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The production of neurons to form the mammalian cortex, known as embryonic cortical neurogenesis, is a complex developmental process. Insight into the process of cell division during neurogenesis is provided by murine cortical cell lineage trees, recorded through experimental observation. Recurring patterns within cell lineage trees may be indicative of(More)
Ethanol causes biphasic melting behavior in saturated lecithins (Rowe (1983) Biochemistry 22, 3299-3305), a consequence of the formation of the stable interdigitated phase (Simon, S.A. and McIntosh, T.J. (1984) Biochim. Biophys. Acta 773, 169-172). The membrane systems studied to date have been large vesicle systems in which the membrane surface can be(More)
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