Jack McIntyre

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Under the National Forest Management Act of 1979, the USDA Forest Service is charged with maintaining viable populations of all existing native vertebrate species on lands they administer. Accomplishment of this responsibility requires complete assessment of all federally authorized, funded, or implemented projects that may jeopardize the continued(More)
We show that N-acetylcysteine (NAC) has the ability to cause statistically significant diminishment in the in vitro formation of irreversibly sickled cells (ISCs) at concentrations greater than 250 micromol/L. Other antioxidants, approved for human use (cysteamine, succimer, dimercaprol), were not efficacious. NAC had the ability to cause statistically(More)
In human telencephalon at 8-12 postconceptional weeks, ribonucleic acid quantitative sequencing and immunohistochemistry revealed cortical chicken ovalbumin upstream promotor-transcription factor 1 (COUP-TFI) expression in a high ventro-posterior to low anterior gradient except for raised immunoreactivity in the anterior ventral pallium. Unlike in mouse,(More)
By B. P. L. MOORE, I. LININS AND J. MCINTYii IT IS A COMMON PRACTICE to use bovine albumin, in 20 per cent or 22 per cent concentration, as a suspension medium for test cells in compatibility or prenatal tests. Sera that react with albumin-suspended cells and not with saline-suspended cells are assumed to possess an “incomplete” form of antibody, the(More)
The red blood cells (RBCs) derived from blood taken from homozygous sickle cell (SS) patients demonstrate densities that are inversely proportional to the intracellular reduced glutathione (GSH) content. Addition of 1 mM 1-chloro-2,4-dinitrobenzene (CDNB) to low-density sickle cells (LDSS), at 4 degrees C, results in a shift of LDSS erythrocytes to(More)
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