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Intrauterine growth retardation (IUGR) is encountered in 2.5% (-2 SD) of newborns. Lack of postnatal catch-up growth is found in 8-20%. If GH secretion is increased early postnatally in IUGR, then some persistently short IUGR children may present with GH insufficiency. However, the mechanism of postnatal catch-up growth is heterogenous. The response to GH(More)
A series of extended tetrathiafulvalene (TTF) derivatives bearing one or two 1,4-dithiafulven-6-yl substitutents has been prepared. The new compounds present remarkable electrochemical singularities compared with other TTF derivatives, which are strongly affected by the nature of the substitution on the lateral heterocycle(s). This unusual electrochemical(More)
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