intracerebral

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in·tra·cer·e·bral

 (ĭn′trə-sə-rē′brəl, -sĕr′ə-)
adj.
Occurring or situated within the cerebrum: an intracerebral hemorrhage.

in′tra·cer·e′bral·ly adv.

intracerebral

(ˌɪntrəˈsɛrɪbrəl; ˌɪntrəsəˈriːbrəl)
adj
existing, occurring, or located within the cerebrum
ˌintraˈcerebrally adv
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Adj.1.intracerebral - within the brain
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Mice were anesthetized and inoculated intracerebrally with 20 [micro]L of a 1% brain homogenate.
ii) Insect bioassay: Toxorhynchites splendens mosquito larvae were inoculated intracerebrally, incubated for 7-10 days at 29[degrees]C and then tested by the indirect immuno-fluorescence assay (IFA) on head squeeze preparations (Toxo-IFA).
Five suckling mice less than one week old were inoculated intracerebrally with 0.
A portion of each brain was also injected intracerebrally into Swiss albino mice to isolate the viral agent.
1992, The acute neurotoxicity and effects upon cholinergic axons of intracerebrally injected beta-amyloid in the rat brain.
iii) Susceptibility of mice at different age groups: both infant and adult mice inoculated intracerebrally (ic), became sick on the 3rd day PI and died either on 4th or 5th day PI.
During the study, the researchers exposed 14 cynomolgus macaques orally or intracerebrally to CWD.
Intracerebrally released vasopressin and oxytocin: measurement, mechanisms and behavioural consequences.
5) If subarachnoid adhesions are present, air may travel intracerebrally and create a pneumocele, or it may travel through the foramina of Luschka and Magendie into the ventricular system.
Intracerebrally NE is a neurotransmitter, which is low in hyperadrenergic states such as hypertension or distress.
intrathecally or intracerebrally, is an effective method of delivery but carries significant risks in terms of infection as well as being invasive and unpleasant for the patient.
It was inoculated intracerebrally according to procedures previously described (20,22).