Her primary areas of investigation include Glial fibrillary acidic protein, Immunofluorescence, Cell biology, Pathology and Neurofilament. The Glial fibrillary acidic protein study combines topics in areas such as Gliosis, Biochemistry, Immunodiffusion and Neuroglia. Doris Dahl combines subjects such as Molecular biology, Antiserum, GFA-Protein and Anatomy with her study of Immunofluorescence.
The concepts of her Cell biology study are interwoven with issues in Cell culture, Intermediate filament, Cytoskeleton, Protein filament and Vimentin. The various areas that Doris Dahl examines in her Pathology study include Cerebellum, Subependymal giant cell astrocytoma and Glia limitans. Her work carried out in the field of Neurofilament brings together such families of science as Neurite, In vitro, Staining, Embryo and In vivo.
Her main research concerns Neurofilament, Glial fibrillary acidic protein, Pathology, Molecular biology and Anatomy. Her Neurofilament study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Intermediate filament, Immunofluorescence, Sciatic nerve, Monoclonal antibody and Spinal cord. Chromatography is closely connected to Antiserum in her research, which is encompassed under the umbrella topic of Immunofluorescence.
Her studies in Glial fibrillary acidic protein integrate themes in fields like Astrocyte, Gliosis, Biochemistry and Neuroglia. Her Molecular biology research includes elements of Epitope, Immunology, Antigen, Phosphorylation and Desmin. Her study in the fields of Optic nerve under the domain of Anatomy overlaps with other disciplines such as Population.
Doris Dahl mainly investigates Neurofilament, Anatomy, Pathology, Spinal cord and Glial fibrillary acidic protein. Her Neurofilament research incorporates themes from Molecular biology, Sciatic nerve, Monoclonal antibody and Phosphorylation. Her studies deal with areas such as Peripheral nervous system, Astrocyte and Reflex as well as Anatomy.
Her biological study deals with issues like Neuroglia, which deal with fields such as Cell biology. Her research in Pathology intersects with topics in Hippocampal formation and Spiral ganglion. Her Spinal cord study combines topics in areas such as Gliosis and Central nervous system.
Her scientific interests lie mostly in Neurofilament, Biochemistry, Population, Anatomy and Spinal cord. Doris Dahl interconnects Optic nerve, Retina, Axon, Phosphorylation and Polyclonal antibodies in the investigation of issues within Neurofilament. Her study in Biochemistry is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Biophysics and Axoplasmic transport.
Her Anatomy research focuses on Rhizotomy and how it relates to Sciatic nerve, Axotomy, Motor neuron and Immunofluorescence. Her Ganglion research incorporates elements of Spiral ganglion, Internal medicine, Endocrinology and Pathology. Her work in the fields of Pathology, such as Stain, overlaps with other areas such as Efferent.
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Localization of the glial fibrillary acidic protein in astrocytes by immunofluorescence
A. Bignami;L.F. Eng;D. Dahl;C.T. Uyeda.
Brain Research (1972)
Astrocyte-specific protein and neuroglial differentiation. An immunofluorescence study with antibodies to the glial fibrillary acidic protein.
A. Bignami;D. Dahl.
The Journal of Comparative Neurology (1974)
THE ASTROGLIAL RESPONSE TO STABBING. IMMUNOFLUORESCENCE STUDIES WITH ANTIBODIES TO ASTROCYTE-SPECIFIC PROTEIN (GFA) IN MAMMALIAN AND SUBMAMMALIAN VERTEBRATES
A. Bignami;Doris Dahl.
Neuropathology and Applied Neurobiology (1976)
Vimentin, the 57 000 molecular weight protein of fibroblast filaments, is the major cytoskeletal component in immature glia.
D Dahl;D C Rueger;A Bignami;K Weber.
European Journal of Cell Biology (1981)
Localization of vimentin, the nonspecific intermediate filament protein, in embryonal glia and in early differentiating neurons. In vivo and in vitro immunofluorescence study of the rat embryo with vimentin and neurofilament antisera.
Amico Bignami;Trichur Raju;Doris Dahl.
Developmental Biology (1982)
Laminin is produced by early rat astrocytes in primary culture.
P Liesi;D Dahl;A Vaheri.
Journal of Cell Biology (1983)
The radial glia of Müller in the rat retina and their response to injury. An immunofluorescence study with antibodies to the glial fibrillary acidic (GFA) protein.
A Bignami;A Bignami;D Dahl;D Dahl.
Experimental Eye Research (1979)
Laminin is induced in astrocytes of adult brain by injury.
P. Liesi;S. Kaakkola;D. Dahl;A. Vaheri.
The EMBO Journal (1984)
Expression of intermediate filaments in cultured cells
I Virtanen;VP Lehto;E Lehtonen;T Vartio.
Journal of Cell Science (1981)
The vimentin-GFA protein transition in rat neuroglia cytoskeleton occurs at the time of myelination.
Doris Dahl;Doris Dahl.
Journal of Neuroscience Research (1981)
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