Suppression of programmed neuronal death by sustained elevation of cytoplasmic calcium.

Abstract

Chronic depolarization greatly increases the survival of many types of neurons in culture. In at least some cases this enhancement of survival consists of the suppression of programmed cell death, a type of death occurring in developing neurons deprived of sufficient neurotrophic factor support. Available evidence suggests that the effect of depolarization… (More)

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