Structural reorganization of the dentate gyrus following entorhinal denervation: species differences between rat and mouse.

@article{Deller2007StructuralRO,
  title={Structural reorganization of the dentate gyrus following entorhinal denervation: species differences between rat and mouse.},
  author={Thomas Deller and Domenico Del Turco and Angelika A C Rappert and Ingo Bechmann},
  journal={Progress in brain research},
  year={2007},
  volume={163},
  pages={
          501-28
        }
}
Deafferentation of the dentate gyrus by unilateral entorhinal cortex lesion or unilateral perforant pathway transection is a classical model to study the response of the central nervous system (CNS) to denervation. This model has been extensively characterized in the rat to clarify mechanisms underlying denervation-induced gliosis, transneuronal degeneration of denervated neurons, and collateral sprouting of surviving axons. As a result, candidate molecules have been identified which could… CONTINUE READING
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