Serum insulin-like growth factor I and ischemic brain injury.

@article{Endres2007SerumIG,
  title={Serum insulin-like growth factor I and ischemic brain injury.},
  author={Matthias Endres and Joaquin Piriz and Karen Gertz and Christoph Harms and Andreas Meisel and Golo Kronenberg and Ign{\'a}cio Torres-Aleman},
  journal={Brain research},
  year={2007},
  volume={1185},
  pages={328-35}
}
Serum insulin-like growth factor I (IGF-I), which is mostly produced by the liver, has recently been shown to have the unexpected ability to modulate normal brain function as well as brain response to injury. Moreover, serum IGF-I levels are modified in many brain diseases, including stroke. However, whether these modifications are related to the disease process remains uncertain. We now examined a potential relationship between serum IGF-I and ischemic brain injury after middle cerebral artery… CONTINUE READING

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Moreover , serum IGF - I levels are modified in many brain diseases , including stroke .
Moreover , serum IGF - I levels are modified in many brain diseases , including stroke .
Moreover , serum IGF - I levels are modified in many brain diseases , including stroke .
Moreover , serum IGF - I levels are modified in many brain diseases , including stroke .
Serum insulin - like growth factor I ( IGF - I ) , which is mostly produced by the liver , has recently been shown to have the unexpected ability to modulate normal brain function as well as brain response to injury .
We now examined a potential relationship between serum IGF - I and ischemic brain injury after middle cerebral artery occlusion ( MCAo ) and reperfusion in mice with either high or low serum IGF - I levels prior to insult .
Serum insulin - like growth factor I ( IGF - I ) , which is mostly produced by the liver , has recently been shown to have the unexpected ability to modulate normal brain function as well as brain response to injury .
No overall effect of IGF - I treatment on IGF family mRNA expression in the brain was observed .
Serum insulin - like growth factor I ( IGF - I ) , which is mostly produced by the liver , has recently been shown to have the unexpected ability to modulate normal brain function as well as brain response to injury .
We now examined a potential relationship between serum IGF - I and ischemic brain injury after middle cerebral artery occlusion ( MCAo ) and reperfusion in mice with either high or low serum IGF - I levels prior to insult .
Serum insulin - like growth factor I ( IGF - I ) , which is mostly produced by the liver , has recently been shown to have the unexpected ability to modulate normal brain function as well as brain response to injury .
No overall effect of IGF - I treatment on IGF family mRNA expression in the brain was observed .
Serum insulin - like growth factor I ( IGF - I ) , which is mostly produced by the liver , has recently been shown to have the unexpected ability to modulate normal brain function as well as brain response to injury .
No overall effect of IGF - I treatment on IGF family mRNA expression in the brain was observed .
Serum insulin - like growth factor I ( IGF - I ) , which is mostly produced by the liver , has recently been shown to have the unexpected ability to modulate normal brain function as well as brain response to injury .
We now examined a potential relationship between serum IGF - I and ischemic brain injury after middle cerebral artery occlusion ( MCAo ) and reperfusion in mice with either high or low serum IGF - I levels prior to insult .
Moreover , serum IGF - I levels are modified in many brain diseases , including stroke .
Moreover , serum IGF - I levels are modified in many brain diseases , including stroke .
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