Effects of Riluzole on Nr2B subunits of NMDA receptors in rat migraine model
Migraine, a major public health problem, occurring due to the consequences of serial changes in the nerve ganglion leading to an imbalance in the excitation and inhibition. The is the major neurotransmitter in the central nervous system, causing to the sensory neurons leading to sensitization and . The present study was done to determine the effects of on the Nr2B of NMDA receptors after inducing a migraine. The rats were treated with after inducing migraine with nitroglycerin 10mg/kg. The nitroglycerin treated rats showed intense staining for NR2B , and there was a decrease in the expression after treatment. This study concludes that the NR2B are during migraine and can be used to control those by its property.
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