Whole number and spacial distribution of the POU4f family of transcription factors in the adult rat retina

Quantification, distribution and coexpresion of the tree members of POU4F transcription factors in retinal ganglion cells in albino and pigmented rat retinas.

BindingDB: Get all data from an article

submitted by: gnicpro

This tutorial describes the method of retrieving a binding information from an article of interest in BindingDB.
http://bindingdb.org

BindingDB: Download all data for a target of interest

submitted by: gnicpro

This tutorial describes how to retrieve all published binding data for a particular protein target of interest in BindingDB.
http://bindingdb.org

High School Football and Risk of Neurodegeneration: A Community-Based Study

submitted by: WentzMR
Dr. Rodolfo Savica, Assistant Professor of Neurology at Mayo Clinic in Rochester, MN, discusses his article appearing in the April 2012 issue of Mayo Clinic Proceedings which finds no increased incidences of Dementia, ALS, or Parkinson's disease in persons who played high school football from the mid-1940's to the mid-1950's. Although this is excellent news for that population, further studies are needed to corroborate results in more recent high school sports participants, given the...

Brain Cancer Basics and Hope through Research

submitted by: mdanderson
Amy Heimberger, M.D., Associate Professor in the Department Neurosurgery at The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center, discusses the basics, history and the incidence of brain cancer. She is joined by Gail Goodwin, MD Anderson employee and brain cancer survivor, and Lanie Rose, founder of Run for the Rose (annual run raising funds for brain cancer research) for an engaging discussion about new advances in brain cancer research and how there is hope for more long-term brain cancer...

Video Tip of the Week: New Genetic Testing Registry (GTR) Resource

submitted by: OpenHelix

For more information, see our blog post at http://blog.openhelix.eu/?p=11439. In this movie we compare the new GTR resource from NCBI to other clinical resources that you may already be using, to answer why you may want to use the GTR.