M. Passovoy

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Short-term incubation of organ cultures of puppy scapulae in a medium enriched with lysozyme or protamine induces specific alterations in the histologic staining properties of the explant not induced by albumin or by ultraviolet-inactivated lysozyme. The induced changes are different for each two proteins. The lysozyme effect is anatomically distributed(More)
The mechanisms and potential mediator of hypercapneic pulmonary hypertension are incompletely understood. We studied 18 dogs, anaesthetised and spontaneously breathing both room air and after the inhalation of a gas mixture containing 10% CO2, 20.9% O2, and 69.1% N2, to determine the role of histamine, serotonin, and acidaemia in pulmonary hypertension(More)
One hundred thirty patients have had 244 pacemakers of five types implanted at Presbyterian-St. Luke’s Hospital in the past eight years. There has been I 0.50 probabilIty of successful unit function at only 12 months with epicardial units. All transvenous units used have had a 0.50 probabilIty of unit success at more than 17 months. This fact, combined with(More)
Embryonic mouse femoral cartilage, like the epiphyseal cartilage of the calf scapula, contains large amounts of lysozyme. The addition of egg white lysozyme to organ cultures of embryonic mouse femurs induces unique alterations in the gross and microscopic morphology of the femurs. The sites of these alterations are precisely related to the natural(More)