biol


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biol.

1. biological.
2. biologist.
3. biology.
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As leading innovators in the fight to eliminate the use of illicit drugs in schools, Med Far Biol recently called attention to a disturbing trend in school age children in Mexico.
The potential use of statins to treat Alzheimer's disease (AD) has been widely reported in the peer-reviewed medical literature, both in terms of clinical data, (such as Arch Neurol (2005; 62:1047-51); Neurology (2005; 64:1531-8); Arch Neurol (2005; 62:753-7); J Neurol Sci (2005; 229-230:147-50); Arch Gen Psychiatry (2005; 62:217-24)) and possible mechanisms through which statins may prevent or slow the progression of Alzheimer's disease (such as J Neurosci Res (2005; 82:10-19); J Biol Chem (2005; M505268200); PLoS Med (2005; 2:e18); J Neurosci (2005; 25:299-307)).
Philos Trans R Soc Lond B Biol Sci 2001;356:421-35.
E[acute accent]The potential use of statins to treat Alzheimer's disease has been widely reported in the peer-reviewed medical literature, both in terms of clinical data, (such as Arch Neurol (2005; 62:1047-51); Neurology (2005; 64:1531-8); Arch Neurol (2005; 62:753-7); J Neurol Sci (2005; 229-230:147-50); Arch Gen Psychiatry (2005; 62:217-24)) and possible mechanisms through which statins may prevent or slow the progression of Alzheimer's disease (such as J Neurosci Res (2005; 82:10-19); J Biol Chem (2005; M505268200); PLoS Med (2005; 2:e18); J Neurosci (2005; 25:299-307)).
Psychiatry (2005; 76:1624-1629) Arch Neurol (2005; 62:1047-51); Neurology (2005; 64:1531-8); Arch Neurol (2005; 62:753-7); J Neurol Sci (2005; 229-230:147-50); Arch Gen Psychiatry (2005; 62:217-24)) and possible mechanisms through which statins may prevent or slow the progression of Alzheimer's disease (such as J Neurosci Res (2005; 82:10-19); J Biol Chem (2005; M505268200); PLoS Med (2005; 2:e18); J Neurosci (2005; 25:299-307)).