All Relations between neuroglial cell and cerebellum purkinje cell

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David E Buchholz, Thomas S Carroll, Arif Kocabas, Xiaodong Zhu, Hourinaz Behesti, Phyllis L Faust, Lauren Stalbow, Yin Fang, Mary E Hatte. Novel genetic features of human and mouse Purkinje cell differentiation defined by comparative transcriptomics. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America vol 117 issue 26 2020 32546527 To analyze human Purkinje cell (PC) differentiation, we optimized a protocol to generate human pluripotent stem cell-derived Purkinje cells (hPSC-PCs) that formed synapses when cultured with mouse cerebellar glia and granule cells and fired large calcium currents, measured with the genetically encoded calcium indicator jRGECO1a. 2020-09-30 2022-01-09 Not clear
F J Sei. The extracellular matrix molecule, laminin, induces purkinje cell dendritic spine proliferation in granule cell depleted cerebellar cultures. Brain research vol 795 issue 1-2 1998 9622607 Transplantation of such granuloprival cultures with glia or exposure to astrocyte conditioned medium in the absence of parallel fibers (granule cell axons) resulted in proliferation of Purkinje cell dendritic spines. 1998-08-19 2022-01-08 Not clear
F J Sei. Cerebellar culture models of dendritic spine proliferation after transplantation of glia. Journal of neural transplantation & plasticity vol 6 issue 1 1997 8959546 Studies of Purkinje cell dendritic spine proliferation after transplantation of cytosine arabinoside (Ara C) treated organotypic cerebellar cultures with glia and granule cells, either separately and in combination, were reviewed. 1997-03-19 2022-01-07 Not clear
F J Sei. Cerebellar culture models of dendritic spine proliferation after transplantation of glia. Journal of neural transplantation & plasticity vol 6 issue 1 1997 8959546 When Ara C-treated cerebellar cultures were transplanted with granule cells in the absence of functional glia, parallel fiber- Purkinje cell dendritic spine synapses formed, but no clusters of Purkinje cell dendritic spines were observed. 1997-03-19 2022-01-07 Not clear
S A Bayer, K V Wills, J Wei, Y Feng, S R Dlouhy, M E Hodes, T Verina, B Ghett. Phenotypic effects of the weaver gene are evident in the embryonic cerebellum but not in the ventral midbrain. Brain research. Developmental brain research vol 96 issue 1-2 1997 8922675 Quantitative measures of the following features showed stepwise differences between genotypes so that the wv/wv are most affected and wv/+ are somewhat affected compared with +/+: surface length of the midline vermis, area of the entire midline vermis and the external germinal layer (egl), total number of cells in the egl, [3H]thymidine-labeled and -unlabeled egl cells, cells in the Purkinje cell layer, cells in the region of the deep nuclei, [3H]thymidine-labeled cells in the Purkinje cell layer (presumptive proliferating Bergmann glia), and [3H]thymidine-labeled cells in the region of the deep nuclei. 1997-03-11 2022-01-07 Not clear
Y Bailly, S W Schoen, N Delhaye-Bouchaud, G W Kreutzberg, J Marian. 5'-nucleotidase activity as a synaptic marker of parasagittal compartmentation in the mouse cerebellum. Journal of neurocytology vol 24 issue 11 1996 8576716 Thus, 5'-nucleotidase appears as a marker of glia and of Purkinje cell synapses across cerebellar compartments. 1996-03-14 2022-01-07 Not clear
B J Anderson, X Li, A A Alcantara, K R Isaacs, J E Black, W T Greenoug. Glial hypertrophy is associated with synaptogenesis following motor-skill learning, but not with angiogenesis following exercise. Glia vol 11 issue 1 1994 7520887 The skill learning group had a greater volume of molecular layer per Purkinje cell, and also a greater volume of glia per Purkinje cell, than rats in either an inactive group or rats in two exercise groups. 1994-09-29 2022-01-07 rat
S Yuasa, J Kitoh, S Oda, K Kawamur. Obstructed migration of Purkinje cells in the developing cerebellum of the reeler mutant mouse. Anatomy and embryology vol 188 issue 4 1994 7506500 We examined the process of Purkinje cell migration in the cerebellar primordium of the reeler mutant immunohistochemically and electron-microscopically, employing a specific marker for Purkinje cells and markers for radial glia. 1994-02-07 2022-01-07 mouse
N Mackman, M S Sawdey, M R Keeton, D J Loskutof. Murine tissue factor gene expression in vivo. Tissue and cell specificity and regulation by lipopolysaccharide. The American journal of pathology vol 143 issue 1 1993 8317556 In the brain, Bergmann glia within the Purkinje cell layer of the cerebellum and neuroglia within the cerebral cortex expressed TF mRNA by in situ hybridization. 1993-07-29 2022-01-07 mouse
J F Ewing, S N Haber, M D Maine. Normal and heat-induced patterns of expression of heme oxygenase-1 (HSP32) in rat brain: hyperthermia causes rapid induction of mRNA and protein. Journal of neurochemistry vol 58 issue 3 1992 1737989 Six hours following heat shock, an intense increase in HO-1 protein in glia throughout the brain, ependyma lining the ventricles of the brain, paraventricular nucleus, Purkinje cell layer of the cerebellum, and cochlear nucleus of brainstem was observed. 1992-03-13 2022-01-07 rat
C K Meshul, F J Sei. Transplanted astrocytes reduce synaptic density in the neuropil of cerebellar cultures. Brain research vol 441 issue 1-2 1988 3359234 Cytosine arabinoside-treated neonatal mouse cerebellar cultures, devoid of granule cells and mature glia, demonstrate heterologous synapses between sprouted Purkinje cell recurrent axon collaterals and dendritic spines in the neuropil. 1988-06-09 2022-01-07 Not clear
B Hausmann, U Mangold, J Sievers, M Berr. Derivation of cerebellar Golgi neurons from the external granular layer: evidence from explantation of external granule cells in vivo. The Journal of comparative neurology vol 232 issue 4 1985 3920289 At the inner margin of the external granular layer, and in the marginal zone, radially oriented, darkly staining cells are present that exhibit all the characteristics of migrating neurons possessing a leading process oriented toward the Purkinje cell plate, a somatic cilium, and a close association with radial glia fibers. 1985-04-26 2022-01-07 Not clear
N K Blank, F J Sei. Reorganization in granuloprival cerebellar cultures after transplantation of granule cells and glia. II. Ultrastructural studies. The Journal of comparative neurology vol 214 issue 3 1983 6853757 After kainic acid-exposed cerebellar explants, which contain granule cells and mature glia, were transplanted to the granuloprival cultures, the following ultrastructural features were noted: (1) parallel fibers formed normal synapses with Purkinje cell dendritic spines as well as with basket/stellate cell somata; (2) sprouted Purkinje cell recurrent axon collateral terminals were markedly reduced in number; (3) Purkinje cells matured and lost perisomatic spines; (4) astroglia formed sheaths around Purkinje cell somata and dendrites; and (5) axonal myelination occurred. 1983-07-08 2022-01-07 Not clear
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