Two of the families contained identical twins, and only one member of each pair developed Parkinson's disease, report Calne and his coworkers in the August CANADIAN JOURNAL OF NEUROLOGICAL SCIENCES.
What does JNS stand for?
JNS stands for Journal of Neurological Sciences
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We have 26 other meanings of JNS in our Acronym Attic
- Joint National Readership Research (Ireland)
- Joint National Readership Survey (Ireland)
- Japan National Railway Settlement Corporation
- Journal of Nephrology and Renal Transplantation
- Jennings Northwest Regional Utilities (Indiana)
- Journal of the National Religious Vocation Conference (Horizon)
- Jet Needle, Straight Section (carburetor fuel metering rod)
- Jewish News Service (business resource)
- Journal of Namibian Studies
- Journal of Neoplatonic Studies
- Journal of Neurosurgery
- Journal of Nursing Scholarship (Wiley)
- Jump If No Sign
- Justification for New Start
- Narssaq, Greenland (Airport Code)
- Japan National Student Association (now JNSA Fund)
- Japan Network Security Association
- Journal of Neurosurgical Anesthesiology (Society of Neurosurgical Anesthesia and Critical Care)
- Johnson Near Space Center (Kansas)
- JTIDS Network Support Cell
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In addition to recent studies presented at major medical conferences, published peer-reviewed studies include, for example, Journal of Neurological Sciences 2005; 229:147-150, International Journal of Geriatric Psychiatry 2004; 19:327-32; Neuroepidemiology 2004; 23:94-8; Neuron 2004; 41:7-10; Arch Neurol 2000; 57:1439-1443; Lancet 2000; 356:1627-1631; Arch Neurol 2002; 59:223-227; J Gerontol Biol Sci Med Sci 2002;57:M414-M418; and J Am Geriatr Soc 2002;50:1852-1856.
A recent survey of clinicians in England showed that 47% of them favored the use of statins for treating patients at risk for developing cognitive impairment and dementia due to vascular risk factors according to a new study published in the Journal of Neurological Sciences (March 2005; 229-230: 147-150).
Journal of Neurological Sciences, February 1996: Volume 135, pages 118-125) has shown that AD7C was increased in Down syndrome brain.
A report of these studies, which represent the world's first administration of orgotein into the ventricles of the brain, will appear in a forthcoming issue of the Journal of Neurological Sciences.