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Adult rats were injected intraventricularly with 6-OHDA and allowed to recover for varying time periods in either an enriched colony environment or in isolation cages. When tested behaviorally in a novel environment, isolated animals showed a cyclical recovery pattern, with behavioral changes at 14 days after lesioning which were different from those seen(More)
Through a report of 4 late-onset cases with mitochondrial DNA (mtDNA) depletion, we address the specificity of the clinical entities associated with a very low residual amount of mtDNA. Three of the patients met the diagnostic criteria of Kearns Sayre syndrome, which has never been associated with mtDNA depletion. The fourth patient had an isolated skeletal(More)
EDUCATION/TRAINING (Begin with baccalaureate or other initial professional education, such as nursing, and include postdoctoral training.) INSTITUTION AND LOCATION DEGREE (if applicable) YEAR(s) Kalish LA. Matching on a non-risk factor in the design of case-control studies does not always result in an efficiency loss. Kalish LA, Begg CB. The impact of(More)
Rats in which central norepinephrine lesions are made with 6-OHDA and a recovery period allowed show a behavioral syndrome distinct from controls, from rats with more extensive norepinephrine damage (lesioned with 6-OHDA, allowed to recover, and relesioned), and from rats with general depletion of serotonin (chronic PCPA). These rats administered central(More)
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