Greg Sargent

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Strains of Escherichia coli isolated from persons with dysentery-like diarrheal disease were demonstrated to adhere to the surface of cultured HEp-2 (human epithelial) cells under conditions that removed nonpathogenic control bacteria and to cause hemagglutination of human red blood cells. The plasmid content of 13 stains surveyed was found to be variable(More)
Two pony mares were administered 150 mg of testosterone propionate every other day for 20 days (ten injections) and every ten days there-after. An additional two mares and one stallion were not treated and served as controls. Testosterone propionate was dissolved in absolute ethanol and administered subcutaneously. Sex behavior tests were conducted 26 and(More)
Frequent blood samples were collected from 8 pony mares before, during and after labour, parturition and placental expulsion and assayed for progesterone, oestradiol, androstenedione and LH concentrations by radioimmunoassay. A significant (P less than 0.05) decrease in progesterone, oestradiol and in the progesterone:oestradiol ratio was not detected until(More)
A simple method is described, using polystyrene microcarrier beads, that allows cell monolayers to be prepared without distortion for transmission electron microscopy. Cells cultured on polystyrene beads (Biosilon R, Nunc, Kamstrup, Denmark) are held in an agar matrix. Before embedding, the beads are dissolved in 1,2-epoxypropane. The technique increased(More)
The professions of family therapy and law share many clients and areas of overlap. Law-related coursework in family therapy programs is typically limited to legal, ethical, and professional issues. However, students can also benefit from understanding other areas of overlap, such as divorce, child custody, and mediation. This article discusses the(More)
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