The Possible Protective Effect of Mefenamic Acid , Taurine , Soy-Phytoestrogen Extract Against Scopolamine-induced Alzheimer Disease in Rat .

  • Suzan F. I. El-Sisi


Background: This study was conducted in a trial to counteract the perturbations induced in the rat brain by scopolamine (scop) and may represent risk factors in the progress to Alzheimer's disease (AD). Mefenamic acid, (a non steroidal anti-inflammatory drug; NSAID), soy-phytoestrogen extract (a plant soy bean), and taurine (tau, a free ß-amino acid and… (More)


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