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Fluorescence localization of monoamines in crab neurosecretory structures.
1. The pericardial organs and anterior ramifications (both neurohaemal structures) of six species of crabs have been examined as whole mounts by the histochemical method for monoamines based onExpand
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Electrophysiologic study of cultured neurons dissociated from spinal cords and dorsal root ganglia of fetal mice.
Abstract Spontaneously occurring action potentials and postsynaptic potentials were recorded intracellularly from mouse spinal cord (SC) neurons and dorsal root ganglion (DRG) neurons in mixed SC andExpand
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APPETITIVELY CONDITIONED AND DRIVE-RELATED BIOELECTRIC BASELINE SHIFT IN CAT CORTEX.
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Do the monoamines in crab pericardial organs play a role in peptide neurosecretion?
1. Pericardial organs of Libima emargmata and L. dubia were isolated, the nerves from the thoracic ganglion were stimulated electrically, and propagated electrical activity was recorded. Fluid whichExpand
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Histochemical localization of monoamines in the crab central nervous system
SummaryThe localization of monoaminergic cells in the central nervous system of the crab Carcinus maenas was studied by the Falck-Hillarp fluorescence histochemical technique. Specific greenExpand
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The geometry and algebra of the representations of the Lorentz group
In this paper a (2j + l)-spinor analysis is developed along the lines of the 2-spinor and 3-spinor ones. We define generalized connecting quantities Aμv(j) which transform like (j, 0) ⊗ (j -1, 0) inExpand
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