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S09023: Gage

A New Diagnostic Assay: Measuring Retrotransposition in Man
L1 retrotransposition in human neural progenitor cells

S09001: Gage

Computational Model of Neurogenesis
Role of Neurogenesis in Pattern Separation Neural Networks

S08017: Gage

Pluripotent Stem Cells from Neuronal Cells
Transcriptional analysis of virus-free human induced pluripotent cells

S08014: Gage

Human Cell Assay for Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS)
Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS) is a progressive neurodegenerative adult disease characterized by fatal paralysis in both the brain and spinal cord motor neurons due to motor neuron death.

S04010: Gage

A Molecular Switch Regulating Neurogenesis
A "master switch" that determines whether the genetic program that mediates neural differentiation is repressed or activated

S98035: Gage

Regulation of Tyrosine Hydroxylase Expression
Nurr1 polypeptide upregulates tyrosine hydroxylase activity and promotes expression of DOPA, norepinenephrine and epinephrine.

S98032: Gage

Hormone Receptor Functional Dimers and Methods of Use

S98015: Gage

Transcription Factor Regulating FGF-2 and Variants Thereof
Genes which encode polypeptides that are FGF-2 regulators of transcription

S97001: Gage

Modified Lepidopteran Receptors and Hybrid Multifunctional Proteins for Use in Transcription and Regulation of Transgene Expression
This invention relates to nuclear receptor proteins isolated from the silk moth bombyx mori (bR) which are useful for the regulation of transgene expression.

S96013: Gage

Modular Assembly Retroviral Vectors and Uses Therefor
Gene transfer vectors with the capacity for prolonged or modulated transgene expression

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