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Lalli A F - - 1983
Thirty patients injected intravenously with a nonionic contrast medium, iohexol, for urography were compared with 30 patients similarly injected with sodium iothalamate. Comparable radiographic results were obtained in these patients with normal renal function. Few minor responses were observed with the iohexol, suggesting that it may prove to be an ...
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Xue Wei-Jian - - 2010
The title compound, C(16)H(12)O(2), was synthesized from naphthalene-2,7-diol and prop-2-ynyl 4-methyl-benzene-sulfonate in the presence of sodium hydride. The crystal packing exhibits inter-molecular non-classical C-H⋯O hydrogen bonds and C-H⋯π inter-actions.
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Ceyhan Meltem - - 2008
Laryngeal, tracheal, and bronchial cartilage calcification is quite rare in children. It was reported to occur in congenital cardiovascular diseases, Keutel syndrome, chondroplasia punctata, warfarin embryopathy, and warfarin sodium therapy. It can occur idiopathically as well. Laryngotracheobronchial cartilage calcification is demonstrated in this report by chest radiography and multiplanar three-dimensional ...
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Perederiĭ V G - - 1990
The clinico-immunological efficacy is shown of including timoptin, levamysol, sodium nucleinate in the complex treatment of patients with rheumatoid arthritis who received glucocorticosteroids. It was found that employment of immunoregulating agents allowed to correct the immunological insufficiency in patients with rheumatoid arthritis, to increase the treatment efficacy.
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Halperin G - - 1980
Seventeen cholesteryl alkyl ethers were synthesized through alcoholysis of cholesterol p-toluenesulfonate. This method was found superior to the etherification of sodium or potassium cholesterylate with alkyl halides or methanesulfonates, especially for the preparation of long-chain unsaturated aklyl ethers of [7(m)-3H]cholesterol of high specific activity.
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Itoiz M E - - 1983
When immunohistochemical stainings are applied to demonstration of antigens in histopathological specimens, the ferrous pigments which may be present in the tissues usually mask the final precipitates of the reaction. These pigments can be eliminated with oxalic acid or sodium dithionite after the immunohistochemical staining. These treatments also help in ...
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González de Aledo A - - 1988
A study on the content of free fluoride in 39 milk formulae available in Spain. The selective ion electrode method has been selected. All formulae but one supply F amounts inadequate for cavities prophylaxis. Additional F should before be routinely administered per os in the form of sodium fluoride.
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Chaffin M K - - 1992
A 5-month-old male Quarter Horse was examined because of multicentric, granulomatous, cutaneous lesions of the dorsum and prepuce. The cutaneous lesions were excised, and sodium iodide was administered orally for 2 weeks. Multicentric cutaneous pythiosis was diagnosed by histologic examination and immunoperoxidase staining of excised tissues. By 3 months after ...
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Szafarz D - - 1977
An alkaline sodium iodide density gradient technique is described, for use in sedimentation rate centrifugation studies of in vivo induction of single strand breaks in DNA. The combination of this type of gradient with a sensitive fluorometric DNA estimation makes it possible to analyze very small amounts of DNA without ...
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Gulati S C - - 1977
A convenient method for purifying RNA tumor viruses is described. Viruses banded in isopycnic gradients are contaminated with membranes that can be removed by velocity sedimentation in glycerol gradients. On sodium dodecyl sulfate (SDS) gel electrophoresis, the particles purified by these procedures from mouse mammary tumor tissue show protein profiles ...
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Burge P S - - 1976
A study was carried out of plasma electrolyte estimations made before and after long-term use of a combination of amiloride and hydrochlorothiazide in 23 patients. The mean duration of use was 20.3 months. No significant differences were found in plasma potassium, sodium, bicarbonate or urea from baseline levels.
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Messerschmidt W - - 1983
29 human albumin solutions commercially available in Germany were analyzed. Results for total protein vary between 86,25% and 102.40% of the declared value. Values for monomer albumin are between 74.19% and 91.81% of the declared value for total protein (test method: discontinuous polyacrylamide gel electrophoresis). With an sodium content, there ...
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Gromova S N - - 2012
Several toothpastes are compared in the study: "Zhemchuzhnaya-complex protection" containing as abrasive substance finely dispersed dicalcium phosphate phosphathydrate, "Noviy zhemchug ftor" and "Zhemchug svezhaya myata" with calcium carbonate. "Zhemchuzhnaya-complex protection" and "Noviy zhemchug ftor" both contain sodium monophosphate as active substance. Impact of these toothpastes on oral microbial, pH and ...
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Borel J F - - 1975
Chemotaxis of rabbit macrophages was inhibited by phenylbutazone and sodium salicylate, but not by other antiinflammatory agents. Other inhibitory compounds were colchicine, vincristine, PHA, Con A, iodoacetic acid, cytochalasin B, and EDTA. Some of these in vitro results contrast apparently with in vivo effects.
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Uffen R L - - 1973
Mutant C and G1 were obtained earlier from Rhodospirillum rubrum S(1) during growth in the dark under strict anaerobic conditions in medium containing sodium pyruvate. Mutant C and mutant G1 grew in the dark with generation times of 5.8 h and 4.6 h, respectively. Mutant C cells grew equally well ...
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Kelley J S - - 1979
Fluorescein sodium can be administered safely by mouth. The resulting fluorograms are useful in demonstrating many retinal conditions characterized by bright late leakage, such as cystoid macular edema. Oral administration of fluorescein may be preferred in studies of children, patients with difficult veins, and in some surveys of large patient ...
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Robinson B F - - 1983
The forearm resistance vessels of men with primary hypertension respond to verapamil with a greater than normal dilatation relative to that induced by sodium nitroprusside. We have examined the effect on this functional abnormality of treatment with chlorthalidone (50 mg daily in 16 patients) and atenolol (100 mg daily in ...
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Kojima N - - 1994
Drug-induced allergic hepatitis occurred in a patient being treated with cefpiramide sodium. A lymphocyte blast transformation test suggested that the N-methyltetrazolethiol group of the drug was responsible for the induction of acute hepatitis. A detailed case report and discussion of the relevant literature are presented in this paper.
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Sadat-Ali M - - 1986
Following major intracranial surgery in a 35-year-old man, sodium pentothal was intravenously infused to minimize cerebral ischaemia. Intense vasospasm with threatened gangrene arose in the arm used for the infusion. Since the cranial condition precluded use of more usual methods, lidocaine was given intra-arterially, with careful cardiovascular monitoring, to counteract ...
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Mendelson W B - - 1976
Case histories are presented for four psychotic patients who ingested large quantities of water and subsequently developed grand mal seizures and serum sodium levels of less than 121 meq/liter. The physiology of psychogenic polydipsia and related disorders is reviewed. The relation of this disorder to temporal lobe seizures and to ...
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Lebsack C S - - 1982
"Purple toes" syndrome and a generalized skin eruption developed in a 73-year-old woman who was taking warfarin sodium (Coumadin) as well as antiarrhythmic agents after a stroke. Both the rash and the discoloration of her feet were apparently related to use of warfarin and gradually resolved after discontinuation of the ...
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Peuse B W - - 1983
Line shapes observed when direct laser absorption is used in an atomic beam of sodium show asymmetries not present in fluorescence detection. Such line-shape distortion, which can be explained by resonant light diffraction by the atoms in the atomic beam, may be eliminated by imaging the fields in the interaction ...
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Matusinović T - - 1981
Stability constants of cyanoacetato complexes of cobalt(II), nickel(II), copper(II), zinc(II), cadmium(II) and lead(II) were determined potentiometrically at 25.0 +/- 0.1 degrees and ionic strength 2M (sodium perchlorate). The stability constants were evaluated by a weighted least-squares method.
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Sastry C S - - 1989
A fairly sensitive spectrophotometric method for the determination of ibuprofen, ketoprofen, piroxicam, diclofenac sodium, mefenamic acid or enfenamic acid in bulk samples and pharmaceutical preparations is described, based on the formation of a chloroform-soluble, coloured ion-association complex between the drug and Methylene Violet at pH 7.6.
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Cody R J - - 1990
This article provides a brief overview of atrial natriuretic factor (ANF). Considered by many investigators to be the putative "third factor" governing sodium excretion, ANF is a peptide actively secreted by the heart, with multiple target organ effectors. As such, ANF represents the first clearly documented cardiac hormone.
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Alpar J J - - 1985
The double-arm, straight-needle Ethicon 1713 suture with its STC6 micropoint spatula needle offers advantages over previously available needles for fixing intraocular lenses. Under certain circumstances, such as securing posterior chamber haptics to the iris, the advantage is significant. However, I recommend a shorter needle than the one presently available. Intracameral ...
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Huang Jin-Wen - - 2003
In the presence of catalytic amounts of sodium iodide, triphenylphosphine, and phenol, carbon dioxide can efficiently react with epoxides to give the corresponding five-membered cyclic carbonates in high yields. The mechanism of this reaction was disclosed by (31)P NMR spectroscopic data and deuterium labeling experiments.
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Schneider H C HC - - 1975
We present an objective measure of testicular viability intended to aid the surgeon in salvaging the testicle at the time of operation for torsion of the spermatic cord. Following the intravenous administration of 5 to 10 cc. of sodium fluorescein, the viability of the untwisted testicle can be determined by ...
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Gibbs C J - - 1994
A young quadriplegic patient developed convulsions and brain damage due to severe hyponatraemia. Potential causes of severe hyponatraemia in quadriplegics include excessive water intake (because of the low threshold for vasopressin release) and asymptomatic renal tract infection causing sodium loss. Mild hyponatraemia, occurring in up to 10% of quadriplegics, is ...
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Prashad N - - 1977
The ribosomal subunit proteins from skin fibroblasts of normal persons and patients with Huntington's disease (HD) were isolated by KCl-puromycin and by EDTA treatments and were compared by sodium dodecyl sulfate polyacrylamide gel electrophoresis. The data indicate that the ribosomal proteins are identical in control and HD fibroblasts.
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Krymova T G - - 2007
The authors give the information about elemental composition (levels and concentration ranges of chemical elements) of human bone and dental tissue in the range from sodium to uranium, compare elemental composition of bones and teeth, make conclusion about applicability of bone and dental tissue for of human attribute diagnostics.
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Gao Yongnian - - 2006
[Structure: see text] An efficient and regioselective procedure for the synthesis of 1,2,3-triazoles via a [3+2] cycloaddition of polymer-bound vinyl sulfone and sodium azide is described. Microwave irradiation provided significant rate enhancement in all steps of the three-step protocol. A representative set of 23 compounds was prepared.
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So Chi-chiu - - 2002
Sodium valproate is widely prescribed for patients with epilepsy and psychiatric disorders. Hematologic toxic effects have been largely described in pediatric patients, and dysmyelopoiesis is reported rarely. We describe 2 elderly patients with valproate-associated dysmyelopoiesis and postulate that this particular side effect may be much more common than currently recognized. ...
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Watson G S - - 1998
A total of 37 candidates for temporal lobe resection for epilepsy completed the Lateral Dominance Examination, a self-report instrument that measures hand and foot preference. Questionnaire results were compared with speech dominance, which had been determined by Intracarotid Sodium Amytal Procedure. Footedness was as good as handedness as a predictor ...
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Tamura M - - 1980
It was demonstrated spectrophotometrically that in the hemoglobin-free perfused rat heart met- and ferrylmyoglobins formed upon infusion of sodium nitrite, and ethyl hydroperoxide were reduced to form oxymyoglobin with a half time of about 3 and 4 min, respectively. The rate of metmyoglobin reduction was about 30 nmol/min/g wet weight ...
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Sim W - - 2001
The 17-crown-5 unit, C(26)H(26)Br(2)O(5), consisting of a 1,2-bis(bromomethyl) group, three benzo groups and diethylene glycol, was prepared from the reaction of 1,2,4,5-tetrakis(bromomethyl)benzene and bis-phenol in the presence of sodium hydride as a base. This molecule seems to offer an internal cavity for the formation of a host--guest complex.
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Christensen P L - - 1989
Improvements are reported for trace elemental analysis by polarization spectroscopy. By using higher frequency (150 kHz) modulation and setting the polarizers off-extinction to produce a dispersion-shaped signal, linear calibration curves and a limit of detection (S/N = 2) of 2 ng/l. sodium can be obtained for solutions aspirated into a ...
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Samillo G K - - 1993
A modification of the Fin-114 medium is proposed where sodium glutaminate was substituted for a yeast autolysate and ammonium citrate for ammonium oxaacetate. The seeding of Mycobacteria tuberculosis was higher (3-4%) as compared with the two above media (2.4 and 2.6% respectively).
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Ansari R R - - 1993
This paper demonstrates the utility of a noninvasive backscatter fiber optic probe for dynamic light-scattering characterization of a microemulsion comprising sodium dodecyl sulfate/1-butanol/ brine/heptane. The fiber probe, comprising two optical fibers precisely positioned in a stainless steel body, is a miniaturized and efficient self-beating dynamic light-scattering system. Accuracy of particle ...
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Kaye G - - 1985
Neural reflexes from the heart, in particular the atria, are well documented and are involved in sodium and water excretion. Current work also indicates that the atria have an important endocrine function. Atrial peptides, which have been recently characterized and synthesized, may play a significant role in the homeostasis of ...
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Amster J - - 1979
3-Hydroxyisobutyric acid has been isolated from the urine of rats loaded with sodium isobutyrate. An optical rotation measurement of the methyl ester derivative shows this compound to be the S(+) stereoisomer. This is the same stereoisomer that has been previously identified in cultures of bacteria incubated with ammonium isobutyrate (Aberhart, ...
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Merrill E W - - 1969
Dl-Dipalmitoyl-alpha-lecithin, suspended in 0.15-molar sodium chloride solution by sonic cavitation at 20 kilohertz, can be aerosolized by an 800-kilohertz ultrasonic generator only at temperatures above 25 degrees C. The aerosol thus produced is exceptionally stable against evaporation even at particle radii of 0.1 to 0.6 micron; this suggests applicability to ...
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Wouters M - - 1976
Poliovirus was treated with fluorescamine and disrupted with sodium dodecyl sulphate (SDS). The polypeptides were isolated by electrophoresis in a polyacrylamide gel (SDS-PAGE) and their amino acid compositions determined. The compositions of VP1, 2 and 3 were very similar but different from that of VP4.
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Flammer J - - 1983
Following the oral administration of three 250-mg doses of acetazolamide sodium to nine patients with glaucomatous visual-field defects, a statistically significant improvement in the differential threshold was observed, whereas in 16 glaucoma suspects, no change could be detected. The greatest improvements following acetazolamide administration occurred in younger patients and in ...
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Zhao S - - 1988
Three strains of Mycoplasma meleagridis of varying pathogenicity were characterized by conventional serologic methods and by sodium dodecyl sulfate-polyacrylamide gel electrophoresis (SDS-PAGE). The three strains (RY-39A, MC-25B, and RY-39C) did not differ by cross agglutination, immunofluorescence and immunodiffusion tests. However, the strains differed in their protein patterns as determined by ...
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McGinity J W - - 1975
Drocinonide phosphate potassium forms an insoluble complex with neomycin sulfate in aqueous solution. Dibasic sodium phosphate can be employed in an ophthalmic formulation to prevent the formation of this precipitate without affecting the stability of the steroid or the bioactivity of the antibiotic. Other phosphate steroid salts behaved in a ...
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Sasseville Denis - - 2003
The objective of this article is to describe allergic contact dermatitis from sodium isopropyl xanthate, potassium amyl xanthate, and carbamates in a geotechnician, to discuss possible cross-reactions, and to report the widespread use of carbamates and mercaptobenzothiazole in mining processes.
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Kickbusch Rainer - - 2010
Hydrolysis of the trifluoroethenyl titanium complexes 1a and b yields the hydroxo complexes 2 which can be deprotonated forming the sodium salt of the anionic oxo complex 4. 4a is one of the rare examples of monomeric organometallic anionic oxo complexes.
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Allerberger F - - 1989
Sodium diethyldithiocarbamate (DTC) was evaluated for its ability to combat four different species of fungi in vitro. Using a microtiter-broth-dilution method we were able to demonstrate an antifungal activity against Candida albicans, Cryptococcus neoformans, Aspergillus fumigatus and Mucor mucedo in doses achievable by intravenous administration in man.
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Blok M C - - 1978
31P NMR has been used to measure light-induced pH changes inside bacteriorhodopsin vesicles containing entrapped sodium glucose-6-phosphate. Reversible light-induced pH changes were observed at various pH values. The results indicate that our vesicle preparations were not homogeneous with respect to the generation of pH gradients.
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