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1] Department of Clinical Chemistry Biomedicum, Helsinki University Central Hospital, Helsinki, Finland.
Heikki Peltola of the division of pediatric infectious diseases at Helsinki University Central Hospital and associates conducted a prospective, randomized double-blind trial of bacterial meningitis patients aged 2 months to 16 years from 10 Latin American institutions (Pediatrics 2010; 125:e1-8).
Marjatta Leirisalo-Repo, professor of rheumatology at Helsinki University Central Hospital and the University of Helsinki, said at the annual meeting of the American College of Rheumatology.
Of these, 25 tumors showed evidence of the Cox-2 enzyme, says study coauthor Ari Ristimaki, a physician at Helsinki University Central Hospital.
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To gain a more complete representation of BuV occurrence, we obtained samples retrospectively from routine diagnostics for bacterial and viral gastroenteritis-inducing pathogens (HUSLAB, Helsinki University Central Hospital Laboratory Division, Helsinki, Finland) and analyzed all samples available during the collection periods.
Conducted jointly by the University of Helsinki and the National Institute for Health and Welfare, the 15-year register-based study examined the reproductive health of patients treated at the eating disorder clinic of the Helsinki University Central Hospital in 1995-2010 and a control group.
Expert Testimony: Grants from the Helsinki University Central Hospital Research Fund.
Taina Autti of the Helsinki Medical Imaging Center and Helsinki University Central Hospital.
Excess acetaldehyde in the mouth may explain why alcoholics lacking ALDH-2 have such high rates of cancer of the mouth, throat, and stomach, says study coauthor Mikko Salaspuro of Helsinki University Central Hospital.
This study was supported by the Helsinki University Central Hospital Research and Education Fund, the Sigrid Juselius Foundation, the Medical Society of Finland, the Academy of Finland (projects 1122539), the Research Funds of the University of Helsinki, the Orion-Farmos Research Foundation, the Paulo Foundation, and the Biomedicum Helsinki Foundation.
Niina Sandholm from Helsinki University Central Hospital and Folkhalsan Research Center, in Finland designed a study to detect genetic variants that might predispose diabetic women to kidney failure and identified a genetic variant on chromosome 2 that was linked with kidney failure in women with type 1 diabetes but not in men.
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