Mini Review - Journal of Translational Research (2022) Volume 6, Issue 4
Carbon nanotubes-induced neurotoxicity in mice through inhibition of oxidation and analysis of the long non-coding RNA and mRNA.
Neurotoxicity is thought to be one of the causes of lidocaine-associated neurological complications; in any case, the components basic lidocaine-related neurotoxicity is still hazy. Long non-coding RNAs (lncRNAs) are novel go between of neurotoxicity, and their part in lidocaine-induced neurotoxicity has to be investigated. Here, we set up a rodent demonstrate of lidocaine-induced neurotoxicity by means of the monotonous intrathecal organization of 10% lidocaine. From that point, microarray and bioinformatics examinations were performed to assess the changes in lncRNA and mRNA expression profiles within the lumbar spinal rope of the treated rats. Switch transcription-quantitative polymerase chain response (RT-qPCR) was moreover utilized for confirmation.Author(s): Zhong Sun