Purkinje


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Bohemian physiologist remembered for his discovery of Purkinje cells and the Purkinje network (1787-1869)

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The nuclear DNA base 5-hydroxymethylcytosine is present in Purkinje neurons and the brain.
Ventricular premature contractions (VPCs) originating from Purkinje system has been shown to be associated with polymorphic VTs and electrical storms after MI (5-7).
Por ejemplo, en fetos humanos de tercer trimestre la disminucion en los niveles de hormonas tiroideas que se observa en la restriccion de crecimiento intrauterino, se correlaciona con una disminucion en los niveles de RNAm y expresion de proteinas de los receptores al, [alfa]2, [beta]1 y [beta]2 tanto en la corteza cerebral como en las celulas de Purkinje del cerebelo cuando se compara con cerebros sanos.
Increased Dnm1l staining was more broadly distributed across molecular (ML) and Purkinje (PL) laminae of [ETS.
proposed a fake iris detection method that used three Purkinje images [11].
En condiciones normales, el impulso electrico que permite los latidos cardiacos se origina en la auricula derecha en una estructura llamada nodo sinusal o nodo sinoauricular, del que se disemina a las paredes de las auriculas y llega al nodulo auriculoventricular, de donde se conduce el impulso electrico por un conjunto de fibras llamadas haz de His, las cuales envian el impulso a una red de fibras llamadas de Purkinje, que desencadenan la contraccion ventricular.
The inclusion of engravings from the nineteenth century adds to the historic flavor of the entries--after all, many are drawn from that rich period of psychoneurological inquiry--but the handful of entries named for Bohemian physiologist Johannes Evangelista Purkyne (Purkinje afterimage, Purkinje effect, Purkinje figure, etc.
Although zinc supplementation in one study did not mitigate alcohol-induced cerebellar Purkinje cell loss following developmental alcohol exposure (Chen et al.
Closer examination reveals a reflection from the posterior (inner) surface, first described by Purkinje (1823) and referred to as "P2" (Purkinje image II) here.
NGF receptor immunoreactivity which was developed in the 3 layers of the cerebellar cortex in adult rats was decreased in the neuropil of the molecular layer and in the cytoplasm of Purkinje neurons of rats of 24 months.
31) Independent tissue culture studies have established that exogenously supplied serine "promotes neuronal survival and differentiation of sensory ganglia, hippocampal neurons, and cerebellar Purkinje cells.
Se ha demostrado que la ingesta cronica de etanol provoca una deposicion progresiva de la lipofuscina en las neuronas del hipocampo de las ratas (Borges, Paula-Barbosa y Volkl986), en las celulas cerebelosas de Purkinje (Lewandowska, Kujawa y Jedrzejewska, 1994), y en las neuronas simpaticas perifericas de las ratas (Jaatinen, Kiianmaa y Hervonen, 1992), un proceso que convive con perdida de neuronas provocada por el etanol y con sinapsis (Paula-Barbosa, Brandao, Madeira y Cadete-Leite, 1993).
Domestic suppliers include Beijing Beifenruili and Beijing Purkinje General.
The progressive ataxia is a result of degeneration of the Purkinje cells as well as the granular cells of the cerebellum.