Lynne Bettinger

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BACKGROUND Methamphetamine is a psychomotor stimulant with abuse liability and a substrate for catecholamine uptake transporters. Acute methamphetamine elevates extracellular dopamine, which in the midbrain can activate D2 autoreceptors to increase a G-protein gated inwardly rectifying potassium (GIRK) conductance that inhibits dopamine neuron firing. These(More)
  • D S Alberts, J Einspahr, +11 authors L Clark
  • Cancer epidemiology, biomarkers & prevention : a…
  • 1997
Colorectal cancers continue as the second most common cause of death from cancer in the United States. Only a few prospective, randomized clinical trials have been performed to evaluate the potential preventive effects of dietary fiber or calcium in patients with an increased risk for the development or recurrence of colorectal cancer. We designed and(More)
One case of small bowel polypoid hemangioma of the jejunum presenting as recurrent gastrointestinal blood loss is reported. The presenting symptoms and diagnostic methods are discussed. The importance of intraoperative enteroscopy in diagnosing and treating this condition is emphasized.
1. "Association" neurons in the posterior middle suprasylvian gyrus of cat were found to be predominantly polysensory, with 82% of the units in the chloralose-anesthetized preparation responding to auditory, visual, and somatic stimuli. There was no evidence of response differentiation associated with cortical depth distribution. Most units responded with a(More)
Select at random an issue of American Antiquity from the past 15 years. Chances are good that you will find at least one article or report in the table of contents that focuses on the archaeology of California. Recent research in the Golden State and adjacent regions has been highly influential in two main areas: the archaeology of prehistoric(More)
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