Su-Ann Lim

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UNLABELLED INTRODUCTION Optic neuritis, although uncommon, can be the initial presentation of Sjögren's syndrome. Coexisting Sjögren's syndrome has also been reported with neuromyelitis optica spectrum disorder. This case report highlights the association between the two diseases and the importance of rheumatological and neurological evaluations in(More)
The ability of pre- and postsynaptic populations to achieve the proper convergence ratios during development is especially critical in topographically mapped systems such as the retinotectal system. The ratio of retinal ganglion cells to their target cells in the optic tectum can be altered experimentally either by early partial tectal ablation, which(More)
The coexistence of cholecystokinin- and tyrosine hydroxylase-like immunoreactivities within neurons of the rat ventral mesencephalon was analyzed by using an indirect immunofluorescence technique for the simultaneous demonstration of two antigens in the same tissue section. A high degree of colocalization was observed in the substantia nigra pars compacta,(More)
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