Kristin Kathleen Baxter

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Preserving mitochondrial mass, bioenergetic functions and ROS (reactive oxygen species) homoeostasis is key to neuronal differentiation and survival, as mitochondria produce most of the energy in the form of ATP to execute and maintain these cellular processes. In view of our previous studies showing that NeuroD6 promotes neuronal differentiation and(More)
During neurogenesis, expression of the basic helix-loop-helix NeuroD6/Nex1/MATH-2 transcription factor parallels neuronal differentiation and is maintained in differentiated neurons in the adult brain. To dissect NeuroD6 differentiation properties further, we previously generated a NeuroD6-overexpressing stable PC12 cell line, PC12-ND6, which displays a(More)
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