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Rapid loss of vertebral mineral density after renal transplantation.
BACKGROUND Osteopenia is a major complication of renal transplantation. Immunosuppressive regimens including cyclosporine, which permit the use of lower doses of glucocorticoids, may reduceExpand
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A gene responsible for cavernous malformations of the brain maps to chromosome 7q.
Cavernous malformations of the brain are vascular lesions which are present in up to 0.4% of all individuals and which are often accompanied by seizures, migraine, hemorrhage and other neurologicExpand
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Evidence for a novel gene for familial febrile convulsions, FEB2, linked to chromosome 19p in an extended family from the Midwest.
Febrile convulsions are a common form of childhood seizure. It is estimated that between 2 and 5% of children will have a febrile convulsion before the age of 5. It has long been recognized thatExpand
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Sets of short tandem repeat polymorphisms for efficient linkage screening of the human genome.
For the purpose of initial screening of the human genome in linkage mapping, two overlapping sets of high quality short tandem repeat polymorphisms (STRPs) which span the autosomes have beenExpand
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Familial cerebral cavernous angioma: A gene localized to a 15‐cm interval on chromosome 7q
Cerebral cavernous angiomas are collections of closely clustered vessels without intervening normal brain parenchyma, with microscopic evidence of hemorrhage, frequently multiple; they are bestExpand
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Influence of Castration and Testosterone Propionate on Cardiac Output, Renal Blood Flow, and Blood Volume in Mice 1
Summary The cardiac output and renal blood flow has been determined in mice by the adaptation of the 86Rb method of Sapir-stein. Cardiac output also was determined with [131I] albumin. CastrationExpand
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Genetic linkage of the familial cavernous malformation (CM) gene to chromosome 7q
Cavernous malformations (also known as cavernous angiomas) are abnormalities of the central nervous system vasculature that affect approximately 0.5% of the population often leading to clinicalExpand
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Free and peptide hydroxyproline in chronic uremia.
Abstract Plasma levels, urinary excretion and renal clearance rates of free and peptide hydroxyproline were estimated in normal subjects, patients with chronic uremia, and in representative cases ofExpand
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Determination of hydroxyproline polypeptides in urine and blood serum by gel filtration.
  • J. Dubovský, R. Meyer
  • Chemistry, Medicine
  • Clinica chimica acta; international journal of…
  • 23 July 1975
Hydroxyproline-containing polypeptides were isolated from urine by filtration on polyacrylamide gel Bio-Gel P-2. This fraction was quantitatively and qualitatively similar to the nondialysableExpand
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