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Immunohistochemical analysis of sensory cerebrovascular axons in the adult rat
Debby Theodora Ondris
Written in English
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Topp KS, Tanner KD, Levine JD. Damage to the cytoskeleton of large diameter sensory neurons and myelinated axons in vincristine-induced painful peripheral neuropathy in the rat. J Comp Neurol. ; – Vergara C, Ramirez B, Behrens MI. Colchicine alters apamin receptors, electrical activity, and skeletal muscle by: Photomicrographs showing the MABpositive cells in the boundary zone of the lesion area in the rats treated with 1 × 10 6 hMSCs (A, B) and 2 × 10 6 hMSCs (C, D).Injury cavity is visible on the left (A, C) with MABpositive cells seen in the boundary area (inset) magnified in B and D to show the cells (arrow) more ns stained with 3,3′-diaminobenzidine staining by:
Calcitonin gene-related peptide (CGRP) is a protein found in a variety of dorsal ganglion cells, including unmyelinated afferent C-fibers and lightly myelinated afferent Aδ fibers. 18, 19, 20 In Cited by: sensory axons than in motor axons (Bostock & Rothwell, ). In addition, sensory axons have been reported toaccommodate more to long-lasting hyperpolarizing currents than motor axons, suggesting greater expression of the hyperpolarization-activated cation current (I H) responsible for inward rectification in axons (Bostock et al. ).Cited by:
DCC and its ligand, netrin-1, are essential for neural development and are expressed by neurons in the adult CNS. Kennedy and colleagues report that DCC and netrin-1 are enriched at synapses. To investigate its possible roles in plasticity, they selectively deleted DCC from neurons in adult mice. Their findings demonstrate that DCC is essential for maintenance of mature dendritic spine Cited by: Assessment of the rate of spinal motor axon regeneration by choline acetyltransferase immunohistochemistry following sciatic nerve crush injury in mice Laboratory investigation Qiuju Yuan Ph.D. 1, Huanxing Su Ph.D. 5, Kin Chiu Ph.D. 2, Zhi-Xiu Cited by: 3.
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Injured olfactory sensory neurons are also replaceable. In this study, we investigated cellular differentiation and growth of sensory neurons in the rat's olfactory epithelium after nerve transection by using immunohistochemical staining with polyclonal or monoclonal anti-olfactory marker protein (OMP), anti-c-jun protein and anti-p53 protein by: 6.
Robust Regeneration of Adult Sensory Axons in Degenerating White Matter of the Adult Rat Spinal Cord Stephen J. Davies, David R. Goucher, Catherine Doller, and Jerry Silver Department of Neurosciences, Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine, Cleveland, Ohio We have recently reported that minimally disturbed adult CNSCited by: Immunohistochemistry is a process for detecting antigens (i.e.
proteins) in tissue sections by using primary antibodies which bind specifically to the antigens of histochemistry was pioneered by J.R. Marrack in when he determined that antibodies could localize antigens with great specificity ing insome of the first in vitro studies using fluorescent Cited by: 3.
The results present evidence for a diminution in the sympathetic control of the urinary tract in aged rats. The pattern and density of CGRP-immunoreactive nerves was unchanged in the aged animals suggesting that pelvic visceral sensory innervation Cited by: 1.
Introduction. Neuronal rearrangements underlie many examples of functional recovery after injury, yet little is known about the factors that regulate such plasticity and few models permit assessment of remodeling of mature uninjured have focused on the plasticity of adult cerebrovascular axons following in vivo intracerebroventricular infusion of nerve growth factor (NGF).Cited by: 9.
Following chemical assay, measurable amounts of met-enkephalin (ENK), an endogenous opiate peptide, are found in dorsal root ganglia (DRG) 10, 11, and a significant number of DRG cells contain the mRNA for the other hand, very few or no DRG cells are immunostained for ENK 4, 8, 10, 13, 15; and, following dorsal rhizotomy ENK, measured by immunostaining or chemical analysis, is Cited by: We report that spinal cord NPCs grafted into the injured adult rat spinal cord self-assemble organotypic, dorsal horn-like domains.
regenerating adult host sensory axons Cited by: Effects of NTFs on dorsal root regeneration into spinal cord. Axotomized central axons of DRG neurons show limited regeneration in adults, and most end as dilated terminals within a thickened glial-limiting membrane that forms at the dorsal root entry zone (24, 25, 33).Cited by: Pure axons (free of glia and neuronal cell body contaminants) that grow on the bottom surface of the filter can be collected for biochemical analyses or can be fixed in situ and examined by immunocytochemical techniques 9.
The procedure relies on the use of embryonic sensory Cited by: 9. The adult mammalian brain maintains a prominent stem cell niche in the subventricular zone supplying new neurons to the olfactory bulb.
We examined the dynamics of synaptogenesis by imaging the formation and elimination of clusters of a postsynaptic marker (PSD95), genetically targeted to adult-born neurons. We imaged in vivo adult-born periglomerular neurons (PGNs) during two Cited by: Axonal branching is a key process in the establishment of circuit connectivity within the nervous system.
Molecular-genetic studies have shown that a specific form of axonal branching—the bifurcation of sensory neurons at the transition zone between the peripheral and the central nervous system—is regulated by a cyclic guanosine monophosphate (cGMP)-dependent signaling cascade which is Cited by: 6.
We have studied the cellular composition of the subplate in developing mouse and human cortex by retrograde axon tracing, cell birthdating, and immunohistochemical analysis of specific markers.
Visualization of peripheral nervous system axons and cell bodies is important to understand their development, target recognition, and integration into complex circuitries. Numerous studies have used protein gene product (PGP) [a.k.a. ubiquitin carboxy-terminal hydrolase L1 (UCHL1)] expression as a marker to label sensory neurons and their by: (1A, top): Sections A and A used in SEM dentinal tubule analysis and surface imaging of cementum, taken from an erupted male narwhal tusk; (1B, bottom): Pulp sections used in immunohistochemistry analysis.
An intact dental pulp was extracted from a narwhal tusk harvested near redundant text Kakiat Point, Arctic Bay, Baffin Island, in [72N 40′ ″, 86W 41′ ″]. On the presence of neurotrophin p75 receptor on rat sympathetic cerebrovascular nerves On the presence of neurotrophin p75 receptor on rat sympathetic cerebrovascular nerves Loesch, Andrzej; Cowen, Tim Although the presence of neurotrophin p75 receptor on sympathetic nerves is a well-recognised feature, there is still a scarcity of details of the distribution.
Sensory physiology, anatomy and immunohistochemistry of Rohon‐Beard neurones in embryos of Xenopus by: In the immunohistochemical analysis, antibodies against T cell receptor αβ (R73), macrophage and microglia (0X42), MHC class II antigens (0X6), CD4 (W3/25), CD8 (0X8), NK cell (), B cell (RLN-9D3), T cell receptor (TCR) Vβ (R78), TCR Vβ (B73) and TCR Vβl0 (G) were used.
At the early stage of both isogeneic and xenogeneic. Spontaneous regeneration of adult rat retinal ganglion cell axons in vivo.
NeuroReport (). Spontaneous regeneration of cut axons in adult rat brain. Sprouting of ipsilateral retinal projections in the optic system of the albino : D.
Ross and G. Das. Ramon-Cueto A, Plant GW, Avila J, Bunge MB. Long-distance axonal regeneration in the transected adult rat spinal cord is promoted by olfactory ensheathing glia transplants. J Neurosci. ; – Rank MM, Li X, Bennett DJ, Gorassini MA.
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Coexistence of calcitonin gene-related peptide and substance P-like peptide in single cells of the trigeminal ganglion of the rat: immunohistochemical analysis.
Read 38 answers by scientists with 27 recommendations from their colleagues to the question asked by Luis Querol on ing that sensory axons accommodate more to prolonged and strong hyperpolarising currents than motor.7, Recent studies suggest that these conclusions need to be re-interpreted,16 With an updated model of the motor axon and a new model of sensory axons, Howells et al examined the responses of subjects using the “Trond” pro.The tooth has an unusual sensory system that converts external stimuli predominantly into pain, yet its sensory afferents in teeth demonstrate cytochemical properties of non-nociceptive neurons.
This review summarizes the recent knowledge underlying this paradoxical nociception, with a focus on the ion channels involved in tooth pain. The expression of temperature-sensitive ion channels has Cited by: 1.