Neurosteroid definition

DHEA is transformed into DHEA-S by sulfation at the C3β position via the sulfotransferase enzymes SULT2A1 and to a lesser extent SULT1E1 . [40] [50] [51] This occurs naturally in the adrenal cortex and during first-pass metabolism in the liver and intestines when exogenous DHEA is administered orally. [ citation needed ] Levels of DHEA-S in circulation are approximately 250 to 300 times those of DHEA. [19] DHEA-S in turn can be converted back into DHEA in peripheral tissues via steroid sulfatase (STS). [52] [53]

The attention impairments in MHE are observed on a variety of measures. These include measures of cognitive processing speed involving psychomotor responding, such as the Number Connection tests (NCT), block design test (BDT),the Digit Symbol test (DST), line drawing test, circle-dotting test, serial-dotting test, figure connection test. Impairments on measures of cognitive processing speed and response inhibition that do not require a motor response have also been reported (., with verbal fluency tasks and measures such Stroop test). 22,23 Visuospatial impairments have been primarily reported on block design tasks (which also include a motor/practic component), but also on more pure measures of visuospatial perception, such as line orientation or the Hooper test. Fine motor skill impairments have been noted on measures such as the grooved pegboard task, and on line tracing tasks (the latter also involve visuospatial abilities). 24

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