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Magnetic Resonance Spectroscopic Imaging Method to Monitor Progession and Treatment of Neurodegenerative Conditions

A non-invasive longitudinal method that is sensitive and objective for quantifying progressive loss of neurons in normal aging brains and brains that suffer from a neurodegenerative disease is provided. The method also provides clinicians, patients and dr...
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Flagellin As An Immunostimulant

Researchers in Dr. James Swartz’s lab have developed a flagellin array that stimulates stronger and more rapid immune response. Vaccines may be helpful in preventing or treating a variety of diseases; however there are times when it is difficult for a ...
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