Harold Lipton

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Intracerebral injection of mice with Theiler's murine encephalomyelitis virus results in chronic demyelination in susceptible strains, and serves as a model system for the study of multiple sclerosis. The role of individual epitopes in the disease process remains to be elucidated. Random fragments of DNA from the viral capsid protein genome covering the(More)
OBJECTIVES This study examined the referral patterns of rural/remote primary care physicians (PCPs) as well as their needs and interests for further training in child/adolescent mental health. METHODS Surveys were mailed to Canadian rural/remote PCPs requesting participants' demographic information, training and qualifications, referral patterns, and(More)
Adult mice infected intracerebrally (i.c) with the Lansing strain of type 2 human poliovirus (HPV2) failed to develop a systemic neutralizing antibody response until 2 months post-infection (p.i). In contrast, an enzyme-linked immunosorbent assay (ELISA) demonstrated an antibody response of IgM and IgG classes beginning at day 1 p.i. with peak levels(More)
INTRODUCTION Primary Care Physicians (PCP) play a key role in the recognition and management of child/adolescent mental health struggles. In rural and under-serviced areas of Canada, there is a gap between child/adolescent mental health needs and service provision. METHODS From a Canadian national needs assessment survey, PCPs' narrative comments were(More)
OBJECTIVES This article describes the Healthy Minds/Healthy Children Outreach Service (HMHC), an ongoing clinical and educational outreach service which makes use of technology to bridge geographical barriers to help build capacity in front-line professionals to meet children's mental health needs in rural areas. METHOD A description of the HMHC clinical(More)
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