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Alere's Dr. Michael Taitel Provides Insights Into Reducing Health and Productivity Costs During Turbulent Economic Times

...h.D., AARP Knowledge Management, November 2008. Accessed 4/29/09 http://www.aarp.org/research/health/carefinancing/healthcosts_08.html . (2) paton N. Economic downturn continues to put employee health at risk. Occupational Health . 2008:16:23. Accessed 4/29/09 http://www.personneltoday.com/ar...

Link Between Brain Protein and Blood Pressure Rise Found

... University, England, isolated a protein, JAM-1, located in the walls of blood vessels in the brain. In studies done on rats by Professor Julian paton and colleagues it was seen that JAM-1 is linked to increased blood pressure. However, they said the exact mechanisms behind this are still unclear. ...

Toxin causing Gastrointestinal problems identified

...s disease that causes acute kidney failure. Toxin generated by some strains of E.coli was found to be the cause of that outbreak. Dr Adrienne paton from the University of Adelaide led the research team comprising scientists from ARC Centre of Excellence in Structural and Functional Microbial Genom...

Scientists Make World Breakthrough

...diseases. The scientists, led by Dr Adrienne paton from the University of Adelaide’s School of Molecu... for severe gastrointestinal disease in humans. Dr paton discovered the toxin in 2003 in a bacterium respon...at it is a potential bio-terrorism agent. Dr paton and her colleagues published their findings today ...

Causes of Sudden Infant Death Researched

...ells are called ‘pacemakers.' The research team, led by Professor Julian paton said: 'Our studies resolve a 15-year-long controversy surrounding (sudden i...nstitutes of Health and Dartmouth University Professor Walter St.-John, and paton put in their combined effort to study the mechanism of ‘gasping’. They disc...
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World-class environment vision to 'bring back the species'

...al and plant species. Associate Professor David paton AM from the University of Adelaide will lead a mul...a pivotal role in delivering these outcomes. Dr paton from the School of Earth & Environmental Sciences ...ative vegetation to support their populations," Dr paton says. "Ten species are already extinct in the M...

November GEOLOGY and GSA TODAY Media Highlights

...rwar Craton via in situ Sr isotope analysis of groundmass perovskite Chad paton et al., University of Melbourne, School of Earth Sciences, Victoria 3010, A... overcome. By using a laser to drill holes of less than 0.1 mm in diameter, paton et al. targeted particular minerals (perovskites) within the rock that are ...

Blame the brain for high blood pressure

...king for new mechanisms by which the body controls blood pressure, and finding new therapeutic targets to drive fresh drug development. Professor paton said: “We are looking at the possibility of treating those patients that fail to respond to conventional therapy for hypertension with drugs that redu...

Scientists discover toxin that causes gastro disease

...tic uraemic syndrome, a dangerous disease that causes acute kidney failure, in South Australia in 1998. The research team was led by Dr Adrienne paton from the University of Adelaide, and included scientists from Monash University's ARC Centre of Excellence in Structural and Functional Microbial Geno...

How exactly does the brain control breathing?

... many scientists for well over 100 years is what maintains this almost fail safe vital rhythm throughout life? Experimental Physiology editor Julian paton invited two world renowned scientists Dr. Guyenet from the University of Charlottesville and Dr. Richerson from Yale University, to use the journal as...
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