Rosfuzah Roslan

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Cell adhesion molecules (CAMs), particularly L1, are important for axonal growth on Schwann cells in vitro. We have used in situ hybridization to study the expression of mRNAs for L1 and its close homologue CHL1, by neurons regenerating their axons in vivo, and have compared CAM expression with that of GAP-43. Adult rat sciatic nerves were crushed (allowing(More)
Protein-protein interactions (PPIs) play a significant role in many crucial cellular operations such as metabolism, signaling and regulations. The computational methods for predicting PPIs have shown tremendous growth in recent years, but problem such as huge false positive rates has contributed to the lack of solid PPI information. We aimed at enhancing(More)
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