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After an acute central nervous system injury, axonal regeneration is limited as the result of a lack of neuronal intrinsic competence and the presence of extrinsic inhibitory signals. The injury fragments the myelin neuronal insulating layer, releasing extrinsic inhibitory molecules to signal through the neuronal membrane-bound Nogo receptor (NgR) complex.(More)
The purpose of the research was to give a topographical substantiation of the choice of an approach to the extracranial internal carotid artery (ICA) in view of individual anatomical variability of ICA and various localizations of stenosis or occlusion. In 38 human corpses ICA was uncovered using operative methods proposed by Cooper. DePalma, Pauliukas and(More)
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