Jan Zwolinski

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Angiotensin-converting enzyme (ACE) was determined in blood serum of 110 patients with sarcoidosis and 80 healthy persons. Taking into account the advancement of pulmonary changes as well as disease activity the behaviour of this enzyme was estimated. It was found that ACE activity is significantly higher in patients with sarcoidosis than in control group.(More)
Effect of lymphocyte E rosette stimulatory and inhibitory factors from human serum on murine T cells was studied. It was shown that the stimulatory factor (a polypeptide, temperature sensitive, with a molecular weight about 20,000, isolated from healthy individuals) interacted, in vitro, with murine spleen T cell precursors and generated formation of(More)
In vitro studies on peripheral blood lymphocytes from tuberculous patients and healthy subjects are reported. Factors isolated from human serum used in the experiments included the Rosette Inhibition Factor (RIF) from serum of tuberculous patients and the Rosette Restoring Factor (RRF) from serum of healthy subjects. Lymphocytes were fractionated on a(More)
59 patients with non-small cell lung cancer were treated with cisplatin (60 mg/m2) on day 1 and etoposide (60 mg/m2) on days 1-5. The results of the treatment were evaluated after 4th course. Remissions were seen in 27 patients, 17 patients had stabilization and 15-progression. The response rate in stages I and II was 70%, in stage III-40% and in stage(More)