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Targeting Connexin43 Expression Accelerates the Rate of Wound Repair
The repair of tissue damage is a key survival process in all organisms and involves the coordinated activation of several cell types. Cell-cell communication is clearly fundamental to this process,… Expand
Fibroblast Network in Rabbit Sinoatrial Node: Structural and Functional Identification of Homogeneous and Heterogeneous Cell Coupling
Abstract— Cardiomyocytes form a conducting network that is assumed to be electrically isolated from nonmyocytes in vivo. In cell culture, however, cardiac fibroblasts can contribute to the spread of… Expand
Altered patterns of gap junction distribution in ischemic heart disease. An immunohistochemical study of human myocardium using laser scanning confocal microscopy.
- J. Smith, C. Green, N. Peters, S. Rothery, N. Severs
- Biology, Medicine
- The American journal of pathology
- 1 October 1991
Arrhythmias are a common and potentially life-threatening complication of myocardial ischemia and infarction in humans. The structural pathways for the rapid intercellular conduction of the… Expand
The spatial distribution and relative abundance of gap-junctional connexin40 and connexin43 correlate to functional properties of components of the cardiac atrioventricular conduction system.
- R. Gourdie, N. Severs, C. Green, S. Rothery, P. Germroth, R. P. Thompson
- Biology, Medicine
- Journal of cell science
- 1 August 1993
Electrical coupling between heart muscle cells is mediated by specialised regions of sarcolemmal interaction termed gap junctions. In previous work, we have demonstrated that connexin42, a recently… Expand
Blocking connexin43 expression reduces inflammation and improves functional recovery after spinal cord injury
- Michael Cronin, P. Anderson, J. Cook, C. Green, D. Becker
- Medicine, Biology
- Molecular and Cellular Neuroscience
- 1 October 2008
After traumatic CNS injury, a cascade of secondary events expands the initial lesion. The gap-junction protein connexin43 (Cx43), which is transiently up-regulated, has been implicated in the spread… Expand
Selective disruption of gap junctional communication interferes with a patterning process in hydra.
The cells that make up the body column of hydra are extensively joined by gap junctions, capable of mediating the rapid exchange of small hydrophilic molecules between the cytoplasms of neighboring… Expand
Upregulation in astrocytic connexin 43 gap junction levels may exacerbate generalized seizures in mesial temporal lobe epilepsy
Following brain injury, and during the process of neurodegeneration, a reactive astrocytic proliferation occurs. This is accompanied by an increase in the synthesis of neuropeptides, cytokines,… Expand
Functional analysis of amino acid sequences in connexin43 involved in intercellular communication through gap junctions.
Gap junctions allow direct communication between cells without recourse to the extracellular space and have been widely implicated as important mediators of cell-cell signalling. They are constructed… Expand
Connexin43 mimetic peptide reduces vascular leak and retinal ganglion cell death following retinal ischaemia.
- H. Danesh-Meyer, N. Kerr, +5 authors C. Green
- Biology, Medicine
- Brain : a journal of neurology
- 1 February 2012
Connexin43 gap junction protein is expressed in astrocytes and the vascular endothelium in the central nervous system. It is upregulated following central nervous system injury and is recognized as… Expand
Spatially and temporally distinct expression of fibroblast connexins after sheep ventricular infarction.
OBJECTIVES Myocardial infarction leads to extensive changes in the organization of cardiac myocytes and fibroblasts, and changes in gap junction protein expression. In the immediate period following… Expand