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Dec 27, 2021Sex as a Variable in Human Research: A Systems Approach Review Series - The papers in this series will provide readers with the understanding that consideration of sex within research, whether in humans, cells, or animal models, is vital, not only with regard to women’s health, but for moving all science forward.
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Sep 08, 2020Metabolism promotes excellence in research by publishing high-quality original research papers, fast-tracking cutting-edge papers, research brief reports, mini-reviews, and other special articles related to all aspects of human metabolism. Work considered for publication in Metabolism includes studies in humans, animal and cellular models.
Copper-64 - Wikipedia
Copper-64 (64 Cu) is a positron and beta emitting isotope of copper, with applications for molecular radiotherapy and positron emission tomography unusually long half-life (12.7-hours) for a positron-emitting isotope makes it increasingly useful when attached to various ligands, for PET and PET-CT scanning.
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Sep 16, 2022Hypoxia can occur naturally or because of human pollution. In some areas of the Salish Sea, hypoxia naturally occurs in mid-to-late summer when water stratification is greatest. Water stratifies into layers when there are large temperature (and related density) differences between the top and the bottom of the water column.
Benthos - Wikipedia
Benthos (from Ancient Greek βένθος (bénthos) 'the depths (of the sea)'), also known as benthon, is the community of organisms that live on, in, or near the bottom of a sea, river, lake, or stream, also known as the benthic zone. This community lives in or near marine or freshwater sedimentary environments, from tidal pools along the foreshore, out to the continental shelf,
Pharmaceutics | Free Full-Text | Post-Injury Buprenorphine
Sep 28, 2022Traumatic brain injury (TBI) is a major leading cause of death and disability. While previous studies regarding focal pathologies following TBI have been done, there is a lack of information concerning the role of analgesics and their influences on injury pathology. Buprenorphine (Bup), an opioid analgesic, is a commonly used analgesic in experimental TBI
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Disease models & mechanisms 9.6 (2016 Jun 1): 671-84. Hypoxia promotes satellite cell self-renewal and enhances the efficiency of myoblast transplantation. Kuang S Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 104.2 (2007 Jan 9): 537-42.