Lior Kirsch

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Administration of a single low dose of estradiol to the immature (4- to 5-week-old) female mouse caused a rapid, uterine-specific increase in the uptake of radiolabeled plasminogen from plasma. A significant increase in uptake was detectable within 30 min and reached a maximum 2-4 h after administration of the hormone. After 4 h, a substantial amount (42%)(More)
Gene expression controls how the brain develops and functions. Understanding control processes in the brain is particularly hard since they involve numerous types of neurons and glia, and very little is known about which genes are expressed in which cells and brain layers. Here we describe an approach to detect genes whose expression is primarily localized(More)
Anatomical substructures of the human brain have characteristic cell-types, connectivity and local circuitry, which are reflected in area-specific transcriptome signatures, but the principles governing area-specific transcription and their relation to brain development are still being studied. In adult rodents, areal transcriptome patterns agree with the(More)
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