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JCI stands for Journal of Clinical Investigation

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The research, which appears in the April edition of US-published Journal of Clinical Investigation, demonstrates that THC and related "cannabinoids" appear to be "a new family of potential antitumoral agent.
The research, which appears in the April edition of US-published Journal of Clinical Investigation, demonstrates that THC and related "cannabinoids" appear to be "a new family of potential antitumoral agent.
Carvedilol blocked the receptor more effectively in cells that contained the arg389 variant than in cells that contained gly389, the researchers report in the January Journal of Clinical Investigation.
Schwartz serves on scientific review and advisory panels for several organizations including the NIH and the Diabetes Center at UCSF, among others, and serves on the Editorial Boards of The Journal of Clinical Investigation, Diabetes, Endocrinology, The American Journal of Physiology, Endocrine Reviews and Frontiers in Neuroendocrinology.
However, Shulman and his coauthors argued in the May 2002 Journal of Clinical Investigation that aspirin has too many side effects for long-term use against diabetes: "We would strongly advocate against its use for treatment of type 2 diabetes.
have published in the Journal of Clinical Investigation that a treatment aimed at a mutant protein linked to some inherited forms of amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS, also known as Lou Gehrig's disease) prolongs life in rats that show many features of the disease.
Some of the same scientists report in the August JOURNAL OF CLINICAL INVESTIGATION that they have converted human embryonic stem cells into cardiomyocytes, the muscle cells that drive the beating of the heart.
Publications include, for example, Journal of Alzheimer's Disease (2004; 6(3): 231-42) and (2001; 3: 345-353); Cellular and Molecular Life Sciences (2003; 60: 2679-91) and (2001; 58: 844-849); Alzheimer's Reports (2002; 1: 1-6); Neurology & Clinical Neurophysiology (2002; 1: 2-7); Frontiers in Bioscience (2002; 7:d989-96); Journal of Neuropathology and Experimental Neurology (2001; 60: 195-207) and (1996; 55: 1038-1050); Neurology (2000; 55: 1068) and (2000; 54: 1498-1504); Alzheimer's Reports (2001; 4: 61-65), (2000; 3: 177-184) and (1999; 2: 327-332); Journal of Clinical Laboratory Analysis (1998; 12: 285-288) and (1998; 12: 223-226); Journal of Contemporary Neurology (1998; 4A: 2-6); and Journal of Clinical Investigation (1997; 100: 3093-3104).