Kindling induced changes in calmodulin kinase II immunoreactivity

@article{Bronstein1990KindlingIC,
  title={Kindling induced changes in calmodulin kinase II immunoreactivity},
  author={Jeff M. Bronstein and Debora B Farber and Paul E Micevych and Robert S. Lasher and Claude Guy Wasterlain},
  journal={Brain Research},
  year={1990},
  volume={524},
  pages={49-53}
}
The distribution of type II calmodulin kinase (CaM kinase) immunoreactivity was studied in control and septally kindled rat brains. CaM kinase was concentrated in limbic structures, such as the hippocampus, lateral septum and amygdala. Within the hippocampus, the molecular layer of the endal limb of the dentate gyrus, the stratum radiatum, and lacunosum moleculare of CA1 were the most heavily stained regions. The cerebellum was stained only in the molecular and Purkinje cell layers, and very… CONTINUE READING

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