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Unrelated donor and HLA‐identical sibling haematopoietic stem cell transplantation cure chronic granulomatous disease with good long‐term outcome and growth
Chronic granulomatous disease (CGD) causes recurrent infection and inflammatory disease. Despite antimicrobial prophylaxis, patients experience frequent hospitalisations and 50% mortality by 30Expand
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Alcohol Dehydrogenase: An Autoantibody Target in Patients with Alcoholic Liver Disease
The link between alcohol consumption and liver disease is not direct and several factors including autoimmunity to hepatocyte components have been implicated. We have previously identified alcoholExpand
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Increased activity, amount, and altered kinetic properties of IMP dehydrogenase from mycophenolic acid-resistant neuroblastoma cells.
Mouse wild-type neuroblastoma cells (NB cells) were stepwise selected for 10,000-fold increased resistance to mycophenolic acid (NB-Myco cells), an inhibitor of IMP dehydrogenase (IMP:NAD+Expand
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Bovine β-mannosidosis: Pathologic and Genetic Findings in Salers Calves
β-mannosidosis is a recently recognized lysosomal storage disease in newborn Salers calves. Fourteen calves with β-mannosidase deficiency were examined. Twelve calves were from routine laboratoryExpand
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Detection of GB virus C by the RT-PCR LCx system.
The recent publication of representative genomic sequences of GBV-C has permitted the selection of PCR primers for detection of GBV-C in clinical samples by PCR techniques. Traditional amplificationExpand
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Bovine β-mannosidase deficiency
A fatal inherited glycoprotein storage disorder is described in Salers cattle which affects both sexes. Affected calves are unable to stand at birth, have a marked intention tremor, markedly enlargedExpand
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Interleukin-2-dependent T lymphocytes for the diagnosis and investigation of inherited metabolic disorders.
Interleukin-2-dependent T cell lines can be started from as little as 1 ml of peripheral blood and expanded to 50 x 10(6) cells within 12 days. These cells represent an easily obtainable source ofExpand
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The Ethnobotany ofPluchea carolinensis (Jacq.) G. Don (Asteraceae) in the Botánicas of Miami, Florida
Abstract2006 Botánicas, or herbal shops that cater to ethnic populations, are common in culturally diverse southern Florida. One of the most frequently found plants in these botánicas isPlucheaExpand
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Successful Outcome with Serial Amniocenteses for Polyhydramnios Complicating Cystic Adenomatoid Malformation of the Lung
Summary: Hydrops fetalis secondary to congenital cystic adenomatoid malformation of the fetal lung is almost invariably a lethal condition. This poor prognosis may be attributed to the combinedExpand
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Bovine beta-mannosidosis: pathologic and genetic findings in Salers calves.
beta-mannosidosis is a recently recognized lysosomal storage disease in newborn Salers calves. Fourteen calves with beta-mannosidase deficiency were examined. Twelve calves were from routineExpand
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