Übersetzung für 'axonal' von Englisch nach Deutsch
ADJ   axonal | - | -
axonal {adj}
axonal {adj}
2 Wörter
axonal degeneration
axonale Degeneration {f}
axonal fibres [Br.]
Nervenfasern {pl}
axonal injury <AI>
Nervenverletzung {f}
axonal swelling
Axonschwellung {f}
axonal transport
axonaler Transport {m}
3 Wörter
diffuse axonal injury <DAI>
diffuse Axonenverletzung {f}
4 Wörter
acute motor axonal neuropathy <AMAN>
akute motorische axonale Neuropathie {f} <AMAN>
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Anwendungsbeispiele Englisch
  • Contrecoup, which may occur in shaken baby syndrome and vehicle accidents, can cause diffuse axonal injury.
  • However, the scar prevents axonal extensions via physical and chemical means.
  • Following axotomy of cultured neurons, significant upregulation in Aurora B kinase gene expression was observed coinciding with regenerative axonal sprouting.
  • 2,5-Hexanedione reacts with lysine residues in axonal proteins by Schiff base formation followed by cyclization to give pyrroles.
  • Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS) affects upper and lower motor systems, with symptoms ranging from muscle atrophy, hyperreflexia, and fasciculations, all of which suggest increased axonal excitability.

  • Axonal swelling, and axonal spheroids have been observed in many different neurodegenerative diseases.
  • It is hypothesized in that the growing structure copies the axonal development of the human brain: the earliest developing connections (axonal fibers) are common in most of the subjects, and the subsequently developing connections have larger and larger variance, because their variances are accumulated in the process of axonal development.
  • This provides an environment conducive to axonal regeneration for about four days.
  • It appears that after the initial axonal contact, the newly formed myotube proceeds to grow symmetrically from that point of innervation.
  • Besides mechanical breakage of the axonal cytoskeleton, DAI pathology also includes secondary physiological changes, such as interrupted axonal transport, progressive swelling and degeneration.

  • Although most injury responses include a calcium influx signaling to promote resealing of severed parts, axonal injuries initially lead to acute axonal degeneration (AAD), which is rapid separation of the proximal (the part nearer the cell body) and distal ends within 30 minutes of injury.
  • In 1983 Kramer and Kuwada propose that this self-recognition of two growing axonal processes might be mediated by their filopodia, which appear to make mutual contacts.
  • The output connections of the pre-LC have been studied extensively, using anterograde axonal tracing experiments followed by retrograde axonal tracing experiments that utilized FoxP2 as a marker for the neurons in pre-LC.
  • Axonal targeting by Slit-Robo appears to play an important role in the organization of topographic projections of axons which correspond to somatosensory receptive fields.
  • In the developing nervous system, CRMPs’ involvement in axonal guidance has been proposed by localization of CRMPs in neurites and axonal growth cones.

  • One hypothesis behind the incidence of chromatolysis following axotomy is that the shortening of the axon prevents the incorporation of the axonal cytoskeleton that undergoes formation in the injured neuron.
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