Courtney R Schatz

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The localization of Calbindin-D28k and NADPH-diaphorase in the cholinergic neurons of the basal forebrain, striatum and brainstem was investigated in the rat, monkey, baboon and human using calbindin and choline acetyltransferase immunohistochemistry and NADPH-diaphorase histochemistry. Considerable regional and species-specific variations were observed.(More)
The abundance profile of the human urinary proteome is known to change as a result of diseases or drug toxicities, particularly of those affecting the kidney and the urogenital tract. A consequence of such insults is the ability to identify proteins in urine, which may be useful as quantitative biomarkers. To succeed in discovering them, reproducible urine(More)
Plasma, the soluble component of the human blood, is believed to harbor thousands of distinct proteins, which originate from a variety of cells and tissues through either active secretion or leakage from blood cells or tissues. The dynamic range of plasma protein concentrations comprises at least nine orders of magnitude. Proteins involved in coagulation,(More)
We introduce a one-step histochemical method with cobalt as the precipitating agent for ferrocyanide for the light microscopic demonstration of acetylcholinesterase activity. This method was used to demonstrate acetylcholinesterase in normal cortical fibers and neurons, as well as pathological elements such as plaques and tangles. This procedure can also be(More)
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