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The neurosis-like state developing as a result of chronic stress in animals and accompanied by transient cerebral hypoxia can lead to significant impairments to many brain structures. The effects of the humoral components of the stress reaction on the brain are mediated by both extra- and intracellular signal pathways, among which nitric oxide (NO) is of(More)
Identification of the mechanisms of damage to neurons is an important task in contemporary neuroscience and is of enormous importance in medicine. This report compares two models of neuron damage due to hyperexcitation induced by kainic acid and pilocarpine, using two lines of mice, C57BL/6J and FVB/NJ. Neuron damage was more marked in FVB mice, though(More)
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