J A DiCerbo

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High concentrations of alcohol (> or = 1.8%) were shown previously to impair health and viability of cultured hippocampal neurons. Because neurofilament proteins are essential for neuronal process outgrowth and differentiation, the effects of alcohol on these proteins were determined in the neuronal processes of primary cultured gestational day 18 rat(More)
Rats exposed prenatally to alcohol have shown deficits in spatial learning in radial-arm and Morris mazes. Prenatal exposure to alcohol in rats has also been shown to alter central nervous system (CNS) cholinergic function. Since cholinergic dysfunction disrupts spatial learning in normal rats, the present experiment assessed the role of putative prenatal(More)
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