CSPG


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CSPG

Abbreviation for:
Central Support Protection Grant (Medspeak-UK)
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CSPG Seminar: Bill C-14--A Case Study of the Relationship Between the two Houses of Parliament and the Supreme Court
CSPGs contain glycosaminoglycan (GAG) side chains that play a key role in inhibiting nerve regeneration.
Full-length recombinant Plasmodium falciparum VAR2CSA binds specifically to CSPG and induces potent parasite adhesion-blocking antibodies.
In this project we have promoted axonal regeneration and functional recovery by overcoming CSPG inhibition with small peptides to block CSPG inhibitors following systemic peptide treatments.
The synthesis and expression of CSPG is up-regulated by Schwann cells following peripheral nerve denervation (184).
Ademas, el raton mutante nulo para TGF[beta]-3, que tiene paladar fisurado, carece de CSPG y tienen menos prominencias y filopodios, pero si se agrega TGF[beta]-3 a estos procesos palatinos de raton mutante en cultivo, estos aparecen junto con la adhesion.
Hence, CSPG and CSEG have historically drawn the majority of their members from the strong Calgary-based petroleum-related geoscience community.
Although the overall balance of axon regeneration-promoting and -inhibiting favors axon regeneration, if CSPG is eliminated axon regeneration is faster and more extensive (91, 121, 141, 148).
KB: Thinking back to what we were talking about at the CSPG conference, the Reform Act hadn't passed yet and we were all wondering what sort of impact it would have.
in Calgary, is a past-president of CSPG, serves on GAC Council and is one of those who were instrumental in transforming the CGC into CFES/FCST.
This is a revised version of his remarks at the 1998 CSPG Spring Conference.