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Atonal is a Drosophila proneural protein required for the proper formation of the R8 photoreceptor cell, the founding photoreceptor cell in the developing retina. Proper expression and refinement of the Atonal protein is essential for the proper formation of the Drosophila adult eye. In vertebrates, expression of transcription factors orthologous to(More)
BACKGROUND Proper neurogenesis in the developing Drosophila retina requires the regulated expression of the basic helix-loop-helix (bHLH) proneural transcription factors Atonal (Ato) and Daughterless (Da). Factors that control the timing and spatial expression of these bHLH proneural genes in the retina are required for the proper formation and function of(More)
We report a case of TTP in a sickle cell/β+-thalassemia heterozygote with nonspecific complaints and a evidence of hemolysis, initially attributed to sickle crisis. Included in this case is a discussion of the development of functional hyposplenism, a rarely reported complication, limitation of ADAMTS-13 in diagnosis, and the use of platelet transfusion.
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