Area L

To answer this question, one group each (about 1000 adult women/area) in nonpolluted areas with high (Area H) and low Cd exposure (area L) was obtained, and 742 strictly age-matched pairs of never-smoking adult women were selected for comparison. Geometric mean Cd levels as corrected for creatinine (Cdcr) was greater than three times higher in Area H (2.8 microg/g cr) than in area L (0.8 microg/g cr). Nevertheless, beta2-MGcr did not differ between the two areas (125 microg/g cr for Area H vs 118 microg/g cr for area L). alpha1-MGcr was only marginally higher in Area H (2.8 mg/g cr) than in area L (2.1 mg/g cr), with no biomedical significance.  

Rats were treated bilaterally once a day for 2 days with either intra-ventral tegmental area L-trans-pyrollidine-2,4-dicarboxylic acid (50 nmol), saline, L-trans-pyrollidine-2,4-dicarboxylic acid coadministered with the competitive N-methyl-d-aspartate antagonist (+/-)-3-(2-carboxy-piperazin-4-yl)-propyl-1-phosphonic acid; CPP, 0.5 nmol), or CPP alone (0.5 nmol; all 1.0 microl/side).  

The transcript level was also significantly elevated after imprinting in area L pallii (P=0.045), which is analogous to the mammalian auditory cortex.  

To characterize the putatively degenerating and degenerated myelinated fibers, area L in the left posterior column, corresponding to area R, was defined, and subsequently the number and size distribution of normal-appearing myelinated fibers in areas R and L were evaluated at C3, T6 and L3 in four rats.  

The objective of this study was to determine in adult goats the effects on breathing of neuronal dysfunction of this caudal VLM region (area L; caudal to rostral hypoglossal nerve rootlet). We conclude that in goats inhibitory neurons are located in area L and the lateral caudal ventral medulla..  

Auditory system nuclei containing axonal and terminal degeneration included the lateral mesencephalic nucleus, pars dorsalis, the nucleus ovoidalis, and area L of Rose in the caudal neostriatum.  

In this cortical area L-F administration was essentially associated with a decrease of power maximum for 3-8 Hz, an increased power for the 10-19 Hz band being present only after 10 mg/kg.  

First of all the smallest number of least correlated and most discriminant features is selected: SD of nuclear area Log (L), percentage of round nuclei (L), mean of the 10 largest values of nuclear area (L) and mean nuclear perimeter (L).  

The terminal area within the lateral division (referred to as area L) of the anterior dorsal ventricular ridge was sharply delimited, being situated ventrolateral to the visually oriented area D of the anterior dorsal ventricular ridge (Balaban and Ulinski, '81), medial to the lateral cortex, and ventral to the pallial thickening (motor pallium of Johnston, '16).  

The purpose of our study was to determine the cardiorespiratory effects of exciting cell bodies at the rostral (area M), intermediate (area S), and caudal (area L) chemosensitive sites on the ventral surface of the medulla.  

This band is contiguous rostrally with the callosal terminations in area L that extend caudomedially onto the medial wall of the hemisphere.  

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