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Takishima T - - 1980
Changes in the behavior of sputum viscoelasticity due to differences in macroscopic appearance of sputum brought about by stirring and those due to the addition of an expectorant to purulent sputum in vitro, were studied in a coaxial cylinder rheometer. First, initial results from stirring the sputum indicated the following: ...
Landmann L - - 1980
Zonulae occludentes of a very tight type were identified between the uppermost stratum germinativum cells of the grass snake Natrix natrix L. by means of the lanthanum tracer technique. Since zonulae occludentes alone are not capable of preventing transepithelial water flow, an additional barrier mechanism is postulated, responsible for the ...
Alpert M - - 1980
The dopamine hypothesis of schizophrenia is examined critically. Although the hypothesis is couched in chemical terms, the evidence is primarily pharmacologic. In addition, neuroleptic mechanisms do not fit a simple hyperdopaminergic formulation, and treatment efficacy points to a general psychotic rather than specific schizophrenic role for dopamine. Most compromising to ...
Shubik P - - 1979
Food additives can be divided into the following categories: intentional, unintentional, contaminants, and those resulting from food processing procedures. Representative food additives from each category are discussed, with special attention being paid to the status of those suspected or proven to be toxic to humans. In addition, certain chemical components ...
Conacher H B - - 1979
The use of derivatization in the analysis of food additivies by chromatographic means has been reviewed. The large majority of these derivatization techniques are employed to facilitate the gas-liquid chromatographic quantitation of various food additives. Silylation, alkylation, acylation, as well as transesterification, saponification, and chemical decomposition techniques are discussed. The ...
Esterson P S - - 1979
The method of measuring joint swelling in a figure of 8 has the following advantages: 1) being readily reproducible, 2) measuring swelling at the various sites of ankle sprains, and 3) requires only a tape measure and marking pen.J Orthop Sports Phys Ther 1979;1(1):51-52.
Matyás Z - - 1978
Veterinary services and veterinary education and training must keep pace with the constantly changing patterns of agriculture and food processing. Changes in methods of animal production are associated with many problems of food processing and food quality. Veterinary supervision of the animal feed industry and of meat and distribution is ...
Berglund F - - 1978
The use of additives to food fulfils many purposes, as shown by the index issued by the Codex Committee on Food Additives: Acids, bases and salts; Preservatives, Antioxidants and antioxidant synergists; Anticaking agents; Colours; Emulfifiers; Thickening agents; Flour-treatment agents; Extraction solvents; Carrier solvents; Flavours (synthetic); Flavour enhancers; Non-nutritive sweeteners; Processing ...
Shihabi Z K - - 1976
The manifold of the Sequential Multiple Analyzer SMA 6/60 (4 + 2) has been modified to decrease serum sample size to 90 mul, by using a common diluent for all six channels and recycling the discard of each dialyzer into the next one. The modification can be made in less ...
Morris G K - - 1976
Since Yersinia enterocolitica, now classified as a member of the Enterobacteriaceae, was recognized as a distinct species in 1964 it has been isolated with increasing frequency from man and animals (including dogs and pigs) and from some human foods. Y. enterocolitica infections are now seen as a cause for some ...
Frowein R A - - 1976
By order of the Head Injuries Committee of the W.F.N.S. the author and his coworkers give definitions of consciousness, clouding of consciouness and unconciousness or coma. Furthermore, they suggest a definition of the termination of unconsciousness, with particular reference to the transition into a stage of clouding of consciousness. Any ...
Moylan J A - - 1975
A clinical evaluation of bacterial penetration through operating room gowns was made during 100 general surgical procedures. A comparison of the degree of penetration through the standard cloth and a commercially available disposible gown was carried out. Cloth gowns, even in the dry state, were shown to be ineffective bacterial ...
Ruddock, E. H. (Edward ...
2d ed. With corrections & additions by E.B. Shuldham...
The CMA recommends that sulfites be banned as food preservatives when satisfactory and safe alternatives are available. When there is no suitable substitute strict labelling requirements on foods should be imposed for sulfite additives. The association supports the efforts of the Health Protection Branch of the Department of National Health ...
Published on the Food Safety section of the Health and Consumer Protection Directorate-General website, this document was approved by the Standing Committee on Feedingstuffs in January 2001. The document is intended to act as a guideline for creating dossiers on substances and preparations either being submitted for authorisation as additives ...
Lee, Sammy
One of the last of the medical officers of health of the Nye Bevin era and an expert on food hygiene
Malik W U - - 1968
Suspensions of the clay minerals bentonite, kaolinite illite and chlorite have been examined polarographically and reduction waves found. The differences in their behaviour, with and without the addition of surface active reagents, are reported.
BIERMAN H R - - 1953
The rapid appearance of many new chemical substances which possess some antineoplastic effects has created a complex problem for the practicing physician. These agents which have shown promise in man and lower animals are grouped according to their modes of action. Each substance is discussed thoroughly with regard to its ...
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