Neocortical transplants in the rat brain: an ultrastructural study
Electron microscopic analysis of neocortical transplants in the cerebellum of the host animals showed that the nerve cells, glial cells, and neuropil of the transplants were normal. These transplants showed anatomical integration with the host brain through various regions of interface. Neuropil interfaces were found to have a high density of synaptic profiles, and medullary interfaces had a very small number of synaptic profiles.
KeywordsGlial Cell Microscopic Analysis Nerve Cell Ultrastructural Study Electron Microscopic Analysis
Unable to display preview. Download preview PDF.
- 2.Das, G.D., T.-I.-T.J. Life Sci.4 (1974) 93.Google Scholar
- 3.Das, G.D., in: Advances in Neurology, vol. 12, p. 181. Ed. G.W. Kreutzberg Raven Press, New York 1975.Google Scholar
- 9.Das, G.D., in: Spinal Cord Reconstruction, p. 367. Eds C.C. Kao, R.P. Bunge and P.J. Reier. Raven Press, New York 1983.Google Scholar
- 10.Das, G.D., in: Neural Tissue Transplantation Research, p. 1. Eds R.B. Wallace and G.D. Das. Springer, Berlin-Heidelberg-New York 1983.Google Scholar