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  • In 2005 a second gene mutation in Notch 2 was found to be responsible for Alagille Syndrome for a select subset of patients.

    Alagille Syndrome Clinical Care Program

  • Farther to the north it widened a little with the curve of the shore, and through a swaying curtain of rain I could follow it to a point we called the Notch, near the entrance of the Cat's Mouth; of late years they have dredged the channel and moored a bell-buoy off this headland.

    McClure's Magazine, Vol 31, No 2, June 1908

  • They showed in mice that a molecule called Notch, which is well known for the influence it wields on stem cells that form the blood and the nervous system, is a key factor in the development of mesenchymal stem cells, which make up a tiny fraction of the cells in the bone marrow and other tissues.

    Analysis

  • They showed in mice that a molecule called Notch, which is well known for the influence it wields on stem cells that form the blood and the nervous system, is a key factor in the development of mesenchymal stem cells, which make up a tiny fraction of the cells in the bone marrow and other tissues.

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  • Hilton's team showed in mice that a molecule called Notch, which is well known for the influence it wields on stem cells that form the blood and the nervous system, is a key factor in the development of mesenchymal stem cells, which make up a tiny fraction of the cells in the bone marrow and other tissues.

    PhysOrg.com - latest science and technology news stories

  • Hilton's team showed in mice that a molecule called Notch, which is well known for the influence it wields on stem cells, which make up a tiny fraction of the cells in the stem cells from maturing.

    THE MEDICAL NEWS

  • They showed in mice that a molecule called Notch, which is well known for the influence it wields on stem cells that form the blood and the nervous system, is a key factor in the development of mesenchymal stem cells, which make up a tiny fraction of the cells in the bone marrow and other tissues.

    Analysis

  • Hilton's team showed in mice that a molecule called Notch, which is well known for the influence it wields on stem cells, which make up a tiny fraction of the cells in the stem cells from maturing.

    THE MEDICAL NEWS

  • The romantic pass of the Notch is a great artery through which the life-blood of internal commerce is continually throbbing between Maine on the one side and the Green Mountains and the shores of the St. Lawrence on the other.

    Short Story Writing A Practical Treatise on the Art of The Short Story

  • The romantic pass of the Notch is a great artery, through which the lifeblood of internal commerce is continually throbbing between Maine, on one side, and the Green Mountains and the shores of the St. Lawrence, on the other.

    The Ambitious Guest

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