Lisette K E Van Esseveldt

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Fetal neurografts containing the suprachiasmatic nucleus (SCN) can restore the circadian locomotor and drinking rhythm of SCN-lesioned (SCNX) rat and hamster. This functional outcome finally proves that the endogenous biological clock autonomously resides in the SCN. Observations on the cellular requirements of the "new" SCN for restoration of the(More)
Regeneration of injured axons following injury depends on a delicate balance between growth-promoting and growth-inhibiting factors. Overexpression of neurotrophin genes seems a promising strategy to promote regeneration. Trophic genes can be overexpressed at the site of injury at the axonal stumps, or at the perikaryal level of the injured neuron.(More)
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