Hilary Hake

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The purpose of the present study was to compare the effect of 24 h of exposure to 7% O2 (normal middle ear physiological conditions) vs. 21% O2 (found in the middle ear after ventilation tube placement) on transepithelial Na+ absorption and Cl- secretion in cultured gerbil middle ear epithelial cell monolayers. Although no difference in apical Na+(More)
The immunohistological method described here permits re-examination of previously Feulgen stained quail-chick chimera tissues for vascular development using the monoclonal antibody QH1 which specifically recognizes quail hemangioblastic cells. Weigert's iron hematoxylin has been used to restore faded or bleached Feulgen stained chimeric avian tissues.(More)
Cystinosis is a rare, autosomally and recessively inherited disorder of amino-acid metabolism with ocular involvement. Four patients with this disease are reported on. The clinical signs of the first patient, who had nephropathic cystinosis, are compared with the signs and symptoms of the benign phenotype (benign cystinosis). In both nephropathic and benign(More)
It has been reported that the cyclic dopamine analog 5,6-dihydroxy-2-methylaminotetralin (M-8) in an adrenergic agonist in the dog. In this study, the effects of M-8 on hindlimb vascular responses was determined in the dog. In group I (n = 10), hindlimb vascular responses to ipsilateral femoral artery injections of M-8 before and after adrenergic blockade(More)
A primary perireticulin amyloidosis is reported in a 14-year-old girl, which showed the symptoms of a steroid-resistant nephrotic syndrome. The diagnosis was established by biopsies of kidney and rectum. Occurrence of amyloidosis in childhood and the clinical picture are discussed and references to clinical trials carried out are given.
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