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[The response of mono- and binucleate cells of the superior cervical sympathetic ganglion of the rabbit on the extirpation of the contralateral ganglion].
- Iarygin Vn
- 1 November 1967
Neurogenesis in the central nervous system and prospects of regenerative neurology
Advances in regenerative neurobiology may serve the foundation for the development of totally new technologies of treatment brain and spinal cord, as well as retina and optic nerve injuries and diseases based on the stimulation of reparative neurogenesis, design of conditions permissive for regeneration of nervous and glial cells and growth of nervous fibers, and on blocking factors inhibiting those two former processes.
Polyploidy of mononuclear and binuclear neurons in the upper cervical ganglia of the rabbit
[Cytofluorimetric study of the small, intensely fluorescent cells of the rat atria in pharmacological sympathectomy].
The mean value of fluorescence decreased during 6-9 weeks of the experiment and increased during the next 3 weeks, and the most pronounced reaction was exhibited by SIF cells in the superior vena cava and interatrial septum.
Sympathetic ganglia nerve and glial cells in mice of different ages. III. Satellite perikaryon cells under normal conditons and following a sharp reduction in the number of ganglionic neurocytes
Changes induced in perikarial satellite cells by a prolonged increase of the mass and volume of perikaria are studied and some prominent changes in the fine structure of satellite cells under experimental conditions were found.
[Incorporation of H3-thymidine in to DNA of neurons of young mice and changes in the ploidy of nerve cell nuclei in animals of the same age].
Changes in the properties of chromatin during nerve cell acquisition of definitive morphologic features
The morphological maturation of neurocytes of the cranial cervical ganglion during the 1st month of life was accompanied in rats by changes in the state of DNA-histone chromatin complex and rise of…
The structure and transcription activity of the neuronal chromatin in the sensorimotor cortex during postnatal differentiation
The rearrangement of the chromatin structure in various types of cortical cells showed different orientation after day 14 of postnatal life.
Implantation of embryonic pancreas into the anterior chamber of healthy and diabetic rats
The possibility of pancreatic-islet embryonic implantation into the frontal chamber of the eye in Wistar rats has been demonstrated and Cellular differentiation leading to the appearance of functionally active endocrine cells has been noted in the implants.
The development and functioning of embryonic pancreatic islet cells in the anterior chamber of rats
The conditions therein were found to be favourable for the endocrine tissue functioning; a number of morphogenetic changes resulting in the formation of islet structure acting as a morphophysiological unit were noted.