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This study explores recently identified neurons that express the protein nestin in the medial septum–diagonal band of Broca (MS–DBB) of adult rats and humans. These nestin positive neurons from MS–DBB are known to project to the hippocampus and frontal cortex of the brain. However, their...
Aquaporin-4 (AQP4) is a key molecule for maintaining water and ion homeostasis associated with neuronal activity in the central nervous system, but the roles of AQP4 in adult neurogenesis remain largely unexplored. Based on preliminary evidences over the past years, AQP4 appears to emerge as an...
Depolarization of cultured mouse cerebellar granule cells with potassium or kainate results in developmentally arrested state that includes down-regulation of GABA A receptor α1, α6 and β2 subunit expression. These subunits are normally strongly expressed in cerebellar granule cells from...
DNA stability and conformation are important in the life cycle of an organism. The DNA instability is postulated to be one of the risk factors for neuronal death in neurodegenerative disorders. Among all other risk factors, amyloid is one of the most important risk factor for neurodegeneration....
Blood platelets contain neuronal Na + -dependent glutamate transporters and are able to accomplish glutamate uptake. Applying high-KCl, we have demonstrated dose-dependent depolarization of the plasma membrane of rabbit platelets that was registered as an increase in the fluorescence of the...
The role of P2 receptors for purines/pyrimidines is not well characterized in neuroblastoma, although a variety of purinergic mRNAs/proteins are expressed in these cells. Among these, the P2Y 6 receptor is the only subtype distinguished by UDP-specific activation. In this work, after...
Ubiquitin-C-terminal hydrolase L1 (UCH-L1) is a de-ubiquitinating enzyme expressed in the brain and reproductive tissues as well as certain cancers. The hydrolase activity of UCH-L1 has been implicated in Alzheimer's disease and cancer invasion; therefore, it may represent a therapeutic target...
Several in vivo studies suggest that docosahexaenoic acid (22:6 n -3), the main n -3 long-chain polyunsaturated fatty acids (LC-PUFA) of brain membranes, could be an important regulator of brain energy metabolism by affecting glucose utilization and the density of the two isoforms of the glucose...
We have previously shown that in PC12 cells: (1) high extracellular KCl induces moesin phosphorylation, an event which was dependent on chloride channel activation, and (2) NGF induces moesin phosphorylation which is required for neurite outgrowth. These results suggest that NGF-induced...
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