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AIM The objective of this study was to determine whether infants of mothers experiencing persistent nipple pain exerted very strong intraoral vacuums during a breastfeed. METHODS Thirty mothers experiencing persistent pain during breastfeeding (Pain group; infants aged 49.4 +/- 35.5 days) were compared to 30 successfully breastfeeding mothers (Control(More)
One of the primary aims of forensic examination in sexual offences is to detect and recover biological material that will link the offender with the complainant. One potentially valuable method by which trace biological evidence may be identified in other forensic settings is via the use of an Alternate Light Source (ALS). The aim of this study was to(More)
In 37 patients with chronic renal failure (CRF) serum amylase was higher than in 33 normal subjects (483 U/L +/- SD 185 versus 267 +/- SD 66 U/L, p less than 0.05); while the percentage of pancreatic isoenzymes was within normal limits in 34 patients and only slightly increased in 3. Seventeen of the patients were on conservative treatment, 10 on(More)
Potential response regulator gene fragments from the genome of Branhamella (Moraxella) catarrhalis were isolated by PCR using degenerate oligonucleotide primers. DNA sequence analysis of several cloned PCR products with similar restriction endonuclease analysis (REA) patterns revealed that the cloned gene fragment had significant homology to members of the(More)
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