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Influence of single-stranded DNA-binding protein on recA induction in Escherichia coli.
Two ssb mutants of Escherichia coli, which carry a lesion in the single-strand DNA-binding protein (SSB), are sensitive to UV-irradiation. We have investigated the influence of SSB on the "SOS"Expand
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Practical application of the concept of mean times in biopharmaceutics.
  • D. Voegele
  • Medicine
  • Methods and findings in experimental and clinical…
  • 1 October 1984
The "concept of mean times" (1) in combination with the "method of moments" (3, 4) provides a practical basis for handling biopharmaceutical problems. This holds for in vitro, in vitro/in vivo and inExpand
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Surgical Clipping of Difficult Intracranial Aneurysms Using Deep Hypothermia and Total Circulatory Arrest
Intracranial aneurysms often present a challenging problem for the neurosurgeon. A variety of techniques have been developed to deal with these lesions. Several subspecialists are frequently involvedExpand
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Correlation of pharmacodynamic activity and pharmacokinetics of Molsidomine
With Molsidomine (M.) [Corvaton®] a double blind cross-over study in patients with coronary heart disease was performed. 2 mg M. (s. l.) reduced the ST-segment-depression and increased workloadExpand
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[Release, absorption and elimination of theophylline from fast and slowly released oral formulations].
Each 2 tablets of four tablet formulations with 150 mg theophylline were administered to 6 and 5 volunteers, respectively, as single oral dose. 8 volunteers received 256 mg theophylline as a solutionExpand
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