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A recent study reported that OLIG2 had a significant association with schizophrenia in the UK population. We genotyped three variants scattered among the genomic region of OLIG2, namely rs1005573, rs762178 and rs1059004 in a sample consisting of 329 schizophrenia patients and 288 controls. The results provide further evidence that the SNP rs762178 in OLIG2(More)
Recently, several researches based on expression analysis, genetic linkage and association studies have suggested that the regulator of G-protein signaling 4 (RGS4) might be a schizophrenia susceptibility gene. However, these linkage and association studies have been conducted using different ethnic samples, and have therefore tended to produce inconsistent(More)
Glioma is among the ten most common causes of cancer-related death and has no effective treatment for it, so we are trying to find a new target for anticancer treatment. This study investigates the different expression of SRPK1 as a novel protein in glioma, which can influence tumor cells biological characteristics in normoxic and hypoxic environment. The(More)
High is the incidence of gastrointestinal dysfunction induced by cerebrovascular disease. However, little is known about the effects of CGRP on gastrointestinal injuries induced by cerebrovascular disease. The purpose of the present study was to investigate the protective effects of calcitonin gene-related peptide (CGRP) on gastric mucosa injury after focal(More)
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Results from a number of molecular and pharmacological studies suggest that the phosphatidylinositol-4-phosphate 5-kinase IIalpha (PIP5K2A) gene may be involved in the development of schizophrenia. A recent family-based transmission disequilibrium test in the German and Israeli populations found that four single nucleotide polymorphisms, rs1417374,(More)
Gliomas, the most common primary brain tumors, have low survival rates and poorly defined molecular mechanisms to target for treatment. Serine/arginine SR protein kinases 1 (SRPK1) can highly and specifically phosphorylate the SR protein found in many tumors, which can influence cell proliferation and angiogenesis. However, the roles and regulatory(More)
AIM To explore the effect of nerve regeneration through repairing the defect of sciatic nerve in rats with the combination of optimized acellular allogeneic nerve and autologous neuroma. MATERIAL AND METHODS 30 SD rats were randomly divided into two groups A and B, with 15 in each, which were used in preparing the models of the autologous neuroma and the(More)
Gliomas are one of the most common primary brain tumors in adults. They display aggressive invasiveness, are highly vascular, and have a poor prognosis. Plexin-B1 is involved in numerous cellular processes, especially cellular migration and angiogenesis. However, the role and regulatory mechanisms of Plexin-B1 in gliomas are not understood and were thus(More)
Spinal cord injury is a severe clinical problem, and research searching activity molecular that can promote spinal cord injury repairing is very prevalent. Mst3b can promote repair of damaged peripheral nerves and the optic nerve, but has been rarely reported in spinal cord injury research. Through detecting its expression in different periods of injured(More)