Ryan Hirth

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Oral administration of BL-6341 hydrochloride, a long-acting histamine H2-receptor antagonist, to rats for 2 years at doses of 10, 55 or 300 mg/kg/day resulted in several changes in the fundic (oxyntic) mucosa of the glandular stomach. The most significant alteration was a proliferation of argyrophil endocrine cells that was demonstrated to be(More)
A spectrum of proliferative cutaneous lesions occurred in 12 dogs at the injection site of live canine oral papillomavirus (COP) vaccine, suggesting a viral etiology for the masses. Lesions included epidermal hyperplasia, epidermal cysts, squamous papilloma, basal cell epithelioma, and squamous cell carcinoma. Peroxidase-antiperoxidase staining of tumor(More)
An electron microscopic examination of the pathogenic Donetta strain mycoplasma (tentatively Mycoplasma agalactiae var. bovis), in broth and cell cultures, revealed that this organism possessed considerable pleomorphism. A membranelined space occurred in a number of the organisms, and some of these were considered to represent deep, cuplike invaginations of(More)
The potential cardiotoxicity, nephrotoxicity, and pulmonary toxicity of several mitomycin (MMC) derivatives, BMY-25067 (N-7-[2-(4-nitrophenyldithio)ethyl]MMC), BMY-26107 (N-7-[2-(4-aminophenyldithio)ethyl]MMC), BMY-26605 (N-7 acetyl-MMC), BMY-25690 (7-N-(dimethylaminomethylene)-10-[1-morpholinomethyleneamino)carbo nyl- oxy]MMC), BMY-26646(More)
The toxicity of BMS-182248, an immunoglobulin (cBR96)-cytotoxic drug (doxorubicin) conjugate, was investigated in Sprague-Dawley rats at single intravenous doses of 508, 1,200, and 2,550 mg/m2 (conjugated doxorubicin doses of 14.7, 34.8, and 74 mg/m2, respectively) and compared to that obtained from administration of free doxorubicin at single doses of 33.6(More)