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List of PDF Full Texts available from EurekaMag Chapter 44464

Chapter 44464 contains a list of PDF Full Texts available from EurekaMag.





Dhir, S.P.; Munjal, V.P.; Staneezae, N.; Jain, I.S., 1982:
Subperiosteal hematoma of the orbit

Locht, R.C.; Huebert, H.T.; McFarland, D.F., 1981:
Subperiosteal hemorrhage and cyst formation in neurofibromatosis: a case report

Abdel-Dayem, H.M.; Papademetriou, T., 1981:
Subperiosteal hemorrhage in neurofibromatosis: appearance in bone scintigraphy

James, R.A., 1983:
Subperiosteal implant design based on peri-implant tissue behavior

Bloch, V.P., 1973:
Subperiosteal implant in the treatment of the edentulous and partially edentulous mandible

Yurkstas, A.A., 1968:
Subperiosteal implantation

Ricciardi, A., 1980:
Subperiosteal implantation after resection of a malignant mandibular tumor

Dora, 1969:
Subperiosteal implantation--Dora's method

Pereira, L.G., 1968:
Subperiosteal implants for the support of complete dentures. Experience with 30 cases

Lee, T.C., 1971:
Subperiosteal implants--20 years experience

Sane, S.; Yunis, E.; Greer, R., 1971:
Subperiosteal or cortical cyst and intramedullary neurofibromatosis--uncommon manifestations of neurofibromatosis. A case report

Killey, H.C.; Kay, L.W.; Wright, H.C., 1970:
Subperiosteal osteomyelitis of the mandible. A clinical survey and experimental study

Kwart, L., 1969:
Subperiosteal polyester implants and the evaluation of their usefulness in reconstructive maxillofacial surgery

Mentag, P.J., 1970:
Subperiosteal prosthesis after skin graft into the oral cavity

Shoji, H.; Koshino, T.; Marcove, R.C.; Thompson, T.C., 1970:
Subperiosteal resection of the distal portion of the fibula for aneurysmal bone cyst. Report of two cases

Dalton, J.R., 1984:
Subperiosteal rib-saving approach to kidney

Belohlavek, H., 1981:
Subperiostial implants

Holl-Allen, R.T., 1974:
Subperitoneal injection of saline as an aid to cholecystectomy

Séror, J.; Mentouri, B., 1967:
Subperitoneal liposclerosis with perisigmoido-rectal localization

Le Neel, J.C.; Monfort, J.; Leborgne, J.; Pannier, M.; Visset, J., 1973:
Subperitoneal pelvic hematoma: severe complications of pelvic trauma

Malick, A.W.; Felmeister, A.; Weiner, N.D., 1973:
Subphase exchange apparatus for monomolecular film studies

Muz, J., 1966:
Subphases of cardiac contraction in mitral stenosis

Szmatloch, E., 1968:
Subphases of contraction and the phlebogram in chronic pulmonary heart disease

Hledík, E., 1972:
Subphrenic abscess and its x-ray differential diagnosis

Kumar, L.D.; Mamattah, J.H.; Clegg, J.F., 1983:
Subphrenic abscess and salmonellosis

Saito, A.; Nasu, M.; Tsutsumi, T.; Hirota, M.; Horiuchi, N., 1974:
Subphrenic abscess due to Peptostreptococcus

Ben-Itzhak, J.; Bassan, H.M., 1983:
Subphrenic abscess following percutaneous liver needle biopsy

Hamer, D.B., 1972:
Subphrenic abscess in a patient with Crohn's disease

Vadon, G., 1969:
Subphrenic abscess perforating into the colon

Romero, M.J.; Ciriza, C.; Taxonera, C.; Alvarez, A.; Rivero, M.A.; Díaz-Rubio, M., 1995 :
Subphrenic abscess related to hidden perforated duodenal ulcer

Engvall, J.; Hedbäck, B.; Johansson, B.A., 1980:
Subphrenic abscess with bronchial fistula after cholecystitis

Sherman, N.J.; Davis, J.R.; Jesseph, J.E., 1969:
Subphrenic abscess. A continuing hazard

Mercier, R., 1970:
Subphrenic abscess. Anatomo-physiological data

Alburquerque Peralta, A., 1971:
Subphrenic abscess. Clinico-surgical study of 30 cases in the Hospital Obrero de Lima, 1956-1967 period

Alende, O.E.; Linares, C.A.; Rabinovich, M., 1968:
Subphrenic abscess. Transthoracic extrapleural laparotomy. Posterior lateral approach

Anonymous, 1970:
Subphrenic abscess: a changing pattern

Konvolinka, C.W.; Olearchyk, A.S., 1974:
Subphrenic abscess: cardiovascular complications and signs

Chelli, K.; Letaief, A.; Zaouche, A.; Ennabli, E., 1981:
Subphrenic abscess: clinical and therapeutic aspects: apropos of 52 cases

Roberts, E.A.; NEALON, T.F., 1974:
Subphrenic abscess: comparison between operative and antibiotic management

Mottram, M.E., 1967:
Subphrenic abscess: roentgen considerations

Rosenberg, M.T., 1970:
Subphrenic abscess: the place of antibiotics

Levasseur, P.; Dartevelle, P.; Rojas-Miranda, A.; Le Brigand, H.; Merlier, M., 1982:
Subphrenic abscess: treatment as seen by the thoracic surgeon

Couraud, L.; Bruneteau, A.; Laumonier, P., 1970:
Subphrenic abscesses and their pleuro-pulmonary manifestations (apropos of further 31 cases)

Smigla, K.; Panasiewicz, M., 1970:
Subphrenic abscesses in the autopsy material of the Department of Pathological Anatomy of the Silesian Medical Academy

Grotz, J.; Schmid, M.A., 1969:
Subphrenic and retroperitoneal abscess formation following acute pancreatitis

Wenzel, K.P., 1970:
Subphrenic esophageal diverticula following Starck's cardia dilatation

Coburn, W.M.; Dana, E.R.; Gayler, B.W., 1971:
Subphrenic esophageal diverticulum: a case studied by cine-manometry

Farrer, P.A., 1981:
Subphrenic hematoma following percutaneous needle biopsy of the liver: demonstration by hepatic imaging and scintiangiography

Suitor, E.H.; Kim, H.J.; Flynn, J.T., 1972:
Subphrenic hematoma. Late complication of traumatic rupture of spleen

Schobinger, R.A., 1969:
Subphrenic preesophageal dextrarotion and fixation of the fundus of the stomach with low fixation of the cardia in hiatus hernia

Davis, C.E.; VanHorn, C.N.; Frazier, A.B.; Dizon, A., 1968:
Subphrenic space infection--reassessment

Rubin, R.W.; Penneys, N.S., 1983:
Subpicogram analysis of sweat proteins using two-dimensional polyacrylamide gel electrophoresis

Holten, D.; Hoganson, C.; Windsor, M.W.; Schenck, G.C.; Parson, W.W.; Migus, A.; Fork, R.L.; Shank, C.V., 1980:
Subpicosecond and picosecond studies of electron transfer intermediates in Rhodopseudomonas sphaeroides reaction centers

Chipkin, R.E.; Latranyi, M.B., 1984:
Subplantar yeast injection induces a non-naloxone reversible antinociception in spontaneously hypertensive rats

Reaven, E.P.; Axline, S.G., 1973:
Subplasmalemmal microfilaments and microtubules in resting and phagocytizing cultivated macrophages

Galy, P.; Brune, J.; Dorsit, G.; Wiesendanger, T., 1968:
Subpleural disseminated bullous emphysema. Attempt at nosologic and anatomo-radio-functional study

Mazzarella Farao, O.; Benedetti-Valentini, S., 1967:
Subpleural echinococcal cyst

Lebecque, P.; Lapierre, J.G.; Filiatrault, D.; Spier, S.; Lamarre, A., 1985:
Subpleural lipoma in children

Siemieńska-Rywik, S.; Romicka, A.; Ruszczyńska, J., 1982:
Subpopliteal cyst as a diagnostic problem in children in the early period of rheumatoid arthritis

Pessano, S.; Palumbo, A.; Ferrero, D.; Pagliardi, G.L.; Bottero, L.; Lai, S.K.; Meo, P.; Carter, C.; Hubbell, H.; Lange, B., 1984:
Subpopulation heterogeneity in human acute myeloid leukemia determined by monoclonal antibodies

Nagata, N.; Suda, K.; Maruyama, N.; Koike, T.; Shirai, T., 1982:
Subpopulation of T cells sensitive to natural thymocytotoxic autoantibody (NTA) of New Zealand mice. I. Distinct cytotoxic sensitivity of functional T cell subsets to NTA and anti-thy-1 antibodies

Peng, R.L.; Lan, Z.F.; Zhang, J.Z., 1980:
Subpopulation of T-lymphocytes

Yamaguchi, T.; Isago, H.; Ara, H.; Kataura, A., 1980:
Subpopulation of adenoidal lymphocytes of recurrent infection in the upper respiratory tract

Nakakita, T.; Ito, Y.; Noguchi, M.; Yamada, M., 1973:
Subpopulation of lymphocytes in pregnant women and reactivity of T cells to human trophoblast cells

Nishimura, T.; Yoshida, K.; Akimoto, M.; Kawai, H., 1982:
Subpopulation of macrophages in prostatic fluid

Uehara, H.; Kaji, T.; Kawaguchi, Y.; Sakurami, T.; Fukase, M., 1974:
Subpopulation of peripheral blood lymphocytes in patients with chronic thyroiditis

Bottomly, K.; Jones, B.; Kaye, J.; Jones, F., 1983:
Subpopulations of B cells distinguished by cell surface expression of Ia antigens. Correlation of Ia and idiotype during activation by cloned Ia-restricted T cells

Williams, R.C.; Strickland, R.G.; Montaño, J.D., 1980:
Subpopulations of T cells (T gamma and T mu) in patients with chronic liver disease

Mason, D.W., 1982:
Subpopulations of T cells in the rat that mediate graft-versus-host reactions and lethal graft-versus-host disease

Jensen, J.R.; Cramers, M.; Thestrup-Pedersen, K., 1981:
Subpopulations of T lymphocytes and non-specific suppressor cell activity in patients with atopic dermatitis

van de Griend, R.J.; Astaldi, G.C.; van den Ende, A.; Loos, J.A.; Roos, D., 1980:
Subpopulations of T lymphocytes from human blood differing in density and stage of maturation

Jensen, J.R.; Thestrup-Pedersen, K., 1980:
Subpopulations of T lymphocytes in a patient with fulminant mycosis fungoides

Nilsson, E.; Biberfeld, G., 1980:
Subpopulations of T lymphocytes in patients with ankylosing spondylitis

Burrai, I.; Carbone, A., 1982:
Subpopulations of T lymphocytes in patients with chronic active liver disease

Cancellieri, V.; Scaroni, C.; Vernace, S.J.; Schaffner, F.; Paronetto, F., 1981:
Subpopulations of T lymphocytes in primary biliary cirrhosis

Pezzutto, A.; Semenzato, G.; Agostini, C.; Raimondi, R.; Gasparotto, G., 1981:
Subpopulations of T-lymphocytes in multiple myeloma

Karlsson, F.; Harrison, L.C.; Kahn, C.R.; Itin, A.; Roth, J., 1982:
Subpopulations of antibodies directed against evolutionarily conserved regions of the insulin molecule in insulin-treated patients

Brown, M.; Schiffman, G.; Rittenberg, M.B., 1984:
Subpopulations of antibodies to phosphocholine in human serum

Atmeh, R.F.; Shepherd, J.; Packard, C.J., 1983:
Subpopulations of apolipoprotein A-I in human high-density lipoproteins. Their metabolic properties and response to drug therapy

Weinstein, E.S.; Benson, D.W.; Ratcliffe, D.J.; Maksem, J.; Fry, D.E., 1984:
Subpopulations of cardiac mitochondria

Saxon, A.; Morrow, C.; Stevens, R.H., 1980:
Subpopulations of circulating B cells and regulatory T cells involved in in vitro immunoglobulin E production in atopic patients with elevted serum immunoglobulin E

Peschel, C.; Gattringer, C.; Konwalinka, G.; Geissler, D.; Boyd, J.; Huber, H.; Braunsteiner, H., 1984:
Subpopulations of colony-forming B lymphocytes exhibit distinct in vitro growth characteristics

Kokelj, F.; Perticarari, S.; Presani, G.; Trevisan, G., 1983:
Subpopulations of helper and suppressor T lymphocytes in psoriasis vulgaris

Karande, A.A.; Gulwani, B.; Advani, S.H.; Gangal, S.G., 1982:
Subpopulations of human T lymphocytes in patients with Hodgkin's disease before and after treatment

Janossy, G.; Tidman, N.; Selby, W.S.; Thomas, J.A.; Granger, S.; Kung, P.C.; Goldstein, G., 1981:
Subpopulations of human T lymphocytes occupy different microenvironments

Beck, J.D.; Haghbin, M.; Wollner, N.; Mertelsmann, R.; Garrett, T.; Koziner, B.; Clarkson, B.; Miller, D.; Good, R.A.; Gupta, S., 1980:
Subpopulations of human T lymphocytes. VI. Analysis of cell markers in acute lymphoblastic leukemia with special reference to Fc receptor expression on E-rosette-forming blasts

Gupta, S.; Fikrig, S.; Good, R.A., 1980:
Subpopulations of human T lymphocytes. XIII. T cell subpopulations (T mu and T gamma) in children with bronchial asthma

Gupta, S.; Good, R.A., 1980:
Subpopulations of human T lymphocytes. XV. T lymphocytes with receptors for IgA (T alpha), a distinct subpopulation of T lymphocytes. Studies in patients with primary immunodeficiency disorders

Gupta, S., 1981:
Subpopulations of human T lymphocytes. XVII. Imbalance of T cell subsets in patients with progeria and Werner's syndrome

Gupta, S., 1981:
Subpopulations of human T lymphocytes. XVIII. T lymphocytes with receptors for IgE (T epsilon) in patients with primary immunodeficiency and hyperimmunoglobulinaemia E states

Gupta, S.; Good, R.A., 1981:
Subpopulations of human T lymphocytes: laboratory and clinical studies

Brondz, B.D., 1980:
Subpopulations of human T-lymphocytes and their suppressor functions

Gupta, S.; Cunningham-Rundles, S., 1982:
Subpopulations of human T-lymphocytes. XIX. T-cells and T-cells with receptors for IgMFc (T mu), IgGFc (T gamma), or IgAFc (T alpha) in the peripheral blood and regional lymph nodes of patients with untreated breast cancer

Fanger, M.W.; Bernier, G.M., 1973:
Subpopulations of human lymphocytes defined by 2 -microglobulin

Kunicka, J.; Matej, H., 1983:
Subpopulations of human lymphocytes differing in receptors to mouse and sheep red blood cells

Lanier, L.L.; Le, A.M.; Phillips, J.H.; Warner, N.L.; Babcock, G.F., 1983:
Subpopulations of human natural killer cells defined by expression of the Leu-7 (HNK-1) and Leu-11 (NK-15) antigens

Papamichail, M.; Holborow, E.J.; Keith, H.I.; Currey, H.L., 1972:
Subpopulations of human peripheral blood lymphocytes distinguished by combined rosette formation and membrane immunofluorescence

Shubinskiĭ, G.Z.; Lozovoĭ, V.P., 1980:
Subpopulations of human peripheral blood suppressor cells regulating lymphocyte response to different doses of concanavalin A

Fanger, M.W.; Shen, L.; Pugh, J.; Bernier, G.M., 1980:
Subpopulations of human peripheral granulocyes and monocytes express receptors for IgA

Pearlstein, E.; Aladjem, F., 1972:
Subpopulations of human serum very low density lipoproteins

Birkeland, S.A.; Larsen, P.O.; Larsen, F.S., 1981:
Subpopulations of lymphocytes and lymphocyte transformation tests in atopic dermatitis: evaluation of a systemic treatment with a new chromone compound and comparison with a normal group

Cheney, R.T.; Tomaszewski, J.E.; Raab, S.J.; Zmijewski, C.; Rowlands, D.T., 1984:
Subpopulations of lymphocytes in maternal peripheral blood during pregnancy

Bjerke, J.R., 1982:
Subpopulations of mononuclear cells in lesions of psoriasis, lichen planus and discoid lupus erythematosus studied using monoclonal antibodies

Hammar, H.; Gu, S.Q.; Johannesson, A.; Sundkvist, K.G.; Biberfeld, P., 1984:
Subpopulations of mononuclear cells in microscopic lesions of psoriatic patients. Selective accumulation of suppressor/cytotoxic T cells in epidermis during the evolution of the lesion

Moorhead, J.W.; Claman, H.N., 1974:
Subpopulations of mouse T lymphocytes. I. "Thymidine suicide" of a major proliferating, PHA-responsive cell population present in spleen but not in lymph node

Mugraby, L.; Gery, I.; Sulitzeanu, D., 1974:
Subpopulations of mouse spleen lymphocytes. I. Dissociation between the reactivities to different "non-specific" mitogens

Bradstock, K.F.; Janossy, G.; Pizzolo, G.; Hoffbrand, A.V.; McMichael, A.; Pilch, J.R.; Milstein, C.; Beverley, P.; Bollum, F.J., 1980:
Subpopulations of normal and leukemic human thymocytes: an analysis with the use of monoclonal antibodies

Lewis, H.; Mitchell, J.; Nossal, G.J., 1969:
Subpopulations of rat and mouse thoracic duct small lymphocytes in the Salmonella flagellar antigen system

Clausen, O.P.; Aarnaes, E.; Kirkhus, B.; Pedersen, S.; Thorud, E.; Bolund, L., 1984:
Subpopulations of slowly cycling cells in S and G2 phase in mouse epidermis

Dunn, I.S.; Halliday, W.J., 1980:
Subpopulations of splenic T and B lymphocytes producing and regulating leukocyte adherence inhibition factor

Theis, G.A., 1981:
Subpopulations of suppressor cells in chickens infected with cells of a transplantable lymphoblastic leukemia

Starzyk, J.; Sarnecka, S.; Bartelik, S.; Heltman, H.; Partyka, M., 1993:
Subpopulations of t and B lymphocytes, rosette tests, levels of immunoglobulins in peripheral blood and NBT test in the initial period of hemodialysis conducted with cuprophan or cellulose acetate dialysers in patients with chronic renal failure

Reinherz, E.L.; Morimoto, C.; Penta, A.C.; Schlossman, S.F., 1981:
Subpopulations of the T4+ inducer T cell subset in man: evidence for an amplifier population preferentially expressing Ia antigen upon activation

Bach, M.K.; Brashler, J.R., 1970:
Subpopulations within "short-lived" and "long-lived" lymphocytes resolved by isopycnic sedimentation in Ficoll solutions coupled with a double radioisotopic labeling technique

Bhargava, R.K.; Thin, R.N., 1983:
Subpreputial carriage of aerobic micro-organisms and balanitis

Zimmer, S.K.; Olechno, G., 1973:
Subprofessional medical librarians

Inoue, S., 1966:
Subprofessional nurse problems in many areas

Hartlage, L.C., 1970:
Subprofessional therapists' use of reinforcement versus traditional psychotherapeutic techniques with schizophrenics

Lief, H.I., 1966:
Subprofessional training in mental health

Catalan, A., 1982:
Subprosthetic stomatitis. Description of a treatment

Shafik, A., 1972:
Subpubic prostatectomy: an approach for removal of the enlarged prostate

Reynolds, C.L.; Miller, H.C., 1974:
Subpubic urethropexy: a new remedy for stress incontinence

Prats, D.; Fereres, J.; Vidaur, F.; De Paula, A.; Naranjo, P.; Rentero, R., 1974:
Subpulmonary effusion as a complication of peritoneal dialysis

Anonymous, 1972:
Subpulmonary septal defect, pulmonary ectasia and patent ductus arteriosus--an accidental finding in a bull

Bridge, J.; Cooperberg, P.; Stoller, J.L., 1980:
Subpulmonic empyema masquerading as subphrenic abscess

Riemenschneider, T.A.; Goldberg, S.J.; Ruttenberg, H.D.; Gyepes, M.T., 1969:
Subpulmonic obstruction in complete (d) transposition produced by redundant tricuspid tissue

Cordero, O., 1982:
Subregional system of training as a means of satisfying institutional training needs

Dabrowski, S., 1974:
Subregionalization

Falicki, Z.; Kuczyński, A.; Borowski, T., 1974:
Subregionalization at the Psychiatric Hospital at Choroszcza

Jaska, M.; Kliks, I., 1974:
Subregionalization, in the light of basic principles of the psychiatric care organization

Milanesi, M.L.; Silva, E.P., 1968:
Subregister of births in the district of São Paulo

Donahoe, P.K.; Krane, I.; Bogdén, A.E.; Kamagata, S.; Budzik, G.P., 1984:
Subrenal capsule assay to test the viability of parenterally delivered müllerian inhibiting substance

Es'kova, N.K., 1983:
Subretinal adhesiectomy operation in traumatic retinal detachment

Delaney, W.V., 1968:
Subretinal blood in retinal separation

Federman, J.L.; Folberg, R.; Ridley, M.; Arbizo, V.A., 1983:
Subretinal cellular bands

Kaufman, P.L.; Podos, S.M., 1973:
Subretinal fluid butyrylcholinesterase. 1. Source of the enzyme and factors affecting its concentration in subretinal fluid from primary rhegmatogenous retinal detachments

Kaufman, P.L.; Podos, S.M., 1974:
Subretinal fluid butyrylcholinesterase. 2. Reoperated rhegmatogenous detachments and diabetic traction detachments

Lam, K.W.; Constable, I.J.; Schepens, C.L., 1972:
Subretinal fluid: isoenzymes and cytologic studies

Ryan, S.J., 1980:
Subretinal neovascularization after argon laser photocoagulation

Goldbaum, M.H.; Weidenthal, D.T.; Krug, S.; Rosen, R., 1983:
Subretinal neovascularization as a complication of drainage of subretinal fluid

Escoffery, R.F., 1981:
Subretinal neovascularization following endophotocoagulation

Burgess, D., 1981:
Subretinal neovascularization in a pattern dystrophy of the retinal pigment epithelium

Goshorn, E.B.; Hoover, D.L.; Eller, A.W.; Friberg, T.R.; Jarrett, W.H.; Sorr, E.M., 1995:
Subretinal neovascularization in children and adolescents

Augsburger, J.J.; Benson, W.E., 1980:
Subretinal neovascularization in chronic uveitis

Ober, R.R.; Smith, R.E.; Ryan, S.J., 1983:
Subretinal neovascularization in the Vogt-Koyanagi-Harada syndrome

Ryan, S.J., 1982:
Subretinal neovascularization. Natural history of an experimental model

Hilton, G.F., 1974:
Subretinal pigment migration following cryosurgical retinal reattachment

Hilton, G.F., 1974:
Subretinal pigment migration. Effects of cryosurgical retinal reattachment

Benson, P.F., 1968:
Subribosomal particles in newborn-rat liver

Smulson, M., 1974:
Subribosomal particles of Hela cells

Mullock, B.M.; Hinton, R.H.; Dobrota, M.; Froomberg, D.; Reid, E., 1971:
Subribosomal particles separated from liver and hepatoma homogenates with a zonal rotor

Henriksen, O.; Smulson, M., 1972:
Subribosomal particulate forms of elongation factors and aminoacyl-tRNA synthetases in human cells

Czerlinski, G.; Kobbe, R., 1973:
Subroutine for the computation of equilibrium concentrations for the elementary bimolecular cycle

Schloss, J.A., 1984:
Subroutines in the programme of Chlamydomonas gene expression induced by flagellar regeneration

Reed, W.A., 1965:
Subscalene biopsy in intrathoracic diseases

Moore, P.N.; Kinsman, R.A.; Dirks, J.F., 1984:
Subscales to the Taylor Manifest Anxiety Scale in three chronically ill populations

Blatt, S.J.; Zohar, A.H.; Quinlan, D.M.; Zuroff, D.C.; Mongrain, M., 1995:
Subscales within the dependency factor of the Depressive Experiences Questionnaire

Ciconelli, A.J.; Cornicelli, J.; Mascarenhas, S.; Gouveia, P.R.; Martins, A.C.; Ferreira, A.L.; Borges Júnior, G.F.; Ferraz, A.S.; Yamasaky, R., 1973:
Subscapular cryosurgery of the prostate. Experimental work in dogs: technico-surgical aspects

Kouvalchouk, J.F.; Merat, J.; Durey, A., 1985:
Subscapular snapping

Opalev, L.M., 1973:
Subscleral administration of hydrocortisone and prednisolone in certain keratites

Jacob, M.; Thomas, A., 1984:
Subscleral goniotrepanation in primary glaucoma

Harkawy, J., 1965:
Subscleral hematoma as a complication of surgery of the middle ear

El-Shewy, T.M., 1974:
Subscleral iridencleisis in open-angle glaucoma

Smith, B.F.; Schuster, H.; Seidenberg, B., 1971:
Subscleral sclerectomy: a double-flap operation for glaucoma

Zhang, H.C., 1980:
Subscleral sclerencleisis

Nguyen, T.N.; La, H.M., 1982:
Subscleral sclerencleisis (surgical technic and initial results)

Anderson, P.J.; Glenner, G.G., 1973:
Subscriber survey of the journal of histochemistry and cytochemistry 1972

McManus, J.F., 1968:
Subscriber usage estimates for Federation analysis of questionnaire reponses

Zhang, Z.; Liu, H.; Sun, C.; Ma, Q.; Bu, H.; Chong, K.; Xu, Y., 2018:
A C 2 H 2 zinc-finger protein OsZFP213 interacts with OsMAPK3 to enhance salt tolerance in rice

Laurian, C.; Martino, A.; Cormier, J.M., 1981:
Subscrotal bypass. Technique and indications. A report on twelve cases

Kooka, D.; Almeida, A.; Sheth, S.; Desai, S.; Acharya, V.N., 1982:
Subselective arterial embolisation and infusion chemotherapy for primary carcinoma of the liver

Freeny, P.C.; Bush, W.H.; Kidd, R.; Marks, W.M., 1984:
Subselective diagnostic and interventional arteriography using a simple coaxial catheter system

Morris, D.C.; Cruz, F.; Culham, J.A., 1983:
Subselective embolization for non-neoplastic conditions of the kidney

Wu, R.Q.; Wan, D.J.; Ren, R.X., 1985:
Subselective embolization of the intra or extra-cranial polyvascular lesions

Bookstein, J.J.; Alazraki, N.P.; Jassy, L.N., 1983:
Subselective magnification angiography of experimental pneumonia

Teasdale, E.; Patterson, J.; McLellan, D.; Macpherson, P., 1984:
Subselective preoperative embolization for meningiomas. A radiological and pathological assessment

Tepper, J.M.; Nakamura, S.; Spanis, C.W.; Squire, L.R.; Young, S.J.; Groves, P.M., 1982:
Subsensitivity of catecholaminergic neurons to direct acting agonists after single or repeated electroconvulsive shock

Lerer, B.; Ebstein, R.P.; Belmaker, R.H., 1981:
Subsensitivity of human beta-adrenergic adenylate cyclase after salbutamol treatment of depression

Wong, D.T.; Bymaster, F.P., 1981:
Subsensitivity of serotonin receptors after long-term treatment of rats with fluoxetine

Verimer, T.; Long, J.P.; Flynn, J.R.; Arnerić, S.P.; Walsh, B.J., 1981:
Subsensitivity of the presynaptic dopamine receptors in cat heart after the termination of chronic haloperidol treatment

McPhillips, J.J., 1969:
Subsensitivity of the rat ileum to cholinergic drugs

Trulson, M.E.; MacKenzie, R.G., 1981:
Subsensitivity to 5-hydroxytryptamine agonists occurs in streptozocin-diabetic rats with no change in [3H]-5-HT receptor binding

Smith, S.A.; Smith, S.E., 1980:
Subsensitivity to cholinoceptor stimulation of the human iris sphincter in situ following acute and chronic administration of cholinomimetic miotic drugs

French, S.W., 1980:
Subsensitivity to norepinephrine as a link between adaptation to stress and chronic alcohol ingestion: an hypothesis

Nelson, H.S., 1995:
Subsensitivity to the bronchodilator action of beta 2-adrenergic agonists

Tashkin, D.P.; Conolly, M.E.; Deutsch, R.I.; Hui, K.K.; Littner, M.; Scarpace, P.; Abrass, I., 1982:
Subsensitization of beta-adrenoceptors in airways and lymphocytes of healthy and asthmatic subjects

Kerrebijn, K.F., 1983:
Subsensitization to beta-agonists

Wissler, H., 1965:
Subsepsis allergica

Leutritz, S.; Garten, C.D.; Rössler, W., 1968:
Subsepsis allergica Wissler in adults

Weinhold, D., 1971:
Subsepsis allergica as a differential diagnosis problem

Wieland, T.; Lewalter, J.; Birr, C., 1970:
Subsequent activation of carboxylic derivatives by oxidation or elimination of water; application for cyclizing peptides

Ragozzino, M.; Melton, L.J.; Chu, C.P.; Palumbo, P.J., 1982:
Subsequent cancer risk in the incidence cohort of Rochester, Minnesota, residents with diabetes mellitus

Arnhoff, F.N.; Shriver, B.M.; VanMatre, R.M., 1966:
Subsequent career activities of stipend recipients under the NIMH career teacher program in psychiatry

Plitz, V., 1967 :
Subsequent crowning of abutment teeth

Sapelli, P.L.; Franceschini, F.; Cinti, S.; Osculati, F., 1983:
Subsequent data on the cellular characterization of the epithelium of the gustatory plate of the fungiform papillae of the tongue in the frog

Rosenman, S.J., 1983:
Subsequent deaths after attempted suicide by drug overdose in the western region of Adelaide, 1976

Myers, E.D., 1982:
Subsequent deliberate self-harm in patients referred to a psychiatrist: a prospective study

Sommer, J., 1970:
Subsequent examination of patients with "dry click" in hips at birth

Engineer, A.D.; Tandon, P., 1974:
Subsequent fertility following contraception with long acting medroxyprogesterone acetate

Liu, D.T.; Mmelville, H.A.; Martin, T., 1972:
Subsequent gestational morbidity after various types of abortion

Dunlap, M.B.; Bergin, J.W., 1973:
Subsequent health of former carriers of hemolytic streptococci

Hauk, P.; Friedl, K.; Kaufmehl, K.; Urbanek, R.; Forster, J., 1995:
Subsequent insect stings in children with hypersensitivity to Hymenoptera

Holmes, J.G.; Kipling, M.D.; Waterhouse, J.A., 1970:
Subsequent malignancies in men with scrotal epithelioma

Hay, J.H.; Duncan, W.; Kerr, G.R., 1984 :
Subsequent malignancies in patients irradiated for testicular tumours

Faugere, M.C.; Pellissier, J.F.; Toga, M., 1981:
Subsequent morphological changes in periodic paralysis. A study of seven cases

Woodhouse, S.P., 1969:
Subsequent mortality in patients surviving myocardial infarction

Miller, H.C.; Phillips, C.E., 1968:
Subsequent nephrectomy of the contralateral kidney for recurrent renovascular hypertension

Sandok, B.A.; von Estorff, I.; Giuliani, E.R., 1980:
Subsequent neurological events in patients with atrial myxoma

Toth, A.; Lesser, M.L.; Brooks, C.; Labriola, D., 1983:
Subsequent pregnancies among 161 couples treated for T-mycoplasma genital-tract infection

Peabody, E.; McKenry, P.; Cordero, L., 1981:
Subsequent pregnancy among adolescent mothers

Kossmann, J.C.; Bard, H., 1982:
Subsequent pregnancy following the loss of an early preterm newborn infant weighing less than 1000 grams

Villanueva Reynoso, C.; Villalobos Román, M.; Cuenca Pérez, H., 1972:
Subsequent pregnancy in patients with previous corporal segmental or corporal cesarean section (analysis of 74 cases)

Meier, E.; Vorpahl, H., 1982:
Subsequent results of a modified incisive faceless bridge pontic in the anterior dental arch

Ragozzino, M.W.; Kurland, L.T., 1982:
Subsequent risk of rheumatoid arthritis in patients diagnosed with herpes zoster

Greene, H.J.; Grusetz, M.W.; Mackles, A., 1969:
Subsequent second primary and metastatic cancer of the ovary

Krüger, H., 1968:
Subsequent studies of psychoses which were considered schizophrenias in the sense of Kraepelin-Bleuler psychiatry

Agafonov, V.I., 1968:
Subsequent tasks in the further reduction of infectious morbidity among the troops

Gushchin, N.I., 1969:
Subsequent tasks in the printed propagation of veterinary medicine

Lebedev, P.T., 1970:
Subsequent tasks in zoohygienic science and practice

Volkov, N.P.; Glebov, S.F., 1968:
Subsequent tasks of military medical expert testimony

Petrov, B.D., 1969:
Subsequent tasks of the history of medicine and public health

Stoliarov, G.P., 1968:
Subsequent tasks of therapeutic-preventive work in the Soviet Army and Navy

Sharabrin, I.G., 1969:
Subsequent tasks of veterinary station therapists in controlling animal diseas

Soloway, M.S.; Ford, K.S., 1983:
Subsequent tumor analysis of 36 patients who have received intravesical mitomycin C for superficial bladder cancer

Kustos, G.; Pilaszanovich, I.; Antalovics, M.; Pintér, A.; Rubecz, I., 1971:
Subserosal ileal haematoma causing intestinal obstruction in infants

Tóth, F.; Hegyi, J., 1971:
Subserous fibrous lipoma of the uterine tube

Lagache, G.; Proye, C.; Laurent, J.C., 1974:
Subserous schwannoma of the 2nd duodenum with tumoral and anemic symptomatology

Priesching, A.; Wagner, O.; Funovic, F., 1973:
Subserous stomach carcinoma

Lopez, D.M.; Charyulu, V.; Sigel, M.M., 1981:
Subset of spleen lymphocytes from BALB/cCrgl mice stimulated by mouse mammary tumor virus

Dercksen, M.W.; Rodenhuis, S.; Dirkson, M.K.; Schaasberg, W.P.; Baars, J.W.; van der Wall, E.; Slaper-Cortenbach, I.C.; Pinedo, H.M.; Von dem Borne, A.E.; van der Schoot, C.E., 1995:
Subsets of CD34+ cells and rapid hematopoietic recovery after peripheral-blood stem-cell transplantation

Sharp, G.C., 1982:
Subsets of SLE and mixed connective tissue disease

Mason, D.W., 1981:
Subsets of T cells in the rat mediating lethal graft versus-host disease

Reinecke, G.; Pabst, R., 1983:
Subsets of blood, spleen and recirculating lymphocytes in man

Crum, E.D., 1984:
Subsets of circulating T-lymphocytes mediating resistance to in vivo growth of a carcinogen-induced syngeneic rat tumor

Schuler, G.; Romani, N.; Linert, J.; Shevach, E.M.; Stingl, G., 1983:
Subsets of epidermal Langerhans cells as defined by lectin binding profiles

Carrel, S.; Tosi, R.; Gross, N.; Tanigaki, N.; Carmagnola, A.L.; Accolla, R.S., 1981:
Subsets of human Ia-like molecules defined by monoclonal antibodies

Garty, B.; Kaminski, E.; Danon, Y.L., 1981:
Subsets of human monocytes

Fujii, N.; Itoyama, Y.; Tabira, T.; Kuroiwa, Y., 1983:
Subsets of lymphoid cells in blood and thymus in myasthenia gravis. Monoclonal antibody analysis

Gautam, S.; Deodhar, S.D., 1983:
Subsets of oncofetal antigen-induced T-cells: ability to mediate antitumor immune response

Oomori, K., 1983:
Subsets of peripheral blood lymphocytes studied with monoclonal antibodies, with special reference to chronic hepatitis

Loudon, J.R.; Charnley, J., 1980:
Subsidence of the femoral prosthesis in total hip replacement in relation to the design of the stem

Kishida, K., 1981:
Subsidiary behavior of truck drivers in rear-end collisions

de Carvalho, A.C.; Janz, G.J.; Mexia, J.T., 1966:
Subsidies for studying and identifying the intermediate hosts of human schistosomes in Angola. II. Biomphalaria. (With data on the distribution of mansoni bilharziasis in Angola)

Bernstein, A., 1980:
Subsidization of HMOs

Byrne, K.O.; Bellucci, M.T., 1982:
Subsidized adoption: one county's program

Mondy, L.W., 1982:
Subsidized family planning services in Texas

Lindgren, B.; Silverberg, R., 1985:
Subsidizing pharmaceutical prescriptions: the experience of Denmark, Finland, Norway and Sweden

Bruun, L.; Christensen, J.D., 1981:
Subsidy prospects in the treatment of skin patients: possibilities to reduce the patient's part in expenses

Iwasa, S.; Aoshima, H.; Hiromi, K.; Hatano, H., 1974:
Subsite affinities of bacterial liquefying alpha-amylase evaluated from the rate parameters of linear substrates

Hiromi, K.; Nitta, Y.; Numata, C.; Ono, S., 1973:
Subsite affinities of glucoamylase: examination of the validity of the subsite theory

Day, C.L., 1982:
Subsite concept for metastases in clinical stage I melanoma

Schack, P.; Kaarsholm, N.C., 1984:
Subsite differences between the active centres of papaya peptidase A and papain as revealed by affinity chromatography. Purification of papaya peptidase A by ionic-strength-dependent affinity adsorption on an immobilized peptide inhibitor of papain

Thoma, J.A.; Rao, G.V.; Brothers, C.; Spradlin, J.; Li, L.H., 1971:
Subsite mapping of enzymes. Correlation of product patterns with Michaelis parameters and substrate-induced strain

Thoma, J.A.; Crook, C., 1982:
Subsite mapping of enzymes. Double inhibition studies

Allen, J.D., 1980:
Subsite mapping on enzymes: application to polysaccharide depolymerases

Dunn, B.M.; Gustchina, A.; Wlodawer, A.; Kay, J., 1994:
Subsite preferences of retroviral proteinases

Prodanov, E.; Seigner, C.; Marchis-Mouren, G., 1984:
Subsite profile of the active center of porcine pancreatic alpha-amylase. Kinetic studies using maltooligosaccharides as substrates

Hiromi, K.; Ohnishi, M.; Tanaka, A., 1983:
Subsite structure and ligand binding mechanism of glucoamylase

Franke, A., 1969:
Subspecialization

Anderson, R.J., 1995:
Subspecialization in internal medicine: a historical review, an analysis, and proposals for change

Margulis, A.R., 1981:
Subspecialties in diagnostic radiology: the road to glory or disaster?

Randall, C.L., 1973:
Subspecialties in obstetrics-gynecology: overview

Rosansky, S.J.; Hoey, J.R.; Seely, J.F., 1982:
Subspecialty consultations in a teaching hospital

Brodey, P.A., 1980:
Subspecialty journals

Philips, J.B.; Rosenbloom, A.L.; Schiebler, G.L., 1982:
Subspecialty training in pediatrics: an academic model

Neilson, E.G., 1995:
Subspecialty work force issues

Roy, M.A.; Hennig, C.W.; Hill, E.M.; Walker, M.L., 1981:
Subspecies differences in curiosity and general activity for developing squirrel monkeys

Brosius, S.; Grosse, F.; Krauss, G., 1983:
Subspecies of DNA polymerase alpha from calf thymus with different fidelity in copying synthetic template-primers

Wodniecki, J., 1971:
Substages of contractions of the left ventricle in the left and right bundle-branch block

Vilcek, S.; Sangret, M.; Vrtiak, O.J.; Gdovinová, A., 1982:
Substance 2-5A--a newly discovered inhibitor of proteosynthesis

Stochla, K., 1980:
Substance 48/80 and experimental inflammation

Nawa, H.; Doteuchi, M.; Igano, K.; Inouye, K.; Nakanishi, S., 1984:
Substance K: a novel mammalian tachykinin that differs from substance P in its pharmacological profile

Mascherpa, P., 1972:
Substance M and reactive antibiotics according to Zironi

Rameshwar, P.; Gascón, P., 1995:
Substance P (SP) mediates production of stem cell factor and interleukin-1 in bone marrow stroma: potential autoregulatory role for these cytokines in SP receptor expression and induction

Nieber, K.; Oehme, P., 1982:
Substance P - a neuropeptide transmitter

Lindell, B., 1982:
Substance P - an old neuropeptide in new significant positions

Eskay, R.L.; Furness, J.F.; Long, R.T., 1981:
Substance P activity in the bullfrog retina: localization and identification in several vertebrate species

Handelmann, G.E.; Selsky, J.H.; Helke, C.J., 1984:
Substance P administration to neonatal rats increases adult sensitivity to substance P

Eison, A.S.; Iversen, S.D.; Sandberg, B.E.; Watson, S.P.; Hanley, M.R.; Iversen, L.L., 1982:
Substance P analog, DiMe-C7: evidence for stability in rat brain and prolonged central actions

Patterson, R.; Harris, K.E., 1993:
Substance P and IgE-mediated allergy. I. Transient increase in airway responsiveness to allergen in primates

Patterson, R.; Harris, K.E., 1993:
Substance P and IgE-mediated allergy. II. Reduction of rhesus IgE antibody after aerosol exposure to substance P and allergen

Matsas, R.; Fulcher, I.S.; Kenny, A.J.; Turner, A.J., 1983:
Substance P and [Leu]enkephalin are hydrolyzed by an enzyme in pig caudate synaptic membranes that is identical with the endopeptidase of kidney microvilli

Teichberg, V.I.; Blumberg, S., 1980:
Substance P and analogues: biological activity and degradation

Hall, M.E.; Stewart, J.M., 1983:
Substance P and antinociception

Hall, M.E.; Stewart, J.M., 1983:
Substance P and behavior: opposite effects of N-terminal and C-terminal fragments

Kato, T., 1981:
Substance P and biogenic monoamines

Xu, Y.; Wellner, D.; Scheinberg, D.A., 1995:
Substance P and bradykinin are natural inhibitors of CD13/aminopeptidase N

Lundberg, J.M.; Martling, C.R.; Saria, A., 1983:
Substance P and capsaicin-induced contraction of human bronchi

Osborne, N.N.; Cuello, A.C.; Dockray, G.J., 1982:
Substance P and cholecystokinin-like peptides in Helix neurons and cholecystokinin and serotonin in a giant neuron

Sicuteri, F.; Rainò, L.; Geppetti, P., 1983:
Substance P and endogenous opioids: how and where they could play a role in cluster headache

Pickel, V.M.; Miller, R.; Chan, J.; Sumal, K.K., 1983:
Substance P and enkephalin in transected axons of medulla and spinal cord

Stern, P., 1969:
Substance P and its central effects

Naftchi, N.E.; Abrahams, S.J.; St Paul, H.M.; Vacca, L.L., 1981:
Substance P and leucine-enkephalin changes after chordotomy and morphine treatment

Gorizontova, M.P.; Shinkarenko, V.S.; Chernukh, A.M., 1982:
Substance P and microcirculation during stress

Culman, J.; Tschöpe, C.; Jost, N.; Itoi, K.; Unger, T., 1993:
Substance P and neurokinin A induced desensitization to cardiovascular and behavioral effects: evidence for the involvement of different tachykinin receptors

Rosell, S., 1980:
Substance P and neurotensin in the control of gastrointestinal function

Leeman, S.E., 1980:
Substance P and neurotensin: discovery, isolation, chemical characterization and physiological studies

Vijayan, E.; Raju, K., 1982:
Substance P and neurotensin: opposite effects on plasma cholesterol levels in ovariectomized conscious rats

Saria, A.; Wilson, S.P.; Molnar, A.; Viveros, O.H.; Lembeck, F., 1980:
Substance P and opiate-like peptides in human adrenal medulla

Casacchia, M.; Corona, R.; Boni, B.; Cerbo, R., 1980:
Substance P and pain: possible pathogenic role in chronic primary headache

Menkès, C.J.; Renoux, M., 1994:
Substance P and rheumatic diseases

Powell, F.C.; Corbally, N.; Powell, D., 1993:
Substance P and rosacea

Bishop, G.A.; Ho, R.H., 1984:
Substance P and serotonin immunoreactivity in the rat inferior olive

Husted, S.; Sjögren, C.; Andersson, K.E., 1981:
Substance P and somatostatin and excitatory neurotransmission in rabbit urinary bladder

Shapiro, M.S.; Hille, B., 1993:
Substance P and somatostatin inhibit calcium channels in rat sympathetic neurons via different G protein pathways

Kessler, J.A.; Adler, J.E.; Bell, W.O.; Black, I.B., 1983:
Substance P and somatostatin metabolism in sympathetic and special sensory ganglia in vitro

Haustein, U.F.; Weber, B.; Seikowski, K., 1995:
Substance P and vasoactive intestinal peptide in patients with progressive scleroderma. Determination of plasma level before and after autogenic training

Loewy, A.D.; Sawyer, W.B., 1982:
Substance P antagonist inhibits vasomotor responses elicited from ventral medulla in rat

Mizrahi, J.; Escher, E.; Caranikas, S.; D'orléans-Juste, P.; Regoli, D., 1982:
Substance P antagonists active in vitro and in vivo

Karlsson, J.A.; Finney, M.J.; Persson, C.G.; Post, C., 1984:
Substance P antagonists and the role of tachykinins in non-cholinergic bronchoconstriction

Håkanson, R.; Leander, S.; Andersson, R.G.; Hörig, J., 1983:
Substance P antagonists release histamine from peritoneal mast cells

Vacca, L.L., 1983:
Substance P appears reduced in Huntington's disease: immunocytochemical findings in substantia nigra and substantia gelatinosa

Helke, C.J.; O'Donohue, T.L.; Jacobowitz, D.M., 1980:
Substance P as a baro- and chemoreceptor afferent neurotransmitter: immunocytochemical and neurochemical evidence in the rat

Stehmesser, G.; Startsev, V.G.; Oehme, P.; Nichkov, S., 1984:
Substance P as a regulator of disordered functions in primates: its effect on conditioned reflex activity and the dynamics of arterial pressure

Tsunoo, A.; Konishi, S.; Otsuka, M., 1982:
Substance P as an excitatory transmitter of primary afferent neurons in guinea-pig sympathetic ganglia

Marasco, W.A.; Showell, H.J.; Becker, E.L., 1981:
Substance P binds to the formylpeptide chemotaxis receptor on the rabbit neutrophil

Holzer, P.; Lippe, I.T., 1984:
Substance P can contract the longitudinal muscle of the guinea-pig small intestine by releasing intracellular calcium

Heizmann, A.; Lembeck, F., 1966:
Substance P content and capillary permeability in substantia nigra extracts

Jonsson, G.; Hallman, H., 1982:
Substance P counteracts neurotoxin damage on norepinephrine neurons in rat brain during ontogeny

Nowak, L.M.; MacDonald, R.L., 1981:
Substance P decreases a potassium conductance of spinal cord neurons in cell culture

Ogata, N.; Abe, H., 1982:
Substance P decreases membrane conductance in neurons of the guinea pig hypothalamus in vitro

Wormser, U.; Chorev, M.; Gilon, C.; Laufer, R.; Friedman, Z.Y.; Selinger, Z., 1984:
Substance P degrading systems of rat parotid and hypothalamus

Katz, R.J., 1980:
Substance P elicited grooming in the mouse: behavioral and pharmacological characteristics

Schlesinger, K.; Lipsitz, D.U.; Peck, P.L.; Pelleymounter, M.A.; Stewart, J.M.; Chase, T.N., 1983:
Substance P enhancement of passive and active avoidance conditioning in mice

Reiser, G.; Folkers, K.; Hamprecht, B., 1982:
Substance P enhances cation permeability of neuronal cell lines

Stallcup, W.B.; Patrick, J., 1980:
Substance P enhances cholinergic receptor desensitization in a clonal nerve cell line

Hanani, M.; Burnstock, G., 1984:
Substance P evokes slow and fast responses in cultured myenteric neurons of the guinea pig

Kojima-Nishimura, M.; Akasu, T., 1983:
Substance P facilitates the release of acetylcholine from motor nerve terminals of frogs

Diamond, L.; Szarek, J.L.; Gillespie, M.N., 1982:
Substance P fails to mimic vagally mediated nonadrenergic bronchodilation

Ehinger, B.; Sundler, F.; Tervo, K.; Tervo, T.; Tornqvist, K., 1983:
Substance P fibres in the anterior segment of the rabbit eye

Lockridge, O., 1982:
Substance P hydrolysis by human serum cholinesterase

Pfister, C.; Görne, R.C., 1983:
Substance P immunofluorescence in the adrenal medulla of the rat

Tervo, T.; Tervo, K.; Eränkö, L.; Vannas, A.; Eränkö, O.; Cuello, A.C., 1983:
Substance P immunoreaction and acetylcholinesterase activity in the cornea and Gasserian ganglion

Tervo, K.; Tervo, T.; Eränkö, L.; Eränkö, O., 1981:
Substance P immunoreactive nerves in the rodent cornea

Cuello, A.C.; Gamse, R.; Holzer, P.; Lembeck, F., 1981:
Substance P immunoreactive neurons following neonatal administration of capsaicin

Miller, A.; Costa, M.; Furness, J.B.; Chubb, I.W., 1981:
Substance P immunoreactive sensory nerves supply the rat iris and cornea

Tarkkanen, A.; Tervo, T.; Tervo, K.; Eränkö, L.; Eränkö, O.; Cuello, A.C., 1983:
Substance P immunoreactivity in normal human retina and in retinoblastoma

DePalatis, L.R.; Fiorindo, R.P.; Ho, R.H., 1982:
Substance P immunoreactivity in the anterior pituitary gland of the guinea pig

Ho, R.H.; DePalatis, L.R., 1980:
Substance P immunoreactivity in the median eminence of the North American opossum and domestic fowl

Tenovuo, O.; Rinne, U.K.; Viljanen, M.K., 1984:
Substance P immunoreactivity in the post-mortem parkinsonian brain

Takano, Y.; Martin, J.E.; Leeman, S.E.; Loewy, A.D., 1984:
Substance P immunoreactivity released from rat spinal cord after kainic acid excitation of the ventral medulla oblongata: a correlation with increases in blood pressure

Baranowski, A.P.; Priestley, J.V.; McMahon, S., 1993:
Substance P in cutaneous primary sensory neurons--a comparison of models of nerve injury that allow varying degrees of regeneration

Trümper, L.; Skrabanek, P.; Balfe, A.; Kirrane, J.; Powell, D., 1982:
Substance P in human adrenal medulla and in sympathetic tumours

Nutt, J.G.; Mrox, E.A.; Leeman, S.E.; Williams, A.C.; Engel, W.K.; Chase, T.N., 1980:
Substance P in human cerebrospinal fluid: reductions in peripheral neuropathy and autonomic dysfunction

Skrabanek, P.; Balfe, A.; McDonald, D.; McKaigney, J.; Powell, D., 1980:
Substance P in human cord blood and its degradation by placenta in vitro

Zhang, R.X., 1993:
Substance P in plasma of patients with allergic rhinitis and its clinical significance

Traurig, H.; Saria, A.; Lembeck, F., 1984:
Substance P in primary afferent neurons of the female rat reproductive system

Ratzenhofer, M.; Gamse, R.; Höfler, H.; Auböck, L.; Popper, H.; Pohl, P.; Lembeck, F., 1981:
Substance P in the argentaffin carcinoid of the caecum: biochemical and biological characterization

Rathsack, R.; Roske, I.; Oehme, P.; Hilse, H., 1984:
Substance P in the blood plasma and adrenals of spontaneously hypertensive and normotensive rats

Zilov, V.G.; Rogacheva, S.K.; Ivanova, L.I.; Patyshakuliev, A.P., 1984:
Substance P in the central mechanism of the rabbit feeding response evoked by stimulation of the lateral hypothalamus

Helme, R.D.; White, D.W., 1981:
Substance P in the central nervous system

Duckles, S.P.; Buck, S.H., 1982:
Substance P in the cerebral vasculature: depletion by capsaicin suggests a sensory role

Millar, T.J.; Chubb, I.W., 1984:
Substance P in the chick retina: effects of light and dark

Ulfendahl, M.; Lundeberg, T.; Scarfone, E.; Theodorsson, E., 1993:
Substance P in the guinea-pig hearing organ

Del Fiacco, M.; Dessi, M.L.; Atzori, M.G.; Levanti, M.C., 1983:
Substance P in the human brainstem. Preliminary results of its immunohistochemical localization

Guttmann, B.; Fischer, G., 1967:
Substance P in the intestine and brain during phylogenetic and ontogenetic development

Strodel, W.E.; Vinik, A.I.; Jaffe, B.M.; Eckhauser, F.E.; Thompson, N.W., 1984:
Substance P in the localization of a carcinoid tumor

Keen, P.; Tullo, A.B.; Blyth, W.A.; Hill, T.J., 1982:
Substance P in the mouse cornea: effects of chemical and surgical denervation

Robinson, S.E.; Schwartz, J.P.; Costa, E., 1980:
Substance P in the superior cervical ganglion and the submaxillary gland of the rat

Helme, R.D.; Fletcher, J.L., 1983:
Substance P in the trigeminal system at postmortem: evidence for a role in pain pathways in man

Katz, D.M.; Karten, H.J., 1980:
Substance P in the vagal sensory ganglia: localization in cell bodies and pericellular arborizations

Gamse, R.; Saria, A.; Bucsics, A.; Lembeck, F., 1981:
Substance P in tumors: pheochromocytoma and carcinoid

Klugman, K.P.; Lembeck, F.; Markowitz, S.; Mitchell, G.; Rosendorff, C., 1980:
Substance P increases hypothalamic blood flow via an indirect adrenergic-cholinergic interaction

Watson, S.P.; Downes, C.P., 1983:
Substance P induced hydrolysis of inositol phospholipids in guinea-pig ileum and rat hypothalamus

Koizumi, H.; Yasui, C.; Fukaya, T.; Ueda, T.; Ohkawara, A., 1994:
Substance P induces inositol 1,4,5-trisphosphate and intracellular free calcium increase in cultured normal human epidermal keratinocytes

Komissarova, N.V.; Siems, W.E.; Gomazkov, O.A.; Oehme, P.; Jentzsch, K.D., 1982:
Substance P inhibition of the activity of the angiotensin-converting enzyme from human blood serum

Adams, P.R.; Brown, D.A.; Jones, S.W., 1983:
Substance P inhibits the M-current in bullfrog sympathetic neurones

Akasu, T.; Nishimura, T.; Koketsu, K., 1983:
Substance P inhibits the action potentials in bullfrog sympathetic ganglion cells

Ip, N.Y.; Zigmond, R.E., 1984:
Substance P inhibits the acute stimulation of ganglionic tyrosine hydroxylase activity by a nicotinic agonist

Bisgard, G.E.; Pizarro, J.; Ryan, M.; Hedrick, M., 1994:
Substance P inhibits ventilation in the goat

Gallacher, D.V., 1983:
Substance P is a functional neurotransmitter in the rat parotid gland

Hörtnagl, H.; Singer, E.A.; Lenz, K.; Kleinberger, G.; Lochs, H., 1984 :
Substance P is markedly increased in plasma of patients with hepatic coma

Dong, X.; Deng, Y.; Wang, S.; Wang, Y., 1993:
Substance P is not involved in SII descending modulation of the nucleus centrum medianum of the thalamus in cats

Butler, J.M.; Powell, D.; Unger, W.G., 1980:
Substance P levels in normal and sensorily denervated rabbit eyes

Janicki, P.; Lypko, A.; Szczudlik, A.; Libich, J., 1981:
Substance P levels in the rat forebrain after apomorphine and haloperidol treatment

Bergström, L.; Sakurada, T.; Terenius, L., 1984:
Substance P levels in various regions of the rat central nervous system after acute and chronic morphine treatment

Chahl, L.A., 1983:
Substance P mediates atropine-sensitive response of guinea-pig ileum to serotonin

Carter, D.A.; Lightman, S.L., 1983:
Substance P microinjections into the nucleus tractus solitarius elicit a pressor response in capsaicin-treated rats

Jonsson, G.; Hallman, H., 1982:
Substance P modifies the 6-hydroxydopamine induced alteration of postnatal development of central noradrenaline neurons

Akasu, T.; Kojima, M.; Koketsu, K., 1983:
Substance P modulates the sensitivity of the nicotinic receptor in amphibian cholinergic transmission

Role, L.W., 1984:
Substance P modulation of acetylcholine-induced currents in embryonic chicken sympathetic and ciliary ganglion neurons

Kalivas, P.W.; Miller, J.S., 1984:
Substance P modulation of dopamine in the nucleus accumbens

Kapadia, S.E.; de Lanerolle, N.C., 1984:
Substance P neuronal organization in the median region of the interpeduncular nucleus of the cat: an electron microscopic analysis

Helke, C.J.; Neil, J.J.; Massari, V.J.; Loewy, A.D., 1982:
Substance P neurons project from the ventral medulla to the intermediolateral cell column and ventral horn in the rat

Dobek, W.; Baldauf, J.; Zetler, G., 1969:
Substance P peptides in ultrafiltrates from cortex and subcortex of bovine brain

Kosofsky, B.E.; Genova, L.M.; Hyman, S.E., 1995:
Substance P phenotype defines specificity of c-fos induction by cocaine in developing rat striatum

Golard, A.; Role, L.; Siegelbaum, S.A., 1994:
Substance P potentiates calcium channel modulation by somatostatin in chick sympathetic ganglia

Boksa, P.; Livett, B.G., 1984:
Substance P protects against desensitization of the nicotinic response in isolated adrenal chromaffin cells

Krause, W.; Oehme, P., 1982:
Substance P protects from acute toxicity of acetylcholine in mice

Kiyama, H.; Maeno, H.; Tohyama, M., 1993:
Substance P receptor (NK-1) in the central nervous system: possible functions from a morphological aspect

Kiyoto, S., 1993:
Substance P receptor antagonist

Liang, T.; Cascieri, M.A., 1981:
Substance P receptor on parotid cell membranes

Kavelaars, A.; Jeurissen, F.; Heijnen, C.J., 1994:
Substance P receptors and signal transduction in leukocytes

Mantyh, P.W.; Hunt, S.P.; Maggio, J.E., 1984:
Substance P receptors: localization by light microscopic autoradiography in rat brain using [3H]SP as the radioligand

Clapham, D.E.; Neher, E., 1984:
Substance P reduces acetylcholine-induced currents in isolated bovine chromaffin cells

Yasphal, K.; Wright, D.M.; Henry, J.L., 1982:
Substance P reduces tail-flick latency: implications for chronic pain syndromes

Johnson, C.L.; Johnson, C.G., 1993:
Substance P regulation of glutamate and cystine transport in human astrocytoma cells

Floor, E., 1983:
Substance P release from K+-depolarized rat brain synaptosomes at one-second resolution

Kronheim, S.; Sheppard, M.C.; Pimstone, B.L., 1980:
Substance P release from rat hypothalamus and spinal cord

Yoshitake, K.; Isohama, Y.; Kai, H.; Takahama, K.; Miyata, T., 1995:
Substance P stimulates the loss of cell-associated high molecular weight glycoconjugates from cultured hamster tracheal epithelial cells through polymorphonuclear leucocytes activation

Tang, J.; Chou, J.; Yang, H.Y.; Costa, E., 1983:
Substance P stimulates the release of Met5-enkephalin-Arg6-Phe7 and Met5-enkephalin from rat spinal cord

Floor, E.; Leeman, S.E., 1980:
Substance P sulfoxide: separation from substance P by high-pressure liquid chromatography, biological and immunological activities, and chemical reduction

Morley, J.E.; Levine, A.S., 1980:
Substance P suppresses stress-induced eating

Len, W.B.; Tsou, M.Y.; Chan, S.H.; Chan, J.Y., 1994:
Substance P suppresses the activity of alpha 2-adrenoceptors of the nucleus reticularis gigantocellularis involved in cardiovascular regulation in the rat

Schultzberg, M.; Hökfelt, T.; Olson, L.; Alund, M.; Nilsson, G.; Terenius, L.; Elde, R.; Goldstein, M.; Said, S., 1980:
Substance P, VIP, enkephalin and somatostatin immunoreactive neurons in intestinal tissue transplanted to the anterior eye chamber

Zetler, G.; Sowoidnich, T., 1980:
Substance P, bethanechol, 4-aminopyridine, and potassium antagonize the depressing effects of low-frequency stimulation, tetrodotoxin, procaine, and of magnesium on the field-stimulated guinea-pig vas deferens

Mitchell, R.; Fleetwood-Walker, S., 1981:
Substance P, but not TRH, modulates the 5-HT autoreceptor in ventral lumbar spinal cord

Mészáros, J.; Tarchalska, B.; Gajewska, S.; Janicki, P.; Duriasz, H.; Szreniawski, Z., 1981:
Substance P, hexapeptide pGlu6(SP6-11), analgesia and serotonin depletion

Sawynok, J.; Moochhala, S.M.; Pillay, D.J., 1984:
Substance P, injected intrathecally, antagonizes the spinal antinociceptive effect of morphine, baclofen and noradrenaline

Haigler, H.J.; Spring, D.D., 1980:
Substance P, morphine and methionine-enkephalin: effects on spontaneous and evoked neuronal firing in the nucleus reticularis gigantocellularis of the rat

Milner, T.A.; Joh, T.H.; Miller, R.J.; Pickel, V.M., 1984:
Substance P, neurotensin, enkephalin, and catecholamine-synthesizing enzymes: light microscopic localizations compared with autoradiographic label in solitary efferents to the rat parabrachial region

Lavalley, A.L.; Ho, R.H., 1983:
Substance P, somatostatin, and methionine enkephalin immunoreactive elements in the spinal cord of the domestic fowl, Gallus domesticus

Unger, W.G.; Butler, J.M.; Cole, D.F.; Bloom, S.R.; McGregor, G.P., 1981:
Substance P, vasoactive intestinal polypeptide (VIP) and somatostatin levels in ocular tissue of normal and sensorily denervated rabbit eyes

Aoki, M.; Tamai, K.; Saotome, K., 1994:
Substance P- and calcitonin gene-related peptide-immunofluorescent nerves in the repair of experimental bone defects

Del Fiacco, M.; Cuello, A.C., 1980:
Substance P- and enkephalin-containing neurones in the rat trigeminal system

Huang, X.F.; Paxinos, G.; Halasz, P.; McRitchie, D.; Törk, I., 1993:
Substance P- and tyrosine hydroxylase-containing neurons in the human dorsal motor nucleus of the vagus nerve

Khan, S.; Brooks, N.; Whelpton, R.; Michael-Titus, A.T., 1995:
Substance P-(1-7) and substance P-(5-11) locally modulate dopamine release in rat striatum

Lorez, H.P.; Kemali, M., 1981:
Substance P-, met-enkephalin- and somatostatin-like immunoreactivity distribution in the frog spinal cord

Pernow, B., 1983:
Substance P--a putative mediator of antidromic vasodilation

Changgeng, Z.; Zenker, W.; Celio, M., 1983:
Substance P--positive structures in rat spinal cord--a longitudinal bundle ventral to the central canal

Bienert, M., 1984:
Substance P--structure and action

Regoli, D.; Escher, E.; Mizrahi, J., 1984:
Substance P--structure-activity studies and the development of antagonists

Brodin, E.; Sjölund, K.; Håkanson, R.; Sundler, F., 1983:
Substance P-containing nerve fibers are numerous in human but not in feline intestinal mucosa

Barja, F.; Mathison, R.; Huggel, H., 1983:
Substance P-containing nerve fibres in large peripheral blood vessels of the rat

Llewellyn-Smith, I.J.; Furness, J.B.; Murphy, R.; O'Brien, P.E.; Costa, M., 1984:
Substance P-containing nerves in the human small intestine. Distribution, ultrastructure, and characterization of the immunoreactive peptide

Gamlin, P.D.; Reiner, A.; Karten, H.J., 1982:
Substance P-containing neurons of the avian suprachiasmatic nucleus project directly to the nucleus of Edinger-Westphal

Davis, B.M.; Cabot, J.B., 1984:
Substance P-containing pathways to avian sympathetic preganglionic neurons: evidence for major spinal-spinal circuitry

Dalsgaard, C.J.; Hökfelt, T.; Elfvin, L.G.; Skirboll, L.; Emson, P., 1982:
Substance P-containing primary sensory neurons projecting to the inferior mesenteric ganglion: evidence from combined retrograde tracing and immunohistochemistry

Ohmori, T.; Kuwahara, A.; Ozaki, T.; Yanaihara, N.; Takeda, Y.; Takeda, R., 1993:
Substance P-evoked circular muscle contractions have a close connection with serotonergic neurons in guinea-pig ileum

Lovick, T.A.; Hunt, S.P., 1983:
Substance P-immunoreactive and serotonin-containing neurones in the ventral brainstem of the cat

Yamazaki, K.; Moriya, H.; Ichihara, N.; Mitsushio, H.; Inagaki, S.; Kikuchi, T., 1993:
Substance P-immunoreactive astrocytes in gracile sensory nervous tract of spinal cord in gracile axonal dystrophy mutant mouse

Reinecke, M.; Weihe, E.; Forssmann, W.G., 1980:
Substance P-immunoreactive nerve fibers in the heart

Tervo, K.; Tervo, T.; Eränkö, L.; Vannas, A.; Cuello, A.C.; Eränkö, O., 1982:
Substance P-immunoreactive nerves in the human cornea and iris

Matthews, M.R.; Cuello, A.C., 1982:
Substance P-immunoreactive peripheral branches of sensory neurons innervate guinea pig sympathetic neurons

Hancock, M.B., 1984:
Substance P-immunoreactive processes on 5HT/SP-immunoreactive medullary cells

Lundberg, J.M.; Hökfelt, T.; Martling, C.R.; Saria, A.; Cuello, C., 1984:
Substance P-immunoreactive sensory nerves in the lower respiratory tract of various mammals including man

Monier, S.; Kitabgi, P., 1980:
Substance P-induced autodesensitization inhibits atropine-resistant, neurotensin-stimulated contractions in guinea-pig ileum

Kramer, H.J.; Klingmüller, D.; Flachskampf, F.A.; Düsing, R., 1983:
Substance P-induced changes in kidney function in the conscious rat: relation to the renal prostaglandin system

Minota, S.; Dun, N.J.; Karczmar, A.G., 1981:
Substance P-induced depolarization in sympathetic neurons: not simple K-inactivation

Lam, F.Y.; Ferrell, W.R.; Scott, D.T., 1993:
Substance P-induced inflammation in the rat knee joint is mediated by neurokinin 1 (NK1) receptors

Del Río, J.; Naranjo, J.R.; Yang, H.Y.; Costa, E., 1983:
Substance P-induced release of Met5-enkephalin from striatal and periaqueductal gray slices

Chiba, T.; Murata, Y., 1982:
Substance P-like immunoreactive axon varicosities with synaptic junctions in the nucleus tractus solitarius of the rat

Laties, A.M.; Stone, R.A.; Brecha, N.C., 1981:
Substance P-like immunoreactive nerve fibers in the trabecular meshwork

Stone, R.A.; Laties, A.M.; Brecha, N.C., 1982:
Substance P-like immunoreactive nerves in the anterior segment of the rabbit, cat and monkey eye

Tsuruo, Y.; Kawano, H.; Nishiyama, T.; Hisano, S.; Daikoku, S., 1983:
Substance P-like immunoreactive neurons in the tuberoinfundibular area of rat hypothalamus. Light and electron microscopy

Lehtosalo, J.I., 1984:
Substance P-like immunoreactive trigeminal ganglion cells supplying the cornea

Korte, G.E.; Reiner, A.; Karten, H.J., 1980:
Substance P-like immunoreactivity in cerebellar mossy fibers and terminals in the red-eared turtle, Chrysemys scripta elegans

Sameshima, K., 1995:
Substance P-like immunoreactivity in cerebrospinal fluid in lumbar disc herniation

Del Fiacco, M.; Levanti, M.C.; Brotzu, G.; Montisci, R., 1984:
Substance P-like immunoreactivity in human sympathetic ganglia

Furness, J.B.; Papka, R.E.; Della, N.G.; Costa, M.; Eskay, R.L., 1982:
Substance P-like immunoreactivity in nerves associated with the vascular system of guinea-pigs

Neale, E.A.; Matthew, E.; Zimmerman, E.A.; Nelson, P.G., 1982:
Substance P-like immunoreactivity in neurons in dissociated cell cultures of mammalian spinal cord and dorsal root ganglia

Rathsack, R.; Oehme, P.; Roske, I.; Hilse, H., 1983:
Substance P-like immunoreactivity in plasma and adrenal medulla of rats with spontaneous hypertension and WKY rats under acute stress

Kaiya, H.; Tamura, Y.; Adachi, S.; Moriuchi, I.; Namba, M.; Tanaka, M.; Yoshida, H.; Yanaihara, N.; Yanaihara, C., 1981:
Substance P-like immunoreactivity in plasma of psychotic patients and effects of neuroleptics and electroconvulsive therapy

Sikri, K.L.; Hoyes, A.D.; Barber, P.; Jagessar, H., 1981:
Substance P-like immunoreactivity in the intramural nerve plexuses of the guinea-pig ureter: a light and electron microscopical study

Malthe-Sørenssen, D.; Oktedalen, O., 1982:
Substance P-like immunoreactivity in the phrenic nerve and diaphragm: axonal transport of substance P in the phrenic nerve

Wakisaka, S.; Ichikawa, H.; Nishimoto, T.; Matsuo, S.; Yamamoto, K.; Nakata, T.; Akai, M., 1984:
Substance P-like immunoreactivity in the pulp-dentine zone of human molar teeth demonstrated by indirect immunofluorescence

Ylikoski, J.; Eränkö, L.; Päivärinta, H., 1984:
Substance P-like immunoreactivity in the rabbit inner ear

Lehtosalo, J.I.; Uusitalo, H.; Stjernschantz, J.; Palkama, A., 1984:
Substance P-like immunoreactivity in the trigeminal ganglion. A fluorescence, light and electron microscope study

Sugimoto, T.; Takada, M.; Kaneko, T.; Mizuno, N., 1984:
Substance P-positive thalamocaudate neurons in the center median-parafascicular complex in the cat

Gaudino, G.; Fasolo, A., 1980:
Substance P-related peptides in the hypothalamus of amphibia

Iwanaga, T.; Tamaki, M.; Adachi, I.; Fujita, T., 1993:
Substance P/calcitonin gene-related peptide (CGRP)-immunoreactive nerve terminals in the whole mount preparations of the dog urethra

Cuello, A.C.; McQueen, D.S., 1980:
Substance P: a carotid body peptide

Liesi, P.; Grönblad, M.; Korkala, O.; Karaharju, E.; Rusanen, M., 1983:
Substance P: a neuropeptide involved in low back pain?

Schrauwen, E.; Houvenaghel, A., 1980:
Substance P: a powerful intestinal vasodilator in the pig

Heinrich, N.; Rathsack, R.; Berger, H.; Mehlis, B., 1982:
Substance P: elimination from the circulation of the rat after intravenous injection

Gallacher, D.V.; Petersen, O.H., 1981:
Substance P: indirect and direct effects on parotid acinar cell membrane potential

Nowak, L.M.; Macdonald, R.L., 1982:
Substance P: ionic basis for depolarizing responses of mouse spinal cord neurons in cell culture

Pernow, B., 1981:
Substance P: its distribution, pharmacological actions and possible physiological role in sensory neurons

Reiner, A.; Karten, H.J.; Solina, A.R., 1983:
Substance P: localization within paleostriatal-tegmental pathways in the pigeon

García-Sevilla, J.A.; Magnusson, T.; Carlsson, A.; Folkers, K., 1983:
Substance P: structural requirements for the activation of brain catecholamine synthesis and locomotor activity in rats

Brown, L.S., 1981:
Substance abuse and America: historical perspective on the federal response to a social phenomenon

Payton, C.R., 1981:
Substance abuse and mental health: special prevention strategies needed for ethnics of color

Greenfield, S.F.; Weiss, R.D.; Tohen, M., 1995:
Substance abuse and the chronically mentally ill: a description of dual diagnosis treatment services in a psychiatric hospital

Rosenheck, R., 1995:
Substance abuse and the chronically mentally ill: therapeutic alliance and therapeutic limit-setting

Dri, E.A.; Cheddie, M., 1984:
Substance abuse and the prenatal employee: a nursing diagnosis perspective

Talbott, G.D., 1984:
Substance abuse and the professional provider. The need for new attitudes about addiction

Krizek, T.J., 1995:
Substance abuse and the surgical health officer

Johnson, E.M.; Belfer, M.L., 1995:
Substance abuse and violence: cause and consequence

Kandel, D., 1984:
Substance abuse by adolescents in Israel and France: a cross-cultural perspective

Maruta, T., 1982:
Substance abuse by patients with chronic pain

Mathew, R.J.; Georgi, J.; Wilson, W.H.; Georgi, J.N.; Lowe, J.V., 1995:
Substance abuse consultation in a teaching hospital

Anonymous, 1995:
Substance abuse draining federal entitlement plans

Anonymous, 1994:
Substance abuse in pregnancy. ACOG Technical Bulletin Number 195--July 1994 (replaces No. 96, September 1986)

Weller, M.P.; Ang, P.C.; Zachary, A.; Latimer-Sayer, D.T., 1984:
Substance abuse in schizophrenia

Soyka, M., 1994:
Substance abuse in schizophrenics

Altman, R., 1984:
Substance abuse in the Soviet Union

Silsby, H.D.; Cook, C.J., 1981:
Substance abuse in the combat environment: the heroin epidemic

Kamal, S., 1982:
Substance abuse in the emergency service and in hospital units

Dillmann, J.M., 1995:
Substance abuse in the perioperative setting

Bry, B.H., 1983:
Substance abuse in women. Etiology and prevention

Lisenko, V.P.; Richards, B., 1994:
Substance abuse problems in the Magadan Region of the Russian Far East

Brenna, T.R., 1981:
Substance abuse programs and Proposition 13: opportunities for change

Sell, J.J.; Ward, E.F., 1994:
Substance abuse treatment modalities

Moos, R.H.; Finney, J.W., 1995:
Substance abuse treatment programs and processes: linkages to patients' needs and outcomes

Mathew, R.J.; Georgi, J.; Nagy, P., 1994:
Substance abuse treatment. Beyond the Minnesota model

Anonymous, 1994:
Substance abuse. ACOG Technical Bulletin Number 194--July 1994

Pallikkathayil, L.; Tweed, S., 1983:
Substance abuse: alcohol and drugs during adolescence

Jackson, S.; Griffin, J., 1983:
Substance abuse: an occupational hazard among nurses

Sexter, J.; Sullivan, A.P.; Wepner, S.F.; Denmark, R., 1984:
Substance abuse: assessment of the outcomes of activities and activity clusters in school-based prevention

Trudeau, D.L., 1981:
Substance abuse: how physicians recover

Miller, J.R., 1994:
Substance abuse: the role of depression and trauma--a case report

Hecht, A., 1982:
Substance and intellectual roots of pathologic anatomy in Leipzig

Wolf, H., 1967:
Substance and magic in treatments of the 18th century

Jansa, P., 1968:
Substance and practical significance of the peroxidase reaction of leukocytes

Meyer, F.P.; Oelszner, W., 1971:
Substance and species specific differences in acute toxicity of some sulfanilamides for mouse and rat

Schuler, S., 1982:
Substance dependence. The long march in long term detoxification and rehabilitation

Sato, S.; Kawata, T., 1969:
Substance in Clostridium botulinum type A causing uterine contraction in rats

Anonymous, 1982:
Substance inhalation

Lintilhac, J.P.; Cochain, J.P., 1966:
Substance losses of the eyelids. Application of the principle of Abbé's flap

DiNardo, H.P., 1970:
Substance of the truth in lending act as it affects the dental profession

Zav'ialova, L.A., 1980:
Substance of the work of the city district physician and therapist

Yashpal, K.; Henry, J.L., 1984:
Substance p analogue blocks sp-induced facilitation of a spinal nociceptive reflex

Schlesinger, K.; Lipsitz, D.U.; Peck, P.L.; Pelleymounter, M.A.; Stewart, J.M.; Chase, T.N., 1983:
Substance p reversal of electroconvulsive shock and cycloheximide-induced retrograde amnesia

Becker, H., 1969:
Substance production in plant callus- and organ-cultures

de Verdier, C.H.; Niklasson, F.; Högman, C.F., 1984:
Substance rates of different steps of purine metabolism in normal and preserved red blood cells (RBC) studied in experiments simulating in vivo conditions

de Wied, D., 1983:
Substance regulation of behavior

Determann, H.; Lampert, K., 1970:
Substance separation on the basis of molecular weight differences

Mel'nikova, L.V., 1981:
Substance toxicity and danger

Stibitz, G.R., 1966:
Substance uptake in variable systems with special reference to the use of the Fick equation

Nemeth, J.; Swaim, R.C.; Katona, E.; Oetting, E.R., 1994:
Substance use among Hungarian students

Prendergast, M.L., 1994:
Substance use and abuse among college students: a review of recent literature

Cooper, K.; Brown, S., 2017:
ACTA2 mutation and postpartum hemorrhage: a case report

el-Guebaly, N., 1995:
Substance use disorders and mental illness: the relevance of comorbidity

Uddman, R.; Malm, L.; Sundler, F., 1983:
Substance-P-containing nerve fibers in the nasal mucosa

Murphy, S.; Deblassie, R.R., 1984:
Substance-abuse and the native American student

Tornatore, F.L.; Gilderman, A.M., 1982:
Substance-induced organic mental disorders

Herrington, R.E.; Jacobson, G.R., 1983:
Substance-use disorders among physicians: special treatment considerations

Testa, E.; Fontanella, L., 1968 :
Substances acting on the central nervous system. 49. Synthesis and chemical properties of azetidine-2-thiones

Fontanella, L.; Pifferi, G.; Testa, E.; Consonni, P., 1973:
Substances active on the C.N.S. L. Synthesis of 3-ethyl-3-phenylazetidin-2-ones with substitutions on the aromatic ring

Fontanella, L.; Mariani, L.; Testa, E., 1973:
Substances active on the central nervous system. LI (1) N-substituted 3,3-di-n-propylazetidin-2-ones

Testa, E.; Fontanella, L., 1966:
Substances active on the central nervous system. XLVII. Synthesis of 4-phenyl-6-chloro-4H-3,1-benzoxazin-2-(1H)-one and derivatives

Linder, T., 1972:
Substances added to foods for calf raising

Guillaume, J.; Calet, C., 1972:
Substances added to poultry feed

Cole, D.F.; Nagasubramanian, S., 1973:
Substances affecting active transport across the ciliary epithelium and their possible role in determining intraocular pressure

Morphe, A.S., 1980:
Substances and cells related to the immune system

Benex, J., 1967:
Substances capable of increasing the survival of explants maintained in organotypic cultures

Bogovskiĭ, P.A.; Pliss, G.B., 1984:
Substances carcinogenic for man and malignant tumors induced by them

Morimoto, H.; Matsumoto, N., 1966 :
Substances contained in Lespedeza bicolor var. japonica, II

Slugina, M.D.; Gorskaia, S.V., 1973:
Substances contained in fermentation broth of streptomycin-producing organism Act. streptomycini

Vintika, J., 1966:
Substances contained in higher fungi

Wagner, J.; Hoffmann, H.; Löw, I., 1970:
Substances contained in horse-chestnut seeds. 8. The acylaglycones of cryptoescin and alpha-escin

Huneck, S., 1967:
Substances contained in moss. IV. Isolation of drimenol from Bazzania trilobata (L.) LINDBERG

Laulan, A.; Lestage, J.; Châteaureynaud-Duprat, P.; Fontaine, M., 1983:
Substances contained in the coelomic fluid of Lumbricus terristris having functions in common with those of some human complement components

Jacobi, O., 1967:
Substances contained in the normal stratum corneum and callus of the human skin. I. Water, sebum, reduction substances, pentoses, desoxyribose, glucosamine

Jacobi, O., 1969:
Substances contained in the normal stratum corneum and calluses of human skin. II. Thin layer chromatographical study of free and combined sugars

Runkel, R.; Sandermann, W., 1966:
Substances contained in wood, their chemistry and biochemistry

Lakin, K.M.; Fel'dbaum, V.A.; Lebedeva, A.A., 1971:
Substances decreasing the aggregation and adhesiveness of thrombocytes (review of the literature)

Kurath, P.; Tadanier, J.; Johnson, P.; Grampovnik, D.; Egan, R.S.; Stanaszek, R.S.; Cirovic, M.; Washburn, W.H.; Leonard, J.E., 1981:
Substances derived from 4-de-N-methylfortimicin B

De Francisci, G.; Zanghi, F.; De Giacomo, M.; Addario, C.; Magalini, S.I., 1980:
Substances for diagnostic use: physiopathology of the consequences

Souto, J.C., 1967:
Substances formed by irradiation action on animals. ORO-661

Souto, J.C., 1969:
Substances formed by irradiation action on animals. ORO-672

von Kleist, S., 1973:
Substances immunologically related to CEA

Vincent, V., 1982:
Substances implicated in toxicomanias and toxicophilias

Lindhe, J.; Hellden, L., 1972:
Substances in the dento-gingival junction chemotactic for neutrophils

Cucuianu, M., 1970:
Substances influencing the functions of blood platelets

Chimenti, F.; Casanova, M.C.; Zagarese, V.; Turin, P.; Sabatini, S., 1983:
Substances inhibiting monoamine oxidase. II. Inhibition of bovine plasma amine oxidase by N-cyclopropyltryptamines

Schlipköter, H.W., 1963:
Substances inhibiting the silicotic process

Kaempe, B., 1967:
Substances interfering with determination of drugs and poisons in autopsy material

Umrath, K.; Bohn, H.; Klemencic, E., 1966:
Substances involved in nerve conduction in nerve degeneration

Rudzki, E., 1982:
Substances most frequently causing contact dermatitis and skin irritation in Poland. I. Cosmetics

Chany, E.; Aujard, C., 1968:
Substances of cellular origin inhibiting the fixation of cells on glass

Kulkarni, S.K.; Kaul, P.N., 1980:
Substances of marine origin affecting pentobarbital pharmacokinetics

Hadani, M.; Harel, A.; Solomon, A.; Belkin, M.; Lavie, V.; Schwartz, M., 1984:
Substances originating from the optic nerve of neonatal rabbit induce regeneration-associated response in the injured optic nerve of adult rabbit

Curzon, G.; Kantamaneni, B.D.; Van Boxel, P.; Gillman, P.K.; Bartlett, J.R.; Bridges, P.K., 1980:
Substances related to 5-hydroxytryptamine in plasma and in lumbar and ventricular fluids of psychiatric patients

Caciagli, F.; Amato, G.; Bertelli, A., 1974:
Substances released by trypsin potentiating bradykinin action on smooth muscle

Scherm, A., 1969:
Substances requiring prescriptions in cosmetics

Burbach, J.P.; Wang, X.C.; Ten Haaf, J.A.; De Wied, D., 1984:
Substances resembling C-terminal vasopressin fragments are present in the brain but not in the pituitary gland

Iazykov, A.A., 1966:
Substances similar to normal precipitins to antigens of the sponge Halichondria panacea (P) in Actinia equina (L), Arenicola marina (L), Mytilus edulis (L) and Styela rustica (L)

Cooper, P.D.; Sim, R.B., 1984:
Substances that can trigger activation of the alternative pathway of complement have anti-melanoma activity in mice

Sanner, J.H., 1974:
Substances that inhibit the actions of prostaglandins

Gübitz, H., 1966:
Substances with P effects from various nerve tissues and their decomposition with enzymes from the nervous system of various animals

Grimaldi, M.G., 1970:
Substances with anti-immuno-adhesion action in the treatment of acute metastreptococcal glomerulonephritis

Capek, A.; Simek, A., 1971:
Substances with antimicrobial effect. 8. Comparison of the antifungal activity of the 2-aminotridecane salt of 2-chloronitrophenol with Hexadecyl

Jelínek, V.; Semonský, M.; Francová, V.; Cerný, A., 1965:
Substances with antineoplastic action. 13. 6(4-carboxybutyl)thiopurine metabolite; some pharmacological properties of 6-(2-carboxyactyl)thiopurine

Kakác, B.; Mnoucek, K.; Semonsky, M.; Zikán, V.; Cerny, A., 1965:
Substances with antineoplastic activity. 10. On the polarographic and spectrophotometric determination of beta-4-methoxybenzoyl-beta-bromoacrylic acid and gamma-4-methoxyphenyl-alpha,beta-dibromo-delta-alpha, beta-beta-crotonelactone

Jelínek, V.; Semonský, M.; Francová, V.; Veselá, H.; Hradil, F., 1969:
Substances with antineoplastic activity. 28. Cytostatic and pharmacologic properties of beta-4-methoxybenzoyl-beta-bromacrylic acid sodium salt

Kotva, R.; Semonský, M., 1972:
Substances with antineoplastic activity. LI. Some analogues and derivatives of 6-carboxy-alkylthiopurines

Semonský, M.; Cerný, A.; Jelínek, V., 1970:
Substances with antineoplastic effect. 29. N-delta-6-purinylthio valeryl-amino acids and analogous dipeptide and triglycerin derivatives

Helia, O.; Jindra, A.; Semonský, M., 1969:
Substances with antineoplastic effect. XL. The influence of sodium salt of beta-4-methoxybenzoyl-beta-bromacrylic acid (MBBA) and some related substances on the respiration of rat liver homogenate and Yoshida ascites rat sarcoma cells; the influence of these substances on the mechanisms of oxidative phosphorylation of the liver homogenate

Veselá, H.; Kraus, P.; Semonský, M.; Slavíková, V., 1970:
Substances with antineoplastic effect. XLII. The influence of MBA on incorporation of some amino-acids in the proteins of Yoshida ascites rat sarcoma cells

Cerný, A.; Semonský, M., 1967:
Substances with antineoplastic effect. XVII. A contribution on the preparation of 6-(4-carboxybutyl)thiopurine

Francová, V.; Ráz, K.; Zikán, V.; Jelínek, V.; Semonský, M.; Franc, Z., 1965:
Substances with antineoplastic properties. XII. Dissemination in tissues and excretion of beta-4-methoxybenzoyl-beta-bromoacrylate (14CH3) in mice with mammary carcinoma

Cavrini, V.; Gatti, R.; Giovanninetti, G.; Chiarini, A.; Franchi, L.; Landini, M.P., 1980:
Substances with antiviral activity. XIII. Synthesis and in vitro activity of thiosemicarbazones of 1-benzoyl- and 1-benzyl-2-chloro-3-formylindoles

Garuti, L.; Giovanninetti, G.; Baserga, M.; Mannini Palenzona, A., 1981:
Substances with antiviral activity. XIX. Amidinohydrazones of formylesters and formylthioesters with aromatic N-heterocyclic substrates

Giovanninetti, G.; Garuti, L.; Cavrini, V.; Roveri, P.; Mannini Palenzona, A.; Sinibaldi, P.; Fusco, P.A., 1980:
Substances with antiviral activity. XV. Preparation and antiherpes activity of alkyl- and acylamino-dihalogenated pyrimidines and pyridines

Giovanninetti, G.; Garuti, L.; Cavrini, V.; Gatti, R.; Mannini Palenzona, A.; Baserga, M., 1981:
Substances with antiviral activity. XX. Thiosemicarbazones of 1-substituted 3-formyl-2-ethoxycarbonyl(carboxy)indoles

Chiarini, A.; Giovanninetti, G.; Sinibaldi, P.; Mannini Palenzona, A., 1981:
Substances with antiviral. XVI. Thiosemicarbazones containing benzofuran and 1H-indene moieties

Occelli, E.; Fontanella, L., 1984:
Substances with central nervous system activity. Derivatives of 2,3,5,9b-tetrahydro-1,3-dioxo-1H-imidazo[5,1-a]isoindole-5 -carboxylic acid

Occelli, E.; Mariani, L.; Fontanella, L.; Corsico, N., 1984:
Substances with central nervous system activity. Derivatives of octahydro-1,4-dihydroxypyrrolo(1,2-a)pyrazine-6-carboxylic acids

Bellasio, E.; Campi, A.; Trani, A.; Baldoli, E.; Caravaggi, A.M.; Nathansohn, G., 1973:
Substances with potential cardiovascular action. 2-acylaminobenzimidazoles with hypotensive activity

Bellasio, E.; Trani, A.; Sardi, A., 1972:
Substances with potential coronary-dilating action. I. Esters of (d,l) and (l)-phenylfluoroacetic acids with -(d)-oxiphene

Thomas, J.A.; Mawhinney, M.G.; Knotts, G.R., 1973:
Substances with potential for abuse by elementary and secondary school pupils. An informational reminder

Bulanova, E.A.; Vasil'ev, I.M., 1995:
Substances, specifically disrupting organization of microtubules, block morphogenesis of epithelial structures

Grala, P.E., 1981:
Substandard acuity in the healthy looking eye

Petruccioli Pizzini, M.G.; Tredici, G., 1983:
Substantia gelatinosa Rolandi neurons: ultrastructure of the cellular somata, synapses and intercellular contacts

Cools, A.R.; Jaspers, R.; Kolasiewicz, W.; Sontag, K.H.; Wolfarth, S., 1983:
Substantia nigra as a station that not only transmits, but also transforms, incoming signals for its behavioural expression: striatal dopamine and GABA-mediated responses of pars reticulata neurons

Chiodo, L.A.; Caggiula, A.R., 1983:
Substantia nigra dopamine neurons: alterations in basal discharge rates and autoreceptor sensitivity induced by estrogen

Cross, A.J.; Waddington, J.L., 1981:
Substantia nigra gamma-aminobutyric acid receptors in Huntington's disease

Kaniff, T.E.; Chuman, C.M.; Neafsey, E.J., 1983:
Substantia nigra single unit activity during penicillin-induced focal cortical epileptiform discharge in the rat

Iadarola, M.J.; Gale, K., 1982:
Substantia nigra: site of anticonvulsant activity mediated by gamma-aminobutyric acid

Kaczynski, J.; Wallerstedt, S.; Hansson, G., 1983:
Substantial increase in primary liver cancer in women in Gothenburg

Bicknell, W.J.; Walsh, D.C.; Tanner, M.M., 1974:
Substantial or decorative? Physicians' assistants and nurse practitioners in the United States

Daw, N.W.; Robertson, T.W.; Rader, R.K.; Videen, T.O.; Coscia, C.J., 1984:
Substantial reduction of cortical noradrenaline by lesions of adrenergic pathway does not prevent effects of monocular deprivation

Salter, M.; Duffy, C.; Garthwaite, J.; Strijbos, P.J., 1995:
Substantial regional and hemispheric differences in brain nitric oxide synthase (NOS) inhibition following intracerebroventricular administration of N omega-nitro-L-arginine (L-NA) and its methyl ester (L-NAME)

Gregg, C.T.; Hutson, J.Y.; Prine, J.R.; Ott, D.G.; Furchner, J.E., 1973:
Substantial replacement of mammalian body carbon with carbon-13

Carroll, T.P., 1994:
Substantially increasing breastfeeding: an accomplishment of the Alabama WIC Program

Perebatova, M.A., 1967:
Substantiation and development of the form and methods of further raising the qualifications of otolaryngologists in the Ukrainian SSR

Borina, M.Ia.; Perekhrest, V.A.; Baĭlo, V.D., 1969:
Substantiation for antibacterial therapy in acute renal insufficiency under conditions of peritoneal dialysis

Usov, D.V.; Smirnov, A.K.; Babichev, B.S.; Molchanova, A.A.; Molchanova, V.D.; Andreev, I.D., 1967:
Substantiation for the expediency of using oxygen therapy in patients with liver cirrhosis

Lauer, H.J.; Leber T|LEBER, T., 1974:
Substantiation of Theodor Leber's teaching on circulation of intraocular fluid 100 years ago

Faĭn, V.S., 1968:
Substantiation of a continuously-grouped model in the recognition of vocal images

Savoshchenko, I.S.; Budagovskaia, V.N., 1966:
Substantiation of a differentiated dietetic therapy of gastritis with secretory insufficiency

Davydova, V.I.; Shcherbakov, S.V.; Plotko, E.G.; Sharipova, N.P.; Iushkov, N.N., 1980:
Substantiation of a revision of the MPEL of hydrogen fluoride and of the inorganic salts of hydrofluoric acid for the air of a work area

Iatsyshina, T.A.; Visotskiĭ, V.G.; Nesterova, A.P.; Vitollo, A.S.; Mamaeva, E.M., 1984:
Substantiation of an optimal protein quota in the diet of patients with chronic pancreatitis based on the study of nitrogen balance

Feĭgin, G.A., 1971:
Substantiation of anticoagulant and fibrinolysin therapy in the acute stage of chemical trauma of the esophagus

Anan'eva, K.A., 1982:
Substantiation of cathode trypsin-electrophoresis

Kudrin, I.D.; Tikhonov, M.N.; Dovgusha, V.V., 1994:
Substantiation of criteria for standardization and complex assessment of life conditions in military technology objects

Shelton, G.H., 1994:
Substantiation of immunosuppression

Kuz'minov, B.P., 1982:
Substantiation of maximum permissible concentration of polidasol in the air of working zone

Lomonova, G.V., 1982:
Substantiation of maximum permissible concentrations of 2-ethylhexyl acrylate in the air of working zone

Kuchma, V.R., 1984:
Substantiation of measures for improving working conditions of postal workers

Nemirovskiĭ, M.E.; Belov, I.N., 1974:
Substantiation of medical-technical requirements concerning the method of measurement of the size of the objects in endoscopy

Apasov, G.N.; Kozyrina, Z.N., 1968:
Substantiation of multifield x-ray irradiation of the hypophysis

Medovar, A.M., 1971:
Substantiation of permissible residual quantities of saiphos in food products

Afanas'eva, R.F.; Burmistrova, O.V., 1995:
Substantiation of physiologic and hygienic requirements of heat-proof properties of winter headgear

Shumada, I.V.; Rybachuk, O.I.; Novopashennaia, V.V.; Ovchinnikov, G.I., 1984:
Substantiation of prognostic criteria of the course of aseptic femur head necrosis

Grishkevich, E.V., 1966:
Substantiation of surgical procedures for the drainage of bile from the intrahepatic ducts without resection of the liver

Kamardin, L.N.; Petrov, V.Iu., 1982:
Substantiation of surgical tactics in complicated variants of stomach and duodenal ulcer

Tikhomirov, I.P., 1984:
Substantiation of tentative safe levels of acrylic and methacrylic acids in atmospheric air

Kaczmarek, M.; Retzke, U.; Kyank, H., 1973:
Substantiation of the Alexander-Adams operation

Liarskiĭ, P.P.; Korenkov, I.P.; Moiseĭtsev, P.I., 1969:
Substantiation of the choice of dosimetric and radiometric equipment used in sanitary-hygienic practice

Vitebskiĭ, I.D., 1968:
Substantiation of the choice of technic of colonic anastomoses

Ziabbarova, S.A., 1966:
Substantiation of the conditions of discharge into bodies of water of sewage containing ethylene glycol monoethyl ether

Aizenshtat, L.I., 1971:
Substantiation of the design parameters of high-refraction negative spectacle lenses

Lytkin, V.V., 1982:
Substantiation of the duration of radon vaginal irrigations in patients with uterine myoma

Vitebskiĭ, I.D.; Beriashvili, Z.A.; Kushnirenko, O.Iu.; Matveenko, M.E.; Ruchkin, V.I., 1982:
Substantiation of the expediency of dissecting Treitz's ligament in gastric resection in peptic ulcer

Efetov, S.V., 1983:
Substantiation of the extent of radical operations in cancer of the gastric stump

Dantsig, N.M., 1968:
Substantiation of the hygienic requirements for insolation of housing rooms, public buildings, and large apartment buildings

Bragin, F.A.; Grishkevich, E.V., 1968:
Substantiation of the indices for the use of various methods of transparietal cholangiography

Demeshkevich, N.G.; Shefer, S.S.; Kondrat'eva, I.I.; Koliadich, M.N., 1972:
Substantiation of the maximally permissible concentraction of sodium nitrite aerosol in the air of work places

Man'ko, N.N., 1970 :
Substantiation of the maximum permissible concentration of Fozalon in the air of work areas

Liarskiĭ, P.P.; Pavlovskaia, N.A.; Petushkov, A.A.; Zel'tser, M.R.; Provotorov, A.V.; Makeeva, L.G., 1970:
Substantiation of the maximum permissible concentration of Th 232 and natural thorium in drinking water

Vasilenko, N.M.; Labunskiĭ, V.V., 1970:
Substantiation of the maximum permissible concentration of para-aminophenol in the air of industrial establishments

Voskoboĭnikova, V.B., 1966:
Substantiation of the maximum permissible concentration of the flotation reagent IM-68 and its component alcohols (hexyl, heptyl and octyl alcohol) in bodies of water

Reshetov, L.D., 1971:
Substantiation of the operation of plastic closure of a gastric or duodenal perforation by an omental flap (experimental study)

Lomnitskiĭ, I.Ia.; Biniashevskiĭ, E.V., 1982:
Substantiation of the optimal exposure to monochromatic red light for stimulating osteogenesis

Pekarskii, D.E., 1982:
Substantiation of the pathogenetic prophylaxis and therapy of burns

Shura-Bura, B.L.; Gritsenko, V.K., 1968:
Substantiation of the rationale of the use of electrolyzed sea water for disinfection

Vitebskiĭ, I.D., 1974:
Substantiation of the reflux theory of the pathogenesis of gastroduodenal ulcer

Babichev, S.I.; Lapin, S.K.; Kharlampovich, S.I.; Tarasova, L.B.; Sazonova, V.I., 1983:
Substantiation of the surgical treatment of patients with bronchial asthma and chronic pneumonia

Skliarenko, E.T., 1968:
Substantiation of the surgical treatment of patients with nonspecific infectious polyarthritis

Ibatullin, I.A., 1994:
Substantiation of the thoracic duct drainage in diseases of the liver and biliary tract

Toldy, M.; Mlyncek, M.; Danko, J.; Novotná, Z., 1984:
Substantiation of the use of invasive examining methods in obstetrics

Osipova, N.A.; Sviridov, S.V., 1993:
Substantiation of the use of prostaglandin- and kininogenesis in general anesthesia and postoperative analgesia

Egger, G., 1973:
Substantive bindings of tetrazolium salts. Light and electronmicroscopy observations

Wiggins, J.S., 1966:
Substantive dimensions of self-report in the MMPI item pool

Anonymous, 1983:
Substantive responsibility

Levy, P., 1967:
Substantive significance of significant differences between two groups

Harwood, B.T., 1970:
Substantive significance of the linguistic relativity hypothesis when using translations of written personality measures

Moroz, L.G., 1965:
Substational changes in nerve tissue in hysteriosis

Furnemont, E., 1973:
Substenosing intestinal tuberculosis

Dupon, H.; Cornet, E.; Michaud, J.L., 1968:
Substernal and diving goiters. 26 surgically treated cases

Sand, M.E.; Laws, H.L.; McElvein, R.B., 1983:
Substernal and intrathoracic goiter. Reconsideration of surgical approach

Johnson, A.S.; Prisk, B.; Whitney, D.R., 1968:
Substernal cardiac massage and assistance

Heitzman, E.R.; Ferguson, J.H., 1967:
Substernal chest pain

Orringer, M.B., 1984:
Substernal gastric bypass of the excluded esophagus--results of an ill-advised operation

Moolten, S.E., 1972:
Substernal goiter associated with recurrent syncope and stroke

Singh, B.; Lucente, F.E.; Shaha, A.R., 1994:
Substernal goiter: a clinical review

Klaasen-Udding, L.M.; Van Lijf, J.H.; Ten Napel, C.H., 1983:
Substernal goitre, deep venous thrombosis of the arm, and Pemberton's sign

Melliere, D.; Guterman, R.; Danis, R.K., 1980:
Substernal goitre. Report of 45 cases

Pavliuk, A.D., 1994:
Substernal reconstruction of subcutaneous artificial esophagus and removal of cutaneous patch

Howard, J.C., 1969:
Substition of the N-cyanoamide function for the carboxyl group of a carboxypeptidase A substrate

Mertz, D.P.; Stelzer, M., 1968:
Substition therapy with thyroid gland preparations

Parmar, S.S.; Kumar, R., 1968:
Substitued quinazolone hydrazides as possible antituberculous agents

Oberlender, R.A.; Kothari, P.J.; Nichols, D.E.; Zabik, J.E., 1984:
Substituent branching in phenethylamine-type hallucinogens: a comparison of 1-[2,5-dimethoxy-4-(2-butyl)phenyl]-2-aminopropane and 1-[2,5-dimethoxy-4-(2-methylpropyl)phenyl]-2-aminopropane

Lichtenwalner, M.R.; Speaker, T.J., 1980:
Substituent constants of azulene

Chiou, C.T.; Schmedding, D.W.; Block, J.H.; Manes, M., 1982:
Substituent contribution to the partition coefficients of substituted benzenes in solvent-water mixtures

Tsai, C.S.; Tang, J.Y.; Subbarao, S.C., 1969:
Substituent effect on lysozyme-catalysed hydrolysis of some beta-aryl di-N-acetylchitobiosides

Suetsugu, N.; Hiromi, K.; Ono, S., 1971:
Substituent effect on the hydrolyses of phenyl -maltosides catalyzed by saccharifying -amylase from Bacillus subtilis

Bhacca, N.S.; Giannini, D.D.; Jankowski, W.S.; Wolff, M.E., 1973:
Substituent effects in 13C nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy. Progesterone, deoxycorticosterone, corticosterone, cortisol, and related steroids

Boyd, D.B., 1983:
Substituent effects in cephalosporins as assessed by molecular orbital calculations, nuclear magnetic resonance, and kinetics

Tozer, T.N.; Tuck, L.D., 1965:
Substituent effects on oxidation and stabilization of phenothiazine semiquinone free radicals

Johnson, S.L.; Morrison, D.L., 1970:
Substituent effects on pyridinium ring-opening reactions. Facile ring opening of 1-(N,N-dimethylcarbamoyl)nicotinamide cation

Williams, R.E.; Bender, M.L., 1971:
Substituent effects on the chymotrypsin-catalyzed hydrolysis of specific ester substrates

Kvassman, J.; Larsson, A.; Pettersson, G., 1981:
Substituent effects on the ionization step regulating desorption and catalytic oxidation of alcohols bound to liver alcohol dehydrogenase

Miles, D.W.; Robins, R.K.; Eyring, H., 1967:
Substituent effects on the optical activity of some purine nucleosides

Hardman, M.J.; Blackwell, L.F.; Boswell, C.R.; Buckley, P.D., 1974:
Substituent effects on the pre-steady-state kinetics of oxidation of benzyl alcohols by liver alcohol dehydrogenase

Hagopian, L.; Köhler, G.; Walter, R.I., 1967:
Substituent effects on the properties of stable aromatic free radicals. Oxidation-reduction potentials of triarylamine-triarylaminium ion systems

Indelicato, J.M.; Norvilas, T.T.; Pfeiffer, R.R.; Wheeler, W.J.; Wilham, W.L., 1974:
Substituent effects upon the base hydrolysis of penicillins and cephalosporins. Competitive intramolecular nucleophilic amino attack in cephalosporins

Englert, G.; Arnold, W.; Els, H.; Fürst, A.; Meier, A.; Meister, W., 1974:
Substituent increments for the 1H-NMR. Chemical shifts of the 18- and 19-methyl protons of steroids. Part I: 9beta, 10alpha(retro)-steroids

Arnold, W.; Meister, W.; Englert, G., 1974:
Substituent increments for the 1H-NMR. Chemical shifts of the 18- and 19-methyl protons of steroids. Part II: 9alpha, 10beta(normal)-steroids

Murphy, P.J.; Tate, M.E.; Kerr, A., 1981:
Substituents at N6 and C-5' control selective uptake and toxicity of the adenine-nucleotide bacteriocin, agrocin 84, in Agrobacteria

Frère, C., 1971:
Substiture parents

Langner, A., 1995:
Substitute and supplementary methods for the study of drug biotransformation

Baker, N.G., 1982:
Substitute care for unaccompanied refuge minors

Langmeier, J., 1969:
Substitute care of the child from the psychologist's viewpoint

Küss, R.; Brisset, J.M.; Chatelain, C.; Jardin, A., 1971:
Substitute cecal bladder. Its place among methods of urinary diversion

Sjöbäck, T., 1974:
Substitute dentist with a temporary certificate

Mehrabian, A., 1967:
Substitute for apology: manipulation of cognitions to reduce negative attitude toward self

Zunic, L.; Begic, E.; Masic, I., 2018:
Acta Informatica Medica as an Official EFMI Journal - One of the Leading Journals in the Field of Medical Informatics in Europe

Fára, M.; Dvorák, J., 1972:
Substitute insertions of the velar muscles in clefts and their importance in reconstruction of the palate

Mayer, P., 1983:
Substitute materials for asbestos

Toyonaga, T.; Uezaki, N.; Chikama, H., 1983:
Substitute meniscus of Teflon-net for the knee joint of dogs

Herrero, H., 1967:
Substitute methods of liver function

Robertson, J.; Robertson, J., 1973:
Substitute mothering

Ducassou, J.; Richaud, C.; Perraud, P., 1965:
Substitute new bladder in women

Frère, C., 1971:
Substitute parents

Anonymous, 1970:
Substitute practitioner

Anonymous, 1973:
Substitute skin found by researchers at UAB

Stuttaford, T., 1972:
Substitute smoking materials

Winkler, R., 1974:
Substitute stomach. Pathophysiology and surgical tactics

Nigst, H., 1969:
Substitute surgery after irreparable peripheral nerve lesions

Nevanlinna, H.R., 1967:
Substitute therapy of hemorrhagic diseases

Olanescu, G.; Streja, M.; Ivanovici, F., 1966:
Substitute urethra using vesical tissue

Atkinson, D.C.; Godfrey, K.E.; Meek, B.; Saville, J.F.; Stillings, M.R., 1983:
Substituted (2-phenoxyphenyl)acetic acids with antiinflammatory activity. 1

Atkinson, D.C.; Godfrey, K.E.; Myers, P.L.; Phillips, N.C.; Stillings, M.R.; Welbourn, A.P., 1983:
Substituted (2-phenoxyphenyl)acetic acids with antiinflammatory activity. 2

Kikumoto, R.; Tobe, A.; Fukami, H.; Ninomiya, K.; Egawa, M., 1984:
Substituted (omega-aminoalkoxy) stilbene derivatives as a new class of anticonvulsants

Tajana, A.; Rossi, S.; Salvaterra, M., 1971:
Substituted , -dibromoacetophenones as antifungal and antibacterial agents

Jones, G.; Maisey, R.F.; Somerville, A.R.; Whittle, B.A., 1971:
Substituted 1,1-diphenyl-3-aminoprop-1-enes and 1,1-diphenyl-3-aminopropanes as potential antidepressant agents

DeGraw, J.I.; Kennedy, J.G.; Skinner, W.A., 1967:
Substituted 1,2,3,4-tetrahydro-beta-carbolines. II

Littell, R.; Allen, D.S., 1965:
Substituted 1,4-diazepin-2-ones

Hodnett, E.M.; Wongwiechintana, C.; Dunn, W.J.; Marrs, P., 1983:
Substituted 1,4-naphthoquinones vs. the ascitic sarcoma 180 of mice

Quintana, R.P.; Smithfield, W.R., 1967:
Substituted 1-benzyl-3-(N,N-diethylcarbamoyl)-piperidine cholinesterase inhibitors. Relationships between molecular constitution, pKa' values, and partition coefficients

Krapcho, J.; Turk, C.F., 1966:
Substituted 2,3-dihydro-1,5-benzothiazepin-4(5H)-one and related compounds. II. A new class of antidepressants

Bavin, P.M., 1966:
Substituted 2-(5-nitro-2-furyl)benzimidazoles

Gershon, H.; Rodin, R., 1965:
Substituted 2-aminothiosulfuric acids derived from alpha-amino acids

Magnien, E.; Testa, F.; Shapiro, S.L., 1966:
Substituted 2-phenoxypropionic and -butyric acids and derivatives

Chaturvedi, A.K.; Chaudhari, A.; Parmar, S.S., 1972:
Substituted 3,4,5-trimethoxybenzamides: correlation between inhibition of pyruvic acid oxidation and anticonvulsant activity

Tilford, C.H.; MacKenzie, R.D.; Blohm, T.R.; Grisar, J.M., 1973:
Substituted 3,4-pentadienyldiamines as inhibitors of platelet aggregation

Haller, R.; Unholzer, H., 1971:
Substituted 3,7-diaza-bicyclo-(3,3,1)-nonane-9-ols

Varma, R.S.; Nobles, W.L., 1972:
Substituted 3-aminomethylbenzoxazoline-2-thiones as potential antibacterial agents

Malesani, G.; Chiarelotto, G.; Ferlin, M.G.; Galiano, F.; Marin, V.; Romano, M., 1981:
Substituted 4,7-dihydroxyindoles and related quinonoid derivatives as potential antimicrobial agents

Silverman, R.B.; Levy, M.A., 1981:
Substituted 4-aminobutanoic acids. Substrates for gamma-aminobutyric acid alpha-ketoglutaric acid aminotransferase

Trepanier, D.L.; Krieger, P.E.; Eble, J.N., 1965:
Substituted 5,6-dihydro-2-(2-, 3-, and 4-pyridyl)-4H-1,3,4-oxadiazines

Plattner, J.J.; Fung, A.K.; Parks, J.A.; Pariza, R.J.; Crowley, S.R.; Pernet, A.G.; Bunnell, P.R.; Dodge, P.W., 1984:
Substituted 5,6-dihydrofuro[3,2-f]-1,2-benzisoxazole-6-carboxylic acids: high-ceiling diuretics with uricosuric activity

Temple, D.L.; Yevich, J.P.; Catt, J.D.; Owens, D.; Hanning, C.; Covington, R.R.; Seidehamel, R.J.; Dungan, K.W., 1980:
Substituted 6,7-dihydroimidazo[1,2-a]purin-9(4H)-ones

Lee, C.M., 1968:
Substituted 7,8,9,10-tetrahydro-6H-cyclohepta[b]quinolines

Brueggemeier, R.W.; Snider, C.E.; Counsell, R.E., 1982:
Substituted C19 steroid analogs as inhibitors of aromatase

Berner, N.H.; Varma, R.S.; Boykin, D.W., 1970:
Substituted N-phenylanthranilic acid hydrazides as potential antimalarial and antimirobial agents

Colautti, A.; Maurich, V., 1973 :
Substituted S-triazines and amidinoureas with potential pharmacological activity

Boltze, K.H.; Dell, H.D., 1967:
Substituted amino alcohols from Grignard-conversion of aminomethylated 3,3,5-trimethyl-cyclehexanone and 3,3,5-trimethylcylohexylmethylketone and theri pharmacologic effect. 1. Methylsubstituted cyclohexane-derivatives

Linari, G.; Spanò, R., 1973:
Substituted anilides of 1-(p-chlorobenzoyl)-5-methoxy-2-methyl-indole-3-acetic acid

Spano, R.; Linari, G.; Marri, R., 1972:
Substituted anilides of 3-monoethyl ester of 4-hydroxyisophthalic acid

Billman, J.H.; Tonnis, J.A., 1971:
Substituted aralkyl aldehydes: preparation and antitumor evaluation

Davis, J.R.; Jadhav, A.L.; Fareed, J., 1974:
Substituted azopurines. 1. Synthesis of 8,8'-dioxo-6,6'-azopurine

Roll, W.D., 1970:
Substituted benzamides with potential CNS-depressant and hypotensive activity

Roll, W.D., 1970:
Substituted benzamides. Analogs of beta-hydroxyethylcyclohexylamine with CNS depressant and hypotensive activity

Sewing, K.F., 1983:
Substituted benzimidazole, inhibiting substance of K+/H+ ATPase of parietal cells--a new principle in the treatment of peptic ulcer

Fellenius, E.; Berglindh, T.; Sachs, G.; Olbe, L.; Elander, B.; Sjöstrand, S.E.; Wallmark, B., 1981:
Substituted benzimidazoles inhibit gastric acid secretion by blocking (H+ + K+)ATPase

Fimmel, C.J.; Blum, A.L., 1984:
Substituted benzimidazoles--a new dimension in ulcer therapy?

Misra, R.S.; Barthwal, J.P.; Parmar, S.S.; Brumleve, S.J., 1974:
Substituted benzoxazole-benzthiazole-2-thiones: interrelationship between anticonvulsant activity and inhibition of nicotinamide adenine dinucleotide-dependent oxidations and monoamine oxidase

Hoppe, J.; Jastorff, B.; Panitz, N.; Rieke, E.; Wagner, K.G., 1974:
Substituted cAMPs: conformation and interaction with specific enzymes

Parmar, S.S.; Dwivedi, C.; Ali, B., 1972:
Substituted carbamides: interrelationship between anticonvulsant activity and inhibition of nicotinamide adenine dinucleotide-dependent pyruvic acid oxidation

Kastl, L.; de Ropp, R.S.; Furst, A., 1969:
Substituted catechols as convulsant and relaxant agents

Lettieri, G.; Brancaccio, G.; Larizza, A.; Viterbo, R., 1970:
Substituted chroman-6-ylureas and thioureas

Bariana, D.S., 1969:
Substituted chromones as coronary vasodilators

Canceill, J.; Jacques, J.; Bouton, M.M.; Fortin, M.; Tournemine, C., 1983:
Substituted derivatives of A-nor-5 alpha-androstane and A-nor-5 alpha-estrane--structure and affinity for hormonal receptors

Caughey, W.S.; Alben, J.O.; Fujimoto, W.Y.; York, J.L., 1966:
Substituted deuteroporphyrins. I. Reactions at the periphery of the porphyrin ring

Cohen, I.A.; Caughey, W.S., 1968 :
Substituted deuteroporphyrins. IV. On the kinetics and mechanism of reactions of iron(II) porphyrins with oxygen

McLees, B.D.; Caughey, W.S., 1968:
Substituted deuteroporphyrins. V. Structures, stabilities, and properties of nickel(II) complexes with axial ligands

Sadasivan, N.; Eberspaecher, H.I.; Fuchsman, W.H.; Caughey, W.S., 1969:
Substituted deuteroporphyrins. VI. Ligand-exchange and dimerization reactions of deuterohemins

Hanson, R.W.; Law, H.D., 1965:
Substituted diphenylmethyl protecting groups in peptide synthesis

Kumar, P.; Agarwal, J.C.; Nath, C.; Bhargava, K.P.; Shanker, K., 1981:
Substituted dopamine quinazolones as potent antiparkinsonian agents

Barry, B.W.; Wilson, R., 1974:
Substituted ethoxy groups in anionic surfactants; effect on cmc, area per molecule and micellar counterion binding

DiNello, R.K.; Dolphin, D.H., 1981:
Substituted hemins as probes for structure-function relationships in horseradish peroxidase

Falch, E.; Weis, J.; Natvig, T., 1968:
Substituted heteroaromatic anthranilic acids with antiinflammatory activity

Spencer, L.A.; Doerge, R.F., 1972:
Substituted hippuramides as CNS depressants

Giner-Sorolla, A.; Burchenal, J.H., 1971:
Substituted hydroxylaminopurines and related derivatives. Synthesis and screening tests

Barros Costa, D.L.; Chantegrel, J.; Alves de Lima, M.C.; Cavalcanti Albuquerque, J.M.; Correa Lima, R.M.; Galdino, S.L.; Pitta, I.R.; Luu-Duc, C., 1995:
Substituted imidazolidinediones and thiazolidinediones: synthesis, structure and cytotoxic activity

Agarwal, V.K.; Gupta, T.K.; Parmar, S.S., 1972:
Substituted indolebenzylhydrazines as anticonvulsants

Stroh, H.H.; Beitz, H., 1966:
Substituted indolyl-(2)-acetic acid esters and their reactions

Chang, Y.; Morell, D.B.; Nichol, A.W.; Clezy, P.S., 1970:
Substituted iron-chlorins and their complexes with globin. Spectral comparisons with myeloperoxidase

Gutheil, T.G.; Appelbaum, P.S., 1980:
Substituted judgement and the physician's ethical dilemma: with special reference to the problem of the psychiatric patient

Gutheil, T.G.; Appelbaum, P.S., 1983:
Substituted judgment: best interests in disguise

Smith, D.G.; Nunn, S., 1995:
Substituted judgment: in search of a foolproof method; a response to Baergen

LaBrecque, G.C.; Fye, R.L.; DeMilo, A.B.; Bprkovec, A.B., 1968:
Substituted melamines as chemosterilants of house flies

Carlsson, A.; Lindqvist, M.; Wysokowski, J.; Corrodi, H.; Junggren, U., 1970:
Substituted metatyramines as brain monoamine depletors

Walker, J.; Daisley, R.W.; Beckett, A.H., 1970:
Substituted oxindoles. 3. Synthesis and pharmacology of some substituted oxindoles

Pagani, F.; Romussi, G., 1972:
Substituted p-hydroxycinnamic acid derivatives. IV. Secondary and tertiary ferulic acid amides

Yurchenco, J.A.; Hopper, M.W.; Vince, T.D.; Warren, G.H., 1972:
Substituted penicillin amides. Duration of antibacterial activity (depot effect) in experimental infections in mice

Cama, L.D.; Leanza, W.J.; Beattie, T.R.; Christensen, B.G., 1972:
Substituted penicillin and cephalosporin derivatives. I. Stereospecific introduction of the C-6(7) methoxy group

Duhault, J.; Beregi, L.; Roman, F., 1980:
Substituted phenethylamines and anorexia

Gurney, B.F., 1972:
Substituted phenols. 1. Hydroxy phenols, guaiacol, eugenol

Gurney, B.F., 1972:
Substituted phenols. 3. Chlorphenols, hexachlorophene

Gurney, B.F., 1972:
Substituted phenols. II. Cresols, cresylacetate, formo-cresol

Piesche, L.; Hilse, H.; Oehlke, J.; Schrötter, E.; Oehme, P., 1983:
Substituted picolinic acids as DBH inhibitors. Inhibition of dopamine beta-hydroxylase and antihypertensive action

Parmar, S.S.; Chaturvedi, A.K.; Chaudhary, A.; Brumleve, S.J., 1974:
Substituted piperazinoquinazolones: relationship between selective inhibition of nicotinamide adenine dinucleotide-dependent oxidations and anticonvulsant activity

Gauri, K.K., 1973:
Substituted pyrimidines as inhibitors of yeast alcoholdehydrogenase (ADH-H)

Parmar, S.S.; Arora, R.C., 1970:
Substituted quinazolonephenoxyethylhydrazines as monoamine oxidase inhibitors

Mehrotra, S.; Barthwal, J.P.; Gupta, T.K.; Bhargava, K.P., 1982:
Substituted quinolines as monoamine oxidase inhibitors and analgesics

Heller, M.; Lenhard, R.H.; Bernstein, S., 1967:
Substituted ring AB aromatic steroids

Langer, S.Z.; Raisman, R.; Tahraoui, L.; Scatton, B.; Niddam, R.; Lee, C.R.; Claustre, Y., 1984:
Substituted tetrahydro-beta-carbolines are possible candidates as endogenous ligand of the [3H]imipramine recognition site

Monkovic, I.; Perron, Y.G.; Martel, R.; Simpson, W.J., 1973:
Substituted tetrahydrofurfurylamines as potential antidepressants

Kandeel, E.M.; Martin, A.R., 1973:
Substituted tetralines. 5. Analgesic properties of some diastereoisomeric N,N-dimethyl-4-phenyl-1,2,3,4-tetrahydro-2-naphthylamines

Kandeel, E.M.; Anderson, L.J.; Block, J.H.; White, A.I.; Martin, A.R., 1972:
Substituted tetralins IV: synthesis and stereochemistry of 4,4-disubstituted 1,2,3,4-tetrahydro-2-naphthoic acids

Pai, V.S.; Parulkar, A.P.; Martin, A.R.; White, A.I., 1971:
Substituted tetralins. 3. Synthesis and analgesic activities of some substituted 2-methyl- and 2-benzyl-4,4-dimethyl-2-aminotetralins

Martin, A.R.; Parulkar, A.P.; Gusseck, D.J.; Anderson, L.J.; Grunewald, G.L.; White, A.I., 1969:
Substituted tetralins. I. Synthesis and analgesic activities of some 2-aminotetralins

Green, D.E.; Martin, A.R.; Hite, A.I., 1970:
Substituted tetralins. II. Preparation of 2-amino-4-carbamyl-6-methoxy-4-methyltetralin

Parmar, S.S.; Dwivedi, C.; Chaudhari, A.; Gupta, T.K., 1972:
Substituted thiazolidones and their selective inhibition of nicotinamide-adenine dimucleotide dependent oxidations

Dwivedi, C.; Gupta, T.K.; Parmar, S.S., 1972:
Substituted thiazolidones as anticonvulsants

Islip, P.J.; Closier, M.D.; Johnson, M.R.; Neville, M.C., 1972:
Substituted thiazolylureas

Pande, K.; Tandon, P.; Bhalla, T.N.; Tangri, K.K.; Parmar, S.S.; Barthwal, J.P., 1984:
Substituted triazoles as anti-inflammatory agents

Gehrke, A.; Drake, J., 1967:
Substitutes for failing kidneys

Astaf'ev, V.A., 1973:
Substitutes for ginseng

Legrain, M.; Rottembourg, J., 1981:
Substitutes for renal function. Technical trends and logistics of treatment

Reach, G.; Poussier, P.; Assan, R., 1981:
Substitutes for the endocrine pancreas

Anonymous, 1967:
Substitutes for the mitral valve

Thomasson, J., 1984:
Substitutes should get permanent employment

Stubley, S., 1983:
Substitutes--the ethics of promotion

Wharton, R.P.; Brown, E.L.; Ptashne, M., 1984:
Substituting an alpha-helix switches the sequence-specific DNA interactions of a repressor

Anonymous, 1966:
Substituting as a district nurse

Puscariu, V.; Schileru, G.; Maior, E., 1967:
Substituting colosigmoid bladder and subtotal colocystoplastics with mucoclasia of remaining trigonum in the treatment of urinary bladder cancer

Robinson, J.D., 1981:
Substituting manganese for magnesium alters certain reaction properties of the (Na+ + K+)-ATPase

El-Defrawi, M.H.; Greenhill, L.L., 1984:
Substituting stimulants in treating behavior disorders

Salisbury, J.A.; Cobo, L.M.; Brown, J.L., 1981:
Substituting the alcohol swab for the alcohol lamp

Trivedi, V.M., 1984:
Substitution among nurses: its impact on charge nurses' perceptions of quality of care

Mühle, H.; Orosz, E.; Tamm, C., 1966:
Substitution and elimination reactions in aluminum oxide: 1-alpha- and 1-beta-benzoyloxy-delta-2-cholestene and 3-beta-chlor-delta-1-cholestene

Greene, V.L., 1983:
Substitution between formally and informally provided care for the impaired elderly in the community

Bouvenot, G., 1994:
Substitution criteria

Felstein, I., 1968:
Substitution diseases and social demeanour

Fenner, H., 1970:
Substitution effects in phenothiazine radicals. 1. Method for high solvent EPR spectroscopy of phenothiazine radicals

Fenner, H., 1971:
Substitution effects in phenothiazine radicals. 3. Cation radicals from phenothiazine derivatives with electron donor substituents

Fenner, H., 1971:
Substitution effects in phenothiazine radicals. II. Radical cations from phenothiazine derivatives with electron accepting substituents

Heidenreich, O.; Fülgraff, G.; Kullig, U., 1972:
Substitution experiments with various potassium salts in potassium deficient rats

Dunovský, J., 1970:
Substitution family care in artificial conditions, basic problems and forms

Mion, C.; Issautier, R., 1970:
Substitution hemodialysis at home. 1 year of experience in Languedoc-Roussillon

Winstead, M.B.; Scholer, F.R.; Wildrick, K.H., 1966:
Substitution in the hydantoin ring. 3. Bicyclo(3.3.0)octane derivatives

Shaffer, J.W.; Steinberg, E.; Krimsley, V.; Winstead, W.B., 1968:
Substitution in the hydantoin ring. VII. N-3-Propionic acid and its ethyl ester and N-3-(2-cyanoethyl) derivatives

Utermann, G.; Menzel, H.J.; Adler, G.; Dieker, P.; Weber, W., 1980:
Substitution in vitro of lecithin-cholesterol acyltransferase. Analysis of changes in plasma lipoproteins

Herskowitz, I.; Signer, E.R., 1974:
Substitution mutation in bacteriophage lambda with new specificity for late gene expression

Schultz, O.E.; Schultze Mosgaue, H.H., 1965:
Substitution of 1,8-dihydroxyanthron-9 in the meso-(10)-position. XI. On laxatives

Schultz, O.E.; Schultze Mosgau, H.H., 1965:
Substitution of 1,8-dihydroxyanthrone in the meso-(10)-position. X. On laxatives

Medzon, E.L.; Gedies, A., 1971:
Substitution of 4-(2-hydroxyethyl)-1-piperazineethane sulfonic acid (HEPES) for bicarbonate in protein-free animal cell culture medium: application to vaccinia virus quantitation and fluorogenic acetylesterase assay in living LM cells

Chen, I.S.; Temin, H.M., 1982:
Substitution of 5' helper virus sequences into non-rel portion of reticuloendotheliosis virus strain T suppresses transformation of chicken spleen cells

Reiner, R.; Zeller, P., 1968:
Substitution of 6-aminopenicillanic acid at the 6 carbon atom

Wilson, P.D.; Natarajan, S., 1983:
Substitution of Maloprim for dapsone

Takahashi, H.; Murata, M.; Moriki, T.; Anbo, H.; Furukawa, T.; Nikkuni, K.; Shibata, A.; Handa, M.; Kawai, Y.; Watanabe, K., 1995:
Substitution of Val for Met at residue 239 of platelet glycoprotein Ib alpha in Japanese patients with platelet-type von Willebrand disease

Renner, A., 1982:
Substitution of a finger joint by endoprosthesis

Boelkins, R.N., 1973:
Substitution of a mesiodens for a lost tooth

Schowing, J.; Robadey, M., 1971:
Substitution of a quail (Coturnix coturnix japonica) embryonic brain for a chicken (Gallus gallus) embryonic brain of the same stage

Strnad, J., 1981:
Substitution of a tracheal segment with a prosthesis in an experiment

de Vecchio, G.M.; Pretti, E., 1972:
Substitution of acrylic resins by composite resins in mixed metalic full crowns

Moriniere, P.; Roussel, A.; Tahiri, Y.; de Fremont, J.F.; Maurel, G.; Jaudon, M.C.; Gueris, J.; Fournier, A., 1983:
Substitution of aluminium hydroxide by high doses of calcium carbonate in patients on chronic haemodialysis: disappearance of hyperaluminaemia and equal control of hyperparathyroidism

Daskalakes, D., 1974:
Substitution of amalgam by composite material

Ansorg, R.A.; Heine, S.; Kraus, C.J., 1984:
Substitution of anti-human globulin by protein A-bearing staphylococci in the detection of Brucella antibodies

Matthes, M.; Engbring, H.; Winckelmann, G., 1971:
Substitution of antihemophilic globulin (factor VIII) with special reference to Pool's cold fractionation

Blauhut, B.; Bergmann, H.; Vinazzer, H., 1984:
Substitution of antithrombin III in shock and consumption coagulopathy

Blauhut, B.; Necek, S.; Vinazzer, H.; Bergmann, H., 1982:
Substitution of antithrombin III in shock patients

McNeil, G.N.; Shaw, P.K.; Dock, D.S., 1982:
Substitution of atenolol for propranolol in a case of propranolol-related depression

Cameron, S.J.; Cooper, E.J.; Crompton, G.K.; Hoare, M.V.; Grant, I.W., 1973:
Substitution of beclomethasone aerosol for oral prednisolone in the treatment of chronic asthma

Schaefer, U.W., 1984:
Substitution of blood components

Hartel, W., 1971:
Substitution of blood volume. Possibilities and indications

Brzek, V.; Jurin, I., 1973:
Substitution of cardiac valves

Bube, F.W., 1974:
Substitution of cellular blood elements