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Antifungal activity of some imidazole derivatives
A series of 4(5)‐arylimidazoles and their N‐alkyl and other derivatives has been synthesised. Some of these compounds possessed good in vitro antifungal action, especially against strains ofExpand
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Preliminary Histopathological Study of a New Quartz-Filled Composite Dental Restorative Material
  • R. Adams, G. Lord
  • Materials Science, Medicine
  • Journal of dental research
  • 1 March 1971
An experimental composite dental restorative material was studied histologically by means of restorations, with and without cavity liners, in the teeth of rhesus monkeys. A commercially availableExpand
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A new surgical absorbable hemostatic agent. Experimental and clinical evaluation.
Abstract Experimental and clinical observations confirm the preliminary impressions that oxidized regenerated cellulose (Surgicel) is a safe and effective absorbable hemostatic material, which isExpand
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Synthesis and structure-activity relationships of disodium cromoglycate and some related compounds.
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The PREPARATION of an acceptable biological arterial graft is based on an understanding of the physical properties of the various tissue components of the arterial wall,1and on an analysis of theExpand
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Use of enzyme-digested heterografts as segmental arterial substitutes. III. Follow-up observations on two-year-old aortic implants.
In a previous report, 1 the early results of implantation of enzymatically digested bovine heterografts into the abdominal aorta of dogs were described. Bovine arteries were stripped of most of theirExpand
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The use of arterial implants prepared by enzymatic modification of arterial heterografts. II. The physical properties of the elastica and collagen components of the arterial wall.
In a previous report1the use of enzyme-digested heterografts as arterial substitutes was described. Bovine arteries were stripped of most of their parenchymatous proteins by controlled enzyme action,Expand
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