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Edwardsiella, a new genus of Enterobacteriaceae based on a new species, E. tarda
SUMMARY The authors give a full description of a new species and genus to be included in the family Enterobacteriaceae. The generic name Edwardsiella (Ewing and McWhorter) and the species nameExpand
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Sex and Population Differences in the Incidence of a Plasma Cholinesterase Variant
Accumulating knowledge of polymorphic enzyme systems poses intriguing possibilities of anthropologic genetics. Development of an automated procedure for determination of heterozygosity orExpand
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Pneumococcal vaccination: the response of patients with multiple myeloma.
Abstract Thirteen patients with multiple myeloma, one with Waldenstrom's macroglobulinemia and 23 age-matched normal ambulatory control subjects were immunized with 14-valent purified vaccine ofExpand
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Myelofibrosis and renal osteodystrophy.
Abstract A young patient with chronic renal failure, pancytopenia and hepatosplenomegaly with hypersplenism had evidence of severe renal osteodystrophy on x-ray films and a bone marrow biopsyExpand
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Letter: Coagulopathy with cefazolin in uremia.
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Effect of Heinz bodies on red cell deformability.
Decreased deformability of acetylphenylhydrazine-treated erythrocytes, measured by in vitro filtration experiments, was found to parallel Heinz body formation. The decreased deformability seemedExpand
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Preschool children in the United States: who has iron deficiency?
Data on hemoglobin, hematocrit, and transferrin saturation levels in a cross-sectional sample of 2,000 United States preschool children are presented and discussed in relation to age, socioeconomicExpand
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Hemoglobin levels according to age, race, and transferrin saturation in preschool children of comparable socioeconomic status.
From the Department of Pediatrics, The Ohio State University College o[ Medicine, and Children's Hospital Research Foundation. Supported by Grant MC-R-390050-06-O from Maternal and Child HealthExpand
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A study of nutritional status of preschool children in the United States, 1968-1970.
INTRODUCTION Evaluation of nutritional status of population groups has been undertaken in many areas of the world during the past 40 years. Attempts have been made to standardize procedures andExpand
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Anthropometric differences between black and white preschool children.
  • G. Owen, A. Lubin
  • Medicine
  • American journal of diseases of children
  • 1 August 1973
Sometime during the first two years of life, black children become bigger than white children (both in height and weight). Although the differences on an individual basis are not of sufficientExpand
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