Why to Submit Your Paper to PHYSIOLOGICAL GENOMICS

submitted by: pgeditor

Editor-in-Chief of Physiological Genomics, Andrew S. Greene, Ph.D., discusses why authors should publish their research in Physiological Genomics, a Journal of the American Physiological Society.

Inguinal hernia repair without mesh-New technique

submitted by: desarda
“Complete cure from groin hernia is now possible with Dr.Desarda's inguinal hernia repair technique.......” Mesh is a foreign body. Therefore, its use in hernia repairs is known to cause all sorts of complications like pain, recurrence, infection etc. We have developed an innovative new technique of inguinal hernia repair without mesh. It uses your own body muscle for repair and gives virtually complete cure from inguinal hernia problem. An undetached strip of the external oblique...

A Genomic Encyclopedia of Bacteria and Archaea (GEBA) and the Search for the Dark Matter of the Biological Universe

submitted by: dougramsey
There is a glaring gap in microbial genome sequence availability – the currently available genome sequences show a highly biased phylogenetic distribution compared to the extent of microbial diversity known today. This bias has resulted in major limitations in our knowledge of microbial genome complexity and our understanding of the evolution, physiology and metabolic capacity of microbes. Although there have been small efforts in sequencing genomes from across the tree of life for...

Is there preferential loss of aortic baroreceptor C-fibre activity during the development of atherosclerosis?

submitted by: Mike_Turner

Michael Turner shares his poster presentation at the Experimental Biology 2008 conference.

Resident cardiac mast cells contribute to ischemia-reperfusion injury in the isolated, perfused mouse heart

submitted by: trork314

Tyler Rork shares his poster presentation at the Experimental Biology 2008 conference

The exercise pressor reflex in hypertensive humans

submitted by: msausen

Mark Sausen shares his poster presentation at the Experimental Biology 2008 conference.

Inhibition of biliverdin reductase increases angiotensin II-mediated superoxide production in thick ascending loop of Henle cells

submitted by: scivee-team

Shelby Young shares her poster presentation at the Experimental Biology 2008 conference

Gender differences in the effects of antenatal betamethasome exposure on renal function in adult sheep

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Lijun Tang shares his poster presentation at the Experimental Biology 2008 conference.