Dr. Amanda Whiting practices Occupational Medicine in WOLFEBORO, NH. Dr. Whiting evaluates the interaction between work and health. Occupational medicine physicians have general knowledge of worksite operations and are familiar with the toxic properties of materials used by employees and the potential hazards and stressors of work processes; in addition to being qualified to determine an employees physical and emotional fitness for work; diagnosing and treating occupational diseases; handling work related injuries; and having an understanding of rehabilitation methods, health education techniques, sanitation, and workers compensation laws.
- Relationship between DNA adduct levels, repair enzyme, and apoptosis as a function of DNA methylation by azoxymethane.
- Affinity biosensor for avidin using a double functionalized dendrimer monolayer on a gold electrode.
- Dietary fish oil reduces O6-methylguanine DNA adduct levels in rat colon in part by increasing apoptosis during tumor initiation.
- Functionalization of a poly(amidoamine) dendrimer with ferrocenyls and its application to the construction of a reagentless enzyme electrode.
- Differential gene expression of livers from ApoE deficient mice.
- Anatomical site-specific response to DNA damage is related to later tumor development in the rat azoxymethane colon carcinogenesis model.
- Time- and spectral-domain evolution of subpicosecond pulses in semiconductor optical amplifiers.
- [Congenital nasopharyngeal teratoma: report of a case and review of the literature].
- [Relapsing polychondritis: report of a case and review of the literature].
- Relationship among colonocyte proliferation, differentiation, and apoptosis as a function of diet and carcinogen.
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