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,19,21 of isolation of NSCs or NPCs from canine brain tissue; however, those studies used tissue from fetal or neonatal animals. Recently, cancer cells with stem-like properties and phenotype (cancer stem cells) were isolated from a glioblastoma in an older

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neurological and hepatic dysfunction in feline Niemann-Pick type C disease . Ped Res 2008 ; 64 : 544 – 549 . 10.1203/PDR.0b013e318184d2ce 14. Clancy RR Bergqvist AGC Dlugos DJ . Neonatal electroencephalography . In: Ebersole JS Pedley TA , eds

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determinations in cerebrospinal fluid of neonatal foals . Am J Vet Res 1994 ; 55 : 741 – 745 . 41. Reiber H . Cerebrospinal fluid—physiology, analysis and interpretation of protein patterns for diagnosis of neurological diseases . Mult Scler 1998 ; 4

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into neonatal mouse brains . Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A 1999 ; 96 : 10711 – 10716 . 10.1073/pnas.96.19.10711 29. Lee J Kuroda S Shichinohe H , Migration and differentiation of nuclear fluorescence-labeled bone marrow stromal cells after

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. Mruk AL Garlitz KL Leung NR . Levetiracetam in neonatal seizure: a review . J Pediatr Pharmacol Ther 2015 ; 20 : 76 – 89 . 7. Moore SA Munana KR Papich MG , et al. The pharmacokinetics of levetiracetam in healthy dogs following

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acidosis, recovery from cardiac arrest, and neonatal hypoxia. 1–4 Alanine is frequently considered a specific marker of meningioma and abscess, 8,10 and alanine concentrations may be increased by a unique transamination pathway associated with these

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Donaldson LL , Detection of antibodies against Sarcocystis neurona in cerebrospinal fluid from clinically normal neonatal foals . J Am Vet Med Assoc 2002 ; 220 : 208 – 211 . 10.2460/javma.2002.220.208 9. Duarte PC Daft BM Conrad PA

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establish whether those vertebral changes caused clinical signs later in life. Further support for the congenital hypothesis was provided by another study b in which abnormalities of the caudal cervical vertebrae and vertebral canal stenosis in neonatal

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