The role of Δ9-Thc on oxidative stress status of brain and cerebellum in type-2 diabetes
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CitationCoskun ZM, Bolkent S. (2014). The Role Of Δ9-Thc On Oxidative Stress Status Of Brain And Cerebellum In Type-2 Diabetes. 5th International Congress on Cell Membranes and Oxidative Stress: Focus on Calcium Signaling and TRP Channels September 9-12, 2014 Isparta, Tukey.
Diabetes Mellitus is a metabolic disorder characterized by hyperglycemia. The hyperglycemia leads to neuronal damage . The development and progression of diabetes mellitus and its complications are derived from increased oxidative damage . Many studies report that Δ9-THC is protective for neuronal injury in experimental models and exhibits anti-oxidative action [3-5]. In this study, we aimed to explore the curative effect on oxidative stress of Δ9THC in the brain and cerebellum of type-2 diabetic rats.