Marianna Soroka

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Central nervous system hemangioblastomas (cHAB) are rare tumours which most commonly arise in the cerebellum. Most tumours are sporadic, but as many as one third of cHABs occur in the course of the hereditary disorder - von Hippel-Lindau disease (VHL). In order to diagnose new VHL families in Poland we performed sequencing of the entire VHL gene in archival(More)
Pharmacological properties of a series of alpha, omega-diamino-omega-phosphonocarboxylic acids and alpha, omega-diamino-alpha, omega-bis(phosphonic acids) on different excitatory amino acids mediated responses have been tested in CA1 rat hippocampal neurones, using intracellular recordings and current and voltage clamp techniques. In contrast with known(More)
Pharmacological properties of 2-amino-4-oxo-5-phosphonopentanoic acid (AOPA) on excitatory amino acids mediated responses have been tested in CA1 rat hippocampal neurones, using intracellular recordings and current and voltage clamp techniques. These properties were compared with those of the well-known NMDA antagonist, D(-)2-amino-5-phosphonopentanoic acid(More)
Light scattering studies on the giant squid axon were done using the technique of optical mixing spectroscopy. This experimental approach is based on the use of laser light to detect the fluctuations of membrane macromolecules which are associated with conductance fluctuations. The light scattering spectra were similar to the Lorentzian-like behavior of(More)
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