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African pygmy hedgehogs have been implicated in human salmonellosis cases in the United States and Canada (38).
Most mammalian cells function on an approximate 24-hour cell cycle, and the circadian clock has been implicated in regulating the phases of cell division.
and two friends--who as of press time had not been implicated in the murder--later encountered Martinez while they drove past Montezuma-Cortez High School, where Martinez had been a student and which was near Martinez's home.
Elixir is also actively pursuing drug discovery efforts focused on other key targets, such as AMP-activated kinase (AMPK) and the INDY gene, both of which have been implicated in the regulation of aging and metabolism in a variety of organisms.
Although Rhipicephalus (Boophilus) microplus, the tropical/southern cattle tick, and Rhipicephalus sanguineus, the brown dog tick, are widespread in the Caribbean (24), they have not been implicated as vectors of R.
No Ralphs officials have been implicated, but Mrozek said individuals could be charged in the future.
Ongoing projects include epidemiologic and clinical investigations of risk factors and the development of animal and cellular models to examine the interaction of candidate neurotoxicants with signaling pathways and molecules that have been implicated in autism.
Repeated trauma has been implicated as a cause of pyogenic granuloma, and this is consistent with our patient's long history of nasogastric intubation.
Acetylcholine and its chemical precursors have been implicated in the memory loss associated with diseases of aging, such as Alzheimer's disease, says Gray, but the clinical effectiveness of drugs that alter acetylcholine levels has not been clearly demonstrated.
Particularly, CTGF has also been implicated as a central factor in the pathogenesis of micro- and macrovascular complications of diabetes1-3:
While cross-contamination by common wash buckets has not been implicated in an outbreak of a parasitic infection, it has been linked to outbreaks of other infectious agents (7,8).
Although pollution exposures have been indicated for some types of cardiovascular diseases, many other environmental risk factors, including lifestyle and obesity, have been implicated as contributing causes.