Janann Y Ali

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Acute neurite retraction, elicited by diverse agents in several neuronal cell types, has been reported to be inhibited by genistein, a kinase antagonist that is relatively (though not absolutely) selective for tyrosine kinases. It was hypothesized that genistein acts upon some final common pathway that integrates multiple extrinsic and intrinsic signals to(More)
Genes of the Polycomb group in Drosophila melanogaster function as long-term transcriptional repressors. A few members of the group encode proteins found in two evolutionarily conserved chromatin complexes, Polycomb repressive complex 1 (PRC1) and the ESC-E(Z) complex. The majority of the group, lacking clear biochemical functions, might be indirect(More)
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