Hideyuki Migita

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Adenosine, a modulator of neuronal function in the mammalian central nervous system, exerts a neuroprotective effect via the adenosine A(1) receptor; however, its effect on neural stem cells (NSCs) remains unclear. Because adenosine is released in response to pathological conditions and NSCs play a key role in neuroregeneration, we tested the hypothesis(More)
Presented here is an antisense-oriented method for functional gene screening, which we propose naming 'antisense display'. In principle, it consists of four steps: (i) preparation of phosphorothioate antisense repertoires that would correspond to the Kozak's consensus sequence, (ii) subgroup screening to identify active antisense molecules that could cause(More)
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