*  Why do we need to understand the structure of the Enteric Nervous System? - the Node
Unlike the central nervous system, neurons and glial cells of the ENS do not show any apparent order of arrangement. Cells ... The ENS has a mind of its own! It autonomously controls functions of the gut that include peristalsis, secretion of enzymes and ... The Enteric Nervous System (ENS) is one of the largest subdivisions of the peripheral nervous system. It earns its' name as the ... Why do we need to understand the structure of the Enteric Nervous System?. Posted by Reena Lasrado on June 16th, 2017 ...
  http://thenode.biologists.com/need-understand-structure-enteric-nervous-system/research/
*  Conditional ablation of GFRα1 in postmigratory enteric neurons triggers unconventional neuronal death in the colon and causes a...
... unlike cell death that occurs in many other parts of the nervous system, dying enteric ganglion cells exhibit molecular and ... 1B). In contrast to the dynamic changes in GFRα1 expression in neurons, enteric glial cells maintained high GFRα1 expression ... These results suggest that chromatin compaction does not take place by cell-autonomously initiated mechanisms in dying enteric ... The enteric nervous system (ENS) constitutes one division of the peripheral nervous system and controls motility, secretion and ...
  http://dev.biologists.org/content/134/11/2171
*  JoVE | Peer Reviewed Scientific Video Journal - Methods and Protocols
Digestive System, Neurosciences, Enteric nervous system, culture, mouse, patch clamp, action potential, gastrointestinal ... Furthermore, the large quantity of neurons and glial cells in the conventional co-culture system lacks the resolution necessary ... individually and autonomously, the same exercises experienced in therapist's office. The goal is to anchor the learned protocol ... The enteric nervous system is a vast network of neurons and glia running the length of the gastrointestinal tract that ...
  https://www.jove.com/visualize/abstract/24324616/glial-cell-line-derived-neurotrophic-factor-gdnf-as-novel-candidate
*  Glossary - Neurohacker Collective
... whole systems science was used to factor all major aspects of cognitive and emotional capacity, yielding a dynamic nootropic ... Glial Cell:. Glial cells are non-neuronal cells of the nervous system. They are present both in the central and in the ... Enteric Nervous System:. The enteric nervous system is a subdivision of the peripheral nervous system that is embedded in the ... Even though it is connected to the central nervous system through the autonomic nervous system, it can act autonomously through ...
  https://neurohacker.com/glossary
*  lockjaw encodes a zebrafish tfap2a required for early neural crest development | Development
... pigment cells and peripheral nervous system, yet its specification and diversification during embryogenesis are poorly ... axis of the premigratory neural crest also determines if a cell will adopt a pigment cell fate over a neural or glial fate ( ... Transplants suggest that lowts213 functions cell autonomously in neural crest. Prospective hyoid arch neural crest and ... 5G,H). By 72 hpf, mutants lack enteric neurons derived from neural crest (Fig. 5Q,R), as well as sympathetic neurons (data not ...
  http://dev.biologists.org/content/130/23/5755
*  Neuron - Scholarpedia
... peripheral sensory systems and enteric (gut) nervous system. The anatomical variation of these neurons is large, but the ... most particularly several types of glial elements, initially considered a glue type cell serving as a support matrix for the ... Beyond action potentials and synaptic transmission there is the question of the electrical activity generated autonomously by ... A. Cortical pyramidal cell. B. Cerebellar Purkinje cell. C. Spinal motoneuron. D. Inferior olivary cell. (A-D drawings by Cajal ...
  http://scholarpedia.org/article/Neuron
*  What's hot today: Current papers in developmental biology and gene function
... this study found that Pax6 acts cell autonomously to block Shh expression in cells around the ZLI. Immunoprecipitation and ... Expression of the human Ass42 in the Drosophila nervous system leads to a drastically shortened life span. The action of Ass42 ... Summary: Glial cells are exquisitely sensitive to neuronal injury but mechanisms by which glia establish competence to respond ... Modulating activities of a specific subset of enteric neurons, the posterior enteric neurons (PENs), results in 6-fold changes ...
  http://www.sdbonline.org/sites/fly/aimain/model-organisms-november2014.htm
*  125(3)
The enteric nervous system (ENS) consists of neurons and glial cells that differentiate from neural crest progenitors. During ... because of the diversity of neuronal cell types and complex, integrated circuits that permit the ENS to autonomously regulate ... Enteric glia are important components of the enteric nervous system (ENS) and also form an extensive network in the mucosa of ... Emerging roles of gut microbiota and the immune system in the development of the enteric nervous system. ...
  https://www.jci.org/125/3
*  William Talbot | Stanford Medicine Profiles
Our research focuses on the development and function of glial cells in the vertebrate nervous system. Glia are non-neuronal ... Although most NLRs trigger inflammatory signaling, nlrc3-like acts cell autonomously in microglia precursor cells to suppress ... central and enteric nervous systems. We propose that kbp is an important regulator of axonal development and that axonal ... This review provides an overview of glial cell types in the central and peripheral nervous system of zebrafish. We highlight ...
  https://med.stanford.edu/profiles/william-talbot?tab=bio
*  Linking neuronal lineage and wiring specificity | Springer for Research & Development
Establishing a functional circuit involves multiple coordinated steps ranging from neural cell fate specification to proper... ... Due to the complexity of the nervous system, most studies have focused on either how cell fate is specified within a lineage or ... indicating that sevenless acts cell-autonomously. Conversely, boss acts cell-nonautonomously: its expression in R8 cells is ... Lineage-dependent spatial and functional organization of the mammalian enteric nervous system. Science. 2017;356:722-6. https ...
  https://rd.springer.com/article/10.1186/s13064-018-0102-0
*  Books by Subject - Lane Medical Library - Stanford University School of Medicine
Slice culture modeling of Central Nervous System (CNS) viral infection -- Neurospheres and glial cell cultures : ... Mouse enteric neuronal cell culture -- Preparation of neural stem cells and progenitors : neuronal production and grafting ... thus proving that GPR124 functions endothelial cell autonomously. Further, as embryos lacking GPR124 die with 100% penetrance ... Nature killer cells in the central nervous system / Fu-Dong Shi, Richard M. Ransohoff -- Chapter 29. NK cells in the eye / ...
  http://lane.stanford.edu/biomed-resources/ebsubjectbrowse.html?m=Cell%20Biology&page=3
*  Andrew Fire | Stanford Medicine Profiles
We have developed a cell-free system for studying the synthesis of mRNA in mammalian cells. The system consists of a dialyzed ... we have demonstrated that lin-4 acts cell autonomously to specify temporal identity. This work (i) provides an example of cell ... This is particularly striking in the nervous system; neurons that are generally refractory to RNAi in a wild-type genetic ... and in six glial-like cells called GLRs. The entire natural hlh-1 expression pattern is recapitulated in transgenic animals ...
  https://med.stanford.edu/profiles/andrew-fire
*  Interactive Fly, Drosophila
In the anlagen of the enteric nervous system and the sympathetic ganglia, Phox2b is needed for the expression of the GDNF- ... Temporal colinearity of HoxB expression in P19 cells is clear only when cells are synchronized within the cell cycle, ... The ability to express autonomously the earliest Hox gene, Hoxb1, is present in the posterior streak region at the onset of ... The factors needed for these structures to develop include the transcription factor Mash1, the glial-derived neurotrophic ...
  http://www.sdbonline.org/sites/fly/segment/labial2a.htm
*  Interactive Fly, Drosophila
... of PS cells, which involves the downregulation of their cell-cell adhesion systems and allows them to move into their local ... To determine whether the Fz receptors act cell-autonomously in individual DCNs, single-cell clones doubly mutant for fz and fz2 ... Drosophila is a leading genetic model system in nervous system development and disease research. Using the power of fly ... Ttk69 can control proliferation in glial cells, strengthening its candidacy for a critical component between Notch and cell ...
  http://www.sdbonline.org/sites/fly/torstoll/basktjk5.htm
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