Henrike Kristen

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The choroid plexuses (CP) release numerous biologically active enzymes and neurotrophic factors, and contain a subpopulation of neural progenitor cells providing the capacity to proliferate and differentiate into other types of cells. These characteristics make CP epithelial cells (CPECs) excellent candidates for cell therapy aiming at restoring brain(More)
Herpes simplex virus (HSV) types 1 and 2 are neurotropic viruses that establish lifelong latent infections in neurons. Mounting evidence suggests that HSV-1 infection is involved in the pathogenesis of Alzheimer's disease (AD). The relationships between other herpesvirus infections and events associated with neurodegeneration have not, however, been(More)
Helferich glycosylation of the cyanoethylidene L-rhamnose derivative 3 with the galactosyluronic bromide 2 gave the disaccharide 4 as a key intermediate in the synthesis of the monomer 13 for trityl-cyanoethylidene condensation (TCC). The following formation of the monomer 13, including introduction of a trityl group at O-3', proceeded in six steps. Because(More)
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