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Effect of high intratesticular estrogen on global gene expression and testicular cell number in rats
BackgroundThe identification of estrogen receptors alpha and beta and aromatase in the testis has highlighted the important role of estrogens in regulating spermatogenesis. There is a wealth ofExpand
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Disruption of tubulobulbar complex by high intratesticular estrogens leading to failed spermiation.
Spermiation is the final phase of spermatogenesis leading to release of mature spermatids into the lumen of the seminiferous tubules. Morphologically, it involves a series of events, namely removalExpand
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Assessment of metabolism, excretion and pharmacokinetics of a single dose of [14C]-ZD6126 in patients with solid malignant tumors
3083 Background: ZD6126 is a novel vascular-targeting agent that causes disruption of the microtubular network responsible for maintaining the shape of immature, proliferating endothelial cells inExpand
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Congenital Absence of Uvula: Case Report
Traditional Uvulectomy has been an age-long practice throughout Africa and certain parts of the Middle East. It is performed as a treatment to prevent throat infections for centuries and is carriedExpand
Encountering the postcolonial in academia
Purpose The purpose of this paper is to problematize dominant discourses of diversity in academia that are constructed with Eurocentric ideals that demand assimilation with WesternExpand
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Indigenous Sovereignty and Nationhood
Seroma following modified Blalock-Taussig shunt resulting in subsequent occlusion of the shunt which was opened by balloon angioplasty.
We report the case of a 9-year-old boy with tetralogy of Fallot who had undergone left modified Blalock Taussig shunt. The patient developed seroma around the shunt which was excised surgically. TheExpand
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Imagining a desi future
ABSTRACT Afrofuturism is an academic and popular discourse interrupting whitewashed imaginations about the future – a future in which racialized identities are a liability. Borrowing fromExpand