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Heinz, R.; Curnes, J.; Friedman, A.; Oakes, J., 1992: Exophytic syrinx, an extreme form of syringomyelia: CT, myelographic, and MR imaging features. Magnetic resonance (MR) imaging and computed tomography (CT) were used to study severe syringomyelia, in which the syrinx was so eccentric relative to the center of the spinal cord that at initial examination in appeared to be an exophytic extrame...

Cosson, E.; Guimfack, M.; Paries, J.; Paycha, F.; Attali, J.R.; Valensi, P., 2003: Are silent coronary stenoses predictable in diabetic patients and predictive of cardiovascular events?. Objectives: We have previously shown that silent coronary stenoses (CS) were predictors of subsequent major cardiac events in diabetic patients with silent myocardial ischemia (SMI). The aim of this study was to determine their correlates and thei...

Stanford, J.L.; Rook, G.A.; Convit, J.; Godal, T.; Kronvall, G.; Rees, R.J.; Walsh, G.P., 1975: Preliminary taxonomic studies on the leprosy bacillus. Antigens extracted from leprosy bacilli obtained from infected human and armadillo tissues were examined by immunodiffusion analysis with serum samples from lepromatous patients and with immune sera raised in rabbits. Using the best combinations o...

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Abe, E.; Tanaka, H.; Ishimi, Y.; Miyaura, C.; Hayashi, T.; Nagasawa, H.; Tomida, M.; Yamaguchi, Y.; Hozumi, M.; Suda, T., 1986: Differentiation-inducing factor purified from conditioned medium of mitogen-treated spleen cell cultures stimulates bone resorption. Spleen cells treated with mitogens produce a potent bone-resorbing factor called osteoclast-activating factor (OAF). To examine the relationship between the bone-resorbing factor and other protein factors produced by spleen cells, the colony-stimu...

Sabin, A.B.; Aring, C.D., 1941: Visceral lesions in infectious polyneuritis. Pathologic changes are reported in the viscera of 3 typical cases of infectious polyneuritis. The lesions in the adrenals consisted in the main of focal degeneration and infiltration with mononuclear cells; those in the liver of focal cellular inf...

Rechmann, H.; Friedrich, A.; Forouzan, D.; Barth, S.; Schnabl, H.; Biselli, M.; Boehm, R., 2007: Characterization of photosynthetically active duckweed (Wolffia australiana) in vitro culture by Respiration Activity Monitoring System (RAMOS). The feasibility of oxygen transfer rate (OTR) measurement to non-destructively monitor plant propagation and vitality of photosynthetically active plant in vitro culture of duckweed (Wolffia australiana, Lemnaceae) was tested using Respiration Ac...

Rüegg, S.R.; Heinzmann, D.; Barbour, A.D.; Torgerson, P.R., 2008: Estimation of the transmission dynamics of Theileria equi and Babesia caballi in horses. For the evaluation of the epidemiology of Theileria equi and Babesia caballi in a herd of 510 horses in SW Mongolia, several mathematical models of the transmission dynamics were constructed. Because the field data contain information on the pres...