I. B. Aronson

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The causes of transplant-associated coronary artery disease remain obscure, and there is no known treatment. Preservation injury of murine heterotopic vascularized cardiac isografts caused a small, albeit significant, increase in neointimal formation; preservation injury of allografts markedly increased both the incidence and severity of(More)
Prostate-specific antigen (PSA), a glycoprotein initially thought to be produced only by the epithelial cells of the prostate, has recently been found in 30% of female breast tumours using immunofluorometry. Our aim was to localize PSA immunohistochemically in a selected group of 27 paraffin-embedded breast tissues. A scoring system was developed for the(More)
Executive Summary The urgent demand for new energy technologies has greatly exceeded the capabilities of today's materials and chemical processes. To convert sunlight to fuel, efficiently store energy, or enable a new generation of energy production and utilization technologies requires the development of new materials and processes of unprecedented(More)
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