Sensory organ and receptor cell diversification in development and evolution  Sensory organ and receptor cell diversification in development and evolution
... *Spontaneous network activity in development and ... Sensory organ and receptor cell diversification in development and evolution * Spontaneous network activity in development and ... containing hair cells - like vestibular inner ear hair cells - that respond to local water movement ("touch at a distance"), ... The PhD objectives are to identify molecular mechanisms important for neuromast/hair cell versus ampullary organ/ ...
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Electrosensory ampullary organs are derived from lateral line placodes in cartilaginous fishes | Development  Electrosensory ampullary organs are derived from lateral line placodes in cartilaginous fishes | Development
DiI was observed in Pv3-positive sensory receptor cells (Fig. 2I), non-sensory support cells (Fig. 2I) and canal cells (Fig. 2J ... 2F) contain Pv3-positive sensory receptor cells nested among non-sensory support cells. As in paddlefish and axolotl embryos ( ... Lateral line placodal origin of sensory receptor cells, support cells and canal cells in skate ampullary organs and cephalic ... neuromasts reveals small clusters of sensory receptor cells nested among non-sensory support cells. (G,H) Electrosensory hair ...
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Math Biology Seminar: Cole Zmurchok & Hildur Knutsdottir  | Pacific Institute for the Mathematical Sciences - PIMS  Math Biology Seminar: Cole Zmurchok & Hildur Knutsdottir | Pacific Institute for the Mathematical Sciences - PIMS
... and deposits sensory neuromasts at regular intervals in its wake. The model combines realistic cell-cell adhesion, chemotaxis ... as well as the cell-cluster shape and speed of collective cell migration. We base the chemical signalling model on receptor- ... Our 3D model allows an investigation of the role of cell division, chemotaxis, adhesion and other parameters on the shape of ... Using a 3D deformable cell-based simulation, coupled to reaction-diffusion PDEs for chemical concentrations, we model and ...
more infohttps://www.pims.math.ca/scientific-event/160127-mbsczhk
Sensory Receptor Cells | ISHAR Online  Sensory Receptor Cells | ISHAR Online
Conscious and unconscious sensory inflows allow effective control of the functions of the human brain and heart at the initial ... The authors of the present article based their assumption on the concept that the sensory systems are the 'windows to the brain ... Odontoblasts are dentin-secreting cells that survive for the whole life of a healthy tooth. Once teeth are completely erupted, ... Sensory innervation of the nonspecialized connective tissues in the low back of the rat. ...
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Sensory receptors in the vestibular system (hair cells) encode head actions | Role of NK1 and NK2 receptors in mouse gastric...  Sensory receptors in the vestibular system (hair cells) encode head actions | Role of NK1 and NK2 receptors in mouse gastric...
Sensory receptors in the vestibular system (hair cells) encode head actions. Posted on November 3, 2017. by Jose Wallace ... Sensory receptors in the vestibular system (hair cells) encode head actions and get central engine reflexes that control gaze, ... Research of locks cell regeneration in older rats recommend type II locks cells may end up being the main cell type that is ... Main cilia start forming within the G1 stage of the cell * Peripheral T cells in mice are categorized into two main ...
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Frontiers | Schwann Cell Expressed Nogo-B Modulates Axonal Branching of Adult Sensory Neurons Through the Nogo-B Receptor NgBR ...  Frontiers | Schwann Cell Expressed Nogo-B Modulates Axonal Branching of Adult Sensory Neurons Through the Nogo-B Receptor NgBR ...
Adult sensory neurons that are cultured on nogo-a/b deficient Schwann cells form significantly fewer axonal branches versus ... Adult sensory neurons that are cultured on nogo-a/b deficient Schwann cells form significantly fewer axonal branches versus ... Moreover, we show that blocking the Nogo-B specific receptor NgBR, which we find expressed on sensory neurons and to interact ... Moreover, we show that blocking the Nogo-B specific receptor NgBR, which we find expressed on sensory neurons and to interact ...
more infohttps://www.frontiersin.org/articles/10.3389/fncel.2015.00454/full
Slav Bagriantsev, PhD | Yale School of Medicine  Slav Bagriantsev, PhD | Yale School of Medicine
Sensory Receptor Cells; Trigeminal Ganglion; Thermoreceptors; Potassium Channels; Anseriformes; Transient Receptor Potential ... Bagriantsev SN, Clark KA, Minor DL Jr: Metabolic and thermal stimuli control K(2P)2.1 (TREK-1) through modular sensory and ... Metabolic and thermal stimuli control K2P2.1 (TREK-1) through modular sensory and gating domains. Bagriantsev S, Clark K, Minor ... Our laboratory uses a multidisciplinary approach to study the molecular basis of sensory physiology, with a focus on mechano- ...
more infohttp://medicine.yale.edu/intranet/facultybydept/sviatoslav_bagriantsev-2.profile
Direct conversion of C. elegans germ cells into specific neuron types.  Direct conversion of C. elegans germ cells into specific neuron types.
The ability of transcription factors to directly reprogram the identity of cell types is usually restricted and is defined by ... Sensory Receptor Cells / cytology, metabolism. Totipotent Stem Cells / cytology. Transcription Factors / genetics, metabolism* ... Cell Differentiation*. Chromatin / metabolism. Gene Expression. Germ Cells / cytology*, metabolism. Glutamic Acid / metabolism ... 8507558 - P19 embryonal carcinoma cells.. 19921748 - Characterization of gastrulation-stage progenitor cells and their ...
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Botulinum Toxins - Phenotypes | CTD  Botulinum Toxins - Phenotypes | CTD
Urinary Bladder , Sensory Receptor Cells. 1. 2.. Botulinum Toxins, Type A cell cycle Botulinum Toxins, Type A affects cell ... Hippocampus , Cell Line. 4 genes: AKT1 , IL18 , RAC1 , TGFB1 1. 31.. exoenzyme C3, Clostridium botulinum cell proliferation ... Jurkat Cells. 2 genes: IL18 , TGFB1 1. 30.. exoenzyme C3, Clostridium botulinum cell proliferation exoenzyme C3, Clostridium ... Mouse Embryonic Stem Cells , Neurons. 1. 22.. exoenzyme C3, Clostridium botulinum cell proliferation EDN1 , RHOA [exoenzyme C3 ...
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Recent Publications  Recent Publications
Regulated reprogramming in the regeneration of sensory receptor cells. Neuron. 2011 Aug 11;71(3):389-405. ... 2007) MIO-M1 cells and similar muller glial cell lines derived from adult human retina exhibit neural stem cell characteristics ... Lamba D, Karl M, Reh T. Neural regeneration and cell replacement: a view from the eye. Cell Stem Cell. 2008 Jun 5;2(6):538-49. ... Guiding the morphogenesis of dissociated newborn mouse retinal cells and hES cell-derived retinal cells by soft lithography- ...
more infohttp://faculty.washington.edu/tomreh/publications/eye-development
A cell | animal anatomy | Britannica.com  A cell | animal anatomy | Britannica.com
... two acoustic sensory receptors, called A cells. From the central end of each A cell, an axon passes within the sensillum to the ... Other articles where A cell is discussed: nervous system: Arthropods: … ... two acoustic sensory receptors, called A cells. From the central end of each A cell, an axon passes within the sensillum to the ...
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Presynaptic Ca2+ stores contribute to odor-induced responses in Drosophila olfactory receptor neurons | Journal of Experimental...  Presynaptic Ca2+ stores contribute to odor-induced responses in Drosophila olfactory receptor neurons | Journal of Experimental...
1995). Transduction and adaptation in sensory receptor cells. J. Neurosci. 15, 7757-7768. ... and in basket cell-Purkinje cell synapses. However, in invertebrates, especially in sensory neurons such as ORNs, similar ... olfactory receptor neurons. PNs. projections neurons. RNAi. RNA interference. ROI. region of interest. RyR. ryanodine receptor ... 1993). The relation between stimulus and response in olfactory receptor cells of the tiger salamander. J. Physiol. 468, 1-10. ...
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The ppk28 gene is necessary for cellular and behavioral | Open-i  The ppk28 gene is necessary for cellular and behavioral | Open-i
Sensory Receptor Cells/metabolism*. *Taste/physiology*. *Water*. Minor. *Animals. *Animals, Genetically Modified ... 2a, b). Remarkably, ppk28 mutant cells had a complete loss of the response to water (spikes/sec=0.8±0.1). This response was ... 2a, b). Remarkably, ppk28 mutant cells had a complete loss of the response to water (spikes/sec=0.8±0.1). This response was ... These recordings monitor the responses of the four gustatory neurons in a bristle, including water cells and sugar cells3. ...
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UC Irvine - Faculty Profile System  UC Irvine - Faculty Profile System
In: Regeneration of Vertebrate Sensory Receptor Cells. Wiley, Chichester (Ciba Foundation Symposium 160), pp. 249-276. ... Negative regulation of endogenous stem cells in sensory neuroepithelia: implications for neurotherapeutics. Stem Cell Research ... Barlow, LA and Calof, AL (2009) Stem cells in sensory epithelium development and regeneration. Ann. NY Acad. Sci., 1170: 5-6. ... Dynamics of MASH-1 expression in vitro and in vivo suggest a non-stem cell site of MASH-1 action in the olfactory receptor ...
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Ingolf Bachs research topics | Profiles RNS  Ingolf Bach's research topics | Profiles RNS
Sensory Receptor Cells. 1. 2010. 10. 0.130. Why? Chromosomes, Human, Pair 12. 1 ...
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Leukocyte rolling fractions in skin venules of control  | Open-i  Leukocyte rolling fractions in skin venules of control | Open-i
Sensory Receptor Cells/drug effects/metabolism*. *Skin/cytology/immunology/innervation*/pathology*. Minor ... To protect against invading pathogens, the skin harbours specialized immune cells, including dermal dendritic cells (DDCs) and ... To protect against invading pathogens, the skin harbours specialized immune cells, including dermal dendritic cells (DDCs) and ... Nociceptive sensory neurons drive interleukin-23-mediated psoriasiform skin inflammation. Riol-Blanco L, Ordovas-Montanes J, ...
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Xpert search results for Environmental engine  Xpert search results for Environmental engine
In addition to being sensory receptors, hair cells are also presynaptic terminals. The membrane at the base of each hair cell ... When the hair cells are depolarised, chemical transmitter is released from the hair cells to the cells of the auditory nerve ... It is believed that tip links aid in causing 'channels' to open and close near the top of the hair cell (Figure 16). Tip links ... We know that each hair cell occurs in a localised region of the cochlea, and that auditory nerve fibres contacting each hair ...
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Nervous system  Nervous system
See how nerve cells and neurones transmit nerve signals as action potentials. Look at transmission at a synapse. Understand the ... Sensory receptor cells respond to changes in the conditions around them. This may be the internal environment of the body ... Sense organs are made up of a collection of sensory receptor cells all responding to similar stimuli. Sense organs are usually ... Sensory receptors in the retina at the back of the eye send impulses to the brain through the neurones of the optic nerve. The ...
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Optic disc - Factbites  Optic disc - Factbites
The retina's sensory receptor cells of retina are absent from the optic nerve. ... Retinal ganglion cell-derived sonic hedgehog signaling is required for optic disc and stalk neuroepithelial cell .... ... and Dandy-Walker syndrome were thought to be caused by the abnormal development of neural crest cells. ...
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Sensing deep extreme environments: the receptor cell types, brain centers, and multi-layer neural packaging of hydrothermal...  Sensing deep extreme environments: the receptor cell types, brain centers, and multi-layer neural packaging of hydrothermal...
... little is known regarding their sensory receptor cells and electrically active neuro-processing centers, and how these can ... The alvinellid sensory cells exhibit characteristics of annelid ciliary types, and among the most unique features were the head ... We examined the extra- and intracellular organizations of the epidermal ciliated sensory cells and their higher centers in the ... but the alvinellid inputs are unlikely derived from the sensory ciliary cells of the dorsal head regions. Our evidence provides ...
more infohttps://0-frontiersinzoology-biomedcentral-com.brum.beds.ac.uk/articles/10.1186/s12983-014-0082-9