Olga Sergeevna Vinogradova

Affiliations: 
ITEB, Puschino, Russia, Pushchino, Moskovskaya oblast', Russia 
Area:
physioloogy of limbic system
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Stafekhina VS, Bragin AG, Vinogradova OS. (1995) Integration of hippocampal suspension grafts with host neocortex. Neuroscience. 64: 643-51
Bragin A, Takács J, Vinogradova O, et al. (1993) Age-related loss of GABA-positive and GABA-negative neurons in neocortical transplants. Journal of Neural Transplantation & Plasticity. 4: 53-9
Bragin AG, Vinogradova OS, Stafekhina VS. (1992) Sensory deprivation prevents integration of neocortical grafts with the host brain. Restorative Neurology and Neuroscience. 4: 279-83
Kitchigina VF, Vinogradova OS, Bragin AG. (1991) Neuronal activity of the septum transplanted into the neocortical barrel field of the rat. Restorative Neurology and Neuroscience. 2: 109-22
Bragin A, Takács J, Vinogradova O, et al. (1991) Number of GABA-immunopositive and GABA-immunonegative neurons in various types of neocortical transplants. Experimental Brain Research. 85: 114-28
Bragin A, Takács J, Vinogradova O, et al. (1991) Quantitative estimation of the ratio of GABA-immunoreactive cells in neocortical grafts. Journal of Neural Transplantation & Plasticity. 2: 235-42
Bragin AG, Bohne A, Kitchigina VF, et al. (1990) Functional integration of neurons in homotopic and heterotopic intra-cortical grafts with the host brain. Progress in Brain Research. 82: 287-300
Saifullina VN, Vinogradova OS, Zhuravleva ZN, et al. (1990) Growth of the hippocampal grafts in the rat anterior eye chamber: effects of age and strain of the recipients. Journal Fã¼R Hirnforschung. 31: 505-13
Semenova TP, Gromov EA, Grishchenko NI, et al. (1990) [Compensation in behavioral disorders in rats receiving 5,7-DHT neonatally and by transplantation of embryonic raphe nucleus tissue]. Zhurnal Vyssheä­ Nervnoä­ Deiatelnosti Imeni I P Pavlova. 40: 156-64
Bragin AG, Bone A, Vinogradova OS. (1989) Responses to electrical stimulation of the recipient's brain in rat somatosensory cortical neurons transplanted into the area of vibrissa representation in the neocortex. Neuroscience and Behavioral Physiology. 19: 449-56
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