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NO mediates microglial response to acute spinal cord injury under ATP control in vivo

Glia

May 15, 2010

Payam DibajFrank Kirchhoff

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To understand the pathomechanisms of spinal cord injuries will be a prerequisite to develop efficient therapies. By investigating acute lesions of spinal cord white matter in anesthetized mice with fluorescently labeled microglia and axons using in vivo two-photon laser-scanning microsc...read more

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NO mediates microglial response to acute spinal cord injury under ATP control in vivo

Glia

May 15, 2010

Payam DibajFrank Kirchhoff

PMID: 20468054

DOI: 10.1002/glia.20993

Abstract

To understand the pathomechanisms of spinal cord injuries will be a prerequisite to develop efficient therapies. By investigating acute lesions of spinal cord white matter in anesthetized mice with fluorescently labeled microglia and axons using in vivo two-photon laser-scanning microsc...read more

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