Ferenc Gallyas

Neurosurgery  University of Pécs, Hungary, Pécs, Hungary 
"Ferenc Gallyas"
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Pál J, Gallyas F. (2014) Mechanism of the "dark" axonal degeneration in the central nervous system. IdeggyóGyáSzati Szemle. 67: 323-30
Gallyas F, Pál J, Bukovics P. (2009) Supravital microwave experiments support that the formation of "dark" neurons is propelled by phase transition in an intracellular gel system. Brain Research. 1270: 152-6
Mao H, Zhang L, Yang KH, et al. (2009) Finite element analysis of a close head axonal injury model - Relating brain tissue biomechanics to skull deformation Proceedings of the Asme Summer Bioengineering Conference, Sbc2008. 1061-1062
Gallyas F. (2008) Physicochemical mechanisms of histological silver staining and their utilization for rendering individual silver methods selective and reliable. Biotechnic & Histochemistry : Official Publication of the Biological Stain Commission. 83: 221-38
Gallyas F, Kiglics V, Baracskay P, et al. (2008) The mode of death of epilepsy-induced "dark" neurons is neither necrosis nor apoptosis: an electron-microscopic study. Brain Research. 1239: 207-15
Bukovics P, Pál J, Gallyas F. (2008) Aldehyde fixation is not necessary for the formation of "dark" neurons. Acta Neuropathologica. 116: 463-4
Gallyas F. (2007) Novel cell-biological ideas deducible from morphological observations on "dark" neurons revisited. IdeggyóGyáSzati Szemle. 60: 212-22
Kovács B, Bukovics P, Gallyas F. (2007) Morphological effects of transcardially perfused SDS on the rat brain. Biology of the Cell / Under the Auspices of the European Cell Biology Organization. 99: 425-32
Kövesdi E, Pál J, Gallyas F. (2007) The fate of "dark" neurons produced by transient focal cerebral ischemia in a non-necrotic and non-excitotoxic environment: neurobiological aspects. Brain Research. 1147: 272-83
Gallyas F, Gasz B, Szigeti A, et al. (2006) Pathological circumstances impair the ability of "dark" neurons to undergo spontaneous recovery. Brain Research. 1110: 211-20
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