John Muller

Srinivas Pentyala2
Sahana Pentyala2
Michelle Meyer1
Einer Elhauge1
2Srinivas Pentyala
2Sahana Pentyala
1Michelle Meyer
1Einer Elhauge
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  • Jeffrey M Skopek, Petrie-Flom Academic, Harvard Law, School J D, School, M Phil +17 others
  • 2015
In this Article, I demonstrate that anonymity has been misconceived as an aspect of privacy, and that understanding this mistake reveals a powerful and underutilized set of legal tools for facilitating and controlling the production of information and other social " goods " (ranging from uncorrupted votes and campaign donations to tissue samples and funding(More)
Recent evidence has suggested that the N-methyl-D-aspartate receptor antagonist ketamine shows significant therapeutic effects in major depression and bipolar disorder. This effect is especially important in treatment-resistant depression and depression with suicidal ideation. In this review we explain the mechanism of action, drug efficacy, and the side(More)
Biological fluid collection to identify and analyze different disease markers is a routine and normal procedure in health care settings. Body fluids are as varied as urine, blood, mucus, cerebrospinal fluid (CSF), tears, semen, etc. The volumes of the collected fluids range from micro liters (e.g., tears, CSF) to tens and hundreds of milliliters (blood,(More)
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