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Genetic ablation of VIAAT in glycinergic neurons causes a severe respiratory phenotype and perinatal death
Both glycinergic and GABAergic neurons require the vesicular inhibitory amino acid transporter (VIAAT) for synaptic vesicle filling. Presynaptic GABA concentrations are determined by the GABA synthesizing enzymes glutamate ...
Femoral nerve palsy caused by ileopectineal bursitis after total hip replacement: a case report
Introduction Infectious ileopectineal bursitis is a rare complication after total hip replacement and is associated mainly with rheumatoid arthritis. The main complications are local swelling and pain, but communication ...
JNK Isoforms Differentially Regulate Neurite Growth and Regeneration in Dopaminergic Neurons In Vitro
(Humana Press Inc, 2011)
Parkinson’s disease is characterized by selective and progressive loss of midbrain DAergic neurons (MDN) in the substantia nigra and degeneration of its nigrostriatal projections. Whereas the cellular pathophysiology has ...
Expression of constitutively active erythropoietin receptor in cortical neurons boosts higher cognitive functions in mice
Background Erythropoietin (EPO) and its receptor (EPOR) are expressed in the developing brain and their transcription is upregulated in adult neurons and glia upon injury or neurodegeneration. We have shown neuroprotective ...
The olfactory system as a model to study axonal growth patterns and morphology in vivo.
The olfactory system has the unusual capacity to generate new neurons throughout the lifetime of an organism. Olfactory stem cells in the basal portion of the olfactory epithelium continuously give rise to new sensory ...
YAP controls retinal stem cell DNA replication timing and genomic stability.
The adult frog retina retains a reservoir of active neural stem cells that contribute to continuous eye growth throughout life. We found that Yap, a downstream effector of the Hippo pathway, is specifically expressed in ...
The oligomer modulator anle138b inhibits disease progression in a Parkinson mouse model even with treatment started after disease onset.
Zbtb20 modulates the sequential generation of neuronal layers in developing cortex
Abstract Background During corticogenesis, genetic programs encoded in progenitor cells at different developmental stages and inherited in postmitotic neurons specify distinct layer and area identities. Transcription factor ...
The transcription factor Uncx4.1 acts in a short window of midbrain dopaminergic neuron differentiation
Background The homeobox containing transcription factor Uncx4.1 is, amongst others, expressed in the mouse midbrain. The early expression of this transcription factor in the mouse, as well as in the chick midbrain, points ...
CRE/CREB-Driven Up-Regulation of Gene Expression by Chronic Social Stress in CRE-Luciferase Transgenic Mice: Reversal by Antidepressant Treatment
It has been suggested that stress provokes neuropathological changes and may thus contribute to the precipitation of affective disorders such as depression. Likewise, the pharmacological therapy of depression requires ...