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0000 0001 1763 0859
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George Karpati
George Karpati (Canadees neurowetenschapper (1934-2009))
George Karpati (Canadian neurologist)
György Kárpáti
Karpati, G.
Karpati, George
Kárpáti György (neurológus)
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born 1934-05-17 deceased 2009-02-06
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Aguayo, Albert J.
Carpenter, Stirling
Griggs, Robert C. (1939-....))
Griggs, Robert C. (1939-)
Hilton-Jones, David
International Society of Neuropathology
Molnar, Maria
Muscular Dystrophy Association International Conference on Myoblast Transfer Therapy (1989 : New York, N.Y.)
Walton, John
Walton, John (1922-...)
Walton, John Nicholas
World Federation of Neurology. Research Group on Neuromuscular Diseases
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Adenovirus-mediated wild-type p53 gene transfer and overexpression induces apoptosis of human glioma cells independent of endogenous p53 status.
Age-related conversion of dystrophin-negative to -positive fiber segments of skeletal but not cardiac muscle fibers in heterozygote mdx mice.
Current topics in nerve and muscle research : selected papers of the symposia held at the IVth international congress on neuromuscular diseases, Montreal, Canada, September 17-21, 1978
Disorders of voluntary muscle
Expression of immunoreactive major histocompatibility complex products in human skeletal muscles.
Factors associated with induced chronic inflammation in mdx skeletal muscle cause posttranslational stabilization and augmentation of extrasynaptic sarcolemmal utrophin.
Gentamicin fails to increase dystrophin expression in dystrophin-deficient muscle.
Highlights of molecular myology.
hypothesis for the pathogenesis of amyotrophic lateral sclerosis., A
immunosuppressant FK506 prolongs transgene expression in brain following adenovirus-mediated gene transfer., The
molecular era of myology, The
Muscle-Specific Overexpression of the Adenovirus Primary Receptor CAR Overcomes Low Efficiency of Gene Transfer to Mature Skeletal Muscle
Myoblast transfer in Duchenne muscular dystrophy.
Myoblast transfer therapy
Optimization of regional intraarterial naked DNA-mediated transgene delivery to skeletal muscles in a large animal model.
Pathology of skeletal muscle
principles of gene therapy for the nervous system., The
Prolonged dystrophin expression and functional correction of mdx mouse muscle following gene transfer with a helper-dependent (gutted) adenovirus-encoding murine dystrophin
Recent developments in the biology of dystrophin and related molecules.
Short MCK1350 Promoter/Enhancer Allows for Sufficient Dystrophin Expression in Skeletal Muscles of mdx Mice, The
Sporadic inclusion body myositis: Pathogenic considerations
Sustained improvement of muscle function one year after full-length dystrophin gene transfer into mdx mice by a gutted helper-dependent adenoviral vector.
Targeting Artificial Transcription Factors to the Utrophin A Promoter: EFFECTS ON DYSTROPHIC PATHOLOGY AND MUSCLE FUNCTION.
Therapeutic gene transfer to dystrophic diaphragm by an adenoviral vector deleted of all viral genes.
Ultrasound increases plasmid-mediated gene transfer to dystrophic muscles without collateral damage.
When running a stop sign may be a good thing.
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ACTA MYOLOGICA
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