The NFRL is the Neurofibromatosis type 1 (NF1) Research Laboratory. Current members of
the laboratory are: Gary R. Skuse, Amedeo J. Cappione, and a host of visitors.
The projects currently being pursued by the members of this laboratory include:
"Editing of the NF1 mRNA" Amedeo J. Cappione, III
"APOBEC-1 is the Cytidine Deaminase Responsible for NF1 and ApoB mRNA Editing"
Amedeo J. Cappione, III
"Characterization of NF1 RNA editing in NF1 tumor and nontumor tissues" Brian L. French
A former member of our laboratory developed a project to study the expression of
NF1 mRNA alternative transcripts.
"Modulation of NF1 alternate transcript expression by extrinsic factors" Linda J. Metheny
"Protein synthesis inhibitors lead to increased levels of murine type I and type III NF1 mRNA isoforms" Linda J. Metheny
To learn more about neurofibromatosis you can access the National Neurofibromatosis Foundation Home Page or the NF, Inc. Home Page.
To contact any of us send e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org, phone or fax us at (585) 223-3114.
This page, and all contents, are Copyright (C) 2002 by Gary R. Skuse, Ph.D., Rochester, New York
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