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neurite

[′nu̇‚rīt]
(anatomy)
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17,11,13,34) TDP-43 pathology is visualized as abundant immunostained short neurites and intracellular inclusions in hippocampal formation, amygdala, and adjacent limbic cortices.
Neurites projecting from these cortical cells contribute to glomerular structures that are embedded within the lateral lobes (Spagnolia and Wilkens, 1983).
Blockade of NGF-induced neurite outgrowth by a dominant-negative inhibitor of the egr family oftranscription regulatory factors.
The most plausible structure reactive to the antipSer46 antibody was degenerative neurite surrounding A[beta] aggregates, which are a historically famous component of amyloid plaque but little is known about the significance and roles in the AD pathology (Fig.
For instance, test systems that evaluate neurite extension or synapse formation would not be expected to react to methylazoxymethanol (MAM), an established DNT chemical (Penschuck et al.
A few days later, the axons begin to regenerate, and the growing tips of the sprouting neurites expressed large quantities of LDLR.
To determine how neunte outgrowth was affected by different concentrations of compounds, the average neurite length was measured (using ImageJ software) on 60 neurons from six microscopic fields randomly selected per well, from three independent experiments.
2004, An NCAM-derived FGF-receptor agonist, the FGL-peptide, induces neurite outgrowth and neuronal survival in primary rat neurons.
Valproate reversibly reduces neurite outgrowth by human SY5Y neuroblastoma cells.
Automated imaging system for fast quantitation of neurons, cell morphology and neurite morphometry in vivo and in vitro.