Jan, Polish pathologist in France, 1860-1928. See: Danysz phenomenon.
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(9.) Valastro B, Dekundy A, Krogh M, Lundblad M, James P, Danysz W, Quack G, Cenci MA.
Rylander D, Recchia A, Mela F, Dekundy A, Danysz W, Cenci MA.
Danysz, "Memantine: a NMDA receptor antagonist that improves memory by restoration of homeostasis in the glutamatergic system--too little activation is bad, too much is even worse," Neuropharmacology, vol.
Danysz, "Effects of group I metabotropic glutamate receptors blockade in experimental models of Parkinson's disease," Brain Research Bulletin, vol.
Danysz, "Effect of the Aft aggregation modulator MRZ-99030 on retinal damage in an animal model of glaucoma," Neurotoxicity Research, vol.
Glutamatergic dysfunction is implicated in the pathogenesis of ischemic stroke and DAT (Cacabelos 1999, Danysz 1999).
Vengeliene, V.; Bachteler, D.; Danysz, W.; AND SPANAGEL, R.
Lastly, NMDA receptors also require glycine, D-serine, or both as cofactors (Collingridge et al., 1988; Fadda et al., 1988; Kleckner and Dingledine, 1988; Wolosker et al., 1999; Mothet et al., 2000), providing an additional regulatory component for precise tuning of NMDA-mediated signaling and coupling of neuronal and glial activity (Danysz and Parsons, 1998; Schell, 2004).
Danysz (of the Ratin strain) was recovered from Ratin by the Danish Veterinary Laboratory in the 1920s or early 1930s.
Reitzel (Santo Domingo), Magda Danysz (Paris) and The Leisure Club Mogadishni (Copenhagen), will show provocative new work alongside returnees including Finesilver Gallery (San Antonio), Espai 292 (Barcelona), Priska C.