Judit Eriksen

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Food poisoning outbreaks caused by Clostridium perfringens enterotoxin occur occasionally in Europe but have become less common in recent years. This paper presents the microbiological and epidemiological results of a large C. perfringens outbreak occurring simultaneously at two weddings that used the same caterer. The outbreak involved several London(More)
 In daunorubicin resistant Ehrlich ascites tumor cells (DNR), the initial taurine uptake was reduced by 56% as compared to the parental, drug sensitive Ehrlich cells. Kinetic experiments indicated that taurine uptake in Ehrlich cells occurs via both high- and low-affinity transporters. The maximal rate constant for the initial taurine uptake was reduced by(More)
Psoriasis is characterized by scaly plaques resulting from epidermal hyperproliferation, and a chronic inflammatory reaction in the skin with deposits of immune complexes and infiltration of various inflammatory cells. The causal relationship between the epidermal proliferation and the inflammatory reaction is still unclear, but there is a considerable body(More)
Plasminogen activator inhibitor type-1 (PAI-1) was identified in extracts of rat adrenal medulla, and its immunohistochemical localization was studied together with that of tissue-type plasminogen activator (t-PA). By staining of adjacent sections and by doublestaining of the same section we demonstrate that the same cells of the adrenal medulla contain(More)