- Hyperactive somatostatin interneurons contribute to excitotoxicity in
- Using TDP-43A315T mice, an ALS and FTD model with marked cortical pathology, we found that hyperactive somatostatin interneurons disinhibited layer 5 pyramidal neurons (L5-PNs) and contributed to their excitotoxicity. Focal ablation of somatostatin ...
- Treatment with a Ginkgo biloba extract, EGb 761, inhibits excitotoxicity in an
- Abstract: Spinocerebellar ataxia type 17 (SCA 17) is a polyglutamine disease caused by the expansion of CAG/CAA repeats in the TATA box-binding protein (TBP) gene. The Ginkgo biloba extract, EGb 761, contains flavonoids and terpenoids with a potential ...
- A Cortical Neuron Circuit Overloads in ALS Model Mice
- Excitotoxicity is a well-known culprit in the demise of motor neurons in ALS. In fact, the only FDA-approved treatment for the disease, riluzole, works by preventing the release of excess glutamate, which becomes excitotoxic.
- Exercise Benefits The Brain; Waste Product From Working Out Protects Neurons
- When one of these types of trauma occurs, a process called excitotoxicity is prompted.
- Antibiotics Underrecognized Cause of Delirium
- Antibiotic toxicity can represent an unrecognized cause of delirium in hospital patients, with manifestations observed in three distinct phenotypes, new research shows.
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