Trevor W. Stone incorporates Surgery and Gunshot wound in his studies. He merges Randomized controlled trial with Randomization in his study. While working on this project, he studies both Randomization and Randomized controlled trial. The study of Internal medicine is intertwined with the study of Logistic regression in a number of ways. Much of his study explores Logistic regression relationship to Internal medicine. Hip fracture and Dynamic hip screw are two areas of study in which Trevor W. Stone engages in interdisciplinary work. In his works, Trevor W. Stone undertakes multidisciplinary study on Dynamic hip screw and Femur. In his research, Trevor W. Stone undertakes multidisciplinary study on Femur and Hip fracture. His Osteoporosis study frequently draws connections between adjacent fields such as Endocrinology.
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Neuropharmacology of quinolinic and kynurenic acids.
T W Stone.
Pharmacological Reviews (1993)
An iontophoretic investigation of the actions of convulsant kynurenines and their interaction with the endogenous excitant quinolinic acid
M.N. Perkins;T.W. Stone.
Brain Research (1982)
Endogenous kynurenines as targets for drug discovery and development
Stone Tw;Darlington Lg.
Nature Reviews Drug Discovery (2002)
Quinolinic acid: a potent endogenous excitant at amino acid receptors in CNS.
T.W. Stone;M.N. Perkins.
European Journal of Pharmacology (1981)
Physiological roles for adenosine and adenosine 5'-triphosphate in the nervous system.
Antioxidants and fatty acids in the amelioration of rheumatoid arthritis and related disorders.
L. Gail Darlington;Trevor W. Stone.
British Journal of Nutrition (2001)
Activation of brown adipose tissue thermogenesis by the ventromedial hypothalamus
Martin N. Perkins;Nancy J. Rothwell;Michael J. Stock;Trevor W. Stone.
Quinolinic acid and other kynurenines in the central nervous system.
T.W. Stone;J.H. Connick.
Kynurenines in the CNS: from endogenous obscurity to therapeutic importance.
Trevor W Stone.
Progress in Neurobiology (2001)
Tryptophan metabolism and oxidative stress in patients with Huntington's disease.
N. Stoy;G. M. Mackay;C. M. Forrest;J. Christofides.
Journal of Neurochemistry (2005)
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