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More Than Smell-COVID-19 Is Associated With Severe Impairment of Smell, Taste, and Chemesthesis.
Parma V, Ohla K, Veldhuizen MG, Niv MY, Kelly CE, Bakke AJ, Cooper KW, Bouysset C, Pirastu N, Dibattista M, Kaur R, Liuzza MT, Pepino MY, Schöpf V, Pereda-Loth V, Olsson SB, Gerkin RC, Rohlfs Domínguez P, Albayay J, Farruggia MC, Bhutani S, Fjaeldstad AW, Kumar R, Menini A, Bensafi M, Sandell M, Konstantinidis I, Di Pizio A, Genovese F, Öztürk L, Thomas-Danguin T, Frasnelli J, Boesveldt S, Saatci Ö, Saraiva LR, Lin C, Golebiowski J, Hwang LD, Ozdener MH, Guàrdia MD, Laudamiel C, Ritchie M, Havlícek J, Pierron D, Roura E, Navarro M, Nolden AA, Lim J, Whitcroft KL, Colquitt LR, Ferdenzi C, Brindha EV, Altundag A, Macchi A, Nunez-Parra A, Patel ZM, Fiorucci S, Philpott CM, Smith BC, Lundström JN, Mucignat C, Parker JK, van den Brink M, Schmuker M, Fischmeister FPS, Heinbockel T, Shields VDC, Faraji F, Santamaría E, Fredborg WEA, Morini G, Olofsson JK, Jalessi M, Karni N, D'Errico A, Alizadeh R, Pellegrino R, Meyer P, Huart C, Chen B, Soler GM, Alwashahi MK, Welge-Lüssen A, Freiherr J, de Groot JHB, Klein H, Okamoto M, Singh PB, Hsieh JW; GCCR Group Author, Reed DR, Hummel T, Munger SD, Hayes JE. Parma V, et al. Among authors: karni n. Chem Senses. 2020 Oct 9;45(7):609-622. doi: 10.1093/chemse/bjaa041. Chem Senses. 2020. PMID: 32564071 Free PMC article.
Analysis of paraphenylenediamine.
Bellimam MA, Stambouli A, El Karni N, Bouayoun T, El Bouri A. Bellimam MA, et al. Among authors: el karni n. Acta Clin Belg. 2006;61 Suppl 1:41-7. doi: 10.1179/acb.2006.068. Acta Clin Belg. 2006. PMID: 16700150
Corrigendum to: More Than Smell-COVID-19 Is Associated With Severe Impairment of Smell, Taste, and Chemesthesis.
Parma V, Ohla K, Veldhuizen MG, Niv MY, Kelly CE, Bakke AJ, Cooper KW, Bouysset C, Pirastu N, Dibattista M, Kaur R, Liuzza MT, Pepino MY, Schöpf V, Pereda-Loth V, Olsson SB, Gerkin RC, Rohlfs Domínguez P, Albayay J, Farruggia MC, Bhutani S, Fjaeldstad AW, Kumar R, Menini A, Bensafi M, Sandell M, Konstantinidis I, Di Pizio A, Genovese F, Öztürk L, Thomas-Danguin T, Frasnelli J, Boesveldt S, Saatci Ö, Saraiva LR, Lin C, Golebiowski J, Hwang LD, Ozdener MH, Guàrdia MD, Laudamiel C, Ritchie M, Havlícek J, Pierron D, Roura E, Navarro M, Nolden AA, Lim J, Whitcroft KL, Colquitt LR, Ferdenzi C, Brindha EV, Altundag A, Macchi A, Nunez-Parra A, Patel ZM, Fiorucci S, Philpott CM, Smith BC, Lundström JN, Mucignat C, Parker JK, van den Brink M, Schmuker M, Fischmeister FPS, Heinbockel T, Shields VDC, Faraji F, Santamaría E, Fredborg WEA, Morini G, Olofsson JK, Jalessi M, Karni N, D'Errico A, Alizadeh R, Pellegrino R, Meyer P, Huart C, Chen B, Soler GM, Alwashahi MK, Welge-Lüssen A, Freiherr J, de Groot JHB, Klein H, Okamoto M, Singh PB, Hsieh JW; GCCR Group Author, Reed DR, Hummel T, Munger SD, Hayes JE. Parma V, et al. Among authors: karni n. Chem Senses. 2021 Jan 1;46:bjab050. doi: 10.1093/chemse/bjab050. Chem Senses. 2021. PMID: 34879393 Free PMC article. No abstract available.
The best COVID-19 predictor is recent smell loss: a cross-sectional study.
Gerkin RC, Ohla K, Veldhuizen MG, Joseph PV, Kelly CE, Bakke AJ, Steele KE, Farruggia MC, Pellegrino R, Pepino MY, Bouysset C, Soler GM, Pereda-Loth V, Dibattista M, Cooper KW, Croijmans I, Di Pizio A, Ozdener MH, Fjaeldstad AW, Lin C, Sandell MA, Singh PB, Brindha VE, Olsson SB, Saraiva LR, Ahuja G, Alwashahi MK, Bhutani S, D'Errico A, Fornazieri MA, Golebiowski J, Hwang LD, Öztürk L, Roura E, Spinelli S, Whitcroft KL, Faraji F, Fischmeister FPS, Heinbockel T, Hsieh JW, Huart C, Konstantinidis I, Menini A, Morini G, Olofsson JK, Philpott CM, Pierron D, Shields VDC, Voznessenskaya VV, Albayay J, Altundag A, Bensafi M, Bock MA, Calcinoni O, Fredborg W, Laudamiel C, Lim J, Lundström JN, Macchi A, Meyer P, Moein ST, Santamaría E, Sengupta D, Domínguez PP, Yanık H, Boesveldt S, de Groot JHB, Dinnella C, Freiherr J, Laktionova T, Mariño S, Monteleone E, Nunez-Parra A, Abdulrahman O, Ritchie M, Thomas-Danguin T, Walsh-Messinger J, Al Abri R, Alizadeh R, Bignon E, Cantone E, Cecchini MP, Chen J, Guàrdia MD, Hoover KC, Karni N, Navarro M, Nolden AA, Mazal PP, Rowan NR, Sarabi-Jamab A, Archer NS, Chen B, Di Valerio EA, Feeney EL, Frasnelli J, Hannum M, Hopkins C, Klein H, Mignot C, Mucignat C, Ning Y, Ozturk EE, Peng M, Saatci O, Sell EA, Yan CH, Alfaro R, Cecchetto C, Coureaud G, Herriman RD, Justice JM, Kaushik PK, Koyama S, Overdevest JB, Pirastu N, Ramirez VA, Roberts SC, Smith BC, Cao H, Wang H, Balungwe P, Baguma M, Hummel T, Hayes JE, Reed DR, Niv MY, Munger SD, Parma V. Gerkin RC, et al. Among authors: karni n. medRxiv. 2020 Jul 28:2020.07.22.20157263. doi: 10.1101/2020.07.22.20157263. Preprint. medRxiv. 2020. PMID: 32743605 Free PMC article.
Caffeine withdrawal increases lithium blood levels.
Mester R, Toren P, Mizrachi I, Wolmer L, Karni N, Weizman A. Mester R, et al. Among authors: karni n. Biol Psychiatry. 1995 Mar 1;37(5):348-50. doi: 10.1016/0006-3223(94)00243-V. Biol Psychiatry. 1995. PMID: 7748990 No abstract available.
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