Cerebellar injury induces NADPH diaphorase in Purkinje and inferior olivary neurons in the rat.


NADPH diaphorase (NADPH-D) histochemistry was examined following cerebellar lesions induced by stab or knife cuts. A population of Purkinje cells adjacent to the injury became NADPH-D positive after either type of lesion. These cells appeared by 3 days postlesion and were still seen after 6 weeks. Somata of reactive cells shrank gradually and were reduced… (More)


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