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Response Diversity and the Timing of Progenitor Cell Maturation Are Regulated by Developmental Changes in EGFR Expression in the Cortex
Early cortical progenitor cells of the ventricular zone (VZ) differ from later progenitor cells of the subventricular zone (SVZ) in cell-type generation and their level of epidermal growth factorExpand
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Eph Receptors and Ephrins in the Developing Chick Cerebellum: Relationship to Sagittal Patterning and Granule Cell Migration
Spatiotemporal expression patterns of six members of the Eph gene family (EphA4, EphA3, EphB2, ephrin-B1, ephrin-A2, and ephrin-A5) were characterized immunocytochemically at various stages of chickExpand
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Kinetic characterization of hexokinase isoenzymes from glioma cells: implications for FDG imaging of human brain tumors.
Quantitative imaging of glucose metabolism of human brain tumors with PET utilizes 2-[(18)F]-fluorodeoxy-D-glucose (FDG) and a conversion factor called the lumped constant (LC), which relates theExpand
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Mechanisms of Progenitor Maturation Are Conserved in the Striatum and Cortex
We recently reported that developmental changes in the expression of epidermal growth factor receptors (EGFRs) by cortical progenitor cells regulate their fate and migration. Higher levels of EGFRsExpand
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The p75 Neurotrophin Receptor, Relative to Other Schwann Cell and Melanoma Markers, Is Abundantly Expressed in Spindled Melanomas
Seventeen cases of spindled melanomas and eleven cases of epithelioid melanomas were immunolabeled with various melanoma and Schwann cell markers. Standard melanoma markers included S100, HMB45,Expand
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[18F]-2-fluoro-2-deoxyglucose transport kinetics as a function of extracellular glucose concentration in malignant glioma, fibroblast and macrophage cells in vitro.
FDG-PET is used to measure the metabolic rate of glucose. Transport and phosphorylation determine the amount of hexose analog that is phosphorylated and trapped. Competition occurs for both events,Expand
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Immunophenotypic differences between uveal and cutaneous melanomas.
OBJECTIVE To determine the immunophenotypic differences between uveal and cutaneous melanomas, employing standard melanoma markers as well as p75 neurotrophin receptor (p75NTR) and microphthalmiaExpand
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Immunophenotype of conjunctival melanomas: comparisons with uveal and cutaneous melanomas.
OBJECTIVE To characterize the immunophenotypic expression pattern of conjunctival melanomas, with the use of standard melanoma markers as well as microphthalmia transcription factor and p75Expand
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The application of direct immunofluorescence to intraoperative neurosurgical diagnosis.
A diagnostic problem can occur at the time of intraoperative consultation of neurosurgical tumors as to whether the tumor is of neuroectodermal origin or whether it represents an epithelialExpand
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