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Toxicological approaches to the metabolites of Fusaria. VI. Vomiting factor from moldy corn infected with Fusarium spp.
Screening tests using HeLa cells and mice for detection of mycotoxin-producing fungi isolated from foodstuffs.
Cytotoxic effects of scirpene compounds, fusarenon-X produced by Fusarium nivale, dihydronivalenol and dihydrofusarenon-X, on HeLa cells.
Fusarenon-X, isolated from culture filtrate of Fusarium nivale, showed a complete inhibition of growth of HeLa S3 cells at a concentration of 0 .5 ƒÊg/ml.
Cross-linking and stereospecific structure of collagen in mineralized and nonmineralized skeletal tissues.
It was found that there were few aldehyde derived cross-links in the NH2-terminal nonhelical portions of the bone type I collagen, indicating a stereospecific packing of collagen molecules in the fibrils similar manner to periodontal ligament collagen.
Cross-linking connectivity in bone collagen fibrils: the COOH-terminal locus of free aldehyde.
It is concluded that the connectivity of COOH-terminal cross-linking in bone collagen fibrils changes with maturation in the following way: at first, each 16c residue in each of the two alpha 1 chains of the collagen molecule is incorporated into a sheet-like pattern of intermolecular iminium cross-links, which stabilizes the young, nonmineralized fibril as a whole.
Screening test using HeLa cells and mice for detection of mycotoxin-producing fungi isolated from foodstuffs. An additional report on fungi collected in 1968-1969.
Treatment of overactive bladder with modified intravesical oxybutynin chloride
Modified intravesical oxybutynin is an effective and safe therapy option for overactive bladder patients who do not respond to other treatments such as oral anticholinergic agents and electric stimulation.
Toxicity to mice and rats of molded rice of some mycotoxin-producing fungi isolated from foodstuffs.
Some experiments on the Ecology of the Root knot Nematode, Meloidogyne incognita var. acrita