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Xenon and iodine enhanced dynamic computerized tomography (CT) have been used experimentally to obtain both qualitative and quantitative information on local cerebral blood flow in both normal and infarcted tissue. Direct comparisons between Xenon enhancement, iodine enhancement and pathological findings demonstrate significant differences between results(More)
Functional stereotaxic neurosurgery has traditionally required definition of the line between the anterior and posterior commissures as the basis for defining the target site for a procedure such as stereotaxic thalamotomy. While axial computed tomographic (CT) imaging precisely defines the third ventricle and the commissures, the planes of the axial images(More)
(1999) Abnormal photoresponses and light-induced apoptosis in rods lacking rhodopsin kinase. (2001) Multiple phosphorylation of rhodopsin and the in vivo chemistry underlying rod photoreceptor dark adaptation. (2004). Visual pigment phosphorylation but not transducin translocation can contribute to light adaptation in zebrafish cones. (2005). Lightdependent(More)
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