L Bauchet

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Following our previous studies related to brachial plexus injury and repair, the present experimentation was designed to examine the ultrastructural features of those motoneurons of the locally injured cervical spinal cord of adult rats that were seen to regenerate into peripheral nerve (PN) bridges and to reinnervate nearby skeletal muscles. Here, the(More)
Previous studies have demonstrated that transplanted dorsal root ganglion neurons (DRGNs) can survive and differentiate in a variety of orthotopic and heterotopic locations. In order to develop strategies aimed at restoring the sensory function following traumatic injury to the spinal cord and to its peripheral sensory connections, we have transplanted(More)
In previous studies primary sensory neurons of adult rats have been counted in lumbar dorsal root ganglia. However, different counting methods have given very different results and at the cervical level, recent data are scarce. In the present study, the number of neurons in C4, C5 and C6 adult rat ganglia was determined using two previously calibrated(More)
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