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(1) The authors have presented in two previous articles the graphic solutions resembling Tscherning ellipses, for spherical as well as for aspherical ophthalmic lenses free of astigmatism or power error.
(2) As a group, the three mammalian proteins resemble bovine serum conglutinin and behave as lectins with rather broad sugar specificities directed at certain non-reducing terminal N-acetylglucosamine, mannose, glucose and fucose residues, but with subtle differences in fine specificities.
(3) The above results indicate that the psychopharmacological profile of SAM resembles that of antidepressants in only some tests.
(4) The blastocyst antiluteolytic protein therefore closely resembles the interferon-alpha family of antiviral proteins.
(5) The younger patients more often experienced an acute arthritis with sacroiliitis resembling a reactive disease.
(6) Because the mitogenic action of IL 2 resembles that of some growth factors, the possible role of phosphatidylinositol breakdown in the activation of T cells by IL 2 was examined.
(7) The absolute level of ventilatory capacity resembles that of Nepalese children and differs from that of some other groups.
(8) Initiation of the alternative pathway by the cryptococcal capsule is characterized by a lag in C3 accumulation and the appearance of a limited number of focal initiation sites which resemble those observed when the alternative pathway is activated by zymosan and nonencapsulated cryptococci.
(9) It was recently demonstrated that MRL-lpr lymphoid cells transferred into lethally irradiated MRL- +mice unexpectedly failed to induce the early onset of lupus syndrome and massive lymphadenopathy of the donor, instead they caused a severe wasting syndrome resembling graft-vs-host (GvH) disease.
(10) The new trabecular bone closely resembled that typically seen at electrically active implants.
(11) A nonspecific reaction of the marrow against extramedullary lymphogranulomatosis closely resembling to the so-called tumor myeopathy has to be distinguished from the localized marrow changes due to the tumor itself.
(12) The effect upon ethanol responding was found not to resemble a pattern of extinction, but rather was best described as a general overall reduction in responding.
(13) The clinical and roentgenographic features of xanthogranulomatosis bear a close resemblance to those seen in two fibrosclerosing syndromes: sinus histiocytosis with massive lymphadenopathy and retroperitoneal fibrosis.
(14) Based on similarities in elution time, the metabolites of [35S]PTU in urine closely resembled those in bile of rats.
(15) The observed staining indicated that the epithelium of the external auditory meatus has a pattern of keratin expression typical of epidermis in general and the epithelium of the middle ear resembles simple columnar epithelia.
(16) The structure of L-carnitine resembles the chemical structure of other substances that have been described as being able to protect living cells against osmotic stress.
(17) The antimicrobial activity of mederrhodin A resembled that of medermycin.
(18) A temperature-sensitive mutant of Saccharomyces cerevisiae was identified which at the restrictive temperature of 37 degrees C is unable to secrete a number of cell wall-associated proteins and thus resembles previously reported sec mutants.
(19) The dose response initially resembled that described by Scholer (1959) in which one million spores killed the majority of mice.
(20) Electron microscopy revealed a well-developed rough endoplasmic reticulum, an enlarged Golgi apparatus and many highly electron-dense secretory granules resembling those of Clara cells.