Edina Silajdzić

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Recent evidence suggests that serotonin has pronociceptive actions in the spinal cord when it acts through 5-hydroxytryptamine (5-HT)(3) receptors. Cells and axon terminals which are concentrated in the superficial dorsal horn possess this receptor. We performed a series of immunocytochemical studies with an antibody raised against the 5-HT(3A) subunit in(More)
Protein oxidation is thought to contribute to a number of inflammatory diseases, hence the development of sensitive and specific analytical techniques to detect oxidative PTMs (oxPTMs) in biological samples is highly desirable. Precursor ion scanning for fragment ions of oxidized amino acid residues was investigated as a label-free MS approach to mapping(More)
Gangliosides are a family of sialic acid-containing glycosphingolipids highly enriched in neuronal and glial membranes, where they play pleiotropic roles in nervous system function. In this glial cell biological study, we used mice deficient in glycosyltransferases involved in ganglioside biosynthesis to gain insights into the possible role of ganglioside(More)
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