Sharma Murray

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The effects of age on cholecystokinin (CCK) release, pancreatic enzyme secretion, and growth of the pancreas mediated by dietary kidney beans or soya beans were evaluated in trials with 30-, 90-, 250-, and 400-day-old rats. Soya beans increased blood CCK and caused hypersecretion of digestive enzymes and rapid pancreatic growth in all rats. Kidney beans(More)
The acute effects of kidney bean (Phaseolus vulgaris) E2L2 lectins (PHA) given orally to conscious rats or continually infused into the duodenum of anesthetized rats on blood cholecystokinin (CCK), secretin, and gastrin and on secretion of pancreatic digestive enzymes have been evaluated. PHA increased circulating levels of CCK and secretin but did not(More)
This study compared the career and domestic responsibilities of women physicians whose domestic partners were physicians (WP-Ps) with those of women physicians whose domestic partners were not physicians (WP-NPs). In 1988 the authors surveyed 602 women physicians in a large midwestern city regarding their career and domestic roles; 390 were physicians in(More)
Locked in a state of perpetual transition since the end of a decade-long civil con ict in 2006 that claimed over 13,000 lives and internally displaced around 200,000 people,1 Nepal is still plagued by political, economic, and physical insecurities. One in four Nepalis lives below the poverty line (CBS, 2011a, p. 18) and, together with poverty, unemployment(More)
Recognition of the seriousness of transfusion-transmitted diseases has been demonstrated by U.S. medical schools through the integration of transfusion medicine (TM) content into their curricula. To evaluate the degree to which these changes in curricula have been reflected in the National Board of Medical Examiners' (NBME) examinations, a study conducted(More)
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