Regional brain variations of cytochrome oxidase activity in Relnrl‐orl mutant mice

@article{Strazielle2006RegionalBV,
  title={Regional brain variations of cytochrome oxidase activity in Relnrl‐orl mutant mice},
  author={C. Strazielle and K. Hayzoun and M. Derer and J. Mariani and Robert Lalonde},
  journal={Journal of Neuroscience Research},
  year={2006},
  volume={83}
}
  • C. Strazielle, K. Hayzoun, +2 authors Robert Lalonde
  • Published 2006
  • Medicine, Biology
  • Journal of Neuroscience Research
  • Cell malpositioning has been described in laminated structures of the spontaneous mutation, reeler, including the cerebellum, the hippocampus, and the neocortex. Despite the ectopic positions of different neuronal populations, the specificity of synaptic connections is maintained. The metabolic consequences of this form of neuropathology were examined in Relnrl mutant mice by quantitative measures of cytochrome oxidase (CO) activity, a mitochondrial enzyme essential for oxidative metabolism in… CONTINUE READING
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