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Use of outpatient care by juvenile detainees upon community reentry: effects of mental health screening and referral.
OBJECTIVE This study assessed rates of mental health care utilization among juvenile detainees upon community reentry and examined the impact of a mental health screening and referral program. Expand
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Streptococcus anginosus adheres to vascular endothelium basement membrane and purified extracellular matrix proteins.
The mechanisms of bacterial adherence in the initial stages of native valve endocarditis are unclear, especially in patients without valve disease or the presence of a platelet-fibrin thrombus.Expand
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Citrulline as a Biomarker in the Murine Total-Body Irradiation Model: Correlation of Circulating and Tissue Citrulline to Small Intestine Epithelial Histopathology
AbstractThe use of plasma citrulline as a biomarker for gastrointestinal acute radiation syndrome via exposure to total-body irradiation in a murine model was investigated. The radiation exposureExpand
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Isolation and identification of cissetin--a setin-like antibiotic with a novel cis-octalin ring fusion.
activity against methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA), we have isolated three different setin antibiotics from several different fungi-the previously reported equisetin (2)1) andExpand
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Emmyguyacins A and B: unusual glycolipids from a sterile fungus species that inhibit the low-pH conformational change of hemagglutinin A during replication of influenza virus.
Two novel glycolipids, emmyguyacin A (1a) and emmyguyacin B (1b), were isolated at concentrations of 1.51 g/L from a potato dextrose agar fermentation of a sterile fungus species. The compoundsExpand
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Normal appearance and size of the diaphragmatic crura in children: CT evaluation
AbstractPurpose. The objectives of the study were to document the normal CT appearance and size of the crura of the diaphragm in children.Materials and methods. The CT scans of 80 children (0–15Expand
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Hand Strength and Prone Extension in Right-DoDlinant, 6 to 9 Year Oids (dominance, height, occupational therapy, sensory integration, weight)
Although many developmental theorists are concerned with physical development in children, as a grou p they have ignored studying hand strength in chil­ dren. It is accepted that in normalExpand