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Transcriptional reprogramming of distinct peripheral sensory neuron subtypes after axonal injury

bioRxiv

Nov 16, 2019

William RenthalClifford J Woolf

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Primary somatosensory neurons are specialized to transmit specific types of sensory information through differences in cell size, myelination, and the expression of distinct receptors and ion channels, which together define their transcriptional and functional identity. By transcription...read more

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Transcriptional reprogramming of distinct peripheral sensory neuron subtypes after axonal injury

bioRxiv

Nov 16, 2019

William RenthalClifford J Woolf

DOI: 10.1101/838854

Abstract

Primary somatosensory neurons are specialized to transmit specific types of sensory information through differences in cell size, myelination, and the expression of distinct receptors and ion channels, which together define their transcriptional and functional identity. By transcription...read more

Mentioned in this Paper

Atf3 protein, mouse
Size
Transcription, Genetic
Neurons
Environment
Ion Channel
Cellular Reprogramming
Ganglia
Axon Regeneration
Myelination
37
5

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