R Nicholas Trotter

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The thymus is a primary immune organ that is essential for the development of functional T cells. The thymus receives sympathetic innervation, and thymocytes and thymic epithelial cells express functional adrenergic receptors. In this study, we employed retrograde, transneuronal virus tracing to identify the CNS cell groups that regulate sympathetic outflow(More)
Efficient delivery of therapeutic peptides to the skin will facilitate better outcomes in dermatology. The tetrapeptide AAPV, an elastase inhibitor with potential utility in the management of psoriasis was coupled to short chain lipoamino acids (Laa: C6-C10) to enhance the peptide permeation into and through human epidermis. AAPV was conjugated to Laas by(More)
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