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Dr. Suen Ka Chun --- B.Sc. (First Class Hons.), HKBU; Ph.D., HKU; Dip. Ed., HKIEd; M.A., HKUST Print E-mail

Dr. Suen Ka Chun

B.Sc. (First Class Hons.), HKBU; Ph.D., HKU;

Dip. Ed., HKIEd; M.A., HKUST

Teaching Subjects:

Current: Biology, Biotechnology, Integrated Science

Past: Biology, Biotechnology, Integrated Science and Physics

 

Research Interests:

Education: Science Education, Curriculum Development, Gifted Education and Teacher Training

Neuroscience: Alzheimer’s disease, Parkinson’s disease and Neuroprotection

 

Academic and Professional Qualifications:

Doctor of Philosophy (Field of Study: Neuroscience), Department of Anatomy, Faculty of Medicine, The University of Hong Kong (HKU) (Supervisors: Prof. Kwok-Fai SO, Prof. Jacques HUGON and Dr. Raymond Chuen-Chung CHANG)

Master of Arts (Liberal Studies), The Hong Kong University of Science and Technology

Postgraduate Diploma in Education (Science Education, Secondary Programme), The Hong Kong Institute of Education (HKIEd)

Bachelor of Science in Applied Biology (First Class Honors), Hong Kong Baptist University (HKBU) (Final-year Project: Developmental expression of NMDA receptors in cultured striatal and nigral neurons. Supervisor: Prof. Ken Kin-Lam YUNG)

Professional Development Course for Secondary School Graduate Teachers 2007-2008, In-Service Teacher Education Programme, Faculty of Education, The University of Hong Kong

Preparation for Principalship Course for Aspiring Principals 2012-2013, Department of Educational Administration and Policy, Hong Kong Centre for the Development of Educational Leadership, The Chinese University of Hong Kong

 

Honors and Awards:

2018

基礎教育國家級教學成果獎優秀表現獎 (香港特別行政區政府教育局)

2017

Awardee, Chief Executive’s Award for Teaching Excellence (Science Education) 2016/2017, Hong Kong

2017

Education Contribution Award (Gold Award), Po Leung Kuk, Hong Kong

2015

Supervisor of two awarded research projects in the 30th China Adolescents Science and Technology Innovation Contest (第三十屆全國青少年科技創新大賽:【金桔核提取物的腦神經保護作用】及【霍山石斛對抗腦退化症的研究】

2015

Supervisor of two awarded research projects in the 30th China Adolescents Science and Technology Innovation Contest (第三十屆全國青少年科技創新大賽:【金桔核提取物的腦神經保護作用】

2009

3rd Place Grand Award, Outstanding Technology Teacher Award, Hong Kong New Generation Cultural Association, Hong Kong

2006

Neuroscientist-Teacher Partner Travel Award, Society for Neuroscience, Washington, DC, USA

2004

Li Po Chun Charitable Trust Fund Scholarship, HKIEd

2002

Mary Sun Medical Scholarship, HKU

2001

Wong Ching Yee Medical Postgraduate Scholarship, HKU

2000

Outstanding Student Award (Faculty of Science), HKBU (The Outstanding Student Award is usually awarded to final-year students who have the highest wGPA in the Faculty.)

2000

Scholastic Award, HKBU (Explanatory notes: The Scholastic Award is awarded to students who have the highest wGPA in the graduating class and with wGPA no less than 3.20.)

1999

Chiap Hua Cheng Foundation Scholarship, HKBU

1998

AIA Foundation Scholarship, HKBU

1997-2000

President Honor Roll (all of the 6 semesters in 3 years), HKBU (Explanatory notes: The President's Honour Roll is awarded to students taking 12 units or more in a semester with semester GPA of 3.50 and above and with no grade below C for a given semester.)

 

 

External Appointments:

2017-2019

Organizing Committee of Hong Kong Brain Bee Competition, Hong Kong Brain Foundation
2015-present

Member, Curriculum Development Council Committee on Science Education, Education Bureau, HKSAR

2015-present

Committee Member, Hong Kong Science and Creativity Society

2015-present

Honorary Research Associate, School of Biomedical Sciences, HKU

2013-2015

Honorary Research Associate, Department of Anatomy, Faculty of Medicine, HKU

2012-2013

Advisor of ClimateWatch School Programme (Hong Kong), Earthwatch Institute

2006

External Reviewer of the Society for Neuroscience Core Concepts (NCC) for K-12 Project, Society for Neuroscience (Washington DC, U.S.A.)

 

Professional Membership:

Regular member, Society for Neuroscience, Washington DC, U.S.A.

Member, National Science Teachers Association, Arlington VA, U.S.A.

Member, AD/PDTM Network (The Online Community for all Neurodegenerative Disease Professionals)

Collaborative Projects with universities:

Healthy lifestyle in adolescents (Collaborative research projects with Dr. Janice Y.S. Ho, PolyU and Dr. Raymond C.C. Chang, HKU)
 
Project started in 2015: Investigation of sleep quality and executive functioning in Hong Kong adolescents
 
Output:
 
Suen K.C., Cheung T.W., Li L.M., Lo B.C.Y., Lam H.C. Wong Y.H., Yuen C.T., Chang R.C.C. (2008) Immediate night-time sleep helps memory consolidation in adolescents aged 13-14. Society for Neuroscience. No. 587.5/SS67 (Neuroscience Meeting Planner, Online).
 
Suen K.C., Ho H.L., So C.Y., Ma K.M., Chang R.C.C. (2006) Doing physical exercise has no indication on learning and memory enhancement in children aged 13-15. Society for Neuroscience. No. 365.4/GG7 (Neuroscience Meeting Planner, Online).
 
Sum C.M., Lui B., Sy L.H., Chan W.H., Wong C.H., Suen K.C., Chang R.C.C. (2006) Increment of sleeping time does not implicate enhancement on memory and learning in adolescents. Society for Neuroscience. No. 365.3/GG6 (Neuroscience Meeting Planner, Online)
 
Drug discovery for treatment of neurodegenerative diseases (Collaborative research projects with Dr. Raymond C.C. Chang, HKU)
 
Output:
 
Project titled “金桔核提取物的脑神经保护作用” was awarded with The Best 10 Innovation Projects Award (十佳科技創意之星) and 1st Place Grand Award (一等獎) in 30th China Adolescent Science and Technology Innovation Contest (第三十屆全國青少年科技創新大賽)
 
Suen K.C., Tang W.S., Hau P.C., Ma H.H., Chow P.C., Hung Y.C., Shi P.L., Chau W.H., Chan W.K., Chang R.C.C. (2015) Differential effects of seed extracts of citrus fruits against hydrogen peroxide-induced toxicity in SH-SY5Y cells. Society for Neuroscience (Conference 2015)
 
Suen K.C., Chung H.L., Ma H.H., Ho P.K., Chow P.C., Tong J. T., Abbass G., Chung C.Y. and Chang R.C.C. (2013) Dendrobium huoshanense can reduce hydrogen peroxide-induced toxicity in SH-SY5Y cells. Society for Neuroscience (Conference 2013).
 
Development of neuroscience curriculum for scientifically gifted students (Collaborative research projects with Dr. Raymond C.C. Chang, HKU)
 
Output:
 
Suen K.C., Tang W.S., Chan W.K., Chang R.C.C. (2015) Evaluation of five learning activities associated with live-cell imaging microscopy in a high school neuroscience curriculum for scientifically gifted students. Society for Neuroscience (Conference 2015)
 
Suen K.C., Li M.H., Chan W.K., Chang R.C.C. (2013) A neuroscience pull-out gifted program in a high school in Hong Kong: Connection of neurodegenerative diseases and traditional Chinese medicine in research-based learning. Society for Neuroscience (Conference 2013).
 
Suen K.C., Chu K.Y., Chang R.C.C., Chan W.K. (2013) An example of a high school in Hong Kong to develop a school-based neuroscience curriculum as a pull-out program for scientifically gifted students. International Conference of East-Asian Association for Science Education 2013. Poster Presentation.
 
Development of high-school neuroscience curriculum (Collaborative research projects with Dr. Raymond C.C. Chang, HKU)
 
Output:
 
Suen K.C., Chan W.K., Chang R.C.C. (2010) Development of a school-based neuroscience curriculum in a high school in Hong Kong. Society for Neuroscience. No. 23.5/NNN44 (Neuroscience Meeting Planner, Online).
 
Suen K.C., Chan W.K., Chang R.C.C. (2008) Brain cell culture is an effective learning activity for high school students to acquire diverse knowledge and skills about neuroscience. Society for Neuroscience. No. 222.17/UU5 (Neuroscience Meeting Planner, Online).
 
Suen K.C., Chan W.K., Chang R.C.C. (2007) Research-based learning associated with an authentic topic can promote active learning in high school neuroscience lessons. Society for Neuroscience. No. 29.8/PPP29 (Neuroscience Meeting Planner, Online).

 

International  Publications:

A. Peer-reviewed Journal

1.        Yu M.S., Suen K.C., Kwok N.S., So K.F., Hugon J., Chang R.C.C. (2006) Beta-amyloid peptides induces neuronal apoptosis via a mechanism independent of unfolded protein responses. Apoptosis 11(5): 687-700.

2.        Lin K.F., Chang R.C.C., Suen K.C., So K.F., Hugon J. (2004) Modulation of calcium/calmodulin kinase-II provides partial neuroprotection against beta-amyloid peptide toxicity. Eur J Neurosci 19(8): 2047-55.

3.        Suen K.C., Yu M.S., So K.F., Chang R.C.C., Hugon J. (2003) Upstream signaling pathways leading to the activation of double-stranded RNA-dependent serine/threonine protein kinase in beta-amyloid peptide neurotoxicity. J Biol Chem 278(50): 49819 – 49827.

4.        Suen K.C., Lin K.F., Elyaman W., So K.F., Chang R.C.C., Hugon J. (2003) Reduction of calcium release from the endoplasmic reticulum could only provide partial neuroprotection against beta-amyloid peptide toxicity. J Neurochem 87(6): 1413-1426. Erratum in: J Neurochem 88(4): 1040.

5.        Lui P.W., Suen K.C., Chan Y.S., Yung W.H., Yung K.K.L. (2003) Striatal neurons but not nigral neurons in primary cell culture express endogenous functional N-methyl-D-aspartate receptors. Mol Brain Res 120: 9-21.

6.        Chang R.C.C., Suen K.C., Ma C.H., Elyaman W., Ng H.K., Hugon J. (2002) Involvement of double-stranded RNA-dependent protein kinase and phosphorylation of eukaryotic initiation factor-2 alpha in neuronal degeneration. J Neurochem 83(5): 1215-1225.

7.        Elyaman W., Terro F., Suen K.C., Yardin C., Chang R.C.C., Hugon J. (2002) BAD and Bcl-2 regulation are early events linking neuronal Golgi disassembly to mitochondria-mediated apoptosis. Mol Brain Res 109(1-2): 233-238.

 

B. Conference Poster, Abstract and Invited Presentation

(* correspondence author)

1.   Suen K.C.*, Li M.H., Lin M.Y., Chang R.C.C., and Chan W.K. (2019) Evaluation of a research-based learning neuroscience curriculum for scientific gifted students: implications for nurturing future scientists. European Science Education Research Association Conference 2019 (accepted for interactive poster presentation in August 2019).

2.    Li M.H., Suen K.C., Lin M.Y. and Chan, W.K. (2019) Maximizing intrinsic interest and potential of science gifted students through 'structured school-based science gifted education framework' in a through-train school in Hong Kong. European Science Education Research Association Conference 2019 (submitted).

3.    Lin M.Y., Li M.H., Suen K.C. and Chan W.K. (2019) Promoting students' interest in science education through school-based biotechnology curriculumEuropean Science Education Research Association Conference 2019 (submitted).

4.    Suen K.C. (2018) Learning and Teaching Strategies Series for Biology and Combined Science (Biology Part): Practical Work in Biology. Invited presentation on June 15, 2018 by Education Bureau, HKSAR.

5.  Suen K.C., Lin M.Y. and Li M.H. (2017) Highlights on POE (Predict-Observe-Explain) Teaching Strategy, Biotechnology Curriculum, Science Gifted Education and Neuroscience Curriculum, Presentation in Chief Executive’s Award for Teaching Excellence Showcase on Nov 25, 2017 by Education Bureau, HKSAR.

6.    Suen K.C., Lin M.Y., Tang W.S. and Chang R.C.C. (2017) Evaluation of a pull-out neuroscience curriculum for high-school gifted students in science. Society for Neuroscience (Conference 2017).

7.    Suen K.C.*, Lee T.H., Cheung Y.Y., Cheung C.K.Y., Wong K.C., Chan S.T., Law C.Y., Chau C.L., Wong S.W., Mok C.C., Tsui W.Y., Wan K.Y., Wong J.S.M., Hsu T.H., Tang W.S., Lin M.Y. and Chang R.C.C. (2017) The individual and multiple effects of Caulis Spatholobi, Salvia officinalis and Mentha citrata in hydrogen peroxide-induced neurotoxicity.Society for Neuroscience (Conference 2017).

8.    Suen K.C. (2015) Teaching Strategies in Biology. An Invited Presentation of Understanding and Interpreting the Biology and Combined Science (Biology Part) Curricula (Refreshed) organized by Curriculum Development Institute on December 18, 2015.

9.   Suen K.C.*, Tang W.S., Chan W.K., Chang R.C.C. (2015) Evaluation of five learning activities associated with live-cell imaging microscopy in a high school neuroscience curriculum for scientifically gifted students. Society for Neuroscience (Conference 2015).

10.  Suen K.C.*, Tang W.S., Hau P.C., Ma H.H., Chow P.C., Hung Y.C., Shi P.L., Chau W.H., Chan W.K., Chang R.C.C. (2015) Differential effects of seed extracts of citrus fruits against hydrogen peroxide-induced toxicity in SH-SY5Y cells. Society for Neuroscience (Conference 2015).

11. Chu K.Y., Lam S.M., Suen K.C. (2014) Students’ Motivation to Produce Mobile-learning (M-learning) Materials.GCIN (Global Curriculum & Instruction Network) Conference 2014.  Poster Presentation.

12.  Suen K.C.*, Li M.H., Chan W.K., Chang R.C.C. (2013) A neuroscience pull-out gifted program in a high school in Hong Kong : Connection of neurodegenerative diseases and traditional Chinese medicine in research-based learning. Society for Neuroscience (Conference 2013).

13.  Suen K.C.*, Chung H.L., Ma H.H., Ho P.K., Chow P.C., Tong J. T., Abbass G., Chung C.Y. and Chang R.C.C. (2013) Dendrobium huoshanensecan reduce hydrogen peroxide-induced toxicity in SH-SY5Y cells. Society for Neuroscience (Conference 2013).

14.  Chu K.Y., Lin M.Y., Suen K.C. and Chan W.K. (2013) Effectiveness of the school-based Biotechnology curriculum – a science gifted programme for all. International Conference of East-Asian Association for Science Education 2013. Poster Presentation.

15.  Chu K.Y., Lin M.Y., Suen K.C. and Chan W.K. (2013) How Nature of Science (NOS) can be infused to students through “Grassroom” in the sky? International Conference of East-Asian Association for Science Education 2013. Poster Presentation.

16.   Suen K.C.*, Chu K.Y., Chang R.C.C., Chan W.K. (2013) An example of a high school in Hong Kong to develop a school-based neuroscience curriculum as a pull-out program for scientifically gifted students. International Conference of East-Asian Association for Science Education 2013. Poster Presentation.

17.   Suen K.C.*, Chan W.K., Chang R.C.C. (2010) Development of a school-based neuroscience curriculum in a high school in Hong Kong . Society for Neuroscience. No. 23.5/NNN44 (Neuroscience Meeting Planner, Online).

18.  Suen K.C.*, Wong Y.H., Yuen C.T., Lam N.H., Ho H.Y., Lau Y.T., Cheng C.K., Lam H.C., Tam D.H.F., Lau S.P., Chang R.C.C.C. (2010) Elicitation of a pungent sensation does not implicate memory modulation in adolescents aged 14-16. Society for Neuroscience. No. 701.12/KKK33 (Neuroscience Meeting Planner, Online).

19.  Suen K.C.*, Chan W.K., Chang R.C.C. (2008) Brain cell culture is an effective learning activity for high school students to acquire diverse knowledge and skills about neuroscience. Society for Neuroscience. No. 222.17/UU5 (Neuroscience Meeting Planner, Online).

20.  Suen K.C.*, Cheung T.W., Li L.M., Lo B.C.Y., Lam H.C. Wong Y.H., Yuen C.T., Chang R.C.C. (2008) Immediate night-time sleep helps memory consolidation in adolescents aged 13-14. Society for Neuroscience. No. 587.5/SS67 (Neuroscience Meeting Planner, Online).

21.  Suen K.C.*, Chan W.K., Chang R.C.C. (2007) Research-based learning associated with an authentic topic can promote active learning in high school neuroscience lessons. Society for Neuroscience. No. 29.8/PPP29 (Neuroscience Meeting Planner, Online).

22.  Chan W.K. and Suen K.C. (2007) The Development of a School-Based Science Curriculum - Biotechnology: Let us work together to make a difference. An Invited Presentation of iLongman’s Integrated Seminar on March 24, 2007 .

23.  Chang R.C.C., Suen K.C., Yu M.S., Lai S.W., Cheung Y.T. and Hugon J. (2006) Roles of protein translation control in neurodegeneration of Alzheimer’s Disease. The 4th Congress of Federation of Asian-Oceanian Neuroscience Societies (FAONS) & Annual Meeting of the Hong Kong Society of Neuroscience.

24.  Suen K.C.*, Ho H.L., So C.Y., Ma K.M., Chang R.C.C. (2006) Doing physical exercise has no indication on learning and memory enhancement in children aged 13-15. Society for Neuroscience. No. 365.4/GG7 (Neuroscience Meeting Planner, Online).

25.  Sum C.M., Lui B., Sy L.H., Chan W.H., Wong C.H., Suen K.C.*, Chang R.C.C. (2006) Increment of sleeping time does not implicate enhancement on memory and learning in adolescents. Society for Neuroscience. No. 365.3/GG6 (Neuroscience Meeting Planner, Online)

26.  Yu M.S., Lai S.W., Suen K.C., So K.F., Hugon J., Chang R.C.C. (2005) Beta-amyloid peptide-induced neuronal apoptosis is independent of unfolded protein responses. Society for Neuroscience. No. 786.5.

27.  Chang R.C.C.,Suen K.C., Yu M.S., Lin K.F. and Hugon J. (2004) Molecular signaling of double-stranded RNA-dependent protein kinase (PKR) in beta-amyloid peptide-induced neuronal death. J Neurochem (Suppl. 1) p20.

28.  Chang R.C.C., Yu M.S., Suen K.C., Lai S.W., Kwok N.S. , Hugon J. (2004) Differential signaling of unfolded protein responses (UPR) and endoplasmic reticulum (ER) stress in neurons exposed to b-amyloid peptide. Society for Neuroscience. No. 1000.22.

29.  Yu M.S., Suen K.C., Kwok N.S. , So K.F. and Chang R.C.C. (2004) Lack of early activation of endoplasmic reticulum stress in beta-amyloid neurotoxicity. J Neurochem88 (Suppl. 1) p52.

30.  Suen K.C., Hugon J., So K.F., Chang R.C.C. (2003) Reducing calcium-mediated endoplasmic reticulum stress could attenuate beta-amyloid peptide neurotoxicity. The 8th Medical Research Conference. Hong Kong .

31.  Suen K.C., Hugon J., So K.F. and Chang R.C.C. (2003) Reduction of intracellular calcium increase provides partial protection against beta-amyloid peptide neurotoxicity. J Neurochem87 (Suppl. 1) p96.

32.  Suen K.C., Lin K.F., Hugon J., So K.F. and Chang R.C.C. (2003) Reducing calcium-mediated endoplasmic reticulum stress could attenuate beta-amyloid peptide neurotoxicity. Neurosci Lett Supp 349: Supp 1.

33.  Suen K.C., Yu M.S., Hugon J., So K.F. and Chang R.C.C. (2003) Involvement of PKR in mediating the activation of caspases in beta-amyloid peptide neurotoxicity. J Neurochem87 (Suppl. 1) p96.

34.  Suen K.C., Yu M.S., Hugon J., So K.F. and Chang R.C.C. (2003) PERK might not be involved in beta-amyloid peptide-induced endoplasmic reticulum stress in neurons. J Neurochem87 (Suppl. 1) p96.

35.  Suen K.C., Yu M.S., Hugon J., So K.F. and Chang R.C.C. (2003) Activation of the PKR-eIF2a pathway is mediated by caspase-3 activation. Neurosci Lett Supp 349: Supp 1.

36.  Chang R.C.C., Suen K.C., Yu M.S., So K.F. and Hugon J. (2003) Upstream signaling of PKR in Beta-Amyloid Peptide Neurotoxicity. Society for Neuroscience. No. 210.16.

37.  Lin K.F., Suen K.C., Hugon J., So K.F. and Chang R.C.C. (2003) Roles of calcium / calmodulin kinase-II attenuates beta-amyloid peptide-mediated neurotoxicity. Neurosci Lett Supp 349: Supp 1.

38.  Suen K.C., Chang R.C.C., Lin K.F. and Hugon J. (2002) Inositol 1,4,5-trisphosphate receptor modulators protect neurons against beta-amyloid peptides (25-35 and 1-42)-induced toxicity. Society for Neuroscience. No. 892.1.

39.  Suen K.C., Chang R.C.C., Elyaman W. and Hugon J. (2002) Inositol 1,4,5-trisphosphate receptor antagonists attenuate beta-amyloid peptide-induced neurotoxicity. Neurosci Lett Supp 331: Supp 1.

40.  Suen K.C., Hugon J., So K.F. and Chang R.C.C. (2002) Modulation of Calcium-Mediated Endoplasmic Reticulum Stress Attenuates Beta-Amyloid Peptide Neurotoxicity. 7th Research Postgraduate Symposium. Hong Kong .

41.  Chang R.C.C., Suen K.C., Lin K.F. and Hugon J. (2002) Early activation of caspase-3 by beta-amyloid peptides (25-35, 1-42) stimulates the activation of double-stranded RNA-regulated protein kinase and cleavage of eukaryotic initiation factor 2 alpha. Society for Neuroscience. No. 91.18.

42.  Chang R.C.C., Suen K.C., Ma C.H., Elyaman W., Ng H.K. and Hugon J. (2002) Involvement of phosphorylation of eukaryotic factor 2a (EIF2a) and double-stranded RNA-dependent protein kinase (PKR) in neuronal apoptosis. Neurosci Lett Supp 331: Supp 1.

43.  Lin K.F., Chang R.C.C., Suen K.C., Hugon J. (2002) Calcium/calmodulin dependent protein kinase-II inhibition attenuates beta-amyloid induced neurotoxicity. Society for Neuroscience. No. 91.13.

44.  Elyaman W., Chang R.C.C., Suen K.C. and Hugon J. (2002) A novel mechanism of neuroprotection mediated by lithium and valproate: inhibition of eukaryotic initiation factor-2a phosphorylation induced by apoptotic stimuli in SH-SY5Y neuroblastoma cells. Neurosci Lett Supp 331: Supp 1.

45.  Lin K.F., Chang R.C.C., Suen K.C. and Hugon J. (2002) Calcium/Calmodulin kinase II inhibitor antagonists attenuate beta-amyloid induced neurotoxicity. Neurosci Lett Supp 331: Supp 1.

46.  Suen K.C., Yu M.S., Hugon J., So K.F., Chang R.C.C. (2002) Activation of the PKR-eIF2a pathway is mediated by caspase-3 activation. Abstract. The Hong Kong Society of Neurosciences, Hong Kong

47.  Suen K.C., Lim K.F., Hugon J., So K.F., Chang R.C.C. (2002) Reducing calcium-mediated endoplasmic reticulum stress could attenuate beta-amyloid peptide neurotoxicity. The Hong Kong Society of Neurosciences, Hong Kong

48.  Lim K.F., Suen K.C., Hugon J., So K.F., Chang R.C.C. (2002) Roles of calcium / calmodulin kinase-II attenuates beta-amyloid peptide-mediated neurotoxicity. The Hong Kong Society of Neurosciences, Hong Kong.

49. Suen K.C., Chang R.C.C., Ma C.H., Elyaman W. and Hugon J. (2001) Calcium could mediate the hyperphosphorylation of eukaryotic initiation factor 2 alpha in neurons induced by beta-amyloid peptide 25-35. Society for Neuroscience. No. 428.9.

50.  Suen K.C., Lui P.W. and Yung K.K.L. (2001) Cellular expression of NMDA receptors in striatal and nigral neurons in culture. Neurosci Lett Supp 313: Supp 1.

51.  Chang R.C.C., Suen K.C., Ma C.H. and Hugon J. (2001) Expression of phosphorylated eukaryotic initiation factor 2 alpha in neuronal apoptosis beta-amyloid toxicity. Society for Neuroscience. No. 772.12.

 

 

 

 

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