Tag Archives: transcriptome
RNA signature in brain lesions of damage or repair in Multiple Sclerosis and the MS-Atlas
We explored mechanistic signatures of different lesion types in the brain of patients with progressive MS: normal-appearing white matter (NAWM), active, chronic active (slowly expanding), inactive and repairing (remyelinating) lesions compared to control brain white matter areas.
Is ecotype difference in switchgrass a reflection of photosynthetic efficiency?
Switchgrass, a warm season perennial grass native to the North American Prairie, is a potential cellulosic feedstock for biofuel production in the United States. Using switchgrass for bioenergy production is environmentally friendly and economically feasible. It is
Hybrid mimics, a new strategy for increased food production
The growth of the world’s population is presenting a major challenge to agricultural industries to produce enough food for all people. We have been carrying out research which could provide a component of the needed food supply