Anja Wachtel

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Electron microscopic study of the canine transmissible venereal sarcoma (N = 26) at different stages of growth showed that tumors in a progressive phase of growth (N = 12) were comprised mostly of large, round cells with prominent nuclei and nucleoli, a few spindle-shaped cells and collagen fibers, focal areas of necrosis, and lymphocyte infiltrates.(More)
INTRODUCTION Rheumatoid arthritis (RA) leads to progressive destruction of articular cartilage. This study aimed to disclose major mechanisms of antirheumatic drug action on human chondrocytes and to reveal marker and pharmacological target genes that are involved in cartilage dysfunction and regeneration. METHODS An interactive in vitro cultivation(More)
The authors used a videotape-based objective examination ingeneral psychiatry to assess the clinical competence of medical students who had completed their third-year clerkship. The test has been shown to be a reliable, valid measure of clinical competence. Subjective faculty grading related positively to test scores. Students on one ward had significantly(More)
Histochemical studies of adenosine triphosphatase and acid phosphatase activity were performed on Mycoplasma gallisepticum. The adenosine triphosphatase activity appears to be localized in the bleb and infrableb regions exclusively and is associated with the cell membrane; acid phosphatase activity is localized in the infrableb region and does not appear to(More)