Neurochemistry of myenteric plexus neurons of bank vole (Myodes glareolus) ileum.

@article{Sadeghinezhad2013NeurochemistryOM,
  title={Neurochemistry of myenteric plexus neurons of bank vole (Myodes glareolus) ileum.},
  author={Javad Sadeghinezhad and Caterina Sorteni and Giovanni di Guardo and Carla D'Agostino and Umberto Agrimi and Romolo Nonno and Roberto Chiocchetti},
  journal={Research in veterinary science},
  year={2013},
  volume={95 3},
  pages={846-53}
}
The neurochemistry of enteric neurons differs among species of small laboratory rodents (guinea-pig, mouse, rat). In this study we characterized the phenotype of ileal myenteric plexus (MP) neuronal cells and fibers of the bank vole (Myodes glareolus), a common rodent living in Europe and in Northern Asia which is also employed in prion experimental transmission studies. Six neuronal markers were tested: choline acetyltransferase (ChAT), neuronal nitric oxide synthase (nNOS), calbindin (CALB… CONTINUE READING

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Six neuronal markers were tested : choline acetyltransferase ( ChAT ) , neuronal nitric oxide synthase ( nNOS ) , calbindin ( CALB ) , calcitonin gene - related peptide ( CGRP ) and substance P ( SP ) , along with HuC / D as a pan - neuronal marker .
Six neuronal markers were tested : choline acetyltransferase ( ChAT ) , neuronal nitric oxide synthase ( nNOS ) , calbindin ( CALB ) , calcitonin gene - related peptide ( CGRP ) and substance P ( SP ) , along with HuC / D as a pan - neuronal marker .
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