Effects of Neonatal Attenuation of Axoplasmic Flow or Transection of the Rat's Infraorbital Nerve on the Morphology of Individual Trigeminal Primary Afferent Terminals in the Brainstem

@article{Goldstein1999EffectsON,
  title={Effects of Neonatal Attenuation of Axoplasmic Flow or Transection of the Rat's Infraorbital Nerve on the Morphology of Individual Trigeminal Primary Afferent Terminals in the Brainstem},
  author={F. Goldstein and N. Chiaia and R. Rhoades},
  journal={Experimental Neurology},
  year={1999},
  volume={156},
  pages={283-293}
}
  • F. Goldstein, N. Chiaia, R. Rhoades
  • Published 1999
  • Chemistry, Medicine
  • Experimental Neurology
  • Attenuation of axoplasmic transport in the infraorbital nerve (ION), or transection of this trigeminal (V) branch at birth, results in degradation of the central cellular aggregates related to the mystacial vibrissae. However, blockade of axoplasmic transport does not result in the nearly 90% loss of ION ganglion cells that follows neonatal transection of this nerve. The present study was undertaken to further characterize the response of individual ION axons to attenuation of axoplasmic… CONTINUE READING
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