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[Drug-induced fever caused by hydroxyurea. Apropos of 3 new cases].
Drug-induced fever is a frequent (3-5% of all adverse effects) but under recognized adverse effect of several drugs. Hydroxyurea, an antimetabolite cytostatic agent, has rarely been involved in theExpand
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Use of immunoblotting to characterize the mitochondrial antigens recognized by anti-mitochondrial autoantibodies.
Sera with anti-mitochondrial autoantibodies detected by indirect immunofluorescence and/or enzyme-linked immunosorbent assay (ELISA) were examined by immunoblotting against pig heart mitochondria.Expand
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[Prospective randomized single-blind trial comparing oral sodium phosphate with polyethylene glycol for colonoscopy preparation].
AIM AND METHODS The aim of this prospective, randomized, study performed in 60 outpatients was to compare 2 precolonoscopy bowel preparations: oral sodium phosphate (NaP) versus standard polyethyleneExpand
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Demonstration of anti-mitochondria antibodies by ELISA. Comparison with the indirect immunofluorescence technique on organ sections.
We determined the optimal conditions for the detection of anti-mitochondria antibodies by an enzyme linked immunosorbent assay (ELISA). Pig heart mitochondria was used at 5 mg/ml to coat polystyreneExpand