• Biology, Medicine
  • Published in Chirurgia 2013

Apoptosis, paraptosis, necrosis, and cell regeneration in posttraumatic cerebral arteries.

@article{Dnil2013ApoptosisPN,
  title={Apoptosis, paraptosis, necrosis, and cell regeneration in posttraumatic cerebral arteries.},
  author={Leon Dănăilă and Irinel Popescu and Viorel Pais and Dan Riga and Sorin Riga and Eszter Pais},
  journal={Chirurgia},
  year={2013},
  volume={108 3},
  pages={
          319-24
        }
}
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 craniocerebral traumatism. Within tunica media of the posttraumatic damaged artery, apoptotic and paraptotic phenotypes were identified as well as… CONTINUE READING

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