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Profile Publications(9)

Publications By Christine Gervasi

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A crucial role for hnRNP K in axon development in Xenopus laevis., Liu Y, Gervasi C, Szaro BG., Development. September 1, 2008; 135 (18): 3125-35.                

Dynamic regulation of middle neurofilament RNA pools during optic nerve regeneration., Ananthakrishnan L, Gervasi C, Szaro BG., Neuroscience. April 22, 2008; 153 (1): 144-53.

Neurofilament content is correlated with branch length in developing collateral branches of Xenopus spinal cord neurons., Smith A, Gervasi C, Szaro BG., Neurosci Lett. August 7, 2006; 403 (3): 283-7.

Performing functional studies of Xenopus laevis intermediate filament proteins through injection of macromolecules into early embryos., Gervasi C, Szaro BG., Methods Cell Biol. January 1, 2004; 78 673-701.

Increased expression of multiple neurofilament mRNAs during regeneration of vertebrate central nervous system axons., Gervasi C, Thyagarajan A, Szaro BG., J Comp Neurol. June 23, 2003; 461 (2): 262-75.            

Structure, biological activity of the upstream regulatory sequence, and conserved domains of a middle molecular mass neurofilament gene of Xenopus laevis., Roosa JR, Gervasi C, Szaro BG., Brain Res Mol Brain Res. October 20, 2000; 82 (1-2): 35-51.            

Xenopus laevis peripherin (XIF3) is expressed in radial glia and proliferating neural epithelial cells as well as in neurons., Gervasi C, Stewart CB, Szaro BG., J Comp Neurol. July 31, 2000; 423 (3): 512-31.                      

Sequence and expression patterns of two forms of the middle molecular weight neurofilament protein (NF-M) of Xenopus laevis., Gervasi C, Szaro BG., Brain Res Mol Brain Res. September 1, 1997; 48 (2): 229-42.

The Xenopus laevis homologue to the neuronal cyclin-dependent kinase (cdk5) is expressed in embryos by gastrulation., Gervasi C, Szaro BG., Brain Res Mol Brain Res. November 1, 1995; 33 (2): 192-200.          

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