Hesed‐Padilla Nash

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In order to explore whether specific cytogenetic abnormalities can be used to stratify tumors with a distinctly different clinical course, we performed comparative genomic hybridization (CGH) of tumors from patients who were diagnosed with metastatic disease after an interval of less than 2 years or who remained free from distant metastases for more than 10(More)
Some site-specific recombination systems require the interacting DNA sequences to have a specific relative orientation. This means that DNA segments can sense each other's direction even though they may be separated by many thousands of base pairs. Here, we review the surprising results of recent experiments that lead to a new model which accounts for site(More)
Membrane potential changes induced by 5-hydroxytryptamine (5-HT), gamma-aminobutyric acid (GABA) and 1,1-dimethyl-4-phenyl piperazinium (DMPP) were recorded from nodose ganglia (NG) by the sucrose-gap method. An amount of 0.002-0.5 mumol of the depolarizing agent was injected into the superfusion stream to the ganglion. Responses to 5-HT were also evoked(More)
We have studied the interaction of highly purified Int protein with DNA restriction fragments from the lambda phage attachment site (attP) region. Two different DNA sequences are protected by bound Int protein against partial digestion by either pancreatic DNAase or neocarzinostatin. One Int binding site includes the 15 bp common core sequence (the(More)
1 The effects of raising or lowering [Ca(2+)](o) or [Mg(2+)](o) on potential changes evoked by 5-hydroxytryptamine (5-HT) and by the nicotinic agonist, 1,1-dimethyl-4-phenyl piperazinium (DMPP) have been investigated.2 Changes in membrane potential were measured at the ganglion or in postganglionic axons by the sucrose-gap technique. The ganglionic response(More)
Potential changes in superior cervical ganglion cells evoked by 5-HT or the nicotinic agonist, dimethyl-phenyl piperazinium (DMPP), were recorded using the sucrose-gap method and a number of putative 5-HT antagonists tested for potency and selectivity. Selective blockade of 5-HT responses was produced by 5-HT itself and, in increasing order of potency, by(More)
1 The antagonist actions of quipazine on 5-hydroxytryptamine (5-HT) receptors have been investigated in the rabbit isolated superior cervical ganglion and on the rat isolated spinal cord and stomach strip. 2 Changes in membrane potential induced by 5-HT or by the nicotinic agonist, 1,1-dimethyl-4-phenyl piperazinium (DMPP), were measured in the ganglion by(More)
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