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Pathology of the vitamin C deficiency syndrome in channel catfish (Ictalurus punctatus).
Channel catfish fingerlings fed purified diets devoid of vitamin C showed reduced growth rate, deformed spinal columns, external and internal hemorrhages, erosion of fins, dark skin color and reducedExpand
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Stereoselective protection of exogenous and endogenous atrial natriuretic factor by enkephalinase inhibitors in mice and humans.
We compared the relative potencies of sinorphan and retorphan, the S- and R-enantiomers of acetorphan a potent inhibitor of enkephalinase (EC 3.4.34.11), to inhibit membrane metalloendopeptidase inExpand
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Impairment by ethanol of prostaglandin production in rat salivary glands.
Sublingual salivary acini and submandibular tissue were incubated in DMEM medium in the presence of various concentrations (0-5%) of ethanol and the content of the three major prostaglandins, PGE2,Expand
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Cigarette smoking reduces human salivary eicosanoids.
The effect of cigarette smoking on salivary eicosanoid levels was investigated in 10 smoker and 10 non-smoker volunteers. The smokers consumed an average of 20 cigarettes/day for the past 5 years orExpand
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Effect of ethanol on prostaglandin E2 receptor in rat submandibular salivary glands.
The dose-dependent effects of acute ethanol treatment on the prostaglandin E2 (PGE2) receptor in submandibular salivary glands was investigated. Rat submandibular-gland segments were preincubatedExpand
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Maternal-child hepatitis B virus transmission in Singapore.
A study of maternal-infant transmission of hepatitis B virus (HBV) was conducted in Singapore between June 1980 and June 1982. HBsAg carrier rate was highest among Chinese (6.2%) followed by MalayExpand
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The fowl (Gallus domesticus) and a lepidopteran (Setomorpha rutella) as experimental hosts for Tetrameres mohtedai (Nematoda).
  • C. Lim
  • Biology, Medicine
  • Parasitology
  • 1 February 1975
The life-cycle of Tetrameres mohtedai in the fowl involving a hitherto unknown intermediate host, Setomorpha rutella, is described and methods for laboratory demonstration are given. Development toExpand
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