The Potential for Plant Derivatives against Acrylamide Neurotoxicity

@article{Adewale2015ThePF,
  title={The Potential for Plant Derivatives against Acrylamide Neurotoxicity},
  author={Olusegun Obadina Adewale and James Michael Brimson and Oyeronke Adunni Odunola and Michael Adedapo Gbadegesin and Solomon Eduviere Owumi and Ciro Isidoro and Tewin Tencomnao},
  journal={Phytotherapy Research},
  year={2015},
  volume={29},
  pages={978 - 985}
}
Certain industrial chemicals and food contaminants have been demonstrated to possess neurotoxic activity and have been suspected to cause brain‐related disorders in humans. Acrylamide (ACR), a confirmed neurotoxicant, can be found in trace amount in commonly consumed human aliments as a result of food processing or cooking. This discovery aroused a great concern in the public, and increasing efforts are continuously geared towards the resolution of this serious threat. The broad chemical… Expand
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