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The identification of a nuclear gene defect in a woman with mitochondrial disease allows reliable estimation of the risk of inheritance of the disease, relieving the unnecessary stress that all her children will be at risk of develop...
Thesis title: "Identification and Characterization of Stress-Activated Signaling Networks in Primary Human Keratinocytes".
Receptors and ion channels advancing cardiac adaptation to adrenergic stress.
Clinical Studies See my clinical studies PUBLICATIONS See my publications PROFESSIONAL DETAILS Primary Appointment Consultant, Division of Cardiovascular Imaging and Stress Testing, Department of Cardiovascular Diseases Academic Rank...
Joyner and his team study how the nervous system regulates blood pressure, heart rate and metabolism in response to these forms of stress.
relative survival data to derive age- and sex-specific prevalence rates for any disease Modeling obesity prevalence in Olmsted County in Minnesota and developing the ability to estimate its impact on various diseases for which incidence series are av...
Methodologies include orthostatic stress, electrophysiologic evaluation, vascular reactivity (ultrasound imaging), spectral analysis, impedance cardiography and pharmacological dissections of clinical and basic neurovascular physiolo...
Passos' research has shown that telomeres can sense stress and become irreparably damaged during aging in a variety of tissues and age-related diseases.
Yamada include cardiac stress adaptation and cardiac clinical pharmacology.
The laboratory is studying one of these transcripts because it appears to be stress-responsive, and its expression is inactivated in most breast cancers studied.
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