Mikkal G Blick

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Activation of cellular proto-oncogenes as a result of chromosomal abnormalities has been implicated in the development of some human malignancies. Perhaps one of the most striking examples of this association occurs in chronic myelogenous leukaemia, where the Philadelphia (Ph) translocation results in substitution of the 5' end of the c-abl proto-oncogene(More)
Mouse models of autistic like behaviors are a valuable tool to use when studying the causes, symptoms, and potential treatments for autism. The inbred C58/J strain is a strain of interest for this model and has previously been shown to possess face validity for some of the core traits of autism, including low social behavior and elevated motor stereotypies.(More)
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