Phil Strong

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THE problem of human atherosclerosis lias stimulated studies ou a variety of experimental animals, most frequently rabbits, rats, dogs, and chickens. These experiments have been concerned primarily with the induction of lipid containing arterial lesions by manipulations of diet or the endocrine system. Many investigators have been reluctant to transfer the(More)
This new book is designed to fill the need for a comprehensive treatise on the subject in which the latest knowledge and progress is recorded. The authors show many new applications in practical science work of the knowledge presented including valuable data on a much neglected phase of human biology. The book is of interest to anato-mists, physical(More)
Influenza virus infection remains a major health concern due to morbidity and mortality associated with epidemics and occasional pandemics. The absence of acquired immunity to antigenically distinct, emerging virus strains stresses the need for a generic drug that protects independent of vaccination. Here, we demonstrate that prophylactic administration of(More)
A dietary requirement is defined as the lowest continuing intake of a nutrient that for a specified indicator of adequacy, will maintain a defined level of nutriture in an individual. An essential dietary component is one that the body cannot synthesize in sufficient quantities to maintain health. Recommended dietary allowances (RDAs) are based on estimates(More)
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