Gregg B. Nyberg

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The projection of forelimb nerves to the cuneate nucleus was studied in the cat by the transganglionic transport method. The cut ends of the median, ulnar, musculocutaneous, medial cutaneous, lateral brachial and antebrachial cutaneous nerves and of the superficial and deep branches of the radial nerve were exposed to horseradish peroxidase (HRP) or to HRP(More)
  • G Nyberg
  • 1988
The projection of forelimb nerves innervating the paw to the cuneate nucleus was studied in the cat by the transganglionic transport method. Exposure of a single digital nerve to the tracer (a conjugate of horseradish peroxidase to wheat-germ agglutinin) resulted in a longitudinal sequence of labeled patches throughout the extent of the nucleus. In the(More)
The projection of muscle afferent fibres to the medulla oblongata and upper spinal cord was studied in the cat by using transganglionic transport of wheat germ agglutinin-horseradish peroxidase conjugate. The results demonstrate a precise, musculotopic termination pattern in the external cuneate nucleus; thus, fibres from the intrinsic muscles of the paw(More)
Asparagine linked (N-linked) glycosylation is an important modification of recombinant proteins, because the attached oligosaccharide chains can significantly alter protein properties. Potential glycosylation sites are not always occupied with oligosaccharide, and site occupancy can change with the culture environment. To investigate the relationship(More)
Based on a detailed metabolic network of CHO-320 cells built using available information gathered from published reports, the flux distribution can be evaluated using tools of positive linear algebra (in particular, the algorithm METATOOL devised in T. Pfeiffer and Schuster (1999); S. Schuster (1999)), and to study the influence of the interconnection level(More)
The projection of forelimb cutaneous nerves to the brachial dorsal horn was studied in the cat by the transganglionic transport method. The results demonstrate a precise somatotopic termination pattern. Afferent nerves from the paw occupy the largest area, with the palm represented most medially in the dorsal horn, followed progressively more laterally by(More)
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