Kainate-induced brain lesion: similar local and remote histopathological and molecular changes as in ischemic brain infarct.

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Cerebral ischemia/hypoxia induces histopathological changes characterized by nuclear and cytoplasmic condensation and sustained c-fos expression. The ischemic changes are thought to be initiated by excessive glutamate released by the ischemic neurons. However, no comparative study has been made between the pathological and molecular changes caused by local… (More)

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@article{Liu1996KainateinducedBL, title={Kainate-induced brain lesion: similar local and remote histopathological and molecular changes as in ischemic brain infarct.}, author={H. M. Liu and Ding Lei and D. L. Yang}, journal={Journal of neuropathology and experimental neurology}, year={1996}, volume={55 7}, pages={787-94} }