Publications by authors named "Val E Ginzburg"

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Human orf: Atypical rash in an urban medical practice.

Can Fam Physician 2017 10;63(10):769-771

Instructor at Pharma-Medical Science College of Canada in Toronto.

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October 2017

Approach to GERD.

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Val E Ginzburg

Can Fam Physician 2017 08;63(8):595

Toronto, Ont.

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August 2017

Rural scope of practice.

Authors:
Val E Ginzburg

Can Fam Physician 2009 Apr;55(4):352

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April 2009

Headache and seizure on postpartum day 5: late postpartum eclampsia.

CMAJ 2009 Feb;180(4):425-8

Department of Family and Community Medicine, North York General Hospital, Toronto, Ont.

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http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC2638033PMC
February 2009

Feeding stereotypes.

Authors:
Val E Ginzburg

Can Fam Physician 2007 May;53(5):812; author reply 812-3

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http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC1949162PMC
May 2007

Chest pain, dyspnea, and cough.

Authors:
Val E Ginzburg

Can Fam Physician 2006 Sep;52(9):1060

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September 2006

Evaluating procedural skills.

Authors:
Val E Ginzburg

Can Fam Physician 2006 Aug;52:951-2

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August 2006

Semaphorin 1a and semaphorin 1b are required for correct epidermal cell positioning and adhesion during morphogenesis in C. elegans.

Development 2002 May;129(9):2065-78

Samuel Lunenfeld Research Institute, Mount Sinai Hospital, 600 University Avenue, Toronto, Ontario M5G 1X5, Canada.

The semaphorin family comprises secreted and transmembrane proteins involved in axon guidance and cell migration. We have isolated and characterized deletion mutants of C. elegans semaphorin 1a (Ce-sema-1a or smp-1) and semaphorin 1b (Ce-sema-1b or smp-2) genes. Both mutants exhibit defects in epidermal functions. For example, the R1.a-derived ray precursor cells frequently fail to change anterior/posterior positions completely relative to their sister tail lateral epidermal precursor cell R1.p, causing ray 1 to be formed anterior to its normal position next to ray 2. The ray cells, which normally separate from the lateral tail seam cell (SET) at the end of L4 stage, remains connected to the SET cell even in adult mutant males. The ray 1 defects are partially penetrant in each single Ce-sema-1 mutant at 20 degrees C, but are greatly enhanced in Ce-sema-1 double mutants, suggesting that Ce-Sema-1a and Ce-Sema-1b function in parallel to regulate ray 1 position. Both mutants also have defects in other aspects of epidermal functions, including head and tail epidermal morphogenesis and touch cell axon migration, whereas, smp-1 mutants alone have defects in defecation and brood size. A feature of smp-1 mutants that is shared with mutants of mab-20 (which encodes Sema-2a) is the abnormal perdurance of contacts between epidermal cells.
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