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Parkinson's disease (PD) is characterized by loss of dopaminergic (DAergic) neurons in the substantia nigra pars compacta (SNc). It is widely believed that replacing lost SNc DA neurons is a key to longer-term effective treatment of PD motor symptoms, but generating new SNc DA neurons in PD patients has proven difficult. Following loss of tyrosine… (More)
A method of counterimmunodiffusion using a technique of horizontal micromanipulation is described by which it is possible to detect 1–10 ng protein in 0.3–1.2 μl of test fluid.
BACKGROUND CONTEXT Neural compression associated with lumbar disc herniation is usually managed surgically by microdiscectomy. However, 10 - 20% patients re-present with debilitating back pain and approximately 15% require further surgery. PURPOSE Using an ovine model of microdiscectomy, the present study investigated the relative potential of pentosan… (More)