Peripherally-derived BDNF promotes regeneration of ascending sensory neurons after spinal cord injury
Zhong, Jin Hua
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Song et al.
The blood brain barrier (BBB) and truncated trkB receptor on astrocytes prevent the penetration of brain derived neurotrophic factor (BDNF) applied into the peripheral (PNS) and central nervous system (CNS) thus restrict its application in the treatment of nervous diseases. As BDNF is anterogradely transported by axons, we propose that peripherally derived and/or applied BDNF may act on the regeneration of central axons of ascending sensory neurons.
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Song, X., Li, F., Zhang, F., Zhong, J., & Zhou, X., 2008. Peripherally-derived BDNF promotes regeneration of ascending sensory neurons after spinal cord injury. PLoS One, 3(3), 1-16.