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Pattern of ganglioside expression in central nervous system of Myotis sp. bat


Đikić, Domagoj; Mojsović, Ana; Biruš, Ivan; Peternel, Hrvoje; Schnaar, Ronald; Heffer-Lauc, Marija
Pattern of ganglioside expression in central nervous system of Myotis sp. bat // Abstracts of the 13th International Bat Research Conference ; Poster Session ; u: African Bat Conservation News 2 (2004)
Mikolajki, Poljska, 2004. str. 7-7 (poster, nije recenziran, sažetak, znanstveni)


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Naslov
Pattern of ganglioside expression in central nervous system of Myotis sp. bat

Autori
Đikić, Domagoj ; Mojsović, Ana ; Biruš, Ivan ; Peternel, Hrvoje ; Schnaar, Ronald ; Heffer-Lauc, Marija

Vrsta, podvrsta i kategorija rada
Sažeci sa skupova, sažetak, znanstveni

Izvornik
Abstracts of the 13th International Bat Research Conference ; Poster Session ; u: African Bat Conservation News 2 (2004) / - , 2004, 7-7

Skup
International Bat Research Conference (13 ; 2004)

Mjesto i datum
Mikolajki, Poljska, 23.-27.08.2004

Vrsta sudjelovanja
Poster

Vrsta recenzije
Nije recenziran

Ključne riječi
gangliosides; CNS; bat

Sažetak
Gangliosides are components of the plasma membrane. They consist of ceramide anchor and different number of sialic acid linked to inner or/and outer galactose sugar core chain (Gluc GalGalNAc Gal). Gangliosides are ten times more abundant in CNS of higher vertebrates then in any of extraneural tissues. Out of almost 100 different types GM1, GD1a, GD1b and GT1b are major forms appearing in CNS. The exact physiological and neurobiological role is still unknown. However there is evidence that they participate in neurogenesis, brain development and maturation, synapse formation, memory, communication and adhesion of cells and information transduction. Physiologically they serve as NGF, EGF, insulin and interferon sensitivity regulators. Pathophysiologically they bind some biotoxins and participate in some cancerous processes. Furthermore there are recent evidences that they participate as CNS homeostatic factors in ectothermic and endothermic animals during hibernation allowing neural functions at low temperatures. Immunohistochemicaly, using monoclonal Ab against GM1, GD1a, GD1b and GT1b, we showed the distribution of gangliosides in CNS of adult Myotis sp. bat. The results are the major starting point for further possible research of hibernation changes, embryonic neurogenesis of pathways evolutionary specific to bats. Also the results could be used as aid and reference in biomedical research since they represent a good evolutionary comparison model to human ganglioside research data.

Izvorni jezik
Engleski

Znanstvena područja
Biologija



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Đikić, Domagoj; Mojsović, Ana; Biruš, Ivan; Peternel, Hrvoje; Schnaar, Ronald; Heffer-Lauc, Marija
Pattern of ganglioside expression in central nervous system of Myotis sp. bat // Abstracts of the 13th International Bat Research Conference ; Poster Session ; u: African Bat Conservation News 2 (2004)
Mikolajki, Poljska, 2004. str. 7-7 (poster, nije recenziran, sažetak, znanstveni)
Đikić, D., Mojsović, A., Biruš, I., Peternel, H., Schnaar, R. & Heffer-Lauc, M. (2004) Pattern of ganglioside expression in central nervous system of Myotis sp. bat. U: Abstracts of the 13th International Bat Research Conference ; Poster Session ; u: African Bat Conservation News 2 (2004).
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