Andreas M. Dally

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Using a novel nonaqueous procedure, chloroplast DNA was isolated from 318 individual adult rice plants, representing 247 accessions and the breadth of the diversity in section Oryza of genus Oryza. Among them, 32 different cpDNA restriction patterns were distinguished using the restriction endonucleases EcoRI and AvaI, and they were further characterized by(More)
T he non-aqueous method of preparing chloroplast DNA (cpDNA) described by Bowman and Dyer (1982), introduced several advantages over the usual aqueous methods for isolating cpDNA. Apart from an improvement in yield, particularly for plants from which cpDNA was difficult to isolate, the method made possible the storage of plant material for long periods,(More)
Different methods are available for the psychotherapeutic treatment of patients with severe personality disorders. In Germany, a special form of dynamically oriented therapy called psychoanalytic-interactional psychotherapy or method (PiM) has been clinically applied for many years. PiM was derived from psychoanalytic therapy and has been specifically(More)
OBJECTIVES Different methods are available for the psychotherapeutic treatment of patients with severe structural mental disorders. Psychoanalytic-interactional therapy is among those methods which have been clinically proven to be effective for many years. Psychoanalytic-interactional therapy was derived from analytic psychotherapy specifically to allow(More)
BACKGROUND With regard to cluster B personality disorders, most psychotherapeutic treatments focus on borderline personality disorder. Evidence-based treatments for patients with other cluster B personality disorders are not yet available. Psychoanalytic-interactional therapy (PIT) represents a transdiagnostic treatment for severe personality disorders. PIT(More)
Under the label of social phobia a complex of ailments was introduced into the syndromal diagnostic classification system of ICD-10 and DSM-IV, which is characterized by fear of embarrassing and humiliating experiences in relation to other persons. According to our experiences, however, social phobias and other problems in interpersonal relations are not(More)
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