Clifford L. Henderson

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At least 71 patients have been reported in which their otherwise typical subacute cutaneous lupus erythematosus (SCLE) skin lesions were felt to have been temporally associated with the systemic administration of a drug. The mean age of this cohort of drug-induced SCLE (DI-SCLE) patients was 59 years of age which is somewhat older than the mean age of(More)
One hundred patients with facial seborrheic dermatitis and 42 control subjects were studied. The number of periodic acid-Schiff-positive Pityosporum ovale yeast cells in skin scrapings per high-power field were counted and designated 1 + to 4 +. Our data indicate a correlation between the density of P. ovale and the clinical severity of seborrheic(More)
Cells of Mycoplasma mycoides subsp. mycoides grown without stirring or aeration in batch culture, and resuspended in a salts solution, oxidised a range of carbohydrates including glycerol. The rate of glycerol oxidation was not reduced when cells were passaged more than 20 times in batch culture. However, in cells grown in stirred and aerated chemostat(More)
3-Aminopropyltriethoxysilane (APTES) and perfluorooctyltriethoxysilane (PFES) were used to modify the interface between transferred CVD graphene films and its supporting dielectric to create n-type and p-type graphene, respectively. A graphene p-n junction was obtained by patterning both modifiers on the same dielectric and verified through the creation of(More)
The transferrin receptor of schizont-infected erythrocytes of Plasmodium falciparum (Gambian clone FCR-3/A2) is a parasite-encoded protein of Mr 102,000, which is present in purified erythrocyte membranes. Polyclonal antiserum to the purified Mr 102,000 protein was raised in rabbits. At physiological pH, immunoaffinity-purified protein bound human(More)
The demand for smaller and more uniform features on photomasks is rapidly increasing. The complexity of these patterns is also increasing with the need for optical proximity correction and phase shifting structures. These complex mask features demand unprecedented accuracy in pattern placement and dimensional control. We have conducted research designed to(More)
The exposure characteristics of norbornene-based photosensitive sacrificial materials as functions of the photoinitiator have been investigated. The results show that the initiator, bis(2,4,6-trimethylbenzoyl)-phenylphosphine oxide, provides high photosensitivity and an adjustable contrast factor. The kinetics of the thermal decomposition of the polymers(More)
Cicatricial alopecia presents a diagnostic challenge to clinicians. In particular, lesions of cutaneous sarcoidosis of the scalp may resemble discoid lupus erythematosus (DLE). We report two cases of sarcoidal alopecia originally thought to represent DLE scarring plaques of the scalp. A subsequent histopathologic diagnosis of sarcoidal alopecia was made.(More)