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New species of Loneura (Ptiloneuridae: Psocoptera), from Argentina, Nicaragua and Mexico
One species each of Loneura, from Argentina (Salta), Nicaragua (Volcan Mombacho) and Mexico (Sierra Tarahumara), are here described and illustrated. They belong in two species groups of the genus, onExpand
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Insulin Sensitivity and Lp(a) Concentrations in Normoglycemic Men
OBJECTIVE Increased lipoprotein(a) [Lp(a)] concentrations have been recognized as a risk factor for coronary heart disease. Little data exists on the relationship of Lp(a) concentrations to insulinExpand
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Increased lipoprotein(a) concentrations in chronic renal failure.
Subjects with chronic renal failure have a greatly increased risk of coronary heart disease and dyslipidemia. Relatively few studies have examined the relationship of chronic renal failure toExpand
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Lp(a) concentrations and phenotypes in children with insulin-dependent diabetes mellitus.
Subjects with insulin-dependent diabetes mellitus (IDDM) have an increased incidence of coronary heart disease. Several studies have suggested that Lp(a) levels may be increased in IDDM subjects,Expand
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New North American Lachesilla in the Forcepeta group (Psocoptera: Lachesillidae)
Ten species of Lachesilla , belonging in species group Forcepeta , are here described and illustrated; three of them occur exclusively in the United States, six are exclusive to Mexico and one occursExpand
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A new species of Lachesilla (Psocodea: 'Psocoptera': Lachesillidae) from Dominica, representing a new species group
A new species of Lachesilla, from Cabrits National Park, St. John’s Parish, Dominica, is here described and illustrated. The phallosome is V-shaped, and it is autapomorphic in having the distal endsExpand
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New Lachesilla (Psocodea: ‘Psocoptera’: Lachesillidae) from Peru and Mexico, based on males with one clunial apophysis
Three species of Lachesilla from Peru and Mexico are described and illustrated. They are based on male specimens, characterized by having a clunial apophysis over the area of the epiproct. TheExpand
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