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Experimental cerebral infarction in primates: regional changes in brain histamine content

Journal of Neural Transmission

Jan 1, 1981

Natarajan SubramanianJean Marie Abraham

PMID: 7241117

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Histamine levels in different regions of the brain in the primate Macaca Radiata were studied following experimental infarction induced in the basal ganglia by coagulation of the middle cerebral artery. In the basal ganglia an elevation of histamine level was seen probably due to prolif...read more

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Salicylhydroxamic acid
Macaca radiata
Histamine Measurement
Posterior Choroidal Artery Infarction
Basal Ganglia
Blood Coagulation
Claustral Structure
Entire Basal Nuclei
Structure of Middle Cerebral Artery
Organum Vasculosum Laminae Terminalis
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Experimental cerebral infarction in primates: regional changes in brain histamine content

Journal of Neural Transmission

Jan 1, 1981

Natarajan SubramanianJean Marie Abraham

PMID: 7241117

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Abstract

Histamine levels in different regions of the brain in the primate Macaca Radiata were studied following experimental infarction induced in the basal ganglia by coagulation of the middle cerebral artery. In the basal ganglia an elevation of histamine level was seen probably due to prolif...read more

Mentioned in this Paper

Salicylhydroxamic acid
Macaca radiata
Histamine Measurement
Posterior Choroidal Artery Infarction
Basal Ganglia

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  • Citations13
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  • Citations13
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