Dexter Davis

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Diamondback moth, Plutella xylostella, larvae were infected with a primary pathogen, Bacillus thuringiensis kurstaki (Btk) in single strain and mixed infections. Mixed infections comprised Btk and a non-pathogenic isolate, either Bacillus thuringiensis tenebrionis (Btt) or Bacillus cereus (Bc). All strains reproduced in larval cadavers, but there was(More)
The current research of our group focuses on delivery of oligonucleotides and gene vaccines targeted against infectious disease and cancer. Recently we reported a strategy for associating DNA to gold via protamine delivery enhancing material which here we suggest might be applicable to RNA and to other nanoparticles. An important new modality for such RNA(More)
  • D Davis
  • The Surgical clinics of North America
  • 1983
Various rhythm disturbances occur in the postoperative patient. Proper management requires an awareness of clinical circumstances in which they are most likely to happen. Often, the appearance of new arrhythmias in the postoperative period is a manifestation of underlying remediable medical problems. Direct antiarrhythmic therapy is unnecessary in many(More)
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