A. D. Vorob'eva

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In the brain stem of 30-day-old kittens three types of Golgi-stained neurons are distinguished: sparsely branched reticular neurons, densely branched arborescent neurons and multipolar giant neurons (according to the classification by Leontovich). Implication of the new method of computer morphometry permits obtaining formalized characteristics of 23(More)
The authors conducted a study of the quantitative content of amino acids in the blood serum of patients with initial and expressed organic neuro-psychic disorders of a vascular genesis and in a group of normals of the same age. In patients with initial organic syndromes the content of cystin-cystein and treonine in the blood serum increased. In patients(More)
Golgi preparations of cervical part of the spinal cord were used to study sparely and densely branching neurons of lamina VII, sparely and densely branching neurons of lamina VIII and large densely branching motor neurons of lamina IX in 30-day kittens developing under the conditions of limited reticulospinal input. Limitation was induced by(More)
Divergence in the orientation of reticular brainstem neuronal dendrites was demonstrated using computerized morphometric techniques in Golgi preparations of 30-day-old kitten brain following oral deafferentation produced by uni- or bilateral severing of the lingual nerve. Less dense distribution of dendritic segments oriented towards the vestibular nuclei(More)
Deviations in orientation of dendrites in neurons of the reticular brainstem nuclei are demonstrated in the Golgi preparations of the brain of 30-day old kittens by means of the computerized morphometry. Changes in the density of dendrite orientation occurring after bilateral and unilateral lingual nerve section are considered with respect to the following(More)