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scabies in zimbabwe rhodesia: distribution on the human body and the efficacy of lindane and permethrin as scabicides. 197991446
[experimental study of amino acid metabolism in the course of an autoimmune process induced by exposure to the gamma isomer of hexachlorocyclohexane]. 197991545
evaluation of a "nude" mouse-human tumor panel as a predictive secondary screen for cancer chemotherapeutic agents.nine established human melanoma tissue-cultured cell lines heterotransplanted in c57bl/6 "nude" mice were exposed to each of 4 chemotherapeutic agents of known clinical activity against human melanoma. two of the therapeutic agents, 1,3-bis(2-chloroethyl)-1-nitrosourea (bcnu) and 5-(3,3-dimethyl-1-triazino) imidazole-4-carboxamide (dtic), are known to be active against human melanoma; the other two, adriamycin and 5-azacytidine, are known to be inactive. sterile saline served as a control agent. ...197991697
resonance raman spectroscopy of chlorophyll-protein complexes.resonance raman spectra of chlorophyll a (chl a) and of chl b were selectively obtained, at low temperature, from chlorophyll-protein complexes prepared from green and blue-green algae and from higher plants. antenna chl a in the chl a-p700-protein complexes (cp i) and in the light-harvesting chl a/b-protein complexes (cp ii gives resonance raman spectra extremely close in all their features to those previously obtained from intact cells and chloroplasts. in particular, the same multiplicity of ...1978110567
[cardiac arrhythmia in dogs under the action of adrenaline and difluorodichloromethane (fc 12)].inhalation of gas mixtures containing different concentrations of fc 12 by anesthetized and normally oxygenated dogs produces blood levels of fc 12 which are stable and proportional to the rate of fc 12 in the mixture. from the arterial concentration of 40 microgram/ml fc 12 (5 % fc 12 mixture) and over, fc 12 alone causes effects proportional to doses: arterial pressure decrease with tachycardia. at high rates of fc 12 tachypnoea and slight morphological alterations of the electrocardiogram can ...1977148958
proceedings: cyclic amp in developing chick brain: changes with ischaemia and catecholamine administration. 1975167897
[gastroenteritis due to rotavirus and spreading of the infection through the hospital]. 1977195230
[prenatal cytomegalic inclusion disease]. 1977201175
inhibition by ca2+ of the adenosine 3' :5'-cyclic monophosphate-stimulated phosphorylation of proteins in membranes from ox neurohypophyseal secretosomes. 1979216578
[bcg vaccination]. 1979314911
the effect of amino acids, carbohydrate and fat emulsion on the metabolism in gastrectomized patients.nitrogen balance and other metabolic activity can be maintained by adequate calorie and protein supply during immediate postgastrectomy period. despite high intake of protein, great loss of nitrogen seems to occur in urine during infusion with polyalcohol sugars as compared with natural sugars, e.g., glucose, fructose and maltose. the best utilization of amino acids resulting in positive nitrogen balance and energy utilization were shown to be achieved by combined use of intralipid, glucose, mal ...1977404454
purification of cross-reacting protein antigen shared by yersinia enterocolitica and other gram-negative bacteria with monoclonal antibody.a monoclonal antibody against the yersinia enterocolitica 60-kilodalton (kda) antigen, designated cross-reacting protein antigen (crpa), was obtained by cell fusion. the crpa common to gram-negative bacteria was purified from y. enterocolitica by the affinity chromatography with the monoclonal antibody (igg1) thus obtained. the purified crpa showed a single band of 60 kda in sds-polyacrylamide gel electrophoresis (sds-page), and reacted with rabbit antisera against y. enterocolitica, vibrio chol ...19892779474
purification of cross-reacting protein antigen shared by yersinia enterocolitica and other gram-negative bacteria with monoclonal antibody.a monoclonal antibody against the yersinia enterocolitica 60-kilodalton (kda) antigen, designated cross-reacting protein antigen (crpa), was obtained by cell fusion. the crpa common to gram-negative bacteria was purified from y. enterocolitica by the affinity chromatography with the monoclonal antibody (igg1) thus obtained. the purified crpa showed a single band of 60 kda in sds-polyacrylamide gel electrophoresis (sds-page), and reacted with rabbit antisera against y. enterocolitica, vibrio chol ...19892779474
detection of hemagglutination-inhibiting antibodies in patients with nephropathia epidemica and korean hemorrhagic fever by using puumala virus cell culture antigen. 19862871114
management of tuberculous pericarditis.the cases of 17 patients with tuberculous pericarditis were reviewed. thirteen patients had effusive pericarditis, and 10 had surgical drainage of the effusion. no deaths were due to pericardial tamponade; this appears to be related to earlier recognition of major pericardial effusions by echocardiography. in 2 patients clinical evidence of pericardial constriction developed while they were on a regimen of therapy, and in another 2 patients, echocardiography revealed pericardial thickening after ...19873109338
improved determination of cadmium in blood and plasma by flameless atomic absorption spectroscopy. 19863697525
the human red cell sialoglycoprotein, glycophorin a: biosynthesis, glycosylation and interaction with external ligands. 19883053409
epidermal growth factor exerts neuronotrophic effects on dopaminergic and gabaergic cns neurons: comparison with basic fibroblast growth factor.basic fibroblast growth factor (bfgf) and epidermal growth factor (egf) have been described to exert neuronotrophic effects on central nervous system neurons in culture. to study the selectivity of trophic actions of these growth factors, neurotransmitter-identified populations of embryonic rat mesencephalon were used. at 20 days in vitro, egf (3 ng/ml) promoted survival and neurite outgrowth from these neurons. the neuritogenic effect of bfgf (3 ng/ml) was, however, more robust. quantitative an ...19911800771
[scanning electron microscopic study of female bovicola caprae and b. limbata (mallophaga) of capra hircus]. 19854003848
enzymatic synthesis and rapid translocation of phosphatidylcholine by two methyltransferases in erythrocyte membranes.the synthesis of phosphatidylcholine from phosphatidylethanolamine is carried out by two methyltransferases in erythrocyte membranes. the first enzyme uses phosphatidylethanolamine as a substrate, requires mg2+, and has a high affinity for methyl donor, s-adenosyl-l-methionine. the second enzyme methylates phosphatidyl-n-monomethylethanolamine to phosphatidylcholine and has a low affinity for s-adenosyl-l-methionine. the first enzyme is localized on the cytoplasmic side of the membrane and the s ...1978276878
letter: confirmation of antenatally detected trisomy-d from saline aborted products of conception. 19744132489
modification of cell membranes with viral envelopes during fusion cells with hvj (sendai virus). ii. effects of pretreatment with a small number of hvj. 1975169134
[morphology and histochemistry of arteriae helicinae (mouse)]. 1978154788
importance of neutralizers in the stripping fluid in a simulated healthcare personnel handwash.the food and drug administration (fda) healthcare personnel handwash procedure allows for the use of a non-neutralizing stripping fluid after washing with an antimicrobial handwash product. the antimicrobial in the handwash product can remain active up until the time of neutralization or plating. a modified healthcare personnel handwash procedure using a pigskin substrate and a 4% chlorhexidine gluconate handwash product was used to demonstrate the need for a neutralizer in the stripping fluid. ...19902258600
a study of brain capillary proliferation in various periods of postnatal life by menas of the lead method. 19714106846
optimizing thermal and radiation effects for bacterial inactivation. 19705000751
[changes in reactivity of rat visual system during wake-sleep cycle].the changes in amplitude of primary responses evoked at cortical level by paired pulses delivered into the optic nerve, have been statistically compared during seven stages of sleep and wakefulness. results are in agreement with changes in reactivity observed by other authors in the cat; an unexpected but significant decrease in reactivity has however been obtained during eyemovements when compared with other periods of paradoxical sleep.1975126727
the effect of a goitrogen on the duration of parturition in sows. 197992887
l-dihydroxyphenylalanine: effect on levels of free amino acids in rat liver. 19744438317
infectivity and natural transmission of the bacterium streptococcus mutans in monkeys (macaca fascicularis) at different ages.oral inoculation of adolescent monkeys with laboratory strains of streptococcus mutans resulted in only sporadic implantation. oral colonization of all strains, except possibly one, was not enhanced by dietary sucrose compared with glucose nor by precleaning of accessible tooth surfaces. infant animals were more susceptible to implantation by laboratory-maintained strains of strep. mutans than adolescent or adult animals. this difference was magnified when in-vivo maintained strep. mutans strain ...19853857904
isolation and characterization of rat 1 -fetoprotein. 19724624139
cerebral perfusion pressure: a hemodynamic mechanism of mannitol and the postmannitol hemogram.sixteen patients each received infusions of 1 g of mannitol per kg over 5 to 10 minutes, and serial determinations of intracranial pressure (icp), systemic arterial blood pressure (sabp), central venous pressure, cerebral perfusion pressure (cpp), hematocrit, hemoglobin, serum na+, k+, osmolarity, and fluid balance were carried out for 4 hours. urine output was replaced volume for volume with 5% dextrose in 0.45% nacl solution. we tested the hypothesis that patients with high (greater than or eq ...20103116451
cytochemical demonstration of nucleoside phosphatase activity in myelinated nerve fibers of the rat. 19694309714
histamine-induced hydrolysis of polyphosphoinositides in guinea-pig ileum and brain.the effect of histamine and the h1-selective agonist, 2-pyridylethylamine, on the accumulation of inositol monophosphate (insp), inositol bisphosphate (insp2) and inositol trisphosphate (insp3) has been examined in lithium-treated slices of guinea-pig cerebellum and ileal smooth muscle. following 45 min incubation, histamine produced a large accumulation of [3h]insp and a smaller accumulation of [3h]insp2 and [3h]insp3 in both tissues. in cerebellar slices all three responses to histamine were p ...19863732381
note for guidance. guidelines for minimizing the risk of transmitting agents causing spongiform encephalopathy via medicinal products. committee for proprietary medicinal products: ad hoc working party on biotechnology/pharmacy and working party on safety medicines. 19921389111
effects of dietary nickel and protein on growth, nitrogen metabolism and tissue concentrations of nickel, iron, zinc, manganese and copper in calves.thirty male calves were used in a 2 x 3 factorial arrangement of treatments to determine the effects of dietary nickel and protein on performance, urease activity and tissue concentrations of nickel, iron, zinc, copper and manganese. protein levels evaluated were 10.0, 12.25 and 14.5%, and nickel was supplemented at a level of 0 or 5 mg/kg of diet. nickel did not affect growth during the 140-d study but tended to increase efficiency of gain in calves fed 14.5% protein. rumen fluid urease activit ...19863772517
[local tumor expansion of carcinoma and carcinoma recurrence in the operated stomach]. 1992195176
aneurysm rupture secondary to transcatheter embolization.false aneurysms of the pancreatic and peripancreatic arteries are a well recognized complication of chronic pancreatitis due to proteolytic enzymatic digestion of the arterial wall. these false aneurysms can be a source of life-threatening hemorrhage. three cases are reported in which attempted embolizations of these bleeding aneurysms resulted in rupture into the gastrointestinal tract. special precautions should be taken in such a procedure because of the inherent weakness of the aneurysmal wa ...1998106684
[conspicuous accumulation of membranous glomerulonephritis following gold therapy in chronic polyarthritis--a side effect of a new preparation?].the development of severe proteinuria or nephrotic syndrome as an adverse reaction to gold therapy in rheumatoid arthritis is well known. morphologic examination reveals membranous glomerulonephritis in almost all cases. since the beginning of 1978 there has been a striking increase in the number of such cases seen at this institute. 5 patients aged from 17 to 65 years who had been treated with sodium aurothiomalate for rheumatoid arthritis developed severe proteinuria. in all cases only minimal ...1998106466
[treatment of early post-infarction ventricular aneurysms by assisted circulation and surgery].ventricular aneurysm formation in the 3 months following transmural myocardial infarction is rare but may cause serious complications. cardiac failure and/or ventricular arrhythmias resistant to medical treatment are indications for ventricular resection. the operative mortality is high in this group of patients. 8 patients with ventricular aneurysms of average volume (124 +/- 117 ml/m2) and very impaired left ventricular function (ef : 21 +/- 10%, akinesia : 53 +/- 10%) were operated on with tw ...1998106796
use of a stable fluorescent reagent, 2-methoxy-2,4-diphenyl-3(2h)-furanone, for the visualization and purification of myelin proteins. 1998107274
bone-marrow aplasia and primary rubella infection. 199991065
combined use of guar and acarbose in reduction of postprandial glycaemia.symptoms associated with carbohydrate malabsorption limit the usefulness to diabetics of a powerful glycoside-hydrolase inhibitor (acarbose) which reduces postprandial glycaemia. addition of a low dose (50 mg) of a acarbose together with 14.5 g guar gum to a breakfast test meal taken by 8 healthy volunteers reduced the mean peak rise in blood-glucose at 30 min by 70%. areas under the insulin and gastrointestinal-polypeptide response curves were also greatly reduced. no evidence of carbohydrate m ...199991023
fatal asthma. 199990979
[dacarbazin -- therapy of metastazising malignant melanoma (author's transl)].surgery has continuously improved the prognosis of malignant melanoma but not in case of metastases. widespread metastases are only accessible to palliative chemotherapy. this paper deals with therapy by dacarbazin in 19 patients suffering from metastazising malignant melanoma. dacarbazin increases our limited feasibilities in treating advanced malignant melanoma.200092112
obesity: a new social policy perspective. 2000101474
effects of graded doses of alcohol upon esophageal motor function.twenty-nine normal volunteers were subjected to manometric studies before and after intraesophageal infusion of 100-proof alcohol at doses of 80, 120, 160, and 200 ml, corresponding to 31.6, 47.4, 63.2, and 79.0 g, respectively, administered over a 15-min interval on separate days. corresponding mean serum concentrations of alcohol were 58.9 +/- 2.8, 77.0 +/- 4.8, 97.0 +/- 13.9, and 117.3 +/- 5.0 mg per dl, respectively. both esophageal and lower esophageal sphincter function were unaffected at ...2000101419
[phagocyte chemiluminescence during kidney graft rejection in a dog model]. 19863548112
[phagocyte chemiluminescence during kidney graft rejection in a dog model]. 19863548112
l-dihydroxyphenylalanine: effect on levels of free amino acids in rat liver. 19744438317
effects of dietary nickel and protein on growth, nitrogen metabolism and tissue concentrations of nickel, iron, zinc, manganese and copper in calves.thirty male calves were used in a 2 x 3 factorial arrangement of treatments to determine the effects of dietary nickel and protein on performance, urease activity and tissue concentrations of nickel, iron, zinc, copper and manganese. protein levels evaluated were 10.0, 12.25 and 14.5%, and nickel was supplemented at a level of 0 or 5 mg/kg of diet. nickel did not affect growth during the 140-d study but tended to increase efficiency of gain in calves fed 14.5% protein. rumen fluid urease activit ...19863772517
changes in aldehyde dehydrogenase during rat urinary bladder carcinogenesis.we have reported that normal rat urinary bladder possesses significant amounts of an aldehyde dehydrogenase (class 3 aldh) expressed during hepatocarcinogenesis, but not detectable in normal liver. changes in expression of both liver and bladder aldh during n-butyl-n-(4-hydroxybutyl) nitrosamine (bbn)-induced bladder carcinogenesis were studied. the aldh phenotype was determined at intervals over 42 weeks by histochemical analysis, total aldh activity assays and gel electrophoresis using propion ...19892805229
clinicians' assessment of stress occurring with toddler's diarrhoea.from biographical and behavioural data, four clinicians independently rated the degree of stress as either due to general environmental influences or induced by family relationships likely to act upon two groups of children--one with toddler's diarrhoea and a matched control group with other physical disorders. each clinician rated the experimental group significantly higher on both scales of stress than the control group; inter-rater correlation was positive and significant. the results suggest ...20093815750
ct in the diagnostic work-up of hypogenetic lung syndrome (hls) in homozygotic twins. 20103008266
[monitoring and treatment of diabetic retinopathy]. 20113769825
aids and compassion.friedland, a physician, explores what he believes are the three reasons why there has been a lack of compassion toward aids patients. he identifies fear of transmission, views of the social worth of individuals (particularly homosexuals and drug users), and the nature of plagues in our minds and history as the underlying causes for the lack of compassion in our treatment of persons with aids. friedland responds to this problem by suggesting ways in which a compassionate response to the aids epid ...20123367458
ovarian pregnancy--a case report.this article describes a case of ovarian pregnancy without the presence of an iud. the patient, a 33-year old indian woman para 4, presented with right iliac fossa pain and 8 weeks of amenorrhea. there was no history of contraceptive use. the initial diagnosis was twisted ovarian cyst; however, ultrasonography revealed an enlarged uterus with a gestational sac. at laparotomy, a right solid ovarian mass was found anterior to the uterus and adherent to the uterus, bladder, and the rectosigmoid jun ...20133833157
the short and long term effect of a-v motivation, motivation by dentist and by dental hygienist. 20134187193
fenfluramine overdosage. 20134187201
[breeding ability of the stallion depending on bacteriological findings]. 20143993276
detection of immunoglobulin m antibody in primary human immunodeficiency virus infection.consecutive serum samples obtained from 20 homosexual men during symptomatic primary hiv infection were examined by a variety of igg and igm antibody assays. all sera obtained 2-5 weeks after onset of disease contained igm anti-hiv as demonstrated by an igm antibody capture assay. the igm antibodies appeared during the 2 first weeks of illness, reached peak titres at 2-5 weeks and declined thereafter to undetectable levels at 2-3 months after the onset of disease. by contrast, igg anti-hiv appea ...19883128992
lack of reliability of primary grouping of beta-hemolytic streptococci by culture of throat swabs with streptocult supplemented with bacitracin disks in general practice.fifty-eight general practitioners took throat swabs from 434 patients with sore throats. office cultures were performed on streptocult supplemented with bacitracin disks in an attempt to carry out primary grouping of beta-hemolytic streptococci (bhs). in 424 cases the findings were compared with those obtained in a microbiological laboratory. streptocult showed a sensitivity of 75% and a specificity of 84% in the detection of bhs. the office-performed grouping procedure of the correctly detected ...19853908467
a distinct glucocorticoid hormone response regulates phosphoprotein maturation in rat hepatoma cells.glucocorticoid hormone-dependent maturation of the mouse mammary tumor virus (mmtv) phosphorylated polyprotein (pr74) allows experimental access to certain posttranslational regulatory circuits under steroid control in m1.54 cells, an mmtv-infected rat hepatoma cell line. pulse-chase experiments revealed that [35s]methionine-labeled pr74 synthesized in uninduced cells could be converted posttranslationally into p24, a stable phosphorylated maturation product, only after 4 h of exposure to 1 micr ...19863023857
[the mutagenicity of organic microcontamination in the environment. iii. the mutagenicity of selected herbicides and insecticides in the sos chromotest].to determine the mutagenicity of selected herbicides and insecticides we examined 26 pure pesticide substances (polychlorinated alicyclic hydrocarbons, phenoxy fatty acids, triazines) with the help of sos-chromotest. we used escherichia coli strain pq37 in these tests without and with metabolic activation with aroclor 1254 induced rat liver microsome fraction. none of the substances showed a provable induction of the e. coli-sos-system, because a great number of the pesticides showed toxic effec ...19892690845
selective removal of beta 2-microglobulin from human plasma by high-performance immunoaffinity chromatography. 19892687311
high-affinity uptake of choline, a marker for cholinergic nerve terminals, is not specific in developing rat brain.developmental changes in the synthesis of acetylcholine (ach) were investigated in rat hippocampus and frontal cortex. particular reference was made to the conversion, into ach, of the choline accumulated by high-affinity uptake as defined using 1 microm hemicholinium-3 (hc-3). using solutions containing 11.1 mm glucose, conversions were respectively 31 and 55%, in fine slices from 4-8-day-olds. free choline accounted very largely for the remainder of the choline accumulated. in samples from adu ...19873676836
human papillomaviruses in anogenital warts in children. 19902168230
[inhibin activity of the organs of the male reproductive system in rats treated with dihydrotestosterone].the content of protein hormone, inhibin, in the rat testis and prostate has been studied on preadolescent female mice. both organs were characterized by a certain inhibin activity, it being higher in the prostate. a single injection of 25 mu kg dihydrotestosterone (dht) to rats has been followed by the increase in testicular and prostate mass, elevation of 17 alpha-hydroxyprogesterone and testosterone levels in peripheral blood, and a slight rise in inhibin testicular activity, with the lack of ...19863697501
changes in height of the alveolar process in edentulous segments. ii. a longitudinal clinical and radiographic study over 5 years of full upper denture patients with residual lower anteriors. 20144897565
dental health education in a school system. 20074631397
[demonstration of a sex differentiation in the content of androgen receptors in the liver cytosol of rats].the paper is concerned with differential quantification of the level of androgen receptors (ar) in the liver cytosol of male and female rats as well as in the prostatic cytosol. ar affinity to synthetic androgen r1881 was shown to be similar in all investigated tissues. in male rats the ar content in the liver cytosol was 20.5 +/- 2.1 fmol per 1 mg of protein, lower (p less than 0.05) than in the prostatic cytosol (30.8 +/- 2.5 fmol per 1 mg of protein). sex differentiation of the liver ar conte ...19883264067
neuromuscular block by verapamil and diltiazem and inhibition of acetylcholine release.the effects of ca2+-channel antagonists, verapamil, diltiazem and nifedipine, on the neuromuscular transmission were studied in the isolated mouse phrenic nerve-diaphragm preparations. all 3 drugs increased the twitch response evoked by direct single stimulation at 10-100 microm. the neuromuscular transmission at 0.1 hz was blocked by verapamil and diltiazem, but not by nifedipine, only at very high concentrations (greater than or equal to 100 microm). in the time course of block, no endplate po ...19883409016
[photochemiluminescence of tryptophan-containing peptides and proteins during photooxidation. i. kinetic regularities of chemiluminescence, peptide decomposition and formation of a series of products in glycyl-tryptophan solutions]. 20164751858
hiv infection of the retina. 19883367964
myositis ossificans of the thigh following manipulation of the knee. a case report.myositis ossificans of the thigh produced severe limitation of knee motion in a 22-year-old man after passive manipulation of a knee on three separate occasions. motion improved after excision of the bony mass and postoperative radiation to prevent recurrence. caution is advised in passive manipulation of the knee, because repeated attempts can result in forced extension of the quadriceps muscle, periosteal damage, partial muscle tears, and interstitial hemorrhage.19854028540
myositis ossificans of the thigh following manipulation of the knee. a case report.myositis ossificans of the thigh produced severe limitation of knee motion in a 22-year-old man after passive manipulation of a knee on three separate occasions. motion improved after excision of the bony mass and postoperative radiation to prevent recurrence. caution is advised in passive manipulation of the knee, because repeated attempts can result in forced extension of the quadriceps muscle, periosteal damage, partial muscle tears, and interstitial hemorrhage.19854028540
detachment of acrosomal caps of bull spermatozoa by coconut fatty acid monoethanolamide ethoxylate. 19751142338
[cytotoxic effect of sensitized lymphocytes on antigen content of target cells]. 20144109375
influence of stimulus-response translations on response programming: examining the relationship of arm, direction, and extent of movement. 20143953307
easy recording of extracellular action potentials. 2003309048
consent to retain consultant. 20144408177
in memoriam of prof. gustavo sanvenero-rosselli. 20144139858
consent to retain consultant. 20144408177
contact lenses. 20144159821
interobserver reliability and perceptual ratings: more than meets the ear.the purpose of this study was to examine the reliability of ratings of perceptual characteristics for 10 ataxic dysarthric subjects. the influence of the occurrence of "deviant" speech parameters on the calculation of reliability coefficients was also explored. results indicated that overall interobserver agreement levels for minimally trained judges compared favorably to reliability coefficients reported in previous studies. furthermore, levels of overall agreement were above levels of agreemen ...20123352250
solubilization and partial purification of kynurenine hydroxylase from mitochondrial outer membrane and its electron donors. 19694389188
microencapsulation of a waxy solid: wall thickness and surface appearance studies. 20164813256
mesangial localization of immune complexes in experimental canine adenovirus glomerulonephritis. 19744375485
regulation of immune response to tumor antigen: interference with syngeneic tumor immunity by anti-ia alloantisera.we present evidence for a role of i-a subregion-encoded determinants in syngeneic tumor immunity. in animals rendered immune to the s1509a fibrosarcoma, daily treatment with microliter quantities of antisera directed against kk and i-ak determinants expressed on lymphoid cells of host origin decreased the capacity for immune tumor rejection. absorption studies revealed that anti-i-ak antibody activity alone was sufficient for the manifestation of this effect. furthermore, experiments utilizing f ...1998106399
studies of impedance in cardiac tissue using sucrose gap and computer techniques. ii. circuit simulation of passive electrical properties and cell-to-cell transmission.the impedance measured in a strip of heart tissue from the moth hyalophora cecropia is fitted by circuit models of several configurations. the circuits include: (a) a single r-c circuit (b) a double r-c circuit (c) terminated transmission lines, and (d) a pattern of cells with cell-to-cell transmission paths. the last of these is found to give the best fit. calculation of the model impedances and optimization of element values are performed by a computer. the possibility that the mechanism of ce ...20164813160
effects of digoxin. 20061393227
on the distribution of elastic fibers in the filiform papillae of suncus murinus.the distribution of elastic fibers in the filiform papillae of 1, 2, 3, 4 and 5 week-old and 6 month-old suncus (suncus murinus; insectivora) was examined by both weigert's resorcin-fuchsin method and ultrastructural means. in the adult suncus (6 months old), elastic fibers in the connective tissue core of the papillae were aligned perpendicularly to the epithelial surface and formed a palisade-like structure which encircled the margin of each connective tissue core. this characteristic structur ...20082519280
quality of life in end-stage renal disease: a reexamination.a self-administered questionnaire assessing both objective and subjective quality of life was completed by 489 end-stage renal disease (esrd) patients in a representative sample of an entire network. patients differed in both objective and subjective quality of life when examined as a function of treatment modality. the quality of life is similar for successful transplant and home hemodialysis patients; these patients appear to fare better than other treatment groups on both objective and subjec ...20082493190
[experimental study on the therapeutic effect on lymphnodal metastasis by intralymphnodal injection of the activated carbon particles in 80% ethanol: preliminary report]. 20092796965
[experimental study on the therapeutic effect on lymphnodal metastasis by intralymphnodal injection of the activated carbon particles in 80% ethanol: preliminary report]. 20092796965
[kidney transplantation at the university of lyon. surgical aspects]. 20143911105
[continuous precordial murmur caused by an inapparent cruveilhier-baumgarten syndrome: bedside diagnosis]. 20143911102
an unusual case of esophagitis. 20154768214
partial arthroscopic meniscectomy versus total open meniscectomy.one hundred sixteen patients who had undergone partial arthroscopic meniscectomy were reviewed in a short-term follow-up study (mean follow-up: 16 months). their results were compared with those of a group of 402 patients who had been treated previously by conventional open meniscectomy in the same hospital. average age in the arthroscopic group was 40 years, in the open group 34. average sick leave was 4 weeks in the arthroscopic group, 10 weeks in the arthrotomy group. in the endoscopic group, ...20133754733
[walter f. lever on his 60th birthday]. 20164917562
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