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Effects of Taurine acute intake on cortical excitability and post-exercise facilitation: a TMS study.

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Summary of "Effects of Taurine acute intake on cortical excitability and post-exercise facilitation: a TMS study."

Taurine (TAU) is one of the most abundant amino acids in the brain. It has many important physiological functions. The effects of TAU supplementation on brain function need to be further characterized in humans. The purpose of this study was to investigate whether a single dose of Taurine (TAU) intake would modulate corticospinal excitability and post-exercise facilitation (PEF) of the motor evoked potentials (MEP).

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Name: Behavioural brain research
ISSN: 1872-7549
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