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https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/27137430/n-acetylcysteine-in-depressive-symptoms-and-functionality-a-systematic-review-and-meta-analysis
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Brisa S Fernandes, Olivia M Dean, Seetal Dodd, Gin S Malhi, Michael Berk
OBJECTIVE: To assess the utility of N-acetylcysteine administration for depressive symptoms in subjects with psychiatric conditions using a systematic review and meta-analysis. DATA SOURCES: A computerized literature search was conducted in MEDLINE, Embase, the Cochrane Library, SciELO, PsycINFO, Scopus, and Web of Knowledge. No year or country restrictions were used. The Boolean terms used for the electronic database search were (NAC OR N-acetylcysteine OR acetylcysteine) AND (depression OR depressive OR depressed) AND (trial)...
April 2016: Journal of Clinical Psychiatry
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/27136583/mixture-of-peanut-skin-extract-and-fish-oil-improves-memory-in-mice-via-modulation-of-anti-oxidative-stress-and-regulation-of-bdnf-erk-creb-signaling-pathways
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Lan Xiang, Xue-Li Cao, Tian-Yan Xing, Daisuke Mori, Rui-Qi Tang, Jing Li, Li-Juan Gao, Jian-Hua Qi
Long-term use of fish oil (FO) is known to induce oxidative stress and increase the risk of Alzheimer's disease in humans. In the present study, peanut skin extract (PSE), which has strong antioxidant capacity, was mixed with FO to reduce its side effects while maintaining its beneficial properties. Twelve-week Institute of Cancer Research (ICR) mice were used to conduct animal behavior tests in order to evaluate the memory-enhancing ability of the mixture of peanut skin extract and fish oil (MPF). MPF significantly increased alternations in the Y-maze and cognitive index in the novel object recognition test...
2016: Nutrients
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/26875563/effects-of-sodium-benzoate-treatment-in-combination-with-an-extinction-training-on-the-maintenance-of-cocaine-supported-memory
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Yi-Ni Tsai, Wen-Yu Tzeng, Chianfang G Cherng, Tien You Liao, Hsin-Hua Wu, Jie-Kuan Lin, Lung Yu
Activation of N-methyl-D-aspartate (NMDA) receptor can facilitate the extinction of various maladaptive memories. Sodium benzoate (NaB) has been known to enhance a naturally occurring full agonist on the glycine binding site of the NMDA receptor. This study aimed to test whether systemic NaB treatment can affect the extinction of a cocaine-supported memory, the cocaine-induced conditioned place preference (CPP). Following the establishment of the cocaine (10 mg/kg/conditioning × 3)-induced CPP, an extinction protocol, consisting of two consecutive extinction training bouts at an 8-h interval, was used...
February 29, 2016: Chinese Journal of Physiology
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/25780457/effects-of-vitamins-e-and-c-combined-with-%C3%AE-carotene-on-cognitive-function-in-the-elderly
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Yonghua Li, Shumei Liu, Yigang Man, Ning Li, Y U Zhou
The aim of the present study was to investigate the effect of vitamins E (VE) and C (VC), combined with β-carotene (β-C), on cognitive function in the elderly. A total of 276 elderly subjects completed the prospective study following treatment with VE, VC and different doses of β-C or with VE only. Cognitive function was assessed by the Mini-Mental State Examination (MMSE) and Hasegawa Dementia Scale (HDS) tests. The plasma levels of amyloid-β (Aβ) and estradiol (E2) were determined by radioimmunoassay (RIA)...
April 2015: Experimental and Therapeutic Medicine
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/21531450/the-opioid-growth-factor-ogf-and-low-dose-naltrexone-ldn-suppress-human-ovarian-cancer-progression-in-mice
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Renee N Donahue, Patricia J McLaughlin, Ian S Zagon
OBJECTIVE: The opioid growth factor (OGF) and its receptor, OGFr, serve as a tonically active inhibitory axis regulating cell proliferation in normal cells and a variety of cancers, including human ovarian cancer. Blockade of OGF and OGFr with the nonselective opioid receptor antagonist naltrexone (NTX) upregulates expression of OGF and OGFr. Administration of a low dosage of NTX (LDN) blocks endogenous opioids from opioid receptors for a short period of time (4-6 h) each day, providing a window of 18-20 h for the upregulated opioids and receptors to interact...
August 2011: Gynecologic Oncology
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/18715283/very-low-dose-naltrexone-addition-in-opioid-detoxification-a-randomized-controlled-trial
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Paolo Mannelli, Ashwin A Patkar, Kathi Peindl, David A Gorelick, Li-Tzy Wu, Edward Gottheil
Although current treatments for opioid detoxification are not always effective, medical detoxification remains a required step before long-term interventions. The use of opioid antagonist medications to improve detoxification has produced inconsistent results. Very low dose naltrexone (VLNTX) was recently found to reduce opioid tolerance and dependence in animal and clinical studies. We decided to evaluate safety and efficacy of VLNTX adjunct to methadone in reducing withdrawal during detoxification. In a multi-center, double-blind, randomized study at community treatment programs, where most detoxifications are performed, 174 opioid-dependent subjects received NTX 0...
April 2009: Addiction Biology
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/21415049/enhancing-acupuncture-by-low-dose-naltrexone
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Jan M Keppel Hesselink, David J Kopsky
To find appropriate and effective treatment options for chronic pain syndromes is a challenging task. Multimodal treatment approach has been gaining acceptance for chronic pain. However, combining treatments, such as acupuncture, with rational pharmacology is still in its infancy. Acupuncture influences the opioid and cannabinoid system through releasing endogenous receptor ligands. Low dose naltrexone also acts on both these systems, and upregulates the opioid and cannabinoid receptors. The authors hypothesise that low dose naltrexone could enhance the pain-relieving effect of acupuncture...
June 2011: Acupuncture in Medicine: Journal of the British Medical Acupuncture Society
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/20542391/low-dose-naltrexone-augmentation-of-nicotine-replacement-for-smoking-cessation-with-reduced-weight-gain-a-randomized-trial
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RANDOMIZED CONTROLLED TRIAL
Benjamin A Toll, Marney White, Ran Wu, Boris Meandzija, Peter Jatlow, Robert Makuch, Stephanie S O'Malley
BACKGROUND: Fear of weight gain is a significant obstacle to smoking cessation, preventing some smokers from attempting to quit. Several previous studies of naltrexone yielded promising results for minimization of post-quit weight gain. Given these encouraging findings, we endeavored to test whether minimization of weight gain might translate to better quit outcomes for a population that is particularly concerned about gaining weight upon quitting. METHODS: Smokers (N=172) in this investigation were prospectively randomized to receive either 25 mg naltrexone or placebo for 27 weeks (1 week pre-, 26 weeks post-quit) for minimization of post-quit weight gain and smoking cessation...
October 1, 2010: Drug and Alcohol Dependence
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/24602363/extended-release-naltrexone-injection-is-performed-in-the-majority-of-opioid-dependent-patients-receiving-outpatient-induction-a-very-low-dose-naltrexone-and-buprenorphine-open-label-trial
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Paolo Mannelli, Li-Tzy Wu, Kathleen S Peindl, Marvin S Swartz, George E Woody
BACKGROUND: The approval of extended release injectable naltrexone (XR-NTX; Vivitrol(®)) has introduced a new option for treating opioid addiction, but studies are needed to identify its place within the spectrum of available therapies. The absence of physiological opioid dependence is a necessary and challenging first step for starting XR-NTX. Outpatient detoxification gives poor results and inpatient detoxification is either unavailable or too brief for the physiological effects of opioids to resolve...
May 1, 2014: Drug and Alcohol Dependence
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