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Neuropsychopharmacology, ISSN 0893-133X, 10/2007, Volume 32, Issue 10, pp. 2207 - 2216
The relative roles of alcohol and thiamine deficiency in causing brain damage remain controversial in alcoholics without the Wernicke Korsakoff syndrome.... 
Alcohol | Alcohol-preferring (P) rat | Electron microscopy | MRI | Thiamine deficiency | Brain white matter | alcohol | PSYCHIATRY | FRONTAL-CORTEX | PREFERRING RAT | thiamine deficiency | WERNICKES ENCEPHALOPATHY | NEUROSCIENCES | CEREBRAL-CORTEX | BRAIN DISEASE | PERIPHERAL MYELIN | MYELIN BASIC-PROTEIN | alcohol-preferring (P) rat | ABSTINENT ALCOHOLICS | GENE-EXPRESSION | electron microscopy | SUBCORTICAL WHITE-MATTER | PHARMACOLOGY & PHARMACY | brain white matter | Wallerian Degeneration - pathology | Rats, Wistar | Central Nervous System Depressants - adverse effects | Atrophy - pathology | Nerve Fibers, Myelinated - pathology | Rats, Mutant Strains | Ethanol - adverse effects | Alcohol-Induced Disorders, Nervous System - complications | Corpus Callosum - ultrastructure | Alcoholism - complications | Alcoholism - physiopathology | Antimetabolites - pharmacology | Wallerian Degeneration - chemically induced | Thiamine Deficiency - chemically induced | Alcoholism - pathology | Wallerian Degeneration - metabolism | Nerve Fibers, Myelinated - drug effects | Rats | Corpus Callosum - drug effects | Animals | Thiamine Deficiency - pathology | Corpus Callosum - pathology | Alcohol-Induced Disorders, Nervous System - physiopathology | Atrophy - chemically induced | Thiamine Deficiency - complications | Alcohol-Induced Disorders, Nervous System - pathology | Pyrithiamine - pharmacology | Atrophy - metabolism
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Anatomia, Histologia, Embryologia, ISSN 0340-2096, 09/2019, Volume 48, Issue 5, pp. 437 - 443
Sexual dimorphism exists at all levels of the nervous system, from genetic, anatomical and system levels. The sexual dimorphism in the axonal content of the... 
corpus callosum (CC) | dimorphism | unmyelinated axons | myelinated | electron microscope | NUMBER | GENU | ANATOMY & MORPHOLOGY | SIZE | FEMALE | DENSITY | CORTEX | VETERINARY SCIENCES | SEX-DIFFERENCES | SPLENIUM | HORMONES | Ultrastructure | Animal behavior | Rodents | Sex differences | Nervous system | Gender differences | Dimorphism | Sexual dimorphism | Geographical variations | Females | Axon guidance | Corpus callosum
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Brain, ISSN 0006-8950, 2012, Volume 135, Issue 7, pp. 2245 - 2255
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by Galinowski, A and Miranda, R and Lemaitre, H and Paillère Martinot, M.-L and Artiges, E and Vulser, H and Goodman, R and Penttilä, J and Struve, M and Barbot, A and Fadai, T and Poustka, L and Conrod, P and Banaschewski, T and Barker, G.J and Bokde, A and Bromberg, U and Büchel, C and Flor, H and Gallinat, J and Garavan, H and Heinz, A and Ittermann, B and Kappel, V and Lawrence, C and Loth, E and Mann, K and Nees, F and Paus, T and Pausova, Z and Poline, J.-B and Rietschel, M and Robbins, T.W and Smolka, M and Schumann, G and Martinot, J.-L and Reed, L and Williams, S and Lourdusamy, A and Costafreda, S and Cattrell, A and Nymberg, C and Topper, L and Smith, L and Havatzias, S and Stueber, K and Mallik, C and Clarke, T.K and Stacey, D and Peng, Wong C and Werts, H and Williams, S and Andrew, C and Desrivieres, S and Zewdie, S and Häke, I and Ivanov, N and Klär, A and Reuter, J and Palafox, C and Hohmann, C and Schilling, C and Lüdemann, K and Romanowski, A and Ströhle, A and Wolff, E and Rapp, M and Brühl, R and Ihlenfeld, A and Walaszek, B and Schubert, F and Connolly, C and Jones, J and Lalor, E and McCabe, E and NíShiothcháin, A and Whelan, R and Spanagel, R and Leonardi-Essmann, F and Sommer, W and Vollstaed, Klein S and Steiner, S and Buehler, M and Stolzenburg, E and Schmal, C and Schirmbeck, F and Heym, N and Newman, C and Huebner, T and Ripke, S and Mennigen, E and Muller, K and Ziesch, V and Lueken, L and Yacubian, J and Finsterbusch, J and Bordas, N and Bricaud, Z and Massicotte, J and Lalanne, C and ... and IMAGEN Consortium and the IMAGEN Consortium
Psychological Medicine, ISSN 0033-2917, 05/2015, Volume 45, Issue 11, pp. 2285 - 2294
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NeuroImage, ISSN 1053-8119, 05/2016, Volume 132, pp. 104 - 114
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