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Therapeutic effects of oral NADH on the symptoms of patients with chronic fatigue syndrome.
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The results of this pilot study indicate that NADH may be a valuable adjunctive therapy in the management of the chronic fatigue syndrome and suggest that further clinical trials be performed to establish its efficacy in this clinically perplexing disorder. Expand
Maturation of the Rabbit Alveolar Macrophage during Animal Development. I. Perinatal Influx into Alveoli and Ultrastructural Differentiation
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The finding of a marked increase in lavageable Am's may serve to prepare the alveoli for early postnatal events, and such a phospholipid scavenging role may be especially significant in the newborn animal when large quantities of surfactant are rapidly released into theAlveoli. Expand
Protective effect of antibody to parainfluenza type 1 virus.
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Adult and older children undergoing reinfection probably constitute an important source of acute respiratory disease in infants and children, and most older children and adults have serum neutralizing antibody to this virus. Expand
Humoral and Cell-Mediated Immunity in Growth Hormone-Deficient Children: Effect of Therapy with Human Growth Hormone
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A positive role of GH cannot be entirely excluded since total GH deficiency did not exist in all children, and T and B rosettes, immunoglobulin concentrations, and hypersensitivity skin tests were not affected by GH therapy. Expand
IgE and non-IgE food allergy.
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The clinical manifestations of FA may be the result of immunologic injury mediated by interaction of food antigens with contiguous elements of mucosal associated lymphoid tissue, modulated by relative imbalances of the Th1/Th2 paradigm. Expand
Role of food allergy in serous otitis media.
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The possibility of food allergy should be considered in all pediatric patients with recurrent serous otitis media and a diligent search for the putative food allergen made for proper diagnostic and therapeutic intervention. Expand
Poly I:C Accelerates Development of Diabetes Mellitus in Diabetes-Prone BB Rat
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The histopathologic findings of insulitis and decreased immunoreactive islet insulin in poly I:C–accelerated diabetic BB rats and in BB rats with spontaneous diabetes suggest a similar pathophysiology. Expand
A phase I study of the safety of honeybee venom extract as a possible treatment for patients with progressive forms of multiple sclerosis.
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There was little evidence to support the use of honeybee venom in the treatment of MS, and because of the small numbers studied, there were no definite conclusions regarding efficacy and therefore there was little support for its use. Expand
Recurrent Respiratory Tract Infections in Paediatric Patients
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The paediatrician must first determine whether these recurrent infections are because of host-derived factors or are the result of increased environmental exposure, which may be nonimmunological or related to host immunodeficiency. Expand
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