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Synonyms:
   Glycine floribunda 
   Kraunhia floribunda 
   Phaseolodes floribundum 
   Rehsonia floribunda 
   Wisteria floribunda (Japanese wisteria) 
   Wisteria sinensis (Glicine) 

Broader Terms:
   Glycine (soybean) 
   Kraunhia 
   Rehsonia 
   Rosales 
   Wisteria 

More Specific:
   Wisteria floribunda alba 
   Wisteria floribunda macrobotrys 
 
 
Latest Articles on Wisteria floribunda from uBioRSS
Tenascin-R and perineuronal nets - Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B:...
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Wisteria sinensis
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Common Names: trubbhagtorn, Japanese wistaria, Japanese wisteria



1.  Daily Monitoring of Serum Wisteria floribunda Agglutinin-Positive Mac-2 Binding Protein Is Useful for Predicting Therapeutic Effect of Tolvaptan in Cirrhotic Ascites.LinkIT
Takamura M, Sakamaki A, Arao Y, Setsu T, Kamimura H, Yokoo T, Kamimura K, Tsuchiya A, Terai S
The Tohoku journal of experimental medicine, 2020
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2.  Single-sided Deafness Leads to Changes in Vesicular Synaptic Transporters and Matrix Metalloproteinase 9 in the Primary Auditory Cortex.LinkIT
Park SS, Lee DH, Lee SM, Lee CH, Kim SY
Neuroscience, 2020
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3.  Acute damage to the blood?brain barrier and perineuronal net integrity in a clinically-relevant rat model of traumatic brain injury.LinkIT
Vita SM, Grayson BE, Grill RJ
Neuroreport, 2020
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4.  Reconsideration of the Semaphorin-3A Binding Motif Found in Chondroitin Sulfate Using Galnac4s-6st-Knockout Mice.LinkIT
Nadanaka S, Miyata S, Yaqiang B, Tamura JI, Habuchi O, Kitagawa H
Biomolecules, 2020
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5.  Indigenous Medicinal Plants as Biofilm Inhibitors for the Mitigation of Antimicrobial Resistance.LinkIT
Ampofo EK, Amponsah IK, Asante-Kwatia E, Armah FA, Atchoglo PK, Mensah AY
Advances in pharmacological and pharmaceutical sciences, 2020
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6.  Characterization of Andean Blueberry in Bioactive Compounds, Evaluation of Biological Properties, and In Vitro Bioaccessibility.LinkIT
Baenas N, Ruales J, Moreno DA, Barrio DA, Stinco CM, Martínez-Cifuentes G, Meléndez-Martínez AJ, García-Ruiz A
Foods (Basel, Switzerland), 2020
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7.  Dynamics of perineuronal nets over amphibian metamorphosis.LinkIT
Edwards JA, Risch M, Hoke KL
The Journal of comparative neurology J Comp Neurol Dynamics of perineuronal nets over amphibian metamorphosis. 10.1002/cne.25055 Extracellular matrix materials known as perineuronal nets (PNNs) have been shown to have remarkable consequences for the maturation of neural circuits and stabilization of behavior. It has been proposed that, due to the possibly long-lived biochemical nature of their components, PNNs may be an important substrate by which long-term memories are stored in the central nervous system. However, little empirical evidence exists that shows that PNNs are themselves stable once established. Thus, the question of their temporal dynamics remains unresolved. We leverage the dramatic morphological and behavioral transformations that occur during amphibian metamorphosis to show that PNNs can be highly dynamic in nature. We used established lectin histochemistry to show that PNNs undergo drastic reconstruction during the metamorphic transition. Pre-metamorphic tadpoles have abundant lectin-labeled pericellular material, which we interpret to be PNNs, surrounding neurons throughout the central nervous system. During the metamorphic transition, these structures degrade, and begin to reform in the months following metamorphosis. We show that PNN sizes and staining intensity further change over metamorphosis, suggesting compositional rearrangement. We found PNNs in brain regions with putative homology to regions in mammals with known PNN function, and in other shared regions where PNN function is unknown. Our results suggest that PNNs are susceptible to remodeling by endogenous mechanisms during development. Interpreting the roles of PNNs in circuit maturation and stability requires understanding their temporal relationship with the neurons and synapses they surround. Our work provides further impetus to investigate this relationship in tandem with developmental and behavioral studies. © 2020 Wiley Periodicals LLC. Edwards Jacob A JA https://orcid.org/0000-0002-9877-6602 Department of Biology, Colorado State University, Fort Collins, Colorado, USA. Risch Makayla M Department of Biology, Colorado State University, Fort Collins, Colorado, USA. 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