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001-es BibID:BIBFORM009098
Első szerző:Bakondi Gábor (élettanász)
Cím:Hyperpolarization-activated, cyclic nucleotide-gated, cation non-selective channel subunit expression pattern of guinea-pig spiral ganglion cells / Bakondi, G., Por, A., Kovacs, I., Szucs, G., Rusznak, Z.
Dátum:2009
ISSN:0306-4522
Megjegyzések:Although the hyperpolarization-activated non-specific cationic current (I(h)) plays important roles in determining the membrane characteristics of the spiral ganglion cells (SGCs), neither the exact types of the hyperpolarization-activated, cyclic nucleotide-gated, cation non-selective channel (HCN) subunits contributing to the molecular assembly of the relevant channels, nor their distribution pattern presented by the SGCs is known. In the present work immunolabeling and Western blot analysis were performed to describe the presence and distribution of all four known HCN subunits in the guinea-pig spiral ganglion. Besides determining the expression of the HCN1-HCN4 subunits by both type I and type II SGCs, the presence of possible apico-basal gradients in the expression patterns was also sought. The results indicate that both type I and type II SGCs express all four HCN subunits. The intensity of the immunolabeling of the cell surface membrane was generally strong, but it showed pronounced cell-to-cell variability. The Western blot experiments in combination with densitometry revealed that the amount of the HCN1 and HCN3 proteins was more significant in the apical than in the basal third of the guinea-pig cochlea. These findings not only imply potential heteromeric HCN channel formation of the spiral ganglion neurons, but they also offer a possible explanation of the previously reported heterogeneity of I(h) recorded in functional studies
Tárgyszavak:Orvostudományok Elméleti orvostudományok idegen nyelvű folyóiratközlemény külföldi lapban
analysis
channel
Cochlea
Densitometry
guinea pig
Health
neuron
Neurons
physiology
Proteins
Spiral Ganglion
Megjelenés:Neuroscience. - 158 : 4 (2009), p. 1469-1477. -
További szerzők:Pór Ágnes Kovács Ilona (1965-) (patológus) Szűcs Géza (1948-) (élettanász) Rusznák Zoltán (1965-) (élettanász)
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001-es BibID:BIBFORM004068
Első szerző:Bakondi Gábor (élettanász)
Cím:Voltage-gated K+ channel (Kv) subunit expression of the guinea pig spiral ganglion cells studied in a newly developed cochlear free-floating preparation / Bakondi G., Pór Á., Kovács I., Szűcs G., Rusznák Z.
Dátum:2008
Megjegyzések:The spiral ganglion accommodates the cell bodies of the acoustic nerve fibres connecting the hair cells to the central nervous system. As the ionic channels containing various voltage-gated K+ channel (Kv) subunits play pivotal roles in determining the functional properties and firing behaviour of the spiral ganglion cells (SGCs), every piece of information concerning the Kv expression of the SGCs is valuable. In the present work a comprehensive immunohistochemical analysis was performed to describe the expression of 9 Kv subunits in the guinea pig cochlea on traditional wax-embedded sections as well as employing a newly developed preparation that allowed confocal analysis, reconstruction of the three-dimensional appearance and precise morphological characterisation of the SGCs. Besides determining their Kv expression patterns, differences between type I and type II SGCs were sought. SGCs showed positivity for 8 out of the 9 Kv subunit-specific antibodies with varying intensity and proportion of the immunopositive cells; whereas no obvious Kv3.2 positivity could be noted. Type I and type II cells demonstrated similar expression patterns for all subunits tested, with the exception of Kv1.2, whose presence was confirmed in only 50% of the type II cells. Although the present findings suggest that type I and type II cells do not differ fundamentally in the Kv subunits they possess; they also imply that SGCs may not form a homogeneous cell population, and might provide explanation of the previously noted heterogeneity of the membrane properties of the SGCs.
Tárgyszavak:Orvostudományok Gyógyszerészeti tudományok idegen nyelvű folyóiratközlemény külföldi lapban
Megjelenés:Brain Research. - 1210 (2008), p. 148-162. -
További szerzők:Pór Ágnes Kovács Ilona (1965-) (patológus) Szűcs Géza (1948-) (élettanász) Rusznák Zoltán (1965-) (élettanász)
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