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Abstract #2945

Hypercapnic challenge, BOLD fMRI and immunohistochemistry to examine the in-vivo presence of adult neurogenesis in the sheep hypothalamus

Pierre-Marie Chevillard1, Martine Migaud1, and Nathalie Just1
1NhyRVana, INRAE, Nouzilly, France

In the present work, we used hypercapnia measured with BOLD fMRI in ewes responding to photoperiodism to obtain a potential in-vivo marker of the presence of adult neurogenesis in their hypothalamus. Immunohistochemical methods were also used to analyse the relationships between blood vessels and Sox2 stained neural stem cells.

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