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Comparative anatomy of pigment-dispersing hormone-immunoreactive neurons in the brain of orthopteroid insects
SummaryIn a comparative study, the anatomy of neurons immunoreactive with an antiserum against the crustacean β-pigment-dispersing hormone was investigated in the brain of several orthopteroidExpand
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Pigment‐dispersing hormone‐like peptide in the nervous system of the flies Phormia and Drosophila: Immunocytochemistry and partial characterization
β‐pigment‐dispersing hormone (β‐PDH) isolated from the fiddler crab (Rao et al., '85) is a member of an octadecapeptide family of neuropeptides common to arthropods. Whereas earlier studies of theseExpand
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Exposure of K562 cells to anti-receptor monoclonal antibody OKT9 results in rapid redistribution and enhanced degradation of the transferrin receptor
When the human erythroleukemia cell line K562 is treated with OKT9, a monoclonal antibody against the transferrin receptor, effects on receptor dynamics and degradation ensue. The apparent half-lifeExpand
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Perception, Cognition and Consciousness in Classical Hindu Psychology.
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Cognitive anomalies, consciousness and yoga
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The anomaly called psi: Recent research and criticism
Over the past hundred years, a number of scientific investigators claim to have adduced experimental evidence for “psi” phenomena – that is, the apparent ability to receive information shielded fromExpand
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Failure to release iron from transferrin in a Chinese hamster ovary cell mutant pleiotropically defective in endocytosis
A Chinese hamster ovary cell mutant defective in the receptor-mediated endocytosis of several unrelated ligands (Robbins, A. R., S. S. Peng, and J. L. Marshall, 1983, J. Cell Biol., 96:1064-1071)Expand
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MHC antigen expression and cellular response in spontaneous and induced rejection of intracerebral neural xenografts in neonatal rats.
Fetal mouse retinae transplanted to the mesencephalon of neonatal rats generally survive for prolonged periods of time without immune suppression suggesting that such grafts enjoy a degree ofExpand
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Pigment-dispersing hormone immunoreactive neurons in the blowfly nervous system.
We could demonstrate pigment-dispersing hormone immunoreactive (PDHIR) neurons in the brain and ventral ganglia of the blowfly Phormia terraenovae. PDHIR neurons were found in the optic lobe. TheirExpand
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