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Neuronal and Glial Apoptosis after Traumatic Spinal Cord Injury
Cell death was examined by studying the spinal cords of rats subjected to traumatic insults of mild to moderate severity. Within minutes after mild weight drop impact (a 10 gm weight falling 6.25Expand
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Caspase inhibitor affords neuroprotection with delayed administration in a rat model of neonatal hypoxic-ischemic brain injury.
Programmed cell death (apoptosis) is a normal process in the developing nervous system. Recent data suggest that certain features seen in the process of programmed cell death may be favored in theExpand
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Differential Foci and Synaptic Organization of the Principal and Spinal Trigeminal Projections to the Thalamus in the Rat
The thalamus is known to receive single‐whisker ‘lemniscal’ inputs from the trigeminal nucleus principalis (Prv) and multiwhisker ‘paralemniscal’ inputs from the spinal trigeminal nucleus (Spv), yetExpand
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Organization of HRP‐labeled trigeminal mandibular, primary afferent neurons in the rat
Horseradish peroxidase (HRP) applied to the transected mandibular division of the trigeminal (V) ganglion was transported anterogradely to pri‐mary afferent terminal zones in the dorsal andExpand
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Intersubnuclear connections within the rat trigeminal brainstem complex.
Prior intracellular recording and labeling experiments have documented local-circuit and projection neurons in the spinal trigeminal (V) nucleus with axons that arborize in more rostral and caudalExpand
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Thalamic projections from the whisker‐sensitive regions of the spinal trigeminal complex in the rat
This study investigated the axonal projections of whisker‐sensitive cells of the spinal trigeminal subnuclei (SP5) in rat oral, interpolar, and caudal divisions (SP5o, SP5i, and SP5c, respectively).Expand
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Morphology and topography of identified primary afferents in trigeminal subnuclei principalis and oralis.
1. Intra-axonal recording, receptive field mapping, horseradish peroxidase injection, cytochrome oxidase staining, and computer-assisted reconstruction/morphometric methods were used to elucidate theExpand
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Structure‐function relationships in rat brainstem subnucleus interpolaris. I. Vibrissa primary afferents
Intra‐axonal recording and horseradish peroxidase labelling techniques were used to examine structure‐function relationships for vibrissa‐sensitive primary afferent fibers (N = 40) in rat trigeminalExpand
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Structure and function of barrel 'precursor' cells in trigeminal nucleus principalis.
Intracellular recording, electrical stimulation, receptive field mapping, HRP injection, and computer reconstruction techniques were used to study principalis cells in rat. They (n = 80) respondedExpand
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Structure-function relationships in rat medullary and cervical dorsal horns. I. Trigeminal primary afferents.
Intracellular recording and horseradish peroxidase (HRP) labeling were used to examine structure-function relationships in the medullary dorsal horn (MDH) and rostral cervical dorsal horn. InExpand
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