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Subclinical infection of the silicone breast implant surface as a possible cause of capsular contracture
In order to reexamine the possible association between bacterial presence and capsular contracture, 55 silicone devices (mammary implants or tissue expanders) were cultured at the time of theirExpand
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The Consumer Price Index (CPI).
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  • Trends & techniques in the contemporary dental…
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Structure and kinematics of galaxy clusters. I. The redshift catalogue
An extensive redshift survey has been conducted on a sample of 15 nearby (0:01 <z < 0 :05) clusters of galaxies. A total number of 860 redshifts were determined by tting of emission{lines and/orExpand
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Is that all there is? The concept of care and the dialectic of critique
Abstract Recognition of the usefulness of critical social analysis for gerontology has been increasing just as a range of new problems, ranging from globalization to the anti-aging movement, areExpand
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Diffusion-Weighted MRI Helps Predict Outcome in Basilar Artery Occlusion Patients Treated with Intra-Arterial Thrombolysis
Background: Intra-arterial thrombolysis (IAT) can improve clinical outcome in patients with acute basilar artery occlusion (BAO). The purpose of this study was to determine whether the severity ofExpand
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Cycling of Ca2+ across the Plasma Membrane as a Mechanism for Generating a Ca2+ Signal for Cell Activation a
When studies of Ca2+ messenger function were initially carried out in nerve and muscle, it seemed that Ca2+ played its messenger role in a very simple manner: increases and decreases in intracellularExpand
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Defective Tamm-Horsfall protein in patients with interstitial cystitis.
PURPOSE Normal urinary Tamm-Horsfall protein shows a urothelial cytoprotective effect against potentially toxic compounds in urine that may injure the urothelium and cause bladder disease. One suchExpand
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Role of sialic acid in urinary cytoprotective activity of Tamm-Horsfall protein.
OBJECTIVES Tamm-Horsfall protein (THP) from normal urine has been shown to protect against the cytotoxic effects of toxic urinary cations (TFs) in vivo and in vitro. This study investigated theExpand
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Raman antiresonance: De‐enhancement of Raman intensity by forbidden electronic transitions
The intensities of the Raman lines of the transition metal complexes Co(en)33+, PdCl4=, PdBr4=, and PdI4=, have been investigated as a function of excitation energy in the vicinity of vibronicallyExpand
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Angular Dependence of Raman Scattering Intensity
The angular distribution of the intensity of Raman scattered light from a sample of randomly oriented molecules is calculated for all Raman active vibrational transitions for the common molecularExpand
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