GLAST


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AcronymDefinition
GLASTGamma Ray Large Area Space Telescope
GLASTL-Glutamate/L-Aspartate Transporter (biological chemistry)
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GLAST will locate sources to within about 1 arcminute, with a field of view covering 20 percent of the sky.
It weighs 330 kilograms (730 pounds)-about one-tenth the mass of GLAST. It will carry an imager to study the 30 MeV to 50 GeV gamma-ray spectral range.
"We don't even know the basics about jets," says Lynn Cominsky (Sonoma State University), a member of the GLAST team.
In contrast to the damaging effects of decreased GLAST, several lines of evidence have shown that anthocyanin can protect retinal neurons in vivo and in vitro [36, 37].
Particularly, mutations in Clock, Npas2, and/or Per2 are all involved in a hyperglutamatergic scenario due to a decrease in GLAST expression and as consequence, a reduction in Glu uptake [31, 32, 68].
Pellegatta, "Immunotherapy against the radial glia marker GLAST effectively triggers specific antitumor effectors without autoimmunity," OncoImmunology, vol.
Oral administration of GGA induces Hsp70 expression in the retina and suppresses RGC death in GLAST KO mice, a mouse model of NTG [22].
Hackney, "Distribution of the glutamate/aspartate transporter GLAST in relation to the afferent synapses of outer hair cells in the guinea pig cochlea," Journal of the Association for Research in Otolaryngology, vol.
Milled glass fibers, 1/32" long, were obtained from Fiber Glast Developments Corporation (Brookville, OH).
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Robinson, "Rottlerin, an inhibitor of protein kinase C[delta] (PKC[delta]), inhibits astrocytic glutamate transport activity and reduces GLAST immunoreactivity by a mechanism that appears to be PKC[delta]-independent," Journal of Neurochemistry, vol.