Dexing Zhang

3Xinhong He
1Edward H Bertram
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INTRODUCTION The midline thalamic nuclei are an important component of limbic seizures. Although the anatomic connections and excitatory influences of the midline thalamus are well known, its physiological role in limbic seizures is unclear. We examined the role of the midline thalamus on two circuits that are involved in limbic seizures: (a) the(More)
Occupational exposure and experimental intoxication of acrylamide (ACR) can produce skeletal muscle weakness and ataxia. In this study, we tested whether ACR would affect cerebellar function through the regulation of gamma-aminobutyric acid (GABA) and glial fibrillary acidic protein (GFAP) expression in cerebellum. Weaning male Sprague-Dawley rats were(More)
BACKGROUND Mental health issues pose a serious concern in the workplace for the huge productivity loss and financial burden associated with it. Unlike the traditional 'fixing-what-is-wrong' approach, positive psychology offers a less-stigmatized way to promote mental health. Psychological capital, a concept originated from positive psychology, has been(More)
OBJECTIVE To study the poisonous effect of manganese on the postnatal development of dopaminergic neurons of nigra substance in rat brain. METHODS Morris Water Maze was carried out to examine the muscle motor ability of the rat. Fluorometry was used to determine the dopamine levels of caudate nucleus. Immunochemistry combined with digital imagine analysis(More)
The toxicity of manganese exposure on the postnatal development of brain in mice was investigated. Muscle motor ability was examined by Morris Water Maze, spontaneous action by Open Field Maze, neuro-anxiety by Elevated Plus Arms Maze. Lipid peroxides (LPO) level and superoxide dismutase (SOD) activity of brain was detected by neurobiochemical assay; glial(More)
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