Julie Corr

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Forebrain arteries receive nitroxidergic input from parasympathetic ganglionic fibers that arise from the pterygopalatine ganglia. Previous studies have shown that ganglionic stimulation in some species led to cerebral vasodilatation while interruption of those fibers interfered with vasodilatation seen during acute hypertension. Because the ganglionic(More)
Fibroblasts from forearm skin biopsy specimens from 3 patients with Friedreich's ataxia and controls without evidence of hypersensitivity to ionising radiation were exposed to a range of doses of gamma or x-rays up to 550 rad, and cell survival was measured by counting clones derived from single fibroblasts. Cells from two of the three Friedreich cases were(More)
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