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- Happy New Year! (page 2)
- Winner of Annual ATS Poster Award (page 2)
- Anti-ChAT and many other new antibodies (page 7)
IB4-SAP Prevents Axotomy-Induced Sprouting of Aß Fibers – read article (continued on page 6)
Contributed by ATS’s 2004 Society for Neuroscience Poster of the Year Award Winner: Michelle Pearson, Purdue Pharma, Discovery Research, 6 Cedar Brook Drive, Cranbury NJ 08540.
Product information related to cover article: IB4-SAP (Cat. #IT-10)
ATS Seeks Strategic Partner for Chronic Pain Drug (article)
Happy New Year from ATS!
Michelle Pearson wins 2004 SfN Poster Award
Recent Scientific References – read article
- In the most recent issue (Oct-Nov-Dec 2004), you addressed the question of one molecule of saporin killing a cell. Your response overlooked the data on ricin, abrin and modeccin.
- Also, if the data on ricin-induced apoptosis is correct (numerous authors), and I believe it is, then at low doses, the cells die from triggering apoptosis which seem possible with a single molecule of RIP free in the cytoplasm.
- Experimental Biology, San Diego CA: April 2-6, Booth 716
- American Assoc for Cancer Research, Anaheim CA: April 17-20, Booth 371
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IB4-SAP Prevents Axotomy-Induced Sprouting of Aß Fibers – read article (continued from page 1)
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