Neurophysiology and Rehabilitation



About Journal

Neurophysiology and Rehabilitation is an open access journal maintained by Edelweiss publications. The Journal emphasize in publishing the original scholarly articles related to Neurology and Rehabilitation worldwide.  The journal follows rapid review process with the Eminent Editorial Board. Neurophysiology and Rehabilitation provides a global open access platform for the upcoming researchers to globalize their research.

Neurophysiology and Rehabilitation emphasize in publishing the original scholarly articles related to Neurology and Rehabilitation worldwide.  The journal follows rapid review process with the Eminent Editorial Board.

Scope of the journal

Neurology is the study of disorders related to Nervous system. Neurology deals with their diagnosis and treatment. Neurophysiology is the branch of neuroscience and the physiology of it. It mainly focuses on study related to the functioning of Nervous system.

The neurophysiology is related to different neurosciences like, Electrophysiology, Psychology, Neurobiology, Cognitive science, neuro-anatomy and other Brain Sciences.

Rehabilitation is mainly the science which restores something that is damaged from its former condition. This rehabilitation is of different types, such as; Drug Rehabilitation, Occupational rehabilitation, Physical Therapy, Psychiatric rehabilitation, Physical medicine and Rehabilitation, neuropsychology and many more. Rehabilitation is mostly done for the people suffered with different neural disorders, which help them to move on with their life normally.

Neurophysiology and Rehabilitation Journal publishes all the articles related to neurology, neurophysiology, neurological disorders and the rehabilitation accordingly.Neurophysiology and Rehabilitation covers the topics related to neurology and rehabilitation, which includes: 
Electrophysiology, Psychology, Neurobiology, Cognitive science, neuro-anatomy, Brain Sciences, Drug Rehabilitation, Occupational rehabilitation, Physical Therapy, Psychiatric rehabilitation, Physical medicine and Rehabilitation, neuropsychology, neurology, rehabilitation, neurorehabilitation, neurophysiology, neuropsychiatry, cerebral Ischemia, Brain disorders, regenerative medicine, Cognition, Spinal Cord Injury

Neurophysiology and Rehabilitation publish Research, Review, Short commentary, Case Report, Mini Review related to but not limited to above areas. Author may submit the manuscript at: submission@edelweisspublications.com

Neurophysiology and Rehabilitation publish Research, Review, Short commentary, Case Report, Mini Review related to but not limited to above areas. 

Recent Articles

Neuropharmacological Evaluation of Methanolic Extract from Mercurialis Annua a Plant used in Moroccan Traditional Medicine

Zouhra Doukkali*, Mohamed Amine Boumahdi, EL Houcine Bouidida, Khalid Taghzouti

Abstract

Current therapeutic for the treatment of anxiety is associated with a wild variety of prominent side effects. The traditional use of plant extract to health care can indicate an important source of new pharmaceuticals. In Morocco traditional medicine, the use of Mercurialis annua is commonly recommended for relief of anxiety. Nevertheless, despite its popular use there are no studies related to its possible neuropharmacological effect.

Here, we investigated the possible anxiolytic effect of the extract of M.annua after acute treatment in mice. The methanolic extract from the aerial parts of M.annua (100, 200 or 400 mg/kg) was orally administered, and its anxiolytic effect was evaluated in hole board test, the light–dark box test, and motor coordination with the rota rod test. Diazepam was employed as standard drug 1mg/kg.

The methanolic extract of Ma 100 mg/kg increased the time spent in the brightly-lit chamber of the light/dark box, as well as in the number of times the animal crossed from one compartment to the other. Performance on the rota rod was unaffected. In the hole board test, the extract significantly increased head-dip counts. These results provides support for anxiolytic activity of Mercurialis annua, in line with its medicinal traditional use, and may also suggest a better side-effect profile of Mercurialis annua relative to diazepam. 

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