Donald T. Ellenburg

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WHIM syndrome is an autosomal dominant immunodeficiency disease caused by mutations affecting the carboxy-terminus of CXCR4. To characterize novel genetic causes of the syndrome, we recruited a pediatric patient with possible WHIM syndrome, performed CXCR4 gene sequencing and compared his clinical phenotype and CXCR4 tail amino acid sequences with other(More)
The effects of three erythromycin preparations on theophylline elimination kinetics were examined in 23 male subjects. Subjects received 6 mg/kg of the theophylline elixir orally and elimination kinetics were determined. The population was then randomized to receive either a lactose placebo, erythromycin base, erythromycin stearate, or erythromycin(More)
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