Quantitative analysis of survival of hypoglossal neurons in neonatally nerve-injured rats: Correlation with milk intake

Tongue movement innervated by the hypoglossal (XII) nerve is essential for the survival of neonatal rats. The pups with bilateral XII nerve resection failed to suckle milk and did not survive, and the pups with unilateral XII nerve resection showed disturbed suckling capability and lower survival rates.

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