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A Sensitive Double‐Isotope Derivative Assay for Norepinephrine and Epinephrine: NORMAL RESTING HUMAN PLASMA LEVELS
A sensitive and specific double-isotope dilution method for assaying norepinephrine and epinephrine separately is described. The method is based on enzymatic conversion of these two catecholamines to… Expand
"Eat for Health": a supermarket intervention for nutrition and cancer risk reduction.
OBJECTIVES The results of an evaluation of "Eat for Health," a supermarket nutrition intervention, are presented. The study tested whether such a program could be successfully carried out and whether… Expand
Neurological manifestations in sickle-cell disease, with a review of the literature and emphasis on the prevalence of hemiplegia.
Media use and the health information acquisition process: how callers learned about the NCI's Cancer Information Service
A Sensitive and Specific Double‐Isotope Derivative Method for the Determination of Catecholamines in Biological Specimens
Enhancing implementation of the teenage health teaching modules.
V. CATECHOLAMINES CYCLIC AMP‐ANGIOTENSIN RECEPTORS: Plasma Catecholamine Concentrations in Patients with Hypertension
The enzymatic double-isotope derivative technique has been applied to the measurement of the catecholamines in plasma samples obtained from resting normal subjects and patients with pheochromocytoma… Expand
Resting plasma catecholamine concentrations in patients with depression and anxiety.
- R. J. Wyatt, B. Portnoy, D. Kupfer, F. Snyder, K. Engelman
- Psychology, Medicine
- Archives of general psychiatry
The total resting plasma catecholamine concentration from 13 drugfree, depressed patients was found to be significantly elevated over concentrations from 47 normal controls. Differential… Expand
Multiple respiratory virus infections in hospitalized children.
Rotavirus gastroenteritis. Clinical and laboratory features and use of the Rotazyme test.
- A. Kovács, L. Chan, C. Hotrakitya, G. Overturf, B. Portnoy
- American journal of diseases of children
- 1 February 1987
Clinical and laboratory features of 86 infants admitted with diarrhea and dehydration were evaluated prospectively. Human rotavirus (HRV) infection was documented in 35 infants (41%) by the Rotazyme… Expand