Changes in UCH-L1 and GFAP proteins linked to trauma-related brain damage Researchers show that the degrees of two proteins present in blood and cerebrospinal liquid increase significantly at different time points following traumatic brain damage , confirming their potential value while biomarkers of trauma-related brain damage. The researchers linked the changes in circulating UCH-L1 and GFAP proteins in rats to mind injury and neuronal degeneration seen on study of the rat brains and present their results in an content released in Journal of Neurotrauma, a peer-reviewed journal from Mary Ann Liebert, Inc., publishers.Abdominal pain, the predominant symptom in sufferers with CP, is difficult to treat. The primary reason for a generally ineffective medical treatment is that the mechanism of pain in CP is not well comprehended, Pramod Kumar Garg, MD, DM, of the All India Institute of Medical Sciences, New Delhi, and business lead writer of the study, said in a media statement. We are motivated by our findings, as significant improvement was observed with antioxidants according to all the parameters of pain in this study. Furthermore, reduction in pain resulted in fewer man-days lost, thus providing functional work gain to the patients. The results should spur further research in this exciting area.