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Prior DNA flow cytometric data from the laboratory of the Division of Surgical Oncology, Massey Cancer Center, demonstrated an increase in the hyperdiploid compartment of tumor cells taken from patients with squamous cell carcinoma of the head and neck after a course of total parenteral nutrition (TPN). To assess a putative increase in the percentage of(More)
Acute hydrazine exposure elevated rat liver triacylglycerol content and produced a rapid rise in triacylglycerol production from sn-[1,3-14C]glycerol 3-phosphate by liver homogenate and microsomal fractions. Hydrazine treatment also increased the incorporation of [1,3-14C]glycerol into hepatic triacylglycerol by the intact animal. Homogenates of hepatocyte(More)
The reproducibility of the widely used Health Habits and History Questionnaire (HHHQ) for estimating "usual past-year" nutrient intake was examined. The HHHQ was self-administered on three occasions during three different seasons; 68 women (avg age 43 yrs) provided usable data for all three questionnaires in the appropriate seasons. Intraclass correlations(More)
Estrogen receptor (ER) activity was assayed in 132 patients undergoing mastectomy for primary breast cancer and in 75 patients whose initial treatment for metastatic cancer was endocrine manipulation. Estrogen receptor status correlated with response to endocrine therapy. Among patients whose ER activity was assayed in the primary tumor, ER-positive(More)
In order to help satisfy an apparent need for tools for monitoring the activities of a computer network, a system of special hardware and software, called a Computer Network Monitoring System (CNMS) is being implemented in the University of Waterloo Computer Communications Networks Group (CCNG). The paper discusses the motivation and derivation of the CNMS,(More)