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Inhibitory activity of enterotoxin from Escherichia coli and Vibrio cholerae was associated with the ganglioside fraction of human milk. Both the milk fat and skim milk contained gangliosides that inhibited the toxins. The most purified milk fraction contained three glycolipid components, of which two migrated close to ganglioside GM1 on thin-layer(More)
The torsion of both femurs was investigated in 55 patients who had been treated 5-13 years earlier at the age of 1-16 years for femoral shaft fractures. By comparing the anteversion angle of the contralateral hips, determined by the Rippstein method, torsion deformities exceeding 10 degrees were found in the fractured femur of 10 patients. The maximum(More)
A 71-year-old woman was admitted to a local hospital with abdominal pain and repeated haematemeses and melaena. Plain X-ray of the abdomen showed a cystic mass with a calcified wall behind the stomach. No bleeding point in the stomach or duodenum was found at gastroscopy. Over a period of 28 days she had five episodes of gastrointestinal haemorrhage with no(More)
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