Relationship between inflammatory reaction and ischemic injury of caudate-putamen in rats: inflammatory reaction and brain ischemia

@article{Mu2011RelationshipBI,
  title={Relationship between inflammatory reaction and ischemic injury of caudate-putamen in rats: inflammatory reaction and brain ischemia},
  author={Shuhua Mu and Lisi Ouyang and Bingbing Liu and Huaigang Qu and Yaxi Zhu and Keyi Li and Wanlong Lei},
  journal={Anatomical Science International},
  year={2011},
  volume={86},
  pages={86-97}
}
Inflammatory response after middle cerebral artery occlusion (MCAO) has been a focus of research recently, but the effect of inflammatory cells on ischemic neurons remains unclear. In order to study the effect of the inflammatory reaction on brain ischemic injury, we observed the morphology, number and distribution of CD3-, CD8-, ED1- and ED2-positive cells systematically in the caudate-putamen of rats in a MCAO model. The present results show that all four types of inflammatory cells first… CONTINUE READING

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