Ross Milam

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Exposure to androgens during prenatal development shapes both physiological and behavioral developmental trajectories. Notably, in rhesus macaques, prenatal androgen exposure has been shown to increase rough-and-tumble play, a prominent behavioral feature in males during the juvenile period in primates. While macaques are an Old World, polygamous species(More)
The effect of a nutritionally complete liquid-formula diet without soy polysaccharide or with the fiber source at 20, 30, or 40 g/d on mineral retention in young men was examined. Addition of 20 g soy polysaccharide to the liquid formula significantly (p less than 0.05) improved the retentions of copper, iron, zinc, and magnesium over the diet without added(More)
An unbalanced microbiome may lead to disease by creating aberrant immune responses. A recent association of cellular rejection with the development of interstitial fibrosis and tubular atrophy (IFTA) suggests the role of immune-mediated tissue injury. We hypothesized that developing IFTA correlates with altered urinary tract microbiomes (UMBs). UMBs at two(More)
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