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Shinji Kunishima et al.
American journal of human genetics, 92(3), 431-438 (2013-02-26)
Congenital macrothrombocytopenia (CMTP) is a heterogeneous group of rare platelet disorders characterized by a congenital reduction of platelet counts and abnormally large platelets, for which CMTP-causing mutations are only found in approximately half the cases. We herein performed whole-exome sequencing and
Shashank Pandey et al.
Molecular & cellular proteomics : MCP, 12(2), 277-282 (2012-11-10)
Sophisticated approaches have recently led to the identification of novel autoantigens associated with Multiple Sclerosis (MuS), e.g. neurofascin, contactin, CNPase, and other T-cell receptor membrane anchored proteins. These putative antigens, although differing from the conventional myelin derivatives, are conceptually based
Katarzyna I Jankowska et al.
Frontiers in immunology, 9, 25-25 (2018-02-07)
Full T cell activation requires coordination of signals from multiple receptor-ligand pairs that interact in parallel at a specialized cell-cell contact site termed the immunological synapse (IS). Signaling at the IS is intimately associated with actin dynamics; T cell receptor
R Sartaj et al.
Scientific reports, 7(1), 3793-3793 (2017-06-21)
In order to identify reliable markers of corneal epithelial stem cells, we employed an inducible transgenic "pulse-chase" murine model (K5Tta × TRE-H2BGFP) to localize, purify, and characterize slow cycling cells in the cornea. The retention of GFP labeling in slowly dividing cells
Charlotte Stadler et al.
Nature methods, 10(4), 315-323 (2013-02-26)
Imaging techniques such as immunofluorescence (IF) and the expression of fluorescent protein (FP) fusions are widely used to investigate the subcellular distribution of proteins. Here we report a systematic analysis of >500 human proteins comparing the localizations obtained in live
Hanna-Mari Koskimaa et al.
Cancer epidemiology, biomarkers & prevention : a publication of the American Association for Cancer Research, cosponsored by the American Society of Preventive Oncology, 19(8), 2003-2012 (2010-07-22)
Human papillomavirus can induce a stepwise progression of precursor lesions to carcinoma. Sensitive and specific molecular markers are needed to identify the cervical lesions (CIN) at risk for this progression. hTERT activation could be one indicator of a point of
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