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Discordant localization of WFA reactivity and brevican/ADAMTS-derived fragment in rodent brain
BackgroundProteoglycan (PG) in the extracellular matrix (ECM) of the central nervous system (CNS) may act as a barrier for neurite elongation in a growth tract, and regulate other characteristicsExpand
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Panel of synaptic protein ELISAs for evaluating neurological phenotype
The purpose of this study was to develop ELISAs for key neural proteins, three synaptic and one glial, that exist in different intracellular compartments, which would be used as a measure of synapticExpand
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Delayed administration of a matrix metalloproteinase inhibitor limits progressive brain injury after hypoxia-ischemia in the neonatal rat
BackgroundHypoxia-ischemia (H-I) can produce widespread neurodegeneration and deep cerebral white matter injury in the neonate. Resident microglia and invading leukocytes promote lesion progressionExpand
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The effect of hypoxic–ischemic brain injury in perinatal rats on the abundance and proteolysis of brevican and NG2
Oligodendrocyte (OL) progenitor cells are particularly susceptible to perinatal hypoxia/ischemia (H-I) resulting in decreased myelination and attenuated development of white matter fiber tracts.Expand
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Versican and brevican are expressed with distinct pathology in neonatal hypoxic‐ischemic injury
The developing brain is uniquely susceptible to injury after exposure to hypoxia‐ischemia (H‐I). Lecticans are developmentally regulated in formative white matter and exert growth‐inhibitory effectsExpand
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Fracturing and fluid flow in a sub-décollement sandstone; or, a leak in the basement
Crack-seal texture within fracture cements in the Triassic El Alamar Formation, NE Mexico, shows that the fractures opened during precipitation of quartz cements; later, overlapping calcite cementsExpand
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