Diana P. Hoffman

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In interphase cells, alpha-casein kinase I (alpha-CKI) is found associated with cytosolic vesicular structures, the centrosome, and within the nucleus. To identify the specific vesicular structures with which alpha-CKI is associated, established cell lines and primary rat neurons were immunofluorescently labeled with an antibody raised to alpha-CKI. In(More)
Parenteral hyperalimentation is an important means of nutritional support for critically ill patients. Calculating the amount of additives necessary for the appropriate compounding of hyperalimentations is a tedious process with many opportunities for error. A new computer program written in Pascal has been created to reduce pharmacy processing time. Menus(More)
Multiple doses of oxytetracycline were administered at regular but different intervals to groups of patients undergoin orthopaedic surgery. It was found that doses of the drug were incorporated at bone growth sites most frequently if the intervals between those doses were 3 or 6 days. This suggests a biorhythm in human bone growth with a periodicity of 3(More)
OBJECTIVE A randomised controlled trial was designed to determine whether or not early intervention with a suitable skin barrier preparation could prevent skin breakdown. This study was conducted to compare the efficacy and cost-effectivenss of two skin protectants, Cavilon No Sting Barrier Film (NSBF) (3M Health Care) and zinc paste compound, in the(More)
In interphase cells, a-casein kinase I (et-CKI) is found associated with cytosolic vesicular structures, the centrosome, and within the nucleus. To identify the specific vesicular structures with which a-CKI is associated, established cell lines and primary rat neurons were immunofluorescently labeled with an antibody raised to a-CKI. In nonneuronal cells,(More)
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