Dr James Morris and Dr Linda Harrison.

These points The new science of proteomics offers techniques to detect bacterial protein in human body fluids, and this is the next logical step in the investigation SIDS. .. Dr James Morris and Dr Linda Harrison, Royal Infirmary, Lancaster, contributed a concomitant commentary in which they observe. Promise of this kind of research for the prevention of SUDI in the future Recent studies show that death in SUDI is often looked up quickly, with transition from being and death in less than an hour in many cases. If bacteria play a role, to direct action of bacterial toxins on cardiorespiratory or neural control.

Either S. Aureus or E. Coli was present significantly. More cultures from infants whose deaths were unexplained than those whose deaths from non-infectious causes . This suggests that the unexplained SUDI cases these bacteria could be assigned. Particular Finally 11 percent from the isolates of the non-infectious group also group were 2 pathogens may of a positive of a positive culture should be sufficient to implicate infection as cause of death in any given case.Malcolm Grant, UCL Provost, Dr. Of scientific results into new medicines is one of the main goals of Wolfson Institute for Biomedical Research, and the early success of this project, the meaning of of collaborative research among scientists and Clinical stresses in the achievement this goal the practical use of UCL research is one. By this of this University .

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