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Effects of Ascorbic and Dehydroascorbic Acids on Apoptotic Cell Death in Hippocampal Slice Culture

Kim EJ, Won R, Lee KH, Kim UJ, Shim I, Lee HJ, Lee BH

Ascorbic acid (AA) and dehydroascorbic acid (DHA) are known to have protective effects in experimental central nerve system disorder models such as stroke, ischemia, and epileptic seizures. The present study...
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Optimization of Wet Fixation Methods for AFM Imaging of Human Fibroblast Cells

Lee GJ, Uhm YK, Eo YH, Park JH, Lim JE, Jo TH, Kim BS, Choi SK, Oh BS, Lee MH, Park HK

We investigated the effect by the chemical fixative on human fibroblast cells (HFCs) in order to make nano-scale images using by the atomic force microscopy (AFM). The cell fixation needed...
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The Brainstem Area Postrema may Not be Involved in Lithium-induced Activation of the Hypothalamic-pituitary-adrenal Axis

Jahng JW, Spencer CM, Davidson A, Lee JH, Houpt TA

The brainstem area postrema (AP) has been suggested to be one potential site of lithium's action. In order to determine whether the AP, as a central action site of lithium,...
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A Polymorphism of Fibrinogen Beta Chain (FGB) Gene is Not Associated with Autistic Spectrum Disorder in Korean Population

Chang S, Cho AR, Kim BS, Chung JH

Evidences has been accumulated the difference of cardiovascular phenotypes in autistic spectrum disorder (ASD). To determine the genetic association between fibrinogen beta chain (FGB) gene and ASD in Korean population,...
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A Polymorphism (rs10920568, A102A) of Adenosine A1 Receptor (ADORA1) Gene is Associated with Schizophrenia in Korean Population

Hong MS, Kim BS, Kim YJ, Chung JH

Adenosine A1 receptor (ADORA1) has a neuromodulatory activity in early stage of brain development. Recent studies have been suggested that a deficit in adenosinergic function may be a key factor...
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