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hippocampus

[‚hip·ə′kam·pəs]
(anatomy)
A ridge that extends over the floor of the descending horn of each lateral ventricle of the brain.

Hippocampus

[‚hip·ə′kam·pəs]
(vertebrate zoology)
A genus of marine fishes in the order Gasterosteiformes which contains the sea horses.

hippocampus

fabulous marine creature; half fish, half horse. [Rom. Myth. and Art: Hall, 154]
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3],[5] Source localization of the acute electroencephalographic (EEG) effects in AD patients,[3],[5] hippocampal c-fos and neurotrophic factor expression,[10] and hippocampal acetylcholine release in animal models [2] have been used as indicators in treatment mechanism research of acute fornix DBS.
In this study, the researchers discovered that this hippocampal PV interneuron-signaling is regulated by a GABA circuit coming from the medial septum, a cluster of neurons near the front of the brain.
22-24) TDP-43 pathology was previously recognized as a feature of hippocampal pathology in patients with HSaging, (25) but it is now recognized as extending outside of the hippocampus in HS-aging to involve other regions of the limbic system (18,25) and basal forebrain.
All patients and the control group were evaluated for the presence of a rounded hippocampus with a vertically oriented hippocampal sulcus in coronal slices as the main sign of IHI.
Overall the study concludes that drinking, even socially might cause degenerative disorders of the brain, "Alcohol consumption, even at moderate levels, is associated with adverse brain outcomes including hippocampal atrophy.
To visualize the double-projecting hippocampal neurons, Cho and Kim used a tracing method in which hippocampal neurons that project to different brain areas were labeled with fluorescence proteins with different colors.
The evident hippocampal sclerosis with signal changes on conventional MR images suggests microtissue damage at the same time.
2]S alleviated the oxidative stress-induced rat hippocampal damage through its antioxidant effects [17].
Many of these disorders are known to involve hippocampal dysfunction.
Decrease in the volume of the hippocampus is a key indicator of hippocampal atrophy.
In this study, we investigated whether yokukansan could have aneuroprotective effect against the cytotoxicity induced by treatment with CORT in primary mouse embryonic hippocampal neurons in vitro.
The current findings identify ghrelin's ability to stimulate adult hippocampal neurogenesis, the formation of new neurons, in animal models.