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We report the neuropathological evaluation of a 24-year-old autistic woman suffering from a residual state of infantile autism and presenting with self-injury behavior since childhood. Her behavior included head-banging, eye-gouging and self-biting. All intended therapeutic measures remained without effect, including high doses of psychotropic drugs. At(More)
Dehydrogenase activity was studied in typical soils of the Northwest German Lower Plains in order to test some criticisms raised by nannipieri et al. (1990) about methodology. We found that in the same soils with the sampe crop, dehydrogenase activity varies significantly. In the field dehydrogenase activity was dependent on the soil type and not on the(More)
In an accompanying paper, we discussed the relevance of biological uniqueness for research in physiology and medicine. We proposed the concepts of subject-specific homeostasis, or 'intrinsic' homeostasis. Here, we illustrate this concept with the example of the endocrine 'fingerprint'. 9 hormones were measured in the blood of 8 normal subjects during 2(More)
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