Dorsal root ganglion nerve cells transiently express increased immunoreactivity of the calcium-binding protein S-100beta after sciatic nerve transection.

Abstract

Transiently increased immunoreactivity of the calcium binding protein S-100beta was demonstrated in spinal ganglion nerve cells after sciatic nerve transection. Neuropeptide Y (NPY), normally not seen in these nerve cells, appeared concomitantly. The transiently elevated co-expression of S-100beta and NPY is proposed to reflect an increased demand of… (More)

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