CARNOSIC A CARNOSIC ACID DIFFEREN CID DIFFERENTIALLY MODUL Y MODULATES THE NRF2- TES THE NRF2- ANTIOXIDANT RESPONSE IN M T RESPONSE IN MALE AND FEM ALE AND FEMALE MICE ALE MICE FOLLOWING EXPERIMEN OWING EXPERIMENTAL TRAUMATIC BRAIN INJUR TIC BRAIN INJURY

Jacob Dunkerson
Traumatic brain injury (TBI) is a leading cause of death and disability in the United States. Each year, an estimated 2.8 million Americans are diagnosed with a TBI due to falling, motor vehicle collisions, gun violence, and sports related concussions. Although inflicted by a single event, the post-traumatic effects of TBI often develop into a life-long disease. Survivors often experience cognitive decline, memory loss, emotional instability, changes in personality, and physical disabilities. A single TBI,...
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