Billy Lane O'Neill

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Subcutaneous administration of 2 mg/kg cresylbenzodioxaphosphorin oxide (CBDP) produced complete inhibition of carboxylesterase activity in plasma and lung of mice, rats, guinea pigs and rabbits, without inhibition of acetylcholinesterase activity in either brain or diaphragm. This CBDP treatment also reduced the subcutaneous soman LD50 in these species by(More)
The ability of the carbamates pyridostigmine and physostigmine to protect against the lethal effects of soman, an extremely toxic anticholinesterase agent, was measured in rats, guinea pigs and rabbits. Pharmacologically equivalent doses of these carbamates that inhibited 70% of the blood acetylcholinesterase in each species were injected i.m. 25 min before(More)
The first trials using progenitor cells to improve burn wound healing are beginning. However, there remains a paucity of data on patients' opinions of the source of stem cells. In this study, 279 patients attending plastic surgery/burns outpatient and medical outpatient clinics were questioned to assess willingness to accept a tissue-engineered skin product(More)
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