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Tryptophan hydroxylase-2 (TPH2) is a newly identified second form of TPH responsible for serotonin synthesis in the brain and has been increasingly implicated as a contributor to the etiology of various psychiatric disorders. In this study, we have identified the constellation of polymorphisms in rhesus monkey TPH2 and investigated genotype/phenotype(More)
BACKGROUND Platelet transfusion is an essential part of the treatment of a variety of conditions such as thrombocytopenia and qualitative platelet disorders. As indicated in previous reports, during in vitro storage, platelets undergo morphological and physiological changes collectively known as the platelet storage lesion. Apoptosis is a programmed process(More)
Platelets play crucial roles in hemostasis, thrombosis, wound healing, inflammation, angiogenesis, and tumor metastases. Because they are anucleated blood cells, platelets lack nuclear DNA, but they do contain mitochondrial DNA, which plays a key role in regulating apoptosis. Recent evidence has suggested that miRNAs are also involved in regulating gene(More)
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