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Alzheimer, mitochondria and gender
A proposed preventive role for Gamma-hydroxybutyrate (XyremR) in Alzheimer’s disease
Mechanisms for the Specific Properties of γ-Hydroxybutyrate in Brain.
Testosterone and estrogen in multiple sclerosis: from pathophysiology to therapeutics
Sex hormone-related neurosteroids differentially rescue bioenergetic deficits induced by amyloid-β or hyperphosphorylated tau protein.
Xanthurenic acid is localized in neurons in the central nervous system.
Allopregnanolone and its analog BR 297 rescue neuronal cells from oxidative stress-induced death through bioenergetic improvement.
Beneficial effects of Gelsemium-based treatment against paclitaxel-induced painful symptoms
Social Isolation in Early versus Late Adolescent Mice Is Associated with Persistent Behavioral Deficits That Can Be Improved by Neurosteroid-Based Treatment
FTY720 controls disease severity and attenuates sciatic nerve damage in chronic experimental autoimmune neuritis
An autophagy-targeting peptide to treat chronic inflammatory demyelinating polyneuropathies
5-HIAA induces neprilysin to ameliorate pathophysiology and symptoms in a mouse model for Alzheimer’s disease
Allopregnanolone and Progesterone in Experimental Neuropathic Pain: Former and New Insights with a Translational Perspective
Novel analogs of allopregnanolone show improved efficiency and specificity in neuroprotection and stimulation of proliferation.
Evidence for effective structure-based neuromodulatory effects of new analogues of neurosteroid allopregnanolone
Behavioral and electromyographic assessment of oxaliplatin-induced motor dysfunctions: Evidence for a therapeutic effect of allopregnanolone.
Protective effect of 4-Phenylbutyrate against proteolipid protein mutation-induced endoplasmic reticulum stress and oligodendroglial cell death
Age-related vulnerability of pattern separation in C57BL/6J mice
TSPO Ligands Boost Mitochondrial Function and Pregnenolone Synthesis
Neurophysiological responses to unpleasant stimuli (acute electrical stimulations and emotional pictures) are increased in patients with schizophrenia.

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