Sum Thai Wong

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Following high thoracic spinal cord transection (SCT) in rats, abnormal changes in arterial pressure in response to sensory stimulation (autonomic dysreflexia) are correlated with changes in neural circuitry in the injured spinal cord. Anterograde transport of wheat germ agglutinin conjugated to Texas Red (WGATR) and confocal microscopy were used to(More)
BACKGROUND Cellular signaling involves a sequence of events from ligand binding to membrane receptors through transcription factors activation and the induction of mRNA expression. The transcriptional-regulatory system plays a pivotal role in the control of gene expression. A novel computational approach to the study of gene regulation circuits is presented(More)
P53 is probably the most important tumor suppressor known. Over the years, information about this gene has increased dramatically. We have built a comprehensive knowledgebase of p53, which aims to facilitate wet-lab biologists to formulate their experiments and new-comers to learn whatever they need about the gene and bioinformaticians to make new(More)
We have developed a specific radioimmunoassay (RIA) for iso-rANP(1-45)/rBNP(51-95) using antiserum produced against a peptide comprise of the first 20 amino acid sequence of this cardiac hormone. Using this RIA, we found that atria contained the highest amount of iso-rANP(1-45) (567.37 pmol/g) which is about 140-fold higher than ventricles (4.32 pmol/g).(More)
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