Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences

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December 1991

Volume 633 Glial-Neuronal Interaction

Pages xiii–xxii, 1–636

  1. Preface

    1. Top of page
    2. Preface
    3. SPECIAL LECTURE
    4. PART I. Vertebrate Glial Subtypes, Lineage, and Morphology. Introduction
    5. Part I. Vertebrate Glial Subtypes, Lineage, and Morphology
    6. Part I. Vertebrate Glial Subtypes, Lineage, and Morphology. Discussion Paper
    7. Part II. Glial-Neuronal Interaction During Development. Introduction
    8. Part II. Glial-Neuronal Interaction During Development
    9. Part II. Glial-Neuronal Interaction During Development. Discussion Paper
    10. Part III. Myelin and Demyelination. Introduction
    11. Part III. Myelin and Demyelination
    12. Part III. Myelin and Demyelination. Discussion Paper
    13. Part IV. Glial-Neuronal Interaction in Regeneration. Introduction
    14. Part IV. Glial-Neuronal Interaction in Regeneration
    15. Part IV. Glial-Neuronal Interaction in Regeneration. Discussion Paper
    16. Part V. Glial Electrophysiology and Transport. Introduction
    17. Part V. Glial Electrophysiology and Transport
    18. Part V. Glial Electrophysiology and Transport. Discussion Paper
    19. Part VI. Glia and the Blood-Brain Barrier. Introduction
    20. Part VI. Glia and the Blood-Brain Barrier
    21. Part VI. Glia and the Blood-Brain Barrier. Discussion Paper
    22. Part VII. Glial Receptors, Signaling, and Second Messengers. Introduction
    23. Part VII. Glial Receptors, Signaling, and Second Messengers
    24. Part VII. Glial Receptors, Signaling, and Second Messengers. Discussion Paper
    25. Poster Papers
    1. Preface (pages xiii–xv)

      N. JOAN ABBOTT and MARTIN C. RAFF

      Version of Record online: 17 DEC 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.1991.tb15588.x

  2. SPECIAL LECTURE

    1. Top of page
    2. Preface
    3. SPECIAL LECTURE
    4. PART I. Vertebrate Glial Subtypes, Lineage, and Morphology. Introduction
    5. Part I. Vertebrate Glial Subtypes, Lineage, and Morphology
    6. Part I. Vertebrate Glial Subtypes, Lineage, and Morphology. Discussion Paper
    7. Part II. Glial-Neuronal Interaction During Development. Introduction
    8. Part II. Glial-Neuronal Interaction During Development
    9. Part II. Glial-Neuronal Interaction During Development. Discussion Paper
    10. Part III. Myelin and Demyelination. Introduction
    11. Part III. Myelin and Demyelination
    12. Part III. Myelin and Demyelination. Discussion Paper
    13. Part IV. Glial-Neuronal Interaction in Regeneration. Introduction
    14. Part IV. Glial-Neuronal Interaction in Regeneration
    15. Part IV. Glial-Neuronal Interaction in Regeneration. Discussion Paper
    16. Part V. Glial Electrophysiology and Transport. Introduction
    17. Part V. Glial Electrophysiology and Transport
    18. Part V. Glial Electrophysiology and Transport. Discussion Paper
    19. Part VI. Glia and the Blood-Brain Barrier. Introduction
    20. Part VI. Glia and the Blood-Brain Barrier
    21. Part VI. Glia and the Blood-Brain Barrier. Discussion Paper
    22. Part VII. Glial Receptors, Signaling, and Second Messengers. Introduction
    23. Part VII. Glial Receptors, Signaling, and Second Messengers
    24. Part VII. Glial Receptors, Signaling, and Second Messengers. Discussion Paper
    25. Poster Papers
    1. The Concept of Neuroglia (pages 1–18)

      J. Z. YOUNG

      Version of Record online: 17 DEC 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.1991.tb15590.x

  3. PART I. Vertebrate Glial Subtypes, Lineage, and Morphology. Introduction

    1. Top of page
    2. Preface
    3. SPECIAL LECTURE
    4. PART I. Vertebrate Glial Subtypes, Lineage, and Morphology. Introduction
    5. Part I. Vertebrate Glial Subtypes, Lineage, and Morphology
    6. Part I. Vertebrate Glial Subtypes, Lineage, and Morphology. Discussion Paper
    7. Part II. Glial-Neuronal Interaction During Development. Introduction
    8. Part II. Glial-Neuronal Interaction During Development
    9. Part II. Glial-Neuronal Interaction During Development. Discussion Paper
    10. Part III. Myelin and Demyelination. Introduction
    11. Part III. Myelin and Demyelination
    12. Part III. Myelin and Demyelination. Discussion Paper
    13. Part IV. Glial-Neuronal Interaction in Regeneration. Introduction
    14. Part IV. Glial-Neuronal Interaction in Regeneration
    15. Part IV. Glial-Neuronal Interaction in Regeneration. Discussion Paper
    16. Part V. Glial Electrophysiology and Transport. Introduction
    17. Part V. Glial Electrophysiology and Transport
    18. Part V. Glial Electrophysiology and Transport. Discussion Paper
    19. Part VI. Glia and the Blood-Brain Barrier. Introduction
    20. Part VI. Glia and the Blood-Brain Barrier
    21. Part VI. Glia and the Blood-Brain Barrier. Discussion Paper
    22. Part VII. Glial Receptors, Signaling, and Second Messengers. Introduction
    23. Part VII. Glial Receptors, Signaling, and Second Messengers
    24. Part VII. Glial Receptors, Signaling, and Second Messengers. Discussion Paper
    25. Poster Papers
    1. Vertebrate Glial Classification, Lineage, and Heterogeneity (pages 19–26)

      BRUCE R. RANSOM

      Version of Record online: 17 DEC 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.1991.tb15591.x

  4. Part I. Vertebrate Glial Subtypes, Lineage, and Morphology

    1. Top of page
    2. Preface
    3. SPECIAL LECTURE
    4. PART I. Vertebrate Glial Subtypes, Lineage, and Morphology. Introduction
    5. Part I. Vertebrate Glial Subtypes, Lineage, and Morphology
    6. Part I. Vertebrate Glial Subtypes, Lineage, and Morphology. Discussion Paper
    7. Part II. Glial-Neuronal Interaction During Development. Introduction
    8. Part II. Glial-Neuronal Interaction During Development
    9. Part II. Glial-Neuronal Interaction During Development. Discussion Paper
    10. Part III. Myelin and Demyelination. Introduction
    11. Part III. Myelin and Demyelination
    12. Part III. Myelin and Demyelination. Discussion Paper
    13. Part IV. Glial-Neuronal Interaction in Regeneration. Introduction
    14. Part IV. Glial-Neuronal Interaction in Regeneration
    15. Part IV. Glial-Neuronal Interaction in Regeneration. Discussion Paper
    16. Part V. Glial Electrophysiology and Transport. Introduction
    17. Part V. Glial Electrophysiology and Transport
    18. Part V. Glial Electrophysiology and Transport. Discussion Paper
    19. Part VI. Glia and the Blood-Brain Barrier. Introduction
    20. Part VI. Glia and the Blood-Brain Barrier
    21. Part VI. Glia and the Blood-Brain Barrier. Discussion Paper
    22. Part VII. Glial Receptors, Signaling, and Second Messengers. Introduction
    23. Part VII. Glial Receptors, Signaling, and Second Messengers
    24. Part VII. Glial Receptors, Signaling, and Second Messengers. Discussion Paper
    25. Poster Papers
    1. Glial Cells in the Rat Optic Nerve : The Search for the Type-2 Astrocyte (pages 27–34)

      BARBARA P. FULTON, JULIA F. BURNE and MARTIN C. RAFF

      Version of Record online: 17 DEC 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.1991.tb15592.x

    2. Development, Regeneration, and Neoplasia of Glial Cells in the Central Nervous System (pages 35–47)

      MARK NOBLE, PARIS ATALIOTIS, SUSAN C. BARNETT, KAREN BEVAN, OLIVER BÖGLER, ANDREW GROVES, PARMJIT JAT, GUUS WOLSWIJK and DAMIAN WREN

      Version of Record online: 17 DEC 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.1991.tb15593.x

    3. Lineage and Differentiation of Oligodendrocytes in the Brain (pages 48–55)

      ROBERT P. SKOFF and PAMELA E. KNAPP

      Version of Record online: 17 DEC 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.1991.tb15594.x

    4. Analysis of Cell Lineage in the Rat Cerebral Cortex (pages 56–63)

      JACK PRICE, BRENDA WILLIAMS, ROBERT MOORE, JOANNE READ and ELIZABETH GROVE

      Version of Record online: 17 DEC 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.1991.tb15595.x

    5. Physiological Properties of Oligodendrocytes during Development (pages 64–77)

      H. KETTENMANN, G. V. BLANKENFELD and J. TROTTER

      Version of Record online: 17 DEC 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.1991.tb15596.x

    6. Role of Cyclic AMP and Proliferation Controls in Schwann Cell Differentiation (pages 78–89)

      K. R. JESSEN, R. MIRSKY and L. MORGAN

      Version of Record online: 17 DEC 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.1991.tb15597.x

  5. Part I. Vertebrate Glial Subtypes, Lineage, and Morphology. Discussion Paper

    1. Top of page
    2. Preface
    3. SPECIAL LECTURE
    4. PART I. Vertebrate Glial Subtypes, Lineage, and Morphology. Introduction
    5. Part I. Vertebrate Glial Subtypes, Lineage, and Morphology
    6. Part I. Vertebrate Glial Subtypes, Lineage, and Morphology. Discussion Paper
    7. Part II. Glial-Neuronal Interaction During Development. Introduction
    8. Part II. Glial-Neuronal Interaction During Development
    9. Part II. Glial-Neuronal Interaction During Development. Discussion Paper
    10. Part III. Myelin and Demyelination. Introduction
    11. Part III. Myelin and Demyelination
    12. Part III. Myelin and Demyelination. Discussion Paper
    13. Part IV. Glial-Neuronal Interaction in Regeneration. Introduction
    14. Part IV. Glial-Neuronal Interaction in Regeneration
    15. Part IV. Glial-Neuronal Interaction in Regeneration. Discussion Paper
    16. Part V. Glial Electrophysiology and Transport. Introduction
    17. Part V. Glial Electrophysiology and Transport
    18. Part V. Glial Electrophysiology and Transport. Discussion Paper
    19. Part VI. Glia and the Blood-Brain Barrier. Introduction
    20. Part VI. Glia and the Blood-Brain Barrier
    21. Part VI. Glia and the Blood-Brain Barrier. Discussion Paper
    22. Part VII. Glial Receptors, Signaling, and Second Messengers. Introduction
    23. Part VII. Glial Receptors, Signaling, and Second Messengers
    24. Part VII. Glial Receptors, Signaling, and Second Messengers. Discussion Paper
    25. Poster Papers
    1. Macroglial Cell Types, Lineage, and Morphology in the CNS (pages 90–95)

      ARTHUR M. BUTT

      Version of Record online: 17 DEC 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.1991.tb15598.x

  6. Part II. Glial-Neuronal Interaction During Development. Introduction

    1. Top of page
    2. Preface
    3. SPECIAL LECTURE
    4. PART I. Vertebrate Glial Subtypes, Lineage, and Morphology. Introduction
    5. Part I. Vertebrate Glial Subtypes, Lineage, and Morphology
    6. Part I. Vertebrate Glial Subtypes, Lineage, and Morphology. Discussion Paper
    7. Part II. Glial-Neuronal Interaction During Development. Introduction
    8. Part II. Glial-Neuronal Interaction During Development
    9. Part II. Glial-Neuronal Interaction During Development. Discussion Paper
    10. Part III. Myelin and Demyelination. Introduction
    11. Part III. Myelin and Demyelination
    12. Part III. Myelin and Demyelination. Discussion Paper
    13. Part IV. Glial-Neuronal Interaction in Regeneration. Introduction
    14. Part IV. Glial-Neuronal Interaction in Regeneration
    15. Part IV. Glial-Neuronal Interaction in Regeneration. Discussion Paper
    16. Part V. Glial Electrophysiology and Transport. Introduction
    17. Part V. Glial Electrophysiology and Transport
    18. Part V. Glial Electrophysiology and Transport. Discussion Paper
    19. Part VI. Glia and the Blood-Brain Barrier. Introduction
    20. Part VI. Glia and the Blood-Brain Barrier
    21. Part VI. Glia and the Blood-Brain Barrier. Discussion Paper
    22. Part VII. Glial Receptors, Signaling, and Second Messengers. Introduction
    23. Part VII. Glial Receptors, Signaling, and Second Messengers
    24. Part VII. Glial Receptors, Signaling, and Second Messengers. Discussion Paper
    25. Poster Papers
  7. Part II. Glial-Neuronal Interaction During Development

    1. Top of page
    2. Preface
    3. SPECIAL LECTURE
    4. PART I. Vertebrate Glial Subtypes, Lineage, and Morphology. Introduction
    5. Part I. Vertebrate Glial Subtypes, Lineage, and Morphology
    6. Part I. Vertebrate Glial Subtypes, Lineage, and Morphology. Discussion Paper
    7. Part II. Glial-Neuronal Interaction During Development. Introduction
    8. Part II. Glial-Neuronal Interaction During Development
    9. Part II. Glial-Neuronal Interaction During Development. Discussion Paper
    10. Part III. Myelin and Demyelination. Introduction
    11. Part III. Myelin and Demyelination
    12. Part III. Myelin and Demyelination. Discussion Paper
    13. Part IV. Glial-Neuronal Interaction in Regeneration. Introduction
    14. Part IV. Glial-Neuronal Interaction in Regeneration
    15. Part IV. Glial-Neuronal Interaction in Regeneration. Discussion Paper
    16. Part V. Glial Electrophysiology and Transport. Introduction
    17. Part V. Glial Electrophysiology and Transport
    18. Part V. Glial Electrophysiology and Transport. Discussion Paper
    19. Part VI. Glia and the Blood-Brain Barrier. Introduction
    20. Part VI. Glia and the Blood-Brain Barrier
    21. Part VI. Glia and the Blood-Brain Barrier. Discussion Paper
    22. Part VII. Glial Receptors, Signaling, and Second Messengers. Introduction
    23. Part VII. Glial Receptors, Signaling, and Second Messengers
    24. Part VII. Glial Receptors, Signaling, and Second Messengers. Discussion Paper
    25. Poster Papers
    1. Cell Surface Recognition and Neuron-Glia Interactions (pages 105–112)

      MELITTA SCHACHNER

      Version of Record online: 17 DEC 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.1991.tb15601.x

    2. Molecular Mechanisms of Glial-Guided Neuronal Migration (pages 113–121)

      TREVOR N. STITT, U. E. GASSER and MARY E. HATTEN

      Version of Record online: 17 DEC 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.1991.tb15602.x

    3. Platelet-Derived Growth Factor in Central Nervous System Gliogenesis (pages 160–168)

      N. PRINGLE, E. J. COLLARINI, I. K. HART, M. C. RAFF and W. D. RICHARDSON

      Version of Record online: 17 DEC 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.1991.tb15605.x

  8. Part II. Glial-Neuronal Interaction During Development. Discussion Paper

    1. Top of page
    2. Preface
    3. SPECIAL LECTURE
    4. PART I. Vertebrate Glial Subtypes, Lineage, and Morphology. Introduction
    5. Part I. Vertebrate Glial Subtypes, Lineage, and Morphology
    6. Part I. Vertebrate Glial Subtypes, Lineage, and Morphology. Discussion Paper
    7. Part II. Glial-Neuronal Interaction During Development. Introduction
    8. Part II. Glial-Neuronal Interaction During Development
    9. Part II. Glial-Neuronal Interaction During Development. Discussion Paper
    10. Part III. Myelin and Demyelination. Introduction
    11. Part III. Myelin and Demyelination
    12. Part III. Myelin and Demyelination. Discussion Paper
    13. Part IV. Glial-Neuronal Interaction in Regeneration. Introduction
    14. Part IV. Glial-Neuronal Interaction in Regeneration
    15. Part IV. Glial-Neuronal Interaction in Regeneration. Discussion Paper
    16. Part V. Glial Electrophysiology and Transport. Introduction
    17. Part V. Glial Electrophysiology and Transport
    18. Part V. Glial Electrophysiology and Transport. Discussion Paper
    19. Part VI. Glia and the Blood-Brain Barrier. Introduction
    20. Part VI. Glia and the Blood-Brain Barrier
    21. Part VI. Glia and the Blood-Brain Barrier. Discussion Paper
    22. Part VII. Glial Receptors, Signaling, and Second Messengers. Introduction
    23. Part VII. Glial Receptors, Signaling, and Second Messengers
    24. Part VII. Glial Receptors, Signaling, and Second Messengers. Discussion Paper
    25. Poster Papers
    1. Glial-Neuronal Interaction during Development (pages 169–173)

      JOHN SCHOLES

      Version of Record online: 17 DEC 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.1991.tb15606.x

  9. Part III. Myelin and Demyelination. Introduction

    1. Top of page
    2. Preface
    3. SPECIAL LECTURE
    4. PART I. Vertebrate Glial Subtypes, Lineage, and Morphology. Introduction
    5. Part I. Vertebrate Glial Subtypes, Lineage, and Morphology
    6. Part I. Vertebrate Glial Subtypes, Lineage, and Morphology. Discussion Paper
    7. Part II. Glial-Neuronal Interaction During Development. Introduction
    8. Part II. Glial-Neuronal Interaction During Development
    9. Part II. Glial-Neuronal Interaction During Development. Discussion Paper
    10. Part III. Myelin and Demyelination. Introduction
    11. Part III. Myelin and Demyelination
    12. Part III. Myelin and Demyelination. Discussion Paper
    13. Part IV. Glial-Neuronal Interaction in Regeneration. Introduction
    14. Part IV. Glial-Neuronal Interaction in Regeneration
    15. Part IV. Glial-Neuronal Interaction in Regeneration. Discussion Paper
    16. Part V. Glial Electrophysiology and Transport. Introduction
    17. Part V. Glial Electrophysiology and Transport
    18. Part V. Glial Electrophysiology and Transport. Discussion Paper
    19. Part VI. Glia and the Blood-Brain Barrier. Introduction
    20. Part VI. Glia and the Blood-Brain Barrier
    21. Part VI. Glia and the Blood-Brain Barrier. Discussion Paper
    22. Part VII. Glial Receptors, Signaling, and Second Messengers. Introduction
    23. Part VII. Glial Receptors, Signaling, and Second Messengers
    24. Part VII. Glial Receptors, Signaling, and Second Messengers. Discussion Paper
    25. Poster Papers
    1. Myelin Structure and Demyelination in Multiple Sclerosis (pages 174–177)

      A. N. DAVISON

      Version of Record online: 17 DEC 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.1991.tb15607.x

  10. Part III. Myelin and Demyelination

    1. Top of page
    2. Preface
    3. SPECIAL LECTURE
    4. PART I. Vertebrate Glial Subtypes, Lineage, and Morphology. Introduction
    5. Part I. Vertebrate Glial Subtypes, Lineage, and Morphology
    6. Part I. Vertebrate Glial Subtypes, Lineage, and Morphology. Discussion Paper
    7. Part II. Glial-Neuronal Interaction During Development. Introduction
    8. Part II. Glial-Neuronal Interaction During Development
    9. Part II. Glial-Neuronal Interaction During Development. Discussion Paper
    10. Part III. Myelin and Demyelination. Introduction
    11. Part III. Myelin and Demyelination
    12. Part III. Myelin and Demyelination. Discussion Paper
    13. Part IV. Glial-Neuronal Interaction in Regeneration. Introduction
    14. Part IV. Glial-Neuronal Interaction in Regeneration
    15. Part IV. Glial-Neuronal Interaction in Regeneration. Discussion Paper
    16. Part V. Glial Electrophysiology and Transport. Introduction
    17. Part V. Glial Electrophysiology and Transport
    18. Part V. Glial Electrophysiology and Transport. Discussion Paper
    19. Part VI. Glia and the Blood-Brain Barrier. Introduction
    20. Part VI. Glia and the Blood-Brain Barrier
    21. Part VI. Glia and the Blood-Brain Barrier. Discussion Paper
    22. Part VII. Glial Receptors, Signaling, and Second Messengers. Introduction
    23. Part VII. Glial Receptors, Signaling, and Second Messengers
    24. Part VII. Glial Receptors, Signaling, and Second Messengers. Discussion Paper
    25. Poster Papers
    1. Posttranscriptional Regulation of Myelin Protein Gene Expression (pages 178–188)

      ANTHONY T. CAMPAGNONI, JOSEPH M. VERDI, A. NEIL VERITY, SHASHI AMUR-UMARJEE and SUJATHA BYRAVAN

      Version of Record online: 17 DEC 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.1991.tb15608.x

    2. Expression and Activity of the Transcription Factor SCIP during Glial Differentiation and Myelination (pages 189–195)

      GREG LEMKE, RAINER KUHN, EDWIN S. MONUKI and GERRY WEINMASTER

      Version of Record online: 17 DEC 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.1991.tb15609.x

    3. Immune-Mediated Oligodendrocyte Injury (pages 196–204)

      D. A. S. COMPSTON and N. J. SCOLDING

      Version of Record online: 17 DEC 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.1991.tb15610.x

  11. Part III. Myelin and Demyelination. Discussion Paper

    1. Top of page
    2. Preface
    3. SPECIAL LECTURE
    4. PART I. Vertebrate Glial Subtypes, Lineage, and Morphology. Introduction
    5. Part I. Vertebrate Glial Subtypes, Lineage, and Morphology
    6. Part I. Vertebrate Glial Subtypes, Lineage, and Morphology. Discussion Paper
    7. Part II. Glial-Neuronal Interaction During Development. Introduction
    8. Part II. Glial-Neuronal Interaction During Development
    9. Part II. Glial-Neuronal Interaction During Development. Discussion Paper
    10. Part III. Myelin and Demyelination. Introduction
    11. Part III. Myelin and Demyelination
    12. Part III. Myelin and Demyelination. Discussion Paper
    13. Part IV. Glial-Neuronal Interaction in Regeneration. Introduction
    14. Part IV. Glial-Neuronal Interaction in Regeneration
    15. Part IV. Glial-Neuronal Interaction in Regeneration. Discussion Paper
    16. Part V. Glial Electrophysiology and Transport. Introduction
    17. Part V. Glial Electrophysiology and Transport
    18. Part V. Glial Electrophysiology and Transport. Discussion Paper
    19. Part VI. Glia and the Blood-Brain Barrier. Introduction
    20. Part VI. Glia and the Blood-Brain Barrier
    21. Part VI. Glia and the Blood-Brain Barrier. Discussion Paper
    22. Part VII. Glial Receptors, Signaling, and Second Messengers. Introduction
    23. Part VII. Glial Receptors, Signaling, and Second Messengers
    24. Part VII. Glial Receptors, Signaling, and Second Messengers. Discussion Paper
    25. Poster Papers
    1. Myelin and Demyelination (pages 205–208)

      PETER J. BROPHY

      Version of Record online: 17 DEC 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.1991.tb15611.x

  12. Part IV. Glial-Neuronal Interaction in Regeneration. Introduction

    1. Top of page
    2. Preface
    3. SPECIAL LECTURE
    4. PART I. Vertebrate Glial Subtypes, Lineage, and Morphology. Introduction
    5. Part I. Vertebrate Glial Subtypes, Lineage, and Morphology
    6. Part I. Vertebrate Glial Subtypes, Lineage, and Morphology. Discussion Paper
    7. Part II. Glial-Neuronal Interaction During Development. Introduction
    8. Part II. Glial-Neuronal Interaction During Development
    9. Part II. Glial-Neuronal Interaction During Development. Discussion Paper
    10. Part III. Myelin and Demyelination. Introduction
    11. Part III. Myelin and Demyelination
    12. Part III. Myelin and Demyelination. Discussion Paper
    13. Part IV. Glial-Neuronal Interaction in Regeneration. Introduction
    14. Part IV. Glial-Neuronal Interaction in Regeneration
    15. Part IV. Glial-Neuronal Interaction in Regeneration. Discussion Paper
    16. Part V. Glial Electrophysiology and Transport. Introduction
    17. Part V. Glial Electrophysiology and Transport
    18. Part V. Glial Electrophysiology and Transport. Discussion Paper
    19. Part VI. Glia and the Blood-Brain Barrier. Introduction
    20. Part VI. Glia and the Blood-Brain Barrier
    21. Part VI. Glia and the Blood-Brain Barrier. Discussion Paper
    22. Part VII. Glial Receptors, Signaling, and Second Messengers. Introduction
    23. Part VII. Glial Receptors, Signaling, and Second Messengers
    24. Part VII. Glial Receptors, Signaling, and Second Messengers. Discussion Paper
    25. Poster Papers
    1. Glia, Neurons, and Plasticity (pages 209–213)

      G. RAISMAN

      Version of Record online: 17 DEC 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.1991.tb15612.x

  13. Part IV. Glial-Neuronal Interaction in Regeneration

    1. Top of page
    2. Preface
    3. SPECIAL LECTURE
    4. PART I. Vertebrate Glial Subtypes, Lineage, and Morphology. Introduction
    5. Part I. Vertebrate Glial Subtypes, Lineage, and Morphology
    6. Part I. Vertebrate Glial Subtypes, Lineage, and Morphology. Discussion Paper
    7. Part II. Glial-Neuronal Interaction During Development. Introduction
    8. Part II. Glial-Neuronal Interaction During Development
    9. Part II. Glial-Neuronal Interaction During Development. Discussion Paper
    10. Part III. Myelin and Demyelination. Introduction
    11. Part III. Myelin and Demyelination
    12. Part III. Myelin and Demyelination. Discussion Paper
    13. Part IV. Glial-Neuronal Interaction in Regeneration. Introduction
    14. Part IV. Glial-Neuronal Interaction in Regeneration
    15. Part IV. Glial-Neuronal Interaction in Regeneration. Discussion Paper
    16. Part V. Glial Electrophysiology and Transport. Introduction
    17. Part V. Glial Electrophysiology and Transport
    18. Part V. Glial Electrophysiology and Transport. Discussion Paper
    19. Part VI. Glia and the Blood-Brain Barrier. Introduction
    20. Part VI. Glia and the Blood-Brain Barrier
    21. Part VI. Glia and the Blood-Brain Barrier. Discussion Paper
    22. Part VII. Glial Receptors, Signaling, and Second Messengers. Introduction
    23. Part VII. Glial Receptors, Signaling, and Second Messengers
    24. Part VII. Glial Receptors, Signaling, and Second Messengers. Discussion Paper
    25. Poster Papers
    1. Neuronal and Nonneuronal Influences on Retinal Ganglion Cell Survival, Axonal Regrowth, and Connectivity after Axotomy (pages 214–228)

      GARTH M. BRAY, MARIA PAZ VILLEGAS-PÉREZ, MANUEL VIDAL-SANZ, DAVID A. CARTER and ALBERT J. AGUAYO

      Version of Record online: 17 DEC 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.1991.tb15613.x

    2. Schwann Cells in Central Regeneration (pages 229–233)

      RICHARD P. BUNGE

      Version of Record online: 17 DEC 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.1991.tb15614.x

  14. Part IV. Glial-Neuronal Interaction in Regeneration. Discussion Paper

    1. Top of page
    2. Preface
    3. SPECIAL LECTURE
    4. PART I. Vertebrate Glial Subtypes, Lineage, and Morphology. Introduction
    5. Part I. Vertebrate Glial Subtypes, Lineage, and Morphology
    6. Part I. Vertebrate Glial Subtypes, Lineage, and Morphology. Discussion Paper
    7. Part II. Glial-Neuronal Interaction During Development. Introduction
    8. Part II. Glial-Neuronal Interaction During Development
    9. Part II. Glial-Neuronal Interaction During Development. Discussion Paper
    10. Part III. Myelin and Demyelination. Introduction
    11. Part III. Myelin and Demyelination
    12. Part III. Myelin and Demyelination. Discussion Paper
    13. Part IV. Glial-Neuronal Interaction in Regeneration. Introduction
    14. Part IV. Glial-Neuronal Interaction in Regeneration
    15. Part IV. Glial-Neuronal Interaction in Regeneration. Discussion Paper
    16. Part V. Glial Electrophysiology and Transport. Introduction
    17. Part V. Glial Electrophysiology and Transport
    18. Part V. Glial Electrophysiology and Transport. Discussion Paper
    19. Part VI. Glia and the Blood-Brain Barrier. Introduction
    20. Part VI. Glia and the Blood-Brain Barrier
    21. Part VI. Glia and the Blood-Brain Barrier. Discussion Paper
    22. Part VII. Glial Receptors, Signaling, and Second Messengers. Introduction
    23. Part VII. Glial Receptors, Signaling, and Second Messengers
    24. Part VII. Glial Receptors, Signaling, and Second Messengers. Discussion Paper
    25. Poster Papers
    1. Is Functional Repair in the CNS a Realistic Possibility? (pages 241–244)

      NIGEL HOLDER

      Version of Record online: 17 DEC 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.1991.tb15616.x

  15. Part V. Glial Electrophysiology and Transport. Introduction

    1. Top of page
    2. Preface
    3. SPECIAL LECTURE
    4. PART I. Vertebrate Glial Subtypes, Lineage, and Morphology. Introduction
    5. Part I. Vertebrate Glial Subtypes, Lineage, and Morphology
    6. Part I. Vertebrate Glial Subtypes, Lineage, and Morphology. Discussion Paper
    7. Part II. Glial-Neuronal Interaction During Development. Introduction
    8. Part II. Glial-Neuronal Interaction During Development
    9. Part II. Glial-Neuronal Interaction During Development. Discussion Paper
    10. Part III. Myelin and Demyelination. Introduction
    11. Part III. Myelin and Demyelination
    12. Part III. Myelin and Demyelination. Discussion Paper
    13. Part IV. Glial-Neuronal Interaction in Regeneration. Introduction
    14. Part IV. Glial-Neuronal Interaction in Regeneration
    15. Part IV. Glial-Neuronal Interaction in Regeneration. Discussion Paper
    16. Part V. Glial Electrophysiology and Transport. Introduction
    17. Part V. Glial Electrophysiology and Transport
    18. Part V. Glial Electrophysiology and Transport. Discussion Paper
    19. Part VI. Glia and the Blood-Brain Barrier. Introduction
    20. Part VI. Glia and the Blood-Brain Barrier
    21. Part VI. Glia and the Blood-Brain Barrier. Discussion Paper
    22. Part VII. Glial Receptors, Signaling, and Second Messengers. Introduction
    23. Part VII. Glial Receptors, Signaling, and Second Messengers
    24. Part VII. Glial Receptors, Signaling, and Second Messengers. Discussion Paper
    25. Poster Papers
    1. Glial Electrophysiology and Transport (pages 245–247)

      RICHARD K. ORKAND

      Version of Record online: 17 DEC 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.1991.tb15617.x

  16. Part V. Glial Electrophysiology and Transport

    1. Top of page
    2. Preface
    3. SPECIAL LECTURE
    4. PART I. Vertebrate Glial Subtypes, Lineage, and Morphology. Introduction
    5. Part I. Vertebrate Glial Subtypes, Lineage, and Morphology
    6. Part I. Vertebrate Glial Subtypes, Lineage, and Morphology. Discussion Paper
    7. Part II. Glial-Neuronal Interaction During Development. Introduction
    8. Part II. Glial-Neuronal Interaction During Development
    9. Part II. Glial-Neuronal Interaction During Development. Discussion Paper
    10. Part III. Myelin and Demyelination. Introduction
    11. Part III. Myelin and Demyelination
    12. Part III. Myelin and Demyelination. Discussion Paper
    13. Part IV. Glial-Neuronal Interaction in Regeneration. Introduction
    14. Part IV. Glial-Neuronal Interaction in Regeneration
    15. Part IV. Glial-Neuronal Interaction in Regeneration. Discussion Paper
    16. Part V. Glial Electrophysiology and Transport. Introduction
    17. Part V. Glial Electrophysiology and Transport
    18. Part V. Glial Electrophysiology and Transport. Discussion Paper
    19. Part VI. Glia and the Blood-Brain Barrier. Introduction
    20. Part VI. Glia and the Blood-Brain Barrier
    21. Part VI. Glia and the Blood-Brain Barrier. Discussion Paper
    22. Part VII. Glial Receptors, Signaling, and Second Messengers. Introduction
    23. Part VII. Glial Receptors, Signaling, and Second Messengers
    24. Part VII. Glial Receptors, Signaling, and Second Messengers. Discussion Paper
    25. Poster Papers
    1. Five Electrophysiological Properties of Glial Cells (pages 248–254)

      B. A. BARRES

      Version of Record online: 17 DEC 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.1991.tb15618.x

    2. Membrane-Associated Sodium Channels and Cytoplasmic Precursors in Glial Cells : Immunocytochemical, Electrophysiological, and Pharmacological Studies (pages 255–271)

      J. E. MINTURN, H. SONTHEIMER, J. A. BLACK, K. J. ANGELIDES, B. R. RANSOM, J. M. RITCHIE and S. G. WAXMAN

      Version of Record online: 17 DEC 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.1991.tb15619.x

    3. Glial H+ Transport and Control of pH (pages 287–305)

      W.-R. SCHLUE, R. DÖRNER, L. REMPE and B. RIEHL

      Version of Record online: 17 DEC 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.1991.tb15621.x

    4. Glial Ion Transport and Volume Control (pages 306–317)

      O. KEMPSKI, S. von ROSEN, H. WEIGT, F. STAUB, J. PETERS and A. BAETHMANN

      Version of Record online: 17 DEC 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.1991.tb15622.x

    5. Axon-Glia Exchange of Macromolecules (pages 318–330)

      ROBERT M. GROSSFELD

      Version of Record online: 17 DEC 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.1991.tb15623.x

  17. Part V. Glial Electrophysiology and Transport. Discussion Paper

    1. Top of page
    2. Preface
    3. SPECIAL LECTURE
    4. PART I. Vertebrate Glial Subtypes, Lineage, and Morphology. Introduction
    5. Part I. Vertebrate Glial Subtypes, Lineage, and Morphology
    6. Part I. Vertebrate Glial Subtypes, Lineage, and Morphology. Discussion Paper
    7. Part II. Glial-Neuronal Interaction During Development. Introduction
    8. Part II. Glial-Neuronal Interaction During Development
    9. Part II. Glial-Neuronal Interaction During Development. Discussion Paper
    10. Part III. Myelin and Demyelination. Introduction
    11. Part III. Myelin and Demyelination
    12. Part III. Myelin and Demyelination. Discussion Paper
    13. Part IV. Glial-Neuronal Interaction in Regeneration. Introduction
    14. Part IV. Glial-Neuronal Interaction in Regeneration
    15. Part IV. Glial-Neuronal Interaction in Regeneration. Discussion Paper
    16. Part V. Glial Electrophysiology and Transport. Introduction
    17. Part V. Glial Electrophysiology and Transport
    18. Part V. Glial Electrophysiology and Transport. Discussion Paper
    19. Part VI. Glia and the Blood-Brain Barrier. Introduction
    20. Part VI. Glia and the Blood-Brain Barrier
    21. Part VI. Glia and the Blood-Brain Barrier. Discussion Paper
    22. Part VII. Glial Receptors, Signaling, and Second Messengers. Introduction
    23. Part VII. Glial Receptors, Signaling, and Second Messengers
    24. Part VII. Glial Receptors, Signaling, and Second Messengers. Discussion Paper
    25. Poster Papers
    1. Current Perspectives in Glial Electrophysiology (pages 331–342)

      J. MURDOCH RITCHIE

      Version of Record online: 17 DEC 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.1991.tb15624.x

  18. Part VI. Glia and the Blood-Brain Barrier. Introduction

    1. Top of page
    2. Preface
    3. SPECIAL LECTURE
    4. PART I. Vertebrate Glial Subtypes, Lineage, and Morphology. Introduction
    5. Part I. Vertebrate Glial Subtypes, Lineage, and Morphology
    6. Part I. Vertebrate Glial Subtypes, Lineage, and Morphology. Discussion Paper
    7. Part II. Glial-Neuronal Interaction During Development. Introduction
    8. Part II. Glial-Neuronal Interaction During Development
    9. Part II. Glial-Neuronal Interaction During Development. Discussion Paper
    10. Part III. Myelin and Demyelination. Introduction
    11. Part III. Myelin and Demyelination
    12. Part III. Myelin and Demyelination. Discussion Paper
    13. Part IV. Glial-Neuronal Interaction in Regeneration. Introduction
    14. Part IV. Glial-Neuronal Interaction in Regeneration
    15. Part IV. Glial-Neuronal Interaction in Regeneration. Discussion Paper
    16. Part V. Glial Electrophysiology and Transport. Introduction
    17. Part V. Glial Electrophysiology and Transport
    18. Part V. Glial Electrophysiology and Transport. Discussion Paper
    19. Part VI. Glia and the Blood-Brain Barrier. Introduction
    20. Part VI. Glia and the Blood-Brain Barrier
    21. Part VI. Glia and the Blood-Brain Barrier. Discussion Paper
    22. Part VII. Glial Receptors, Signaling, and Second Messengers. Introduction
    23. Part VII. Glial Receptors, Signaling, and Second Messengers
    24. Part VII. Glial Receptors, Signaling, and Second Messengers. Discussion Paper
    25. Poster Papers
    1. Implication of Astroglia in the Blood-Brain Barrier (pages 343–347)

      MILTON BRIGHTMAN

      Version of Record online: 17 DEC 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.1991.tb15625.x

  19. Part VI. Glia and the Blood-Brain Barrier

    1. Top of page
    2. Preface
    3. SPECIAL LECTURE
    4. PART I. Vertebrate Glial Subtypes, Lineage, and Morphology. Introduction
    5. Part I. Vertebrate Glial Subtypes, Lineage, and Morphology
    6. Part I. Vertebrate Glial Subtypes, Lineage, and Morphology. Discussion Paper
    7. Part II. Glial-Neuronal Interaction During Development. Introduction
    8. Part II. Glial-Neuronal Interaction During Development
    9. Part II. Glial-Neuronal Interaction During Development. Discussion Paper
    10. Part III. Myelin and Demyelination. Introduction
    11. Part III. Myelin and Demyelination
    12. Part III. Myelin and Demyelination. Discussion Paper
    13. Part IV. Glial-Neuronal Interaction in Regeneration. Introduction
    14. Part IV. Glial-Neuronal Interaction in Regeneration
    15. Part IV. Glial-Neuronal Interaction in Regeneration. Discussion Paper
    16. Part V. Glial Electrophysiology and Transport. Introduction
    17. Part V. Glial Electrophysiology and Transport
    18. Part V. Glial Electrophysiology and Transport. Discussion Paper
    19. Part VI. Glia and the Blood-Brain Barrier. Introduction
    20. Part VI. Glia and the Blood-Brain Barrier
    21. Part VI. Glia and the Blood-Brain Barrier. Discussion Paper
    22. Part VII. Glial Receptors, Signaling, and Second Messengers. Introduction
    23. Part VII. Glial Receptors, Signaling, and Second Messengers
    24. Part VII. Glial Receptors, Signaling, and Second Messengers. Discussion Paper
    25. Poster Papers
    1. Morphology of Glial Blood-Brain Barriers (pages 348–362)

      NANCY J. LANE

      Version of Record online: 17 DEC 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.1991.tb15626.x

    2. Modulation of a Glial Blood-Brain Barrier (pages 363–377)

      ARTHUR M. BUTT

      Version of Record online: 17 DEC 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.1991.tb15627.x

    3. Permeability and Transport of Glial Blood-Brain Barriers (pages 378–394)

      N. JOAN ABBOTT

      Version of Record online: 17 DEC 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.1991.tb15628.x

    4. Astrocytic Induction of Endothelial Tight Junctions (pages 395–404)

      Z. NAGY and K. MARTINEZ

      Version of Record online: 17 DEC 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.1991.tb15629.x

    5. Differentiation of Brain Endothelial Cells in Cell Culture (pages 420–425)

      L. L. RUBIN, K. BARBU, F. BARD, C. CANNON, D. E. HALL, H. HORNER, M. JANATPOUR, C. LIAW, K. MANNING, J. MORALES, S. PORTER, L. TANNER, K. TOMASELLI and T. YEDNOCK

      Version of Record online: 17 DEC 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.1991.tb15631.x

  20. Part VI. Glia and the Blood-Brain Barrier. Discussion Paper

    1. Top of page
    2. Preface
    3. SPECIAL LECTURE
    4. PART I. Vertebrate Glial Subtypes, Lineage, and Morphology. Introduction
    5. Part I. Vertebrate Glial Subtypes, Lineage, and Morphology
    6. Part I. Vertebrate Glial Subtypes, Lineage, and Morphology. Discussion Paper
    7. Part II. Glial-Neuronal Interaction During Development. Introduction
    8. Part II. Glial-Neuronal Interaction During Development
    9. Part II. Glial-Neuronal Interaction During Development. Discussion Paper
    10. Part III. Myelin and Demyelination. Introduction
    11. Part III. Myelin and Demyelination
    12. Part III. Myelin and Demyelination. Discussion Paper
    13. Part IV. Glial-Neuronal Interaction in Regeneration. Introduction
    14. Part IV. Glial-Neuronal Interaction in Regeneration
    15. Part IV. Glial-Neuronal Interaction in Regeneration. Discussion Paper
    16. Part V. Glial Electrophysiology and Transport. Introduction
    17. Part V. Glial Electrophysiology and Transport
    18. Part V. Glial Electrophysiology and Transport. Discussion Paper
    19. Part VI. Glia and the Blood-Brain Barrier. Introduction
    20. Part VI. Glia and the Blood-Brain Barrier
    21. Part VI. Glia and the Blood-Brain Barrier. Discussion Paper
    22. Part VII. Glial Receptors, Signaling, and Second Messengers. Introduction
    23. Part VII. Glial Receptors, Signaling, and Second Messengers
    24. Part VII. Glial Receptors, Signaling, and Second Messengers. Discussion Paper
    25. Poster Papers
  21. Part VII. Glial Receptors, Signaling, and Second Messengers. Introduction

    1. Top of page
    2. Preface
    3. SPECIAL LECTURE
    4. PART I. Vertebrate Glial Subtypes, Lineage, and Morphology. Introduction
    5. Part I. Vertebrate Glial Subtypes, Lineage, and Morphology
    6. Part I. Vertebrate Glial Subtypes, Lineage, and Morphology. Discussion Paper
    7. Part II. Glial-Neuronal Interaction During Development. Introduction
    8. Part II. Glial-Neuronal Interaction During Development
    9. Part II. Glial-Neuronal Interaction During Development. Discussion Paper
    10. Part III. Myelin and Demyelination. Introduction
    11. Part III. Myelin and Demyelination
    12. Part III. Myelin and Demyelination. Discussion Paper
    13. Part IV. Glial-Neuronal Interaction in Regeneration. Introduction
    14. Part IV. Glial-Neuronal Interaction in Regeneration
    15. Part IV. Glial-Neuronal Interaction in Regeneration. Discussion Paper
    16. Part V. Glial Electrophysiology and Transport. Introduction
    17. Part V. Glial Electrophysiology and Transport
    18. Part V. Glial Electrophysiology and Transport. Discussion Paper
    19. Part VI. Glia and the Blood-Brain Barrier. Introduction
    20. Part VI. Glia and the Blood-Brain Barrier
    21. Part VI. Glia and the Blood-Brain Barrier. Discussion Paper
    22. Part VII. Glial Receptors, Signaling, and Second Messengers. Introduction
    23. Part VII. Glial Receptors, Signaling, and Second Messengers
    24. Part VII. Glial Receptors, Signaling, and Second Messengers. Discussion Paper
    25. Poster Papers
    1. Glia As Targets for Neuroactive Substances (pages 432–433)

      BRIAN PEARCE

      Version of Record online: 17 DEC 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.1991.tb15633.x

  22. Part VII. Glial Receptors, Signaling, and Second Messengers

    1. Top of page
    2. Preface
    3. SPECIAL LECTURE
    4. PART I. Vertebrate Glial Subtypes, Lineage, and Morphology. Introduction
    5. Part I. Vertebrate Glial Subtypes, Lineage, and Morphology
    6. Part I. Vertebrate Glial Subtypes, Lineage, and Morphology. Discussion Paper
    7. Part II. Glial-Neuronal Interaction During Development. Introduction
    8. Part II. Glial-Neuronal Interaction During Development
    9. Part II. Glial-Neuronal Interaction During Development. Discussion Paper
    10. Part III. Myelin and Demyelination. Introduction
    11. Part III. Myelin and Demyelination
    12. Part III. Myelin and Demyelination. Discussion Paper
    13. Part IV. Glial-Neuronal Interaction in Regeneration. Introduction
    14. Part IV. Glial-Neuronal Interaction in Regeneration
    15. Part IV. Glial-Neuronal Interaction in Regeneration. Discussion Paper
    16. Part V. Glial Electrophysiology and Transport. Introduction
    17. Part V. Glial Electrophysiology and Transport
    18. Part V. Glial Electrophysiology and Transport. Discussion Paper
    19. Part VI. Glia and the Blood-Brain Barrier. Introduction
    20. Part VI. Glia and the Blood-Brain Barrier
    21. Part VI. Glia and the Blood-Brain Barrier. Discussion Paper
    22. Part VII. Glial Receptors, Signaling, and Second Messengers. Introduction
    23. Part VII. Glial Receptors, Signaling, and Second Messengers
    24. Part VII. Glial Receptors, Signaling, and Second Messengers. Discussion Paper
    25. Poster Papers
    1. Mechanisms of Axon-Schwann Cell Signaling in the Squid Nerve Fiber (pages 434–447)

      PETER D. EVANS, VINCENZINA REALE, ROSA MARIA MERZON and JORGE VILLEGAS

      Version of Record online: 17 DEC 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.1991.tb15634.x

    2. Role of Glutamate in Axon-Schwann Cell Signaling in the Squid, (pages 448–457)

      EDWARD M. LIEBERMAN

      Version of Record online: 17 DEC 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.1991.tb15635.x

    3. Glutamate-Receptor Channels in Mammalian Glial Cells (pages 458–474)

      STUART G. CULL-CANDY and DAVID J. A. WYLLIE

      Version of Record online: 17 DEC 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.1991.tb15636.x

    4. Receptor Activation and Its Biochemical Consequences in Astrocytes (pages 475–488)

      G. P. WILKIN, D. R. MARRIOTT, A. J. CHOLEWINSKI, J. N. WOOD, G. W. TAYLOR, G. J. STEPHENS and M. B. A. DJAMGOZ

      Version of Record online: 17 DEC 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.1991.tb15637.x

    5. Astrocyte Taurine (pages 489–500)

      GARY R. DUTTON, MARYANN BARRY, MARTHA L. SIMMONS and ROBERT A. PHILIBERT

      Version of Record online: 17 DEC 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.1991.tb15638.x

  23. Part VII. Glial Receptors, Signaling, and Second Messengers. Discussion Paper

    1. Top of page
    2. Preface
    3. SPECIAL LECTURE
    4. PART I. Vertebrate Glial Subtypes, Lineage, and Morphology. Introduction
    5. Part I. Vertebrate Glial Subtypes, Lineage, and Morphology
    6. Part I. Vertebrate Glial Subtypes, Lineage, and Morphology. Discussion Paper
    7. Part II. Glial-Neuronal Interaction During Development. Introduction
    8. Part II. Glial-Neuronal Interaction During Development
    9. Part II. Glial-Neuronal Interaction During Development. Discussion Paper
    10. Part III. Myelin and Demyelination. Introduction
    11. Part III. Myelin and Demyelination
    12. Part III. Myelin and Demyelination. Discussion Paper
    13. Part IV. Glial-Neuronal Interaction in Regeneration. Introduction
    14. Part IV. Glial-Neuronal Interaction in Regeneration
    15. Part IV. Glial-Neuronal Interaction in Regeneration. Discussion Paper
    16. Part V. Glial Electrophysiology and Transport. Introduction
    17. Part V. Glial Electrophysiology and Transport
    18. Part V. Glial Electrophysiology and Transport. Discussion Paper
    19. Part VI. Glia and the Blood-Brain Barrier. Introduction
    20. Part VI. Glia and the Blood-Brain Barrier
    21. Part VI. Glia and the Blood-Brain Barrier. Discussion Paper
    22. Part VII. Glial Receptors, Signaling, and Second Messengers. Introduction
    23. Part VII. Glial Receptors, Signaling, and Second Messengers
    24. Part VII. Glial Receptors, Signaling, and Second Messengers. Discussion Paper
    25. Poster Papers
    1. Glial Receptors, Signaling, and Second Messengers (page 501)

      ANNE MUDGE

      Version of Record online: 17 DEC 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.1991.tb15639.x

  24. Poster Papers

    1. Top of page
    2. Preface
    3. SPECIAL LECTURE
    4. PART I. Vertebrate Glial Subtypes, Lineage, and Morphology. Introduction
    5. Part I. Vertebrate Glial Subtypes, Lineage, and Morphology
    6. Part I. Vertebrate Glial Subtypes, Lineage, and Morphology. Discussion Paper
    7. Part II. Glial-Neuronal Interaction During Development. Introduction
    8. Part II. Glial-Neuronal Interaction During Development
    9. Part II. Glial-Neuronal Interaction During Development. Discussion Paper
    10. Part III. Myelin and Demyelination. Introduction
    11. Part III. Myelin and Demyelination
    12. Part III. Myelin and Demyelination. Discussion Paper
    13. Part IV. Glial-Neuronal Interaction in Regeneration. Introduction
    14. Part IV. Glial-Neuronal Interaction in Regeneration
    15. Part IV. Glial-Neuronal Interaction in Regeneration. Discussion Paper
    16. Part V. Glial Electrophysiology and Transport. Introduction
    17. Part V. Glial Electrophysiology and Transport
    18. Part V. Glial Electrophysiology and Transport. Discussion Paper
    19. Part VI. Glia and the Blood-Brain Barrier. Introduction
    20. Part VI. Glia and the Blood-Brain Barrier
    21. Part VI. Glia and the Blood-Brain Barrier. Discussion Paper
    22. Part VII. Glial Receptors, Signaling, and Second Messengers. Introduction
    23. Part VII. Glial Receptors, Signaling, and Second Messengers
    24. Part VII. Glial Receptors, Signaling, and Second Messengers. Discussion Paper
    25. Poster Papers
    1. Origin, Growth Factor Responses, and Ultrastructural Characteristics of an Adult-Specific Glial Progenitor Cell (pages 502–504)

      GUUS WOLSWIJK, PETER M. G. MUNRO, PETER N. RIDDLE and M. NOBLE

      Version of Record online: 17 DEC 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.1991.tb15640.x

    2. Protein Kinase C in Astrocytes : Phosphorylation and the Regulation of Cell Morphology (pages 511–514)

      PHILIP L. MOBLEY and BETH C. HARRISON

      Version of Record online: 17 DEC 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.1991.tb15643.x

    3. Regulation of Glial Development by Cell Line Derived Factors (pages 515–517)

      JOEL M. LEVINE and CHANGLIN DOU

      Version of Record online: 17 DEC 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.1991.tb15644.x

    4. Differentiation of Aminergic Neurons in Vitro Is Not Paralleled by Glial Maturation (pages 518–519)

      CORDIAN BEYER, JÜRGEN ENGELE, CHRISTOPH PILGRIM and INGRID REISERT

      Version of Record online: 17 DEC 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.1991.tb15645.x

    5. Astrocytes and O-2A Progenitors Migrate Toward Distinct Molecules in a Microchemotaxis Chamber (pages 520–522)

      REGINA ARMSTRONG, LIANA HARVATH and MONIQUE DUBOIS-DALCQ

      Version of Record online: 17 DEC 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.1991.tb15646.x

    6. Synthesis and Action of Extracellular Proteases in Rat Hippocampus (page 523)

      MYRNA A. R. DENT, DAVINA E. OWEN, PETER J. ANDREWS and P. JOHN SEELEY

      Version of Record online: 17 DEC 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.1991.tb15647.x

    7. Relation of Axons to Patterns of Glia in the Rat Barrel Field Cortex (pages 524–527)

      LEI ZHANG and NIGEL G. F. COOPER

      Version of Record online: 17 DEC 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.1991.tb15648.x

    8. Influence of Grafted Neurons on Glial Enzyme Expression (pages 528–529)

      MARILYN FISHER

      Version of Record online: 17 DEC 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.1991.tb15649.x

    9. The Axon May Control Schwann Cell Responses to Growth Factors (pages 535–536)

      J. B. DAVIS and A. D. J. GOODEARL

      Version of Record online: 17 DEC 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.1991.tb15651.x

    10. Mitogenic Response and Phenotype of Short- and Long-Term Cultured Schwann Cells : Relationship to Intracellular cAMP Levels (pages 537–539)

      H. J. S. STEWART, P. A. ECCLESTON, K. R. JESSEN and R. MIRSKY

      Version of Record online: 17 DEC 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.1991.tb15652.x

    11. Effect of EGF on DNA Labeling in Rat Cerebellar Immature Astrocytes Maintained Under Different Culture Conditions : Presence or Absence of Polylysine, Serum, or Both (pages 540–542)

      R. AVOLA, G. MAGRÌ, F. INGRAO, L. INSIRELLO, P. CARPANO, V. G. NICOLETTI, D. F. CONDORELLI, N. RAGUSA and A. M. GIUFFRIDA STELLA

      Version of Record online: 17 DEC 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.1991.tb15653.x

    12. Myelin Sheath Maintenance in the Absence of Axons (page 549)

      G. J. KIDD, J. W. HEATH, B. D. TRAPP, G. J. LITTLE and P. R. DUNKLEY

      Version of Record online: 17 DEC 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.1991.tb15656.x

    13. Adhesion of Primary Schwann Cells to HNK-1 Reactive Glycosphingolipids : Cellular Specificity (pages 553–555)

      LEILA K. NEEDHAM and RONALD L. SCHNAAR

      Version of Record online: 17 DEC 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.1991.tb15658.x

    14. Isolation and Characterization of the Myelin-Like Membranes Ensheathing Giant Axons in the Earthworm Nerve Cord (pages 559–561)

      BETTY I. ROOTS, BEATRICE CARDONE and PEDRO PEREYRA

      Version of Record online: 17 DEC 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.1991.tb15660.x

    15. A Growth Cone Collapsing Activity in Chicken Gray Matter (page 562)

      ROGER J. KEYNES, ALAN R. JOHNSON, CAROLINE J. PICART, OLGA M. DUNIN-BORKOWSKI and GEOFFREY M. W. COOK

      Version of Record online: 17 DEC 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.1991.tb15661.x

    16. Transplantation of Normal and Genetically Engineered Glia into Areas of Demyelination (pages 563–565)

      A. J. CRANG, R. J. M. FRANKLIN, W. F. BLAKEMORE, J. TROTTER, M. SCHACHNER, S. C. BARNETT and M. NOBLE

      Version of Record online: 17 DEC 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.1991.tb15662.x

    17. Components of Astrocytic Extracellular Matrix Are Regulated by Contact with Axons (pages 566–569)

      MARCH D. ARD and ANDREAS FAISSNER

      Version of Record online: 17 DEC 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.1991.tb15663.x

    18. Glial Cells Transplanted to the Rat Optic Tract : Influence on the Regrowth of Retinal Axons (pages 573–576)

      A. R. HARVEY, M. CHEN and S. E. DYSON

      Version of Record online: 17 DEC 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.1991.tb15665.x

    19. Nerve Regeneration in Vivo : A Blind-Ended Tube Model for Studying Environmental Effects (page 577)

      ROBERT W. VAN BOVEN, MARK R. GILBERT and BEVERLY L. HARDING

      Version of Record online: 17 DEC 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.1991.tb15666.x

    20. Molecular Mechanisms Leading to Lesion-Induced Increases in Nerve Growth Factor Synthesis (pages 581–582)

      ROLF HEUMANN, BASTIAN HENGERER, MICHAEL BROWN and HUGH PERRY

      Version of Record online: 17 DEC 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.1991.tb15668.x

    21. Anion Conductance Blocked by Divalent Cations in Cultured Rat Astrocytes (pages 583–585)

      T. JALONEN, V. VARGA, K. HARTIKAINEN, R. JANÁKY and S. S. OJA

      Version of Record online: 17 DEC 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.1991.tb15669.x

    22. Ultrastructure and Voltage-Dependent Sodium Currents at the Glia Limitans of the Frog Optic Nerve before and after the Axons Degenerate (pages 586–588)

      PAULA M. ORKAND, ROSA BLANCO, HECTOR MARRERO and RICHARD K. ORKAND

      Version of Record online: 17 DEC 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.1991.tb15670.x

    23. Cell Coupling Is Restricted to Subpopulations of Astrocytes Cultured from Rat Hippocampus and Optic Nerve (pages 592–596)

      H. SONTHEIMER, J. E. MINTURN, B. R. RANSOM, J. A. BLACK, A. H. CORNELL-BELL and S. G. WAXMAN

      Version of Record online: 17 DEC 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.1991.tb15672.x

    24. Endothelin Increases Rubidium Uptake through Calcium-Activated Potassium Channels in C6 Glioma Cells (pages 597–598)

      SURACHAI SUPATTAPONE and CHRISTOPHER C. ASHLEY

      Version of Record online: 17 DEC 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.1991.tb15673.x

    25. Single Ion Channel Currents from Vesicles in Teased Rat Spinal Roots (pages 599–602)

      S. QUASTHOFF and P. GRAFE

      Version of Record online: 17 DEC 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.1991.tb15674.x

    26. Properties of Ion Channels in Cultured Adult Human Schwann Cells (pages 603–606)

      JAMES McLARNON and SEUNG KIM

      Version of Record online: 17 DEC 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.1991.tb15675.x

    27. Electrophysiological Properties of Squid Giant Axon Schwann Cells : Relevance to K+ Clearance (pages 607–609)

      N. JOAN ABBOTT, Y. PICHON, E. R. BROWN, I. INOUE, F. KUKITA, PATRICIA A. REVEST and I. C. H. SMITH

      Version of Record online: 17 DEC 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.1991.tb15676.x

    28. Electrogenic Glutamate Uptake : Basic Properties, Modulation, and Failure in Anoxia (page 610)

      DAVID ATTWELL, BORIS BARBOUR, HELEN BREW, MONIQUE SARANTIS and MAREK SZATKOWSKI

      Version of Record online: 17 DEC 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.1991.tb15677.x

    29. The Inducible Blood-Brain Barrier Endothelium-Specific Antigen HT7, A Novel Immunoglobulin-Like Membrane Glycoprotein (pages 611–614)

      HARALD SEULBERGER, CAROLIN UNGER, URSULA ALBRECHT and WERNER RISAU

      Version of Record online: 17 DEC 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.1991.tb15678.x

    30. Development of Nonneural Elements in the Central Nervous System of Drosophila (pages 617–618)

      J. S. EDWARDS, L. S. SWALES and C. M. BATE

      Version of Record online: 17 DEC 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.1991.tb15680.x

    31. Capsaicin-Induced c-fos in Peripheral Nervous System Glial Cells (pages 628–629)

      JANET WINTER and CAROLINE EVISON

      Version of Record online: 17 DEC 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.1991.tb15684.x

    32. Neuron-Glia Interaction : Effect of Serotonin and DBcAMP on the Expression of GFAP and Its Encoding Message (pages 630–632)

      M. TARDY, G. LE PRINCE, C. FAGES, B. ROLLAND, J. NUNEZ and M. F. BELIN

      Version of Record online: 17 DEC 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.1991.tb15685.x

    33. Closing Remarks (pages 633–636)

      J. G. NICHOLLS

      Version of Record online: 17 DEC 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.1991.tb15686.x

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