Andrew Hong

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With increasing urbanization vector-borne diseases are quickly developing in cities, and urban control strategies are needed. If streets are shown to be barriers to disease vectors, city blocks could be used as a convenient and relevant spatial unit of study and control. Unfortunately, existing spatial analysis tools do not allow for assessment of the(More)
Fragile X mental retardation syndrome is caused by the transcriptional silence of FMR1. Here, a quantitative PCR technique was used to examine the effect of Fmr1p on the expression of GABAA β subunits in different mouse brain regions. Our results demonstrated the reduction of GABAA β2 mRNA in all brain regions assessed, and the reduction of GABAA β3 mRNA in(More)
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