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    1. Williams, JC; Stone, D; Smith-Arica, JR; Morris, ID; Lowenstein, PR; Castro, MG
      Regulated, adenovirus-mediated delivery of tyrosine hydroxylase suppressesgrowth of estrogen-induced pituitary prolactinomas

      MOLECULAR THERAPY
    2. Zermansky, AJ; Bolognani, F; Stone, D; Cowsill, CM; Morrissey, G; Castro, MG; Lowenstein, PR
      Towards global and long-term neurological gene therapy: Unexpected transgene dependent, high-level, and widespread distribution of HSV-1 thymidine kinase throughout the CNS

      MOLECULAR THERAPY
    3. Thomas, CE; Birkett, D; Anozie, I; Castro, MG; Lowenstein, PR
      Acute direct adenoviral vector cytotoxicity and chronic, but not acute, inflammatory responses correlate with decreased vector-mediated transgene expression in the brain

      MOLECULAR THERAPY
    4. Castro, MG; McNamara, U; Carbonetti, NH
      Expression, activity and cytotoxicity of pertussis toxin S1 subunit in transfected mammalian cells

      CELLULAR MICROBIOLOGY
    5. Umana, P; Gerdes, CA; Stone, D; Davis, JRE; Ward, D; Castro, MG; Lowenstein, PR
      Efficient FLPe recombinase enables scalable production of helper-dependentadenoviral vectors with negligible helper-virus contamination

      NATURE BIOTECHNOLOGY
    6. Castro, MG; Southgate, T; Lowenstein, PR
      Molecular therapy in a model neuroendocrine disease: developing clinical gene therapy for pituitary tumours

      TRENDS IN ENDOCRINOLOGY AND METABOLISM
    7. Thomas, CE; Schiedner, G; Kochanek, S; Castro, MG; Lowenstein, PR
      Preexisting antiadenoviral immunity is not a barrier to efficient and stable transduction of the brain, mediated by novel high-capacity adenovirus vectors

      HUMAN GENE THERAPY
    8. Glaser, T; Castro, MG; Lowenstein, PR; Weller, M
      Death receptor-independent cytochrome c release and caspase activation mediate thymidine kinase plus ganciclovir-mediated cytotoxicity in LN-18 and LN-229 human malignant glioma cells

      GENE THERAPY
    9. Stirland, JA; Johnston, JD; Cagampang, FRA; Morgan, PJ; Castro, MG; White, MRH; Davis, JRE; Loudon, ASI
      Photoperiodic regulation of prolactin gene expression in the syrian hamster by a pars tuberalis-derived factor

      JOURNAL OF NEUROENDOCRINOLOGY
    10. Maleniak, TC; Darling, JL; Lowenstein, PR; Castro, MG
      Adenovirus-mediated expression of HSV1-TK or Fas ligand induces cell deathin primary human glioma-derived cell cultures that are resistant to the chemotherapeutic agent CCNU

      CANCER GENE THERAPY
    11. Castro, MG; David, A; Hurtado-Lorenzo, A; Suwelack, D; Millan, E; Verakis, T; Xiong, WD; Yuan, XP; Lowenstein, PR
      Gene therapy for Parkinson's disease: Recent achievements and remaining challenges

      HISTOLOGY AND HISTOPATHOLOGY
    12. Castro, MG
      Engendering powers in neoliberal times in Latin America - Reflections fromthe left on feminisms and feminisms

      LATIN AMERICAN PERSPECTIVES
    13. Lowenstein, PR; Castro, MG
      Genetic engineering within the adult brain: Implications for molecular approaches to behavioral neuroscience

      PHYSIOLOGY & BEHAVIOR
    14. Smith-Arica, JR; Williams, JC; Stone, D; Smith, J; Lowenstein, PR; Castro, MG
      Switching on and off transgene expression within lactotrophic cells in theanterior pituitary gland in vivo

      ENDOCRINOLOGY
    15. Davis, JRE; McVerry, J; Lincoln, GA; Windeatt, S; Lowenstein, PR; Castro, MG; McNeilly, AS
      Cell type-specific adenoviral transgene expression in the intact ovine pituitary gland after stereotaxic delivery: An in vivo system for long-term multiple parameter evaluation of human pituitary gene therapy

      ENDOCRINOLOGY
    16. Southgate, TD; Stone, D; Williams, JC; Lowenstein, PR; Castro, MG
      Long-term transgene expression within the anterior pituitary gland in situ: Impact on circulating hormone levels, cellular and antibody-mediated immune responses

      ENDOCRINOLOGY
    17. Kingston, PA; Sinha, S; David, A; Castro, MG; Lowenstein, PR; Heagerty, AM
      Adenovirus-mediated gene transfer of a secreted transforming growth factor-beta type II receptor inhibits luminal loss and constrictive remodeling after coronary angioplasty and enhances adventitial collagen deposition

      CIRCULATION
    18. David, A; Stone, D; Cowen, RL; Castro, MG; Lowenstein, PR
      Transient transgenesis in the endocrine system: Viral vectors for gene delivery

      TRANSGENIC MODELS IN ENDOCRINOLOGY
    19. Castro, MG; Williams, JC; Southgate, TD; Smith-Arica, J; Stone, D; Hurtado-Lorenzo, A; Umana, P
      Cell type specific and inducible transgenesis in the anterior pituitary gland

      TRANSGENIC MODELS IN ENDOCRINOLOGY
    20. Smith-Arica, JR; Morelli, AE; Larregina, AT; Smith, J; Lowenstein, PR; Castro, MG
      Cell-type-specific and regulatable transgenesis in the adult brain: Adenovirus-encoded combined transcriptional targeting and inducible transgene expression

      MOLECULAR THERAPY
    21. Gerdes, CA; Castro, MG; Lowenstein, PR
      Strong promoters are the key to highly efficient, noninflammatory and noncytotoxic adenoviral-mediated transgene delivery into the brain in vivo (vol2, pg 330, 2000)

      MOLECULAR THERAPY
    22. Gerdes, CA; Castro, MG; Lowenstein, PR
      Strong promoters are the key to highly efficient, noninflammatory and noncytotoxic adenoviral-mediated transgene delivery into the brain in vivo

      MOLECULAR THERAPY
    23. Cowsill, C; Southgate, TD; Morrissey, G; Dewey, RA; Morelli, AE; Maleniak, TC; Forrest, Z; Klatzmann, D; Wilkinson, GWG; Lowenstein, PR; Castro, MG
      Central nervous system toxicity of two adenoviral vectors encoding variants of the herpes simplex virus type 1 thymidine kinase: reduced cytotoxicityof a truncated HSV1-TK

      GENE THERAPY
    24. Brown, O; Cowen, RL; Preston, CM; Castro, MG; Lowenstein, PR
      Subcellular post-transcriptional targeting: delivery of an intracellular protein to the extracellular leaflet of the plasma membrane using a glycosyl-phosphatidyl inositol (GPI) membrane anchor in neurons and polarised epithelial cells

      GENE THERAPY
    25. Carrington, LM; Southgate, T; Saxby, LA; Abul-Hassan, K; Maleniak, TC; Castro, MG; Boulton, ME
      Adenovirus-mediated gene transfer to human lens epithelial cells in organ culture

      JOURNAL OF CATARACT AND REFRACTIVE SURGERY
    26. Castro, MG; Cowen, R; Smith-Arica, J; Williams, J; Ali, S; Windeatt, S; Gonzalez-Nicolini, V; Maleniak, T; Lowenstein, PR
      Gene therapy strategies for intracranial tumours: glioma and pituitary adenomas

      HISTOLOGY AND HISTOPATHOLOGY
    27. Castro, BT; Castro, MJ; Marin, VRE; Young, GR; Jenoure, D; Castro, MG; Malpica, SA; De Lara, AR
      Quality of cysts and morphometry of the population of Artemia franciscana (Kellogg, 1906) from the small lagoon at Yallahs, Jamaica

      CIENCIAS MARINAS
    28. Turvey, SE; Gonzalez-Nicolini, V; Kingsley, CI; Larregina, AT; Morris, PJ; Castro, MG; Lowenstein, PR; Wood, KJ
      Fas ligand-transfected myoblasts and islet cell transplantation

      TRANSPLANTATION
    29. Thomas, CE; Schiedner, G; Kochanek, S; Castro, MG; Lowenstein, PR
      Peripheral infection with adenovirus causes unexpected long-term brain inflammation in animals injected intracranially with first-generation, but notwith high-capacity, adenovirus vectors: Toward realistic long-term neurological gene therapy for chronic diseases

      PROCEEDINGS OF THE NATIONAL ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
    30. Brown, OA; Sosa, YE; Castro, MG; Goya, RG
      Studies on the prolactin-releasing mechanism of histones H2A and H2B

      LIFE SCIENCES
    31. Guillot, C; Mathieu, P; Coathalem, H; Le Mauff, B; Castro, MG; Tesson, L; Usal, C; Laumonier, T; Brouard, S; Soulillou, JP; Lowenstein, PR; Cuturi, MC; Anegon, I
      Tolerance to cardiac allografts via local and systemic mechanisms after adenovirus-mediated CTLA4Ig expression

      JOURNAL OF IMMUNOLOGY
    32. Stone, D; David, A; Bolognani, F; Lowenstein, PR; Castro, MG
      Viral vectors for gene delivery and gene therapy within the endocrine system

      JOURNAL OF ENDOCRINOLOGY
    33. Windeatt, S; Southgate, TD; Dewey, RA; Bolognani, F; Perone, MJ; Larregina, AT; Maleniak, TC; Morris, ID; Goya, RG; Klatzmann, D; Lowenstein, PR; Castro, MG
      Adenovirus-mediated herpes simplex virus type-1 thymidine kinase gene therapy suppresses oestrogen-induced pituitary prolactinomas

      JOURNAL OF CLINICAL ENDOCRINOLOGY AND METABOLISM
    34. Ahmed, I; Glynn, BP; Perkins, AV; Castro, MG; Rowe, J; Morrison, E; Linton, EA
      Processing of procorticotropin-releasing hormone (pro-CRH): Molecular forms of CRH in normal and preeclamptic pregnancy

      JOURNAL OF CLINICAL ENDOCRINOLOGY AND METABOLISM
    35. Southgate, TD; Windeatt, S; Smith-Arica, J; Gerdes, CA; Perone, MJ; Morris, I; Davis, JRE; Klatzmann, D; Lowenstein, PR; Castro, MG
      Transcriptional targeting to anterior pituitary lactotrophic cells using recombinant adenovirus vectors in vitro and in vivo in normal and estrogen/sulpiride-induced hyperplasic anterior pituitaries

      ENDOCRINOLOGY
    36. Lourenco-De-Oliveira, R; Harbach, RE; Castro, MG; Motta, MA; Peyton, EL
      Wyeomyia (Prosopolepis) confusa (Lutz): Subgeneric validation, species description, and recognition of Wyeomyia flui (Bonne-Wepster and Bonne) as thesenior synonym of Wyeomyia kerri del Ponte and Cerqueira

      JOURNAL OF THE AMERICAN MOSQUITO CONTROL ASSOCIATION
    37. Castro, MG; Davis, JRE; Xiong, WD; Lowenstein, PR
      Recent developments in gene therapy: applications for the treatment of pituitary tumours

      BEST PRACTICE & RESEARCH CLINICAL ENDOCRINOLOGY & METABOLISM
    38. Davis, JRE; Lowenstein, PR; McNeilly, AS; Castro, MG
      Gene therapy for pituitary tumours

      ENDOCRINE-RELATED CANCER
    39. Dewey, RA; Morrissey, G; Cowsill, CM; Stone, D; Bolognani, F; Dodd, NJF; Southgate, TD; Klatzmann, D; Lassmann, H; Castro, MG; Lowenstein, PR
      Chronic brain inflammation and persistent herpes simplex virus 1 thymidinekinase expression in survivors of syngeneic glioma treated by adenovirus-mediated gene therapy: Implications for clinical trials

      NATURE MEDICINE
    40. Ambar, BB; Frei, K; Malipiero, U; Morelli, AE; Castro, MG; Lowenstein, PR; Fontana, A
      Treatment of experimental glioma by administration of adenoviral vectors expressing Fas ligand

      HUMAN GENE THERAPY
    41. Lowenstein, PR; Thomas, CE; Castro, MG
      Politically correct gene therapy? A "clean environment" improves gene delivery to the brain!

      GENE THERAPY
    42. Castro, MG
      Gene therapy strategies for the treatment of pituitary tumours

      JOURNAL OF MOLECULAR ENDOCRINOLOGY
    43. Carruth, LM; Greten, TF; Murray, CE; Castro, MG; Crone, SN; Pavlat, W; Schneck, JP; Siliciano, RF
      An algorithm for evaluating human cytotoxic T lymphocyte responses to candidate AIDS vaccines

      AIDS RESEARCH AND HUMAN RETROVIRUSES
    44. Southgate, TD; Bain, D; Fairbanks, LD; Morelli, AE; Larregina, AT; Simmonds, HA; Castro, MG; Lowenstein, PR
      Adenoviruses encoding HPRT correct biochemical abnormalities of HPRT-deficient cells and allow their survival in negative selection medium

      METABOLIC BRAIN DISEASE
    45. Castro, MG; Windeatt, S; Smith-Arica, J; Lowenstein, PR
      Cell-type specific expression in the pituitary: physiology and gene therapy

      BIOCHEMICAL SOCIETY TRANSACTIONS
    46. Lowenstein, PR; Cowen, R; Thomas, C; Castro, MG
      The basic science of brain-tumour gene therapy

      BIOCHEMICAL SOCIETY TRANSACTIONS
    47. Cartmell, T; Southgate, T; Rees, GS; Castro, MG; Lowenstein, PR; Luheshi, GN
      Interleukin-1 mediates a rapid inflammatory response after injection of adenoviral vectors into the brain

      JOURNAL OF NEUROSCIENCE
    48. Tomasec, P; Preston, CM; Linton, EA; Ahmed, I; Lowenstein, PR; Castro, MG
      Generation of a recombinant herpes simplex virus type 1 expressing the ratcorticotropin-releasing hormone precursor: Endoproteolytic processing, intracellular targeting and biological activity

      NEUROENDOCRINOLOGY
    49. Morelli, AE; Larregina, AT; Smith-Arica, J; Dewey, RA; Southgate, TD; Ambar, B; Fontana, A; Castro, MG; Lowenstein, PR
      Neuronal and glial cell type-specific promoters within adenovirus recombinants restrict the expression of the apoptosis-inducing molecule Fas ligand to predetermined brain cell types, and abolish peripheral liver toxicity

      JOURNAL OF GENERAL VIROLOGY
    50. Castro, MG; Windeatt, S; Perone, MJ
      Control of proteolysis in cell culture - Use of inhibitors and engineered cell lines

      ANIMAL CELL BIOTECHNOLOGY
    51. CARTMELL T; ROTHWELL NJ; SOUTHGATE T; LOWENSTEIN PR; CASTRO MG; LUHESHI GN
      ADENOVIRAL VECTOR DELIVERY INTO CEREBROSPINAL-FLUID, BUT NOT THE STRIATUM, INDUCES FEVER IN RATS, WHICH IS MEDIATED BY INTERLEUKIN (IL)-1

      European cytokine network
    52. Castro, MG
      The gendered (di)-vision of the rebellion: The public and the private in life histories of female and male union leaders, Salvador-Bahia-Brazil

      IDENTITIES-GLOBAL STUDIES IN CULTURE AND POWER
    53. LARREGINA AT; MORELLI AE; DEWEY RA; CASTRO MG; FONTANA A; LOWENSTEIN PR
      FAST INDUCES FAS APO1-MEDIATED APOPTOSIS IN HUMAN EMBRYONIC KIDNEY-293 CELLS ROUTINELY USED TO GENERATE E1-DELETED ADENOVIRAL VECTORS/

      Gene therapy
    54. TELLAM DJ; PERONE MJ; DUNN IC; RADOVICK S; BRENNAND J; RIVIER JE; CASTRO MG; LOVEJOY DA
      DIRECT REGULATION OF GNRH TRANSCRIPTION BY CRF-LIKE PEPTIDES IN AN IMMORTALIZED NEURONAL CELL-LINE

      NeuroReport
    55. PERONE MJ; MURRAY CA; BROWN OA; GIBSON S; WHITE A; LINTON EA; PERKINS AV; LOWENSTEIN PR; CASTRO MG
      PROCORTICOTROPHIN-RELEASING HORMONE - ENDOPROTEOLYTIC PROCESSING AND DIFFERENTIAL RELEASE OF ITS DERIVED PEPTIDES WITHIN ATT20 CELLS

      Molecular and cellular endocrinology
    56. GOYA RG; ROWE J; SOSA YE; TOMASEC P; LOWENSTEIN PR; CASTRO MG
      USE OF RECOMBINANT HERPES-SIMPLEX VIRUS TYPE-1 VECTORS FOR GENE-TRANSFER INTO TUMOR AND NORMAL ANTERIOR-PITUITARY-CELLS

      Molecular and cellular endocrinology
    57. PERONE MJ; WINDEATT S; MORRISON E; SHERING A; TOMASEC P; LINTON E; LOWENSTEIN PR; CASTRO MG
      INTRACELLULAR RETENTION OF THE CORTICOTROPIN-RELEASING HORMONE (CRH) PRECURSOR WITHIN COS-7 CELLS

      The Journal of histochemistry and cytochemistry
    58. CAHUSAC PMB; CASTRO MG; ROBERTSON L; LOWENSTEIN PR
      ELECTROPHYSIOLOGICAL EVIDENCE AGAINST A NEUROTRANSMITTER ROLE OF CORTICOTROPIN-RELEASING HORMONE (CRH) IN PRIMARY SOMATOSENSORY CORTEX

      Brain research
    59. BROWN OA; SANTER RM; SHERING AF; LARREGINA AT; MORELLI AE; SOUTHGATE TD; CASTRO MG; LOWENSTEIN PR
      GENE-TRANSFER INTO ENTERIC NEURONS OF THE RAT SMALL-INTESTINE IN ORGAN-CULTURE USING A REPLICATION-DEFECTIVE RECOMBINANT HERPES-SIMPLEX VIRUS TYPE-1 (HSV1) VECTOR, BUT NOT RECOMBINANT ADENOVIRUS VECTORS

      Gene therapy
    60. STEWART K; BROWN OA; MORELLI AE; FAIRBAIRN LJ; LASHFORD LS; COOPER A; HATTON CE; DEXTER TM; CASTRO MG; LOWENSTEIN PR
      UPTAKE OF ALPHA-(L)-IDURONIDASE PRODUCED BY RETROVIRALLY TRANSDUCED FIBROBLASTS INTO NEURONAL AND GLIAL-CELLS IN-VITRO

      Gene therapy
    61. PERONE MJ; WINDEATT S; CASTRO MG
      INTRACELLULAR TRAFFICKING OF PROHORMONES AND PRONEUROPEPTIDES - CELL-TYPE-SPECIFIC SORTING AND TARGETING

      Experimental physiology
    62. CASTRO MG; MORRISON E
      POSTTRANSLATIONAL PROCESSING OF PROOPIOMELANOCORTIN IN THE PITUITARY AND IN THE BRAIN

      Critical reviews in neurobiology
    63. PERONE MJ; CASTRO MG
      PROHORMONE AND PRONEUROPEPTIDE SYNTHESIS AND SECRETION

      Histology and histopathology
    64. SALAS MA; BROWN OA; PERONE MJ; CASTRO MG; GOYA RG
      EFFECT OF THE CORTICOTROPIN-RELEASING HORMONE PRECURSOR ON INTERLEUKIN-6 RELEASE BY HUMAN MONONUCLEAR-CELLS

      Clinical immunology and immunopathology
    65. SHERING AF; BAIN D; STEWART K; EPSTEIN AL; CASTRO MG; WILKINSON GWG; LOWENSTEIN PR
      CELL-TYPE-SPECIFIC EXPRESSION IN BRAIN-CELL CULTURES FROM A SHORT HUMAN CYTOMEGALOVIRUS MAJOR IMMEDIATE-EARLY PROMOTER DEPENDS ON WHETHER IT IS INSERTED INTO HERPESVIRUS OR ADENOVIRUS VECTOR

      Journal of General Virology
    66. CASTRO MG; GOYA RG; SOSA YE; ROWE J; LARREGINA A; MORELLI A; LOWENSTEIN PR
      EXPRESSION OF TRANSGENES IN NORMAL AND NEOPLASTIC ANTERIOR-PITUITARY-CELLS USING RECOMBINANT ADENOVIRUSES - LONG-TERM EXPRESSION, CELL-CYCLE DEPENDENCY, AND EFFECTS OIL HORMONE-SECRETION

      Endocrinology
    67. CASTRO MG; MORRISON E; PERONE MJ; BROWN OA; MURRAY CA; AHMED I; PERKINS AV; EUROPEFINNER G; LOWENSTEIN PR; LINTON EA
      CORTICOTROPIN-RELEASING HORMONE-RECEPTOR TYPE-1 - GENERATION AND CHARACTERIZATION OF POLYCLONAL ANTIPEPTIDE ANTIBODIES AND THEIR LOCALIZATION IN PITUITARY-CELLS AND CORTICAL-NEURONS IN-VITRO

      Journal of neuroendocrinology
    68. WALKER VE; ROWE JM; CASTRO MG; JACOB TJC
      GENE-TRANSFER INTO CULTURED BOVINE CILIARY EPITHELIAL-CELLS USING ADENOVIRUS VECTORS

      Biochemical Society transactions
    69. PERONE MJ; AHMED I; LINTON EA; CASTRO MG
      PROCORTICOTROPHIN RELEASING HORMONE IS ENDOPROTEOLYTICALLY PROCESSED BY THE PROHORMONE CONVERTASE PC2 BUT NOT BY PC1 WITHIN STABLY TRANSFECTED CHO-K1 CELLS

      Biochemical Society transactions
    70. MORRISON E; TOMASEC P; LINTON EA; LOWRY PJ; LOWENSTEIN PR; CASTRO MG
      EXPRESSION OF BIOLOGICALLY-ACTIVE PROCORTICOTROPHIN-RELEASING HORMONE(PROCRH) IN STABLY TRANSFECTED CHO-K1 CELLS - CHARACTERIZATION OF NUCLEAR PROCRH

      Journal of neuroendocrinology
    71. LOWENSTEIN PR; BAIN D; SHERING AF; WILKINSON GWG; CASTRO MG
      CELL-TYPE-SPECIFIC EXPRESSION FROM VIRAL PROMOTERS WITHIN REPLICATION-DEFICIENT ADENOVIRUS RECOMBINANTS IN PRIMARY NEOCORTICAL CULTURES

      Restorative neurology and neuroscience
    72. CASTRO MG; MORRISON E; TOMASEC P; LINTON EA; LOWENSTEIN PR
      COLOCALIZATION OF AUTOIMMUNE ANTIBODIES SPECIFIC FOR DOUBLE-STRANDED DNA WITH PROCORTICOTROPHIN-RELEASING HORMONE WITHIN THE NUCLEUS OF STABLY TRANSFECTED CHO-K1 CELLS

      Cell and tissue research
    73. LOWENSTEIN PR; SHERING AF; MORRISON E; TOMASEC P; BAIN D; JACOB TJC; WU JQ; PRESCOTT A; CASTRO MG
      SYNAPTOGENESIS AND DISTRIBUTION OF PRESYNAPTIC AXONAL VARICOSITIES INLOW-DENSITY PRIMARY CULTURES OF NEOCORTEX - AN IMMUNOCYTOCHEMICAL STUDY UTILIZING SYNAPTIC VESICLE-SPECIFIC ANTIBODIES, AND AN ELECTROPHYSIOLOGICAL EXAMINATION UTILIZING WHOLE-CELL RECORDING

      Journal of neurocytology
    74. LOWENSTEIN PR; FOURNEL S; BAIN D; TOMASEC P; CLISSOLD PM; CASTRO MG; EPSTEIN AL
      SIMULTANEOUS DETECTION OF AMPLICON AND HSV-1 HELPER ENCODED PROTEINS REVEALS THAT NEURONS AND ASTROCYTOMA-CELLS DO EXPRESS AMPLICON-BORNE TRANSGENES IN THE ABSENCE OF SYNTHESIS OF VIRUS IMMEDIATE-EARLY PROTEINS

      Molecular brain research
    75. CASTRO MG; ROWE JM; MURRAY CA; TOMASEC P; SHERING AF; LINTON EA; AHMED I; LOWENSTEIN PR
      GENERATION AND CHARACTERIZATION OF AN ANTISERUM REACTIVE WITH A PROTEOLYTIC PROCESSING SITE WITHIN RAT PROCORTICOTROPHIN-RELEASING HORMONE

      Neuropeptides
    76. CASTRO MG; MORRISON E
      NUCLEAR TRANSLOCATION OF NEUROPEPTIDES - POSSIBLE NUCLEAR ROLES

      Journal of Endocrinology
    77. LOWENSTEIN PR; FOURNEL S; BAIN D; TOMASEC P; CLISSOLD P; CASTRO MG; EPSTEIN AL
      HERPES-SIMPLEX VIRUS-1 (HSV-1) HELPER COINFECTION AFFECTS THE DISTRIBUTION OF AN AMPLICON ENCODED PROTEIN IN GLIA

      NeuroReport
    78. LOWENSTEIN PR; MORRISON EE; BAIN D; SHERING AF; BANTING G; DOUGLAS P; CASTRO MG
      POLARIZED DISTRIBUTION OF THE TRANS-GOLGI NETWORK MARKER TGN38 DURINGTHE IN-VITRO DEVELOPMENT OF NEOCORTICAL NEURONS - EFFECTS OF NOCODAZOLE AND BREFELDIN-A

      European journal of neuroscience
    79. LOWENSTEIN PR; MORRISON EE; BAIN D; HODGE P; PRESTON CM; CLISSOLD P; STOW ND; MCKEE TA; CASTRO MG
      USE OF RECOMBINANT VECTORS DERIVED FROM HERPES-SIMPLEX VIRUS-1 MUTANTTSK FOR SHORT-TERM EXPRESSION OF TRANSGENES ENCODING CYTOPLASMIC AND MEMBRANE-ANCHORED PROTEINS IN POSTMITOTIC POLARIZED CORTICAL-NEURONS AND GLIAL-CELLS IN-VITRO

      Neuroscience
    80. GOYA RG; CASTRO MG; LINTON EA; WOODS RJ; SOSA YE; LOWRY PJ
      HISTONES AND RELATED PREPARATIONS INTERFERE WITH IMMUNOASSAYS FOR PEPTIDE-HORMONES

      Peptides
    81. EKMAN R; SERVENIUS B; CASTRO MG; LOWRY PJ; CEDERLUND AS; BERGMAN O; SJOGREN HO
      BIOSYNTHESIS OF CORTICOTROPIN-RELEASING HORMONE IN HUMAN T-LYMPHOCYTES

      Journal of neuroimmunology
    82. CASTRO MG; DAROSA APAT; LOURENCODEOLIVEIRA R; NOGUEIRA RMR; SCHATZMAYR HG; DEANE LM
      PIRY VIRUS-ANTIBODIES IN INHABITANTS OF RIO-DE-JANEIRO

      Memorias do Instituto Oswaldo Cruz
    83. GOYA RG; CASTRO MG; HANNAH MJ; SOSA YE; LOWRY PJ
      THYMOSIN PEPTIDES STIMULATE CORTICOTROPIN RELEASE BY A CALCIUM-DEPENDENT MECHANISM

      Neuroendocrinology
    84. GOYA RG; CASTRO MG; HANNAH MJ; SOSA YE; LOWRY PJ
      CORTICOTROPIN-RELEASING (CRH) ACTIVITY OF THYMIC PEPTIDES ON CRH-INSENSITIVE CORTICOTROPIC TUMOR-CELLS

      Medicina


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