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Skeletal development in the meat-type chicken
1. This study ascertained how bone of modern meat-type chickens develops under typical commercial conditions and compares development with that in genetic precursor stock. 2. A modern fast-growingExpand
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Dietary effects on bone quality and turnover, and Ca and P metabolism in chickens.
The responses of skeletal health and blood calcium (Ca) and phosphorus (P) status to different dietary calcium and available P (avP) contents were examined in 2-week-old chickens. High avP contentExpand
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The immune-hypothalamic-pituitary-adrenal axis.
IN VERTEBRATES, four major systems of intercellular communication exist: the neural, the endocrine, the neuroendocrine, and the immune system. For many years evidence has accumulated linking theExpand
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Granulins, a novel class of peptide from leukocytes.
We report the isolation and characterization of a novel class of leukocyte peptides with possible cytokine-like activities which we call granulins. They are cystine-rich with molecular weights ofExpand
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Determination of plasma dexamethasone in the mother and the newborn after administration of the hormone in a clinical trial.
A RIA method is described for the measurement of dexamethasone in maternal, cord, and neonate plasma in a collaborative multicenter clinical trial to evaluate the efficacy of antenatal steroidExpand
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Spike sorting for large, dense electrode arrays
We present a set of tools to solve this problem, implemented in a suite of practical, user-friendly, open-source software. Expand
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Regulation of vitamin D metabolism in normal human pregnancy.
The increasing serum concentrations of various hormones (PTH, PRL, estrogens, and human placental lactogen) are hypothesized to regulate 1,25-dihydroxyvitamin D [1,25(OH)2D] and possiblyExpand
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POMC‐Derived Peptides and Their Biological Action
  • S. Solomon
  • Chemistry, Medicine
  • Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences
  • 1 October 1999
ABSTRACT: It has long been known that a large number of POMC‐related peptides are found in skin. In this introduction I describe the formation of POMC‐derived peptides in various tissues to indicateExpand
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The isolation of peptides by high-performance liquid chromatography using predicted elution positions.
Abstract This paper describes the derivation and use of predictive retention coefficients for the reversed-phase high-performance liquid chromatography of peptides. The use of predicted elutionExpand
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Formation and metabolism of steroids in the fetus and placenta.
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