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Quantitation of inflammatory und proliferative genes as disease markers in laser‐microdissected, formalin‐fixed and paraffinized glomeruli from human renal biopsies

01-Dec-2002 | Fries, Jochen Walter Ulrich; Pakula, Alexandra; Roth, Tanja; Dienes, Hans‐Peter; Odenthal, Margarete, Gene Function & Disease, 2002

Abstract Organ biopsies from kidney, liver, intestine or heart are presently only evaluated for pathologic lesions using formalin‐fixation and paraffin‐embedding. Changes in pattern and levels of gene expression underlying and preceding these lesions have been disregarded, since a quantitative ...


Analysis of Smoothened as a candidate gene for human holoprosencephaly

01-Dec-2002 | Ming, Jeffrey E.; Jeng, Bennie; deSauvage, Frederic J.; Muenke, Maximilian, Gene Function & Disease, 2002

Abstract Holoprosencephaly (HPE) is the most common structural congenital forebrain malformation in humans and is associated with mental retardation and craniofacial abnormalities. In HPE, the cerebral hemispheres fail to separate into distinct right and left halves. The condition is ...


Gene Expression Omnibus: NCBI gene expression and hybridization array data repository

01-Jan-2002 | Ron Edgar; Michael Domrachev; Alex E. Lash, Nucleic Acids Research, 2002

R-loopDB ( was originally constructed as a collection of computationally predicted R-loop forming sequences (RLFSs) in the human genic regions. The renewed R-loopDB provides updates, improvements and new options, including access to recent experimental data. It ...


Quantification of Bcr-Abl Transcripts in Chronic Myelogenous Leukemia (CML) Using Standardized, Internally Controlled, Competitive Differential PCR (CD-PCR)

01-Oct-1996 | Stefan Nagel; Manuel Schmidt; Christian Thiede; Dieter Huhn; Andreas Neubauer, Nucleic Acids Research, 1996

SZGR 2.0 is a comprehensive resource of candidate variants and genes for schizophrenia, covering genetic, epigenetic, transcriptomic, translational and many other types of evidence. By systematic review and curation of multiple lines of evidence, we included almost all variants and genes that ...


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