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a writer who collaborates with others in writing something

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While the percent of articles coauthored is not significantly different for women than men, our analysis indicates that this is because women tend to be employed by larger departments than men, where the probability of finding a suitable coauthor is higher.
This study adds to evidence that raloxifene mimics beneficial effects of estrogen but not deleterious ones, says study coauthor Matthew Freedman, a radiologist at Georgetown.
This apparently happened, says study coauthor Deborah DeFeo-Jones, also a molecular biologist at Merck.
To ensure the greatest benefit, operating sooner is better than later," says study coauthor Michael Eliasziw, a biostatistician at Western Ontario.
Our business case show that the ROI for WiMAX is two to three times better than 3G technologies," stated Bob Larribeau, Principal Analyst at TelecomView and coauthor of this report.
The coauthors of the new paper read much like a Who's Who of the opposing camp, which seeks bird ancestors more ancient than the dinosaurs.
Our business case show that the ROI for WiMAX is significantly better than 3G technologies," stated Bob Larribeau, Principal Analyst at TelecomView and coauthor of this report.
Still unresolved is the question of whether echoviruses contribute to the disease or whether ALS simply makes motor neurons susceptible to invasion by the viruses, says study coauthor Bruno Lina, a virologist at Claude Bernard University.
Cimbala is the coauthor of the textbook Indoor Air Quality Engineering: Environmental Health and Control of Indoor Pollutants (2003), published by Marcel-Dekker, Inc.
The scientists then achieved similar results by giving the mice the substitute enzyme in food, says study coauthor Charles R.
Our forecasts show that WiMAX will be the clear winner amongst the new high-speed wireless technologies," stated Ian Cox, Principal Analyst at TelecomView and coauthor of this report.
That method can result in some false-positive results, which contributed to the contradictory findings that have plagued this research for years, says study coauthor Jurgen Serth, a biochemist at the Medical School of Hannover.
Preschoolers receiving 8 to 10 grams of birch sugar five times each day--in either lozenges or pieces of gum--came, down with fewer middle ear infections over 3 months than playmates who daily received gum sweetened with sucrose and containing only a trace of birch sugar, says study coauthor Matti K.
Herzlinger and her coauthor, Ramin Parsa-Parsi, MD, MPH, urge the same kind of universal access and consumer control in this country, which currently has 45 million citizens uninsured.
Pierce of the USGS in Atlanta, another coauthor of the report.