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D-galactose (D-gal), a sugar that exists in the mammalian body, can be converted into glucose by the catalysis of galactose-1-phosphate uridyltransferase and galactokinase. When rising to a abnormally high level, D-gal substantially induces the production of reactive oxygen species through galactose oxidation. In rats, or mice, after receiving a daily injection for 6-12 weeks of 50–200 mg/kg D-gal cognitive deficits, mitochondrial dysfunction and brain oxidative stress will be observed. In addition, chronic injection of D-gal also impairs neurogenesis and induces astrocytes dysfunction in the brain.
Creative Bioarray specializes in providing customized pharmacodynamic research services to help customers assess the efficacy of drug candidates and study the associated pathological mechanisms of brain ageing through D-gal induced model.
Figure.1 Pathological features of D-gal induced model
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Figure. 2 D-galactose (D-gal)-injected rats showed impairments of behavioral performance. (a) Comparison of latencies to platform during 4 training days in water maze test. (b) Percentage of time spent in the target quadrant in the probe test. **P<01 vs control group. Data represent mean±stand deviation from 10 rats per group.
Fig. 3 ChAT immunohistochemistryin the rat forebrain 6 weeks after D-galactose (D-gal) injection. (a) Compared with controls (left panel), the density of ChAT immunoreactive neurons was decreased in the vertical limb of the diagonal band of Broca (VDB) and the medical septum (MS) in D-gal-injected rats (right panel). (b and c) Quantified data for mean number and soma size of ChAT immunoreactive neurons in the VDB and MS in the two groups. *P<0.05 vs. control group. Data represent mean±stand deviation from six rats per group.
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Lei M et al. Chronic systemic injection of D-galactose impairs the septohippocampal cholinergic system in rats. Neuroreport. 2008; 19: 1611-5.