Min-Hua Luo

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Tau is a microtubule-associated protein (MAP) whose transcript undergoes complex regulated splicing in the mammalian nervous system. Our previous work with exon 6 established that tau shows a unique expression pattern and splicing regulation profile, and that it utilizes alternative splice sites in several human tissues. The mRNAs from these splicing(More)
The regulation of tau protein expression during different stages of cellular differentiation and development as well as its functional role in morphogenesis, neurofibrillary tangle formation, and neurodegeneration have been topics of extensive study but have not been completely clarified yet. Tau undergoes complex regulated splicing in the mammalian nervous(More)
The pattern of expression of a carrot dhfr-ts gene was evaluated in different plant organs, in somatic embryos, and in hypocotyl explants induced to dedifferentiate in vitro by the addition of the synthetic auxin 2,4 dichorophenoxyacetic acid. The promoter of this gene was also placed upstream of a uidA (GUS) reporter gene and, using biolistic and(More)
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