Contents Vol. 73 (2005)

  title={Contents Vol. 73 (2005)},
  author={Weiwei Wang and Y.-H. Ji and Joerg Christian Tonn and Roland Goldbrunner and Chong Jai Kim and Tatsuya Matsuo and Rita Falconi and Y.-L. Suh and Young Kee Shin and Seong Hoe Park and Je Geun Chi and Carol J. Thiele and Martin R. Graf and Jeremy T. Sauer and Randall Edward Merchant and Joachim M. Baehring and Ilan Shelef and Shmuel Ariad and Robert W. Neilson},
  journal={Journal of Neuro-Oncology},
Laboratory Investigations Scorpion venom induces glioma cell apoptosis in vitro and inhibits glioma tumor growth in vivo W.-X. Wang and Y.-H. Ji 1–7 The brain slice chamber, a novel variation of the Boyden Chamber Assay, allows time-dependent quantification of glioma invasion into mammalian brain in vitro C. Schichor, S. Kerkau, T. Visted, R. Martini, R. Bjerkvig, J.C. Tonn and R. Goldbrunner 9–18 HUlip, a human homologue of unc-33-like phosphoprotein of Caenorhabditis elegans… CONTINUE READING