Omega-3 Fatty Acid Deficiency During Brain Maturation Reduces Neuronal And Behavioral Plasticity In Adulthood.
Authors: Bhatia, Agrawal, Sharma, et al | Publication: PLoS One; December 7, 2011
The Salutary Effects of DHA Dietary Supplementation On Cognition, Neuroplasticity, And Membrane Homeostasis After Brain Trauma.
Authors: Wu, Ying, Gomez-Pinilla | Publication: J Neurotrauma; October, 2011
Differential Effects Of Exercise And Dietary Docosahexaenoic Acid On Molecular Systems Associated With Control Of Allostasis In
The Hypothalamus And Hippocampus.
Authors: BGomez-Pinilla, Ying | Publication: Neuroscience; June 16, 2010
Exercise Contributes To The Effects Of DHA Dietary Supplementation By Acting On Membrane-Related Synaptic Systems.
Authors: Chytrova, Ying, Gomez-Pinilla | Publication: Brain Res; May 13, 2009
Docosahexaenoic Acid Dietary Supplementation Enhances The Effects Of Exercise On Synaptic Plasticity And Cognition.
Authors: Wu, Ying, Gomez-Pinilla | Publication: Neuroscience; August 26, 2008
The Beneficial Effect Of Arctic Omega Liquid And Pro Omega Liquid On Glucose Uptake And Cell Livability In L6 Muscle Cell Line.
Authors: Deyhim, Olivarez | Publication: Diabetes; 2006
Metabolic syndrome' in the brain: deficiency in omega-3 fatty acid exacerbates dysfunctions in insulin receptor signalling and cognition.
Authors: Agrawal, Gomez-Pinill | Publication: J Physiol; May, 2012
High-fat diet transition reduces brain DHA levels associated with altered brain plasticity and behaviour.
Authors: Sharma, Zhuang, Gomez-Pinilla | Publication: Sci Rep; 2012
Dietary therapy to promote neuroprotection in chronic spinal cord injury.
Authors: Holly, Blaskiewicz, Wu, et al | Publication: J Neurosurg Spine; August, 2012
Effects of diet and/or exercise in enhancing spinal cord sensorimotor learning.
Authors: Joseph, Ying, Zhuang, et al | Publication: PLoS One; 2012
Dietary omega-3 deficiency from gestation increases spinal cord vulnerability to traumatic brain injury-induced damage.
Authors: Ying, Feng, Agrawal, et al | Publication: PLoS One; 2012
Vulnerability Imposed By Diet And Brain Trauma For Anxiety-Like Phenotype: Implications For Post-Traumatic Stress Disorders.
Authors: Tyagi, Agrawal, Zhuang, et al | Publication: PLoS One; 2013