Differential effects of long-term transplantation on the growth of cortical neurons containing parvalbumin or calbindin

@article{Gogelia1992DifferentialEO,
  title={Differential effects of long-term transplantation on the growth of cortical neurons containing parvalbumin or calbindin},
  author={Kh. Gogelia and J{\'o}zsef H{\'a}mori},
  journal={Experimental Brain Research},
  year={1992},
  volume={91},
  pages={477-483}
}
Numerical density and morphology of the two main GABAergic neuronal classes, the parvalbumin (PV) and calbindin- (CaBP)-containing nerve cells were investigated in long-term neocortical transplants in rats. It was observed that 4 months after the transplantation both CaBP- and PV-immunoreactive neurons survive and grow in neocortical grafts. However, the numerical density of PV cells decreased to about half of the control value (host cortex), while the density of CaBP-positive cells was 25–60… CONTINUE READING
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