Sheila J. Bharmal

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Titin is an extremely large protein found in highest concentrations in heart and skeletal muscle. The single mammalian gene is expressed in multiple isoforms as a result of alternative splicing. Although titin isoform expression is controlled developmentally and in a tissue specific manner, the vast number of potential splicing pathways far exceeds those(More)
The role of target interactions in the development and functional maturation of peripheral neurons was investigated using an immortalized sympathetic precursor cell line. bMAH cells underwent neuronal differentiation in response to neurotrophic factors, but maintained an immature neuronal phenotype characterized by small cell bodies and continued cell(More)
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