geoscience.net logo
+ Resolve Article
+ Follow Us
Follow on FacebookFollow on Facebook
Follow on TwitterFollow on Twitter

+ Translate
+ Subscribe to Site Feed
GeoScience Most Shared ContentMost Shared Content

Designing of hospitals and sanatoria for tuberculosis


, : Designing of hospitals and sanatoria for tuberculosis. Der Tuberkulosearzt 5(10): 591-596


US$29.90

PMID: 14931562


Other references

Dangeard, P.A., 1907: L'evolution de la sexualite generale, son importance dans le cycle du developpement des vegetaux et des animaux. Revue des Idees Paris, 4 17-39

Szostak, M.; Sautier, B.; Spain, M.; Procter, D.J., 2014: Electron transfer reduction of nitriles using SmI2-Et3N-H2O: synthetic utility and mechanism. The first general reduction of nitriles to primary amines under single electron transfer conditions is demonstrated using SmI2 (Kagan's reagent) activated with Lewis bases. The reaction features excellent functional group tolerance and repres...

Gehrmann, G., 1966: Diagnosis and therapy with radioactive isotopes. Lebensversicherungs Medizin 18(3): 108-112

Arata, L.; Farinelli, M.; Panarese, C.; Leonardi, A., 1989: IgG paraproteinemias: a comparative CSF and serum study. In 10 neurologic patients routine isoelectric focusing of CSF and serum revealed monoclonal IgG paraproteinemia (3 multiple myelomas and 7 benign monoclonal gammopathies). Quantitative protein study showed blood-brain barrier damage in 7 out of 10...

Wheeler, N.C.; Jermstad, K.D.; Krutovsky, K.; Aitken, S.N.; Howe, G.T.; Krakowski, J.; Neale, D.B., 2005: Mapping of quantitative trait loci controlling adaptive traits in coastal Douglas-fir. IV. Cold-hardiness QTL verification and candidate gene mapping. Quantitative trait locus (QTL) analyses are used by geneticists to characterize the genetic architecture of quantitative traits, provide a foundation for marker-aided-selection (MAS), and provide a framework for positional selection of candidate g...

Muromtsev, G.S., 1977: Intensive chemization of land farming and new problems of soil microbiology. A discussion of the relationship between micro-organisms and fertilizers, manures and pesticides.

Noack, R.; Schenk, G.; Proll, J.; Hahn, P.; Koldovsky, O., 1965: The localization of alkaline phosphatase in the brush borders from the proximal and distal thirds of the small intestine of adult and suckling rats. Brush borders have been isolated from the proximal and the distal thirds of the small intestine of adult rats and rat sucklings, respectively. The yield of brush borders (their number in the homogenate being counted as 100%) was for adult rats pro...

Evans, R.A.; Frese, M.; Romero, J.; Cunningham, J.H.; Mills, K.E., 2017: Fructose replacement of glucose or sucrose in food or beverages lowers postprandial glucose and insulin without raising triglycerides: a systematic review and meta-analysis. <b>Background:</b> Conflicting evidence exists on the effects of fructose consumption in people with type 1 and type 2 diabetes mellitus. No systematic review has addressed the effect of isoenergetic fructose replacement of glucose or...

Endoh, M.; Ueki, A.; Takahashi, K.; Yamanaka, H.; Izumi, S.; Tabira, T., 1996: Increased frequency of apolipoprotein E epsilon 4 allele in nondemented elderly patients with leprosy. Neurobiology of Aging 17(4 SUPPL ): S123

Khan, E.; Mathur, V.K.; Nand, S.; Prasad, S.K., 1968: Two new nematode species in the family Neotylenchidae from India. Paurodontus bajrai n.sp. from soil around the roots of Pennisetum typhoides at Dadesagar, Mysore, India, is described and figured. The new species resembles P. saxeni, but differs in having a longer body, spicules and post uterine sac, and a large...