The age and genomic integrity of neurons after cortical stroke in humans. Article - Mai 2014

Hagen B Huttner, Olaf Bergmann, Mehran Salehpour, Attila Rácz, Jemal Tatarishvili, Emma Lindgren, Tamás Csonka, László Csiba, Tibor Hortobágyi, Gábor Méhes, Elisabet Englund, Beata Werne Solnestam, Sofia Zdunek, Christian Scharenberg, Lena Ström, Patrik Ståhl, Benjamin Sigurgeirsson, Andreas Dahl, Stefan Schwab, Göran Possnert, Samuel Bernard, Zaal Kokaia, Olle Lindvall, Joakim Lundeberg, Jonas Frisén

Hagen B Huttner, Olaf Bergmann, Mehran Salehpour, Attila Rácz, Jemal Tatarishvili, Emma Lindgren, Tamás Csonka, László Csiba, Tibor Hortobágyi, Gábor Méhes, Elisabet Englund, Beata Werne Solnestam, Sofia Zdunek, Christian Scharenberg, Lena Ström, Patrik Ståhl, Benjamin Sigurgeirsson, Andreas Dahl, Stefan Schwab, Göran Possnert, Samuel Bernard, Zaal Kokaia, Olle Lindvall, Joakim Lundeberg, Jonas Frisén, « The age and genomic integrity of neurons after cortical stroke in humans.  », Nature Neuroscience, mai 2014, pp. 801-3. ISSN 1097-6256

Abstract

It has been unclear whether ischemic stroke induces neurogenesis or neuronal DNA rearrangements in the human neocortex. Using immunohistochemistry ; transcriptome, genome and ploidy analyses ; and determination of nuclear bomb test-derived (14)C concentration in neuronal DNA, we found neither to be the case. A large proportion of cortical neurons displayed DNA fragmentation and DNA repair a short time after stroke, whereas neurons at chronic stages after stroke showed DNA integrity, demonstrating the relevance of an intact genome for survival.

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