Pharmacogenetic stimulation of neuronal activity increases myelination in an axon-specific manner
Stanislaw Mitew, Ilan Gobius, Laura R Fenlon, Stuart J McDougall, David Hawkes, Yao Lulu Xing, Helena Bujalka, Andrew L Gundlach, Linda J Richards, Trevor J Kilpatrick, Tobias D Merson, Ben Emery
NATURE COMMUNICATIONS | NATURE PUBLISHING GROUP | Published : 2018
Awarded by Multiple Sclerosis Research Australia Postdoctoral Fellowship
Awarded by Australian Research Council Future Fellowship Metal Manufactures Ltd.
Awarded by Australian National Health and Medical Research Council (NHMRC) Career Development Fellowship
Awarded by NHMRC
Awarded by Australian Research Council
This work was supported by grants from the Myelin Repair Foundation (to B.E.) and Stem Cells Australia, an Australian Research Council Special Research Initiative (to T.D.M., S.M., T.J.K.). S.M. received support from a Multiple Sclerosis Research Australia Postdoctoral Fellowship (13-015). T.D.M. received support from an Australian Research Council Future Fellowship (FT150100207) Metal Manufactures Ltd. B.E. received support from an Australian National Health and Medical Research Council (NHMRC) Career Development Fellowship (1032833) and a Warren Endowed professorship in Neuroscience Research. A.L.G. received support from a NHMRC Project Grant (1067522). L.J.R. was supported by a NHMRC Principal Research Fellowship and received research grants from the NHMRC (Project Grants 1064174, 1126153) and Australian Research Council (Discovery Project 160103958). L.R.F. was supported by an Australian Postgraduate Research Award and top-up from the Queensland Brain Institute. We would like to thank Dr Matthias Klugmann (UNSW, Sydney, Australia) for his kind gift of the rabbit ASPA antibody.