Andreas Brueckmann

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Recent observations indicate that the rat ovary receives not only adrenergic but also peptidergic innervation. In ruminants, there are few data available on the extent of a possible direct regulation of the peptidergic innervation of the ovary including the corpus luteum (CL). The direct effects of neuropeptide Y (NPY), substance P (SP) and vasoactive(More)
BACKGROUND A high complication rate of Q fever in pregnancy is described on the basis of a limited number of cases. All pregnant women with proven Q fever regardless of clinical symptoms should therefore receive long-term cotrimoxazole therapy. But cotrimoxazole as a folic acid antagonist may cause harm to the fetus. We therefore investigated the Q fever(More)
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