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Title Homocystene and human astrocytes
Authors Škovierova, H.
Mahmood, S.
Blahovcova, E.
Strnadel, J.
Sopkova, J.
Halašova, E.
Keywords гомоцистеїн
гомоцистеин
homocysteine
астроцити
астроциты
astrocytes
Type Conference Papers
Date of Issue 2016
URI http://essuir.sumdu.edu.ua/handle/123456789/44950
Publisher Сумський державний університет
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Citation Homocystene and human astrocytes [Текст] / H. Skovierova, S. Mahmood, E. Blahovcova et al. // Актуальні питання теоретичної та практичної медицини : збірник тез доповідей ІV Міжнародної науково-практичної конференції студентів та молодих вчених, м. Суми, 21-22 квітня 2016 р. / Н.В. Деміхова. — Суми : СумДУ, 2016. — Т.1. — P. 52.
Abstract Astrocytes are multipotent and serve surprisingly large and diverse variety of functions, providing for the overall brain homeostasis, assisting in neurogenesis, determining the microarchitecture of the grey matter, and defending the brain through evolutionary conserved astrogliosis programs. Astrocytes are specifically involved in various neurodegenerative diseases, including Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s diseases, and various forms of dementia. Homocysteine is a nonessential sulphur-containing amino acid that had been linked with neurodegenerative diseases and aging.
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