Quantitative analysis of the relationship between intra- axonal neurofilament compaction and impaired axonal transport following diffuse traumatic brain injury.

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Traumatic axonal injury (TAI) following traumatic brain injury (TBI) contributes to morbidity and mortality. TAI involves intra-axonal changes assumed to progress to impaired axonal transport (IAT), disconnection, and axonal bulb formation. Immunocytochemical studies employing antibodies to amyloid precursor protein (APP), a marker of IAT and RMO14, a… (More)

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@article{Marmarou2005QuantitativeAO, title={Quantitative analysis of the relationship between intra- axonal neurofilament compaction and impaired axonal transport following diffuse traumatic brain injury.}, author={Christina R Marmarou and Susan Ayers Walker and Cheryl L Davis and John Theodore Povlishock}, journal={Journal of neurotrauma}, year={2005}, volume={22 10}, pages={1066-80} }