Insight into potential mechanisms of hypobaric hypoxia–induced learning and memory deficit – Lessons from rat studies

EYA Qaid, R Zakaria, SF Sulaiman, NA Mohd Yusof, N Shafin, Z Othman, AH Ahmad, CB Abd Aziz
  • Human & Experimental Toxicology, January 2017, SAGE Publications
  • DOI: 10.1177/0960327116689714

What is it about?

This paper highlights the possible mechanism of hypoxia-induced learning and memory deficits, focusing on rat models.

Why is it important?

Summarizes the available studies on the effects of normobaric and hypobaric hypoxia in rats

Perspectives

Rahimah Zakaria
Universiti Sains Malaysia

Our research team are interested to investigate the mechanisms of action of honey in ameliorating the hypoxia-induced learning and memory deficits in rats

Entesar Yaseen Abdo Qaid
Universiti Sains Malaysia

Our research team are interested to evaluate the the potential mechanism of Tualang honey in improving brain oxidative stress status, neuronal morphology and subsequent cognitive function in adult male rat exposed to continous normobaric hypoxia

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http://dx.doi.org/10.1177/0960327116689714

The following have contributed to this page: Rahimah Zakaria, Entesar Yaseen Abdo Qaid, and Zahiruddin Othman