Study Detail

TitleAnalysis of juvenility-associated genes (JAGs) in mouse hepatocytes and cardiomyocytes.
Study TypeOther
Abstract Young individuals possess distinct properties that adults do not. The juvenile animals show higher activities for growth, healing, learning and plasticity than adults. The machinery for establishing these juvenile properties is not fully understood. To better understand the molecular constituents fo .. [more]
Description Young individuals possess distinct properties that adults do not. The juvenile animals show higher activities for growth, healing, learning and plasticity than adults. The machinery for establishing these juvenile properties is not fully understood. To better understand the molecular constituents fo .. [more]
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