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This study further validates the theory that gut inflammation could drive Parkinson’s pathogenesis, says Madelyn Houser, a graduate student in neuroscientist Malú Tansey’s lab at Emory University.
The animal model also has been used to test vaccines, drugs, and pathogenesis of the disease.
Now, at 56, Taubenberger is the chief of the viral pathogenesis and evolution section of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, the NIH agency that Fauci heads.
El Modena High School Major: molecular and cell biology (immunology and pathogenesis); Minor: public health, $ Why this school?
Distinct microbial lifestyles – pathogenesis or biofilm formation – are believed to be triggered by autoinducers.
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