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Recombinant human erythropoietin for patients with AIDS treated with zidovudine.
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It is concluded that recombinant human erythropoietin may be useful in patients with AIDS treated with zidovudine, although the indicators for its use remain to be clarified.
ION TRANSPORT IN ISOLATED RABBIT ILEUM. I. SHORT-CIRCUIT CURRENT AND NA FLUXES.
The transmural potential difference, short-circuit current, and Na fluxes have been investigated in an in vitro preparation of isolated rabbit ileum. When the tissue is perfused with a physiological
Ion Transport in Isolated Rabbit Ileum : II. The interaction between active sodium and active sugar transport
The addition of actively transported sugars to the solution bathing the mucosal surface of an in vitro preparation of distal rabbit ileum results in a rapid increase in the transmural potential
Ion Transport in Isolated Rabbit Ileum
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It is demonstrated that the serosa-to-mucosa flux of Na may be attributed to passive diffusion with no evidence for the presence of carrier-mediated exchange diffusion or the influence of solvent-drag.
Interrelations of vitamin B12 and folic acid metabolism: folic acid clearance studies.
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Preliminary results of part of these studies suggest that folic acid activity "piles up" in human serum in the presence of vitamin B12 deficiency, and provides direct evidence of deranged folic Acid metabolism due to vitamin B 12 deficiency.
The bone marrow in AIDS. A histologic, hematologic, and microbiologic study.
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The authors conclude that these latter findings, when seen in high-risk patients, particularly those with lymphopenia, anemia, and/or hypergammaglobulinemia, also strongly suggest the diagnosis of AIDS.
Human immunodeficiency virus‐associated Hodgkin's disease. Clinicopathologic studies of 24 cases and preponderance of mixed cellularity type characterized by the occurrence of fibrohistiocytoid
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Hodgkin's disease in AIDS patients presents an intriguing biological model to study the role of stromal histiocytes in immunodeficient patients and suggests the usefulness of the bone marrow biopsy for diagnosis in subjects at risk of developing acquired immune deficiency syndrome.
A familialdefect in platelet function associated with imapired release of adenosine diphosphate.
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Platelet function in some patients with primary, but sporadic, disorders of hemostasis have been attributed to impaired release of platelet adenosine diphosphate (ADP), and this work aims to clarify the mechanisms behind this association.
Correlation of folate deficiency with alcoholism and associated macrocytosis, anemia, and liver disease.
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Macrocytosis has been observed frequently in association with cirrhosis since 1884 and the concomitant presence of macrocytotic, anemia, and Cirrhosis, usually in associations with alcohol, is found to be concerning.
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