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Effect of taurine on chronic and acute liver injury: Focus on blood and brain ammonia.
Cytoprotective effects of taurine against toxicity induced by isoniazid and hydrazine in isolated rat hepatocytes.
Sulfasalazine-induced renal and hepatic injury in rats and the protective role of taurine.
The nephroprotective properties of taurine in colistin-treated mice is mediated through the regulation of mitochondrial function and mitigation of oxidative stress.
Taurine treatment preserves brain and liver mitochondrial function in a rat model of fulminant hepatic failure and hyperammonemia.
Brain mitochondria as potential therapeutic targets for managing hepatic encephalopathy.
Mitigation of Methimazole-Induced Hepatic Injury by Taurine in Mice.
Taurine Treatment Provides Neuroprotection in a Mouse Model of Manganism.
Ameliorative effects of taurine against methimazole-induced cytotoxicity in isolated rat hepatocytes.
Taurine prevents mitochondrial membrane permeabilization and swelling upon interaction with manganese: Implication in the treatment of cirrhosis-associated central nervous system complications.
Ammonia-induced mitochondrial dysfunction and energy metabolism disturbances in isolated brain and liver mitochondria, and the effect of taurine administration: relevance to hepatic encephalopathy treatment.
Taurine supplementation abates cirrhosis-associated locomotor dysfunction.