Changes in the Activity of the Ciliary Apparatus of Ependymal Cells in the Midbrain Cerebral Aqueduct Induced by a Number of Cerebrospinal Fluid Neurotransmitters


Studies of the effects of neurotransmitter amino acids on the motor activity of the ciliary apparatus of ependymal cells of the midbrain cerebral aqueduct in neonatal white mice showed that addition of glutamate, GABA-aminobutyric acid, glycine, and taurine to the culture medium induced slowing and then complete cessation of the activity of the ciliary… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/s11055-011-9536-0


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