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Spatial learning in old mice (19 or 24 months old), some of which had been calorically restricted beginning at 14 weeks of age, was compared to that of young mice, in two separate experiments using a Morris water maze. In the first experiment, only old mice reaching criterion performance on a cued learning task were tested in a subsequent spatial task.(More)
Congenital renal arteriovenous malformations are rare, but their incidence are frequency of recognition are rising. Six cases of both cirsoid and idiopathic varieties are described. Patients were either asymptomatic or presented with gross hematuria and flank pain. Physical findings included hypertension, cardiomegaly, flank tenderness, and an abdominal(More)
Growth hormone (GH) plays an incompletely understood role in the development of the central nervous system (CNS). In this study, we use transgenic mice expressing a growth hormone antagonist (GHA) to explore the role of GH in regulating postnatal brain, spinal cord and body growth into adulthood. The GHA transgene encodes a protein that inhibits the binding(More)
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