Corning® 2.5S Nerve Growth Factor (NGF)
Company: Corning
Catalog#: 356004
Product evaluation:
Primary Explosive Blast-induced Traumatic Brain Injury Model in PC12 Cell Culture
[Abstract]  While it is understood that structural damage occurs at the cellular level from the traumatic brain injury event, the effect on functional activity remains largely unknown. Simplified models such as in vitro models of primary explosive blast are critically needed to deconvolute mechanisms of cellular damage. This protocol details an in vitro indoor experimental system setup (Zander et al., 2015) using real military explosive charges to more accurately represent ...

Neuron Culture from Mouse Superior Cervical Ganglion
[Abstract]  The rodent superior cervical ganglion (SCG) is a useful and readily accessible source of neurons for studying the mechanisms of sympathetic nervous system (SNS) development and growth in vitro. The sympathetic nervous system (SNS) of early postnatal animals undergoes a great deal of remodeling and development; thus, neurons taken from mice at this age are primed to re-grow and establish synaptic connections after in situ removal. The stereotypic location and size of the SCG ...

  • Bio-protocol’s mission is to improve research reproducibility. Please join our effort by sharing your experience on the reagents/equipment that you have used.
Similar products