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The compensatory angiogenesis that occurs after cerebral ischemia increases blood flow to the injured area and limits extension of the ischemic penumbra. In this way, it improves the local blood supply. Fostering compensatory angiogenesis is an effective treatment for ischemic cerebrovascular disease. However, angiogenesis in the adult organism is a(More)
The incorporation of 3H-thymidine into DNA was examined in the chick embryo retina in early development during the period of the optic vesicle formation (day 2) before the formation of the basic layers of retina (day 7) by means of light and electron microscopic radioautography. Labeling index with 3H-thymidine reached the maximum on day 2 and declined(More)
The incorporation of 3H-uridine into RNA of chick embryo retina was studied by light and electron microscopic radioautography. The numbers of silver grains were counted over the nucleus, nucleolus and cytoplasm of the cells in three different regions of the same retina of 2, 3, 4, and 7 day chick embryos. The results showed an increase of 3H-uridine(More)
The DNA synthesis of mouse retina from the 19th prenatal day through 12 months postnatal has been studied by light microscopic radioautography after the injection of tritiated thymidine. A peak of the labeling index after incorporation of tritiated thymidine was found at fetal day 19. The labelled cells decreased gradually with the developing of the eye(More)
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