Nicotinamide and neurocognitive function
University of Sydney, at Royal Prince Alfred Hospital, Camperdown, NSW, Australia, 'university of Sydney, NSW, Australia, Concord Cancer Centre, Concord Hospital, Concord, NSW, Australia, Melanoma Institute Australia, North Sydney, AustraliaGeorge Rennie', Andrew C Chen', Haryana Dhillon, Janette Vardy, Diona L Damian',
Results: Data from animal and human interventional studies and epidemiological research suggests that nicotinamide (B3) may be beneficial in preserving and enhancing neurocognitive function.†
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