AIM: To observe the change of local transforming growth factor beta (TGF-β1) expression, which is correlated with wound healing and neural regeneration in rabbits after facial nerve injury of different degree.
The expression of NGF and TrkA mRNA shows corresponding expression regularity with the increasing of GAP 43 mRNA,which suggests that NGF and TrkA have a close relationship with the neural regeneration of splenic tissue.
AIM:To observe the effects of local application of alpha-amino-3-hydroxy-5-methyl-4-isoxazolepropionate(AMPA) receptor activator and its antagonist on the regeneration of peripheral nerve through establishment of rat models of neurotization after sciatic nerve transection.
Expression of neurofilament gene in spinal motoneurons during neural regeneration
Preservation of the basal lamina is considered to be the essential factor in allowing neural regeneration in these circumstances.
In multiple sclerosis and experimental autoimmune encephalomyelitis levels of lipocortins are raised, suggesting their involvement in the recovery from an immunological insult or in neural regeneration.
The newly developed heterotopic larynx transplant model allows studies of transplant viability, rejection mechanisms and neural regeneration and functional recovery to be performed with minimal animal morbidity and lowered research costs.
Planarian GSK3s are involved in neural regeneration
It was found that this chronic stress induced a decline in the locomotor, exploratory, and emotionality parameters of rats subjected to 14 days of neurotization.
Neurotization with 3 ipsilateral intercostal nerves was carried out in groups 1, 2 and 3.
Neurotization for restoration of arm function in complete cervical root avulsion
The results of the present study suggest that harvesting of a nerve graft by the stripper does not cause major injuries to the graft and, therefore, successful neurotization of the graft is not impaired.
Since each system contains a number of antagonists, a mutual blocking that is the result of the heteromorphous neurotization occurs, producing the symptoms of a residual paresis, although these "weak" muscles are well reinnervated.