Flaxseed Oil as a Neuroprotective Agent on Lead Acetate-Induced Monoamineric Alterations and Neurotoxicity in Rats

@article{Moneim2012FlaxseedOA,
  title={Flaxseed Oil as a Neuroprotective Agent on Lead Acetate-Induced Monoamineric Alterations and Neurotoxicity in Rats},
  author={Ahmed E Abdel Moneim},
  journal={Biological Trace Element Research},
  year={2012},
  volume={148},
  pages={363-370}
}
Lead remains a considerable occupational and public health problem, which is known to cause a number of adverse effects in both man and animals. Here, the neuroprotective effect of flaxseed oil (1,000 mg/kg) on lead acetate (20 mg/kg) induced alternation in monoamines and brain oxidative stress was examined in rats. The levels of lead, dopamine (DA… CONTINUE READING