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In recent years, there has been extraordinary progress in understanding the cellular and molecular cascades that mediate neuron death following necrotic insults. With this knowledge has come the recognition of ways in which these cascades can be modulated by extrinsic factors, altering the likelihood of subsequent neuron death. In this review, we consider(More)
  • H L Maecker
  • 1993
The sexually dimorphic nucleus of the hypothalamus (SDN) is involved in sexual differentiation of the rat brain. Perinatal cocaine exposure was found to significantly reduce the volume of the male rat SDN (P < 0.001) while having no effect upon the volume of the female SDN. Pregnant dams and their pups were exposed to either saline, 7.5, 15, or 30 mg/kg of(More)
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