Erythrocytes Are Oxygen-Sensing Regulators of the Cerebral Microcirculation

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Erythrocytes Are Oxygen-Sensing Regulators of the Cerebral Microcirculation. / Wei, Helen Shinru; Kang, Hongyi; Rasheed, Izad-Yar Daniel; Zhou, Sitong; Lou, Nanhong; Gershteyn, Anna; McConnell, Evan Daniel; Wang, Yixuan; Richardson, Kristopher Emil; Palmer, Andre Francis; Xu, Chris; Wan, Jiandi; Nedergaard, Maiken.

I: Neuron, Bind 91, Nr. 4, 17.08.2016, s. 851-862.

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Wei, HS, Kang, H, Rasheed, I-YD, Zhou, S, Lou, N, Gershteyn, A, McConnell, ED, Wang, Y, Richardson, KE, Palmer, AF, Xu, C, Wan, J & Nedergaard, M 2016, 'Erythrocytes Are Oxygen-Sensing Regulators of the Cerebral Microcirculation', Neuron, bind 91, nr. 4, s. 851-862. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.neuron.2016.07.016

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Wei, H. S., Kang, H., Rasheed, I-Y. D., Zhou, S., Lou, N., Gershteyn, A., ... Nedergaard, M. (2016). Erythrocytes Are Oxygen-Sensing Regulators of the Cerebral Microcirculation. Neuron, 91(4), 851-862. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.neuron.2016.07.016

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Wei HS, Kang H, Rasheed I-YD, Zhou S, Lou N, Gershteyn A o.a. Erythrocytes Are Oxygen-Sensing Regulators of the Cerebral Microcirculation. Neuron. 2016 aug 17;91(4):851-862. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.neuron.2016.07.016

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Wei, Helen Shinru ; Kang, Hongyi ; Rasheed, Izad-Yar Daniel ; Zhou, Sitong ; Lou, Nanhong ; Gershteyn, Anna ; McConnell, Evan Daniel ; Wang, Yixuan ; Richardson, Kristopher Emil ; Palmer, Andre Francis ; Xu, Chris ; Wan, Jiandi ; Nedergaard, Maiken. / Erythrocytes Are Oxygen-Sensing Regulators of the Cerebral Microcirculation. I: Neuron. 2016 ; Bind 91, Nr. 4. s. 851-862.

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AU - Gershteyn, Anna

AU - McConnell, Evan Daniel

AU - Wang, Yixuan

AU - Richardson, Kristopher Emil

AU - Palmer, Andre Francis

AU - Xu, Chris

AU - Wan, Jiandi

AU - Nedergaard, Maiken

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N2 - Energy production in the brain depends almost exclusively on oxidative metabolism. Neurons have small energy reserves and require a continuous supply of oxygen (O2). It is therefore not surprising that one of the hallmarks of normal brain function is the tight coupling between cerebral blood flow and neuronal activity. Since capillaries are embedded in the O2-consuming neuropil, we have here examined whether activity-dependent dips in O2 tension drive capillary hyperemia. In vivo analyses showed that transient dips in tissue O2 tension elicit capillary hyperemia. Ex vivo experiments revealed that red blood cells (RBCs) themselves act as O2 sensors that autonomously regulate their own deformability and thereby flow velocity through capillaries in response to physiological decreases in O2 tension. This observation has broad implications for understanding how local changes in blood flow are coupled to synaptic transmission.

AB - Energy production in the brain depends almost exclusively on oxidative metabolism. Neurons have small energy reserves and require a continuous supply of oxygen (O2). It is therefore not surprising that one of the hallmarks of normal brain function is the tight coupling between cerebral blood flow and neuronal activity. Since capillaries are embedded in the O2-consuming neuropil, we have here examined whether activity-dependent dips in O2 tension drive capillary hyperemia. In vivo analyses showed that transient dips in tissue O2 tension elicit capillary hyperemia. Ex vivo experiments revealed that red blood cells (RBCs) themselves act as O2 sensors that autonomously regulate their own deformability and thereby flow velocity through capillaries in response to physiological decreases in O2 tension. This observation has broad implications for understanding how local changes in blood flow are coupled to synaptic transmission.

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