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Systemic administration of kainic acid (KA) in rodents triggers limbic seizures following selective neuronal loss in the hippocampus attributed to the excitotoxic process. Lipid peroxidation(More)
Sparteine is a quinolizidine alkaloid (QA) produced by Lupine species that has generated much interest due to its anti-hypertensive, anti-pyretic, and anti-inflammatory properties. In the nervous(More)
INTRODUCTION Injuries to peripheral nerves can have different causes and may lead to disorders affecting mobility, sensitivity and loss of motor function as they progress. Weiss, in 1944, introduced(More)
OBJECT Transection of peripheral nerves produces loss of sensory and/or motor function. After complete nerve cutting, the distal and proximal segment ends retract, but if both ends are bridged with(More)
Cerebellar morphogenesis as well as somatometric parameters of progenies from mothers exposed to ethyl-ether, chloroform, turpentine or thinner were registered a 24, 48 and 7 hours of age. 1.(More)