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Inventor:
Crocker; Stephen J.
Address:
Halifax, CA
No. of patents:
2
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Patent Number Title Of Patent Date Issued
6709866 Methods for enhancing survival of a neuron March 23, 2004
NAIP and IAP polypeptides prevent neuronal cell death caused by ischemia, neurodegenerative conditions, and axotomy. The invention provides methods for neuroprotection by the prevention of cell death and kits and methods for the identification of neuroprotective therapeutic compounds.
6159948 Therapeutic and drug screening methods for the treatment and prevention of neuronal disease December 12, 2000
NAIP and IAP polypeptides prevent neuronal cell death caused by ischemia, neurodegenerative conditions, and axotomy. The invention provides methods for neuroprotection by the prevention of cell death and kits and methods for the identification of neuroprotective therapeutic compounds.










 
 
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