Role of MLC901 in increasing neurogenesis in rats with traumatic Brain injury

Rohadi, Muhammad Rosyid and Bambang, Priyanto and Andi, Asadul Islam and Mochammad, Hatta (2020) Role of MLC901 in increasing neurogenesis in rats with traumatic Brain injury. Annals of Medicine and Surgery, 60. pp. 36-40.

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Background: Traumatic brain injury is a dangerous life threatening condition. This study examines the role of MLC901 in increasing neurogenesis. The aim of this study was to demonstrate the role of MLC901 in increasing neuron cell (neurogenesis) in rat with traumatic brain injury using the synaptophysin marker. Methods: The synaptophysin levels were measured as a marker for neuron cell (neurogenesis) of brain nerve cells in Sprague-Dawley rats aged 10–12 weeks, weighing 200–300 g. All rats (n = 10) were performed as traumatic brain injury using The Modified Marmourou Model, then they were divided into 2 group, one group was given MLC901 (n = 5) and the other group was not given MLC901 (n = 5). The synaptophysin levels in both groups were assessed after 6 weeks and also carried out an examination of immnuhistochemical from the brain tissue of both groups. Results: There was an increase in the number of neuron cells as evidenced by synaptophysin ihc staining in the rats given MLC 901 (Neuroaid II) compared to those without MLC 901. Synaptophysin levels were lower in the control group than in the MLC 901 group (81.6, SD: 13.52 vs 118.4, SD: 12.198, p = 0.062). Conclusion: These research suggest that MLC901 can increase neurogenesis in traumatic brain injury and also appeared as synaptophysin antibody that binding to cytoplasm of neuronal cells in the rat brain.

Item Type: Article
Keywords (Kata Kunci): MLC 901 ,Neurogenesis ,IHC Markers ,Synaptophysin ,Traumatic brain injury
Subjects: R Medicine > R Medicine (General)
Divisions: Fakultas Kedokteran
Depositing User: Dr. dr. Rohadi SPBS
Date Deposited: 19 Aug 2021 23:31
Last Modified: 19 Aug 2021 23:31

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