Tsurugaya Project

Green tea consumption and cognitive function: a cross-sectional study from the Tsurugaya Project1–3 Shinichi Kuriyama, Atsushi Hozawa, Kaori Ohmori, Taichi Shimazu, Toshifumi Matsui, Satoru Ebihara, Shuichi Awata,Ryoichi Nagatomi, Hiroyuki Arai, and Ichiro Tsuji ABSTRACT Background: Although considerable experimental and animal evidence shows that green tea may possess potent activities of neuroprotection, neurorescue, and amyloid precursor protein processing that may…

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Green Tea Catechins Iron Chelator

Green tea catechins as brain-permeable, non toxic iron chelators to ‘‘iron out iron’’ from the brain S. Mandel, O. Weinreb, L. Reznichenko, L. Kalfon, T. Amit Eve Topf and US NPF Centers for Neurodegenerative Diseases and Department of Pharmacology, Faculty of Medicine, Technion, Haifa, Israel   J Neural Transm (2006) 71: 249–257 Summary Evidence to link abnormal metal…

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Neurodegenerative Diseases Etiologies with Multimodal-Acting Green Tea Catechins

Targeting Multiple Neurodegenerative Diseases Etiologies with Multimodal-Acting Green Tea Catechins 1,2 Silvia A. Mandel,* Tamar Amit, Limor Kalfon, Lydia Reznichenko, and Moussa B. H. Youdim Eve Topf Center for Neurodegenerative Diseases Research and Department of Pharmacology, Faculty of Medicine, Technion, Haifa, Israel Abstract Green tea is currently considered a source of dietary constituents endowed with biological and pharmacological activities…

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Green tea extract

Green tea extract enhances parieto-frontal connectivity during working memory processing Psychopharmacology (2014) 231:3879–3888 André Schmidt & Felix Hammann & Bettina Wölnerhanssen & Anne Christin Meyer-Gerspach & Jürgen Drewe & Christoph Beglinger & Stefan Borgwardt Received: 7 January 2014 /Accepted: 26 February 2014 /Published online: 19 March 2014 Introduction Recent research indicates that green tea extract or its main ingredients…

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