F. Butnaru

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Isolation and identification of S. anginosus from pathologic products are possible to be realised in informed clinical laboratory, allowing so a better knowledge of these infections' incidences and on adequate treatment. The authors' report 11 cases of pyogenic infection caused by S. anginosus. Five out of these 11 cases evaluated as mixed infections, S.(More)
Loss of muscular strength is a well-known component of the clinical picture many endocrine diseases and is often their predominant aspect. It has recently been proved that the cytoplasmatic receptors for steroid hormones (SH) are artefacts of the fixation techniques and that they are attached to the internal surface of the cell membrane. Our experiment was(More)
The medical, agricultural and scientific interest of the muscular tissue is well established in the literature. Its formation and function are essential for survival. It is also known that steroid hormones are involved in the growth, development and maturation of skeletal muscles (sexual hormones) as well as in the process of body adjustment to the stress(More)
Streptococcus pneumoniaemajor cause of infection in children causes serious therapeutic difficulties, because of the developed multiresistance. Extended-spectrum cephalosporins, used in empirical therapy are a therapeutic option. Recent emergence of Ceftriaxone (CRO) and Cefotaxime (CTX) resistant strains with regional differences in frequency requires(More)
This paper reports on an experiment concerning the involvement of catecholamines in the biosynthesis of nucleic acids and proteins at muscular levels, using various types of skeletal muscles (psoas, diaphragm, soleus) and heart muscles from male Wistar rats treated with adrenalin. Assessment of the biosynthetic processes was made by the uptake level of 3H(More)
UNLABELLED S. anginosus is a commensal of the oro-pharyngeal mucous membrane without any signification for the local pathology. Ignoring the existence of beta-haemolytic colonies of this species, the risk to report the presence of some beta-haemolytic streptococci that actually belong to the normal flora exists. The antigenic identifications of(More)
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