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Adhesion-activating phorbol ester increases the mobility of leukocyte integrin LFA-1 in cultured lymphocytes.
Lymphocytes activate adhesion to intracellular adhesion mlecule 1 (ICAM-1) via leukocyte function associated antigen 1 (LFA-1), their major beta 2 integrin, in response to PMA (phorbol 12-myristateExpand
A pelvic muscle precontraction can reduce cough-related urine loss in selected women with mild SUI.
OBJECTIVES To test the hypothesis that selected older women with mild-to-moderate stress urinary incontinence (SUI) can learn to demonstrate significantly reduced urine loss in 1 week byExpand
Post-exposure treatment attenuates noise-induced hearing loss
Reactive oxygen species (ROS) and reactive nitrogen species (RNS) are involved in sensory cell and neural death in the peripheral nervous system, including damage induced by noise trauma. AntioxidantExpand
Pelvic Floor Muscle Contraction During a Cough and Decreased Vesical Neck Mobility
Objective To test the hypothesis that a voluntary pelvic muscle contraction initiated in preparation for a cough, a maneuver we call the Knack, significantly reduces vesical neck displacement.Expand
Reaction-time procedure for measurement of hearing. I. Suprathreshold functions.
Reaction time (RT), or response latency, to auditory stimuli has been suggested as a measure of loudness in nonverbal animals as well as in man. In this study RT functions were obtained for human andExpand
Single Cell Activity in the Auditory Cortex of Rhesus Monkeys: Behavioral Dependency
The response to repetitive stimulation of single cells in the auditory cortex of the monkey is dependent upon behavioral performance and training of the subject in a simple auditory discriminationExpand
Rescue and Regrowth of Sensory Nerves Following Deafferentation by Neurotrophic Factors
ABSTRACT: Trauma and loss of cochlear inner hair cells causes a series of events that result first in the retraction of the peripheral processes of the auditory nerve, scar formation in the organ ofExpand
Demonstration of presbycusis across repeated measures in a nonhuman primate species.
The progress of age-related hearing loss in three 31-yr-old, two 24-yr-old, and two 9-yr-old rhesus monkeys (Macaca mulatta) was repeatedly examined over a period of 3 yr. Pure-tone audiograms forExpand
Neurochemical Analysis of Focal Ischemia in Rats
Background and Purpose Increases in uric acid follow experimental stroke, which may be related to free radical formation by xanthine oxidase. The present study examined the time course of changes inExpand
Deafness-induced plasticity in the mature central auditory system
Studies in rats and guinea pigs indicate that local changes in inhibitory transmitters may underlie deafness-induced plastic changes in electrophysiological responsiveness of cells of the matureExpand