M. A. Corner

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Spontaneous action potentials were recorded longitudinally for 4-7 weeks from dissociated rat occipital cortex cells cultured on planar multi-electrode plates, during their development from isolated(More)
Chronic suppression of spontaneous bioelectric activity in cultures of dissociated fetal rat cerebral cortex increases neuronal cell death and results in electrophysiological changes which indicate(More)
Chronic blockade of bioelectric activity (BEA) has been shown to increase neuronal cell death in tissue culture, but the effects of this treatment on non-neuronal cells have not been investigated. To(More)