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The hydrolysis rate of chlorpyrifos,O-O-diethylO-(3,5,6-trichloro-2-pyridyl) phosphorothioate, and its dimethyl analog, chlorpyrifos-methyl, in dilute aqueous solution
The hydrolysis rate of chlorpyrifos (the active ingredient of DURSBAN® and LORSBAN® insecticides, registered trademarks of The Dow Chemical Company, Midland, Michigan) in water followed simple… Expand
The fate of 4-Amino-3, 5, 6-trichloropicolinic acid in spring wheat and soil
Plant Metabolism of Insecticides, Identification of Metabolites of Zectran Insecticide in Broccoli
Observations on metabolism of C14-diethyl-stilbestrol.
Animal Metabolism of Insecticides, Identification of Metabolites of Zectran Insecticide in Dog Urine
Detection of Achlorhydria Without Intubation
Intubation of the stomach to obtain samples of gastric juice for examination has two major disadvantages. Even with expert assistance it often proves distressing to the patient, and the act of… Expand
TREATMENT OF NOCTURIA IN THE ELDERLY WITH POSTERIOR PITUITARY SNUFF
- R. Meikle
- Journal of the American Geriatrics Society
- 1 May 1959
Incontinence of urine or faeces is a distressingly common complaint. Brocklehurst (4) for example observed that 14 per cent of all patients in 5 Glasgow hospitals were afflicted in this way. Wilson… Expand
Alopecia following Treatment with Dextran Sulphate and Other Anticoagulant Drugs
1957) as compared with that in healthy subjects, the drug may be said to correct this abnormality. These results are probably relevant to the response to ordinary food, since the test meal used in… Expand
Burke stroke time-oriented profile (BUSTOP): an overview of patient function.
- J. Feigenson, L. Polkow, R. Meikle, W. Ferguson
- Archives of physical medicine and rehabilitation
- 1 November 1979
A simple multidisciplinary time-oriented computer-compatible functional profile is described for the quantitative assessment of stroke patients and their progress during rehabilitation. The reasons… Expand