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Effect of honey, dextromethorphan, and no treatment on nocturnal cough and sleep quality for coughing children and their parents.
- I. Paul, J. Beiler, A. McMonagle, M. Shaffer, L. Duda, C. Berlin
- MedicineArchives of pediatrics & adolescent medicine
- 1 December 2007
In a comparison of honey, DM, and no treatment, parents rated honey most favorably for symptomatic relief of their child's nocturnal cough and sleep difficulty due to upper respiratory tract infection.
Sertraline in Children and Adolescents with Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder
- C. Berlin
- Medicine, Psychology
- 1 June 1999
The authors point out that this may be due to a number of factors, most impressive being that the dose used in this study was 500 mcg rather than the usual 250 mcg.
THE ROLES OF SYNTHESIS AND DEGRADATION IN THE CONTROL OF RAT LIVER TRYPTOPHAN PYRROLASE.
Infant exposure to chemicals in breast milk in the United States: what we need to learn from a breast milk monitoring program.
reviewed data on two parameters needed to conduct realistic exposure assessments for breast-fed infants: a) levels of chemicals in human milk in the United States (and trends for dioxins/furans); and b) elimination kinetics (depuration) of chemicals from the mother during breast-feeding.
Environmental chemicals in human milk: a review of levels, infant exposures and health, and guidance for future research.
Methodology for characterizing distributions of incremental body burdens of 2,3,7,8-TCDD and DDE from breast milk in North American nursing infants.
- J. LaKind, C. Berlin, C. N. Park, D. Naiman, N. Gudka
- MedicineJournal of toxicology and environmental health…
- 28 April 2000
Estimating incremental infant body burdens of lipophilic chemicals from breastfeeding using point estimates may result in overly conservative estimates of the contribution of breastfeeding to long-termBody burdens of those chemicals in children.
A continuous microtiter plate assay for screening nucleotide sugar-synthesizing nucleotidyltransferases.
A continuous microtiter plate nucleotidyltransferase substrate screening assay (NUSSA) is described which allows the identification of nucleotide sugar-synthesizing enzyme activities and will assist to evaluate these enzymes for the synthesis of important nucleotide sugars which serve as substrates of glycosyltransferases in carbohydrate syntheses.
Influence of turnover rates on the responses of enzymes to cortisone.
The apparent small response of arginase and the slow response of glutamic-alanine transaminase as compared to the rapid and large response of tryptophan pyrrolase and tyrosine-glutamic Transaminase are not a reflection of low sensitivity to the effects of cortisone, but of the slower turnover of these enzymes.
The generation of energy by the arginine dihydrolase pathway in Mycoplasma hominis 07.
Do Human Milk Concentrations of Persistent Organic Chemicals Really Decline During Lactation? Chemical Concentrations During Lactation and Milk/Serum Partitioning
Investigating rates of elimination and milk/serum partition coefficients for several groups of persistent organic chemicals found that lipid-adjusted concentrations of polybrominated diphenyl ethers, polychlorinated biphenyls,polychlorinated dibenzo-p-dioxins and furans, and organochlorine pesticides in serum and milk do not consistently decrease during lactation and can increase for some women.