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Loss of trophic or activity-dependent survival signals is commonly recognized as a stimulus for neuronal apoptosis and may play a significant role in neurodegeneration. Recent data have also implicated endoplasmic reticulum (ER) stress as an important factor in some neurodegenerative conditions....
At postsynaptic densities of mouse hypoglossal motoneurons, the proportion of glycine receptors co-clustered with GABAA receptors increases from neonatal to adult animals, suggesting that mixed synapses might play a greater role in adult synaptic inhibition. We visualized the presynaptic...
The architecture of dendritic arbors is a defining characteristic of neurons and is established through a sequential but overlapping series of events involving process outgrowth and branching, stabilization of the global pattern, and synapse formation. To investigate the roles of cadherins and...
Motor neurons express particularly high levels of the AMPA receptor subunit GluR1(Q)flip (GluR1(Q)i) during the period in early postnatal life when their dendritic tree grows and becomes more branched. To investigate how GluR1-containing AMPA receptors contribute to dendrite morphogenesis, we...
The morphogen Sonic hedgehog (Shh) is expressed by the projection neurons of the retina, retinal ganglion cells (RGCs) and promotes retinal precursor cell (RPC) proliferation. To distinguish between direct and indirect effects of Hedgehog (Hh) pathway activation in the perinatal mouse retina, we...
Mutations in GJB1 , the gene encoding the gap junction protein connexin32 (Cx32), cause X-linked Charcot–Marie–Tooth disease, an inherited demyelinating peripheral neuropathy. We generated transgenic mice that express the R142W mutation in myelinating Schwann cells. The R142W mutant protein...
In order to shed light on transcriptional networks involved in adult peripheral nerve repair program, we propose for the first time an organization of the transcriptional dynamics of the mouse dorsal root ganglia (DRG) following a sciatic nerve lesion. This was done by a non-hierarchical...
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