In a study published online on 17 March in the run of the 1 April print issue of the Journal of Clinical Investigation, describe Colin Funk and colleagues from the University of Pennsylvania a new mouse model that mimics the effects of low-dose aspirin to explore how such therapy would impact blood clotting and reproductive functions.
Of the 236 workers were tested , 62 , pleural plaques, or scarring of the chest wall lining. The incidence was as high as 44.1 % in workers with the largest and heaviest exposure to the vermiculite ore. The proportion of workers with pleural plaques was 5.1 % in those with the lowest levels of exposure.Botulism is a rare but fatal form to the of food poisoning by consumption of by eating small amount of Botulinum neurotoxin. That botulinum neurotoxin is the most potent toxin is known, and the consumption less than 0.01 g of a food in which C. Botulinum is grown lead in botulism.
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