Jun-Ling Huang

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Trypsin digestion of the sarcoplasmic reticulum membrane at 35 to 43°C leads to an increased calcium permeability, the temperature dependence of which suggests tryptic exposure or creation of a channel rather than tryptic release of a mobile carrier (K.C. Toogood et al.,Membr. Biochem. 5:49–75, 1983). Here we show that: (1) the digested vesicles both pump(More)
Neural stem cells (NSCs) are multi-potent stem cells able to self-renew and generate immature and differentiated cell populations by asymmetric division. The NSCs are of considerable interest for cell replacement in neuro-degenerative diseases. NSCs are usually identified and expanded by their ability to generate free-floating aggregates termed(More)
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