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- Gibson C, Thomson N, Abrams W, Kirkham J. Nested genes: biological implications and use of AFM for analysis. Gene. 2005;350:15-23 pubmed..The potential of this technology includes a greater molecular understanding of cellular decision making processes, leading to enhanced opportunities to intervene in disease progression through use of novel treatment modalities. ..
- Gibson C, Yuan Z, Li Y, Daly B, Suggs C, Aragon M, et al. Transgenic mice that express normal and mutated amelogenins. J Dent Res. 2007;86:331-5 pubmed..The phenotype argues for dominant-negative activity for the P70T amelogenin, and for the robust nature of the process of amelogenesis. ..
- Gibson C. The amelogenin "enamel proteins" and cells in the periodontium. Crit Rev Eukaryot Gene Expr. 2008;18:345-60 pubmed....