Curcumin Protects Neuron against Cerebral Ischemia-Induced Inflammation through Improving PPAR-Gamma Function

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Liu, Zun-Jing; Liu, Wei; Liu, Lei; Xiao, Cheng; Wang, Yu; Jiao, Jing-Song;

Cerebral ischemia is the most common cerebrovascular disease worldwide. Recent studies have demonstrated that curcumin had beneficial effect to attenuate cerebral ischemic injury. However, it is unclear how curcumin protects against cerebral ischemic injury. In the pres... View more
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