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Autoimmune sera have been used in the diagnosis of autoimmune diseases as well as the analysis of nuclear substructures. In an attempt to study the biological characteristics of the nuclear matrix, we screened human sera using immunofluorescent staining and immunoblot. We detected antibodies against nuclear matrix (NM), a remnant nonchromatin protein(More)
  • S. C. Whipp, E. Kokue, R. W. Morgan, R. Rose, H. W. Moon
  • 1987
In contrast to cholera enterotoxin and other Escherichia coli enterotoxins, a pig-specific, heat-stable E. coli enterotoxin (STb) causes morphologic lesions (loss of villous epithelial cells and partial villous atrophy). These lesions reflect a loss of absorptive cells and thus suggest that STb causes impaired absorption as well as inducing net secretion.(More)
Bronchoplastic lobectomy is a lung-saving procedure indicated for central tumors, for which the alternative is pneumonectomy. We compared operative mortality and complications between bronchoplastic lobectomy and pneumonectomy in lung cancer patients. From March 1993 through December 2005, 1,461 patients were surgically resected for non-small cell lung(More)
Fracture of femur without evidence of severe osteoporosis rarely occurs as a result of minor external force such as a gentle passive or an active range of motion exercises. We report two cases of femoral shaft fracture occurred at the tip of heterotopic ossification of femur by a minor external force, in which the involved femur shows no evidence of(More)
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