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The "bronze" baby syndrome: a complication of phototherapy.
An intense grey-brown discoloration of the skin, serum, and urine, and anemia occurred in a premature infant when phototherapy was used to reduce hyperbilirubinemia. Pre-existing hepatic disease was
Accumulation of some secretory enzymes in venom glands of Vipera palaestinae.
It is concluded that each of the enzymes is secreted at a rate independent of the other two; this pattern of secretion can best be described as nonparallel.
The photodynamic action of bilirubin on erythrocytes.
Erythrocyte suspensions exposed to bilirubin in concentrations that frequently occur during neonatal life are hemolyzed when irradiated with fluorescent light and may be a consequence of an in vivo photosensitized hemolysis.
Stop-flow analysis of ionic transfer in the dog parotid gland
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Ocular changes in swine associated with chloroquine toxicity.
The most significant, and apparently irre­ versible, ocular changes associated with long-term chloroquine therapy are those in the retina; these may result in permanent impairment of vision.
Parotid secretion of rubidium.
It is concluded that rubidium is transferred from plasma to saliva by the duct cells of the parotid gland and is transported by the same mechanism responsible for potassium secretion.
A double-isotope study on incorporation of platelets and red cells into fibrin.