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Organ of Corti

 
 
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Disease relevance of Organ of Corti

 

High impact information on Organ of Corti

 

Chemical compound and disease context of Organ of Corti

 

Biological context of Organ of Corti

 

Anatomical context of Organ of Corti

  • Organization of AMPA receptor subunits at a glutamate synapse: a quantitative immunogold analysis of hair cell synapses in the rat organ of Corti [19].
  • Loss of Barhl1 function in mice results in age-related progressive degeneration of both outer and inner hair cells in the organ of Corti, following two reciprocal longitudinal gradients [20].
  • Whole mounts double-labeled with antibodies to the 275 kDa hair-cell antigen and the tight junction protein cingulin were therefore used to examine the development of cell patterns in the basilar papilla [21].
  • Histological analysis of the cerebellum and inner ear of mutant and wild-type mice revealed that null mutants had slightly increased numbers of Purkinje neurons (in which PMCA2 is highly expressed), a decreased thickness of the molecular layer, an absence of otoconia in the vestibular system, and a range of abnormalities of the organ of Corti [22].
  • Centrosomal reorganization in the cells in question, outer pillar cells of the organ of Corti, indicates that its pericentriolar material becomes intimately associated with the plasma membrane at the two nucleating sites [23].
 

Associations of Organ of Corti with chemical compounds

 

Gene context of Organ of Corti

  • In this sensory system, aFGF, rather than being a neurotrophic factor, seems to promote maintenance of the integrity of the organ of Corti [14].
  • The mouse slalom mutant demonstrates a role for Jagged1 in neuroepithelial patterning in the organ of Corti [29].
  • Here, we show that Islet1 (Isl1), a LIM-HD protein, is expressed early in the otocyst in the region that gives rise to both the auditory sensory organ, the organ of Corti, and SG neurons [30].
  • Expression of alpha and beta parvalbumin is differentially regulated in the rat organ of corti during development [31].
  • The organ of Corti showed an enhanced in situ labeling with RARalpha and RXRbeta [32].
 

Analytical, diagnostic and therapeutic context of Organ of Corti

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