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Myelination in the human hippocampal formation from midgestation to adulthood
Myelination, one of the last steps of neuronal development, was examined in the human fetal and postnatal hippocampal formation using immunohistochemistry to detect a protein component of the myelinExpand
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Correlation of prenatal clinical findings with those observed in fetal autopsies: pathological approach
Our objective was to present a comprehensive description of the clinicopathological findings of 173 abortions, including 121 therapeutic and 52 spontaneous ones in the period between 1992 and 1998.Expand
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Ontogeny of calbindin immunoreactivity in the human hippocampal formation with a special emphasis on granule cells of the dentate gyrus
Calbindin (CB) is a calcium‐binding protein that is present in principal cells as well as in interneurons of the hippocampal formation of various species including humans. Studies with transgenicExpand
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Impaired myelination of the human hippocampal formation in Down syndrome
Myelination is considered as one of the last steps of neuronal development and is essential to the physiologically matured function of afferent and efferent pathways. In the present study, myelinExpand
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Unaltered development of the archi- and neocortex in prematurely born infants: genetic control dominates in proliferation, differentiation and maturation of cortical neurons.
The development of cerebral cortex includes highly organized, elaborate and long-lasting series of events, which do not come to an end by the time of birth. Indeed, many developmental events continueExpand
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[Parvovirus B19 infection in hydrops fetalis].
In a retrospective study from 210 foetal autopsies carried out in a period between 1992 and 1999 fifteen hydropic foetuses were found. The cause of the hydrops was shown to be Rh incompatibility inExpand
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Investigation of pituitary adenylate cyclase activating polypeptide in human gynecological and other biological fluids by using MALDI TOF mass spectrometry.
Pituitary adenylate cyclase activating polypeptide (PACAP) is a multifunctional and pleiotropic neuropeptide. PACAP has diverse effects in the endocrine system, among others, it plays important rolesExpand
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Distribution of maternal age and birth order groups in cases with unclassified multiple congenital abnormalities according to the number of component abnormalities: a national population-based
BACKGROUND Multiple congenital abnormalities are caused by chromosomal aberrations, mutant major genes and teratogens. A minor proportion of these patients are identified as syndromes but the majorExpand
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[Rapid diagnosis of fetal chromosomal abnormalities by fluorescence in situ hybridization].
INTRODUCTION In the course of the Down-screening protocol there are possibilities today for rapid diagnosis of aneuploidies among high-risk pregnancies identified by non-invasive screening tests,Expand
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Brain Development and Cognition in Human Infants
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