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Electroacupuncture at Governor Vessel improves neurobehavioral function via reduction of complexin1
Electroacupuncture at Governor Vessel (GV), as a traditional chinese medicine, has been proved that it can reduce scar and promote axon regeneration. However, the underlying mechanism remains unclear. Herein, complexin1 (CPLX1), as a candidate protein, was found using protein chip. Therefore, using a CRISPR/Cas9 knockout approach, we deleted CPLX1 specifically in the SD rats to assess the role of CPLX1 in GV treatment. Additionally, eIF5A1 stimulate the translation of CPLX1 with PPG sequence,doi:10.1101/787838 fatcat:4dlkojv4ffh3flmmjficnhynny