Browsing Faculty of Health Sciences by Subject "Prenatal infection"
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N-acetyl cysteine reverses bio-behavioural changes induced by prenatal inflammation, adolescent methamphetamine exposure and combined challenges (Springer, 2018)Rationale Schizophrenia is associated with prenatal inflammation and/or postnatal stressors such as drug abuse, resulting in immune-redox dysfunction. Antioxidants may offer therapeutic benefits. Objectives The objective ...