Amanda K. Raymond

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Three cases of intracranial dural chondrosarcoma are reported. The radiologic appearance of this slow-growing, extraaxial malignant tumor is different from the more familiar skull-base chondrosarcoma and may mimic an atypical meningioma. Dural chondrosarcoma tends to be less calcified or even to lack matrix calcification; it is associated with bone erosion(More)
Interactions of transcriptional activators are difficult to study using transcription-based two-hybrid assays due to potent activation resulting in false positives. Here we report the development of the Golgi two-hybrid (G2H), a method that interrogates protein interactions within the Golgi, where transcriptional activators can be assayed with negligible(More)
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