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An attempt to prevent senescence: a mitochondrial approach.
Antioxidants specifically addressed to mitochondria have been studied to determine if they can decelerate senescence of organisms. For this purpose, a project has been established with participationExpand
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Identification of two types of excitatory monosynaptic inputs in frog spinal motoneurones
Synaptic responses induced in motoneurones by stimulation of dorsal root (DR) and reticular formation (RF) were recorded intracellularly in the isolated frog spinal cord. Argiopine (spiderExpand
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Differences in the Activation of Inhibitory Motoneuron Receptors in the Frog Rana Ridibunda by GABA and Glycine and Their Interaction
Intracellular recording of potentials was used in isolated spinal cord segments from the frog Rana ridibunda to compare the inhibitory effects of GABA and glycine on the motoneuron membrane. At equalExpand
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Presynaptic serotonin 5-HT1B/D receptor-mediated inhibition of glycinergic transmission to the frog spinal motoneurons
Endogenous monoamine 5-hydroxytryptamine (5-HT, serotonin) is a phylogenetically ancient neurotransmitter present in vertebrates. The functions of 5-HT in central nervous system are intensivelyExpand
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[The potentiation of postsynaptic potentials under the influence of glutamate and agonists in the motoneurons of the frog Rana ridibunda].
Effects of glutamate and agonists (aspartate, NMDA, quisqualate, AMPA, kainate) on dorsal root and reticulomotoneuronal excitatory postsynaptic potentials (EPSPs), as well as on spontaneousExpand
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Presynaptic serotonergic modulation of spontaneous and miniature synaptic activity in frog lumbar motoneurons
The effects of serotonin (5-HT, 30 μM) on spontaneous and miniature synaptic activity in lumbar motoneurons from the isolated Rana ridibunda spinal cord were investigated using intracellularExpand
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Reversal potential for monosynaptic EPSP in frog motoneurons
Experiments were conducted on brain isolated from the frogRana ridibunda using a current chop technique of transmembrane polarization and discrete measurement of membrane potential by a singleExpand
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Contributions of Glycine and GABAA Receptors to the Generation of Inhibitory Postsynaptic Potentials in Frog Spinal Cord Motoneurons
Intracellular recording from lumbar motoneurons in isolated spinal cord preparations from the frog Rana ridibunda was used to study the contributions of glycine and GABAA receptors to the generationExpand
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Inhibitory Regulation of Responses of Glutamate Receptors in Frog Motoneurons
Experiments on isolated frog spinal cords (Rana ridibunda) with intracellular recording of potentials from lumbar motoneurons were performed to study interactions between the effects of exogenousExpand
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