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I am trying to calculate depreciated values of assets based on number of years I have owned them.the first problem is I am unable to do it all in one cell. moreover, when I split it up, almost all cells were returning values although i have limited my logic to one year. see below:




glenda model sets 59 to 67 11


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The morphology of cell types, pathology, axons and myelin were assessed in IF images captured using a confocal microscope (Nikon C2) with parameters (laser power, gain, and offset) set based on the negative control and single channel labelling. Sequential scanning starting from the longest wavelength was used to avoid signal bleaching between channels, and single labelled sections were compared with co-labelled sections to ensure no interfering effects (antibody competition or cross-reaction). Consistent image settings were applied to the sections stained with the same combination of antibodies. All post-acquisition brightness and contrast adjustments were equivalently applied to sections stained with the same sets of antibodies with Fiji (ImageJ version 2.1.0/1.53c). The mean grey value of NFL signals and the diameter of NFL-labelled axonal structure were measured with Fiji in 20 axons within a randomly selected ROI per case. Adjustment of brightness and contrast was applied for image presentation. The relationship between axons and myelin sheaths was assessed in images captured using high stimulated emission depletion microscopy (Leica TCS SP8 STED) and LASX software (version 3.7.4).


In contrast to myelinating WM OLGs, OLGs in the motor cortex made more myelin (increased protein levels) in response to the increase in cortical NFL. Cortical perineuronal satellite OLGs are mainly distributed in lower cortical layers where they attach closely to and metabolically support pyramidal neurons [61]. An increase in the surface area of more hypoactive pyramidal neurons (see above) would require an increase in OLG processes. In addition, intracortical fast-spiking inhibitory interneurons are the most abundant inhibitory interneurons concentrating in layers 4, 5 and 6, and are frequently myelinated [58, 63]. They are responsible for short intracortical inhibition of pyramidal neurons by synapsing on pyramidal axonal initial segments as well as their dendrites [63] and increase their axonal aborisation and myelination in response to increased activity [58]. Reduced effectiveness of short intracortical inhibition in the motor cortex is the most reliable abnormality identified in motor PD thought to be due to saturated activity of these neurons [17, 23], with dopamine input modulating this inhibitory network [13]. An increase in cortical myelination could indicate increased arborization and activity of such motor cortex interneurons which would result in increased inhibition to and hypoactivity of their targeted pyramidal neurons, and also parallel an increase in NFL and the dendritic arbor of their targeted neurons. As speculated above, if αSyn is involved in axonal collateralisation, then the increase in Lewy neurites in the motor cortex may represent the increased axonal branching of these inhibitory interneurons. Further assessment of animals that model these changes would be of value to understand better how these adaptive structural changes occur and their potential to impact functionally on motor PD.


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