Stephen M. Kaplan

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Jurors on criminal trials carry a considerable burden of responsibility. They determine the defendant's fate. Additionally, during trials they can be exposed to stressful, frightening, and sordid aspects of life. The stressfulness varies depending upon the nature of the trial, its length, the nature of the testimony and evidence, the jurors' interpersonal(More)
The possible mechanisms underlying the suppression of erythropoiesis in hyperoxic animals were studied. Male Long-Evans rats were injected with cobaltous chloride hexahydrate, a known erythropoietic stimulant. One group was exposed to a hyperoxic environment for ten hours. Both serum levels of erythropoietin (Ep) and renal levels of erythrogenin were(More)
The regenerating liver produces erythropoietin in response to hypoxia. The amounts of erythropoietin produced in animals subjected to hepatectomy are significantly higher than those observed in sham-operated animals. Hepatic erythropoietin production appears to be dependent upon the stage of regeneration with the highest levels being produced during the(More)