Induction of neuronal apoptosis after prenatal irradiation in mice: an in vivo study

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Induction of neuronal apoptosis after prenatal irradiation in mice: an in vivo study. / Thyssen, Lander; Verslegers, Mieke; Benotmane, Rafi; Baatout, Sarah.

Mol, Belgium : KUL - Katholieke Universiteit Leuven, 2015. 39 p.

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title = "Induction of neuronal apoptosis after prenatal irradiation in mice: an in vivo study",
abstract = "This study aimed to provide insight into early radiation-induced brain anomalies that might be related to previously observed cognitive and behavioural malfunctions in mice prenatally irradiated with moderate to high doses of X-radiation. More specifically, a disturbance of developental processes was investigated by means of immunohistochemical techniques in prenatally irradiated mouse embryos at the onset of neurogenesis (embryonic days 11 and 15).",
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AU - Thyssen, Lander

AU - Verslegers, Mieke

AU - Benotmane, Rafi

AU - Baatout, Sarah

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AB - This study aimed to provide insight into early radiation-induced brain anomalies that might be related to previously observed cognitive and behavioural malfunctions in mice prenatally irradiated with moderate to high doses of X-radiation. More specifically, a disturbance of developental processes was investigated by means of immunohistochemical techniques in prenatally irradiated mouse embryos at the onset of neurogenesis (embryonic days 11 and 15).

KW - neurogenesis

KW - prenatal X-radiation

KW - apoptosis

KW - proliferation

KW - mouse

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