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Bone Marrow‐Derived Mesenchymal Stromal Cells Express Cardiac‐Specific Markers, Retain the Stromal Phenotype, and Do Not Become Functional Cardiomyocytes In Vitro
Although bone marrow‐derived mesenchymal stromal cells (MSCs) may be beneficial in treating heart disease, their ability to transdifferentiate into functional cardiomyocytes remains unclear. Here,Expand
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Postsynaptic short-chain neurotoxins from Pseudonaja textilis. cDNA cloning, expression and protein characterization.
Two lethal proteins, which specifically bind to the nAChR from Torpedo californica, were isolated from the venom of Pseudonaja textilis, the common brown snake from Australia. The isolated proteinsExpand
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Group IB phospholipase A2 from Pseudonaja textilis.
Pseudonaja textilis, an Australian Elapid, is known to produce a highly toxic venom. Both protein profiling and N-terminal sequence analysis showed the presence of four new phospholipases A(2) inExpand
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Cloning and characterization of the pseudonajatoxin b precursor.
An Australian common brown snake, Pseudonaja textilis, is known to contain highly lethal neurotoxins. Among them, a long-chain alpha-neurotoxin, pseudonajatoxin b, has been identified. In thisExpand
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