Rats were observed from postnatal day 1 to 25 for the age of the appearance of physiological markers (pinna detachment, inscisor's eruption, eye opening) and acquisition of reflexes (surface righting, visual placing, reflex suspension, negative geotaxis).
What does PD1 stand for?
PD1 stands for Postnatal Day 1
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- Path Discovery & Validation Working Group (Federal PKI Policy Authority)
- Photosensitivity Dermatitis/Actinic Reticuloid Syndrome
- population doublings per day
- Placebo Dentifrice Followed by Fluoride Rinse
- Portland Domino/Notes Users Group
- Program Development/Project Execution
- Pulse Doppler with Spectral Analysis
- Problem Determination / Troubleshooting
- Perfect Dark Zero (video game)
- Parallel Data 1
- Precursor D1 Protein (biochemistry)
- Programmed Death 1 (molecule)
- Point Correlation Dimension (algorithm)
- Procurement Desktop - Defense
- Protein Domain 3 (molecular virology)
- Process Definition for Java
- Packaging and Design Association, Europe
- Packet Downlink Assignment (GPRS)
- Painting and Decorating Association (Warwickshire, UK)
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5wk or 9wk forebrain, at passage 4-28, labelled with Bromo-deoxy-uridine (1uM, 48 hours), were transplanted to the postnatal day 1 (P1) rat CNS, in either the hippocampus, striatum, midbrain, cerebellum or spinal cord.