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Left ventricular performance and autonomic dysfunction in patients with long-term insulin-dependent diabetes mellitus
Cardiac autonomic neuropathy (CAN) is a very frequent complication of insulin-dependent mellitus type 1, affecting the sympathetic or parasympathetic sections or both. The different impairment in theExpand
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Photoelectric properties of the 'yellow strips' in Vespa orientalis: a mathematical model.
The “yellow strips” on the cuticle of the Oriental Hornet (Vespa orientalis, Hymenoptera, Vespinae), present photoelectric properties. A mathematical model for the relative changes in resistance as aExpand
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Hornet building orientation in a vertically rotating centrifuge.
Hornets build combs that are clearly oriented toward the center of gravity and they compensate for any change made in the direction of their cells, provided the gravitational vector remainsExpand
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Deoxyribonucleases of the Oriental hornet (Vespa orientalis) venom--II. Partial characterization and effects in vivo on insects and mammals.
Abstract The presence of DNases in Oriental hornet venom sac extract and venom glands and their activity on invertebrates (bees) and vertebrates (mice and cats) were assessed. It was found that theExpand
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Abstract— The yellow strips usually present on the frons and the gaster of Vespinae and Polistinae have photoconductive properties. When the yellow strips of living as well as of dead wasps areExpand
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Work capacity and oxygen uptake abnormalities in hyperthyroidism.
AIM The aim of our study was to evaluate the haemodynamic and the respiratory response to exercise in patients with hyperthyroidism before and 30 days after normalized thyroid hormones levels. TheseExpand
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Building pheromones ofVespa orientalis andPolistes foederatus
Among Vespinae both the queen and the workers build cells of a typical architectural design which are suitable for rearing a brood. In the case ofVespa orientalis, but not in the speciesV. crabro,Expand
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[Systemic effects of intravenous dipyridamole in patients of various age groups].
Aim of this study was to assess the role of age-related vascular response in the onset of i.v. dipyridamole effects. The results of 129 patients who underwent a dipyridamole infusion were reviewed.Expand
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The effect of hornet venom on the photoelectric properties of hornet cuticle.
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