Josh Slusser

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Central to this investigation are several basic hypotheses that are designed to test the role of nitric oxide (NO) in the complex process of central regeneration and plasticity in a well established model system of the mammalian brain. We have employed histochemical techniques at the light and ultrastructural level coupled with correlative scanning electron(More)
The occurrence of intraventricular hemorrhage (IVH) is a frequent problem in premature infants delivered between 24 (60%) and 32 weeks (80%) of gestation, a time during which the germinal matrix (GM) is prominent over the head of the caudate nucleus. Most IVH arises from the GM and it has been proposed that an important factor in the pathogenesis of IVH is(More)
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