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Our research work, which has led us to discovering the new cerebral cell, has started 30 years ago. An important moment was the year 1986, when we have highlighted it for the first time, during a study upon the clarification of some undiscovered aspects of cerebral atherosclerosis. In 2006 we have initiated the publishing of our results at three congresses(More)
This study is to understand the nature and functional significance of the activated cell death programs and rehabilitation signs during late vascular changes after brain injury. We used light and transmission electron microscopy to describe changes of cells within the vascular endothelium and tunica media of the cortical arteries four weeks after(More)
The authors analyzed by transmission electron microscopy the modifications of plasmalemma and nuclear envelope in the cerebral arterial wall in humans. Their ultrastructural observations are performed on the tunica media and endothelium. During autoschizis, some smooth muscle cells showed deep invaginations of the nuclear envelope with multiple craters that(More)
The authors analyzed by transmission electron microscopy (TEM) neurosurgical samples obtained from patients with cerebral tumors, neurotrauma, cerebral ischemia, Moyamoya disease, encephalitis, etc. Their observations concern a variety of dying cell types by different programmed death pathways, including apoptosis, paraptosis, autophagy, autoschizis,(More)
This paper presents a software application that can be used to secure existing web services, regardless of the language they were developed in and without any modification to the original source code. Thus, it can be used to expose internal services to external networks, in a secure way. Web service methods can be accessed based on the userpsilas rights.(More)
This paper presents some options of including Open Source Intelligence (OSINT) reports in Business to Business (B2B) platforms. Different approaches are investigated with a focus on the business needs for OSINT and an example is given in the form of the current implementation inside the “Cloud.ro” B2B platform.
AIM This cytohistopathological study was performed for a better knowledge of phenotypes derived from pluripotent stem cells, as well as for precise location of stem cells within the vascular niche in the brain. METHODS We used light and transmission electron microscopy to demonstrate the presence of stem cells in the vascular wall of microvessels in the(More)