Studying restoration of brain function with fetal tissue grafts: Optimal models

Behavioral and Brain Sciences 18 (1):70-70 (1995)
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We concur that basic research on the use of CNS grafts is needed. Two important model systems for functional studies of grafts are ignored by Stein & Glasier. In the first, reproductive function is restored in hypogonadal mice by transplantation of GnRH-synthesizing neurons. In the second, circadian rhythmicity is restored by transplantation of the suprachiasmatic nucleus



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