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Rasmussen, B.A.; Gluzman, Y.; Tally, F.P., 1991: Escherichia coli chromosomal mutations that permit direct cloning of the Bacteroides fragilis metallo-beta-lactamase gene, ccrA. The class B, metallo-beta-lactamase genes ccrA (carbapenem- and cephamycin resistance) from three Bacteroides fragilis isolates--QMCN3, QMCN4, and TAL3636--were cloned and expressed in Escherichia coli. Cloning of the genes, by selecting for ampic...

Stoppe, A.; Louzã, M.; Rosa, M.; Gil, G.; Rigonatti, Sérgio., 2006: Fixed high-dose electroconvulsive therapy in the elderly with depression: a double-blind, randomized comparison of efficacy and tolerability between unilateral and bilateral electrode placement. To evaluate efficacy and tolerability of unilateral (RUL) and bilateral (BL) electroconvulsive therapy (ECT) in the elderly with depression. Thirty-nine elderly inpatients with major depression referred to ECT were randomized into RUL or BL ECT, u...

Ferrigno, S.; Hughes, K.D.; Cantlon, J.F., 2016: Precocious quantitative cognition in monkeys. Basic quantitative abilities are thought to have an innate basis in humans partly because the ability to discriminate quantities emerges early in child development. If humans and nonhuman primates share this developmentally primitive foundation of...