Has someone a citation or several and/or a clear explanation:
In adult animals (eg, mice, rats, primates, humans), can neuronal
apoptosis (from endogeous-like, pathogenic causes) occur without gliosis?
In pre-adult, postnatal humans, can neuronal apoptosis (from
endogenous-like, pathogenic causes) occur without gliosis?
Information pointing the way to answering these questions would be
appreciated -- by a person who's been reading lots of Medline abstracts
and lots of recent articles and who still finds answers to the two
questions to be quite elusive.
Teresa C. Binstock, Researcher
Developmental & Behavioral Neuroanatomy
Denver CO USA
Teresa.Binstock at uchsc.edu