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We are very excited that enrollment in the first blinded study of NGF gene therapy for Alzheimer's disease is now completed and appreciate the courage of all of the patients and their family members that enrolled in this very important study.
If we find that NGF is also effective in women, it will obviously have huge implications for treating male infertility conditions," says reproductive biologist Raj Duggavathi of McGill University's campus in Sainte-Anne-de-Bellevue, Canada.
Even more surprising is that the effects of NGF in the female were not recognized earlier, since it's so abundant in seminal plasma," Adams said.
The fate of those studies could be determined later this year, when the FDA meets with the pharmaceutical companies involved in developing NGF inhibitors to discuss the issue, said Dr.
Moreover, the cerebellar cortex contains detectable amounts of nerve growth factor (NGF) and express NGF receptors, which are sensitive to aging.
5) NGF results from cleavage of a relatively simple peptide of 307 amino acid residues located on the proximal arm of human chromosome one.
The mission of the NGF is to find a cure for Gaucher Disease by funding vital research programs and to promote community/physician awareness of the disease and educational programs.
This book presents recent work in the field from around the world, looking at areas such as NGF in animal models of atopic dermatitis, innovative strategies for controlled delivery and release of NGF in neurological applications, NGF signaling in neural cancer and metastasis, and NGF receptors in the human ovary.