Susan S. Reilly

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Staphylococcus aureus invades osteoblasts and is the primary cause of osteomyelitis. This study examined the ability of S. aureus to induce apoptosis in a mouse osteoblast cell line. The presence of intracellular S. aureus was demonstrated by transmission electron microscopy. Light microscopy was utilized to examine morphological changes in the osteoblasts(More)
To determine their ability to interpret messages, normal and disturbed children, adolescents, and adults (ns = 10) were shown videotaped statements containing discrepant verbal and nonverbal components and statements containing consistent verbal and nonverbal components. No significant differences were observed between subjects in response to the consistent(More)
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