Dr. E. J. Hensen

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Arachidonic acid (ARA) and docosahexaenoic acid (DHA) are important in human brain and retina development, and there is growing evidence showing the importance of these fatty acids in infant nutrition. Triglyceride oils, highly enriched in ARA (ARASCO) and DHA (DHASCO), were evaluated using very high dose acute (20 g/kg) and 4-wk subchronic gavage feedings(More)
In all mammalian species analyzed, the major histocompatibility complex (MHC) includes some genes for complement components, e. g., in man the genes for complement components C2, factor B, and C4 (Carroll et al. 1984). The feline MHC lacks allospecific reagents normally used in other species. By direct immunization no alloantibodies were generated, leading(More)
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