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Recent evidence suggests that human cells require more genetic changes for neoplastic transformation than do their murine counterparts. However, a precise enumeration of these differences has never been undertaken. We have determined that perturbation of two signaling pathways-involving p53 and Raf-suffices for the tumorigenic conversion of normal murine(More)
Partial recovery from even severe traumatic brain injury (TBI) is ubiquitous and occurs largely through unknown mechanisms. Recent evidence suggests that hippocampal neural stem/progenitor cell (NSPC) activation and subsequent neurogenesis are responsible for at least some aspects of spontaneous recovery following TBI. Apolipoprotein E (ApoE) regulates(More)
  • S J Hong
  • 1993
C. sinensis total RNA was containing large amount of 18S rRNA but little 28S rRNA. The size of the double-stranded cDNA synthesized from poly (A)+ mRNA was 0.4-4.2 kb long with tapering upto 9.5 kb. Degenerated oligonucleotides (as 2 sense and 3 antisense primers) were designed on the conserved regions of the known tropomyosin amino acid sequences. From one(More)
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