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Menstrual cycle and basal metabolic rate in women.
Basal metabolic rate, resting metabolic rate (RMR), and energy cost of selected activities were measured in six healthy young women who were participating in a study of protein requirements. TheExpand
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Organizational and technological infrastructures alignment
The objective of this empirical study is to find ways that best support business performance through the alignment of organizational and technological infrastructures. Expand
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Oculodermatological findings in workers with occupational exposure to polychlorinated biphenyls (PCBs).
Oculodermatological findings, such as hypersecretion of the Meibomian glands, swelling of the upper eyelids and hyperpigmentation of the conjunctivae are considered typical of "PCB poisoning." TheyExpand
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Evaluation of right and left ventricular function in hard metal workers.
Ingested cobalt has previously been associated with the development of a congestive cardiomyopathy. Despite occasional reports of cardiomyopathy after industrial exposure to cobalt, this associationExpand
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Clinical findings among hard metal workers.
In 1940, the first report appeared describing a pulmonary disorder associated with occupational exposures in the cemented tungsten carbide industry. The disease, known as "hard metal disease," hasExpand
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Respiratory findings among millwright and machinery erectors: identification of health hazards from asbestos in place at work.
Asbestos-associated diseases are prevalent in the construction trades primarily because of the previously widespread use of asbestos-containing insulation materials. Workers in metal-related trades,Expand
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Extrageniculostriate vision in the monkey
SummaryEight monkeys (Macaca mulatta) were trained on a spatial localization task before and after either total ablation of the striate cortices with partial damage to circumstriate cortices,Expand
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Transfer RNA breakdown products in the urine of asbestos workers.
Patients with malignant mesothelioma, a neoplasia strongly associated with previous asbestos exposure, excrete in the urine high levels of modified purines, pyrimidines, and their ribosides,Expand
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Modified nucleosides in asbestos workers at high risk of malignant disease: results of a preliminary study applying discriminant analysis.
Patients with asbestos related malignant mesothelioma excrete high levels of modified nucleosides in their urine. The purpose of the present report was to explore further the usefulness of measuringExpand
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Elevated urinary excretion of beta-aminoisobutyric acid and exposure to inorganic lead.
beta-Aminoisobutyric acid (beta-AIB), a normal degradation product of thymine, a constituent of DNA and, to a lesser extent, of transfer RNA, is excreted in low levels in human urine. We found that aExpand
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