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Nicotine is a very widely used drug of abuse, which exerts a number of neurovegetative behavioural effects by interacting with the neuronal nicotinic acetylcholine receptor. Using histochemical analysis (NADPH-diaphorase and Fluoro-Jade B dye), the influence of intraperitoneal administration of nicotine on neurons of the hippocampus in 35-day-old male rats… (More)
A mass budget study of major in-lake Al fluxes, palaeolimnological data on a >10,000 year old sediment record, and in situ photochemical experiments performed at Plesné Lake (Czech Republic) suggest that photochemical liberation of organically bound aluminum (Al) and iron (Fe) by solar radiation is a significant natural source of their ionic species for… (More)
This article deals with the influence of face gesticulation to the face recognition algorithms. We have acquired our own database with different gestures and tried to test two face recognition tools for the reliability. We used a tool for change of face gesticulation and his impact to the face recognition.
Human prion diseases are a group of very rare diseases with a unique pathogenesis and, due to an inauspicious prognosis and unavailability of therapy, with fatal consequences. The etiopathogenetic background is the presence of pathologically misfolded prion protein, highly resistant to denaturation, the aggregation and presence of which in the brain tissue… (More)
Listeriosis is a severe and possibly fatal disease. Its incidence in the Czech Republic is low, with the most common vehicles of transmission being cheese, pastes, meat products, and salads. Nosocomial transmission is rare in the Czech Republic. Phylogenetic analysis and genotyping of isolated Listeria strains are very helpful in identifying the source of… (More)