Johanna Bellach

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The concentrations of cholecystokinin (CCK) and dopamine (DA) were determined in the nucleus accumbens (anterior, posterior) and striatum of rats every 2 h during a period of 24 h. For both substances, a circadian rhythm was found, which was best fitted by a dominant 24-h period superimposed by the second (12 h) and fourth (6 h) harmonics. The rhythms in(More)
Due to contrary results concerning the interaction of cholecystokinin and dopamine (CCK/DA) circadian variations in CCK/DA concentration were investigated in forebrain nuclei of rats (Nc. accumbens, striatum) in order to assess the influence of time of day on neurotransmission. CCK was determined by a radioimmunoassay, DA was measured by electrochemical(More)
BACKGROUND Currently, there is no mandatory labelling of allergens for non-pre-packed foods in the EU. Therefore, consumers with food allergy rely on voluntary information provided by the staff. The aim of this study was to characterize allergic reactions to non-pre-packed foods and to investigate whether staff in bakery shops were able to give advice(More)
In Golgi-Kopsch impregnated pyramid neurons of the neocortex (regio precentralis agranularis and area striata) of adult rats the individual variability was investigated. As parameters served the dendritic lengths, spine numbers and spine densities along the dendritic orders (basal and apical), within single dendritic fields, the apical and basal parts of(More)
Lamina V-pyramidal neurons of regio precentralis agranularis in Golgi-Kopsch impregnated frontal series of the brains of four adult male rats were analyzed quantitatively in order to estimate the degree of individual variability. As parameters served the dendritic lengths, spine numbers and spine densities along the dendritic orders, within single dendritic(More)
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