HEXAGRAMME 59 et 39 a scientifique view discovery

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HEXAGRAMME 59 et 39 a scientifique view discovery

Message  OYABIO le Dim 8 Juin - 16:17

source http://www.plosone.org/article/info%3Adoi%2F10.1371%2Fjournal.pone.0097237

Scientists have found that cellular blockages (hex 39) , the molecular equivalent to traffic jams, in nerve cells of the insect’s brain can form and dissolve ( hex 59) in 30 seconds or less.

The findings, presented in the journal PLOS ONE,
http://www.plosone.org/article/info%3Adoi%2F10.1371%2Fjournal.pone.0097237   could provide scientists much-needed clues to better identify and treat neurodegenerative diseases such as Alzheimer’s and Huntington’s.

“Our research suggests that fixed, permanent blocks may impede the transport of important cellular components and, ultimately, lead to cellular degeneration and death,” says lead researcher Shermali Gunawardena, PhD, an assistant professor of biological sciences in the University at Buffalo’s College of Arts and Sciences. “Conversely, blocks that resolve themselves may be benign.”

She continues: “This is an important distinction that could help researchers decide which kind or type of blocks to focus on when developing drugs and other forms of therapy for some of these debilitating diseases.”

Scientists have long known that many essential cellular components are transported (circulate) along tracts of nerve cells called neuronal pathways, and that these movements (hex 51) are required for the growth, function and maintenance of neurons. Only recently, however, have they been able to understand the many proteins ( http://tao1.hautetfort.com/archive/2011/04/02/the-power-of-semen-and-ovula.html ) that help control these movements.

In the UB study, researchers examined isolated nerve cells from fruit fly larvae. Neuronal pathways of these larvae are similar to neuronal pathways in humans.

Traditionally, researchers have identified blockages through still images of dead larvae. These images provide a snapshot only, instead of a depiction of the behavior of the accumulated components over distinct periods of time.

UB researchers altered the approach by analyzing the neuronal pathways of living larvae. Unlike the still images, this method shows how the transport of components changes as neuronal pathways evolve over time.

The researchers found that certain blockages form and dissolve (hex 59) rather quickly. For example, one blockage appeared and disappeared within 29 seconds. Its relatively short life, Gunawardena said, indicates that the blockage is likely benign and not harmful to the cell.

The distinction is significant, she said, because it could allow researchers to focus on permanent blockages that likely halt cellular movement (circulation) and may pose more serious health risks.

Researchers also looked at how the transport of essential materials over several days contributed to the growth of neurons. If transport (circulation) was disrupted, then growth of the neuron was compromised. As the neuron grew, the movement of some components carrying synaptic proteins ( http://tao1.hautetfort.com/archive/2011/04/02/the-power-of-semen-and-ovula.html ) increased while other components did not show significant changes.

This suggests that the transport (circulation = hex 48 the WELL) of components in neuronal pathways is linked to the growth and function of the nerve cell.

Taken together, the findings suggest that more research must be conducted to better understand the spatial and temporal characteristics of how essential materials are transported within neurons of living organisms. This, in turn, will provide clues into how defects in this system can lead to neurodegenerative diseases and, perhaps, better ways to identify and treat these ailments.


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