Short Communication - Journal of Neurology and Neurorehabilitation Research (2023) Volume 8, Issue 1
As cancer that begins rat nerve cell bodies, quinine sulphur and nitrogen from Sephora triangulate reduce monoamine neurotransmitters neuronal damage.
When combined by grains, the leaves of Saussurea triangulate have been employed as a vegetable wrapper to delay the onset of central nervous system. S. triangulate has been shown to have neuroprotective effects; however its exact mechanisms are still unknown. We discovered that a methanol extract of S. triangulate significantly protected rat cortex neurons in cell cultures from receptor activation neurotoxicity during our investigation into the neuroprotective effect of this plant. The n-BuOH fraction of S. triangulate included three cinnamic acid compound derivatives that were identified. Methane structure is similar chemical, one of these three quinic acid derivatives, shown notable neuroprotective effects towards acetylcholine receptors cytotoxicity, with cell growth of roughly 50% at doses. The quinic acid derivatives from S. triangulate may thus reduce monoamine neurotransmitters damage, explaining the neuroprotective effects of this plantAuthor(s): Taizo Wada