Pre-exposure to subtoxic levels prevents kainic acid lesions in organotypic hippocampal slice cultures: effects of kainic acid on parvalbumin-immunoreactive neurons and expression of heat shock protein 72 following the induction of tolerance.

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The effects of kainic acid on the survival of principal neurons and parvalbumin-immunoreactive (PARV-IR) neurons, and on the expression of heat shock protein 72 immunoreactivity (HSP72-IR) were investigated in organotypic hippocampal slice cultures. Untreated cultures displayed an organotypic organization and the development and morphology of PARV-IR… (More)

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@article{Best1996PreexposureTS, title={Pre-exposure to subtoxic levels prevents kainic acid lesions in organotypic hippocampal slice cultures: effects of kainic acid on parvalbumin-immunoreactive neurons and expression of heat shock protein 72 following the induction of tolerance.}, author={Nick Best and Lars E. Sundstrom and Jonathan Mitchell and H. V. Wheal}, journal={The European journal of neuroscience}, year={1996}, volume={8 6}, pages={1209-19} }