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Is extensive lymphadenectomy necessary for surgical treatment of intramucosal carcinoma of the stomach?
This study was undertaken to elucidate those histological and gross features associated with gastric carcinoma that can be adequately treated by gastrectomy with less aggressive lymphadenectomy. TheExpand
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Analysis of tenascin mRNA expression in the murine mammary gland from embryogenesis to carcinogenesis: an in situ hybridization study.
The expression of tenascin gene during murine mammary gland development was analyzed by in situ hybridization with non-radioactive cRNA probes. The aim was to identify whether cells that synthesizeExpand
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Change of glutathione peroxidase synthesis along with that of superoxide dismutase synthesis in mice spleens after low-dose X-ray irradiation.
We have previously demonstrated that the activity of superoxide dismutase (SOD), an antioxidant, is enhanced by low-dose X-ray irradiation in various organs of animals such as rats. Since SOD is anExpand
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Simultaneous Determination of Ascorbic Acid and Uric Acids in Body Fluids by High-Performance Liquid Chromatography with Electrochemical Detection
Abstract It has been found that the complete separation of ascorbic acid and uric acid on a column packed with newly developed rigid-type polyvinyl alcohol gels by injecting an aliquot (10 μ1) ofExpand
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Xanthine and Uric Acid Levels in Rat Brain Following Focal Ischemia
Abstract: Changes of the xanthine and uric acid (UA) levels in rat forebrain following focal cerebral ischemia were studied by reversed‐phase HPLC with electrochemical detection. Focal ischemia wasExpand
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An Improved Method Fòr Extraction, Partial Purification, Separation and Isolation of Chlorophyll from Spinach Leaves
Abstract Powdered sugar column chromatographic separation and isolation of chlorophyll were studied. A wet column was employed using a Pharmacia R25 chromatographic tube connected, through a UVExpand
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Postperfusion Energy Metabolism of Steatotic Graft and Its Relation to Early Graft Viability Following Liver Transplantation
The present study was designed to assess energymetabolism of steatotic grafts and to determine itsrelation to early graft viability. Graft biopsies weretaken, and the triglyceride content wasExpand
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Nonoperative treatment for a ruptured pseudoaneurysm of the celiac trunk: Report of a case
We report the case of a 67-year-old man in whom hemorrhage from a ruptured celiac trunk pseudoaneurysm, which occurred as a consequence of leakage at the site of gastroduodenostomy, was successfullyExpand
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Apolipoprotein C-II modifications associated with an infusion of artificial lipid particles.
Artificial lipid particles used as parenteral nutrition solution do not contain any apolipoproteins when they are infused into the circulation. Despite the absence of apolipoproteins, the metabolismExpand
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Prediction of post-operative survival time by multivariate analysis in patients with advanced cancer of the stomach.
In order to give a sound basis to a surgeon for the decision that a cancer should or should not be removed, an attempt was made to produce a regression equation to estimate postoperative survival.Expand
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