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Comparison of muscle fiber directions between different levator ani muscle subdivisions: in vivo MRI measurements in women
Introduction and hypothesisThis study describes a technique to quantify muscle fascicle directions in the levator ani (LA) and tests the null hypothesis that the in vivo fascicle directions for eachExpand
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Regulation of oxidative stress resistance in Campylobacter jejuni, a microaerophilic foodborne pathogen
Campylobacter jejuni is one of the leading bacterial causes of human gastroenteritis. Due to the increasing rates of human campylobacteriosis, C. jejuni is considered as a serious public healthExpand
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Anatomy of the pubovisceral muscle origin: Macroscopic and microscopic findings within the injury zone
The levator ani muscle (LA) injury associated with vaginal birth occurs in a characteristic site of injury on the inner surface of the pubic bone to the pubovisceral portion of the levator aniExpand
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An Improved Culture Method for Selective Isolation of Campylobacter jejuni from Wastewater
Campylobacter jejuni is one of the leading foodborne pathogens worldwide. C. jejuni is isolated from a wide range of foods, domestic animals, wildlife, and environmental sources. The currentlyExpand
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On the anatomy and histology of the pubovisceral muscle enthesis in women
The origin of the pubovisceral muscle (PVM) from the pubic bone is known to be at elevated risk for injury during difficult vaginal births. We examined the anatomy and histology of its enthesialExpand
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SGNP: An Essential Stress Granule/Nucleolar Protein Potentially Involved in 5.8s rRNA Processing/Transport
Background Stress Granules (SG) are sites of accumulation of stalled initiation complexes that are induced following a variety of cellular insults. In a genetic screen for factors involved inExpand
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