Brad Williamson

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MeCP2 is a methyl-CpG-binding protein that is a main component of brain chromatin in vertebrates. In vitro studies have determined that in addition to its specific methyl-CpG-binding domain (MBD) MeCP2 also has several chromatin association domains. However, the specific interactions of MeCP2 with methylated or non-methylated chromatin regions and the(More)
This study was designed to demonstrate and measure mechanical torsion in patients with adolescent idiopathic scoliosis using three-dimensional magnetic resonance (MR) imaging. Ten patients with adolescent idiopathic scoliosis were imaged with three-dimensional MR imaging, and the data post-processed through multiplanar reconstruction to produce images(More)
Acknowledgements For assistance in various capacities during this study we express sincere thanks to: We also are grateful to Ed Martinko (Director, Kansas Biological Survey) and Dean Kettle (Director, University of Kansas Field Station) for access to tracts and to field facilities. The Smooth Earth Snake (Virginia valeriae) and Redbelly Snake (Storeria(More)
Acknowledgements For assistance in various capacities during this study we express sincere thanks to: We also are grateful to Ed Martinko (Director, Kansas Biological Survey) and Dean Kettle (Director, University of Kansas Field Station) for access to tracts and to field facilities. The Smooth Earth Snake (Virginia valeriae) and Redbelly Snake (Storeria(More)
This 3.5 year EPSRC-funded studentship is to work with Professor B.A. Wallace at Birkbeck College, University of London on studies of bacterial and chimeric voltage-gated sodium channels. The aim of this project is to enhance our knowledge of sodium channel structure, function and ligand binding with the ultimate goal of understanding the molecular basis of(More)
Ten years after her battle with anorexia nervosa and bulimia began, a 26-year-old woman restored her normal body weight to 102 pounds from a low of 47 pounds (21.3 kilograms), became pregnant, delivered a healthy infant at term, and was successfully breastfeeding at five months. Her dietary intake, which was computer analyzed and compared with the(More)
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