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Fetal CNS (cortex and spinal cord) transplants survive and grow in the spinal cord of adult rats. The present experiments study the initial stages (10 days) to determine the developmental pattern of early (E11) fetal cortex and spinal cord transplants implanted into the T6 spinal cord of adult rats (n = 50). Controls were age-matched fetuses or pups from(More)
The ultrastructure of cortex and spinal cord from 11-, 12-, and 15-day-old fetuses implanted into the spinal cord of adult rats was studied over 3 months. Under deep Chloropent anesthesia, a 0.5 X 1.0-mm square of fetal cortex or a 1.0-mm segment of fetal spinal cord was implanted subpially between the left dorsal column and the dorsal horn of 70 adult(More)
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