The digoxigenin (DIG) system for non-radioactive labelling and detection of nucleic acids-an overview.
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Electrical synapses are expressed prominently in the developing and mature nervous systems. Unlike chemical synapses, little is known about the developmental role of electrical synapses, reflecting the limitations imposed by the lack of selective pharmacological blockers. At a molecular level...
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