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The carbohydrate epitope 3-fucosyl-N-acetyl-lactosamine (CD15) is involved, as a constituent of glycoconjugates, in cell-cell interactions and cell sorting during rodent CNS morphogenesis. The present study was designed to test whether CD15 is also involved in the development of the human CNS. Human cerebellar hemispheres and vermes from the 24th week of(More)
The September 2002 COM. A 24-year-old female presented with a history of 3 generalized seizures, the first of which had occurred 6 months before admission. Her neurological examination was normal, but upon admission her MRI showed a small cystic lesion in the left parieto-occipital region. The lesion was hyper-intense on T-2 weighted images and did not show(More)
A cell line (NCE-G28) was established from the biopsy material of a human gliosarcoma of low histológica!differentiation. The initial cultures showed a mixed population of cells which in later stages became more uniform due to loss of slower growing constituents. The cells have been growing steadily for 20 months. A suspension of NCE-G28 cells injected(More)
Electroconvulsive stimulation of rats evoked significant increases of glutamic acid decarboxylase (GAD) activity in the synaptosomal fractions of neocortex (including white matter) and hippocampal formation. The elevation of synaptosomal-bound GAD activity was not significant in cingulate cortex, striatum, caudal brainstem and thalamus. The(More)
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