Dana Abi Ghanem

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The asymmetric chimeric faces test is used frequently as an indicator of right hemisphere involvement in the perception of facial affect, as the test is considered free of linguistic elements. Much of the original research with the asymmetric chimeric faces test was conducted with subjects reading left-to-right Roman script, i.e., English. As readers of(More)
Neurofibrillary degeneration is often observed in the brain of patients with type 1 myotonic dystrophy (DM1). It consists principally of the aggregation of Tau isoforms that lack exon 2/3 encoded sequences, and is the consequence of the modified splicing of Tau pre-mRNA. In experimental models of DM1, the splicing of several transcripts is modified due to(More)
Alternative pre-messenger RNA splicing remodels the human transcriptome in a spatiotemporal manner during normal development and differentiation. Here we explored the landscape of transcript diversity in the erythroid lineage by RNA-seq analysis of five highly purified populations of morphologically distinct human erythroblasts, representing the last four(More)
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