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What does CLE stand for?

CLE stands for conditioning lesion effect


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The conditioning lesion effect was originally described by McQuarrie and Grafstein (1973) as an increase in the rate of regeneration of fibers in the sciatic nerve...
A conditioning lesion enhances sympathetic neurite outgrowth; did not abolish the conditioning lesion effect in SCG explants or dissociated cell cultures.
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Neuronal Metabolic Basis of the Conditioning Lesion Effect I. G. McQuarrie Division of Neurosurgery and Department of Developmental Genetics and Anatomy...
Conditioning lesion effect in explants from wild type and mutant animals One week after unilateral axotomy of the SCG, ipsilateral and contralateral ganglia from wild...