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Single-cell profiling of the developing mouse brain and spinal cord with split-pool barcoding.
Rosenberg AB, et al. Science 2018. PMID 29545511
We used SPLiT-seq to analyze 156,049 single-nucleus transcriptomes from postnatal day 2 and 11 mouse brains and spinal cords. More than 100 cell types were identified, with gene expression patterns corresponding to cellular function, regional specificity, and stage of differentiation. ...
We used SPLiT-seq to analyze 156,049 single-nucleus transcriptomes from postnatal day 2 and 11 mouse brains and spinal cords. …
Growth of adult spinal cord in knifefish: Development and parametrization of a distributed model.
Ilieş I, et al. J Theor Biol 2018. PMID 29031516
To address this gap, the present work introduces a distributed model of spinal cord growth in the knifefish Apteronotus leptorhynchus, an established teleostean model of adult growth in the central nervous system. ...A coupled reaction-diffusion equation approach was adopted to represent the densities of actively-proliferating and non-proliferating cells along the longitudinal axis of the spinal cord. ...
To address this gap, the present work introduces a distributed model of spinal cord growth in the knifefish Apteronotus leptor …
The corticospinal tract: Evolution, development, and human disorders.
Welniarz Q, et al. Dev Neurobiol 2017 - Review. PMID 27706924 Free article.
The corticospinal tract (CST) plays a major role in cortical control of spinal cord activity. In particular, it is the principal motor pathway for voluntary movements. ...These latter disorders result in altered midline crossing at the pyramidal decussation or in the spinal cord, but spare the rest of the CST. ...
The corticospinal tract (CST) plays a major role in cortical control of spinal cord activity. In particular, it …
Development and aging of human spinal cord circuitries.
Geertsen SS, et al. J Neurophysiol 2017 - Review. PMID 28566459 Free PMC article.
The neural motor circuitries in the spinal cord receive information from our senses and the rest of the nervous system and translate it into purposeful movements, which allow us to interact with the rest of the world. ...We also discuss how aging processes and physiological changes in our body are reflected in adaptations of activity in the spinal cord motor circuitries. ...
The neural motor circuitries in the spinal cord receive information from our senses and the rest of the nervous system and tra …
Mechanical Mapping of Spinal Cord Growth and Repair in Living Zebrafish Larvae by Brillouin Imaging.
Schlüßler R, et al. Biophys J 2018. PMID 30122291 Free PMC article.
Here, we show for the first time to our knowledge a systematic application of confocal Brillouin microscopy to quantitatively map the mechanical properties of spinal cord tissues during biologically relevant processes in a contact-free and nondestructive manner. ...The Brillouin shift within the spinal cord remained comparable during development and transiently decreased during the repair processes after spinal cord transection. ...
Here, we show for the first time to our knowledge a systematic application of confocal Brillouin microscopy to quantitatively map the mechan …
Stem-Cell-Driven Growth and Regrowth of the Adult Spinal Cord in Teleost Fish.
Zupanc GKH. Dev Neurobiol 2019 - Review. PMID 30829442
The spinal cord of the teleost fish Apteronotus leptorhynchus continues to grow during adulthood, in concert with the overall body growth. ...Amputation of the caudal part of the spinal cord induces initially a degenerative response, dominated by massive apoptotic cell death in spinal cord tissue immediately rostral to the injury site, and distinguished by a partial loss of the electric organ discharge amplitude. ...
The spinal cord of the teleost fish Apteronotus leptorhynchus continues to grow during adulthood, in concert with the overall …
Neuromesodermal progenitors are a conserved source of spinal cord with divergent growth dynamics.
Attardi A, et al. Development 2018. PMID 30333213 Free PMC article.
Using a genetic clone-tracing method, we labelled early embryonic progenitors and found a strong clonal similarity between spinal cord and mesoderm tissues. We followed individual cell lineages using light-sheet imaging, revealing a common neuromesodermal lineage contribution to a subset of spinal cord tissue across the anterior-posterior body axis. ...
Using a genetic clone-tracing method, we labelled early embryonic progenitors and found a strong clonal similarity between spinal
Early human motor development: From variation to the ability to vary and adapt
Hadders-Algra M. Neurosci Biobehav Rev 2018 - Review. PMID 29752957 Free article.
From early fetal age motor behavior is based on spontaneous neural activity: activity of networks in the brainstem and spinal cord that is modulated by supraspinal activity. The supraspinal activity, first primarily brought about by the cortical subplate, later by the cortical plate, induces movement variation. ...
From early fetal age motor behavior is based on spontaneous neural activity: activity of networks in the brainstem and spinal cord
The role of extracellular matrix in spinal cord development.
Wiese S and Faissner A. Exp Neurol 2015 - Review. PMID 26028310
Major studies have been performed to analyze the specific subset of transcription factors of the different types of cells within the different segments of the spinal cord. ...Therefore beyond the transcription factor code that defines cellular properties we want to focus on the role of the extracellular matrix in the development of the spinal cord....
Major studies have been performed to analyze the specific subset of transcription factors of the different types of cells within the differe …
Corticospinal tract development and spinal cord innervation differ between cervical and lumbar targets.
Kamiyama T, et al. J Neurosci 2015. PMID 25609632 Free PMC article.
To determine the total cortical area innervating the seventh cervical spinal cord segment (C7), which controls forelimb movement, we injected a retrograde tracer (fluorescent microspheres) into C7 such that it would spread widely within the unilateral gray matter (to >80%), but not to the CS tract. ...Whole-cell recordings from spinal cord cells upon selective optogenetic stimulation of CS axons, and labeling of axons (DsRed) and presynaptic structures (synaptophysin) through cotransfection using exo utero electroporation, showed that overgrowing CS axons make synaptic connections with spinal cells in juveniles. ...
To determine the total cortical area innervating the seventh cervical spinal cord segment (C7), which controls forelimb …
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