In mice and humans, tissue distribution analysis showed that GNAQ and GNAH
were co-expressed in the liver, heart, muscle, spleen, adipose tissue, brain, and uterus (Chen et al., 2008).
A useful overview of success basics and benefits in sustaining Networks was provided by Gnahs
of the German Institute for Adult Education, which was included in Inform (January 2010: 7).
However, research indicates that the participation rate of older employees in training and development measures is significantly lower than the participation rate of younger workers (Kuwan, Thebis, Gnahs
, Sandau & Seidel, 2003).