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The glycosylation profile of the sensory neuron adhesion molecule Caspr.
Mutations of the 2 adult and 2 childhood forms of the voltage-gated potassium channel (Kv1.1 and Kv1.2) or of the Ca(2+)-dependent membrane glycoprotein Caspr cause disease called “neuropathic pain with insensitivity to pain”, a common human condition for which there is currently no treatment. Kv1.1 and Kv1.2, and the adhesion molecule Caspr form the IK(A) channel, a critical determinant of the resting membrane potential that has an important role in neuronal excitability. The primary function of Caspr is to link proteins of the extracellular matrix and the plasma membrane to form a glycocalyx that stabilizes the membrane and acts as a barrier to the passage of molecules. However, the role of Caspr as a peripheral nerve cell adhesion molecule has not yet been defined. Caspr is highly expressed in dorsal root ganglion neurons (DRG), which sense noxious stimuli and initiate and transmit pain signals to the spinal cord. Little is known about the role of Caspr in pain. In this study, we have determined the glycosylation profile of Caspr and have demonstrated the presence of a number of the most abundant N-linked glycosylation sites in DRG neurons. Some of these sites have been previously reported. Immunofluorescence demonstrated Caspr to be present in lumbar DRG neurons, and in neurons of peripheral nerves. In adult mouse DRG neurons, Caspr was localized throughout the plasma membrane but was most intense in the areas immediately around myelinated axons. In adult DRG neurons, the membrane-associated forms of Caspr ranged from 28 to 49 kDa, presumably the result of glycosylation at various N-linked sites and proteolytic cleavage. Caspr co-localized with the Kv1.1/Kv1.2 channel in adult rat DRG neurons. However, the channel does not appear to contribute to the full-length isoform of the protein. We also tested the effect of knocking down Caspr gene expression in DRG neurons using Caspr-specific siRNA and observed decreased viability of cultured DRG neurons. This study is the

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Every year students at every level across England, Wales and Northern Ireland are assigned a set number of A-levels. They are given the results at the end of summer, but only by luck of the draw do they find out which subjects they have passed.

This year a groundbreaking change is coming: this summer marks the first time students will be given a glimpse at how they did for the first time since they started their A-levels.

The new A-level results day is a bold step to re-introduce transparency into the process.

It will also be the first time the government has guaranteed that every pupil will have the opportunity to know their results.

But the new policy means the results will not be published until after exams are over, as only a small number of schools will be able to provide data in time.

So, what does this mean for schools?

In theory, anyone should be able to find out how they have done before the end of the summer break.

In practice, this will be a major challenge for schools to get this data out quickly.

“We have 20 subject supervisors on each of the units so we have had to get them up to speed,” says Katie Wall, chief operating officer at Barclays, one of the companies contracted by the government to collate the data.

The deadline for releasing the data is 5 July, but, because it will take the system weeks to build up sufficient data to process the results, this means the first data is not expected to be released until mid-August.

This is why the summer term for A-level students will be so different from

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