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Minoguchi, K.; Adachi, M.; Kobayashi, T.; Takahashi, T., 1992: The mechanism of airway hyperresponsiveness following immediate asthmatic response in ovalbumin-sensitized guinea-pigs. The mechanism of airway hyperresponsiveness (AH) following immediate asthmatic response (IAR) was investigated in ovalbumin (OA)-sensitized guinea-pigs. After IAR, airway responsiveness was significantly increased and propranolol-induced bronchoco...

Innocenti, G.; Vannini, M.; Galil, B.S., 1998: Notes on the behaviour of the portunid crab Charybdis longicollis Leene parasitized by the rhizocephalan Heterosaccus dollfusi Boschma. A significant portion of the population of Charybdis longicollis (Decapoda: Portunidae) along the Mediterranean coast of Israel is parasitized by the rhizocephalan Heterosaccus dollfusi. The behaviour of the parasitized crabs, in different stages...

Oishi Saburo; Huzioka Kazuo, 1943: A supplementary note on Salvinia formosa Heer. Records the occurrence of the plant Salvinia formosa in Tertiary beds of Karafuto, Japan, and notes also that specimens from Hokkaido formerly identified with S. formosa should provisionally be identified as S. pseudoformosa.

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Banerjee, A.K.; Keats, J., 1989: John Keats: his medical student years at the United Hospitals of Guy's and St Thomas' 1815-1816. Journal of the Royal Society of Medicine 82(10): 620-621

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Tamminga, S.K.; Beumer, R.R.; Kampelmacher, E.H., 1982: Microbiological studies on hamburgers. One hundred and eighty-two raw, 112 pre-cooked and 750 cooked hamburgers composed mainly of beef or beef and pork were subjected to microbiological examination.Raw hamburgers gave total bacterial counts from 10(6) to 10(8) per g, counts of Enterob...

Johnson, J.Erik.; Nasar, F.; Coleman, J.W.; Price, R.E.; Javadian, A.; Draper, K.; Lee, M.; Reilly, P.A.; Clarke, D.K.; Hendry, R.Michael.; Udem, S.A., 2006: Neurovirulence properties of recombinant vesicular stomatitis virus vectors in non-human primates. Although vesicular stomatitis virus (VSV) neurovirulence and pathogenicity in rodents have been well studied, little is known about VSV pathogenicity in non-human primates. To address this question, we measured VSV viremia, shedding, and neurovir...