R K Romansky

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The data on the glycinergic transmission in the rostral brainstem are both few and controversial. The present report provides evidence for a possible glycinergic transmission in Sprague-Dawley rats, based on observations of immunocytochemical labeling for gephyrin, a 93 kDa protein and a component of the functional glycine receptor. A monoclonal antibody(More)
Abstract Whereas basic features of post-axotomy muscle reinnervation have been extensively studied in rats, little is known about axonal regrowth and pathfinding in cats. To address the question, adult cats were subjected to facial-facial anastomosis (FFA). First group served to establish optimal parameters for labeling of the zygomatic and buccal facial(More)
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