Depending on a child’s age group, maturity, and size, the test may be done as the child is sedated. Electroencephalography . EEGs frequently are accustomed to detect circumstances that affect human brain function, such as epilepsy, seizure disorders, and brain injury. Brain cells communicate by electrical impulses, and an EEG measures and records these impulses to detect anything abnormal. The task isn’t painful but children often do not like the electrodes being put on their heads. A technician arranges many electrodes at particular sites on the head, fixing them in place with sticky paste.Representive CFSE dilution peaks of the OT-I Tcell population.Full size imageBatf3-dependent DCs are efficiently depleted in atherosclerotic batf3 mice were lethally irradiated and received bone marrow from CD45.1 mice. Without induction of atherosclerosis, dendritic cells in the aortas of the transplanted mice were very scarce , and they were completely ablated 4 days after irradiation treatment . In addition, we could show by flow cytometry that 6 weeks after irradiation, only 1.3 percent of immune cells in the vessel wall are CD45.2 positive , they were almost exclusively CD45 instead.1 positive, demonstrating effective reconstitution of the resident immune cells in the vessel wall by donor cells .