Journal of Neurodegenerative Diseases & Treatment (JNDT) is multidisciplinary peer-reviewed, open access journal that publishes original research articles, review articles, and clinical studies related to all aspects of neurodegenerative diseases latest treatment techniques.

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RECENT ARTICLES
MYXOFIBROSARCOMA of the Subglottis - A Rare Case Report
Larynx is an essential midline structure situated at the meeting point of digestive and respiratory passage in the neck. As it is a composite Osseo-fibro cartilaginous structure, it comprises of various cell types. Laryngeal cancers are an important ...
Characteristics of the Production of Extracellularly Secreted Substances and the Removal of Gaseous Toluene by Microorganisms Cultivated with Gaseous Toluene as a Substrate
We conducted a basic study on the influence of substances extracellularly secreted by microorganisms on gas removal by microorganisms. Toluene-degrading bacteria were the target microorganisms, which were cultured in inorganic liquid culture media u...
Application of Box Behken Design and Mixture Design to Produce a Probiotic Kefir Fortified With Chia, Oats and Dried Fig: Investigation of Antibacterial Properties with Sterilized Cow, Goat and Camel Milk
Kefir with probiotics has a variety of advantages, including the ability to fight against various diseases. This study investigated the effect of prebiotics (Chia, oats and dried fig) on the quality of a beverage fermented by kefir in sterilized milk...
How to Manage the End of Life. An International Perspective
This paper aims to explore the diverse strategies employed by various countries in managing end-of- life care. It examines the interplay between the State, the marketplace, and the family in navigating this critical phase of the human lifecycle. The...
Biodecolorization of Azo Dye Reactive Red 220 in Real Textile Wastewater by Active Consortium: Process Optimization Using Mixture Design Model and Toxicity Assessment
Azo dyes are an important category of recalcitrant xenobiotics, which are difficult to degrade in cold environments. In this study, three adapted bacteria, isolated from textile wastewater and kefir, were used for developing active consortium able to...
Mini Review on Adequate Management of Rib Fractures in Elderly Patients Victims of Blunt Chest Trauma to Prevent Pulmonary Infectious Complications. A Practical Guide for Emergency and Intensive Care Physicians
Many patients are victims of blunt chest trauma every day. In approximately 50 % of blunt chest traumas, rib fractures occur. This type of injury can generate many complications related to changes in lung function, such as pain and infections, especi...