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From the Fort Worth Business Press
Dr. Janice Knebl was quoted in a news brief about an Alzheimer’s study currently seeking research subjects. The study is being conducted by the Texas Alzheimer’s Research Consortium. The research will explore how genetics and inflammatory changes in the blood affect onset of this disease.
Two articles which previously appeared in the weekly paper were revised and reprinted in Research Texas, Inc., a special supplement to the Business Press published twice a year. Both the recent articles about Ignacy Gryczynski’s, PhD, and Karol Gryczynski’s, PhD, work in fluorescence technology and about the DNA lab were used in the publication.
The murderer of former Texas College of Osteopathic Medicine student Kathryn Munroe, who was killed near her home in August 1982, was identified through a DNA match recently. The article on the front page of the April 25 edition named Lucky Odom, a convicted burglar now in a Florida prison, as Kathryn’s killer. Read the article here.
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