Julianne Forman

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While near-ultraviolet light has been widely used to photoactivate fluorophores and caged compounds in cells, little is known of the long-term biological effects of this light. UVA (315-400 nm) photoactivating light has been well characterized in short-term cell studies and is now being employed in higher doses to control longer-duration phenomena (e.g.(More)
A convenient, practical and effective procedure of administering penicillin by mouth consists of mixing the drug with one tablespoonful of aluminum hydroxide. Substantially higher blood levels are obtained following a 50,000 and a 100,000 unit dose of penicillin with this method than after administration of the drug dissolved in water, either with or(More)
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