Myelin Formation & Repair

Myelin surrounds axons and is important for efficient axonal function. Formation of myelin is regulated by many signaling pathways. Degeneration is a target for many diseases, particularly in multiple sclerosis and regeneration is associated with oligodendrocyte progenitor cells. Here is the latest research on myelin formation and repair.

December 13, 2019
Open Access

Myrf guides target gene selection of transcription factor Sox10 during oligodendroglial development

Nucleic Acids Research
Jessica ApratoMichael Wegner
December 10, 2019

High fat diet consumption results in mitochondrial dysfunction, oxidative stress, and oligodendrocyte loss in the central nervous system

Biochimica Et Biophysica Acta. Molecular Basis of Disease
Monica R LangleyIsobel A Scarisbrick
January 26, 2020
ReviewOpen Access

White Matter and Neuroprotection in Alzheimer's Dementia

Molecules : a Journal of Synthetic Chemistry and Natural Product Chemistry
Luca LorenziniLuciana Giardino
December 6, 2019

Recurrent laryngeal nerve regeneration using a self-assembling peptide hydrogel

The Laryngoscope
Masayoshi YoshimatsuKoichi Omori
March 7, 2020
ReviewOpen Access

Astrocyte and Oligodendrocyte Cross-Talk in the Central Nervous System

Cells
Erik NutmaLaura A N Peferoen
April 8, 2020
ReviewOpen Access

Klotho Pathways, Myelination Disorders, Neurodegenerative Diseases, and Epigenetic Drugs

BioResearch Open Access
Walter H MoosXiaohong Chen
January 11, 2020
Open Access

Distinct VIP and PACAP Functions in the Distal Nerve Stump During Peripheral Nerve Regeneration

Frontiers in Neuroscience
Patricia K WoodleyXin-Peng Dun
March 19, 2020
ReviewOpen Access

The GPR17 Receptor-A Promising Goal for Therapy and a Potential Marker of the Neurodegenerative Process in Multiple Sclerosis

International Journal of Molecular Sciences
Angela DziedzicMichal Bijak
February 23, 2020
Review

Regulation and signaling of the GPR17 receptor in oligodendroglial cells

Glia
Davide LeccaMarta Fumagalli

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