Susan C Conway

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AT-61, a member of a novel class of phenylpropenamide derivatives, was found to be a highly selective and potent inhibitor of human hepatitis B virus (HBV) replication in four different human hepatoblastoma cell lines which support the replication of HBV (i.e., HepAD38, HepAD79, 2.2.15, and transiently transfected HepG2 cells). This compound was equally(More)
Heterocyclic aromatic amines (HAAs) are formed in cooked meats through pyrolysis reactions of different amino acids in the presence or absence of creatine/creatinine and sugars. HAAs are mutagens, colon/mammary gland carcinogens in rodents, and are suspected in the etiology of human cancers. In this study, cooked meats containing incurred HAAs as well as(More)
A non-nucleoside class of compounds that inhibits the replication of hepatitis B virus (HBV) in cell culture has been discovered. A series of substituted analogues of phenylpropenamide 6 has been prepared and evaluated in the HepAD38 cellular assay. Structure-activity relationships of this series are discussed.
Background: To describe immune and endocrine responses in severe hymenoptera hypersensitivity requiring venom immunotherapy (VIT) during in vitro fertilization (IVF). Case presentation: A 39-year old patient was referred for history of multiple miscarriage and a history of insect sting allergy. Four years earlier, she began subcutaneous injection of 100 mcg(More)
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