William H. Carter

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The purpose of the present study was to investigate the effects of acute and chronic cocaine administration on aggressive behaviour in mice. The animals were made more aggressive by individual housing for a period of 6 weeks. Group-housed anosmic conspecifics which were not aggressive were used as intruder controls. In acute studies, cocaine induced no(More)
BACKGROUND Candida prosthetic endocarditis (CPE) is an uncommon disease involving less than 1 % of infective endocarditis patients and associated with high recurrence rate. Immunosuppresion, intravenous drug abuse, cardiac surgery and indwelling foreign bodies are the major risk factors for CPE. There are very few reported cases of CPE where more than one(More)
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