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The effects of short-term VPA exposure on placental compound carrier expression were examined in this study.
The investigators concluded that these findings should help to identify targets for intervention to reduce the overall time to treatment in this population.
The investigators sought to compare NfL and tau as blood biomarkers for acute SRC and to establish whether their concentrations at various time points following the injury are linked to prolonged time to return to play.
Risk factors for all study participants were calculated on the basis of the following factors known to be previously linked to PD risk: total caffeine intake, smoking, physical activity, and family history of PD.
Researchers explored potential sex-based differences in ranking at academic neurology programs.
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