T Lindback

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Cloning and sequence analysis of a new open reading frame from Bacillus cereus reveals the relationship to a recently identified family of putative eukaryotic transcription activators similar to the yeast SNF2 gene product. As a result of comparative analysis of sequence features conserved in all members of this family, a gene from a chilo iridescent virus,(More)
Twenty-four-hour urine samples from psychotic and autistic children were precipitated with benzoic acid at pH 4.3. Fractionation of the aromatic complexes thus formed with benzoic acid-protein and peptides and uric acid, proteins and peptides on G-25 columns-yielded filtration patterns that may be of diagnostic value. Peptide material could be extracted(More)
Amniotic fluid lecithin and sphingomyelin were determined quantitatively in 33 samples obtained throughout the last trimester. Each sample was divided into three parts and each part was centrifuged at different relative forces prior to extraction. It is shown that centrifugation always removes considerable amounts of both lecithin and sphingomyelin from the(More)
  • T Lindback
  • Acta obstetricia et gynecologica Scandinavica
  • 1976
Amniotic fluid lecithin has been measured in 92 samples from 75 patients with hypertensive disorders and in normotensive pregnancies complicated by intrauterine growth retardation (IUGR). For the group with hypertensive disorders the lecithin concentrations were not significantly different from a reference material at any stage in gestation. Pre-eclampsia(More)
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  • Scandinavian journal of clinical and laboratory…
  • 1976
The fatty acid composition of lecithin has been determined separately at the 1- and 2-position in 22 samples of amniotic fluid. Palmitic acid (16:0) was the main fatty acid present at both carbon atom positions throughout the last trimester. Myristic acid (14:0) was present in very small amounts only. There was no evidence of 1-palmitoyl/2-myristoyl(More)
  • T Lindback
  • Scandinavian journal of clinical and laboratory…
  • 1976
A method for rapid determination of total esterified palmitic acid concentration (TEPAC) in amniotic fluid is described. The correlation coefficient between the TEPAC and the lecithin concentration was 0.93 in 123 samples of amniotic fluid obtained during the last trimester. The respiratory distress syndrome (RDS) occurred in 73% of the cases studied with(More)