CA1 Region, Hippocampal

Publication Title: 
Neurochemical Research

The fruit of Terminalia chebula Retz has been used as a traditional medicine in Asia and contains tannic acid, chebulagic acid, chebulinic acid and corilagin. Extract from T. chebula seeds (TCE) has various biological functions. We observed the neuroprotective effects of TCE against ischemic damage in the hippocampal C1 region (CA1) of the gerbil that had received oral administrations of TCE (100 mg/kg) once a day for 7 days before the induction of transient cerebral ischemia.

Author(s): 
Park, Joon Ha
Joo, Han Seung
Yoo, Ki-Yeon
Shin, Bich Na
Kim, In Hye
Lee, Choong Hyun
Choi, Jung Hoon
Byun, Kyunghee
Lee, Bonghee
Lim, Soon Sung
Kim, Myong Jo
Won, Moo-Ho
Publication Title: 
Anesthesia and Analgesia

BACKGROUND: In clinical anesthesia, robust surgical stress occasionally causes unintended light anesthesia during operation. To test the hypothesis that neural input condition could modify actions of general anesthetics as a result of presynaptic alteration in the central nervous system, we investigated the mechanisms by which the stimulus frequency modifies synaptic transmission of the rat hippocampus in the presence of general anesthetics.

Author(s): 
Hirota, Koki
Sasaki, Rika
Roth, Sheldon H.
Yamazaki, Mitsuaki
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