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Cholera toxin (CT) or its subunits were given orally to mice and division of intestinal intraepithelial lymphocytes (IEL) in vivo measured by double immunofluorescence using 5-bromo-2'-deoxyuridine (BRdU) and membrane alpha beta T-cell receptors (TCR) or gamma delta TCR staining in frozen sections. Cholera toxin (10 micrograms) produced a two- to(More)
absence of the full disease allele from sperm of Instability of a CAG repeat in 4pl6.3 has affected males, has led to the suggestion that been found in Huntington's disease (HD) repeat expansion may occur during a window chromosomes. Unlike a similar repeat in early in fetal development.2324 the fragile X syndrome, the expanded HD In HD, affected subjects(More)
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