Programmed cell death in the postnatal cerebellar development of the Reeler mouse

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Publication date: September 2016
Source:Annals of Anatomy – Anatomischer Anzeiger, Volume 207
Author(s): C. Castagna, L. Lossi, A. Merighi

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Calcitonin Gene-Related Peptide (CGRP) expression in the spinal cord and spinal ganglia of the Bottlenose Dolphin (Tursiops truncatus)

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Publication date: September 2016
Source:Annals of Anatomy – Anatomischer Anzeiger, Volume 207
Author(s): A. Rambaldi, A. Grandis, M. Mazzoni, C. Tagliavia, P. Clavenzani, B. Cozzi, C. Bombardi

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The fusion of MyoD transcription factor with the TAT peptide induces, in conditioned medium, equine stem cells towards a myogenic lineage

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Publication date: September 2016
Source:Annals of Anatomy – Anatomischer Anzeiger, Volume 207
Author(s): T. Martinello, C. Gomiero, A. Negro, O. Topel, R. Sacchetto, M. Patruno

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Morphometry and differential expression of carbohydrate residues in the sheep oviductal isthmus after superovulation

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Publication date: September 2016
Source:Annals of Anatomy – Anatomischer Anzeiger, Volume 207
Author(s): G. Accogli, G.M. Lacalandra, F. Silvestre, F. Binetti, M. Caira, S. Desantis

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Acid-sensing ion channel 2 is at the basis of proprioception

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Publication date: September 2016
Source:Annals of Anatomy – Anatomischer Anzeiger, Volume 207
Author(s): M.C. Guerrera, F. Abbate, G. Vàsquez, G.P. Germanà, M.B. Levanti, A. Germanà, J.A. Vega

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Investigation on skeletal development in small-sized breed newborn dogs: Anatomic and radiographic findings obtained by spontaneously died animals

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Publication date: September 2016
Source:Annals of Anatomy – Anatomischer Anzeiger, Volume 207
Author(s): S.C. Modina, M.C. Veronesi, M.E. Andreis, V. Lodde, B. Bolis, M. di Giancamillo

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Mechano-sensing influences morphology and differentiation efficiency during epigenetic conversion of fibroblasts into insulin-producing cells

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Publication date: September 2016
Source:Annals of Anatomy – Anatomischer Anzeiger, Volume 207
Author(s): T.A.L. Brevini, G. Pennarossa, R. Santoro, S. Maffei, A. Zenobi, M. Pesce, F. Gandolfi

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NT-4 mRNA and protein in the central nervous system of Nothobranchius furzeri

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Publication date: September 2016
Source:Annals of Anatomy – Anatomischer Anzeiger, Volume 207
Author(s): L. D’Angelo, L. Avallone, A. Cellerino, P. de Girolamo, M. Paolucci, E. Varricchio, C. Lucini

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Fetal development of the pulley for muscle insertion tendons: a review and new findings related to the tensor tympani tendon

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Publication date: Available online 29 September 2016
Source:Annals of Anatomy – Anatomischer Anzeiger
Author(s): Jose Francisco Rodríguez-Vázquez, Yohei Honkura, Yukio Katori, Gen Murakami, Hiroshi Abe
The existence of hard tissue pulleys that act to change the direction of a muscle insertion tendon is well known in the human body. These include 1) the trochlea for the extraocular obliquus superior muscle, 2) the pterygoid hamulus for the tensor veli palatini muscle, 3) the deep sulcus on the plantar aspect of the cuboid bone for the peroneus longus tendon, 4) the lesser sciatic notch for the obturator internus muscle, and 5) the bony trochleariformis process for the tensor tympani muscle tendon. In addition, 6) the stapedius muscle tendon shows a lesser or greater angulation at the pyramidal eminence of the temporal bone. Our recent studies have shown that the development of pulleys Nos. 1 and 2 can be explained by a change in the topographical relationship between the pulley and the tendon, that of pulley No. 3 by the rapidly growing calcaneus pushing the tendon, and that of pulley No. 4 by migration of the insertion along the sciatic nerve and gluteus medius tendon. Therefore, in Nos. 1-4, an initially direct tendon curves secondarily and obtains an attachment to the pulley. In case No.6, the terminal part of the stapedius tendon originates secondarily from the interzone mesenchymal tissue of the incudostapedial joint. In the case of pulley No. 5, we newly demonstrated that its initial phase of development was similar to No. 6, but the tensor tympani tendon achieved a right-angled turn under guidance by a specific fibrous tissue and it migrated along the growing malleus manubrium.

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The number of Purkinje neurons and their topology in the cerebellar vermis of the normal mouse and the Reln haplodeficient mouse

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Publication date: September 2016
Source:Annals of Anatomy – Anatomischer Anzeiger, Volume 207
Author(s): L. Lossi, C. Magliaro, C. Cocito, S. Bagatella, A. Ahluwalia

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