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Platelet hyperaggregability was tested in 62 TIA patients by means of the formalin fixing principle of Wu and Hoak. Compared to age-matched controls, the platelet aggregates ratio (PAR) was reduced from 0.99 +/- 0.04 SD to 0.807 +/- 0.14 SD. This means a highly significant increase of circulating platelet aggregates (CPA) in untreated TIA patients,(More)
The influence of chronic morphine treatment on the brain of adult mouse has been studied. Female Swiss mice were daily administered saline or morphine (30 or 60 mg/kg body weight) for a period comprising 7 days before mating, during gestation and until 21 days post-partum. Their brains were then perfusion-fixed and examined for histology and calbindin D-28k(More)
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