M. Sherif

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Pregnant squirrel monkeys were exposed to 2450-MHz (CW) microwaves at an equivalent power density of 10 mW/cm2 (SAR 3.4 mW/g) for three hours daily in a cavity-cage module. The exposure began when pregnancy was determined by a hormonal method, and continued through of offspring's first 9.5 months. After irradiation, the brain of the offspring were fixed(More)
Sensory innervation of lingual musculature was studied in young adult Wistar rats using retrograde labeling by horseradish peroxidase (HRP) and combined silver impregnation and acetylcholinesterase (AchE) methods. Intra-lingual injection of HRP resulted in labeling of neuronal somata in the trigeminal, superior vagal, and second cervical spinal (C2)(More)
The fiber connections between the trigeminal mesencephalic nucleus and tract and the trochlear nerve root of 15 cats were examined after silver impregnation of the pontomescencephalic region of the brains. The results revealed that: (a) some of the mesencephalic root fascicles join the trochlear root, (b) some of the mesencephalic root cells contribute(More)
The cerebella of 38 Sprague Dawley rats of various ages have been studied histologically by sectioning in certain parasagittal planes. The age groups were chosen from the early postnatal developmental stage (6, 11 and 16 days), around puberty (41, 46 and 51 days) and maturity (210 days). The sections yielded quantitative data with regard to the dimensions(More)
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