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Resident microglia and hematogenous macrophages play crucial roles in the pathogenetic cascade following cerebral ischemia but may functionally differ regarding neuroprotective and cytotoxic(More)
Activated microglia and hematogenous macrophages are known to be involved in infarct development after cerebral ischemia. Traditionally, hematogenic macrophages are thought to be the primary cells to(More)
It has been shown previously that clenbuterol, a beta 2-adrenergic receptor agonist, enhances NGF synthesis in adult rat brain. Since NGF is able to protect neurons against damage, we tried to find(More)