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Title: Neuropeptide gene expression in transgenic animals
Authors: Murphy, D. 
Ang, H.-L. 
Zeng, Q. 
Ho, M.-Y. 
Funkhouser, J. 
Carter, D. 
Issue Date: 1992
Citation: Murphy, D.,Ang, H.-L.,Zeng, Q.,Ho, M.-Y.,Funkhouser, J.,Carter, D. (1992). Neuropeptide gene expression in transgenic animals. Progress in Brain Research 92 : 77-96. ScholarBank@NUS Repository.
Abstract: Transgenic animal techniques offer today's neuroscientist the ability to experimentally manipulate neurosecretory systems with a precision undreamt of by our predecessors. The range of techniques now available, building as it does on our growing knowledge of physiological systems at the inter- and intracellular level, allows us to critically define molecular lesions and ask about their consequences to the whole organism. Neuroscients should grasp the opportunities afforded by these recent developments.
Source Title: Progress in Brain Research
ISSN: 00796123
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