By light microscopy (by Nissl and Golgi), electron microscopy, and immunohistochemistry methods, formation of structure of the brain striatum dorsolateral part from birth to the 3-month age was studied in rats submitted to acute hypoxia at the period of embryogenesis. It has been established that hypoxia at the 13.5th day (E13.5) leads to a delay of… (More)
Formation of the structure of striatum during two postnatal weeks in rats subjected to acute hypoxia during various periods of their embryonic development was studied using light microscopic (Nissl's stain and Golgi's silver nitrate impregnation) methods and electron microscopy. This study was supplemented by a simultaneous investigation of physiological… (More)
Light and electron microscopic studies have been made on degenerative changes in the nervous tissue induced by experimental destruction of the median brain bulb at the 5th day of incubation, in parts of the tecto-thalamo-telencephalic visual system in 13-day chick embryos (in the visual tectum, round nucleus of the thalamus and ectostriatum of the… (More)
Light and electron microscopic studies have been made of the nervous tissue in three parts of the tecto-thalamo-telencephalic visual system--i.e. tectum opticum, nucleus rotundus of thalamus and ectostriatum of telencephalon--of 13-day chick embryos. Neuroblasts and neurones at various stages of differentiation were described together with various types of… (More)
Light and electron microscopic investigation has been made of the main structural components of the nervous tissue in two divisions of the telencephalon (the dorsal ventricular ridge and striatum) in 10-day chick embryos. Special attention was paid to the degree of maturation of cellular elements of the nervous tissue, the development of neuropil and the… (More)
At early times (15 min to 6 h) after whole-body gamma-neutron irradiation of mature rats with a dose of 10 Gy reactive changes occur in neurons of the sensimotor cerebral cortex which can be interpreted as a manifestation of the enhancement of functional and metabolic activity of nerve cells followed by inhibition thereof.