Human cerebrovascular nerve fibers immunoreactive for synaptophysin, chromogranin A and tyrosine hydroxylase.


The innervation of human cerebral blood vessels has been examined using synaptophysin, a marker of synaptic vesicles, and chromogranin A, a marker of large dense-core vesicles. The catecholaminergic marker tyrosine hydroxylase was used for comparison. Synaptophysin and tyrosine hydroxylase demonstrated a similar distribution of nerve fibers whereas… (More)


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