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Mathios, Alan - - 2009
Sensoy, Gulnar - - 2009
Hacimustafaoglu, Mustafa - - 2009
Hacimustafaoglu, Mustafa - - 2009
Ozen, Metehan - - 2009
Brucellar infections are still a major public health issue in Mediterranean countries. Brucellosis may cause hematological abnormalities, particularly cytopenias. Severe thrombocytopenia leading to mucosal bleeding and purpuric rash is relatively infrequent. We herewith present three patients who were admitted with mucosal bleeding and purpura, and were finally diagnosed as brucellosis. ...
Dincer, Emre - - 2009
Hypersensitivity syndrome (HSS) reflects a serious hypersensitivity reaction to drugs, characterized by skin rash, fever, lymphadenopathy, and internal organ involvement. The pathogenesis of HSS is not known, but an immune mechanism is suspected. So far, numerous drugs such as sulfonamides, Phenobarbital, sulfasalazine, carbamazepine, and phenytoin have been reported to cause ...
Kultursay, Nilgun - - 2009
Intestinal immune system, in which intestinal flora play an important role, can be programmed to be more efficient against infections as well as producing less allergic and autoimmune disorders. Beginning with the diet in pregnancy, then by vaginal delivery and human milk -with its synbiotic effect--maturation of healthy gastrointestinal flora ...
Camcioglu, Yildiz - - 2009
The protective effect of immunoglobulin administration has been known for the last 50 years. Immune globulin (IG)is a sterile IgG product, prepared for intramuscular, subcutaeous injection and intravenous infusion. Intravenous immunoglobulin (IVIG) has several advantages over other immunoglobulins. Immunoglobulin preparations are safe and effective. Human immunoglobulin replacement therapy is the ...
Yildirim, Mesut - - 2009
Aim: To look through the knowledge and attitudes of the pediatricians in our country, about the human papillomavirus vaccine, licenced recently in Turkey and the vaccination.
Arabaci, Filiz - - 2009
Aim: The aim of this study is to determine Hepatitis A seroprevalance and its distribution in different age groups, and also to determine HAV incidence among acute hepatitis cases in the Canakkale province of Turkey.
Tezer, Hasan - - 2009
Aim: Crimean-Congo Hemorrhagic Fever (CCHF) virus causes a severe disease in humans with a mortality up to 30 %. In Turkey there has been an increase in the number of cases during years since 2002. Children working as shepherds and toddlers as well as adults living in endemic areas are ...
Ozcetin, Mustafa - - 2009
Aim: This study aimed to determine the prevalence and type of nosocomial infections, etiologic distrubition of organism in hospitalized children at Ege University School of Medicine, Department of Pediatrics for a 12 month period. It also investigated the duration of hospitalization.
Moosa, M.Y.H. - - 2009
Given the high incidence of cervical cancer in South Africa and the distress it causes, we aimed to determine the extent of anxiety in patients undergoing colposcopy at Chris Hani Baragwanath (CHB) Hospital, Johannesburg.
Yusuf, Abdulkareem - - 2009
Background. Caring for patients with schizophrenia places an enormous burden on the caregivers. The magnitude of this problem remains largely unknown in sub-Saharan Africa. Objective. The objective of this study was to determine the nature of the burden reported by caregiving relatives of patients with schizophrenia.
Jonsson, G. - - 2009
Objective. To determine compliance with Section 40 (1-3) of the Mental Health Care Act (MHCA) No 17 of 2002, viz. handing over custody by the South African Police Service (SAPS) of suspected mentally ill patients to medical services at Chris Hani Baragwanath Hospital (CHBH).
Struwig, W. - - 2009
Objectives. This study examined the quality of referrals to secondary-level outpatient psychiatric services rendered by the Department of Psychiatry, University of the Free State. Referral letters were evaluated according to specific quality criteria. Aspects that would enable secondary-level doctors to make informed decisions in terms of further management and need ...
Bock, Cheryl - - 2009
The utility of defatted seed meal from many crops such as canola (Brassica napus L.) is limited by the presence of antinutritional factors, including sucrose galactosides, raffinose, and stachyose. Anaerobic breakdown of these sugars in the digestive tract of livestock is a major source of production of farm gases. In ...
Akhov, Leonid - - 2009
The yellow seed characteristic in Brassica napus L. is desirable because of its association with higher oil content and better quality of oil-extracted meal. YN01-429 is a yellow-seeded canola-quality germplasm developed in Canada arising from several years of research. Seed-coat pigmentation is due to oxidized proanthocyanidins (PA; condensed tannins) derived ...
Zhang, Yansheng - - 2009
The molecular genetics of carbon-carbon double bond reduction in the plant Artemisia annua L. was studied. Expressed sequence tags from this plant were investigated for sequences with similarity to known double-bond reductases. This resulted in the isolation of a cDNA, corresponding to the gene A. annua Dbr1 (Double bond reductasel), ...
Teoh, Keat - - 2009
Limitations in the supply of the antimalarial compound artemisinin from Artemisia annua L. have led to an interest in understanding its biosynthesis and enhancing its production. Recent biochemical and molecular genetic data have implicated dihydroartemisinic aldehyde as a precursor to the corresponding acid, which is then converted to artemisinin. Thus, ...
Whittle, C.A. - - 2009
Although certain acquired nongenetic (i.e., epigenetic) traits are known to be heritable in plants, little is known currently about whether environmental parameters can induce adaptive epigenetic responses in plants and whether such effects can persist through generations. We used an experimental design based on classical genetics principles to assess whether ...
Keller, Wilf - - 2009
Seed crops play a major role in the global food and feed supply industries. Cereals, oilseeds, and legumes are the predominant seed crops grown in Canada. Brassica napus L. (canola) is the most important oilseed, and currently contributes over $13 billion to the Canadian economy (Canola Council of Canada). The ...
Yang, Hui - - 2009
DNA replication machinery is highly conserved in eukaryotes. DNA polymerase is essential for the synthesis of new DNA strands and for DNA repair. Despite the significant progress in the understanding of these processes in yeast and animal model systems, there is only scant information available for their counterparts in plants. ...
Dumonceaux, Tim - - 2009
The diversity of inflorescence architecture in angiosperms relates to attracting pollinators and allowing the effective dispersal of seeds. Molecular understanding of the genetic factors regulating inflorescence architecture from the model system of Arabidopsis could provide critical insights for addressing this developmental process/pathway in a closely related crop species like Brassica ...
Fei, Houman - - 2009
Polyethylene glycol treatment induces secondary seed dormancy in Brassica napus L. cultivar 'AC Excel' (ACE), but not in 'DH12075' (DH). Gene expression, metabolite profiles, and hormone profiles were obtained from seeds of both cultivars following polyethylene glycol 8000 treatment. ACE seeds were more transcriptionally active: 28 genes were up-regulated in ...
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