On the protective effect of omega-3 against propionic acid-induced neurotoxicity in rat pups

@inproceedings{ElAnsary2011OnTP,
  title={On the protective effect of omega-3 against propionic acid-induced neurotoxicity in rat pups},
  author={Afaf El-Ansary and Sooad K Al-Daihan and Amina R El-Gezeery},
  booktitle={Lipids in Health and Disease},
  year={2011}
}
The investigation of the environmental contribution for developmental neurotoxicity is very important. Many environmental chemical exposures are now thought to contribute to the development of neurological disorders, especially in children. Results from animal studies may guide investigations of human populations toward identifying environmental contaminants and drugs that produce or protect from neurotoxicity and may help in the treatment of neurodevelopmental disorders. To study the… CONTINUE READING

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