2012 JAN 6 -- Investigators discuss in "Alpha-tocopherol protects against memory impairment caused by L-NAME and modulates the injury marker and blood coagulant parameters" new findings in Hematologic Agents. "Cerebrovascular disease studies have shown similarity between humans and spontaneously hypertensive rats stroke-prone rats in the development of spontaneous stroke and transitory ischemic attacks (TIA). In addition, nitric oxide (NO) suppression by L-arginine methyl ester (L-NAME) can precipitate several vascular diseases including TIA and strokes," scientists in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil report.
"On the other hand, alpha-tocopherol (AT) has been...
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