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  • Jack Kessler, Dan Hooge
  • 2007
Regulatory activity has been demonstrated in two classes of iodinated organic species: thyroid hormones (T(3) and T(4)) and iodinated lipids (ILs), e.g. 6-iodo-5-hydroxy-8,11,14-eicosatrienoic acid. The formation of iodinated biomolecules requires iodide oxidation. In mammals iodide oxidation is one of several peroxidase-mediated reactions that serve to(More)
  • Jack Kessler
  • 2014
A continuing stream of advances in the neurosciences has dramatically altered long-held beliefs about how the brain works and what goes wrong in disease. The pace at which these advances are being translated into clinical neurology is accelerating rapidly, and it has become progressively more difficult for clinicians to keep abreast of them. The pace and(More)
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