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Direct routes of gene administration (intrathecal, intracerebroventricular or intraparenchymal infusion) have been used for effective and sustained gene delivery, but serious concerns exist about possible traumatic injury as well as neural damage that may lead to further tissue necrosis,...
Cognitive and neuroscience studies indicate that attentional operations are impaired in Alzheimer's disease (AD). Our goal was to define the anatomical areas of activation associated with visual attention processing and to define deficits or changes that may occur in AD patients compared with...
Hippocampal neurogenesis declines steadily over the first year of life in the rodent, but the process persists into senescence despite a dramatic drop in the number of neurons it produces. At this point though, the survival and development patterns exhibited by new granule cells in the aging...
The recovery of ‘gestural’ speech information via the engagement of mirror neurons has been suggested to be the key agent in stuttering inhibition during the presentation of exogenous second speech signals. Based on this hypothesis, we expect the amount of stuttering inhibition to depend on...
Uptake of the neuromodulator d -serine by isolated larval tiger salamander ( Ambystoma tigrinum ) retinas was measured using capillary electrophoresis (CE). Excised retinas were incubated in Ringer's solution in the presence of 5 μM d -serine. The supernatant was removed after 30 min, mixed with...
Long-standing overt ventriculomegaly in adults (LOVA) is a clinical entity characterized by chronic hydrocephalus with infant onset, slow evolution and clinical disturbances during adulthood. Few cases are reported in literature describing the evident contrast between the severity of...
In this study we investigated the effects of brain-derived neurotrophic factor (BDNF) and neurotrophin-3 on mRNA levels of TrkB and TrkC receptors. We used an expression system to supply developing chicks with the neurotrophic factor and then analysed the receptor mRNA levels at embryonic day 8...
Exposure of the brain to a sublethal insult can protect against a subsequent brain injury. Hypoxic preconditioning induces tolerance to hypoxic–ischemic injury in neonatal rat brain and is associated with changes in gene and protein expression. To study the involvement of excitatory amino acid...
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