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Differential modulation of nerve growth factor receptor (p75) and cholinergic gene expression in purified p75-expressing and non-expressing basal forebrain neurons by BMP9.Academic Article Why?
A DR6/p75(NTR) complex is responsible for ß-amyloid-induced cortical neuron death.Academic Article Why?
A role for p75 neurotrophin receptor in the control of apoptosis-driven hair follicle regression.Academic Article Why?
A role for p75 neurotrophin receptor in the control of hair follicle morphogenesis.Academic Article Why?
Disruption of Nox2 and TNFRp55/p75 eliminates cardioprotection induced by anisomycin.Academic Article Why?
Lens epithelium-derived growth factor (LEDGF/p75) expression in fetal and adult human brain.Academic Article Why?
p75 nerve growth factor receptor staining helps identify desmoplastic and neurotropic melanoma.Academic Article Why?
p75 Neurotrophin receptor antagonist retards apoptosis-driven hair follicle involution (catagen).Academic Article Why?
P75 neurotrophin receptor expression in squamous cell carcinoma.Academic Article Why?
p75NTR antagonistic cyclic peptide decreases the size of beta amyloid-induced brain inflammation.Academic Article Why?
Purification and culture of nerve growth factor receptor (p75)-expressing basal forebrain cholinergic neurons.Academic Article Why?
The p75NTR intracellular domain generated by neurotrophin-induced receptor cleavage potentiates Trk signaling.Academic Article Why?
Tumor necrosis factor-alpha receptor p75 is required in ischemia-induced neovascularization.Academic Article Why?
Identification of the MAP2- and P75-binding domain in the regulatory subunit (RII beta) of type II cAMP-dependent protein kinase. Cloning and expression of the cDNA for bovine brain RII beta.Academic Article Why?
A cyclic peptide that binds p75(NTR) protects neurones from beta amyloid (1-40)-induced cell death.Academic Article Why?
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