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Effect of preliminary neurosensitization of rats on postnatal development of the cerebral cortex in the progeny

  • G. F. Konokotina
Experimental Biology
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Abstract

The cerebral cortex of young rats aged 30 days born of animals previously neurosensitized with homologous cerebral cortical antigens and of intact animals was investigated. A decrease in the width of the sensomotor area was found compared with the control, mainly on account of the lower layers; the cell bodies of the large neurons were reduced in size in layer V, their cytoplasm was incompletely developed, and the accumulation of basophilic material in the cytoplasm was retarded.

Key Words

preliminary neurosensitization progeny cerebral cortex postnatal development 

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© Plenum Publishing Corporation 1978

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