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Sedighi S, Nasiri B, Alipoor R, MoradiKor N. Modulation of 6-Gingerolin Antidepressant-like Effects in Mice Model. GMJM 2024; 3 (2) :59-63
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1- Tehran Medical Branch, Islamic Azad University, Tehran, Iran
2- Lorestan University of Medical Sciences, Khorramabad, Iran
3- Hormozgan University of Medical Sciences, Bandar Abbas, Iran
4- International Center for Neuroscience Research, Institute for Intelligent Research, Tbilisi, Georgia
* Corresponding Author Address: International Center for Neuroscience Research, Institute for Intelligent Research, Tbilisi, Georgia. (moradikor.nasroallah@yahoo.com)
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Aims: It has been reported that ginger is involved in serotonergic system. It seems that ginger effect could be attributed to its active compound or gingerol. The present study was conducted to evaluate the effects of gingerol on antidepressant-like effects by investigation of serotonergic system in mice model.
Materials & Methods: In an experimental design, following pilot study and selection of doses, mice were divided into 4 groups. Receptor antagonists were injected, gingerol was administrated and a trial suspension test was conducted.
Findings: Gingerol could induce antidepressant-like effect (p<0.001), without induction of changes in spontaneous locomotor activity in the open-field test. Pretreatment of mice with pCPA (preventor of serotonin synthesis), WAY100135 (receptor antagonist), ketanserin (5HT2A receptor antagonist), and cyproheptadine (5HT2 receptor antagonist) prevented the antidepressant-like effect induced by the gingerol (p<0.05).
Conclusion: Gingerol is involved in antidepressant-like effects through serotonergic system in mice model.
 
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