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1. Uckermann O; Galli R; Mackenroth L; Geiger K; Steiner G; Koch E; Schackert G; Kirsch M
Optical Biochemical Imaging: Potential New Applications in Neuro-Oncology
Multimodal NLO
European Association of NeuroOncology Magazine 2014; 4 (1): 20-26
Multimodal NLO imaging of a mouse cerebellum (red: CARS, green: TPEF, blue: SHG). (a) Overview of the mouse cerebellum. (b) Magnification of the area indicated in (a). (c) Magnification of the area indicated in (b). Arrows indicate Purkinje cells characterized by punctuate fluorescence in the somata. (d) Magnification of the area indicated in (a), a large blood vessel is shown (*). (e) Magnification of the area indicated in (a), nerve fibres are indicated by intense CARS signal. (f) Magnification of the area indicated in (e). Single axons can be discerned (arrows).

Keywords: NLO imagingnonlinear optical microscopy
2. Hamerlik P; Rich JN; Lathia JD
News and Views Basic Science: Glioblastoma Stem Cells
European Association of NeuroOncology Magazine 2013; 3 (2): 49-55
Glioblastoma stem cells (GSC) reside in vascular and hypoxic niches. Schematic representation of GSC residing in a vascular niche supported by blood vessels and hypoxic niche adjacent to necrotic regions. Each niche promotes the maintenance of the GSC population and supports the expansion of the tumour mass.

Keywords: glioblastoma stem cellsscheme
3. Fry CH; Roosen A
Urothelial Targets in the Overactive bladder
Urothelial/Suburothelial Layer
Journal für Urologie und Urogynäkologie 2007; 14 (1) (Ausgabe für Österreich): 20-23
Journal für Urologie und Urogynäkologie 2007; 14 (1) (Ausgabe für Schweiz): 19-22
Schematic representation of the urothelial/suburothelial layer of the bladder wall. The urothelium has a surface layer of umbrella cells with basal and intermediate cells below. This is separated by a basement membrane from a suburothelial layer that contains blood vessels, small unmyelinated and myelinated fibres, as well as a syncytium of myofibroblasts. Many of these cells are concentrated towards the urothelial layer.

Keywords: bladderHarnblaseSchemaschemeUrologieUrothel
4. Conci E; Pachinger O; Metzler B
Mouse Models for Myocardial Ischaemia/Reperfusion
Adhesion Molecules
Journal für Kardiologie - Austrian Journal of Cardiology 2006; 13 (7-8): 239-244
Scheme of involvement of the adhesion molecules in ischaemia/reperfusion. Under normal conditions, there are virtually no interactions between the endothelium and neutrophils. After coronary ischaemia/reperfusion, the blood vessel’s ability to form NO is severely reduced. With decreased supplies of NO, the coronary vessel may constrict. Additional adhesion molecules were expressed on the endothelium and polymorphonuclear leukocytes (PMNs) begin with rolling as the first step in PMN sequestration. As the PMN slows, tighter interactions between CD18 (on PMN) and ICAM-1 (on endothelium) cause the second phase of the PMN-EC interaction called sticking. The final step, the diapedesis, involves the coordination of many factors.

Keywords: Kardiologiemyokardiale IschämiePerfusionSchema
5. Dia-Präsentation von SERVIER
EUROPA-Studie (Perindopril) (60 Abbildungen)

Keywords: CoversumEUROPA-StudiePerindoprilServier Austria GmbH
6. Steeds RP; Channer K; Emery C; Morice A
Altered Coronary Arterial Reactivity Following Pharmacological Perinatal Interventions
Koronararterie - L-NAME
Journal of Clinical and Basic Cardiology 2002; 5 (1): 109-114
Coronary artery reactivity to L-NAME in (A) isolated coronary arteries, (B) isolated perfused heart preparation. A. Mean +/- SEM rise in tension with 100 mmol/L LNAME in isolated coronary arteries mounted on a wire myograph. PNLN (n = 13 vessels); PNCH (n = 12 vessels); PNC (n = 15 vessels) B. Rise in coronary artery pressure with 10 mmol/L LNAME in isolated blood perfused hearts. PNLN (n = 4 rats); PNCH (n = 4 rats); PNC (n = 6 rats). Results are expressed as mean change in tension (mN/mm)/mmHg +/- SEM

Keywords: coronary arteryDruckheartHerzKontraktionKoronararterieL-NAMEL-NAMENg-Nitro-L-Arginin-MethylesterNg-nitro-L-arginine-methyl-esterPerfusionPerfusionpressure
7. Rump LC
The Role of Sympathetic Nervous Activity in Chronic Renal Failure
SNS - Co-Transmitter
Journal of Clinical and Basic Cardiology 2001; 4 (3): 179-182
Sympathetic cotransmitter effects in blood vessels and kidney

Keywords: blood vesselBlutgefäßkidneyNiereSchemasympathetic nervous systemSympathikussympathisches NervensystemTransmitterTransmitter
8. Rupp H; Jäger B
The renin-angiotensin system and the sympathetic nervous system in hypertension and congestive heart failure: implications for therapeutic interventions
Sympathisches Nervensystem - Blutgefäß
Journal of Clinical and Basic Cardiology 2001; 4 (1): 47-51
Sympathetic neuroeffector junction. Norepinephrine (NE) is released from the sympathetic nerve at the sympathetic neuroeffector junction, stimulating postsynaptic alpha1-adrenoreceptors (a1) leading to vasoconstriction. Angiotensin AT1 receptors are present presynaptically at this junction as well as postsynaptically on blood vessels. Stimulation of the presynaptic receptors enhances SNS-induced norepinephrine release. Adapted from Ohlstein [21, 22].

Keywords: AngiotensinAngiotensinblood vesselBlutgefäßGraphische DarstellungJunctionneuroeffectorNeuroeffektorSNSsympathetic nervous systemsympathisches Nervensystem
9. Di Napoli P; Barsotti A; Contegiacomo G; Di Crecchio A; Di Muzio M; Maggi A; Taccardi AA; Tiloca P
Ischaemic preconditioning of rat myocardium: effects on postischaemic coronary endothelium hyperpermeability and microcirculatory damage
Preconditioning - koronare Mikrozirkulation
Journal of Clinical and Basic Cardiology 1998; 1 (1): 37-42
Histological samples (200X, fluorescent light) showing the FITC-Albumin diffusion in perimyocytic space (left) and perivascular space (right). Top: control. Middle: preconditioning. Bottom: preconditioning + hypertonic reperfusion. In control group fluorescence is strongly diffused around myocytes and perivascular space. After ischaemic preconditioning, albumin extravasation is limited; adding hypertonic reperfusion FlTC-albumin diffusion is detected in the only endothelial surface of blood vessels (bottom, on the right)

Keywords: FITC-albuminFITC-albuminHistologisches Präparathistologyischaemic preconditioningischämisches PreconditioningmicrocirculationMikrozirkulation

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