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Previously used in Alzheimer disease Tacrine (THA): tetrahydroaminoacridine has shown a rise of hepatic transaminase enzyme activity (TEA) in 18% of patients for Summers and 19% for Ames. Although studies using THA from USA or Canada have noticed a rise of TEA in 30% of the patients, after a treatment course with French THA we also have noted a rise of TEA(More)
We examined 1,053 blood samples from 48 donors, for the effect of gradual reduction of citrate. We observed that: 1--Platelet count does not show any significant variation between 1/8 to 1/18 ratio. 2--In 13.3% of the cases, platelet clumping starts at 1/18 ratio. 3--There was no significant variation of the thrombin plasma level between 1/8 to 1/16 ratio(More)
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