Absence of BRINP1 in mice causes increase of hippocampal neurogenesis and behavioral alterations relevant to human psychiatric disorders

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We have previously identified BRINP (BMP/RA-inducible neural-specific protein-1, 2, 3) family genes that possess the ability to suppress cell cycle progression in neural stem cells. Of the three family members, BRINP1 is the most highly expressed in various brain regions, including the hippocampus, in adult mice and its expression in dentate gyrus (DG) is… (More)
DOI: 10.1186/1756-6606-7-12

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@inproceedings{Kobayashi2013AbsenceOB, title={Absence of BRINP1 in mice causes increase of hippocampal neurogenesis and behavioral alterations relevant to human psychiatric disorders}, author={Miwako Kobayashi and Toshiyuki Nakatani and Toshiaki Koda and Ken-ichi Matsumoto and Ryosuke Ozaki and Natsuki Mochida and Keizo Takao and Tsuyoshi Miyakawa and Ichiro Matsuoka}, booktitle={Molecular Brain}, year={2013} }