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  • v. Present participle of lesion.


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  • We found that learning ability, local field potential oscillation, and the number of cells in the procerebrum (PC) all recovered spontaneously within 1 month of bilateral lesioning of the PC.

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  • In the present study, after a 1-month recovery period post-surgical lesioning of the procerebrum we investigated whether the brain of the slug shows recovery from damage.

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  • Here we report a novel mode of regeneration which the slug's cognitive center, the procerebrum, shows after surgical lesioning in the adult.

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  • It has been previously shown that if such lesioning is performed in an animal with experimental autoimmune encephalomyelitis (EAE), a significant number of motoneurons can be rescued despite an intense inflammatory reaction.

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  • Decades earlier, in a series of now-famous experiments, Karl Lashley taught rats to find their way through a maze then tried to erase what he called "the memory trace" by lesioning different parts of the cerebral cortex.

    The Guardian World News


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