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the levamisole story. 1976827785
deit as an etiological factor in the development of cancers of the colon and rectum. 19751089677
inhibitors of western and venezuelan equine encephalitis viruses in cattle sera from hawaii. 19725061277
external ophthalmomyiasis, a disease established in hawaii.external ophthalmomyiasis, usually caused by the sheep nasal bot fly, oestrus ovis l., is characteristically a benign disorder in humans, but may rarely cause severe complications. it occurs on most of the inhabited hawaiian islands, and is more common than indicated by previously published reports. a typical case is presented along with the fly's life cycle, clinical features, and management.19979077046
patent clash looming over cloning techniques? 19989697758
diversity of marine biotoxins in the near-shore ocean area: presence of a palytoxin-like entity at barber's point harbor, oahu.the presence of palytoxin or palytoxin-like compounds in fish extracts has been presented in this study. the hemolytic assay with sheep erythrocytes demonstrated the occurrence of hemolytic factors in fish extracts of hawaiian reef fish from barber's point, oahu. the rabbit anti-palytoxin inhibition assay with fish extracts and sheep erythrocytes demonstrated that palytoxin or its congener contributed to the lysis of sheep erythrocytes. from these results, it was concluded that sheep erythrocyte ...200111695821
ophthalmomyiasis in hawaii.ophthalmomyiasis is the infestation of the eye by fly larvae. commonly caused by oestrus ovis, a female sheep botfly will accidentally deposit her larvae into a human eye, resulting in disease. prompt recognition and treatment of this condition will improve patient care and reduce potential complications. we report a case of ophthalmomyiasis in a young man from molokai who was infested while unloading a christmas tree.200415124740
limitations to seedling establishment in a mesic hawaiian forest.while invasive species may be visible indicators of plant community degradation, they may not constitute the only, or even the primary, limitation to stand regeneration. we used seed-augmentation and grass-removal experiments under different canopy conditions to assess the relative importance of dispersal limitation, resource availability, and competition on seedling establishment in the understory shrubs sophora chrysophilla, dodonea viscosa, and pipturus albidus in a montane mesic forest in ha ...200616450179
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