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Minocycline Synergizes with N-Acetylcysteine and Improves Cognition and Memory Following Traumatic Brain Injury in Rats

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MINO or MINO plus NAC prevented IL-1β formation when administered before moderate CCI.

Rats were dosed with saline, MINO, NAC or both drugs 3 hours prior to sham- or moderate CCI. The rats were sacrificed one hour after surgery; and IL-1β and tubulin levels were assayed from protein extracts prepared from hippocampus. Panel A, Representative Il-1β and tubulin immunoblot analysis, Panel B, Summary of immunoblot analysis.

Figure 5