Postnatal dietary supplementation with either gangliosides or choline: effects on spatial short-term memory in artificially-reared rats.

@article{Wainwright2007PostnatalDS,
  title={Postnatal dietary supplementation with either gangliosides or choline: effects on spatial short-term memory in artificially-reared rats.},
  author={Patricia E. Wainwright and Anna M. Lomanowska and Dawn McCutcheon and Eek Joong Park and Michael Thomas Clandinin and K. Srinivasa Ramanujam},
  journal={Nutritional neuroscience},
  year={2007},
  volume={10 1-2},
  pages={
          67-77
        }
}
This study addressed the hypothesis that dietary supplementation with either gangliosides or choline during the brain growth spurt would enhance short-term spatial memory. Male Long-Evans rats were reared artificially from postnatal days (PD) 5-18 and were fed diets containing either (i) choline chloride 1250 mg/l (CHL), (ii) choline chloride 250 mg/l and GD3 24 mg/l (GNG) or (iii) choline chloride 250 mg/l (STD). A fourth group (SCK) was reared normally. Rats were weaned onto AIN 93G diet and… CONTINUE READING

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