T Tony Trinh

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The mechanisms of hypoxic injury to the developing human brain are poorly understood, despite being a major cause of chronic neurodevelopmental impairments. Recent work in the invertebrate Caenorhabditis elegans has shown that hypoxia causes discrete axon pathfinding errors in certain interneurons and motorneurons. However, it is unknown whether(More)
It is known that the paraventricular hypothalamic nucleus is responsible for some of the stimulatory effects of neuropeptide Y, peptide YY and the pancreatic polypeptides on food intake. However, specific neuropeptide Y Y1 and Y2 receptors were not abundantly expressed in the hypothalamus. In contrast, specific [125I]human pancreatic polypeptide binding(More)
BACKGROUND The population of ex-prisoners returning to their communities is large. Morbidity and mortality is increased during the period following release. Understanding utilization of emergency services by this population may inform interventions to reduce adverse outcomes. We examined Emergency Department utilization among a cohort of recently released(More)
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