Scientists already knew that the Atlantic toadfish produces large amounts of a protein called parvalbumin
that basically cleans up the ions from the release site but this clean up still happens when the fish shuts up.
20] Our study found a decrease in GABA concentration in the anterior cingulate cortex; therefore, the GABA- glutamate hypothesis speculated that Fast-spiking parvalbumin
positive interneurons released less GABA in the course of schizophrenia.
Calcium-binding protein (calbindin-D28K) and parvalbumin
immunocytochemistry in the normal and epileptic human hippocampus.
The genes for the highly homologous Ca 2+-binding proteins on-comodulin and parvalbumin
are not linked in the human genome.
Reductions have been found in the PFC parvalbumin
of adolescent separated subjects.
m and use as a neurotransmitter GABA, associated with the parvalbumin
in more than 60% of the neurons.
Quantitative distribution of parvalbumin
, calretinin, and calbindin D-28k immunoreactive neurons in the visual cortex of normal and Alzheimer cases.
is constantly expressed in chromophobe renal carcinoma.
Proteomic analysis in animals C57BL/6-resistant and DBA/2 sensitive, following 12-O-tetradecanoylphorbol-13-acetate (TPA) administration, demonstrated 19 different expressed proteins, such as S100 calcium binding proteins A8, A9, and A11 as well as parvalbumin
a and annexin A1 .
In their brains, a particular group of nerve cells called parvalbumin
interneurons didn't mature normally.
Immunohistochemically, they are also positive for markers of proximal convoluted tubule (PCT) (CD10, carbonic anhydrase IX, vimentin, AMACR) as well as distal tubule/collecting duct (CK7, CK19, parvalbumin
Paired-pulse facilitation at recurrent Purkinje neuron synapses is independent of calbindin and parvalbumin
during high-frequency activation.