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Application and underlying mechanism of acupuncture for the nerve repair after peripheral nerve injury: remodeling of nerve system

Application and underlying mechanism of acupuncture for the nerve repair after peripheral nerve injury: remodeling of nerve system

LATEST POST ON THE EBA FORUM Several studies have demonstrated that acupuncture is effective for PNI-induced neurologic deficits, and the potential mechanisms responsible for its effects involve the nervous system remodeling in the process of nerve repair. The...
Acupuncture’s long-term impact on depression prevention in primary dysmenorrhea: A 19-year follow-up of a Taiwan cohort with neuroimmune insights

Acupuncture’s long-term impact on depression prevention in primary dysmenorrhea: A 19-year follow-up of a Taiwan cohort with neuroimmune insights

LATEST POST ON THE EBA FORUM Acupuncture may protect against the development of depression in patients with primary dysmenorrhea. This study provides insight into the potential molecular mechanisms underlying the therapeutic effects of acupuncture in primary...
Sympathetic-Sensory Coupling as a Potential Mechanism for Acupuncture Points Sensitisation

Sympathetic-Sensory Coupling as a Potential Mechanism for Acupuncture Points Sensitisation

LATEST POST ON THE EBA FORUM Increasing studies suggested sympathetic nerve plays a key role in modulating sensory transmission by sprouting or coupling with sensory neuron/nociceptor in the peripheral, forming the functional structure of the sympathetic-sensory...
Acupuncture mitigates chronic unpredictable mild stress-induced depression-like behaviours via Lateral Habenula and Gut-Liver-Brain Axis

Acupuncture mitigates chronic unpredictable mild stress-induced depression-like behaviours via Lateral Habenula and Gut-Liver-Brain Axis

LATEST POST ON THE EBA FORUM Acupuncture prevented and attenuated depression-like phenotype induced by post-chronic unpredictable mild stress, possibly via regulating the nitric oxide/cyclic guanosine monophosphate (NO/cGMP) signaling pathway and thus improving...