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Chronic visual deprivation, from birth to adulthood, does not affect the density of estrogen-associated circuits in V1.

By Jin-Kwon Jeong (351008), Liisa A. Tremere (351010), Kaiping Burrows (351012), Ania K. Majewska (206994) and Raphael Pinaud (166368)


<p>Shown are the mean numerical densities (± S.E.) of cells that are positive for ARO-, ERα- and ERβ-positive in the V1 of control (normally-raised) and light-deprived adult mice. Data is shown for supragranular, granular and infragranular layers separately. Light-deprived animals were born and kept in complete darkness until adulthood (see Methods). No differences were detected for ARO-, ERα- or ERβ, for any cortical layers, when comparing control and chronically light-deprived animals.</p

Topics: Neuroscience, Physiology, estrogen-associated, circuits
Year: 2013
DOI identifier: 10.1371/journal.pone.0020400.g007
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