Christine L Delaney

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Glial fibrillary acidic protein (GFAP) is a member of the family of intermediate filament structural proteins and is found predominantly in astrocytes of the central nervous system (CNS). To assess the function of GFAP, we created GFAP-null mice using gene targeting in embryonic stem cells. The GFAP-null mice have normal development and fertility, and show(More)
The zebrafish has recently assumed a central position in the study of vertebrate development. Numerous studies of other fish have shown that their central nervous systems, and especially their visual systems, continue to add new neurons throughout life, which is probably related to their abilities to regenerate axons and whole nervous tissue. Retinal(More)
Astrocytes have been proposed to have multiple roles in the development and maintenance of the vertebrate CNS. To facilitate documentation of these roles, we designed a transgene to enable their ablation at selectable times. The transgene consists of the coding region for the herpes simplex virus-thymidine kinase (HSV-TK) under the control of the human(More)
Aim. To test the transactivation domain-mediated control of glucose homeostasis by the tumor suppressor p53. Background. The tumor suppressor p53 has a critical role in maintenance of glucose homeostasis. Phosphorylation of Ser18 in the transaction domain of p53 controls the expression of Zpf385a, a zinc finger protein that regulates adipogenesis and(More)
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