Claude Richelme

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The origin of astrocytes of the mouse neocortex during the fetal and early postnatal periods as determined by immunocytological, autoradiographic, electron microscopic and antimitotic methods is described. Most astrocytes destined for the white matter and the infragranular cortical layers are derived from the transformation of radial glial cells between P0(More)
Many models of induced ischemic and epileptic tolerance have now been described in the brain. Although detailed mechanisms underlying such protections still remain largely unknown, induction of heat shock proteins is amongst the endogenous responses believed to play an important role in cellular defense mechanisms. This study reveals that the development of(More)
Congenital muscular dystrophies (CMD) are a clinically and genetically heterogeneous group of muscle disorders, with autosomal recessive inheritance. Absence of the laminin alpha 2 chain in the skeletal muscle of patients with classical CMD has permitted the identification of a subgroup, referred to as 'merosin-deficient CMD or laminin alpha 2 chain(More)
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