Stephanie Allo

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Three processes that have been implicated in ischemic injury are impaired Ca2+ movement, altered osmoregulation, and membrane remodeling. Because the amino acid, taurine, affects all three processes, it seemed logical that changes in the myocardial content of taurine might affect ischemic injury. To test this hypothesis, infarct size and areas at risk were(More)
Interferon (IFN)-alpha is associated with central nervous system (CNS) side effects such as depression and suicide ideation, somnolence, confusion, drowsiness, psychomotor slowing, memory impairment and visual disorientation. More severe complications are uncommon and include frank paranoia, dementia, coma, seizures and neuropathy. With the increasing(More)
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