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  It is possible that increased UA levels are a trait marker of higher vulnerability to bipolar disorder, and are even more increased during mania (mostly in the first manic episode of drug-naïve patients). (({{pubmed>​long:​25462413}}))  ​  It is possible that increased UA levels are a trait marker of higher vulnerability to bipolar disorder, and are even more increased during mania (mostly in the first manic episode of drug-naïve patients). (({{pubmed>​long:​25462413}}))  ​
  
-magnetic resonance imaging confirms that hyperuricemia in rats and humans are associated with gliosis in the hippocampus (({{pubmed>​long:​27798180}}))+magnetic resonance imaging confirms that hyperuricemia in rats and humans are associated with gliosisin the hippocampus (({{pubmed>​long:​27798180}}))
  
  
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 The current study provides novel evidence that brain function varies with baseline uric acid level. Specifically,​ these results demonstrate that uric acid is associated with a greater hippocampal response to psychosocial stress. (({{pubmed>​long:​27725214}}))  ​ The current study provides novel evidence that brain function varies with baseline uric acid level. Specifically,​ these results demonstrate that uric acid is associated with a greater hippocampal response to psychosocial stress. (({{pubmed>​long:​27725214}}))  ​
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 +* Astrocytes perform many functions, including biochemical support of endothelial cells that form the blood–brain barrier, provision of nutrients to the nervous tissue, maintenance of extracellular ion balance, and a role in the repair and scarring process of the brain and spinal cord following traumatic injuries. Astrocytes are a type of glial cells and they hold various roles, mostly supporting neurons.
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