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neurite

[′nu̇‚rīt]
(anatomy)
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Moreover, distribution of UVRAG in hippocampus of APP/PS1 mice is obviously concentrated in somata [Figure 4]f, which may be a result of neurite dystrophy in AD hippocampal neurons.
Immunohistochemistry for TDP-43 demonstrated a severe TDP-43 proteinopathy in limbic regions, including neuronal inclusions in hippocampal dentate granule cells and within CA1 in the form of slender neurites.
s] labeled fine neurites that form meshlike networks in the lateral and dorsal central lobes (Fig.
Blockade of NGF-induced neurite outgrowth by a dominant-negative inhibitor of the egr family oftranscription regulatory factors.
pSr46-MARCKS stains correspond to the localization of degenerative neurites surrounding amyloid aggregates.
In cultured neuronal cells, neurite outgrowth is impaired in apoE4-expressing cells and enhanced in apoE3expressing cells, as demonstrated with Robert Pitas.
First, the cells were scored as differentiated if one or more neurites had a length equal to or longer than the cell body diameter, approximate 30 [micro]m.
Automated imaging system for fast quantitation of neurons, cell morphology and neurite morphometry in vivo and in vitro.
2006 [84] Lebouvier Constipation Lewy neurites (4/5) et al.
Moreover, the functional inactivation of RAGE in neuroblastoma cells demonstrates its crucial role in the elongation of neurites rather than in neurite outgrowth [69].
Neurites maximize connections between those cells, along which electrical impulses flow to support memory, cognition, feeling, and thinking.