Regional distribution of messenger RNAs in postmortem human brain.

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The ability to isolate intact RNAs from postmortem human brain permits analysis of gene expression and may help uncover the nature of the molecular lesions in neurological diseases. Starting with poly(A) RNA from postmortem brain of neurologically normal patients, we have constructed two complementary DNA libraries in the plasmid vector pBR322. Each of… (More)

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