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Researcher Profile - Karl-Ludvig Reichelt

RESEARCHER INFORMATION
First Name:Karl-Ludvig
Last Name:Reichelt
Title:Professor
Advanced Degrees:MD, PhD
Affiliation:University of Oslo
Department:Institute of Pediatric Research, Rikshospitalet
Street Address 1:Sognsvannsveien 24
City:Oslo
State/Province:Norway
Zip/Postal Code:N-0027
Country/Territory:Norway
Phone:+47 23 07 29 85
Fax:+ 47 23 07
Email Address: 
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Member reports the following financial or other potential conflicts of interest: [Last Modified: 21 October 2005]

Together with G Bronstad, levanger Hopsital , we are trying to develop a lactobacillus with extremely high peptidase levels and an adhesion factor. This may become useful somtimes in the future in increasing peptide break down in vivo .
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Clinical Interests:
Attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD, ADD) , Schizophrenia, Als and MS, Autism spectrum disorders (pervasive developmental disorders), Depression
Research Focus:
Neurodevelopment, Neurotransmission, Signal transduction, peptides, Chemistry/pharmacology, Neuropathology, Proteomics



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