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    The potential positive effects of coenzyme Q10 on the regeneration of peripheral nerve injury
    Peripheral nerve injuries (PNIs) constitute a significant concern as they predominantly affect young and productive age groups of the population, causing social and economic pressure on patients. PN [...] Read more.
    Ahmed Mead ... Süleyman Kaplan
    Published: June 21, 2024 Explor Neuroprot Ther. 2024;4:288–299
    DOI: https://doi.org/10.37349/ent.2024.00083
    This article belongs to the special issue Peripheral Nerve Regeneration
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    Original Article
    Cognitive-motor interference in multiple sclerosis and healthy controls: results from single, dual, and triple task posturography
    Aim: This article is based on our previous research, which was presented as a poster at the ECTRIMS Congress 2018 and published as a conference abstract (https://www.professionalabstracts.com/ect [...] Read more.
    Patrik Althoff ... Tanja Schmitz-Hübsch
    Published: June 12, 2024 Explor Neuroprot Ther. 2024;4:273–287
    DOI: https://doi.org/10.37349/ent.2024.00082
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    Effect of gardening physical activity on neuroplasticity and cognitive function
    Background: The beneficial effects of gardening as a form of physical activity have garnered growing interest in recent years. This research aimed to evaluate the effect of gardening as a physica [...] Read more.
    Antonio G. Lentoor
    Published: June 05, 2024 Explor Neuroprot Ther. 2024;4:251–272
    DOI: https://doi.org/10.37349/ent.2024.00081
    This article belongs to the special issue Empower Yourself - Physical Activity as Prevention and Rehabilitation of Neurological and Psychiatric Diseases
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    Advances in pharmacogenomics: optimizing antiepileptic drug therapy for drug-resistant epilepsy
    Epilepsy, a complex neurological disorder, is influenced by intricate interactions within cortical, hippocampal, or thalamocortical neuronal networks, presenting a genetically complex condition with [...] Read more.
    Amna Shahid ... Sameen Abbas
    Published: May 28, 2024 Explor Neuroprot Ther. 2024;4:240–250
    DOI: https://doi.org/10.37349/ent.2024.00080
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    Diverse avenues of research support the transmethylation theory of psychosis: implications for neuroprotection
    Transmethylation in the context of psychiatry has historically referred to the enzymatic transfer of a methyl group from one biochemical to another, whose resulting function can change so dramatical [...] Read more.
    Christine L. Miller
    Published: May 15, 2024 Explor Neuroprot Ther. 2024;4:198–239
    DOI: https://doi.org/10.37349/ent.2024.00079
    This article belongs to the special issue Defending the Brain and the Mind: Exploring Neuroprotective Therapies for Mental Health Disorders
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    Cerebral stroke-induced neurogenesis: insights and therapeutic implications
    Stroke, one of the leading causes of global morbidity and mortality, results from disrupted cerebral blood circulation, leads to cellular damage or death. Ischemic stroke, the predominant subtype, r [...] Read more.
    Mydhili Radhakrishnan ... Sumana Chakravarty
    Published: April 26, 2024 Explor Neuroprot Ther. 2024;4:172–197
    DOI: https://doi.org/10.37349/ent.2024.00078
    This article belongs to the special issue Intervention of Neuroimmune Responses
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    Lifetime stressors relate to invisible symptoms of multiple sclerosis
    Aim: Childhood stressors can increase adult stress perception and may accumulate over the lifespan to impact symptoms of multiple sclerosis (MS). Growing evidence links childhood stressors (e.g., [...] Read more.
    Carri S. Polick ... Sarah A. Stoddard
    Published: April 22, 2024 Explor Neuroprot Ther. 2024;4:158–171
    DOI: https://doi.org/10.37349/ent.2024.00077
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    Neuronal plasticity in dorsal root ganglia following sciatic nerve injury
    It is widely known that each tissue has unique mechanisms to respond to injury and maintain homeostasis effectively. Although peripheral nerves have limited regeneration capacity, they conduct a com [...] Read more.
    Burcu Delibaş ... Süleyman Kaplan
    Published: April 17, 2024 Explor Neuroprot Ther. 2024;4:148–157
    DOI: https://doi.org/10.37349/ent.2024.00076
    This article belongs to the special issue Peripheral Nerve Regeneration
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    Biomarkers in neurodegenerative diseases: a broad overview
    Degeneration and dysfunction of neurons in the brain are hallmarks of neurodegenerative diseases. Over the past decades, significant efforts have been devoted to the development and validation of bi [...] Read more.
    Sathish Selvam, Velpandi Ayyavoo
    Published: April 16, 2024 Explor Neuroprot Ther. 2024;4:119–147
    DOI: https://doi.org/10.37349/ent.2024.00075
    This article belongs to the special issue The Future of Biomarkers in CNS Diseases
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    “Vitaction” deficiency: a possible root cause for multiple lifestyle disorders including Alzheimer’s disease
    Behavioural environment and behavioural responses of an individual are known to affect multiple aspects of physiology including neuroendocrine and growth factor signalling, angiogenesis, stem cell d [...] Read more.
    Milind Watve, Ashwini Keskar Sardeshmukh
    Published: April 07, 2024 Explor Neuroprot Ther. 2024;4:108–118
    DOI: https://doi.org/10.37349/ent.2024.00074
    This article belongs to the special issue The Urgent Need for New Hypotheses to Develop Effective Therapeutic Tools Against Alzheimer's Disease
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