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Clinical review: Ketones and brain injury
Neuroprotective effects of ketones
Neuroprotection is the mechanisms and strategies that, once implemented, may lead to salvage, recovery or regeneration of the nervous system. Ketones may have a neuroprotective effect (see Figure Figure1).1). Ketones represent an alternative fuel for both the normal and the injured brain .
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