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The Neuroprotective Effects of Thymoquinone: A Review
Preparation of propylene carbonate catalyzed by ionic liquid. Efficient synthesis of new 3-aminocyanothiophene derivatives. Salwa E. El-Meligie , Nadia A.
Thymoquinone TQ , one of the main components active of Nigella sativa , exhibited very useful biomedical effects such as anti-inflammatory, antioxidant, antimicrobial, antiparasitic, anticancer, hypoglycemic, antihypertensive, and antiasthmatic effects. There are several studies about pharmacological activities of TQ but its neuroprotection effects are not fully described. The literature search has indicated many studies pertaining to the effects of TQ in neurological problems such as epilepsy, parkinsonism, anxiety, and improvement of learning and memory, and so on. In addition, TQ protected brain cells from various injuries due to its antioxidant, anti-inflammatory, and apoptotic effects in cell line and experimental animal models.