Binucleated neurons in the central nervous system of the laboratory animals

Abstract

Binucleated neurons were studied in the central nervous system of the rat and the rabbit. They were present in the young as well as the adult animals. The animals injected with thymidine-H3 during their embryonic development showed labelled binucleated neurons. It is suggested that the neurons become binucleated during neuroembryogenesis, and differentiate into normal neurons morphologically and physiologically.

DOI: 10.1007/BF01922313

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@article{Das1977BinucleatedNI, title={Binucleated neurons in the central nervous system of the laboratory animals}, author={Gopal D. Das}, journal={Experientia}, year={1977}, volume={33}, pages={1179-1180} }