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Nerve growth factor and its antiserum

Nerve growth factor and its antiserum

papers presented at the symposium entitled Nerve Growth Factor and its Antiserum, held at University College, London, 15-16 April 1971; edited by Eleanor Zaimis and Julie Knight.

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Published by Athlone Press in London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Immune serums -- Congresses,
  • Immunosympathectomy -- Congresses,
  • Nerve growth factor -- Congresses

  • Edition Notes

    ContributionsKnight, Julie, Zaimis, Eleanor
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQP363 N44
    The Physical Object
    Pagination273p.
    Number of Pages273
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL18470651M

    In Nerve Growth Factor and its Antiserum (eds. E. Zaimis and J. Knight), The Athlone Press of the University of London, pp. 71– Google Scholar Letourneau, P. C. (), Chemo tactic response of nerve fibre elongation to Nerve Growth Factor. Cohen S. PURIFICATION OF A NERVE-GROWTH PROMOTING PROTEIN FROM THE MOUSE SALIVARY GLAND AND ITS NEURO-CYTOTOXIC ANTISERUM. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. Mar; 46 (3)– [PMC free article] Varon S, Nomura J, Shooter EM. The isolation of the mouse nerve growth factor protein in a high molecular weight form. Biochemistry.

      Tissue injury generates endogenous factors that heighten our sense of pain by increasing the response of sensory nerve endings to noxious stimuli1,2. Bradykinin and nerve growth factor . Charlwood, K. A., Lamont, D. M. & Banks, B. in Nerve Growth Factor and its Antiserum (eds Zaimis, E. & Knight, J.) – (Athlone, London, ).. Google Scholar.

    1. Author(s): Knight,Julie; Zaimis,Eleanor, Title(s): Nerve growth factor and its antiserum, edited by Eleanor Zaimis and Julie Knight. Papers presented at the symposium entitled Nerve growth factor and its antiserum, held at University College, London, April Country of Publication: England Publisher: London, Athlone Press, Among the wide variety of biologic substances present in snake venoms, nerve growth factor (NGF) is one of the most curious. As it is presently understood, NGF is an agent that regulates the growth and differentiation of neurons of sympathetic and, in some cases, sensory neural tissue (Levi-Montalcini and Angeletti, ).There are three principal characteristic biologic effects of NGF.


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Nerve growth factor and its antiserum papers presented at the symposium entitled Nerve Growth Factor and its AntiserumAuthor: ed. Eleanor Zaimis. Symposium on nerve growth factor and its antiserum: Responsibility: edited by Eleanor Zaimis and Julie Knight. Papers presented at the symposium entitled Nerve growth factor and its antiserum, held at University College, London, April The effects of nerve growth factor (NGF) and its antiserum on synapses in the superior cervical ganglion of the guinea-pig Nerve growth factor and its antiserum book been examined by intracellular recording and electron microscopy.

Exogenous NGF, supplied locally from a silicone rubber pellet implanted near ganglia for days, had little effect on either the function or the Cited by: The effects of Nerve Growth Factor and its antiserum on the postnatal development and survival after injury of sensory neurons in rat dorsal root ganglia.

Nerve growth factor (NGF) is known to. Julie Chao, in Handbook of Proteolytic Enzymes (Third Edition), Name and History. Mouse nerve growth factor (NGF) is a neurotrophic factor and the 7S NGF is a α 2 β 2 γ 2 complex. The β-subunit of nerve growth factor forms a stable high molecular mass complex with γ-nerve growth factor (γ-NGF) in the mouse submandibular gland [1].Mouse γ-nerve growth factor belongs to the.

Growth Control of Nerve Cells by a Protein Factor and Its Antiserum. By Rita Levi-Montalcini. See all Hide authors and affiliations. Science 10 Jan Vol.Issuepp.

DOI: /science Article; Info & Metrics; eLetters; PDF; This is a PDF-only article. Growth Response of Nerve Cells to a Tumor Factor.

The Nerve Growth Factor: Its Nature, Biological Sources, and Effects. Antiserum to the Nerve Growth Factor. Reevaluation of Control Mechanisms of Nerve Cells by Extrinsic Agents.

Summary. References and Notes. Nerve growth factor (NGF), which has a tertiary structure based on a cluster of 3 cystine disulfides and 2 very extended, but distorted beta-hairpins, is the prototype of a larger family of neurotrophins. Prior to the availability of cloning techniques.

When NGF is orally administered to neonatal mice at the daily doses of 10 μg/animal for a 1-week period, a marked volume increase of para- and prevertebral sympathetic ganglia and neuronal hypertrophy are produced. Conversely oral administration of NGF antiserum to NGF for the same length of time, produces destruction of sympathetic nerve cells.

BibTeX @MISC{Yip84theeffects, author = {Henry K. Yip and Keith M. Rich and Patricia A. Lampe and Eugene and M. Johnson}, title = {THE EFFECTS OF NERVE GROWTH FACTOR AND ITS ANTISERUM ON THE POSTNATAL DEVELOPMENT AND SURVIVAL AFTER INJURY OF SENSORY NEURONS IN RAT DORSAL ROOT GANGLIA’}, year = {}}.

The effects of nerve growth factor and its antiserum on the postnatal development and survival after injury of sensory neurons in rat dorsal root ganglia J. Nerve growth factor (NGF) is essential for the survival and differentiation of a number of neural crest derivatives, including sympathetic and sensory neurones1–3.

While early studies suggested. jections of nerve growth factor (NGF) and its antiserum on the survival and morphology of sympathetic ganglion cells in adult mice.

Using intracellular injections of Lucifer yellow in lightly fixed superior cervical ganglia, we show that total dendritic lengths of ganglion cells are increased 29% after. NGF. (Book Reviews: Nerve Growth Factor and Its Antiserum. A symposium, London, Apr. In the fall of2 years shy of her th birthday, Nobel laureate and National Academy of Sciences member Rita Levi-Montalcini yearned to start a new research project.

Her idea stemmed from studies she had carried out more than half a century earlier, through which she unveiled and characterized the function of NGF. Time had taken its toll on her sight and hearing, but her keen.

Journals & Books; Help E. Zaimis (Ed.), Nerve Growth Factor and Its Antiserum, Athlone Press, London () Google Scholar. This study was supported in part by U.S. Public Health Service Grant GM The author wishes to thank Dr. Richard B. Cohen, Dr. Seymour Rosen, Dr. Nelson Burstein and Dr.

Michael Young for advice in the. Download PDF: Sorry, we are unable to provide the full text but you may find it at the following location(s): g (external link)Author: L. Bitensky. Systemically administered Nerve Growth Factor (NGF) had a weak stimulatory effect and the antiserum to NGF a marked inhibitory effect on the regeneration of so-called short adrenergic neurons in the accessory genital organs of 5-week old male mice after chemical sympathectomy induced by 6-hydroxydopamine.

The NGF-induced effect was investigated 9 days after the 6-hydroxydopamine. The discovery of nerve growth factor (NGF) by Rita Levi-Montalcini in the s represents an important milestone in the processes that led to modern cell biology.

NGF was the first growth factor identified, for its action on the morphological differentiation of neural-crest-derived nerve.

Hendry, I.A., Iversen, L.L.: Effect of nerve growth factor and its antiserum on tyrosine hy-droxylase activity in mouse superior cervical sympathetic ganglion.

Get this from a library! Nerve growth factor and its antiserum papers presented at the symposium entitled Nerve Growth Factor and its Antiserum, held at University College, London, April. [Eleanor Zaimis; Julie Knight;].Nerve growth factor (NGF) is the only well defined agent completely reversed by administration of sufficient doses of that plays a role in mediating trophic actions between a neuron NGF within 48 hr after antiserum treatment (Goedert et al., and its peripheral target cells (see review by Theonen and ).