axodendritic

ax·o·den·drit·ic

(ak'sō-den-drit'ik),
Pertaining to the synaptic relationship of an axon with a dendrite of another neuron. See: synapse.

ax·o·den·drit·ic

(ak'sō-den-drit'ik)
Pertaining to the synaptic relationship of an axon with a dendrite of another neuron.
See: synapse
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(8),(9) Although the variety of synaptic contacts underlies the complex structure in the brain, the most common are axodendritic synapses, which are those between an axon and a dendrite.
This could explain why in OB the dendrodendritic connections predominate because most of their interneurons do not have an axon (Crespo et al., 2013; Kato el al., 2013; Nagayama et al.), therefore, the lack of axodendritic or axosomatic connections between the interneurons and the projection neurons (mitral cells and tufted cells), would make it difficult to transport the virus between the latter and the neighboring interneurons.
Axodendritic sorting and pathological missorting of tau are isoform-specific and determined by axon initial segment architecture.
Li et al., "JNK1 phosphorylation of SCG10 determines microtubule dynamics and axodendritic length," Journal of Cell Biology, vol.
Leon et al., "Axodendritic fibres of mouse cerebellar granule neurons exhibit a diversity of functional P2X receptors," Neurochemistry International, vol.
Pribram's holonomic brain theory, proposes the term neuromodulator rather than neurotransmitter to refer to the electrical gab in junctions (axodendritic and dendo-dendritic) caused by chemical synapses.
These structures, referred to as RNA operons, play key roles in axodendritic transport and mediate local mRNA translation and synaptic plasticity [107].
means of axodendritic afferent signals from the gustatory receptors to
Whereas in the previous study both axosomatic and axodendritic putative contacts were considered, in the present study only axosomatic contacts were counted.
The integrity of microtubule function is critical for the physiological development of the CNS including cell proliferation, migration of post-mitotic neurones to form the cortical layers of the cerebrum and cerebellum, extension and stabilization of neuritis, and axodendritic transport.
Kim and colleagues report not only decreased forelimb representation area in perilesion motor cortex but also an increase in axodendritic synapses and multiple synaptic boutons following forced use of the unimpaired limb (i.e., compensatory limb training) [84].
(2006) JNK1 phosphorylation of SCG10 determines microtubule dynamics and axodendritic length.