Josef Jaschke

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Although cellular prion protein (PrP(c)) has been suggested to have physiological roles in neurogenesis and angiogenesis, the pathophysiological relevance of both processes remain unknown. To elucidate the role of PrP(c) in post-ischemic brain remodeling, we herein exposed PrP(c) wild type (WT), PrP(c) knockout (PrP-/-) and PrP(c) overexpressing (PrP+/+)(More)
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