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Hippocampal place cells respond heterogeneously to elemental changes of a compound spatial context, suggesting that they form a distributed code of context, whereby context information is shared across a population of neurons. The question arises as to what this distributed code might be useful for. The present study explored two possibilities: one, that it(More)
Monoclonal antibodies have been raised to pig brain triskelions and one clone, DC41, was found to recognize the clathrin heavy chain by immunoblotting. However, both by immunofluorescence and immunoelectron microscopy, and in complete contrast to polyclonal anti-clathrin antibodies, monoclonal DC41 did not label either coated pits or coated vesicles(More)
In-stent restenosis is caused by the proliferation of the smooth muscle cells (SMCs) following a host response towards the implanted device. However, the precise biochemical and cellular mechanisms are still not completely understood. In this paper, the behaviour of SMCs has been investigated by an in vitro model where the cells were stimulated by platelet(More)
Wort, has been found to exhibit many medicinal, especially anti-depressant, properties. Hypericin is thought to be the main chemical constituent responsible for H. perforatum's medicinal properties. We report here the ability of H. perforatum and hypericin to inhibit the growth of mouse mammary cancer CRL2539 cells. H. perforatum, at concentrations of 0.4%(More)
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