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The role of physiologic monitoring in patients with fractures of the hip.
Mortality rates for elderly patients with hip fractures have been reported to be as high as 37%. This study evaluated 70 patients of whom 35 were evaluated preoperatively by conventional diagnosticExpand
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Role of polyploidy in the evolution of fishes.
Polyploidy is not generally believed to have played a major role in the evolution of animals. This view has been fostered principally by G. L. Stebbins and M. J. D. White, both of whom as early asExpand
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Structure-activity and cross-resistance evaluations of a series of human immunodeficiency virus type-1-specific compounds related to oxathiin carboxanilide.
A series of compounds related to the nonnucleoside reverse transcriptase (RT) inhibitor (NNRTI) oxathiin carboxanilide (UC84) were evaluated for activity against the human immunodeficiency virusExpand
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Unisexual Fish: Laboratory Synthesis of a "Species"
By hybridizing bisexual (gonochoristic) fishes, all-female clones have been produced that are comparable to those of a wild unisexual "species," Poeciliopsis monacha-lucida, living in northwesternExpand
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Gynogenesis and Triploidy in the Viviparous Fish Poeciliopsis
Three all-female strains of the viviparous fish Poeciliopsis occur in the R�o Fuerte of Sinaloa, Mexico. Poeciliopsis lucida, a bisexual species, provides sperm for these monosexual forms which IExpand
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Uptake, toxicity, and distribution of benzo[a]pyrene and monooxygenase induction in the topminnows Poeciliopsis monacha and Poeciliopsis lucida.
Poeciliopsis lucida and Poeciliopsis monacha are freshwater viviparous fishes susceptible to tumorigenesis by brief exposure to waterborne procarcinogens. The hepatic monooxygenase system and theExpand
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Oxathiin carboxanilide, a potent inhibitor of human immunodeficiency virus reproduction.
Oxathiin carboxanilide (OC), NSC 615985, a compound originally synthesized as a potential fungicide, was demonstrated to be highly active in preventing human immunodeficiency virus (HIV)-induced cellExpand
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Diarylsulfones, a new chemical class of nonnucleoside antiviral inhibitors of human immunodeficiency virus type 1 reverse transcriptase.
A series of variously substituted diarylsulfones and related derivatives were found to prevent human immunodeficiency virus type 1 (HIV-1) replication and HIV-1-induced cell killing in vitro. One ofExpand
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Variation in heat-shock proteins among species of desert fishes (Poeciliidae, Poeciliopsis).
Analysis of the heat-shock proteins (hsps) of six closely related species of Poeciliopsis demonstrated the existence of biochemical diversity in the hsp100, hsp70, hsp60, and hsp30 protein familiesExpand
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Variation in heat shock proteins within tropical and desert species of poeciliid fishes.
The 70-kilodalton heat shock protein (hsp70) family of molecular chaperones, which contains both stress-inducible and normally abundant constitutive members, is highly conserved across distantlyExpand
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