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)
Among the different mechanisms underlying the etiopathogenesis of myotonic dystrophy type 1 (DM1), a backward reprogramming to a foetal splicing machinery is an interesting hypothesis. To address this possibility, Tau splicing, which is regulated during development and modified in DM1, was analyzed. Indeed, a preferential expression of the foetal Tau(More)
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