Jasmine E. Hines

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The normal human liver receives a substantial autonomic innervation that is thought to subserve motor, metabolic, and sensory functions. In this study an antibody to a neural axoplasmic protein (PGP 9.5) was used to visualise autonomic nerves in tissue from normal, precirrhotic, and cirrhotic livers. Nerve fibres were readily identified in the parenchyma(More)
Previous studies show that humans have a large genomic deletion downstream of the Androgen Receptor gene that eliminates an ancestral mammalian regulatory enhancer that drives expression in developing penile spines and sensory vibrissae. Here we use a combination of large-scale sequence analysis and PCR amplification to demonstrate that the penile(More)
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