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2015) Syngap1 haploin sufficiency damages a postnatal critical period of pyramidal cell structural maturation linked to cortical circuit assembly.
Compared with age-matched WT mice, the immunofluorescence intensities of p16 in the pyramidal cells of cornu ammonis 1 (CA1) of young and aged 5XFAD mice were increased by 0.
At 17th wpi prion disease also induced significant microgliosis on pyramidal cell layer and stratum radiatum (two-tail /-tests for independent samples, p < 0.
Pyramidal cells in prefrontal cortex of primates: marked differences in neuronal structure among species.
In addition, Simvastatin (10, 20, and 40mg/kg) significantly reduced the total number of abnormal pyramidal cells in CA1 and CA3 hippocampal regions compared to the picrotoxin-alone group.
In the described regions, the nucleus profile of the pyramidal cell was found by the physical dissector systematically-randomly spaced.
Compensatory dendritic growth of CA1 pyramidal cells following growth impairment in the neonatal period.
higher expression in pyramidal cells of the CA3-CA4 region and lower expression in granular cells of the dentate gyrus, while old hippocampi did not show such a clear regional distribution, which suggests that the regulation of SCG10 expression may be impaired in the old brain.
By shutting themselves off, the interneurons block their quieting action on the excitatory pyramidal cells -- an effect that can last as long as 35 minutes, much longer than what had been seen with retrograde inhibition.
A previously developed modification of the CA3 pyramidal cell Traub model (Traub et al.
2002), estradiol induces a rapid increase in CA1 pyramidal cell dendritic spine synapse density (PSSD), a response that has been postulated to involve intermediate activation of the mitogen-activated protein (MAP) kinase cascade (Bi et al.
For instance, while a rat searches for food on a plus-shaped maze, one pyramidal cell might generate action potentials primarily when the rat is at the far end of the north arm, while another might generate action potentials primarily when the rat is in the middle of the south arm, and so on.