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Aids to research: literature


, : Aids to research: literature. Journal of the American Dental Association 40(6): 653-653


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Floch, V.; Audrezet, M.P.; Guillaume, C.; Gobin, E.; L.B.lch, G.; Clement, J.C.; Yaouanc, J.J.; Des Abbayes, H.; Mercier, B.; Leroy, J.P.; Abgrall, J.F.; Ferec, C., 1998: Transgene expression kinetics after transfection with cationic phosphonolipids in hematopoietic non adherent cells. Cationic lipids are considered to be capable of efficiently and safely mediating DNA transfer into cells, although expression is transient. A new family of cationic lipids, called phosphonolipids, has been developed, with the relationship between...

Tobias, J.D.; Groeper, K.; Berkenbosch, J.W., 2003: Preliminary experience with the use of recombinant factor VIIa to treat coagulation disturbances in pediatric patients. Objective: This study evaluates the efficacy of recombinant factor VII (rVIIa) in the treatment of coagulation dysfunction in pediatric patients. Methods: We retrospectively reviewed the records of pediatric patients who received rVIIa in the inte...

Kathol, R.; Winokur, G., 1977: Organic and psychotic symptoms in uni polar vs bi polar depressions. No difference was found in BP and UP depressive patients with respect to psychotic symptoms. Dividing BP and UP patients into psychotic and nonpsychotic and comparing them on the basis of age of onset, age of admission and sex added no additional...

Cobb, L.M.; Stephens, T.D., 1999: Paraxial and lateral plate influences on reinitiation of wing development in chicken embryos. Stephens et al. ([1993] Dev. Dynam. 197:157-168) hypothesized that the chick embryo wing territory is not an equipotential system. They proposed that following extirpation of the wing territory, limb formation is reinitiated, stimulated by more pa...

Judge, M.R.; Morse-Fisher, N.; Manku, M.; Harper, J.I., 1992: Quantification of n-alkanes in stratum corneum in the hereditary ichthyoses. Chromatographic assay of n-alkanes in skin showed detectable levels in normal controls and in patients with various forms of hereditary ichthyosis. Raised n-alkanes were found in some, but not all, patients with non-bullous and bullous ichthyosifo...

Espinel-Ingroff, A.; Fothergill, A.; Fuller, J.; Johnson, E.; Pelaez, T.; Turnidge, J., 2011: Wild-type MIC distributions and epidemiological cutoff values for caspofungin and Aspergillus spp. for the CLSI broth microdilution method (M38-A2 document). Clinical breakpoints have not been established for mold testing. Epidemiologic cutoff values (ECVs) are available for six Aspergillus spp. and the triazoles, but not for caspofungin. Wild-type (WT) minimal effective concentration (MEC) distributio...

Turusov, V.S.; Kabral, R., 1988: Histogenesis of endocardial tumors in rats. 10 endocardial tumours (two tumours induced by N-nitrosoethylurea and eight spontaneous) of BD VI rats were examined for protein S-100 using specific antiserum in an immunoperoxidase reaction. The presence of protein S-100 in tumour cells is demon...

Leonas, Karen K., 1998: Effect of laundering on the barrier properties of reusable surgical gown fabrics. Background: Relationships between selected fabric characteristics and the barrier effectiveness of surgical gown fabrics to bacterial transmission were examined. The effect of laundering on these characteristics was determined. Methods: Five comme...

Salmon, F.; Kohl, W., 1996: Use of fresh and cryopreserved hepatocytes to study the metabolism of pesticides in food-producing animals and rats. 1. The possibility of using hepatocytes from food-producing animals in order to determine the metabolic routes of pesticides has been studied using a strobilurin fungicide (BAS 490 F). Hepatocytes suspensions were prepared from goat, pig, hen, and...

Chambers J.R.; Fortin A.; Mackie D.A.; Larmond E., 1989: Comparison of sensory properties of meat from broilers of modern stocks and experimental strains differing in growth and fatness. Sensory properties of dark and white meat from broilers of modern (1980) and experimental strains (A and K) which differed in growth rate and carcass fatness were compared. The roles of age, weight, and carcass fatness in accounting for sensory pr...