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Autistic-like behaviour in the Parvalbumin knockout mouse

Autism is increasingly being seen as an impairment or imbalance of the GABA-ergic system and due to the selective expression pattern of PV, ...

Plasma Membrane

A variety of coat complexes participate in vesicle formation Coat Locations G-protein COP-II ER → ERGIC Sar1 COP-I (coatomer) ERGIC ...

Three Types of Tyrosine Hydroxylase-Positive CNS Neurons ...

ergic chemical coding (Axelrod, 1986) that continued unbiased application of sensitive and specific assays for catecholamine biosynthetic enzymes (Saavedra

Altered Striatal Function and Muscarinic Cholinergic ...

ergic transmission include proteins involved in ACh synthe sis and release and receptors involved in neurotransmission. Recently developed AChE knockout (/) mice provide a

Endoplasmic reticulum storage diseases

ERGIC-53 binds certain glycoproteins in a calcium-dependent manner [22]. Upon mutation of ERGIC-53, ER exit of a small number of proteins is significantly reduced, in ...

Catatonia and neuroleptic malignant syndrome: psychopathology ...

Gaba-ergic involvement in catatonia is further supported by therapeutic efficiacy of electroconvulsive therapy (ECT) which is supposed to affect gaba-ergic transmission (Ungvari et al ...

Study Guide Chapter 12 / Nervous Tissue 1.

Explain how cholinergic synapses, GABA-ergic synapses, and adrenergic syapses work and how one may excite while another may inhibit a postsynaptic neuron. 13.

The ER-Golgi-Intermediate Compartment: dynamics and cargo ...

A particular discordance resides in defining the ER-Golgi-intermediate compartment (ERGIC) features: is it a stable or a maturing organelle? The ERGIC defined by the cycling lectin ERGIC-53 consists of tubulovesicular clusters.

Materials and Methods

GABA-ergic transmission in rat hippocampal slices and on ACh-triggered GABA release in rat hippocampal and human cerebral cortical slices could also be accounted for by its

J Neurophysiol 86:2363-2373, 2001. - Channel Antagonism ...

ergic shunting inhibition rather than a reduction in AHPs due to a block of SK channels. METHODS This research was approved by the Subcommittee on Animals