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Neural Mechanisms of Autonomic Dysfunction in Neurological Diseases

reviewers for their support and constructive critiques in making this special issue possible. De-Pei Li Yu-Long Li Jianhua Li Sheng Wang References D. P. Li and H. L. Pan, “Glutamatergic regulation of

Neural Mechanisms of Autonomic Dysfunction in Neurological Diseases

reviewers for their support and constructive critiques in making this special issue possible. De-Pei Li Yu-Long Li Jianhua Li Sheng Wang References D. P. Li and H. L. Pan, “Glutamatergic regulation of

Neural Mechanisms of Autonomic Dysfunction in Neurological Diseases

reviewers for their support and constructive critiques in making this special issue possible. De-Pei Li Yu-Long Li Jianhua Li Sheng Wang [2] A. M. Allen, ?Inhibition of the hypothalamic paraventricular

Daily rhythmicity of clock gene transcript levels in fast and slow muscle fibers from Chinese perch (Siniperca chuatsi)

Background Clock genes are considered to be the molecular core of biological clock in vertebrates and they are directly involved in the regulation of daily rhythms in vertebrate tissues such as skeletal muscles. Fish myotomes are composed of anatomically segregated fast and slow muscle fibers that possess different metabolic and contractile properties. To date, there is no report...

Genome-Wide SNP Discovery, Genotyping and Their Preliminary Applications for Population Genetic Inference in Spotted Sea Bass (Lateolabrax maculatus)

Next-generation sequencing and the collection of genome-wide single-nucleotide polymorphisms (SNPs) allow identifying fine-scale population genetic structure and genomic regions under selection. The spotted sea bass (Lateolabrax maculatus) is a non-model species of ecological and commercial importance and widely distributed in northwestern Pacific. A total of 22 648 SNPs was...

Voltage-gated sodium channel expression and action potential generation in differentiated NG108-15 cells

Background The generation of action potential is required for stimulus-evoked neurotransmitter release in most neurons. Although various voltage-gated ion channels are involved in action potential production, the initiation of the action potential is mainly mediated by voltage-gated Na+ channels. In the present study, differentiation-induced changes of mRNA and protein expression...

Voltage-gated sodium channel expression and action potential generation in differentiated NG108-15 cells

The generation of action potential is required for stimulus-evoked neurotransmitter release in most neurons. Although various voltage-gated ion channels are involved in action potential production, the initiation of the action potential is mainly mediated by voltage-gated Na+ channels. In the present study, differentiation-induced changes of mRNA and protein expression of Na...

Mitochondria-Derived Superoxide Links to Tourniquet-Induced Apoptosis in Mouse Skeletal Muscle

Our previous study has reported that superoxide mediates ischemia-reperfusion (IR)-induced necrosis in mouse skeletal muscle. However, it remains poorly understood whether IR induces apoptosis and what factors are involved in IR-induced apoptosis in skeletal muscle. Using a murine model of tourniquet-induced hindlimb IR, we investigated the relationship between mitochondrial...

Storage of multiple single-photon pulses emitted from a quantum dot in a solid-state quantum memory

Tang, Zong-Quan Zhou, Yi-Tao Wang, Yu-Long Li, Xiao Liu, Yi-Lin Hua, Yang Zou, Shuang Wang, De-Yong He, Geng Chen, Yong-Nan Sun, Chuan-Feng Li & Guang-Can GuoSynergetic Innovation Center of Quantum ... Information and Quantum Physics, University of Science and Technology of China, Hefei, Anhui 230026, ChinaJian-Shun Tang, Zong-Quan Zhou, Yi-Tao Wang, Yu-Long Li, Xiao Liu, Yi-Lin Hua, Yang Zou, Shuang Wang, De