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Hydrogen protects mice from radiation induced thymic lymphoma

In Animal studies, Cancer by CHESS

Ionizing radiation (IR) is a well-known carcinogen, however the mechanism of radiation induced thymic lymphoma is not well known. Moreover, an easy and effective method to protect mice from radiation induced thymic lymphoma is still unknown. Hydrogen, or H(2), is seldom regarded as an important agent in medical usage, especially as a therapeutic gas. Here in this study, we found …

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Hydrogen is neuroprotective against surgically induced brain injury

In Animal studies, Nervous system by CHESS

Neurosurgical operations cause unavoidable damage to healthy brain tissues. Direct surgical injury as well as surgically induced oxidative stress contributes to the subsequent formation of brain edema. Therefore, we tested the neuroprotective effects of hydrogen (H2) in an established surgical brain injury (SBI) model in rats. Adult male Sprague – Dawley rats (weight 300-350g) were divided into three groups to …

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Drinking hydrogen water ameliorated cognitive impairment in senescence-accelerated mice

In Animal studies, Nervous system by CHESS

Hydrogen has been reported to have neuron protective effects due to its antioxidant properties, but the effects of hydrogen on cognitive impairment due to senescence-related brain alterations and the underlying mechanisms have not been characterized. In this study, authors investigated the efficacy of drinking hydrogen water for prevention of spatial memory decline and age-related brain alterations using senescence-accelerated prone mouse …