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Chronic sinusitis. Relationship of computed tomographic findings to allergy, asthma, and eosinophilia.
The well-accepted associations of chronic sinusitis with asthma and allergy appear to be restricted to the group with extensive disease, and the presence of peripheral eosinophilia in patients with Sinusitis indicates a high likelihood of extensive disease.
A neutrophil chemotactic factor from human C'5.
These studies document the second fragmentation product of low molecular weight from the complement system possessing chemotactic activity, which appears to be a cleavage product of C′5 with an estimated molecular weight of 8500.
Chronic sinusitis: risk factors for extensive disease.
Marine Flatworms: The World of Polyclads
This book explores flatworms’ unusual structure, feeding habits, their curious reproductive behaviour (including ‘penis fencing’), their mimicry and toxicology, and is the first comprehensive guide to polyclad families and genera.
A molecular framework for the phylogeny of the Pseudocerotidae (Platyhelminthes, Polycladida)
Systematic relationships within the cotylean family Pseudocerotidae were examined using nucleotide sequences of the D3 expansion segment of the 28S rDNA gene. A previously suggested separation of…
The importance of the fixation of colour, pattern and form in tropical Pseudocerotidae (Platyhelminthes, Polycladida)
At last a fixation method that ensures tropical pseudocerotid polyclads are fixed flat, preserved for histological preparation and which also retains their colour pattern has been developed. FCA-PGPP…
Bacterial factors chemotactic for polymorphonuclear leukocytes.
Sex and violence in hermaphrodites
Differences in objectives between males and females are a driving force in the evolution of copulatory mechanisms. Hermaphrodites can also have sexual conflicts, but caused by opposing sexual…
Identifying suitable invertebrate species from a unique habitat for ecotoxicological testing
A variety of Australian rocky shore species were used to identify a suitable species for future ecotoxicological testing, however, further work is warranted on three of the species.