Linda Lundgaard Andersen

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Maternal plasma levels of pregnancy-associated murine protein-1 (PAMP-1) were measured by rocket immunoelectrophoresis in BALB/cABom mice experimentally infected with the two intestinal parasites Schistosoma mansoni and Echinostoma caproni. In the first half of pregnancy the PAMP-1 level was significantly lower in the infected females compared with the(More)
The article presents a psychoanalytic and cultural perspective on the modernization of the welfare state in a Danish context. The article analyzes the processes of change and development in public welfare organizations through theoretical and empirical perspectives. The first statement argues, that development and change related to modernization cause(More)
This is the first demonstration of alpha 2-pregnancy-associated glycoprotein (alpha 2-PAG) in the mink. Mink alpha 2-PAG exhibits complete immunological cross reaction with dog alpha 2-PAG when analysed in assays employing antisera against canine alpha 2-PAG raised in rabbits. Alpha 2-PAG was quantitated by rocket immunoelectrophoresis in heparin plasma(More)
A cyclic variation in plasma levels of pregnancy-associated murine protein-1 (PAMP-1) during the oestrus cycle in outbred Pan: Thei mice was recorded. PAMP-1 plasma levels were significantly elevated in dioestrus as compared with the three other stages of the murine oestrus cycle. Until day 7 of gestation the PAMP-1 plasma levels remained low, and no(More)
The effect of exogenous insulin on the maternal serum level of alpha-fetoprotein and fetal weight was studied. Insulin was given either as one subcutaneous injection on the 13th day of pregnancy (pulse treatment) or as subcutaneous injections each day throughout pregnancy (long-term treatment). Neither of the treatment procedures resulted in a significant(More)
Fetal growth retardation was induced in 14 day pregnant female mice by ligation of the uterine arteries. Maternal serum levels of pregnancy-associated murine protein-2 (PAM-2) and murine alpha-fetoprotein (m-AFP) were recorded. The ligation resulted in a reduction in fetal growth and a corresponding decrease in maternal circulatory m-AFP, whereas placental(More)
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