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Effects of tetracycline on ultrastructure and lipoprotein secretion in the rat hepatocyte
Abstract Fat droplets, 0.1–0.5 μm, accumulated in the space of Disse of hepatocytes in rats treated ip with 300 mg/kg of tetracycline hydrochloride. This change occurred in both pregnant and unbredExpand
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Dimethyl sulfoxide decreases lung neutrophil sequestration and lung leak.
To investigate basic mechanisms of acute edematous lung injury (adult respiratory distress syndrome), the formylated tripeptide formyl-norleucyl-leucyl-phenylalanine (FNLP) was instilledExpand
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Call Center Operations: Profiting from Teleservices
Call centre technologies management, business and marketing telecommunications and network facilities premise based telephone systems telecom industry perspective automatic and predictive diallingExpand
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Control of stillbirths in pigs using homoeopathy.
  • C. E. Day
  • Medicine
  • The Veterinary record
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Atherosclerosis Drug Discovery
  • C. E. Day
  • Biology
  • Advances in Experimental Medicine and Biology
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Section 1 Primate Models.- A Model for Therapeutic Interventions on Established Coronary Atherosclerosis in a Nonhuman Primate.- The Nonhuman Primates as Models for Studying Human Atherosclerosis:Expand
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High volume screening procedures for hypobetalipoproteinemic activity in rats.
We describe high volume screening tests for hypobetalipoproteinemic agents in which compounds are administered orally to cholesterol-cholic acid fed (hypercholesterolemic( or normally fed weanlingExpand
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Increased serum catalase activity in septic patients with the adult respiratory distress syndrome.
Excessive hydrogen peroxide (H2O2) generation appears to contribute to the development of the adult respiratory distress syndrome (ARDS), but H2O2-combatting antioxidant defenses have not beenExpand
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Comparative Electrophoretic Profiles of Serum Lipoproteins
Reduction of hyperlipoproteinemias is accepted almost universally as one way to retard atherogenesis. An enormous research and development effort is expended each year in the search for hypolipidemicExpand
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Animal models for an integrated approach to the pharmacologic control of atherosclerosis.
A system of animal models potentially useful for the discovery and evaluation of new effective antiatherosclerotic agents is described. The models consist of a series of lipoprotein andExpand
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Utility of selected line (SEA) of the Japanese quail (Coturnix coturnix japonica) for the discovery of new anti-atherosclerosis drugs.
A special line of the Japanese quail (Coturnix coturnix japonica) was developed by selective breeding to screen for new drugs that are effective in either preventing or reversing atherosclerosis. ByExpand
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