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Caseation of human tuberculosis granulomas correlates with elevated host lipid metabolism
The progression of human tuberculosis (TB) to active disease and transmission involves the development of a caseous granuloma that cavitates and releases infectious Mycobacterium tuberculosisExpand
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Staining of amyloid precursor protein to study axonal damage in mild head injury.
The most common definition of cerebral concussion is that of a transient loss of neurological function without macroscopic or microscopic abnormality in the brain. However, some patients haveExpand
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Topography of axonal injury as defined by amyloid precursor protein and the sector scoring method in mild and severe closed head injury.
Axonal injury (AI), as defined by amyloid precursor protein (APP) positive axonal swellings, was recorded on a series of line diagrams of standard brain sections divided into 116 sectors to provideExpand
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Differential expression of iron-, carbon-, and oxygen-responsive mycobacterial genes in the lungs of chronically infected mice and tuberculosis patients
Pathogenetic processes that facilitate the entry, replication, and persistence of Mycobacterium tuberculosis (MTB) in the mammalian host likely include the regulated expression of specific sets ofExpand
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Stalning af amyloid percursor protein to study axonal damage in mild head Injury
The most common definition of cerebral concussion is that of a transient loss of neurological function without macroscopic or microscopic abnormality in the brain. However, some patients haveExpand
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Mycobacterium tuberculosis Growth at theCavity Surface: a Microenvironment with FailedImmunity
ABSTRACT Protective immunity against pulmonary tuberculosis (TB) is characterized by the formation in the lungs of granulomas consisting of macrophages and activated T cells producing tumor necrosisExpand
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Progress in the moral reasoning of baccalaureate nursing students between program entry and exit.
Changes in moral reasoning between entry into and exit from a baccalaureate nursing program and the relationship between student characteristics and moral reasoning at entry and exit were explored inExpand
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Evaluation of alternative methods of cervical cancer screening for resource‐poor settings
Noncytologic methods of screening for cervical carcinoma and its precursor lesions are needed for resource‐poor settings in which cervical carcinoma continues to be an important cause of morbidityExpand
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Four decades of conjoined twins at Red Cross Children's Hospital--lessons learned.
Conjoined twins represent a rare but fascinating congenital condition, the aetiology of which remains obscure. Over the past four decades, the paediatric surgeons at Red Cross Children's HospitalExpand
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Stroke caused by human immunodeficiency virus-associated intracranial large-vessel aneurysmal vasculopathy.
BACKGROUND Intracranial aneurysms related to human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) infection have been well described in pediatric patients but not in adults. OBJECTIVE To describe a case ofExpand
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