All Relations between neuroglial cell and matrix compartment

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Elise C Cope, Anna D Zych, Nicole J Katchur, Ren\\xc3\\xa9e C Waters, Blake J Laham, Emma J Diethorn, Christin Y Park, William R Meara, Elizabeth Goul. Atypical perineuronal nets in the CA2 region interfere with social memory in a mouse model of social dysfunction. Molecular psychiatry vol issue 2021 34183768 We sought to identify potential mechanisms of social memory dysfunction in the hippocampus by investigating features of neurons, glia, and the extracellular matrix (ECM) of BTBR mice, an inbred mouse strain with deficient social memory. 2021-12-28 2022-01-08 mouse
Rong Zhou, Bin Ji, Yanyan Kong, Limei Qin, Wuwei Ren, Yihui Guan, Ruiqing N. PET Imaging of Neuroinflammation in Alzheimer's Disease. Frontiers in immunology vol 12 issue 2021 34603323 Given that translocator protein is not exclusively expressed in glia, alternative targets are under rapid development, such as monoamine oxidase B, matrix metalloproteinases, colony-stimulating factor 1 receptor, imidazoline-2 binding sites, cyclooxygenase, cannabinoid-2 receptor, purinergic P2X7 receptor, P2Y12 receptor, the fractalkine receptor, triggering receptor expressed on myeloid cells 2, and receptor for advanced glycation end products. 2021-12-22 2022-01-08 Not clear
C C Stichel, H Niermann, D D'Urso, F Lausberg, S Hermanns, H W M\\xc3\\xbclle. Basal membrane-depleted scar in lesioned CNS: characteristics and relationships with regenerating axons. Neuroscience vol 93 issue 1 1999 10430496 Animals receiving dipyridyl showed reduction of collagen IV-immunopositive basal membrane in the lesion center, which was accompanied by: (i) a decrease in laminin, as well as chondroitin and heparan sulfate proteoglycan, deposition in the lesion center; (ii) an increase in chondroitin and keratan sulfate proteoglycan expression in the perilesional area; (iii) a typical activation pattern of astrocytes and microglia/macrophages; (iv) axons regenerating through this modified scar were closely associated with various glial cell types and crossed a prominent chondroitin/keratan sulfate proteoglycan matrix. 1999-10-08 2022-01-08 Not clear
Y Li, M Chop. Temporal profile of nestin expression after focal cerebral ischemia in adult rat. Brain research vol 838 issue 1-2 1999 10446310 Nestin is an intermediate filament protein, transiently and abundantly expressed early in embryogenesis, e.g., in neuroepithelial cells, radial glia, germinal matrix cells and vascular cells. 1999-10-07 2022-01-08 rat
H K Rooprai, A Kandanearatachi, G Rucklidge, G J Pilkingto. Influence of putative antiinvasive agents on matrix metalloproteinase secretion by human neoplastic glia in vitro. Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences vol 878 issue 1999 10415799 Influence of putative antiinvasive agents on matrix metalloproteinase secretion by human neoplastic glia in vitro. 1999-08-11 2022-01-08 Not clear
M R Del Bigio, J L Tch\\xc3\\xa9ling\\xc3\\xa9rian, C M Jacqu. Expression of extracellular matrix degrading enzymes during migration of xenografted brain cells. Neuropathology and applied neurobiology vol 25 issue 1 1999 10194776 Proteolytic enzymes, postulated to create an avenue for cell migration by digestion of host extracellular matrix molecules, have been implicated in neoplastic glial cell migration. 1999-06-15 2022-01-08 Not clear
T Kidd, K S Bland, C S Goodma. Slit is the midline repellent for the robo receptor in Drosophila. Cell vol 96 issue 6 1999 10102267 Slit is a large extracellular matrix protein expressed by midline glia. 1999-04-27 2022-01-08 drosophila_melanogaster
W T Bass, G A Singer, F J Liuzz. Transient lectin binding by white matter tract border zone microglia in the foetal rabbit brain. The Histochemical journal vol 30 issue 9 1999 9870766 We studied developmental aspects of complex carbohydrate expression by white matter glia in the foetal rabbit brain using the tomato lectin Lycopersicon esculentum, which has affinity for components of the extracellular matrix proteins and cell surface proteins (N-acetylglucosamine) and activated lysosomal membrane glycoproteins (N-acetyllactosamine). 1999-03-22 2022-01-08 Not clear
D Virgintino, E Maiorano, M Errede, A Vimercati, P Greco, L Selvaggi, L Roncali, M Bertoss. Astroglia-microvessel relationship in the developing human telencephalon. The International journal of developmental biology vol 42 issue 8 1999 9879715 In the two stages examined, VIM- and GFAP-positive fibers of the radial glia establish close relationships with the radial and periventricular microvessels, which are GLUT1-positive and lined by an LM-positive basal lamina-like matrix. 1999-03-22 2022-01-08 Not clear
P A Lapchak, D M Araujo, D C Hilt, S Jiao, F Collin, Y Miyoshi, A Yi, Z Zhang, D M Gas. Topographical distribution of [125I]-glial cell line-derived neurotrophic factor in unlesioned and MPTP-lesioned rhesus monkey brain following a bolus intraventricular injection. Brain research vol 789 issue 1 1998 9602028 Throughout the brain, there was also substantial non-parenchymal labelling of [125I]-glial cell line-derived neurotrophic factor, possibly associated with extracellular matrix components, meninges and vasculature due to the heparin binding properties of glial cell line-derived neurotrophic factor. 1998-07-27 2022-01-08 monkey
X Wang, C Louden, T L Yue, J A Ellison, F C Barone, H A Solleveld, G Z Feuerstei. Delayed expression of osteopontin after focal stroke in the rat. The Journal of neuroscience : the official journal of the Society for Neuroscience vol 18 issue 6 1998 9482794 Taken together, these data suggest that the upregulation of OPN after focal brain ischemia may play a role in cellular (glia, macrophage) migration/activation and matrix remodeling that provides for new matrix-cell interaction. 1998-04-13 2022-01-08 Not clear
L A Cavalcante, J Garcia-Abreu, V Moura Neto, L C Silva, P C Barrada. Heterogeneity of median and lateral midbrain radial glia and astrocytes. Revista brasileira de biologia vol 56 Su 1 Pt 1 issue 1998 9394488 Our results indicate that cultured astrocytes have heterogeneous properties including different organization of their extracellular matrix that reflect the roles played by their parent radial glia in regions favorable to axonal growth or barrier regions of the developing brain. 1998-03-04 2022-01-08 Not clear
D E Scott, S L Hanse. Post-traumatic regeneration, neurogenesis and neuronal migration in the adult mammalian brain. Virginia medical quarterly : VMQ vol 124 issue 4 1997 9337574 Evidence from the current investigation appears to confirm that specialized glia of the neurohypophyseal system, the so-called pituicyte, proliferate following hypophysectomy and may serve as a growth matrix or structural template that may target and direct regenerating Supraoptic (SON) and Paraventricular (PVN) axons toward endothelial primordia in the regenerating neural stem and lobe. 1997-11-21 2022-01-08 Not clear
K Jacobs, R Lakes-Harla. Lectin histochemistry of the metathoracic ganglion of the locust Schistocerca gregaria before and after axotomy of the tympanal nerve. The Journal of comparative neurology vol 387 issue 2 1997 9336227 Datura stramonium lectin (DSL), Griffonia simplicifolia lectin II, and Solanum tuberosum lectin (STL) bound to glial cells or glia surrounding extracellular matrix. 1997-11-20 2022-01-08 Not clear
M T Fitch, J Silve. Glial cell extracellular matrix: boundaries for axon growth in development and regeneration. Cell and tissue research vol 290 issue 2 1997 9321701 Glial cell extracellular matrix: boundaries for axon growth in development and regeneration. 1997-11-18 2022-01-08 Not clear
M T Fitch, J Silve. Glial cell extracellular matrix: boundaries for axon growth in development and regeneration. Cell and tissue research vol 290 issue 2 1997 9321701 The relevant evidence for glial cell boundaries and the inhibitory molecules present in these extracellular matrix structures is discussed in this minireview. 1997-11-18 2022-01-08 Not clear
A R Harvey, C L Kendall, E Sykov\\xc3\\xa. The status and organization of astrocytes, oligodendroglia and microglia in grafts of fetal rat cerebral cortex. Neuroscience letters vol 228 issue 1 1997 9197287 The observed changes in glial cell phenotype and extracellular matrix in cortical transplants are likely to affect neuronal physiology and connectivity in a number of ways, and highlight the importance of studying both glia and neurons in order to gain a more comprehensive picture of the long-term functional potential of fetal brain grafts. 1997-08-28 2022-01-08 rat
C J Pilkingto. The role of the extracellular matrix in neoplastic glial invasion of the nervous system. Brazilian journal of medical and biological research = Revista brasileira de pesquisas medicas e biologicas vol 29 issue 9 1997 9181059 As in other organs, tumour cell invasion is, in part, facilitated by interaction with the extracellular matrix (ECM); however, apart from the vascular basal lamina and the glia limitans externa, the CNS lacks a well-defined ECM. 1997-08-20 2022-01-08 Not clear
J Garcia-Abreu, L A Cavalcante, L G Silva, V Moura Net. The extracellular matrix of the midline and non-midline midbrain glia: correlations with neurite growth-supporting abilities. Brazilian journal of medical and biological research = Revista brasileira de pesquisas medicas e biologicas vol 29 issue 9 1997 9181061 The extracellular matrix of the midline and non-midline midbrain glia: correlations with neurite growth-supporting abilities. 1997-08-20 2022-01-08 Not clear
C Lundberg, A Mart\\xc3\\xadnez-Serrano, E Cattaneo, R D McKay, A Bj\\xc3\\xb6rklun. Survival, integration, and differentiation of neural stem cell lines after transplantation to the adult rat striatum. Experimental neurology vol 145 issue 2 Pt 1 1997 9217071 It is concluded that the ts cell lines are highly suitable for intracerebral transplantation and that they allow the creation of a regionally confined cellular chimeras where the graft-derived glial cells become stably integrated with the resident glial cell matrix. 1997-07-31 2022-01-08 Not clear
G A Ushakova, H A Gubkina, V A Kachur, E A Lepekhi. Effect of experimental hyperphenylalaninemia on the postnatal rat brain. International journal of developmental neuroscience : the official journal of the International Society for Developmental Neuroscience vol 15 issue 1 1997 9099613 We have studied three molecular markers that reflect the development of neurons, glia and the extracellular matrix of the postnatal rat brain in an animal model of hyperphenylalaninemia, in order to elucidate the possible mechanism by which increased phenylalanine influences brain development. 1997-07-02 2022-01-07 rat
S Yuas. Bergmann glial development in the mouse cerebellum as revealed by tenascin expression. Anatomy and embryology vol 194 issue 3 1997 8849669 Tenascin, an astroglia-derived extracellular matrix molecule, is also expressed by radial glia of the embryonic mouse cerebellum. 1997-02-14 2022-01-07 Not clear
J Nicholls, N Saunder. Regeneration of immature mammalian spinal cord after injury. Trends in neurosciences vol 19 issue 6 1996 8761958 In particular, the extracellular matrix and molecules associated with glia have been shown to play a role in promoting and inhibiting regeneration. 1996-12-03 2022-01-07 rat
S Deb, P E Gottschal. Increased production of matrix metalloproteinases in enriched astrocyte and mixed hippocampal cultures treated with beta-amyloid peptides. Journal of neurochemistry vol 66 issue 4 1996 8627321 Tissue remodeling enzymes that are critical in peripheral inflammatory responses are the matrix metalloproteinases (MMPs), enzymes produced by neurons and glia. 1996-06-25 2022-01-07 Not clear
J Garcia-Abreu, L A Cavalcante, V Moura Net. Differential patterns of laminin expression in lateral and medial midbrain glia. Neuroreport vol 6 issue 5 1995 7605943 An analysis of the extra cellular matrix (ECM) in regionally heterogeneous midbrain glia has been started. 1995-08-17 2022-01-07 Not clear
D M Jaworski, G M Kelly, S Hockfiel. The CNS-specific hyaluronan-binding protein BEHAB is expressed in ventricular zones coincident with gliogenesis. The Journal of neuroscience : the official journal of the Society for Neuroscience vol 15 issue 2 1995 7869103 The regulation of proliferation and differentiation by HA in other tissues, together with the expression of BEHAB in zones of mitotic activity coincident with the generation of glia, suggests that the extracellular matrix protein encoded by BEHAB could play a role in the generation or differentiation of CNS glia. 1995-03-29 2022-01-07 Not clear
K K Rybicka, S B Udi. Ultrastructure and GABA immunoreactivity in layers 8 and 9 of the optic tectum of Xenopus laevis. The European journal of neuroscience vol 6 issue 10 1995 7850020 Glia were characterized by granular cytoplasm and large mitochondria, often displaying a crystalline matrix structure. 1995-03-16 2022-01-07 xenopus_laevis
J N Kott, L E Westrum, E W Raines, M Sasahara, R Ros. Olfactory ensheathing glia and platelet-derived growth factor B-chain reactivity in the transplanted rat olfactory bulb. International journal of developmental neuroscience : the official journal of the International Society for Developmental Neuroscience vol 12 issue 4 1994 7976486 We believe that ensheathing glia (being rich in growth-related factors and extracellular matrix molecules) may be useful in providing trophic support and guidance for the reconstruction of developmentally or traumatically damaged neuronal pathways not directly related to the olfactory system. 1994-12-21 2022-01-07 Not clear
D R Canning, R J McKeon, D A DeWitt, G Perry, J R Wujek, R C Frederickson, J Silve. beta-Amyloid of Alzheimer's disease induces reactive gliosis that inhibits axonal outgrowth. Experimental neurology vol 124 issue 2 1994 8287928 In vitro the proteoglycan-containing matrix deposited by glia on beta-amyloid blocks the usual ability of the peptide to allow cortical neurons to adhere and grow. 1994-02-18 2022-01-07 Not clear
S A Vinores, M M Herman, S F Hackett, P A Campochiar. A morphological and immunohistochemical study of human retinal pigment epithelial cells, retinal glia, and fibroblasts grown on Gelfoam matrix in an organ culture system. A comparison of structural and nonstructural proteins and their application to cell type identification. Graefe's archive for clinical and experimental ophthalmology = Albrecht von Graefes Archiv fur klinische und experimentelle Ophthalmologie vol 231 issue 5 1993 8319918 A morphological and immunohistochemical study of human retinal pigment epithelial cells, retinal glia, and fibroblasts grown on Gelfoam matrix in an organ culture system. 1993-08-03 2022-01-07 Not clear
C Nitsch, A L Scott. Ibotenic acid-induced calcium deposits in rat substantia nigra. Ultrastructure of their time-dependent formation. Acta neuropathologica vol 85 issue 1 1993 1285497 At the border between glia and dendrite a fibrillar matrix was formed which further accumulated calcium. 1993-03-11 2022-01-07 Not clear
C Nitsch, A L Scott. Ibotenic acid-induced calcium deposits in rat substantia nigra. Ultrastructure of their time-dependent formation. Acta neuropathologica vol 85 issue 1 1993 1285497 It is suggested that the different outfit of neuronal subpopulations and of glia with ligand-gated and metabotropic glutamate receptors in the single brain region, as well as the local response repertoire of glial cells towards the excitotoxic injury with the subsequent formation of a calcium-accumulating matrix provide the molecular basis for the formation of calcium deposits. 1993-03-11 2022-01-07 Not clear
A Mazure, I Grierso. In vitro studies of the contractility of cell types involved in proliferative vitreoretinopathy. Investigative ophthalmology & visual science vol 33 issue 12 1992 1428714 Bovine scleral fibroblasts (BSF), retinal pigment epithelium (BRPE) and retinal glia (BRG) were suspended in a rapidly polymerizing floating type I collagen matrix. 1992-12-17 2022-01-07 Not clear
D D Hunter, R Llinas, M Ard, J P Merlie, J R Sane. Expression of s-laminin and laminin in the developing rat central nervous system. The Journal of comparative neurology vol 323 issue 2 1992 1401258 We also used tissue culture methods to show that glia are capable of synthesizing "brain-like" s-laminin, and of assembling it into an extracellular matrix. 1992-11-03 2022-01-07 rat
G Stoltenburg-Didinger, F Boegne. Glia toxicity in dissociation cell cultures induced by cyclosporine. Neurotoxicology vol 13 issue 1 1992 1324448 For cultivation of nerve and glia cells we used beta NGF, a soluble trophic factor, and NTF B 82 as a matrix factor. 1992-09-22 2022-01-07 chicken
H Vogel, E C Butcher, L J Picke. H-CAM expression in the human nervous system: evidence for a role in diverse glial interactions. Journal of neurocytology vol 21 issue 5 1992 1607880 In the mature CNS, fibrous and subpial astrocytes, glial outlines within the glomeruli of the cerebellar granule cell layer, Bergmann glia, and extraneuronal grey matter matrix in certain locations are H-CAM+. 1992-07-17 2022-01-07 Not clear
A Ghahary, R Bhatnagar, K Price, N L Forsyth, Y J Shen, T E Tredget, S K Malhotr. Rat glioma cell lines C6 and 9L synthesize type 1 collagen in vitro. Brain research bulletin vol 28 issue 1 1992 1540844 Glial cell lines (C6, a glioma and 9L, a gliosarcoma) grown in vitro produce type 1 collagen which is detectable in the extracellular matrix by immunocytochemistry. 1992-04-09 2022-01-09 Not clear
T Tohyama, V M Lee, L B Rorke, M Marvin, R D McKay, J Q Trojanowsk. Nestin expression in embryonic human neuroepithelium and in human neuroepithelial tumor cells. Laboratory investigation; a journal of technical methods and pathology vol 66 issue 3 1992 1538585 germinal matrix cells, neuroepithelial cells lining the central canal, radial glia and vascular cells. 1992-04-02 2022-01-09 Not clear
E D Laywell, D A Steindle. Boundaries and wounds, glia and glycoconjugates. Cellular and molecular analyses of developmental partitions and adult brain lesions. Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences vol 633 issue 1992 1789543 These partitions, which we think of as boundaries, consist of dense aggregates of glial fibrillary acidic protein (GFAP)-positive radial glia, young astrocytes and their processes, and developmentally regulated glycoconjugates (e.g., J1/tenascin and the 473 proteoglycan) that can be thought of as recognition molecules present on membranes or perhaps within the extracellular matrix. 1992-03-24 2022-01-07 Not clear
M D Gershon, V M Tennyso. Microenvironmental factors in the normal and abnormal development of the enteric nervous system. Progress in clinical and biological research vol 373 issue 1992 1664104 Cells that differentiate into neurons or glia presumably no longer migrate; therefore, the bowel distal to the region in which they respond to the abnormal extracellular ls/ls matrix does not become colonized by crest-derived cells. 1992-03-10 2022-01-07 mouse
M Bertossi, D Ribatti, L Mancini, D Virgintino, B Nico, F Quondamatteo, A Marzullo, L Roncal. [Changes in the subendothelial compartment during the maturation process of cerebral microvessels]. Bollettino della Societa italiana di biologia sperimentale vol 67 issue 2 1991 1888482 The spatial and temporal coincidence between basement lamina formation, endothelium tight junction differentiation, and perivascular arrangement of the astrocytic glia, indicates that these events are correlated and corroborates the hypothesis that the glia needs an extracellular matrix to induce the junctional system maturation in the neural endothelia. 1991-10-17 2022-01-07 chicken
P N Bullock, L H Rom. Glass micro-fibers: a model system for study of early events in myelination. Journal of neuroscience research vol 27 issue 3 1991 2097381 Cells cultured in the presence of glass micro-fibers coated with a glial cell matrix extract were induced to organize into clusters around the fibers. 1991-07-19 2022-01-07 Not clear
R C Armstrong, L Harvath, M E Dubois-Dalc. Type 1 astrocytes and oligodendrocyte-type 2 astrocyte glial progenitors migrate toward distinct molecules. Journal of neuroscience research vol 27 issue 3 1991 2097382 Therefore, we have investigated whether polypeptide growth factors and/or extracellular matrix molecules may mediate the migration of two major glial cell types, type 1 astrocytes and oligodendrocyte-type 2 astrocyte (O-2A) progenitor cells. 1991-07-19 2022-01-07 Not clear
S Jhaveri, R S Erzurumlu, K Crossi. Barrel construction in rodent neocortex: role of thalamic afferents versus extracellular matrix molecules. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America vol 88 issue 10 1991 1709743 To assign the role of some of these elements in cortical pattern formation, we have examined the temporal correlation between periphery-related patterns formed by thalamocortical axons and by extracellular matrix (ECM) molecules associated with neurons and glia in the cortex. 1991-06-25 2022-01-07 Not clear
M E Hatten, R K Liem, M L Shelanski, C A Maso. Astroglia in CNS injury. Glia vol 4 issue 2 1991 1827781 Although previous models suggested that astroglial cells present in "scars" impede axon regrowth owing to irreversible changes in the glial cell following injury, recent in vivo and in vitro studies indicate that astroglial cells exhibit considerable plasticity, elevating expression of the glial filament protein and altering expression of properties which support axons, including extracellular matrix components and cell surface adhesion systems. 1991-06-25 2022-01-07 Not clear
I S Zagon, P J McLaughli. Identification of opioid peptides regulating proliferation of neurons and glia in the developing nervous system. Brain research vol 542 issue 2 1991 2029640 In both the external germinal (granule) layer (EGL), a germinative matrix giving rise to neurons, and the medullary layer (MED), a pool of cells that are the precursors of glia (astrocytes and oligodendrocytes), [Met5]enkephalin and peptide F were extremely potent in depressing the labeling index (LI) using [3H]thymidine and autoradiographic techniques; concentrations as low as 100 micrograms/kg reduced the LI of EGL cells by 24% and MED cells by 43%. 1991-06-19 2022-01-07 rat
J Ito, R Tanaka, T Kat. [Interaction between neuron and glia in the culture system]. Human cell vol 2 issue 2 1991 2486603 Neuron and glia in culture produce varied trophic factors including extracellular matrix, growth factor cell adhesion factor, and cell growth inhibitory factor, and further secrete them into the culture medium. 1991-02-14 2022-01-07 Not clear
S L Marklun. Expression of extracellular superoxide dismutase by human cell lines. The Biochemical journal vol 266 issue 1 1990 2106874 It is suggested that tissue EC-SOD is secreted by a few well-dispersed cell types, such as fibroblasts and glia cells, to diffuse subsequently around and reversibly bind to heparan sulphate proteoglycan ligands in the glycocalyx of the surface of most tissue cell types and in the interstitial matrix. 1990-04-09 2022-01-07 Not clear
K L Crossin, S Hoffman, S S Tan, G M Edelma. Cytotactin and its proteoglycan ligand mark structural and functional boundaries in somatosensory cortex of the early postnatal mouse. Developmental biology vol 136 issue 2 1990 2479585 The expression of the extracellular matrix molecules cytotactin, which is synthesized by glia, and cytotactin-binding (CTB) proteoglycan, which is synthesized by neurons, was examined in the developing brain of the mouse, specifically in the cortical barrel field, using highly specific polyclonal antibodies to the purified molecules. 1990-01-10 2022-01-07 Not clear
T Ikeda, H Mashimoto, K Iwasaki, I Shimokawa, T Matsu. A sequential ultrastructural and histoautoradiographic study of early neoplastic lesions in ethylnitrosourea-induced rat glioma. Acta pathologica japonica vol 39 issue 8 1989 2816364 These findings suggest that in the initial or very early stages of glial cell neoplastic proliferation, it is necessary for the neoplastic cells to maintain contact with the neurons for metabolic purposes, and that after losing contact, these cells can proliferate autonomously with the accumulation of extracellular matrix. 1989-11-24 2022-01-07 Not clear
T M Zaalishvili, N Sh Dzhaparidze, R D Michilashvili, V L Anchabadz. [Study of nuclear poly(ADP-ribose)polymerase and DNA-topoisomerase II of brain cells during postnatal development of rats]. Biokhimiia (Moscow, Russia) vol 54 issue 4 1989 2547454 It was shown that the poly(ADP-ribose)polymerase activity of nuclei and nuclear matrix of neuronal cells during postnatal development of rats is increased, whereas the polymerase activity of glial cell nuclei and nuclear matrix in newborn and adult rats is higher than in 14-day-old animals. 1989-09-19 2022-01-07 rat
J A Black, S G Waxma. The perinodal astrocyte. Glia vol 1 issue 3 1989 2976037 Moreover, N-CAM, which is a member of the same family as J1, and cytotactin, an extracellular matrix component produced by glia, are localized at the interface between the axon and perinodal astrocyte processes at nodes of Ranvier. 1989-04-06 2022-01-07 Not clear
S Denis-Donini, M Esteno. Interneurons versus efferent neurons: heterogeneity in their neurite outgrowth response to glia from several brain regions. Developmental biology vol 130 issue 1 1988 3181629 The olfactory bulb glia differs from other brain region glia in two aspects: (a) in addition to type I astrocytes, common to all the glial monolayers that we have studied, it contains a population of fusiform astrocytes (GFAP+) that might represent the superficial glia (Raisman, 1985); and (b) both astrocytes and fusiform cells produce large amounts of laminin that is secreted in a thick extracellular matrix. 1988-12-21 2022-01-07 Not clear
G Campbell, D O Fros. Synaptic organization of anomalous retinal projections to the somatosensory and auditory thalamus: target-controlled morphogenesis of axon terminals and synaptic glomeruli. The Journal of comparative neurology vol 272 issue 3 1988 2843579 This finding suggests that the differentiation of morphological features involved in contacts among neurons (including the type, number and size of interconnected neuronal elements and the loci at which they contact each other) is responsive to interactions among the connected elements, or between neural elements and their environment (e.g., glia, extracellular matrix), whereas the differentiation of structures reflecting intrinsic functions of individual neuronal elements is not responsive to such interactions. 1988-10-17 2022-01-07 Not clear
A H Koeppen, M P Dentinge. Brain hemosiderin and superficial siderosis of the central nervous system. Journal of neuropathology and experimental neurology vol 47 issue 3 1988 3367157 In siderotic cerebellar cortex, ferritin reaction product occurred in the hemosiderin matrix, the cell bodies and processes of Bergmann glia, and in microglia. 1988-06-10 2022-01-07 Not clear
P C Burger, T Shibata, A Aguzzi, P Kleihue. Selective induction by N-nitrosoethylurea of oligodendrogliomas in fetal forebrain transplants. Cancer research vol 48 issue 10 1988 3359443 It has remained controversial whether these neoplasms originate from differentiated glia or from pluripotent precursor cells of the subependymal matrix layer. 1988-06-03 2022-01-07 rat
N Kleitman, P Wood, M I Johnson, R P Bung. Schwann cell surfaces but not extracellular matrix organized by Schwann cells support neurite outgrowth from embryonic rat retina. The Journal of neuroscience : the official journal of the Society for Neuroscience vol 8 issue 2 1988 3339432 Despite evidence that glial cell surfaces and components of the extracellular matrix (ECM) support neurite outgrowth in many culture systems, the relative contributions of these factors have rarely been compared directly. 1988-03-22 2022-01-07 Not clear
N J Lane, S S Campigli. The lack of a structured blood-brain barrier in the onychophoran Peripatus acacioi. Journal of neurocytology vol 16 issue 1 1987 3585418 Thin glial cell processes, characterized by dense filaments, surround these regions and frequently form hemi-desmosomes with the extracellular matrix. 1987-06-26 2022-01-07 Not clear
J Sievers, C von Knebel Doeberitz, F W Pehlemann, M Berr. Meningeal cells influence cerebellar development over a critical period. Anatomy and embryology vol 175 issue 1 1987 3099597 The ensuing foliation and lamination disruption in the cerebellar vermis is attributed to a disintegration of the cerebellar surface and a disorganization of the glial scaffold of the cerebellar cortex due to a loss of meningeal-glial interaction in stabilizing the extracellular matrix at the glia limitans superficialis (v. Knebel Doeberitz et al. 1987-02-17 2022-01-07 Not clear
G M Smith, R H Miller, J Silve. Changing role of forebrain astrocytes during development, regenerative failure, and induced regeneration upon transplantation. The Journal of comparative neurology vol 251 issue 1 1986 3760257 Our studies suggest that when controlled with a prosthesis, gliosis during the critical period is a beneficial process that can promote the reconstruction of malformed axon pathways; that in older animals a variety of changes in reactive glia and the extracellular matrix may work together to hinder axon regeneration after the critical period; and that axonal regeneration in the postcritical CNS may be stimulated by reintroducing an immature glial environment at the lesion site. 1986-11-12 2022-01-07 mouse
V M Tennyson, T D Pham, T P Rothman, M D Gersho. Abnormalities of smooth muscle, basal laminae, and nerves in the aganglionic segments of the bowel of lethal spotted mutant mice. The Anatomical record vol 215 issue 3 1986 3740466 We suggest that the extracellular matrix and/or cells of mesenchymal origin of the terminal bowel of the ls/ls mouse may prevent the ingrowth of the normal precursors of the glia as well as neurons of the enteric nervous system, but may permit or even encourage the ingrowth of abnormal numbers of extrinsic axons. 1986-09-17 2022-01-07 mouse
G Benshalom, T S Rees. Ultrastructural observations on the cytoarchitecture of axons processed by rapid-freezing and freeze-substitution. Journal of neurocytology vol 14 issue 6 1986 2420942 The cytoplasmic matrix of axons and glia consists of a material with a fine granular texture enmeshed in a three-dimensional meshwork of short, fine filaments which vary in shape, size and electron density. 1986-05-13 2022-01-07 drosophila_melanogaster
E de Juan, H M Lambert, R Macheme. Recurrent proliferations in macular pucker, diabetic retinopathy, and retrolental fibroplasialike disease after vitrectomy. Graefe's archive for clinical and experimental ophthalmology = Albrecht von Graefes Archiv fur klinische und experimentelle Ophthalmologie vol 223 issue 4 1985 2414158 The membranes were characterized ultrastructurally by the presence of reactive glia and moderate amounts of collagen in the extracellular matrix. 1985-12-18 2022-01-07 Not clear
N J Lenn, L Whitmor. Gestational changes in the germinal matrix of the normal rhesus monkey fetus. Pediatric research vol 19 issue 1 1985 3969305 The matrix cells, glia, ependyma, and capillaries showed no important structural changes during the 3rd trimester. 1985-03-20 2022-01-07 Not clear
N Sakellaridis, D Mangoura, A Vernadaki. Glial cell growth in culture: influence of living cell substrata. Neurochemical research vol 9 issue 10 1985 6514111 Recently, we reported a study on the contribution of fibroblast cell substratum and extracellular matrix in glial cell growth. 1985-02-04 2022-01-07 chicken
M A Matthews, M F St Onge, C L Faciane, J B Gelder. Axon sprouting into segments of rat spinal cord adjacent to the site of a previous transection. Neuropathology and applied neurobiology vol 5 issue 3 1979 471189 First the injured surfaces of the divided cord become invested by a glial limiting membrane (glia limitans) and, concomitantly, large numbers of axons ensheathed by Schwann cells sprout into the scar matrix and along the eroded dorsal column region. 1979-10-17 2022-01-07 rat
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