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The early Middle Pleistocene large mammal faunas of Italy: An overview
During the last decade new finds have increased our knowledge of the Middle Pleistocene mammal faunas of the Italian peninsula. We provide an updated framework, mainly based on the large mammals,Expand
PLIO-PLEISTOCENE FOSSIL VERTEBRATES OF MONTE TUTTAVISTA (OROSEI, EASTERN SARDINIA, ITALY), AN OVERVIEW
The preliminary results of the analisys of fossil vertebrate remains from 19 fissure fillings in the karst network at Monte Tuttavista (Orosei, NMoro) are reported. about 80 taxa, among fishes,Expand
The deposit of the Late Pleistocene from Avetrana (Taranto, Southern Italy): biochronology and palaeoecology
C. Petronio, F. Bellardini, M. Arzarello, C. Bedetti, L. Bellucci, A. Cipullo, G. Di Stefano, L. Pandolfi, M. Pavia, M. Petrucci, R. Sardella & L. Salari, The deposit of the late pleistocene fromExpand
Effect of diabetes, adrenalectomy and hypophysectomy on D-3-hydroxybutyrate dehydrogenase activity and substrate oxidation by rat mitochondria.
In good agreement with previous observations, D-3-hydroxybutyrate dehydrogenase (OHBD) activity in disrupted liver mitochondria decreased significantly in chronic diabetic rats, whereas insulinExpand
REINTERPRETATION OF THE LATE PLEISTOCENE INGARANO CAVE DEPOSIT BASED ON THE FOSSIL BIRD ASSOCIATION (APULIA, SOUTH-EASTERN ITALY)
We present a study of Late Pleistocene fossil bird remains from Ingarano (Apulia, SE Italy), based on the revision of previously published material and the study of unpublished fossils bones. NewExpand
The presence of Harlequin duck Histrionicus histrionicus (Linnaeus 1758) in the Middle Pleistocene of Italy
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This record represents the first European fossil of this species, previously recorded as fossil only in North America, and one of the few European documented records of wild-origin bird outside Iceland, where the species is sedentary. Expand
Cyclosporin A-induced cholestasis. The mechanism in a rat model.
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In this experimental model of CyA-induced cholestasis, the decrease in flow observed was the result of a decrease in both bile salt-dependent and bile Salt-independent flows and occurred in the absence of significant biochemical or histologically evident hepatotoxicity. Expand
Functional alterations of liver mitochondria in chronic experimental alcoholism.
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It seems clear that the respiration of hepatic mitochondria is significantly altered when ethanol is supplied to rats at high levels over long periods and when a nutritional basal diet which does not induce fatty liver is used. Expand
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