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Cellular and molecular control of dendritic growth and development of cerebellar Purkinje cells

Josef P. Kapfhammer

Cellular and molecular control of dendritic growth and development of cerebellar Purkinje cells

by Josef P. Kapfhammer

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Published by Elsevier in Amsterdam, London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Neurons -- Growth.,
  • Cerebral cortex.,
  • Growth factors.,
  • Purkinje cells -- Growth.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references.

    StatementJosef P. Kapfhammer.
    SeriesProgress in histochemistry and cytochemistry -- v. 39, no. 3.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination[51] p. :
    Number of Pages51
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16117456M

    The cerebellar Purkinje cell has a large dendritic tree (4), covered with an enormous number of excitatory parallel fiber synapses (5). The geometry of the cerebellar molecular layer is such that parallel fibers make synapses at similar vertical positions in all Purkinje cells they contact (4). The cerebellar Purkinje cell has been the focus of numerous studies involving the analysis of development and information processing in the nervous system. Purkinje cells represent less than % of the total cell content of the cerebellum.

    Dendritic Spines of Rat Cerebellar Purkinje Cells: Serial Electron Microscopy with Reference to Their Biophysical Characteristics Kristen M. Harris’ and John K. Steven9 ‘Department of Neurology, Children’s Hospital, Boston, Massachusetts , and ‘Playfair Neuroscience Unit, University. dendritic arborizations and somatic configurations of cerebellar Purkinje cells (PCs) in young and old cats. 1 and 2 cerebellar Purkinje cells (PCs) of a 2-year-old cat (young) and a year-old cat (old) with rapid Golgi staining. Old PCs showed significant retraction in dendritic arborizations. 1a, and 2a show.

    Historically, the molecular and cellular mechanisms of cerebellar development were investigated through structural descriptions and studying spontaneous mutations in animal models and humans. Advances in experimental embryology, genetic engineering, and neuroimaging techniques render today the possibility to approach the analysis of. The calcium ion (Ca 2+) serves as an important cellular messenger with spatio-temporally highly dynamic only Ca 2+ entering from the plasma membrane but also Ca 2+ released from intracellular store sites play crucial roles in neurons as well as in other cell types. The cerebellar Purkinje cell shows a variety of spatio-temporal Ca 2+ dynamics in its rich arborization, and the Ca 2.


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Cellular and molecular control of dendritic growth and development of cerebellar Purkinje cells by Josef P. Kapfhammer Download PDF EPUB FB2

Although Purkinje cells are born rather early in development, their development is initially restricted to the elaboration of the axon which projects to the deep cerebellar nuclei or the vestibular nuclei (Eisenman et al., ).The development of the dendritic tree in the rat and mouse only begins shortly before by:   During postnatal cerebellar development, Purkinje cells form the most elaborate dendritic trees among neurons in the brain, which have been of great interest to many investigators.

This article overviews various examples of cellular and molecular mechanisms of formation of Purkinje cell dendrites as well as the methodological aspects of Cited by: Purkinje cells, also called Purkinje neurons, are neurons in vertebrate animals located in the cerebellar cortex of the je cell bodies are shaped like a flask and have many threadlike extensions called dendrites, which receive impulses from other neurons called granule cell also has a single projection called an axon, which transmits impulses to the part of the brain.

Protein kinase C: Its role in activity-dependent Purkinje cell dendritic development and plasticity Article Literature Review in The Cerebellum 2(3) February with 17 Reads.

dendritic development of cerebellar Purkinje cells Kong-Yan Wu 1, Xiu-Ping Zhou1,2 and Zhen-Ge Luo* Abstract Background: During cerebellar development, Purkinje cells (PCs) form the most elaborate dendritic trees among neurons in the brain, but the mechanism regulating PC.

During cerebellar development, Purkinje cells (PCs) form the most elaborate dendritic trees among neurons in the brain, but the mechanism regulating PC arborization remains largely unknown.

Geranylgeranyltransferase I (GGT) is a prenyltransferase that is responsible for lipid modification of several signaling proteins, such as Rho family small. The cerebellar cortex is composed of three layers, the granular layer, the Purkinje cell layer, and the molecular layer.

The dendritic trees from Purkinje cells extend into the molecular layer. C.R. Goodlett, G. Mittleman, in Conn's Translational Neuroscience, Five Main Neurons of the Cerebellar Cortex. Purkinje cells have very large cell bodies and enormous fan-shaped dendritic trees that fill the molecular layer, spreading broadly in the transverse plane of the folia but flattened in the horizontal plane.

Purkinje cells are the efferent projection neurons of the cerebellar. Since the dendritic patterns of the control Purkinje cells were too complex to trace all the branches and measure the dendritic length, we measured their dendritic area by counting the pixels of the gapVenus signal in digital images.

The dendritic area of the Purkinje cells in control larvae was μm 2 on average (n = 12, SEM = Title: Molecular and Cellular Control of Dendrite Maturation During Brain Development VOLUME: 3 ISSUE: 1 Author(s):F.

Metzger Affiliation:F. Hoffmann-La Roche Ltd.,CNS Discovery Research, Bld. 68/, CH Basel, Switzerland. Keywords:Dendritic growth, synapse pruning, neurotrophins, activity-dependent, dendrite plasticity Abstract: Neuronal dendrites are generated during development.

The topography and topology of the cerebellar anlage. The CNS arises from an apparent homogenous sheet of epithelial cells, the neural plate, induced during gastrulation by the dorsal lip of the blastopore in amphibians (Spemann and Mangold, ) or by the Hensen's node in the process of neural induction the neural plate pursues morphological differentiation, its edges thicken.

During cerebellar development, Purkinje cells (PCs) form the most elaborate dendritic trees among neurons in the brain, but the mechanism regulating PC arborization remains largely unknown. Geranylgeranyltransferase I (GGT) is a prenyltransferase that is responsible for lipid modification of several signaling proteins, such as Rho family small GTPase Rac1, which has been.

Detailed analysis of repetitive firing of Purkinje cells elicited by outward DC current shows that, as in the case of the antidromic invasion, the fast somatic potentials (s.s.) do not invade the dendrite actively.

However, the dendritic spike bursts (d.s.b.s) interposed between the s.s. potentials are most prominent at dendritic level.

Purkinje cells receive more synaptic inputs than any other type of cell in the brain—estimates of the number of spines on a single human Purkinje cell run as high asThe large, spherical cell bodies of Purkinje cells are packed into a narrow layer (one cell thick) of.

Cerebellar granule cells form the thick granular layer of the cerebellar cortex and are among the smallest neurons in the brain. (The term granule cell is used for several unrelated types of small neurons in various parts of the brain.) Cerebellar granule cells are also the most numerous neurons in the brain: in humans, estimates of their total number average around 50 billion, which means.

Cerebellum: Cellular Layers (3) 1. Molecular (outer) 2. -Dendrites of 2 cell type-Fibers of 1 cell type. Stellate cells 2. Basket cells 3. Purkinje cell dendrites 4.

Golgi dendrites 5. Parallel fibers of granule cells. Purkinje Cell Layer: components mossy fibers --> spread that excitation to. 1 The properties of glutamate receptor (GluR) channels in outside‐out patches from the dendrites and somata of rat cerebellar Purkinje cells in brain slices were studied using fast agonist applicat.

Spinocerebellar ataxias (SCA) are a group of cerebellar diseases characterized by progressive ataxia and cerebellar atrophy accompanied by a loss of Purkinje cells. Within SCA, Spinocerebellar ataxia type 14 (SCA14) is a subtype inherited in an autosomal dominant fashion and caused by missense, deletion or splice site mutations in the PRKCG gene, which is coding for protein kinase C (PKC.

The electro-dynamics of the dendritic space in Purkinje cells of the the cerebellar Purkinje cell with its single dendrite is the only output of the cerebellar cortex, making it a chief card for understanding the cerebellar function. This cell has been extensively studied. Purkinje cell pathology is a common finding in a range of inherited and acquired cerebellar disorders, with the degree of Purkinje cell injury dependent on the underlying aetiology.

Purkinje cells have an unparalleled resistance to insult and display unique regenerative capabilities within the central nervous system. Their response to cell injury is not typical of most neurons and likely.

The dendritic morphology of neurons has been a focus of study in computational neuroscience for many years (e.g.

[]), but it is rare that the morphology of the same cell has been compared across different study compares the morphology and resulting predicted passive electrical properties of cerebellar Purkinje cells obtained from a variety of different animal species, both.Dynamics of calcium and its roles in the dendrite of the cerebellar Purkinje cell Takafumi Inoue Division of Molecular Neurobiology, The Institute ofMedical Science, The University of Tokyo, Tokyo, Japan (Received for publication on Ap ) Abstract.

The calcium ion (Ca2B) serves as an important cellular messenger with spatio-temporally.Cerebellar corticogenesis begins with the assembly of Purkinje cells into the Purkinje plate (PP) by embryonic day (E) in mice. Although the dependence of PP formation on the secreted protein Reelin is well known and a prevailing model suggests that Purkinje cells migrate along the 'radial glial' fibers connecting the ventricular and pial surfaces, it is not clear how Purkinje cells.