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Regeneration beyond the glial scar
Silver J and Miller JH. Nat Rev Neurosci 2004 - Review. PMID 14735117
Growth cones turn and migrate up an immobilized gradient of the laminin IKVAV peptide.
Adams DN, et al. J Neurobiol 2005. PMID 15452851 Free article.
The majority of growth cones turned and migrated up the gradient, turning until they were oriented directly up the gradient. Growth cones slowed their migration when they encountered the gradient, but growth cone velocity returned to the previous rate after turning up or down the gradient. ...
The majority of growth cones turned and migrated up the gradient, turning until they were oriented directly up the gradient. …
FLIM FRET Visualization of Cdc42 Activation by Netrin-1 in Embryonic Spinal Commissural Neuron Growth Cones.
Rappaz B, et al. PLoS One 2016. PMID 27482713 Free PMC article.
DCC directs the organization of F-actin in growth cones by activating an intracellular protein complex that includes the Rho GTPase Cdc42, a critical regulator of cell polarity and directional migration. ...Using FLIM-FRET imaging we detected rapid activation of Cdc42 in neuronal growth cones following application of netrin-1. Investigating the signaling mechanisms that control Cdc42 activation by netrin-1, we demonstrate that netrin-1 rapidly enriches DCC at the leading edge of commissural neuron growth cones and that netrin-1 induced activation of Cdc42 in the growth cone is blocked by inhibiting src family kinase signaling. ...
DCC directs the organization of F-actin in growth cones by activating an intracellular protein complex that includes the Rho G …
Varicones and growth cones: two neurite terminals in PC12 cells.
Mingorance-Le Meur A, et al. PLoS One 2009. PMID 19183810 Free PMC article.
This hybrid terminal, or "varicone", is characterized by the expression of specific markers not typically present in neuronal growth cones. ...Our data also shows that a fraction of PC12 neurites end in regular growth cones, which we have compared to hippocampal neurites as a control. ...
This hybrid terminal, or "varicone", is characterized by the expression of specific markers not typically present in neuronal growth
Transmitter-receptor interactions between growth cones of identified Lymnaea neurons determine target cell selection in vitro.
Spencer GE, et al. J Neurosci 2000. PMID 11050129 Free PMC article.
In contrast, RPeD1 growth cones not only inhibited the rate of growth cone advance from nontarget cells but they also induced growth cone collapse. ...RPeD1 somata were used to demonstrate that spontaneous release of dopamine also acted as a chemoattractant for target growth cones but as a chemorepellent for nontarget growth cones. ...
In contrast, RPeD1 growth cones not only inhibited the rate of growth cone advance from nontarget cells but they also i …
Organization of point contacts in neuronal growth cones.
Renaudin A, et al. J Neurosci Res 1999. PMID 10723056
Growth cones from rat dorsal root ganglia plated on laminin contain integrin clusters over the entire growth cone surface, and growth cones make transient adhesions at sites called point contacts. ...The Rho family proteins RhoA, RhoB, and Cdc42 were present in growth cones, and a few Rho clusters were colocalized with vinculin. ...
Growth cones from rat dorsal root ganglia plated on laminin contain integrin clusters over the entire growth cone surfa
Serotonin 2A receptor regulates microtubule assembly and induces dynamics of dendritic growth cones in rat cortical neurons in vitro.
Ohtani A, et al. Neurosci Res 2014. PMID 24698813
Moreover, the time-lapse analysis demonstrated the increase of morphological dynamics in dendritic growth cones by DOI. Next, to elucidate the mechanisms underlying the actions of 5-HT2A receptor in dendritic growth cones, we examined the cytoskeletal proteins, tyrosinated α-tubulin (Tyr-T; dynamic tubulin) and acetylated α-tubulin (Ace-T; stable tubulin). ...In summary, it was suggested that 5-HT2A receptor induces morphological changes and dynamics of dendritic growth cones through regulation of microtubule assembly....
Moreover, the time-lapse analysis demonstrated the increase of morphological dynamics in dendritic growth cones by DOI. Next, …
Analysis of calcium signals in steering neuronal growth cones in vitro.
Akiyama H and Kamiguchi H. Methods Mol Biol 2014. PMID 24838955
In this chapter, we describe a protocol to quantitatively monitor the spatiotemporal dynamics of calcium signals in neuronal growth cones in the presence of an extracellular concentration gradient of axon guidance cue....
In this chapter, we describe a protocol to quantitatively monitor the spatiotemporal dynamics of calcium signals in neuronal growth
A novel approach reveals temporal patterns of synaptogenesis between the isolated growth cones of Lymnaea neurons.
Luk CC, et al. Eur J Neurosci 2010. PMID 21039963
We show for the first time that isolated growth cones transformed into 'growth balls' have an innate propensity to develop specific and multiple synapses within minutes of physical contact. ...This is the first demonstration that isolated Lymnaea growth cones have the necessary machinery to form functional synapses....
We show for the first time that isolated growth cones transformed into 'growth balls' have an innate propensity to deve …
Anomalous diffusion for neuronal growth on surfaces with controlled geometries.
Yurchenko I, et al. PLoS One 2019. PMID 31059532 Free PMC article.
We quantify axonal growth and report a general stochastic approach that quantitatively describes the motion of growth cones. ...These results demonstrate the importance of geometrical cues in guiding axonal growth, and could lead to new methods for bioengineering novel substrates for controlling neuronal growth and regeneration....
We quantify axonal growth and report a general stochastic approach that quantitatively describes the motion of growth cones
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