Download PDF by Nicholas A Ingoglia, Marion Murray: Axonal Regeneration in the Central Nervous System

By Nicholas A Ingoglia, Marion Murray

ISBN-10: 058543980X

ISBN-13: 9780585439808

ISBN-10: 082470410X

ISBN-13: 9780824704100

New Jersey clinical School-UMDNJ, Newark. Summarizes the present kingdom of study into regeneration of axoms within the relevant worried process of vertebrates. For uncomplicated neuroscientists, scientific neurologists, surgeons, and actual therapists.

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This aroused a sense of urgency about the necessity of pushing progress in the field, independent of the scientific priorities. It also energized the efforts of the patients and concerned lay people. A number of such voluntary groups subsequently materialized, anxious to attract scientists to the problem of spinal cord injury, and determined to raise funds to facilitate their research. S. Veterans Administration, and the Social Rehabilitation Service of the Department of Health, Education and Welfare.

1997) and seems to also mediate axon fasciculation in the embryonic eye (H. Ott, M. O. Stuermer, unpublished observations). Strikingly different from the above IgSF members which basically mark all differentiating RGCs is the expression pattern of TAG-l. , 1999). TAG1 antibodies selectively label nasal axons in the optic nerve and tract. This implies that TAG-l in zebrafish embryos is involved in defining position dependent differences perhaps with consequences for RGC growth cone navigation and targeting in the tectum.

Sperry RW (1947) Nature of functional recovery following regeneration of the oculomotor nerve in amphibians. Anat Ret 97: 293-3 16. Sperry RW (1950) Myotypic specifictty in teleost motoneurons. J Comp Neural 93: 277288 Sperry RW (1955) Functional regeneration in the optic system. In: Regeneration rn the Central Nervous System (Windle WF, ed), pp 66-76. Springfield: Thomas CC. Sperry RW (1959) The growth of nerve circuits. 5): 68-75. Sperry RW (1963) Chemoaffinity in the orderly growth of nerve fiber patterns and connections.

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