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Coexpression of P2X2 and P2X3 receptor subunits can account for ATP-gated currents in sensory neurons
Cation-selective P2X receptor channels were first described in sensory neurons1-4 where they are important for primary afferent neurotransmission and nociception5,6. Here we report the cloning of aExpand
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Proteomic profiling of x-linked muscular dystrophy
Progressive x-linked muscular dystrophy represents the most commonly inherited neuromuscular disorder in humans. Although the disintegration of the dystrophin-associated glycoprotein complex triggersExpand
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Proteomic Profiling of the Dystrophin-Deficient MDX Heart Reveals Drastically Altered Levels of Key Metabolic and Contractile Proteins
Although Duchenne muscular dystrophy is primarily classified as a neuromuscular disease, cardiac complications play an important role in the course of this X-linked inherited disorder. TheExpand
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Detection of Aspergillus fumigatus mycotoxins: immunogen synthesis and immunoassay development.
Immunological detection of secreted low molecular weight toxins represents a potentially novel means of diagnosing infection by the fungus Aspergillus fumigatus. Two such metabolites, gliotoxin andExpand
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Proteomic profiling of naturally protected extraocular muscles from the dystrophin-deficient mdx mouse.
Duchenne muscular dystrophy is the most frequent neuromuscular disorder of childhood. Although this x-linked muscle disease is extremely progressive, not all subtypes of skeletal muscles are affectedExpand
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Investigating Microstructural Abnormalities and Neurocognition in Sub-Acute and Chronic Traumatic Brain Injury Patients with Normal-Appearing White Matter: A Preliminary Diffusion Tensor Imaging Study
For a significant percentage of subjects, with chronic traumatic brain injury (TBI), who report persisting cognitive impairment and functional loss, the diagnosis is often impeded by the fact thatExpand
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The Relationship between Fearfulness, GABA+, and Fear-Related BOLD Responses in the Insula
The inhibitory neurotransmitter GABA plays a crucial role in anxiety and fear, but its relationship to brain activation during fear reactions is not clear. Previous studies suggest that GABA agonistsExpand
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Proteomic analysis of dystrophic muscle.
Mass spectrometry-based proteomics had a major impact on the global characterization of skeletal muscles and has decisively enhanced the field of neuromuscular pathology. Proteomic profiling ofExpand
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Dickens Matters? A Collaborative Story About Our Spring 2019 Dickens Seminar Told in Six Parts
abstract:This collaborative article takes six different looks at what it means to read and study Dickens today in both the graduate and undergraduate classrooms, as well as in the culture at large.Expand