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Distinct Presynaptic and Postsynaptic Dismantling Processes of Drosophila Neuromuscular Junctions during Metamorphosis
Synapse remodeling is a widespread and fundamental process that underlies the formation of neuronal circuitry during development and in adaptation to physiological and/or environmental changes.Expand
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Age affects reciprocal cellular interactions in neuromuscular synapses following peripheral nerve injury
Studies of the influence of age on regeneration and reinnervation in the peripheral nervous system (PNS) and neuromuscular junction (NMJ) are reviewed, with a particular focus on aged and denervatedExpand
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Age-related NADPH-diaphorase positive bodies in the lumbosacral spinal cord of aged rats.
In the course of a morphological investigation of age-related changes in the rat spinal cord, using nicotinamide adenine dinucleotide phosphate-diaphorase (NADPH-d) histochemistry, we found abundantExpand
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The spatiotemporal relationship among schwann cells, axons and postsynaptic acetylcholine receptor regions during muscle reinnervation in aged rats
To morphologically define the aging‐related features during muscle reinnervation the spatiotemporal relationships among the major components of the neuromuscular junctions (NMJs) were investigated. AExpand
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HSP27 is markedly induced in Schwann cell columns and associated regenerating axons
It is well known that regenerating axons enter Schwann cell (SC) columns, within which they grow to reinnervate the appropriate targets. The current study detected a marked induction of a 27‐kDa heatExpand
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Drosophila CG10527 mutants are resistant to juvenile hormone and its analog methoprene.
Juvenile hormone (JH) is critical for development, metamorphosis, and reproduction in insects. While the physiological importance of JH has been appreciated for decades, its biosynthetic pathway andExpand
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Spatial learning and memory induce up-regulation of nitric oxide-producing neurons in rat brain
Changes of nitric oxide (NO)-producing neurons in the brain following learning is not yet clear. In present study, nicotinamide adenine dinucleotide phosphate diaphorase (NADPH-d) histochemistry andExpand
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Expression of nitric oxide synthase and 27-kD heat shock protein in motor neurons of ventral root-avulsed rats.
Root avulsion of adult spinal nerves causes the subacute cell loss of motor neurons. To explore the mechanisms of the elimination of motor neurons, we investigated the expression of twoExpand
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Age differences in morphological patterns of axonal sprouting and multiple innervation of neuromuscular junctions during muscle reinnervation following nerve crush injury.
During the first 4-20 weeks after sciatic nerve crushing injury regrowing axons return to the neuromuscular junction and its reformation is in progress. During this time period age differences inExpand
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Multi-organ involvement of Sweet's syndrome: a case report and literature review.
The hallmark of Sweet's syndrome (SS) is the infiltration of mature neutrophils in the upper dermis. We herein report a case of SS with multi-organ involvement. A 32-year-old man presented withExpand
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