Migren patogenezinde oksidatif strese duyarlı TRP kanallarının rolleri

@inproceedings{z2016MigrenPO,
  title={Migren patogenezinde oksidatif strese duyarlı TRP kanallarının rolleri},
  author={Ahmi {\"O}z and Abd{\"u}lhadi Cihangir Uğuz},
  year={2016}
}
Gunumuzde Turkiye nufusunun yaklasik olarak %17 sini etkileyen ve halk arasinda yayginligi gittikce artan bir hastalik olan migren tek tarafli bas agrisi ile karakterize edilmektedir. Vucutta fizyolojik sartlarda uretilen oksidan ajanlarla antioksidan molekuller arasindaki dengenin oksidan ajanlar lehine kaymasi oksidatif stres durumudur. Son yillarda sayisi hizla artan calismalarla oksidatif stresin migren patofizyolojisinde de temel rol oynayabilecegi iddiali bir sekilde bildirilmistir. Iyon… 
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