axonal transport


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axonal transport

[ak¦sän·əl ′tranz‚pȯrt]
(neuroscience)
The movement of organelles and molecules down a nerve cell's axon to its terminals along its cytoplasmic microtubule network.
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The AB slowed down axonal transport of mitochondria and growth factor receptors, but only in neurons that produced tau and not in neurons that lacked tau.
Neuronal uptake of iron: somatopetal axonal transport and fate of cationized and native ferretin, and iron-dextran after intramuscular injections.
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All have disruption of the axonal transport system in common," Brady said.
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Many neurodegenerative diseases share altered microtubule function and neuronal axonal transport deficits which can be detected and quantified in the CSF of animals and humans using isotopic labeling of transported cargo proteins.
SynGenix has a rich pipeline based upon its Controlled Kinetics and Axonal Transport technology platforms.