Parathyroid‐Targeted Overexpression of Regulator of G‐Protein Signaling 5 (RGS5) Causes Hyperparathyroidism in Transgenic Mice

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2019-05

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10.1002/jbmr.3674

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Balenga, Nariman, James Koh, Pedram Azimzadeh, Joyce Hogue, Mostafa Gabr, Joseph P Stains and John A Olson (2019). Parathyroid‐Targeted Overexpression of Regulator of G‐Protein Signaling 5 (RGS5) Causes Hyperparathyroidism in Transgenic Mice. Journal of Bone and Mineral Research, 34(5). pp. 955–963. 10.1002/jbmr.3674 Retrieved from https://hdl.handle.net/10161/19777.

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Mostafa Gabr

Research Associate, Senior

Dr. Gabr's research has specifically focused on the following broad areas: (i) animal model of myelopathy, (ii) participating in clinical trials in spine field.
In the last few years, this research agenda has expanded to include collaborative projects and publications. Dr. Gabr and his colleagues explore benefit of cervical collar following spine fusion, spinal cord injury model, and transforaminal lumbar interbody fusion.
Dr. Gabr is the author of "Interleukin-17 synergizes with IFNIγ or TNFα to promote inflammatory mediator release and intercellular adhesion molecule-1 (ICAM-1) expression in human intervertebral disc cells" (Journal of Orthopaedic Research, January 2011), co-author of the "Utility of Cervical Collars Following Cervical Fusion Surgery. Does It Improve Fusion Rates or Outcomes? A Systematic Review" (World Neurosurgery, November 2018).


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