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Tocopherol and Vitamin C) before and following CHI will help to resolve this issue. In conclusion the present animal model studies suggest that apoE plays an important role in neuronal repair and that these neuroprotective effects may be due, at least in part, to apoE related antioxidative mechanisms. Further identification of the specific brain antioxidants whose levels are affected by apoE in conjunction with in vitro studies of the antioxidative capacity of distinct apoE isoforms are expected to contribute to our understanding of the role of antioxidative mechanisms in the neuroprotective capacity of apoE both in model systems and in AD.

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