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    • Glial fibrillary acidic protein levels are associated with global histone H4 acetylation after spinal cord injury in rats 

      Menezes, Mayara Ferraz de; Nicola, Fabrício do Couto; Silva, Ivy Reichert Vital da; Vizuete, Adriana Fernanda Kuckartz; Elsner, Viviane Rostirola; Xavier, Leder Leal; Goncalves, Carlos Alberto Saraiva; Netto, Carlos Alexandre; Mestriner, Régis Gemerasca (2018) [Journal article]
      Emerging evidence has suggested global histone H4 acetylation status plays an important role in neural plasticity. For instance, the imbalance of this epigenetic marker has been hypothesized as a key factor for the development ...