H E Henning

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Olfactory bulbs retain the ability to acquire new neurons throughout life. Unilateral olfactory deprivation during the first postnatal month in rats results in a dramatic reduction in the size of the experimental olfactory bulb. Part of this reduction is attributable to the death of neurons and glia. To examine the regenerative capacity of the juvenile(More)
Beta-Endorphin immunoreactivity has been localized in 12 regions of the post mortem human cerebral cortex by using a polyclonal antiserum specifically recognizing the peptide. Cell bodies and proximal dendrites of certain cortical neurons (mostly interneurons) were densely populated with nerve endings immunoreactive for beta-endorphin. These(More)
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