Trehalose Inhibits Neuronal Death

Protein aggregation plays a role in neuronal death. This happens when either ischemia or oxygen glucose deprivation occurs in the brain. Ischemia is a clinical outcome related to cardiac arrest, cardiopulmonary bypass surgery, and other situations that deprive oxygen and glucose to the brain for a short period of time. This temporary deprivation can result in neurological disorder involving an almost total disruption of short-term memory and the inability to access older memories. Trehalose can protect against memory loss.

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