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Cortical overexpression of neuronal calcium sensor-1 induces functional plasticity in spinal cord following unilateral pyramidal tract injury in rat.
Following trauma of the adult brain or spinal cord the injured axons of central neurons fail to regenerate or if intact display only limited anatomical plasticity through sprouting. Adult cortical neurons forming the ...
To fuse or not to fuse: how do checkpoint and DNA repair proteins maintain telomeres?
DNA damage checkpoint and DNA repair mechanisms play critical roles in the stable maintenance of genetic information. Various forms of DNA damage that arise inside cells due to common errors in normal cellular processes, ...
Whole-mount assays for gene induction and barrier formation in the developing epidermis.
The skin as a surface organ is uniquely accessible for whole embryo/foetal analyses of developmental changes, such as gene induction, protein expression, formation of epidermal-derived appendages such as hair follicles and ...