Na+ channel aggregation in remyelinating mouse sciatic axons following transection.

@article{Tzoumaka1995NaCA,
  title={Na+ channel aggregation in remyelinating mouse sciatic axons following transection.},
  author={E E Tzoumaka and S D Novakovi{\'c} and S Rock Levinson and Peter G Shrager},
  journal={Glia},
  year={1995},
  volume={15 2},
  pages={188-94}
}
Mouse sciatic nerves from the degeneration-resistant strain C57BL/6/Wld (Ola) were surgically injected with lysolecithin to induce focal demyelination. Three days later they were transected adjacent to the spinal cord to eliminate contact of the axons with their cell bodies. The Na+ channel distribution was assessed by immunocytochemistry and followed at several stages of remyelination. Control experiments were performed on nerves that were injected but not cut. At (3 + 4) days, namely, nerves… CONTINUE READING