C- in prerequisite. Should I apply to schools that doesn't have min. grade requirement?

I got one from general bio, but I have other bio classes with labs (including advanced bio) that I've gotten A's in, and the schools said they will accept other bio classes. I just figured out that I got another on from Orgo 2, that I retook this semester just by 0.002%. The professor hasn't responded to my email requesting to give me a C.. Should I only apply to schools that 1) doesn't have minimum grade requirements 2) doesn't require orgo 2? Or should I still apply to schools with orgo... C- in prerequisite. Should I apply to schools that doesn't have min. grade requirement?
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Source: Biocybernetics and Biomedical Engineering - Category: Biomedical Engineering Source Type: research
ConclusionBy putting these data together, it is clear that PHN is more resistant than PC12 toward αSN cytotoxicity even in the presence of rising cytoplasmic ROS and Ca2+ levels. Exploring the supporting mechanisms which PHN uses to be more resistant to αSN cytotoxicity can help to open a roadmap toward therapeutic plans in PD and other synucleinopathy disorders.
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In this study, we observed that Iba-1 and P2X4R expression is increased in microglia treated with MCP-1, and blockade with a selective CCR2 antagonist RS-504393 suppressed microglia activation and reduced P2X4R expression in cultured microglia. In response to MCP-1, the expression level of p-Akt was also increased and RS-504393 inhibited the increase. Besides, PI3K inhibitor LY 294002 could attenuate MCP-1-induced P2X4R expression in cultured microglia. MCP-1 was found to be associated with P2X4R expression and mechanical allodynia induced by CIBP in vivo since the expression of MCP-1 was increased in CIBP and RS-504393 al...
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Publication date: Available online 15 February 2019Source: Neuroscience LettersAuthor(s): James E. Hassell, Victoria E. Collins, Hao Li, Joshua T. Rogers, Ryan C. Austin, Ciprian Visceau, Kadi T. Nguyen, Miles Orchinik, Christopher A. Lowry, Kenneth J. RennerAbstractOrganic cation transporter 3 (OCT3) is a corticosterone-sensitive, low-affinity, high-capacity transporter. This transporter functions, in part, to clear monoamines, including serotonin (5-HT), from the extracellular space. The central nucleus of the amygdala (CeA) is an important structure controlling fear- and anxiety-related behaviors. The CeA has reciprocal...
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Publication date: Available online 15 February 2019Source: NeuroscienceAuthor(s): Shreyas Harita, Gabriela Ioachim, Jocelyn Powers, Patrick W. StromanAbstractResting-state functional magnetic resonance imaging (rs-fMRI) has been used to investigate networks within the cortex and has also provided some insight into the networks present in the brainstem (BS) and spinal cord (SC). The purpose of this study was to investigate resting-state blood oxygenation-level dependent (BOLD) fluctuations in the BS/SC and to identify resting-state networks (RSNs) across these regions. Resting-state BOLD fMRI data were obtained from the ent...
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Publication date: Available online 16 February 2019Source: NeuroImageAuthor(s): Amanda C. Marshall, Antje Gentsch, Anna-Lucia Blum, Christina Bröring, Simone Schütz-BosbachAbstractInteroceptive signalling has been shown to contribute to action regulation and action experience. Here, we assess whether motor behaviour can be influenced by anticipated homeostatic feeling states induced through different predictable contexts. Participants performed a reward incentive paradigm in which accurate responses increased (gain) or avoided the depletion (averted loss) of a credit score. Across two types of blocks, we varied t...
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Publication date: Available online 15 February 2019Source: NeuroImageAuthor(s): Matthias Walter, Lorenz Leitner, Lars Michels, Martina D. Liechti, Patrick Freund, Thomas M. Kessler, Spyros Kollias, Ulrich MehnertAbstractPrevious functional neuroimaging studies provided evidence for a specific supraspinal network involved in lower urinary tract (LUT) control. However, data on the reliability of blood oxygenation level-dependent (BOLD) signal changes during LUT task-related functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI) across separate measurements are lacking. Proof of the latter is crucial to evaluate whether fMRI can be use...
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