Basic fibroblast growth factor protects cerebrocortical neurons against excitatory amino acid toxicity in vitro.


BACKGROUND AND PURPOSE Previous studies have shown that basic fibroblast growth factor protects against excitatory amino acid toxicity in cultured hippocampal, striatal, and cerebellar neurons. In the current study, we examined the neuroprotective effects of this growth factor on cerebrocortical neurons, which are commonly involved in thromboembolic stroke… (More)


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