Carolin Stuenkel

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The enormous cellular complexity of the brain is a major obstacle for gene expression profiling of neurological disease models, because physiologically relevant changes of transcription in a specific neuronal subset are likely to be lost in the presence of other neurons and glia. We solved this problem in transgenic mice by labeling genetically defined(More)
Digitalis-like factor (DLF) appears to be widely distributed throughout the body, and has been specifically localized to the mammalian hypothalamus. In this study we monitored the DLF response to insulin-induced hypoglycemia in 11 normal males. Hypoglycemia was associated with a significant increase in serum DLF activity over basal values (40 +/- 5 pg(More)
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