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4-hydroxynonenal inhibits Na(+)-K(+)-ATPase.
4-Hydroxynonenal binds rapidly to Na(+)-K(+)-ATPase, and this was accompanied by a decrease in measurable sulfhydryl groups and a loss of enzyme activity. The I50 value for Na(+)-K(+)-ATPaseExpand
Neural differentiation promoted by truncated trkC receptors in collaboration with p75(NTR).
trkC receptors, which serve critical functions during the development of the nervous system, are alternatively spliced to yield isoforms containing the catalytic tyrosine kinase domain (TK+) andExpand
NT-3 and CNTF exert dose-dependent, pleiotropic effects on cells in the immature dorsal root ganglion: neuregulin-mediated proliferation of progenitor cells and neuronal differentiation.
Neurons in the nascent dorsal root ganglia are born and differentiate in a complex cellular milieu composed of postmitotic neurons, and mitotically active glial and neural progenitor cells.Expand
A flow cytometric method for intracellular labeling and purification of rare neuronal populations: Isolation of fixed neurophysin neurons
A method is described for flow cytometric analysis and fluorescence-activated cell sorting of small populations of neurons following dissociation of fixed brain tissue and immunofluorescent labelingExpand
Organization of retinopetal axons in the optic nerve of the cichlid fish, Herotilapia multispinosa
We have studied the position and numbers of retinopetal axons in the rainbow cichlid fish, Herotilapia multispinosa, to determine the response of related parts of the brain of fish to the continualExpand
PACAP promotes sensory neuron differentiation: blockade by neurotrophic factors
Developing neurons encounter a panoply of extracellular signals as they differentiate. A major goal is to identify these extrinsic cues and define the mechanisms by which neurons simultaneouslyExpand
Development of retinopetal projections in the cichlid fish, Herotilapia multispinosa
This paper reports a study of the development of cells that project to the retina from the telencephalic nucleus olfactoretinalis and the diencephalon. Stell et al. (Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USAExpand
Expression of a novel nuclear protein is correlated with neuronal differentiation in vivo.
We report the production of a monoclonal antibody (MAb 526) that recognizes a novel, developmentally regulated nuclear protein expressed in neurons throughout the rat nervous system. Analysis ofExpand
Rhodamine immunohistofluorescence applied to plant tissue.
Tissue slices from the roots and seeds of sanifoin (Onobrychis viciifolia, Scop.) exhibit bright autofluorescence when illuminated with blue (495 nm) light. This autofluorescence is indistinguishableExpand
Monoclonal antibodies identify two novel proteins associated with vasopressin secretory granules of the rat neurohypophysis
Immunocytochemical and immunoblotting technique have been used to characterize the antigens recognized by two monoclonal antibodies (MAbs C6 and D5) produced against dissociated cells from punches ofExpand