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Murphy, E.C.; Neuhauser, P. 1985: Whole-brain management: part IIi. Nursing Management 16(5): 50-52
Kopans, D.B.; Meyer, J.E.; Lindfors, K.K. 1985: Whole-breast US imaging: four-year follow-up. Radiology 157(2): 505-507
McSweeney, M.B.; Murphy, C.H. 1985: Whole-breast sonography. Radiologic Clinics of North America 23(1): 157-167
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Tantirittisak, W.; Ochi, R.; Kanai, A. 1991: Whole-cell K+ currents in isolated rabbit corneal epithelial cells. Japanese Journal of Physiology 41(6): 961-967
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Stea, A.; Nurse, C.A. 1991: Whole-cell and perforated-patch recordings from O2-sensitive rat carotid body cells grown in short- and long-term culture. Pflugers Archiv: European Journal of Physiology 418(1-2): 93-101
Yatani, A.; Seidel, C.L.; Allen, J.; Brown, A.M. 1987: Whole-cell and single-channel calcium currents of isolated smooth muscle cells from saphenous vein. Circulation Research 60(4): 523-533
Fairley, K.; Laver, D.; Walker, N.A. 1991: Whole-cell and single-channel currents across the plasmalemma of corn shoot suspension cells. Journal of Membrane Biology 121(1): 11-22
Weiss, D.S.; Barnes, E.M.; Hablitz, J.J. 1988: Whole-cell and single-channel recordings of GABA-gated currents in cultured chick cerebral neurons. Journal of Neurophysiology 59(2): 495-513
Yoshino, M.; Someya, T.; Nishio, A.; Yabu, H. 1988: Whole-cell and unitary Ca channel currents in mammalian intestinal smooth muscle cells: evidence for the existence of two types of Ca channels. Pflugers Archiv: European Journal of Physiology 411(2): 229-231
Giunta, S.; Turchetti, G.; Galeazzi, L.; Grilli, G.; Groppa, G.; Rocchetti, R. 1987: Whole-cell bacterial peroxidase test with isoproterenol as the hydrogen donor. Annales de l'Institut Pasteur. Microbiology 138(4): 407-414
Nasi, E. 1991: Whole-cell clamp of dissociated photoreceptors from the eye of Lima scabra. Journal of General Physiology 97(1): 35-54
Xie, Z.P.; Wang, T.; Zhu, Y.J. 1989: Whole-cell clamp study of Xenopus embryonic cholinergic neurons. Science in China. Series B Chemistry Life Sciences and Earth Sciences 32(2): 148-154
Liu, S.; Stimers, J.R.; Lieberman, M. 1991: Whole-cell current associated with Na-Ca exchange in cultured chick cardiac myocytes. Annals of the new York Academy of Sciences 639: 468-470
Rae, J.L.; Rae, J.S. 1992: Whole-cell currents from noncultured human lens epithelium. Investigative Ophthalmology and Visual Science 33(7): 2262-2268
Nelson, D.J.; Jow, B.; Jow, F. 1990: Whole-cell currents in macrophages: I. Human monocyte-derived macrophages. Journal of Membrane Biology 117(1): 29-44
Nelson, D.J.; Jow, B.; Popovich, K.J. 1990: Whole-cell currents in macrophages: II. Alveolar macrophages. Journal of Membrane Biology 117(1): 45-55
Schild, D. 1989: Whole-cell currents in olfactory receptor cells of Xenopus laevis. Experimental Brain Research 78(2): 223-232
Stea, A.; Nurse, C.A. 1992: Whole-cell currents in two subpopulations of cultured rat petrosal neurons with different tetrodotoxin sensitivities. Neuroscience 47(3): 727-736
Czéh, G.; Aitken, P.G.; Somjen, G.G. 1992: Whole-cell membrane current and membrane resistance during hypoxic spreading depression. Neuroreport 3(2): 197-200
Sernagor, E.; O'Donovan, M.J. 1991: Whole-cell patch clamp recordings from rhythmically active motoneurons in the isolated spinal cord of the chick embryo. Neuroscience Letters 128(2): 211-216
Zhang, L.; Spigelman, I.; Carlen, P.L. 1990: Whole-cell patch study of GABAergic inhibition in CA1 neurons of immature rat hippocampal slices. Brain Research. Developmental Brain Research 56(1): 127-130
Meyers, D.E.; Barker, J.L. 1989: Whole-cell patch-clamp analysis of voltage-dependent calcium conductances in cultured embryonic rat hippocampal neurons. Journal of Neurophysiology 61(3): 467-477
Smith, J.C.; Ballanyi, K.; Richter, D.W. 1992: Whole-cell patch-clamp recordings from respiratory neurons in neonatal rat brainstem in vitro. Neuroscience Letters 134(2): 153-156
Randall, A.D.; Schofield, J.G.; Collingridge, G.L. 1990: Whole-cell patch-clamp recordings of an NMDA receptor-mediated synaptic current in rat hippocampal slices. Neuroscience Letters 114(2): 191-196
Rae, J.L.; Farrugia, G. 1992: Whole-cell potassium current in rabbit corneal epithelium activated by fenamates. Journal of Membrane Biology 129(1): 81-97
Hunter, M.; Oberleithner, H.; Henderson, R.M.; Giebisch, G. 1988: Whole-cell potassium currents in single early distal tubule cells. American Journal of Physiology 255(4 Part 2): F699-F703
Elliott, J.A.; Facklam, R.R.; Richter, C.B. 1990: Whole-cell protein patterns of nonhemolytic group B, type Ib, streptococci isolated from humans, mice, cattle, frogs, and fish. Journal of Clinical Microbiology 28(3): 628-630
Blackall, P.J.; Yamamoto, R. 1989: Whole-cell protein profiles of Haemophilus paragallinarum as detected by polyacrylamide gel electrophoresis. Avian Diseases 33(1): 168-173
Pickering, A.E.; Spanswick, D.; Logan, S.D. 1991: Whole-cell recordings from sympathetic preganglionic neurons in rat spinal cord slices. Neuroscience Letters 130(2): 237-242
Zachar, E.; Fahlke, C.; Rüdel, R. 1992: Whole-cell recordings of chloride currents in cultured human skeletal muscle. Pflugers Archiv: European Journal of Physiology 421(2-3): 101-107
Mason, W.T.; Rawlings, S.R. 1988: Whole-cell recordings of ionic currents in bovine somatotrophs and their involvement in growth hormone secretion. Journal of Physiology 405: 577-593
Ohya, Y.; Sperelakis, N. 1988: Whole-cell voltage clamp and intracellular perfusion technique on single smooth muscle cells. Molecular and Cellular Biochemistry 80(1-2): 79-86
Mody, I.; Salter, M.W.; MacDonald, J.F. 1989: Whole-cell voltage-clamp recordings in granule cells acutely isolated from hippocampal slices of adult or aged rats. Neuroscience Letters 96(1): 70-75
Partlow, L.M.; Karler, R.; Turkanis, S.A. 1990: Whole-cell voltage-clamp study of sodium current in neuroblastoma cells: effects of inhibition of neurite outgrowth by colchicine. Brain Research 530(1): 102-104
Huguenard, J.R.; Alger, B.E. 1986: Whole-cell voltage-clamp study of the fading of GABA-activated currents in acutely dissociated hippocampal neurons. Journal of Neurophysiology 56(1): 1-18
Drayer, J.I.; Weber, M.A.; Hoeger, W.J. 1985: Whole-day BP monitoring in ambulatory normotensive men. Archives of Internal Medicine 145(2): 271-274
Weber, M.A. 1988: Whole-day blood pressure. Hypertension 11(3): 288-298
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Millar, A.J.; Rode, H.; Buchler, J.; Cywes, S. 1988: Whole-gut lavage in children using an iso-osmolar solution containing polyethelene glycol (Golytely). Journal of Pediatric Surgery 23(9): 822-824
Ogunbiyi, T.A. 1978: Whole-gut transit rates and wet stool weight in an urban Nigerian population. World Journal of Surgery 2(3): 387-393
Aboumrad, M.H. 1987: Whole-heart decalcification for better coronary artery study. Archives of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine 111(10): 990-991
Tepmongkol, P. 1978: Whole-lung irradiation in the treatment of pulmonary metastases. Journal of the Medical Association of Thailand 61(12): 681-689
Jansen, H.M.; Zuurmond, W.W.; Roos, C.M.; Schreuder, J.J.; Bakker, D.J. 1987: Whole-lung lavage under hyperbaric oxygen conditions for alveolar proteinosis with respiratory failure. Chest 91(6): 829-832
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Sugimura, Y.; Cunha, G.R.; Donjacour, A.A.; Bigsby, R.M.; Brody, J.R. 1986: Whole-mount autoradiography study of DNA synthetic activity during postnatal development and androgen-induced regeneration in the mouse prostate. Biology of Reproduction 34(5): 985-995
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Liou, W. 1990: Whole-mount preparations of mouse lens epithelium for the fluorescent cytological study of actin. Journal of Microscopy 157(Part 2): 239-245
Klymkowsky, M.W.; Hanken, J. 1991: Whole-mount staining of Xenopus and other vertebrates. Methods in Cell Biology 36: 419-441
Prendergast, F.J.; McGeachie, J.K.; Edis, R.H.; Allbrook, D. 1977: Whole-muscle reimplantation with microneurovascular anastomoses. a functional and histological study. Annals of the Royal College of Surgeons of England 59(5): 393-400
Ingwall, J.S. 1991: Whole-organ enzymology of the creatine kinase system in heart. Biochemical Society Transactions 19(4): 1006-1010
Deka, R.C.; Kacker, S.K.; Ghosh, P.P.; Roy, S. 1979: Whole-organ sections of the larynx and hypopharynx. Ear Nose and Throat Journal 58(4): 173-180
Barone, G.W.; Henry, M.L.; Elkhammas, E.A.; Tesi, R.J.; Ferguson, R.M. 1992: Whole-organ transplant of an annular pancreas. Transplantation 53(2): 492-493
Bagdade, J.D.; Subbaiah, P.V. 1989: Whole-plasma and high-density lipoprotein subfraction surface lipid composition in IDDM men. Diabetes 38(10): 1226-1230
Tennant, G.B. 1979: Whole-serum assay of L-methionine using a chloramphenicol resistant strain of Pediococcus acidilactici. Journal of Applied Bacteriology 47(3): 395-399
Geiger, S.A.; Sitzmann, F. 1976: Whole-skin transplantation in periodontal surgery. Deutsche Zahnarztliche Zeitschrift 31(8): 647-650
Shennan, J. 1977: Whole-timers and the new consultant contract. British Medical Journal 2(6094): 1089
Markides, A. 1978: Whole-word scoring versus phoneme scoring in speech audiometry. British Journal of Audiology 12(2): 40-46
Farebrother, D.A.; Creasy, D.M. 1976: Wholebody autoradiography: a beta-radioluminescence method for detecting tritium. Journal of Microscopy 108(2): 195-199
Kristensen, P.; Hansen, J.C. 1979: Wholebody elimination of 75SeO2-3 and 203HgCl2 administered separately and simultaneously to mice. Toxicology 12(2): 101-109
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Anonymous 1977: Wholesomeness of irradiated food. World Health Organization technical report series 1977(604): 7-44
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Vinar, O.; Kameníková, L.; Plechatová, H.; Stika, L. 1978: Whom do general practitioners prescribe benzodiazepine anxiolytics?. Activitas Nervosa Superior 20(4): 268-269
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Anonymous 1977: Whopping raises, inflation, etc. American Family Physician 15(5): 75
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Cohen, L. 1988: Whose right to life?. Mcn. American Journal of Maternal Child Nursing 13(2): 83
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Verbov, J. 1992: Why 100 patients failed to keep an outpatient appointment-audit in a dermatology department. Journal of the Royal Society of Medicine 85(5): 277-278
Winston, R.M. 1977: Why 103 women asked for reversal of sterilisation. British Medical Journal 2(6082): 305-307
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Krueger, L.E. 1986: Why 2 X 2 = 5 looks so wrong: on the odd-even rule in product verification. Memory and Cognition 14(2): 141-149
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Anonymous 1991: Why AIDS campaigns are not working. Nursing Rsa 6(6): 6
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Hugenholtz, P.G.; Serruys, P.W.; Fleckenstein, A.; Nayler, W. 1986: Why Ca2+ antagonists will be most useful before or during early myocardial ischaemia and not after infarction has been established. European Heart Journal 7(4): 270-278
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Steinhorst, D.; Emperor Charles V; King Charles II 1985: Why Charles V and Charles Ii (Hapsburgs) could not close their mouths. Niedersachsisches Zahnarzteblatt 20(1): 21-22
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Hawryluk, O. 1977: Why Johnny can't march: cold injuries and other ills on peacetime maneuvers. Military Medicine 142(5): 377-379
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Anonymous 1977: Why Texas physicians are dropping out of the Medicaid program. Texas Medicine 73(9): 91-92
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Herold, E.S.; Goodwin, M.S. 1979: Why adolescents go to birth-control clinics rather than to their family physicians. Canadian Journal of Public Health 70(5): 317-320
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