I. E. Mazets2
W. Rohringer2
2I. E. Mazets
2W. Rohringer
2M. Trupke
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Peripartum cardiomyopathy (PPCM) is a life-threatening heart disease developing towards the end of pregnancy or in the months following delivery in previously healthy women in terms of cardiac disease. Enhanced oxidative stress and the subsequent cleavage of the nursing hormone Prolactin into an anti-angiogenic 16 kDa subfragment emerged as a potential(More)
MOTIVATION A large fraction of open reading frames (ORFs) identified as 'hypothetical' proteins correspond to either 'conserved hypothetical' proteins, representing sequences homologous to ORFs of unknown function from other organisms, or to hypothetical proteins lacking any significant sequence similarity to other ORFs in the databases. Elucidating the(More)
We present experimental evidence for scale invariant behaviour of the excitation spectrum in phase-fluctuating quasi-1d Bose gases after a rapid change of the external trapping potential. Probing density correlations in free expansion, we find that the temperature of an initial thermal state scales with the spatial extension of the cloud as predicted by a(More)
Six-micron paraffin sections of paraformaldehyde-fixed specimens of 24 ovarian benign and neoplastic specimens were assayed for tumor cell-specific oncogene expression by a sensitive, quantitative in situ hybridization technique with probes for 17 oncogenes, beta-actin, and E. coli beta-lactamase. In the benign, borderline, and invasive adenocarcinomas,(More)
potentials and twitch force were measured in muscle strips obtained from patients and controls. Of the 36 patients, 25 presented with chronic muscle weakness of varying degrees, up to wheelchair-dependence. The weakness was associated with intracellular Na + overload and edema. Older patients revealed a vacuolar myopathy or a progressive muscular dystrophy.(More)
PURPOSE To prospectively compare subjective radiological quality, radiation dose and effect on workflow using digital radiography (DR) vs. conventional screen film (SF) radiography in the Small Bowel Follow-Through (SBFT) examination. METHODS Five attending and four resident radiologists compared hard-copy images from 11 SBFT examinations, for which every(More)