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    Authors: Kazuaki, Nakamura; Chikako, Harada; Akinori, Okumura; Kazuhiko, Namekata; +5 Authors

    Apoptosis is the final common pathway for photoreceptors in several forms of retinitis pigmentosa. Recent study has shown that continuous light exposure upregulates low-affinity neurotrophin receptor p75 (p75NTR), which is involved in light-induced photoreceptor apoptosis in rat retina. However, the function of p75NTR in inherited forms of photoreceptor degeneration has not yet been examined. This study was conducted to elucidate the potential role of p75NTR in the rd mouse, one of the best characterized animal models of retinitis pigmentosa.Double-mutant (rd/rd, p75NTR-/-) mice were crossbred from rd/rd and p75NTR-/- mice. Retinas from control (+/+, p75NTR+/+; rd/rd, p75NTR+/+; rd/rd, p75NTR+/-), and double-mutant (rd/rd, p75NTR-/-) mice were examined by light microscopy and TdT-mediated dUTP nick end labeling (TUNEL) from postnatal day (P)9 through P20. p75NTR mRNA expression in +/+, p75NTR+/+, and rd/rd, p75NTR+/+ mice were examined by real-time PCR analysis. p75NTR protein expression in +/+, p75NTR+/+; rd/rd, p75NTR+/+; and rd/rd, p75NTR-/- mice were examined by immunohistochemistry.p75NTR mRNA expression in rd/rd, p75NTR+/+ mice was significantly upregulated compared with +/+, p75NTR+/+ mice at P13 and P20. p75NTR protein expression was observed mainly in Müller glial cells, and its expression was upregulated in the outer nuclear layer during photoreceptor degeneration. However, histochemical analyses showed that the time course of retinal degeneration and the extent of photoreceptor apoptosis in rd/rd, p75NTR-/- double-mutant mice was indistinguishable from that in rd mice carrying functional p75NTR (rd/rd, p75NTR+/+, and rd/rd, p75NTR+/-).These results suggest that in contrast to its role in light-induced photoreceptor degeneration, p75NTR is not essential for apoptosis in the rd mouse.

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    Molecular Vision
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  • Authors: V B, Ivanovskiî; I N, Novitskaia; O M, Ostroumova; N N, Loshchinskaia; +1 Authors

    Saint Petersburg has been marked by a reduction in the efficiency of Mycobacterium tuberculosis (MBT) detection in the past 5 years. This is suggested by negative changes in the ratio of the rate of detected bacterial isolation to the phase of lung decay in new cases of tuberculosis. This is largely due to the fact that before treatment, clinicians do not fulfil in full measure the regulated requirements for the choice of studies and for the frequency of examinations for MBT. Sampling for microbiological studies is made, by infringing the technological specifications. Highly informative methods for MBT detection are not frequently used in the above cases. This all hampers diagnosis and rational treatment in these patients.

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  • Authors: K A, Zaĭtseva; E S, Dmitrieva; D B, Miroshnikov;

    Age peculiarities of functional brain asymmetry in perception of emotional information of the speech have been revealed. It was shown that the age of 4-7 years is the most important period in ontogenesis for the age dynamics of functional brain asymmetry in perception of emotions. It is in this particular age that functional reorganization of perception in stuttering children is observed. The revealed disturbances in functional brain asymmetry indicate that correction of emotional activity in stutterers should be made during early periods of ontogenesis.

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  • Authors: V, Fierro; J S, Freeman;
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  • Authors: V, OLIVA; G M, BONOMO; B, CRAMAROSSA; I, GIORGIO;
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  • Authors: S, Taylor; L, Walts; J K, Amling; C A, Cavouras;
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    Authors: Kazuaki, Nakamura; Chikako, Harada; Akinori, Okumura; Kazuhiko, Namekata; +5 Authors

    Apoptosis is the final common pathway for photoreceptors in several forms of retinitis pigmentosa. Recent study has shown that continuous light exposure upregulates low-affinity neurotrophin receptor p75 (p75NTR), which is involved in light-induced photoreceptor apoptosis in rat retina. However, the function of p75NTR in inherited forms of photoreceptor degeneration has not yet been examined. This study was conducted to elucidate the potential role of p75NTR in the rd mouse, one of the best characterized animal models of retinitis pigmentosa.Double-mutant (rd/rd, p75NTR-/-) mice were crossbred from rd/rd and p75NTR-/- mice. Retinas from control (+/+, p75NTR+/+; rd/rd, p75NTR+/+; rd/rd, p75NTR+/-), and double-mutant (rd/rd, p75NTR-/-) mice were examined by light microscopy and TdT-mediated dUTP nick end labeling (TUNEL) from postnatal day (P)9 through P20. p75NTR mRNA expression in +/+, p75NTR+/+, and rd/rd, p75NTR+/+ mice were examined by real-time PCR analysis. p75NTR protein expression in +/+, p75NTR+/+; rd/rd, p75NTR+/+; and rd/rd, p75NTR-/- mice were examined by immunohistochemistry.p75NTR mRNA expression in rd/rd, p75NTR+/+ mice was significantly upregulated compared with +/+, p75NTR+/+ mice at P13 and P20. p75NTR protein expression was observed mainly in Müller glial cells, and its expression was upregulated in the outer nuclear layer during photoreceptor degeneration. However, histochemical analyses showed that the time course of retinal degeneration and the extent of photoreceptor apoptosis in rd/rd, p75NTR-/- double-mutant mice was indistinguishable from that in rd mice carrying functional p75NTR (rd/rd, p75NTR+/+, and rd/rd, p75NTR+/-).These results suggest that in contrast to its role in light-induced photoreceptor degeneration, p75NTR is not essential for apoptosis in the rd mouse.

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  • Authors: V B, Ivanovskiî; I N, Novitskaia; O M, Ostroumova; N N, Loshchinskaia; +1 Authors

    Saint Petersburg has been marked by a reduction in the efficiency of Mycobacterium tuberculosis (MBT) detection in the past 5 years. This is suggested by negative changes in the ratio of the rate of detected bacterial isolation to the phase of lung decay in new cases of tuberculosis. This is largely due to the fact that before treatment, clinicians do not fulfil in full measure the regulated requirements for the choice of studies and for the frequency of examinations for MBT. Sampling for microbiological studies is made, by infringing the technological specifications. Highly informative methods for MBT detection are not frequently used in the above cases. This all hampers diagnosis and rational treatment in these patients.

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  • Authors: K A, Zaĭtseva; E S, Dmitrieva; D B, Miroshnikov;

    Age peculiarities of functional brain asymmetry in perception of emotional information of the speech have been revealed. It was shown that the age of 4-7 years is the most important period in ontogenesis for the age dynamics of functional brain asymmetry in perception of emotions. It is in this particular age that functional reorganization of perception in stuttering children is observed. The revealed disturbances in functional brain asymmetry indicate that correction of emotional activity in stutterers should be made during early periods of ontogenesis.

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  • Authors: V, Fierro; J S, Freeman;
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