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Diana Palmer, M.D.

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  1. Blake CH, Bloom JS, Starr DL, Falco EE, Skrutskie M, Fenimore EE, Duchêne G, Szentgyorgyi A, Hornstein S, Prochaska JX, McCabe C, Ghez A, Konopacky Q, Stapelfeldt K, Hurley K, Campbell R, Kassis M, Chaffee F, Gehrels N, Barthelmy S, Cummings JR, Hullinger D, Krimm HA, Markwardt CB, Palmer D, Parsons A, McLean K, Tueller J. An infrared flash contemporaneous with the gamma-rays of GRB 041219a. Nature. 2005 May 12; 435(7039):181-4. PMID: 15889085.
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  2. Gaensler BM, Kouveliotou C, Gelfand JD, Taylor GB, Eichler D, Wijers RA, Granot J, Ramirez-Ruiz E, Lyubarsky YE, Hunstead RW, Campbell-Wilson D, van der Horst AJ, McLaughlin MA, Fender RP, Garrett MA, Newton-McGee KJ, Palmer DM, Gehrels N, Woods PM. An expanding radio nebula produced by a giant flare from the magnetar SGR 1806-20. Nature. 2005 Apr 28; 434(7037):1104-6. PMID: 15858566.
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  3. Sleat DE, Gin RM, Sohar I, Wisniewski K, Sklower-Brooks S, Pullarkat RK, Palmer DN, Lerner TJ, Boustany RM, Uldall P, Siakotos AN, Donnelly RJ, Lobel P. Mutational analysis of the defective protease in classic late-infantile neuronal ceroid lipofuscinosis, a neurodegenerative lysosomal storage disorder. Am J Hum Genet. 1999 Jun; 64(6):1511-23. PMID: 10330339.
    Citations: 41     Fields:    Translation:HumansCells
  4. McGeoch JE, Palmer DN. Ion pores made of mitochondrial ATP synthase subunit c in the neuronal plasma membrane and Batten disease. Mol Genet Metab. 1999 Apr; 66(4):387-92. PMID: 10191134.
    Citations: 7     Fields:    Translation:HumansCells
  5. Palmer DA, Bauchner H. Parents’ and physicians’ views on antibiotics. Pediatrics. 1997; 99(6).
  6. Palmer DA, Boardman B, Bauchner H. Sixth and eighth graders and acquired immunodeficiency syndrome: the results of focus group analysis. Journal of Adolescent Health. 1996; 19:297-302.
  7. Palmer DA, Bauchner H. Pediatricians’ Beliefs about Antibiotics. Arch Pediatr Adolesc Med. 1996; 150:P97.
  8. Palmer DA, Bauchner H, Pearson C, Zuckerman K. Parents’ Beliefs about Antibiotics. Arch Pediatr Adolesc Med. 1996; 150:P97.
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