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The Wnt gene family encodes a group of proteins probably involved in cell-cell communication during several stages of vertebrate development. More than 10 members of this family have been identified and shown to be expressed mainly in developing neural tissue. Using a reverse transcription-polymerase chain reaction (RT-PCR)-based approach with degenerate(More)
Lung transplantation is an acceptable treatment option for various end-stage pulmonary diseases, but long-term survival currently lags behind that after transplantation of other solid organs. We hypothesized that gene transfer to grafts before transplantation may be a useful method to deliver antioxidant and/or anti-inflammatory genes to modulate these(More)
A ‘sense of self’ is essentially the ability to distinguish between self-generated and external stimuli. It consists of at least two very basic senses: a sense of agency and a sense of ownership. Disturbances seem to provide a basic deficit in many psychiatric diseases. The aim of our study was to manipulate those qualities separately in 28 patients with(More)
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