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Plantes à potentiel neuroprotecteur, issues des données ethnopharmacologiques

Abstract : Neurodegenerative diseases are a real public health concern. The number of patients stricken has constantly increased over the last decades and will keep going up for the years to come. These pathologies leads to a major impact on the patients that are affected, causing invalidity, dependance, and hospitalization. But this impact is also heavy upon their families. In addition, no curative treatment exists nowadays, partly because of the variety of pathological processes involved and because of their irreversibility. Thus, the early phases of these diseases are increasingly being mentioned as being critical moments where we could possibly protect the brain from the pathological cascade involved. Thereby, a great number of studies have focused interest in the neuroprotective potential of natural substances, among which some are originating from the flora. In this field, ethnopharmacologia, a discipline that studies the traditional remedies, is particularly interesting. Thus, this thesis reviews five plants choosen from ethnopharcological data with putative neuroprotective potential.
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Chloé Jacquemin. Plantes à potentiel neuroprotecteur, issues des données ethnopharmacologiques. Sciences pharmaceutiques. 2020. ⟨dumas-03080529⟩



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