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The progression of bladder cancer to invasive disease is highly dependent on its ability to penetrate basement membrane of urothelium. Studies on diabetic nephropathy have shown a reduction in… (More)
We found that the onset of acute pulmonary edema demonstrates circadian periodicity. Most episodes occur in the morning or at night. Pulmonary edema occurs more frequently during the colder months.
Acute encephalopathy associated with campylobacter enteritis We report a case of acute encephalopathy accompanied by increased intracranial pressure in a child with campylobacter enteritis. This… (More)
OBJECTIVE To investigate the immunohistochemical expression of topoisomerase II-alpha (TII-alpha, a nuclear enzyme, the expression of which increases rapidly at the end of the S to G2/M phase and… (More)
Salmonella hessarek was isolated from dead starlings which were part of a large population wintering in Israel. Isolation techniques and laboratory inoculation of birds are described.
BACKGROUND Despite potential long-term benefits, bilateral internal thoracic artery grafting in diabetics remains controversial because of the risk of sternal infection. We sought to assess the… (More)
Recent studies have shown that 1, 25-D may be involved in the regulation of differentiation and function of the immune system. The syndrome of resistance to 1, 25-D provides an opportunity for… (More)
The incidence of hand infections caused by penetrating fish fins or bones injuries (FFBI) is likely to increase following worldwide constant growth of fishery production and consumption. Because data… (More)
Two kinds of reflection intensity sensor made of chalcogenide glass fiber for the mid-IR region are demonstrated. One is a double-fiber reflection sensor based on two tied fibers with a gold-coated… (More)