César Sanz-Rodríguez

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Continuous exposure of many types of neurons in cell culture to elevated concentrations of K+ greatly enhances their survival. This effect has been reported to be mediated by a sustained rise of(More)
During embryonic development, most neuronal populations undergo a process usually referred to as naturally occurring neuronal death. For motoneurons (MTNs) of the lumbar spinal cord of chick embryos,(More)
In the present work, we find that the elevation of extracellular K+ concentration promotes the survival of chick spinal cord motoneurons in vitro deprived of any neurotrophic support. This treatment(More)