Silvana Regina de Melo

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Changes in the sinoatrial node represent the major mechanism of sudden death in humans, and because of the sparse knowledge about the effects of aging on this structure, light microscopic and quantitative studies of the sinoatrial node were undertaken. Twenty-one hearts were studied, seven rat hearts from each of the following age groups: three months of(More)
We reported that fish oil (FO) prevented the loss of spatial memory caused by transient, global cerebral ischemia (TGCI), provided the treatment covered the first days prior to and after ischemia. Continuing these studies, trained rats were subjected to TGCI, and FO was administered for 10days, with a time window of efficacy (TWE) of 4, 8 or 12h(More)
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