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*  Nerve injury
Chromatolysis is reversed when the cell is prepared for axon regeneration. Axon regeneration is characterized by the formation ... In tellurium-induced demylenation with no axon degeneration, nerve crush with axon degeneration, and nerve transection with ... The distal stump refers to the end of the injured neuron that is still attached to the end of the axon; it is the part of the ... This is a more severe nerve injury with disruption of the neuronal axon, but with maintenance of the epineurium. This type of ...
*  Optic neuropathy
Mitochondria are made within the central somata of the retinal ganglion cell, transported down axons, and distributed where ... The optic nerve contains axons of nerve cells that emerge from the retina, leave the eye at the optic disc, and go to the ...
*  Chemorepulsion
In addition to axon growth cones, the model organism Dictyostelium discoideum has been instrumental in determining the ... chemokinetic agents influence the localization of neuronal cells by either attracting or repelling the growing axon. This ...
*  Myelinogenesis
Even though the axon completely controlled the synthesis of these proteins, the axon alone isn't enough for myelinogenesis. As ... Synthesis of detectable myelin-specific proteins did not occur in Schwann cells free of axons and thus proving that the axons ... Researchers studied regenerating PNS axons for 28 weeks in order to investigate whether or not peripheral axons stimulate ... Axon contact Stage 2: Glial cell gene production Stage 3: Axon ensheathment, which is one of two phases in the early stages of ...
*  Neuroregeneration
... it begins to sprout axons and the presence of growth cones can be detected. The proximal axons are able to regrow as long as ... When a nerve axon is severed, the end still attached to the cell body is labeled the proximal segment, while the other end is ... Human axon growth rates can reach 1 mm/day in small nerves and 5 mm/day in large nerves. The distal segment, however, ... Neurons and axons placed on these striped regions consistently stayed in the lanes without NG2. It is clear, then, that the ...
*  Remyelination
The g-ratio differences are less apparent on smaller axons. The thinner myelin not only restores protection of the axon from ... The loss of axons because of lack of protection is what makes MS so debilitating. Degradation is considered to be worse than ... "Remyelination protects axons from demyelination-associated axon degeneration". Brain. 131 (6): 1464-1477. doi:10.1093/brain/ ... As axons are left bare, without myelin, their conduction velocity goes down due to a lack in increased potential between the ...
*  Retinal ganglion cell
... the RGC axons together. Shh is expressed in a high central, low peripheral gradient, promoting central-projecting RGC axons ... receptor on growth cones of the RGC axon. This morphogen initially attracts RGC axons, but then, through an internal change in ... RGC axons traveling to the contralateral optic tract need to cross. Shh plays a role in this. It is expressed along the midline ... and "Retinal Axon Growth at the Optic Chiasm" by Petros TJ et al. Most information highlighted below comes from these two ...
*  Axon
Axons are covered by a membrane known as an axolemma; the cytoplasm of an axon is called axoplasm. Most axons branch, in some ... The axonal region or compartment, includes the axon hillock, the initial segment, the rest of the axon, and the axon ... yet only one of these neurites is destined to become the axon. It is unclear whether axon specification precedes axon ... An axon is one of two types of cytoplasmic protrusions from the cell body of a neuron; the other type is a dendrite. Axons are ...
*  Axone
... may refer to: Axone (arena), sports arena in Montbéliard, France Yr. Robert Lalkovits - Axone, Hungarian musician Akhuni ... a fermented Indian soybean product Axon (disambiguation). ...
*  Axon Automotive
Official Axon Automotive website "Axon Automotive to show 100mpg hatchback at Eden Project Sexy Green Car Show". Auto Industry ... Axon unveiled its 100 miles per imperial gallon (2.8 L/100 km; 83 mpg‑US) hatchback on 23 May 2008 at the Sexy Green Car Show ... Axon Automotive is a British car manufacturer and car components manufacturer based in Wellingborough, Northamptonshire. The ... Axon provides solutions for lightweight structural composite components for mainstream automotive and other high volume markets ...
*  Axon guidance
Axons use mechanical and chemical cues to find their targets. Growing axons have a highly motile structure at the growing tip ... However, as axons approach the midline, the repellent action of Slit is suppressed by Robo-3/Rig-1 receptor. Once the axons ... Axon guidance (also called axon pathfinding) is a subfield of neural development concerning the process by which neurons send ... These axons follow a reproducible pathway, stop at intermediate targets, and branch axons at certain choice points, in the ...
*  David Axon
Axon, D. J. and Taylor, K. (1978), M82: the exploding galaxy, Nature, 274, 37. Ray, T. P.; Muxlow, T. W. B., Axon, D. J., Brown ... David Axon died in 2012 of an apparent heart attack while visiting RIT. "Prof David Axon, Sussex School of Maths and Physics". ... "David Axon's homepage, RIT Physics Faculty & Staff". Retrieved 6 April 2012. Wilson, A. S., Ward, M. J, Axon, D. J., Elvis, M ... David Axon was born in Doncaster in the county of Yorkshire, England, to an English father and Welsh mother. He received a ...
*  Axon (surname)
... grandson of John Axon the engine driver Rachael Axon (b. 1985), English footballer William Axon (1846-1913), English antiquary ... Axon is an English surname. Notable people with this surname include the following: Annemarie Carney Axon, American lawyer ... David Axon (1951-2012), British astrophysicist John Axon (1900-1957), English engine driver awarded the George Cross John Axon ...
*  Pioneer axon
Subsequent axon-axon interactions were also shown to be necessary, as misrouting of retinal axons led to chiasm defasciculaiton ... The second is that pioneer axons are no different from follower axons, and that they play no role in guiding follower axons. ... Pioneer axon is the classification given to axons that are the first grow in a particular region. They originate from pioneer ... The directed growth of axons depends on structure at the end of the tip of a growing axon referred to as a growth cone. Growth ...
*  Rachael Axon
... at Soccerway Rachel Axon profile at Houston Dash Rachel Axon profile at Football Association of Norway (in ... Rachael Louise Axon (born November 9, 1985) is an English footballer who plays for Norwegian club Kolbotn Fotball. She ... "Houston Dash waive midfielder Rachael Axon". Houston Dash. November 20, 2015. Retrieved November 28, 2015. ...
*  Axon (disambiguation)
An axon is part of a neuron. Axon may also refer to: Corporations: Axon (company), American public safety technology company ... The Axons, an alien race from the Doctor Who adventure The Claws of Axos Peter Axon, a character in the series Psi Factor Axone ... Axon Automotive, British car manufacturer HCL Axon, British management consultants Axon Labs, American health & wellness ...
*  HCL Axon
... is a UK-based business transformation consultancy which sells its services to customers using SAP and Oracle as their ... "HCL Axon buys UCS Group's SAP operation". HCL shifts focus from commodity IT to business Fitzpatrick, Jim (16 February 2012), " ... On 7 September 2005, HCL Axon expanded its operations base in the counties of Armagh and Belfast in Northern Ireland. At the ... On 17 July 2009 HCL AXON announced the acquisition of South Africa-based UCS Group's Enterprise Solutions SAP practice. On 1 ...
*  Axon Sports
Axon has also released two iPad apps (Axon Athletic Brain Trainer), one for baseball and the other for American Football. ... Axon's product development is guided by the neuroscientists and learning specialists on the Axon Science Board. Current board ... Sport, Axon (25 August 2010). "Axon Sports CCAT system now available to assess cognitive function in children". News Medical ... In 2011, Cogstate acquired the remainder of the shares of Axon Sports from Quixote Investment, making Axon a wholly owned but ...
*  Axon (company)
Axon View can be paired with an Axon body camera to review, tag, and stream videos from the camera. Axon Capture can be used to ... The Axon Flex and Body only record video in standard definition (SD). Axon Flex: The Axon Flex, a point-of-view camera, was ... Axon Body: In 2013, Taser released the Axon Body, a single-unit camera similar in function to the Axon Flex. It features a ... In addition to body-worn cameras, Axon also offers interview room and in-car video systems, known as Axon Interview and Axon ...
*  Axon reflex
The impulse then reflects down the other branch of the axon to the effector organ causing axon reflex. Axon reflexes stimulate ... The axon reflex is the spread of this impulse from the main axon to nearby blood vessels in the stimulated area of the skin. ... In the axon reflex, signaling starts in the middle of the axon at the stimulation site and transmits signals directly to the ... The axon reflex is possible through the transmission of signals from the cutaneous receptors on the skin. The axon reflex was ...
*  John Axon
The runaway smashed into the rear of it killing both the train's guard and Axon. Axon was posthumously awarded the George Cross ... Driver Axon told his Fireman Scanlon to jump off and attempt to apply wagon brakes but, due to the speed the train was ... John "Jack" Axon GC (4 December 1900 - 9 February 1957) was an English train driver from Stockport (Edgeley Depot) who died ... He was the subject of a famous 1957 radio ballad (The Ballad of John Axon), the first of the series, written by Ewan MacColl ...
*  Axon terminal
The neurotransmitter molecule packages (vesicles) are created within the neuron, then travel down the axon to the distal axon ... of an axon. An axon, also called a nerve fiber, is a long, slender projection of a nerve cell, or neuron, that conducts ... axon terminals are separated from neighboring neurons by a small gap called a synapse, across which impulses are sent. The axon ... "Axon Terminal". Medical Dictionary Online. Retrieved February 6, 2013. Foster, Sally. "Axon Terminal - Synaptic Vesicle - ...
*  William Axon
William Edward Armytage Axon", The Times (1913) Works written by or about William Axon at Wikisource Works by William Axon at ... Completed by William E. A. Axon (1891) Obituary: Dr. William Edward Armytage Axon in The Times, December 30, 1913; Issue 40407 ... William Edward Armytage Axon (1846-1913) was an English librarian and antiquary, and a journalist for the Manchester Guardian. ... He contributed to the Dictionary of National Biography under his initials W. E. A. A. Dr William Axon was best known as an ...
*  Axon hillock
The axon hillock is a specialized part of the cell body (or soma) of a neuron that connects to the axon. The axon hillock is ... Once this initial action potential is initiated, principally at the axon hillock, it propagates down the length of the axon. ... In electrophysiological models, the axon hillock is included with the initial segment of the axon where membrane potentials ... while the axon hillock and initial segment of the axon have about ~100-200 voltage-gated sodium channels per square micrometre ...
*  Axone (arena)
L'Axone is an indoor arena, located in Montbéliard, France. It was inaugurated April 5, 2009. The capacity of the arena is 6,400 peoples ...