L A Mudrick-Donnon

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The long-term structural and functional consequences of transient forebrain ischaemia were studied with morphological, immunohistochemical and in vitro electrophysiological techniques in the primary somatosensory cortex of Wistar rats. After survival times of 10-17 months postischaemia, neocortical slices obtained from ischaemic animals were characterized(More)
Studies have shown that many glial cells in the CNS possess receptors for neurotransmitters and that synapse-like contacts exist between glial cells and axonal terminals. Although synapse-like contacts are present between the glial cells (stellate cells) of the pituitary pars intermedia and the axons from the arcuate nucleus, it is not known whether these(More)
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