Section 7
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Primary neurons maintain their central axonal arbors in the spinal dorsal horn following peripheral nerve injury: an anatomical analysis using transganglionic transport of horseradish peroxidase

Sugimoto, T.; Gobel, S.

Brain Research 248(2): 377-381


ISSN/ISBN: 0006-8993
PMID: 7139284
DOI: 10.1016/0006-8993(82)90598-4
Accession: 006183875

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This study in adult cats demonstrates that primary neurons of all sizes survive following the transection and capping with a polyethylene tube of their peripheral processes in the supeficial radial nerve. The central axonal arbors of these injured primary neurons remain intact and maintain their topographic position across laminae I-VI of the cervical (C6-C8) dorsal horn. In addition, they maintain their synaptic vesicles, some of their synaptic connections and their ability to transport horseradish peroxidase transganglionically.

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