Jacob F Brewer

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Aflatoxins belong to a family of decaketides that are produced as secondary metabolites by Aspergillus flavus and A. parasiticus. The aflatoxin biosynthetic pathway involves several enzymatic steps that appear to be regulated by the afl2 gene in A. flavus and the apa2 gene in A. parasiticus. Several lines of evidence indicate that these two genes are(More)
  • J F Brewer
  • Complementary therapies in nursing & midwifery
  • 1999
This paper outlines the history and highlights the uses of graphology in the health and educational setting. Graphology can be a useful tool in spotting health problems before they become too severe, and is excellent at identifying stress in the individual. Valuable insights into people's characters can be gained allowing a better understanding of ourselves(More)
To examine the effects of forced expiration (FE), forced inspiration (FI), grunting (GR), and valsalva maneuver (VM), on air volume, maximum force production, and muscle recruitment during a simulated forehand stroke in collegiate tennis players. Superficial electrodes were placed over the anterior deltoid, pectoralis major, rectus abdominis, lumbar and(More)
  • J F Brewer
  • Complementary therapies in nursing & midwifery
  • 1998
This article explores Guzzetta's (1988) notion that musical vibrations that are in tune with our human vibratory pattern could have a profound healing effect on the entire body. The question of why music therapy works for some and not others is addressed in the paper and solutions are offered. Central to utilizing therapeutic music and healing sounds with(More)
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