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However, in the 200 mg/kg GLe-treated group, a significant increase in number of BrdU +/NeuN + cells (17.0 [+ or -] 1.5 cells/section) was observed in the SGZ, and some of them were detected in the granule cell layer [Figure 3]g, [Figure 3]h, [Figure 3]i, [Figure 3]j.{Figure 3}
NPCs were predominately located at the injection location--surrounding the hippocampal fissure near the molecular layer of the dentate gyrus, without evidence of integration into the granule cell layer (Figure 2(e)).
Axons of granule cells in the DG, often referred to as mossy fibers, project to the CA3 through the hilus of the DG and make contact with pyramidal cells in the CA3, forming the DG-CA3 circuit.
In line with these observations, perforant path stimulation and field potential recordings of granule cells in vivo in urethane-anesthetized NL1 KO mice revealed strongly reduced synaptic responses upon the activation of glutamatergic perforant path granule cell inputs (Figure 2).
Patches of dense axonal network alternated with areas lacking immunostained elements in the dentate granule cell layer (Figure 2(b), [15, 17-19]).
(1971) Neuron-glia relationship during granule cell migration in developing cerebellar cortex--Golgi and electronmicroscopic study in Macacus Rhesus.
Wang, "Morphological and biochemical changes during programmed cell death of rat cerebellar granule cells," Neurochemical Research, vol.
The images of both the wild type and +/Lc cerebella are taken at the same magnification, but the +/Lc cerebella is smaller at P15 and dramatically reduced in size by P25 compared to WT because of ongoing (and by P25, extensive) +/Lc Purkinje and granule cell death.
Forty-seven cases were described and the newer forms of PML were observed, such as inflammatory PML (three patients, 6%) and JCV granule cell neuronopathy (four patients, 9%).
Results of the study were published in the March 30, 2007, issue of Neuroscience under the title "Environmental Lead Exposure During Early Life Alters Granule Cell Neurogenesis and Morphology in the Hippocampus of Young Adult Rats." The study was supported by a grant from the National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences.
There is a region of tissue just under the granule cell layer in which new neurons constantly are being generated.