8 mg (14 [micro]mol)/kg bw BDE-47 via a metal gastric tube on postnatal day (PND) 10 for field-excitatory postsynaptic potential (f-EPSP) recordings and brain protein analysis, or 68 mg (140 [micro]mol)/kg bw BDE-47 for amperometric recordings of chromaffin cells (to investigate presynaptic effects) at PND17-19.
evoked catecholamine release using carbon fiber microelectrode amperometry from isolated chromaffin cells and PC12 cells as described previously (Westerink and Vijverberg 2002).
Lozorthes Y, Bes JC, Sagen J, Tafani M et al, "Transplantation of Human Chromaffin Cells
for Control of Intractable Cancer Pain", Acta Neurochir.
Intrathecal polymer-encapsulated bovine adrenal chromaffin cells
fail to produce analgesic effects in the hotplate and formalin test.
Similar differences have been observed in adrenal medullary chromaffin cells
, where cells that produce and store mainly norepinephrine secrete catecholamines more actively than those that produce epinephrine (23).
Bovine chromaffin cells
were isolated following published methods (Mao et al.
Long-term alleviation of allodynia-like behaviors by intrathecal implantation of bovine chromaffin cells
in rats with spinal cord injury.
In the case of gastrointestinal chromaffin cells
, the catecholamine-synthesizing capacity becomes suppressed and serotonin synthesis supervenes.
Presence of a 300-kDa intermediate-filament-associated protein (IFAP-300kDa)in bovine chromaffin cells
In vivo administered reserpine increases piecemeal degranulation in rat adrenal chromaffin cells
Enhanced glucose uptake was found in response to arsenite (100 [micro]M for up to 180 min) in bovine chromaffin cells
(Fladeby and Serck-Hanssen 1999).
The presence of this sulfotransferase isoenzyme, and thus formation of sulfate-conjugated metanephrines, in adrenal medullary chromaffin cells
or pheochromocytoma tumor cells has not been established.
1997) reported increased release of catecholamines into medium after exposure of bovine adrenal chromaffin cells
to the noncoplanar PCB congener 2,4,2',4'-tetrachlorobiphenyl (TCB) but not to the tetrachlorinated coplanar congener 3,4,3',4'-TCB.
Pheochromocytomas are tumors of chromaffin cells
most frequently originating from the adrenal medulla and represent a rare cause of secondary hypertension attributable to excessive production of norepinephrine (NE) and/or epinephrine (E) (1).
An adrenal slice preparation for the study of chromaffin cells
and their cholinergic innervation.