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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.
Because all these bacteria are better suited to collect sunlight than infrared light, the just-discovered microbe's ancestors probably evolved photosynthesis in sunlit regions, says coauthor J.
Study coauthor Shyam Biswal, a toxicologist at Johns Hopkins, points out that free radicals unchecked by antioxidants can cause an overabundance of protein-chopping enzymes called proteases.
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.
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.
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.
They don't claim that Longisquama gave rise to birds, explains coauthor Alan Feduccia of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
Six of the eight monkeys getting the DNA vaccine produced more antibodies than the two getting the commercial vaccine, study coauthor Donald L.
Cengel is the coauthor of the widely adopted textbook Thermodynamics: An Engineering Approach, 4th edition (2002), published by McGraw-Hill.
Men with this variation make ACE, but they nonetheless show a propensity for high blood pressure, says study coauthor Christopher O'Donnell, a cardiovascular epidemiologist at Framingham.
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.
Newburg, a biochemist at Harvard Medical School in Boston and coauthor of the study, which appeared in the April 18 Lancet.
It approached the puzzle from a different angle--whether people carrying the mutation have a family history of the disease--and it focused on a group with different cancer histories, says coauthor Andrew K.
a coauthor of the report who predicts that RPE could be tested in the clinic in human patients within the next two years.
Last May, he expressed regret for his aggressive defense of Thereza Imanishi-Kari, a coauthor on the 1986 Cell paper, which described a surprising immune reaction in mice (SN: 5/11/91, p.