Anubhuthi Goel

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It is well established that sensory cortices of animals can be modified by sensory experience, especially during a brief early critical period in development. Theoretical analyses indicate that there are two synaptic plasticity mechanisms required: input-specific synaptic modifications and global homeostatic mechanisms to provide stability to neural(More)
Lack of a sensory input not only alters the cortical circuitry subserving the deprived sense, but also produces compensatory changes in the functionality of other sensory modalities. Here we report that visual deprivation produces opposite changes in synaptic function in primary visual and somatosensory cortices in rats, which are rapidly reversed by visual(More)
Proper functioning of the visual system depends on maturation of both excitatory and inhibitory synapses within the visual cortex. Considering that perisomatic inhibition is one of the key factors that control the critical period in visual cortex, it is pertinent to understand its regulation by visual experience. To do this, we developed an(More)
A study was undertaken to investigate the role of in ovo administrated carbohydrates on the expression pattern of growth and immune-related genes. In ovo injections (n = 400) were carried out on the 14th day of incubation into the yolk sac/amnion of the broiler chicken embryos. Expression of growth-related genes: chicken growth hormone (cGH), insulin-like(More)
The antitumorigenic efficacy of tamoxifen, raloxifene, and their combination was evaluated on 4t1 estrogen-positive murine mammary carcinoma cells by determining their ability in breast tumor development in balb/c-J female mice. Each mouse received intraperitoneally 0.1 ml of pbS solvent containing no drug, 12 mg (0.6 mg/kg) of tamoxifen, 36 mg (1.8 mg/kg)(More)
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