Jasmin Husain

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Oligodendrocyte precursors and astrocytes in 2-week-old rat primary glial cultures survived 24 h of anoxia, suggesting both cell types could survive using glycolysis for ATP synthesis; however, when the hypoxia developed gradually, the majority of oligodendrocyte precursor cells died within 24 h of the beginning of the experiment but astrocytes survived.(More)
This review summarises updated clinical guidelines produced by the Clinical Standards Committee of the Faculty of Dental Surgery, Royal College of Surgeons of England (FDSRCS). This guideline on the management of the palatally ectopic maxillary canine illustrates the information contained in the recently updated online version. The timely recognition of(More)
SUMMARY Mycobacterium abscessus is ubiquitously found rapidly growing mycobacteria. Although it is an uncommon pathogen, it has been known to cause cutaneous infection following inoculation, minor trauma or surgery. This communication reports an immuno-competent patient developing multiple sinuses due to Mycobacterium abscessus in the post- operative period.
Although 6 h of exposure to 41 degrees C did not affect the viability of oligodendrocyte precursors in culture, a 2-h exposure to 42 degrees C caused them to die. In contrast, astrocytes could tolerate 42 degrees C for at least 6 h. There was an increase in lipid peroxidation following the 42 degrees C insult, particularly in the oligodendrocyte precursors.(More)
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