Comparison of Brain Maturation among Species: An Example in Translational Research Suggesting the Possible Use of Bumetanide in Newborn

@inproceedings{Pressler2013ComparisonOB,
  title={Comparison of Brain Maturation among Species: An Example in Translational Research Suggesting the Possible Use of Bumetanide in Newborn},
  author={Ronit M. Pressler and St{\'e}phane Auvin},
  booktitle={Front. Neurol.},
  year={2013}
}
Using neurogenesis as a criterion, it has been shown that E18 and E21 rat brain match with week 8–9 and week 15–16 after fertilization in the human embryo, respectively (Bayer et al., 1993). But the timing of neurogenesis differs substantially across brain regions increasing the challenge to compare brain maturation between species. Moreover, most of the neuronal/astrocytic migration ends at 20 weeks of gestation (WG) in humans while this process is mainly observed between E19 and E21 in rats… CONTINUE READING
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Pressler is partially supported by funding from the (European Community’s) Seventh Framework Program (FP7/2007-2013) under grant agreement

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