In article <00986C70.E0A582E0.86 at hal.hahnemann.edu>, aston at HAL.HAHNEMANN.EDU ("G
ARY ASTON-JONES, PH.D.") writes:
>We found NADPH (putative NOS+) cells in cerebellum after injury.
>The NADPH+ cells exhibted degeneration signs. It is possible
>that NOS is involved in neuonal degenration, both from that study
>but also others referenced in our paper, which is:
>1. Chen S, Aston-Jones G. Cerebellar injury induces NADPH diaphorase in Pu
>and inferior olivary neurons in the rat. Exp. Neurol. (1994) 126:270-276.
>>Holloway (1992, Dec.) - Unlikely Messengers - How do nerve cells communicate?
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reported that nitric oxide was connected to long term potentiation.
This suggest that high doses would result in degenration and permanent
memory storage. Ron Blue