Jalal Mobini

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This report confirms our previous observation that IV inoculation of purified protein A causes regression of rat mammary adenocarcinomas. In treated tumors, we have obtained histological evidence of changes indicating tumor cell destruction. Protein A treatment does not cause reduction in the body weight or organ weights of rats; nor does it cause any(More)
The effect of multimodal immunotherapy was studied in rats bearing primary gastrointestinal tumors induced by 1,2-dimethylhydrazine dihydrochloride. Multimodal immune manipulation consisted of combinations of splenectomy, C. parvum, unblocking serum, unblocked lymphoid cells, and levamisole. Such immunologic intervention resulted in significant inhibition(More)
The intima of the elastic arteries undergoes progressive thickening with aging under hemodynamic stress. The earliest changes in humans have been recorded soon after birth, but rare intrauterine fetal cases are on record. We studied a case of intimal thickening that occurred during fetal life in the aorta of the hypervolemic partner of a pair of twins(More)
Changes in the concepts regarding epiglottis have occurred over the last two decades. Supraglottis, once thought to occur exclusively in the pediatric population, is now recognized in adults. Supraglottis is a well-defined syndrome usually caused by a bacterial infection by Haemophilus influenzae type B. Recently, other organisms have been implicated as(More)
Nonabsorbable radioactive material was used in treating malignant lesions by local injection. One hundred thirty-five Lewis Wistar rats were inoculated subcutaneously with tumor cells. After 7 days, the rats grew tumors of approximately 1 X 1 X 1 cm at the injection site. The rats then were divided into two groups; 50% were kept as a control group while the(More)