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Fred H. Gage patents

Recent bibliographic sampling of Fred H. Gage patents listed/published in the public domain by the USPTO (USPTO Patent Application #,Title):



02/06/14 - 20140038896 - Retroelements and mental disorders and methods of measuring l1 retrotransposition
A method of treating increased non-LTR retrotransposition in a cell. The method includes exposing a neural cell to a retrotransposition inhibitor in an amount sufficient to decrease the non-LTR retrotransposition in the neural cell or a progeny of the neural cell. In various embodiments, the non-LTR retrotransposition involves at least...
Inventors: Fred H. Gage, Nicole Coufal, Mike Mcconnell, Alysson Muotri, Maria C.n. Marchetto (Salk Institute For Biological Studies)

11/28/13 - 20130315886 - Retroelements and mental disorders and methods of measuring l1 retrotransposition
A method of treating increased non-LTR retrotransposition in a cell. The method includes exposing a neural cell to a retrotransposition inhibitor in an amount sufficient to decrease the non-LTR retrotransposition in the neural cell or a progeny of the neural cell. In various embodiments, the non-LTR retrotransposition involves at least...
Inventors: Fred H. Gage, Nicole Coufal, Michael J. Mcconnell, Alysson Muotri, Maria C.n. Marchetto (Salk Institute For Biological Studies)

05/24/12 - 20120129835 - Schizophrenia methods and compositions
Methods of preparing and using neural cells derived from human induced pluripotent stem cell (hiPSCs), particularly hiPSCs derived from subjects with schizophrenia are provided. The hiPSC-derived neural cells can be used to screen test compounds and to identify schizophrenia marker functions. The hiPSC-derived neural cells can be used to diagnose...
Inventors: Kristen Brennand, Fred H. Gage (Salk Institute For Biological Studies)

05/03/12 - 20120107286 - Pluripotent stem cells
Methods and compositions for the generation and use of footprint-free human induced pluripotent stem cells are provided....
Inventors: Alysson R. Muotri, Fred H. Gage, Maria C.n. Marchetto (The Salk Institute For Biological Studies)

01/05/12 - 20120003655 - Identification of neuroprotective agents using pro-inflammatory human glial cells
Provided herein are methods for, inter alia, identifying new therapeutic agents using human cell-based models....
Inventors: Maria C.n. Marchetto, Fred H. Gage, Christopher K. Glass, Kaoru Saijo, Beate Winner (The Salk Institute For Biological Studies)

07/14/11 - 20110172105 - Grepseq: an almost inexhaustible, cost-effective, high-throughput protocol for the generation of selector sequences
Provided are compositions, libraries, and methods for the synthesis of transcripts that can be processed to produce nucleic acid capture probes. Also provided methods for using such nucleic acid capture probes in a variety of downstream applications, including, e.g., determining the sequence of an exon-exon junction....
Inventors: Fred H. Gage, Jonathan Scolnick, Gene Wei Ming Yeo (Salk Institute For Biological Studies)

02/24/11 - 20110045996 - Robust regression based exon array protocol system and applications
An analysis technique for genetic data to detect alternative spliced exons. Exon expression of similar data is analyzed using a robust regression technique to find outliers to the main regression. False outliers are detected and removed. The remaining outliers are identified as potential alternative splicing events....
Inventors: Gene Yeo, Fred H. Gage

09/16/10 - 20100235310 - Temporally dynamic artificial neural networks
An apparatus, article and method containing an artificial neural network that, after training, produces new trainable nodes such that input data representative of a first event and input data representative of a second event both activate a subset of the new trainable nodes. The artificial neural network can generate an...
Inventors: Fred H. Gage, James Bradley Aimone, Janet Wiles

07/22/10 - 20100184152 - Target-oriented whole genome amplification of nucleic acids
Disclosed herein are methods of amplifying target nucleic acid sequences (e.g., DNA or RNA), particularly from a very small amount of starting material, such as a single cell. These methods involve targeting the amplification of specific sequence(s) by use of sequence-specific primers and random primers for whole genome amplification using...
Inventors: Vladislav Sandler, Fred H. Gage

Salk Institute For Biological Studies, The Salk Institute For Biological Studies

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20130004985 - Methods and compositions for treating neurological disorders


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