Jason M Allen

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The yeast PHO2 gene encodes a homeodomain protein that exemplifies combinatorial control in transcriptional activation. Pho2 alone binds DNA in vitro with low affinity, but in vivo it activates transcription with at least three disparate DNA-binding proteins: the zinc finger protein Swi5, the helix-loop-helix factor Pho4, and Bas1, an myb-like activator.(More)
Neuropathies of the lower extremity may occur from traumatic injury, surgery, tumor, entrapment by adjacent structures, and a variety of other causes. At times, the clinical presentation can be confusing. Because of its superior soft tissue contrast and the ability to image in any plane, MR imaging is the modality of choice for visualization of peripheral(More)
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