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Unlike neonatal axons, mammalian adult axons do not regenerate after injury. Likewise, myelin, a major factor in preventing regeneration in the adult, inhibits regeneration from older but not younger neurons. Identification of the molecular events responsible for this developmental loss of regenerative capacity is believed key to devising strategies to(More)
The lack of axonal regeneration in the adult mammalian CNS is due to both unfavorable environmental glial factors and the intrinsic neuronal state. Inhibitors associated with myelin and the glial scar have been extensively studies and it has been shown that neutralizing at least some of the inhibitors can lead to improved growth. Meanwhile, important(More)
  • Žgomba Maksimović, N Hulak, +69 authors Fuka
  • 2016
INTRODUCTION Dry fermented sausages produced from the meat of domestic or wild animals hold an important place in Croa-tian tradition, where they are not only characterized by distinctive aroma and avour, but by extended shelf life as well. Such sausages are mainly produced by local artisans that follow traditional recipes, what today, when we witness a(More)
Bovine viral diarrhea virus (BVDV), the causative agent of bovine viral diarrhea/mucosal disease (BVD/MD), is an important pathogen of cattle and other wild animals throughout the world. BVDV infection typically leads to an impaired immune response in cattle. In the present study, we investigated the effect of Forsythoside A (FTA) on BVDV infection of(More)
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