John G.E. Lewis

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The steroid cortisol is an extensively studied and important variable in developmental and other behavioral studies. Cortisol has been assayed by various methods using a range of substrates including blood, saliva, and urine. Cortisol in blood exists in two forms. While most is bound to carrier proteins, a small portion exists in a soluble free form. The(More)
A common terminology for the external morphological characters of centipedes (Chilopoda) is proposed. Terms are selected from the alternatives used in the English literature, preferring those most frequently used or those that have been introduced explicitly. A total of 330 terms are defined and illustrated, and another ca. 500 alternatives are listed.
Physico-chemical factors can be related to adverse reactions. Their importance is that safer drugs can be made at the stages of design, delivery and metabolism. Introduction There is now much information associating desirable and undesirable actions with chemical structure and constitution and physical properties. Hundreds of thousands of natural and(More)
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