Stephen A. Reynolds

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The discovery of embryonic halos around uranium-rich sites that exhibit very high (238)U/(206)Pb ratios suggests that uranium introduction may have occurred far more recently than previously supposed. The discovery of (210)Po halos derived from uranium daughters, some elliptical in shape, further suggests that uranium-daughter infiltration occurred prior to(More)
Current evidence has demonstrated that cholesteryl ester-loaded macrophages are important components of the atherosclerotic lesion. Additional studies have implicated low density lipoproteins (LDL) and circulating monocytes as central to the origin of lipid-laden foam cells found in the arterial wall. This is a result of the finding of accelerated(More)
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