Habeebul Rahman

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Studies from our laboratory have established that ethanol exerts morphological and biochemical neurotoxic effects during early neuroembryogenesis in the chick brain both in ovo and in culture. In the present study, we further localized the critical period for ethanol effects on cholinergic neuronal expression using neuroblast-enriched cultures derived from(More)
The present study was undertaken to investigate the involvement of NCAM in the neuroteratogenic effects of ethanol demonstrated by us and others. In the first experiment we examined the effect of in-ovo ethanol exposure on expression of NCAM in various regions of the embryonic CNS throughout development. Chick embryos received ethanol (10 mg/50(More)
Musical hallucinations are a rare phenomenon that renders appropriate identification and treatment a challenge. This case series describes three women who presented with hearing complex, familiar melodies in the absence of external stimuli on a background of hearing impairment.
In this study the extracellular distribution of cytochemically generated calcium reaction product in the denervated optic tectum of a cichild fish (Oreochromis mossambicus) was investigated. The left optic nerve had been transected and the fish (5 per experimental condition) maintained for 2, 10 and 21 days. The amount of the calcium-containing precipitates(More)
We used two experimental paradigms to examine the influence of the neurotrophins, NGF, EGF, and bFGF on normal neuroblast survival and also after ethanol insult. In the first paradigm, chick embryos received in ovo at embryonic day 1 and 2 (E1 and E2) saline (control) ethanol (10mg/50 microliters/day), NGF (50 ng/50 microliters/day), or EGF (25 ng/50(More)
We have reported that ethanol administration during early neuroembryogenesis significantly alters neuronal phenotypic expression. In addition, previous findings have indicated that ethanol may interfere with the neurotrophic effects of NGF. In this study, we examined the cholinergic neuronal response to NGF given intracerebrally to embryos at embryonic day(More)
Neuronal-enriched cultures were prepared from 8-day-old chick embryo cerebral hemispheres and exposed to ethanol (50 mM) from day 4 to 8 in culture. At day 8, both control and ethanol-treated cultures were processed for [3H]choline uptake in situ. Uptake was performed on cultures containing either Na(+)-plus or Na(+)-free (Li+) HEPES buffer. Total choline(More)
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