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To determine the subsequent evolution of neurologic, neuropsychologic, and intracranial anatomic findings in long-term survivors of small-cell cancer, we repeated an evaluation done 4 years previously in patients 6 to 13 years after treatment. Fifteen patients were reevaluated with a history and physical examination, mental status examination,(More)
Small Heat Shock Proteins (sHSPs) are molecular chaperones that transiently interact with other proteins, thereby assisting with quality control of proper protein folding and/or degradation. They are also recruited to protect cells from a variety of stresses in response to extreme heat, heavy metals, and oxidative-reductive stress. Although ten human sHSPs(More)
The ability of autonomous transmissible plasmids or sex factors to transfer chromosomal genes to F(-) recipient bacteria has been investigated by using a series of rec(+) and recA(-) donor strains. It is concluded that chromosome transfer by most sex factors is virtually dependent upon the functional integrity of the bacterial recombination system. However,(More)