The angiogenesis of the micrencephalic rat brains caused by methylazoxymethanol acetate


The intracortical angioarchitecture of normal and micrencephalic rat brains was examined. The neuroblast migration was disturbed by injection of the neurotoxin methylazoxymethanol acetate, administered on day E14. The internal vascularization of the malformed cortex showed severe damage to the layered distribution of vascular trunks in contrast to controls… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/BF00686797


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