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The effect of drugs on the labeling of blood elements with technetium-99m.
The influence of drugs on the labeling of red blood cells and plasma proteins with 99mTc has been reported. Any drug, which alters the labeling of the tracer, could be expected to modify theExpand
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Effect of Ginkgo biloba on the labeling of blood elements with technetium-99m: in vitro study
Ginkgo biloba is the phytoterapic most used in popular medicine in the treatment of cerebral senescence. Red blood cells (RBC) labeled with technetium-99m (Tc-99m) is used for several evaluations inExpand
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Assessment of a fruit extract ( Sechium edule ) on the labeling of blood elements with technetium-99m
Natural products have been widely used by human beings. However, sometimes the biological effects of these products are not fully known. Chayotte ( Sechium edule ) is a vegetable used in the folkExpand
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Pharmacology of Honey: A Review
Honey has been extensively used as healing agent throughout the human history in addition to its widespread usage as popular food. Honey is a sweet substance produced as a food source mainly from theExpand
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Effect of ginkgo biloba on the in vitro labeling of red blood cells and plasma proteins with technetium‐99M
Ginkgo biloba is the phytoterapic most used in popular medicine in the treatment of inflammation, free-radical with traumatic brain injury and Alzheimer's dementia. Red blood cells (RBC) labeled withExpand
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Influence of biflorin on the labelling of red blood cells, plasma protein, cell protein, and lymphocytes with technetium-99m: in vitro study
In this paper we report the results of an in vitro study involving the influence of biflorin (an o-quinone isolated from Capraria biflora L. that has potent antimicrobial activity) on the Tc-99mExpand
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Effect of a chayotte (Sechium edule) extract on the labeling of red blood cells and plasma proteins with technetium-99m: in vitro and in vivo studies.
Sechium edule (chayotte) is used as food or as medication in popular medicine. The labeling of blood elements with technetium-99m (99mTc) has been altered by drugs (synthetic and natural). SomeExpand
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Comparison of the precipitation methods (ammonium sulphate and trichloroacetic acid) to evaluate the in vivo binding of 99mTc‐MDP on blood constituents
The determination of the radiopharmaceutical binding on blood constituents is worthwhile to understand the biodistribution and to dosimetric considerations. We studied this binding of the Tc-99mExpand
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Analysis of Actinic Effect after Radiotherapy in the Uterine Cervix Carcinomas
The boarding more effective for the control of the cancer of the uterine cervix is the precocious diagnosis. However a great number of malignant tumors are identified in very advanced periods ofExpand
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In Vitro study of Vellozia pusilla pohl (Velloziaceae), a Brazilian plant species: antitumoral activity and labeling of blood elements
Vellozia pusilla Pohl is a species of the botanic family Velloziaceae that occurs in the subtropical regions of South America and, although it lives under conditions of high solar irradiation and lowExpand
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