Hanna Schoen

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Toxicological studies in a variety of different animal species have shown that cyclosporin A (CS-A) is a unique immunosuppressant, since it does not cause myelotoxic, teratogenic, mutagenic, or carcinogenic effects. This is undoubtedly due to the fact that CS-A produces its immunosuppressive effects by a specific action on T lymphocytes rather than by a(More)
A peanut (Arachis hypogaea L.) cell-suspension culture susceptible to selective induction of stilbene formation was established. The principles of defense responses of the whole plant were found to be retained in the artificial system. The suspension culture was characterized by its growth curve and by various biochemical parameters. In the stationary(More)
A joint study was undertaken in the laboratories of five pharmaceutical companies to evaluate accumulated data on the progeny of mice, rats and rabbits of various strains or breeds. The recorded morphological deviations from normal were classified according to the time of their occurrence during embryonic and foetal development, and three categories were(More)