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Russell Jacobs, Professor of Research Physiology and Biophysics at the Zilkha Neurogenetic
Institute commented: "In collaboration with MR Solutions we are seeking to optimize imaging tools and apply them in preclinical model systems in such a manner that they are directly useable in the clinic.
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Department of Mendel Institute (Rome) acknowledges financial support by ERc (European Research council), the italian Ministry of Health and the US national institutes of Health to work on Joubert Syndrome (chapter 7); authors acknowledge financial support by Muscolar Dystrophy campaign, italian Telethon, italian network on CMD, Great ormond Street children's charity e National Commissioning Group to work on the spectrum of congenital muscular dystrophies (chapter 10).
The main successors to this work can be found among geneticists who study the neurogenetic
pathways that are thought to be responsible for the human capacity for natural language.
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MAOA and the neurogenetic
architecture of human aggression.
"It is my hope that as awareness spreads, more funding will be made available to TSC research, which may help figure out the neurogenetic
component to autism."
Robison has a background at the University of Utah, where he joined as faculty and co-directed a molecular genetics lab, while Wang is an assistant professor of psychiatry and preventive medicine at the Zilkha Neurogenetic
Institute at the University of Southern California.
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By controlling brain neuroinflammation and BDNF signalling [186, 187], [A.sub.2A] receptors might also have a potential for synaptic plasticity and neurogenetic
processes after ischemia.