Richard P. Bunge mostly deals with Cell biology, Schwann cell, Myelin, Schwann cell proliferation and Anatomy. The various areas that Richard P. Bunge examines in his Cell biology study include Ganglion, Neurite, Immunology and Tissue culture. His study in Schwann cell is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Laminin, Basal lamina and Neuroscience, Neuron.
His work carried out in the field of Schwann cell proliferation brings together such families of science as Cell and Mesaxon. His Anatomy research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Biophysics and Central nervous system. The Axon study combines topics in areas such as Synaptic vesicle and Neuroglia.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Cell biology, Schwann cell, Neuroscience, Myelin and Tissue culture. His Cell biology study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Cell, Neurite and Dorsal root ganglion. Richard P. Bunge combines subjects such as Basal lamina, Laminin, Extracellular matrix and Neuroglia with his study of Schwann cell.
His Neuroscience study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Cell culture and Cell type. Richard P. Bunge has included themes like Peripheral nervous system and Immunology in his Myelin study. Richard P. Bunge works mostly in the field of Tissue culture, limiting it down to topics relating to Superior cervical ganglion and, in certain cases, Neuron, Cervical ganglia, Dopamine and Growth cone.
Richard P. Bunge mainly investigates Schwann cell, Cell biology, Basal lamina, Myelin and Axon. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Neuroscience, Dorsal root ganglion, Spinal cord and Neuroglia. His Neuroscience study deals with Cell culture intersecting with Wallerian degeneration.
His Cell biology research focuses on subjects like Mesaxon, which are linked to Schwann cell differentiation. His study focuses on the intersection of Basal lamina and fields such as Laminin with connections in the field of Cell adhesion molecule and Basement membrane. His work on Myelin-associated glycoprotein and Galactocerebroside as part of general Myelin study is frequently linked to Ascorbic acid, therefore connecting diverse disciplines of science.
His primary areas of study are Schwann cell, Axon, Cell biology, Myelin and Basal lamina. His Schwann cell study is related to the wider topic of Anatomy. His Anatomy research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Endocrinology, Spinal cord injury and Brainstem.
The study incorporates disciplines such as Compact myelin and Myelinogenesis in addition to Cell nucleus. His work deals with themes such as Immunology, Cell adhesion molecule and Neuroglia, which intersect with Galactocerebroside. His Basement membrane research includes themes of Type IV collagen and Biochemistry.
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Evidence that sensory axons are mitogenic for Schwann cells
Patrick M. Wood;Richard P. Bunge.
Differentiation of axon-related Schwann cells in vitro. I. Ascorbic acid regulates basal lamina assembly and myelin formation
C F Eldridge;M B Bunge;R P Bunge;P M Wood.
Journal of Cell Biology (1987)
Studies of Schwann cell proliferation. I. An analysis in tissue culture of proliferation during development, Wallerian degeneration, and direct injury.
J L Salzer;R P Bunge.
Journal of Cell Biology (1980)
In vivo and in vitro observations on laminin production by Schwann cells
C J Cornbrooks;D J Carey;J A McDonald;R Timpl.
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America (1983)
Schwann cells genetically modified to secrete human BDNF promote enhanced axonal regrowth across transected adult rat spinal cord
Philippe Menei;Claudia Montero‐Menei;Scott R. Whittemore;Richard P. Bunge.
European Journal of Neuroscience (1998)
Linkage between axonal ensheathment and basal lamina production by Schwann cells.
R P Bunge;M B Bunge;C F Eldridge.
Annual Review of Neuroscience (1986)
Morphological changes in the neuritic growth cone and target neuron during synaptic junction development in culture.
Rosemary P. Rees;Mary Bartlett Bunge;Richard P. Bunge.
Journal of Cell Biology (1976)
Effects of calcium ion concentration on the degeneration of amputated axons in tissue culture.
W. W. Schlaepfer;R. P. Bunge.
Journal of Cell Biology (1973)
Studies of Schwann cell proliferation. III. Evidence for the surface localization of the neurite mitogen.
J L Salzer;R P Bunge;L Glaser.
Journal of Cell Biology (1980)
Electron microscopic demonstration of connections between glia and myelin sheaths in the developing mammalian central nervous system.
Mary Bartlett Bunge;Richard P. Bunge;George D. Pappas.
Journal of Cell Biology (1962)
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