Michael Glazer

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Traumatic brain injury (TBI) and stroke lead to elevated levels of glutamate in the brain that negatively affect the neurological outcomes in both animals and humans. Intravenous administration of glutamate–oxaloacetate transaminase (GOT) and glutamate–pyruvate transaminase (GPT) enzymes can be used to lower the blood glutamate levels and to improve the(More)
  • Julian Addison, Frank Almeida, Vaughn Anthony, Tom Azarovitz, Kathryn Bisack, Ray Bowman +115 others
  • 2013
The objective of the SARC was to provide a thorough technical review of presented analyses for harbor porpoise, black sea bass, summer flounder, Atlantic herring, haddock, Georges Bank cod, Atlantic sea scallops, and winter flounder. In the Consensus Summary of Assessments, the SARC discusses major sources of uncertainties in each assessment and how(More)
During a period of one year naltrexone was given to twenty-nine subjects. Fifteen of these subjects concurrently participated in a comprehensive behavior therapy program. The subjects in this naltrexone/behavior therapy group were maintanine on naltrexone for nearly twice as long as naltrexone group clients who received no therapy. If the chances for(More)
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