Bill S Rosen

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Mural trophectoderm cells of the mouse embryo possess a phagocytic potential as early as 3.5 days post coitum (d.p.c.). This first differentiated function shows a graded variation along the embryonic-abembryonic axis, from a maximal activity in the non-dividing cells of the abembryonic pole to a complete lack of activity in the replicating polar(More)
Marijuana has been proposed as treatment for a widening spectrum of medical conditions. Marijuana is a substance with many properties that may be applicable to the management of amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS). These include analgesia, muscle relaxation, bronchodilation, saliva reduction, appetite stimulation, and sleep induction. In addition, marijuana(More)
BACKGROUND Children with certain neurologic diseases (hydrocephalus, meningomyelocele, or cerebral palsy) have been reported to manifest a high frequency of A-pattern strabismus and superior oblique overaction. However, it is not generally recognized whether children with strabismus who have superior oblique overaction are more likely to have concurrent(More)
Ischemic neuropathy from sources other than diabetes is less common, but can be encountered in clinical practice. Diagnosis can be challenging, and many patients may be referred to the electrodiagnostic laboratory. Overlapping mononeuritis multiplex is a common presentation, but distal symmetric polyneuropathy and monomelic neuropathy patterns can be seen.(More)
The risks inherent in the use of homologous blood products have increased efforts toward identifying alternatives to transfusion. We have previously shown that the administration of recombinant human erythropoietin (rhEpo) enhances the erythropoietic response to acute blood loss. Recombinant human interleukin-3 (rh-IL-3) is a hematopoietic growth factor(More)
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