Harmit Singh

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After spinal cord transection, the generation of stepping depends on neurotransmitter systems entirely contained within the local lumbar spinal cord. Glutamate and glycine likely play important roles, but surprisingly little is known about how the content of these two key neurotransmitters changes to achieve weight-bearing stepping after spinal cord injury.(More)
  • James Wagner, Alok Bhandari, Harmit Singh, Finlay Macritchie
  • 2002
Endocrine-disrupting chemicals (EDCS) constitute an emerging class of microcontaminants in surface waters. Nonylphenol (NP), an estrogenic EDC, has been seen to result from the incomplete biotransformation of alkylphenol-polyethoxylate (APNEO) surfactants in municipal wastewater treatment facilities. Due to its lipophilicity, NP formed in wastewater(More)
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