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Female mice were mated to males that had been surgically rendered incapable of forming copulatory plugs. About half of the females were found to be pregnant, and the other half pseudopregnant, as a result of these matings. In both cases, mating with the operated males resulted in the induction of luteal activity in the female. In the normal oestrous cycle(More)
Adrenaline was infused intravenously into conscious dogs to test whether chronically elevated plasma levels can produce arterial hypertension. Adrenaline infused at 12.5 micrograms/kg/hr from 4 days produced no change in mean arterial pressure (1.1 +/- 2.7 mmHg) despite raising plasma adrenaline concentrations from 49 +/- 20 pg/ml to 1420 +/- 279 pg/ml.(More)
Forty-six previously untreated patients with advanced aggressive non-Hodgkin's (34 poorly differentiated and mixed diffuse, 8 histiocytic and 4 undifferentiated) were treated with a 3 phase combined modality program employing cyclophosphamide (C), hydroxyl-daunomycin (H), vincristine (O), prednisone (P), procarbazine (P) [CHOP(P)] combination chemotherapy(More)
Epizootic disease caused by the fungal pathogen Batrachochytrium dendrobatidis (Bd) is a major driver of amphibian declines, yet many amphibians declined before the pathogen was described. The Relict Leopard Frog, Rana onca (=Lithobates onca), was nearly extinct, with the exception of populations within a few geothermal springs. Growth of Bd, however, is(More)