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Hyphal cells of three fungal species of the genus Penicilium reduced the nonpermeable, external electron acceptor hexabromoiridate IV (HBI IV). In Penicillium cyclopium, the rate of HBI IV reduction by hyphal cells was drastically increased by the addition of ,B-glucose. The stimulation showed high specificity for this sugar and did not require its uptake(More)
Four patients, all possessing an atypical form of plasma cholinesterase, developed prolonged paralysis following succinylcholine administration. The clinical management of all four cases was facilitated by monitoring the train-of-four stimulus. All patients showed marked "fade" of the train-of-four ratio, the initial ratios of the fourth to the first(More)
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