Sonalee Majumdar

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BACKGROUND People with schizophrenia exhibit reduced ability to detect change in the auditory environment, which has been linked to abnormalities in N-methyl-D-aspartate (NMDA) receptor-mediated glutamate neurotransmission. This ability to detect changes in stimulus qualities can be measured with electroencephalography using auditory event-related(More)
hyaline articular cartilage is composed of a few chondrocytes surrounded by a large extracellular matrix (ECM). The ECM is composed primarily by water and two groups of macromolecules: proteoglycan (PG) and collagen fibers. These macromolecules in the ECM restrict the motion of water protons. Changes to the ECM, are said to precede morphological changes in(More)
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