CHOLINERGIC EFFECTS OF SAGE (SALVIA OFFICINALIS L.) LEAVES

Başar ALTINTERİM
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Öğrenme, bellek ve dikkat gibi algısal işlevler ön beyin tabanındaki kolinerjik nöronlarla ilişkilidir. Ön beyin tabanındaki kolinerjik sistemin öğrenmedeki rolü çok tartışılmıştır. Yakın zamanlarda yapılan çalışmalar genel öğrenmede ve hafıza mekanizmasında ön beyin tabanındaki kolinerjik sisteminin etkin bir rolü olduğunu desteklemektedir. Salvia ofŞcinalis L. (adaçayı) yaprakları iyi bir antioksidan olarak bilinir. Beyin fonksiyon bozukluğu, kanser, kalp hastalıkları ve immün sistem zayıflığı, serbest radikallerin neden olduğu hücresel yıkım gibi çoğu dejeneratif hastalıklarda kullanımı tavsiye edilmektedir. Diyetle alınması hastalıkların engellenmesinde bir antioksidan olarak önemli bir rol oynayabilir

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Adaçayı, asetilkolin, kolinerjik etki

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.18185/eufbed.25846

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