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Axon regeneration : methods and protocols / edited by Ava J. Udvadia, James B. Antczak.
New York, NY : Humana Press, 
xii, 451 pages : illustrations (some color) ; 26 cm.
Udvadia, Ava J.
Antczak, James B.
Methods in molecular biology (Clifton, N.J.) ; v. 2636.
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Methods in molecular biology, 1064-3745 ; 2636
This volume covers a wide range of approaches utilized to decipher cellular and molecular mechanisms that contribute to successful nerve regeneration leading to functional recovery. Chapters detail a variety of models utilizing both in vivo and in vitro approaches, physical injury models, methods for the isolation/analysis of various macromolecules, live and fixed imaging of regenerating axons, and for quantifying behavioral endpoints enable measurements of regenerative success. Written in the format of the highly successful Methods in Molecular Biology series, each chapter includes an introduction to the topic, lists necessary materials and methods, includes tips on troubleshooting and known pitfalls, and step-by-step, readily reproducible protocols. Authoritative and cutting-edge, Axon Regeneration: Methods and Protocols aims to be comprehensive guide for researchers.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Defining selective neuronal resilience and identifying targets for neuroprotection and axon regeneration using single-cell RNA sequencing: Experimental approaches
Defining selective neuronal resilience and identifying targets of neuroprotection and axon regeneration using single-cell RNA sequencing: computational approaches
Retinal Ganglion Cell Axon Fractionation
Analysis of Immediate Early Gene Expression Levels to Interrogate Changes In Cortical Neuronal Activity Patterns Upon Vision Loss
Non-coding regulatory RNAs: Isolation and analysis of neuronal circular RNAs and microRNAs
Transneuronal delivery of cytokines to stimulate mammalian spinal cord regeneration
Epigenomic Profiling of Dorsal Root Ganglia Upon Regenerative and Non-Regenerative Axonal Injury
Profiling locally translated mRNAs in regenerating axons
Analysis of axonal regrowth and dendritic remodeling after optic nerve crush in adult zebrafish
Assaying Optic Nerve Regeneration in Larval Zebrafish
Surgical Methods in Postmetamorphic Xenopus laevis: Optic Nerve Crush Injury Model
Generating widespread and scalable retinal lesions in adult zebrafish by intraocular injection of ouabain
A reproducible spinal cord crush injury in the regeneration permissive axolotl
Live imaging of axonal dynamics after laser axotomy of peripheral neurons in zebrafish
Rapid testing of gene function in axonal regeneration after spinal cord injury using larval zebrafish
Translational Ribosomal Affinity Purification (TRAP) and Bionformatic RNA-Seq Analysis in Postmetamorphic Xenopus laevis
LCM-seq for Retinal Cell Layer-Specific Responses During Optic Nerve Regeneration
Profiling Dynamic Changes in DNA Accessibility During Axon Regeneration After Optic Nerve Crush in Adult Zebrafish
Quantitative Proteomics of Nervous System Regeneration: From Sample Preparation to Functional Data Analyses
Live Cell Imaging of Dynamic Processes in Adult Zebrafish Retinal Cross-section Cultures
PCNA staining of retinal cryosections to assess microglial/macrophage proliferation
Drosophila Laser Axotomy Injury Model to investigate RNA repair and splicing in axon regeneration
Assessing rewiring of the retinal circuitry after inner retinal lesion zebrafish
Analysis of visual recovery after optic nerve crush in adult zebrafish.
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