BMC Biology - Volume 9, issue Preprint

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Abstract

Background

Erythropoietin (EPO) and its receptor (EPOR) are expressed in the developing brain and their transcription is upregulated in adult neurons and glia upon injury or neurodegeneration. We have shown neuroprotective effects and improved cognition in patients with neuropsychiatric diseases t

Journal: BMC Biology, vol. 9, no. Preprint, 2011

Abstract

Cells are highly complex and orderly machines, with defined shapes and a startling variety of internal organizations. Complex geometry is a feature of both free-living unicellular organisms and cells inside multicellular animals. Where does the geometry of a cell come from? Many of the same quest

Journal: BMC Biology, vol. 9, no. Preprint, 2011

Abstract

Yes and no. The Golgi apparatus (or Golgi to its friends) is named after Camillo Golgi, who first reported in 1888 a reticular structure in the cytoplasm of many cell types that he found by silver chromate staining. The text book story, which most people probably do know, emerged with the advent

Journal: BMC Biology, vol. 9, no. Preprint, 2011