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Testicular Degeneration and Necrosis Induced by Dietary Cobalt
Dietary cobalt (265 ppm Co) induced polycythemia and consistent degenerative and necrotic lesions in the seminiferous tubules of rats. Cyanosis and engorgement of testicular vasculature on day 35 andExpand
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The effects of chronic cobalt exposure on behavior and metallothionein levels in the adult rat.
Adult rats fed daily rations of laboratory chow laced with cobalt chloride were tested for operant (schedule-controlled) responding and conditioned suppression (CER). Animals exposed to 20 mg/kg Co,Expand
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The effect of varied stride rate upon shank deceleration in running.
The purpose of this study was to determine the effects of systematic changes in stride rate and length at a given running speed on the peak shank deceleration (PSD) experienced during ground contact.Expand
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Effects of dietary cobalt on testicular structure
SummaryAdult male rats were maintained on a diet containing 265 ppm cobalt for up to 98 days. Three rats were sacrificed weekly and assayed for testicular damage by light and electron microscopy.Expand
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Effects of aflatoxin, deoxynivalenol, and their combinations in the diets of growing pigs.
In 2 studies, the effects of dietary aflatoxin (AF) and deoxynivalenol (DON) were evaluated in growing crossbred barrows. The first study consisted of 4 treatments of 5 barrows each (6 weeks old) atExpand
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MEDICAL COMPUTING IN GREAT BRITAIN
  • D. Clark
  • Psychology, Medicine
  • Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences
  • 1 September 1969
This paper sets out very briefly some of the medical computing activities in Great Britain. It is only meant to be a glimpse of the whole gamut of activity that is being carried on in the name ofExpand
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Physiopathologic studies on acute Hymenoxys odorata (bitterweed) poisoning in sheep.
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Trauma as a symptom of alcoholism.
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Synthesis of a nonreducible cyclic analog of somatostatin having only growth hormone release inhibiting activity.
A nonreducible cyclic analog of somatostatin (SRIF) was prepared by a combination of solid phase and solution peptide synthesis. The compound,Expand
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