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In Specific Aim II we will compare sensory testing and skin biopsy data from normal people and diabetics with and without pain to see whether there is evidence for a threshold value separating individuals with and without pain, and whether we can identify a presymptomatic state. In Specific Aim III, we plan to evaluate sensory function of the paw in rat models of pain after sciatic nerve injury. At sacrifice, biopsies will be taken from the bottom of the rat's paws as well as from the injured nerves to see whether changes in the density of nociceptive nerve endings in the foot correlate with severity of damage in the nerve and with the rat's behavior during sensory testing.
We will determine if transduction of altered neuronal excitation and neurotrophic support regulate nuclear factors that may induce plasticity through regulation of gene expression. Finally, we will determine if cochlear ablation activates second messenger pathways that transduce signals of injury to regulate nuclear factors that may change gene expression and induce degenerative pruning. ; Sarcos Research Corporation 360 Wakara Wy Salt Lake City, Ut 84108 Timing: Fiscal Year 2002; Project Start 01-SEP-2002; Project End 28-FEB-2003 Summary: (provided by applicant): Sarcos Research Corporation proposes a novel microinfusion system for administration of medications for treatment of middle ear and cochlear diseases, such as sudden hearing loss, Menieres disease, instances of tinnitus, and for providing pharmacological hearing protection in chemotherapy.
To facilitate direct experimental manipulation of the developing ELDS, this application will develop an in vitro model of the developing kreisler otocyst and ELDS. Experiments will first test the hypothesis that cultured kreisler otocysts developmentally mimic the in vivo system morphologically and functionally. This model will then be used to test the hypothesis that virally mediated expression of kr can rescue the ELDS phenotype in vitro. To test the hypothesis that hindbrain sources of kr induce ELDS differentiation, we will culture kreisler otocysts with wild-type hindbrain explants.
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