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  • J. Balan, L. Križková, P. Nemec, V. Vollek
  • 1974
Arthrobotrys conoides Drechsler,Arthrobotrys oligospora Fressenius andMonacrosporium rutgeriensis R. C. Cooke, Pramer belong to the peculiar group of predactious fungi which trap and kill nematodes. We have found that these cultures produce nematode-attracting and nematicidal substances the production of which is potentiated in the presence of nematodes.(More)
Hert et al. (J Comp Physiol A, 2011) challenged one part of the study by Begall et al. (PNAS 105:13451-13455, 2008) claiming that they could not replicate the finding of preferential magnetic alignment of cattle recorded in aerial images of Google Earth. However, Hert and co-authors used a different statistical approach and applied the statistics on a(More)
Peripartum cardiomyopathy (PPCM) is a relatively rare disease characterized by systolic heart failure occuring towards the end of pregnancy or during the months following birth. It is most often seen in women of African descent, and its incidence seems to be slightly increasing in recent years. Other etiologies of heart failure should be excluded to(More)
  • V. Betina, P. Nemec, J. Dobias, Z. Baráth
  • 1962
The isolation and some properties of a new antibiotic, cyanein, isolated fromPenicillium cyaneum are described. Cyanein is a white crystalline substance of neutral character, its melting point is 199.8–201.8° C, (α)D 23 = + 82.7°. It is very little soluble in water, benzene and petroleum ether, more readily soluble in ethanol, acetone, propylene(More)
  • Z. Baráth, H. Baráthová, V. Betina, P. Nemec
  • 1974
Fusarium sp. S-435 produces a group of related antifungal antibiotics. Three components of a mixture were isolated in a pure state from the mycelium and cultivation medium of the productive strain: ramihyphins A, B and C. Another two components (D and E) were demonstrated by thin-layer chromatography. Ramihyphin A is the main component of the mixture. Its(More)
  • H. Baráthová, V. Betina, P. Nemec
  • 1969
In tests of 31 antibiotics, 29 inhibited growth ofBotrytis cinerea and of these, 18 induced morphological changes. Terminal and lateral branching of the hyphae was induced by actinomycin D, aspergillic acid, citrinin, cyanein, cycloheximide, desertomycin and polyene antibiotics. Curling of the hyphae was induced by griseofulvin and narrowing of the hyphae(More)
BACKGROUND Traditional great saphenous vein harvest for coronary artery bypass grafting is associated with a significant risk of impaired wound healing. Endoscopic saphenous vein harvesting (EVH) has been introduced in an effort to reduce the incidence of leg-wound complications, whereas the histological quality and long-term patency of harvested grafts are(More)
The authors present their first experience with minimally invasive saphenous vein harvesting for coronary artery bypass grafting (CABG). From February 2004 to June 2004 33 patients undergoing CABG were scheduled for minimally vein harvest with the use of Vega system (B/Braun-Aesculap, Tuttlingen, Germany). We evaluated wound and neurological complications(More)
Great saphenous vein harvest is associated with a significant risk of impaired wound healing. The purpose of this study was to determine efficacy of one system designed for minimally invasive vein harvest (MIVH) and to assess postoperative and mid-term wound-healing disturbances. From February 2004 to June 2005, great saphenous harvest for coronary artery(More)