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Animal Model for Regeneration of Olfactory Sensory Neurons
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 Title & Authors
Animal Model for Regeneration of Olfactory Sensory Neurons
Jeong, Yun-Mi; Park, Jong-Su; Kim, Cheol-Hee; You, Kwan-Hee;
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 Abstract
The olfactory system is an important model for the study of neuronal degeneration and regeneration, including neuronal diseases. When the olfactory sensory neurons are damaged by nerve injury or are exposed to environmental factors, they degenerate and are replaced by regenerating neurons. To monitor neuronal degeneration in living animal, we established an olfactory-specific GFP transgenic zebrafish. The effects of Triton X-100 or sodium acetate on the olfactory system were examined. A significant decrease in the number of GFP-positive olfactory sensory neurons was observed after chemical lesion. We found a recovery of GFP-positive neurons by 2 days posttreatment. From these results, we expect that further studies of olfactory degeneration and regeneration using this transgenic zebrafish will provide important advances for the study of neuronal degeneration and regeneration.
 Keywords
Olfactory dysfunction;Anosmia;Regeneration;Animal model;Convergence;
 Language
Korean
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