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Centrosome distribution in cells of the chick optic tectum

JosГ© I. Sangerman

Centrosome distribution in cells of the chick optic tectum

by JosГ© I. Sangerman

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Published by National Library of Canada = Bibliothèque nationale du Canada in Ottawa .
Written in English


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SeriesCanadian theses = Thèses canadiennes
The Physical Object
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Open LibraryOL15084823M
ISBN 100315834099
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The centrosome was discovered by a Belgian scientist named Edouard Van Beneden in and was given the name by Theodor Boveri in These organelles are essentially a part of animal cells because in a plant cell, their function is performed by other cell organelles. LI cells were small- to medium-sized and labeled perikarya were absent only in layers 11 and 12 and in soma-free layers (1, 7, and 14) of the optic tectum. Marked neuropil staining for CB-LI was found in the area pretectalis and layers 5 and 6 of the optic tectum. Only layers of the tectum were devoid of CB-LI in the neuropil (Figure 1).

5. Expansion, Folding, and Abnormal Lamination of the Chick Optic Tectum After Intraventricular Injections of FGF2. LUKE D. MCGOWAN, * ROULA A. ALAAMA, AMANDA C. FREISE, JOHNNY C. HUANG, CHRISTINE J. CHARVET, AND GEORG F. STRIEDTER Comparative research has shown that evolutionary increases in brain region volumes often involve delays in neurogenesis. -More cells are in mitosis than any other stage of the cell cycle, making it easier to obtain mitotic cells for study.-Cells in mitosis have the fewest chromosomes, thus simplifying karyotype analysis.-Cells in mitosis contain the greatest number of chromosomes, thus providing more material for study.

Most CB-LI cells were small- to medium-sized and labeled perikarya were absent only in layers 11 and 12 and in soma-free layers (1, 7, and 14) of the optic tectum. Marked neuropil staining for CB-LI was found in the area pretectalis and layers 5 and 6 of the optic tectum. In the chick, retinal ganglion cell axons enter the optic tectum through a superficial lamina (the stratum opticum), extended branches into deeper laminae, and arborize in specific.


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Centrosome distribution in cells of the chick optic tectum by JosГ© I. Sangerman Download PDF EPUB FB2

Books; JCB Journal of Cell Biology; Distribution of an endogenous lectin in the developing chick optic tectum cellular localization of an endogenous lectin at various times during the development of a well-characterized region of chick brain, the optic tectum. This lectin is a carbohydrate-binding protein that interacts with lactose and Cited by:   Distribution of CRABP-I immunoreactivity in the anlage of the chick optic tectum.

(a) Immunohistochemical staining at stage E (a) Immunohistochemical staining at stage E Plane of transverse section is shown in the inset (drawings in this figure, Fig. 2, Fig. 3 modified after Bellairs and Osmond, ).Cited by: 2. Distribution of an endogenous lectin in the developing chick optic tectum.

cellular localization of an endogenous lectin at various times during the development of a well-characterized region of chick brain, the optic tectum. This lectin is a carbohydrate-binding protein that interacts with lactose and other saccharides, undergoes striking Cited by: Distribution of the cellular retinoic acid binding protein CRABP-I in the developing chick optic tectum Article in Brain Research (1) October with 42 Reads How we measure 'reads'.

We mapped the distribution of the three neuroglial cells, oligodendrocytes, astrocytes and microglia, in the chicken optic tectum using their specific markers, transferrin binding protein (TfBP), glial fibrillary acidic protein (GFAP), and Ricinus communis agglutinin-1 (RCA-1), respectively. Neuroglial cells showed distinct distribution according to their cell by:   After preincubation in a mouse retina7 labeled the radial glial cells of the chick humidified standard incubator until embryonic day 3 optic tectum, it was used as a radial glia marker (E3), they were transferred for further cultivation throughout the.

Radial arrangement of clonally related cells in the chicken optic tectum: lineage analysis with a recombinant retrovirus. G E Gray, J C Glover, J Majors, and J R Sanes Department of Anatomy and Neurobiology, Washington University School of Medicine, Saint Louis, MO   In the chick optic tectum, for example, several cadherins, neurotransmitters, and a carbohydrate epitope are concentrated in retinorecipient lami Blockade of N -cadherin or the epitope recognized by the lectin VVA impaired laminar specificity of retinal axons in vivo and in vitro [14].

As for the optic tectum, DCX and DCLK were expressed very similarly in the developing chick cerebellum (Table 3), although DCLK antibody again stained more intensely in most areas examined. Both proteins were first seen in the deep cerebellar nuclei and in the Purkinje cell layer at ED12, with expression persisting in the latter to at least.

The uptake and anterograde axonal transport of I-wheat germ agglutinin (WGA) has been investigated in the visual system of the chick. In order to obtain a marker with specific and homogeneous binding properties, the iodinated lectin was affinity purified by passage over an N-acetylglucosamine (NAcGlu)-Sepharose column after iodination.

22 h after vitreal injection of the purified I-WGA. Although some ectopic GFP expression domains in the retina and optic tectum could be observed, GFP fluorescence throughout the hindbrain and in sensory hair cells recapitulated the expression of endogenous atonal1a, as confirmed by coexpression analysis against atonal1a mRNA (Fig.

3, A and D) and anti-GFP immunohistochemistry (Fig. 3, B, E, and F). f, Immunostaining of chick E14 optic tectum electroporated with a GFP construct in the ventricular zone, showing that GFP protein was transported to the pial surface along the radial glial cells.

Cowan WM, Martin AH, Wenger E. Mitotic patterns in the optic tectum of the chick during normal development and after early removal of the optic vesicle. J Exp Zool. ; (1)– doi: /jez LaVail JH, Cowan WM. The development of the chick optic tectum. Autoradiographic studies. E-Mail Address. Password.

Forgotten Password. Remember Me. Localization of axonally transported I-wheat germ agglutinin beneath the plasma membrane of chick retinal ganglion cells. The long term effects on cellular ultrastructure and survival of exposure to the antimitotic drug taxol were investigated using explant cultures of embryonic chick optic tectum.

After days of continuous exposure the major changes were similar to those. Recall that the DV ordering in the optic tract approaching tectum is variable from fish/frog on one hand, where it is rather precise, to chick and rodent, where there is much less order, and at best only a slight bias to enter near the correct ML level (Fig.

Thus, most retinal axons in mice enter tectum at ML levels inappropriate to. Importance of Centrosomes: It is not yet known how exactly the duplication of centrosomes during interphase occurs. Also, it is notable that while centrosomes and centrioles do appear in most plant cells, mitosis can occur in plants in the absence of these fact, in some animal cells, mitosis can function even when the centrioles have been purposefully destroyed, but this.

Centrosome Definition. Centrosomes are organelles which serve as the main microtubule organizing centers for animal cells. Centrosomes are made of from arrangement of two barrel-shaped clusters of microtubules, called “centrioles,” and a complex of proteins that help additional microtubules to form.

The branching pattern of retinal fibres in layer 7 of the 1-day-old chick optic tectum was similar to that in 1-month-old birds, with the exception that in 1-day-old chicks the arborizations were smaller and the preterminals and terminal bulbs were sparser and more simply organized, with very few ‘bunch of grapes-like’ clusters (Figure 2c).

The centrosome acts as the main microtubule-nucleating organelle in animal cells and plays a critical role in mitotic spindle orientation and in genome stability. Yet, despite its central role in cell biology, the centrosome is not present in all multicellular organisms or in all cells of a given organism.

The main outcome of centrosome reproduction is the transmission of polarity to daughter.A. Neighboring cells are linked together at their apical ends by adherens junctions.

B. Cells have a cilium that projects into the lumen of the tube. C. Cells have endfeet in contact with the basal lamina that lines the ventricle. D. Cells undergo M-phase near the ventricular surface. E. More than one of .Centrosome localizes to the rear of migrating cells.

Given the reports that centrosomes often localize posterior to the nuclei in cells migrating persistently along one dimension (Pouthas et al., ; Doyle et al., ), we first examined centrosomal position relative to both the centroid of the cell spreading area (hereafter referred to simply as the centroid of the cell) and the nucleus in.