(1) Myocardial changes in the patients with advanced CAL were relatively mild, and low EF and abnormal regional wall motion were not always related to severity of CAL.
(2) Two methods of data entry for computer-assisted learning (CAL) programs were assessed and the acceptability of two forms of CAL to 100 medical students determined.
(3) Cal Zastrow, also with the group, said that, although he has stood by Davis throughout the ordeal, he wouldn’t support the clerk’s policy to allow deputies to issue licenses without her authorization.
(4) van't Hoff plots of the thermal denaturation data gave enthalpies for the helix-coil transition of 21,600 cal (ca.
(5) Precursor Cal and lipid-modified precursor Cal were found in the inner membrane at early times of chase, and gave rise to mature Cal which accumulated in both the inner and outer membrane after further chase.
(6) A 400-cal (60% carbohydrate, 20% protein, 20% fat) homogenized meal labeled with 111In-DTPA was then infused into the stomach over 10 min.
(7) There was no immunological cross-reactivity between Cal-BP and rat or chicken sera, indicating that the Cal-BP in these three sera are immunologically completely distinct.
(8) CAL is seen as a means of empowering the patient, rather than the nurse to take control, and this is viewed as a positive move in the direction of self-care.
(9) From these data, the net expected savings to Medi-Cal were calculated.
(10) GHRH-(1-44) (50 micrograms, iv) was administered at 0900 h after an overnight fast or at 1300 h after a normal meal at 0800 h, and at the same times 45 min after a 800-Cal meal on different days.
(11) (4) Some data in the literature suggest that some subsets of patients with CAL may benefit from chronic intermittent NPV therapy.
(12) During the control (C) and refeeding (R) periods, all subjects received a 1500-cal diet.
(13) In leg skeletal muscle, CAL protein and mRNA increase approximately 10-fold from E-8 to E-18 with a time course that just precedes myoblast fusion.
(14) In contrast, Cal-IR was found mainly in nonpyramidal cells in two bands corresponding to layers 2-3 and 5-6.
(15) To examine the specificity of the antibody titration, IgG in sera prepared against C. pneumoniae TW-183, C. psittaci Cal 10 and C. trachomatis L2 strains were assayed by MFA using in situ inclusions of each strain and compared.
(16) The entropy of activation of kcat for the human enzyme was further decomposed into partially compensating electrostatic(es) (delta S*es = +15.1 cal mol-1 K-1) and nonelectrostatic(nes) (delta S*nes = -19.1 cal mol-1 K-1) terms.
(17) Similarly, Na-glucose cotransport was absent in [CAL+DCT] cells but present in Tamm-Horsfall negative renal cortical cells.
(18) Levels varied significantly among tissues [P less than 0.001, combined stages and sexes; MBH (0.80)-AMG (0.76) greater than CAL (0.4)-CNG-CB-CTX-LNG-HRT-MUS (0.07)].
(19) In 14 patients aged 15 to 35 yr of age with advanced CF, the effects of chronic airflow limitation (CAL), increased physiologic dead space (VD), and the timing components of ventilation (VE) on gas exchange during maximal exercise were assessed.
(20) Our results demonstrate that some patients with severe OSA and severe CAL can maintain normal awake arterial CO2 levels.
(n.) The young of the cow, or of the Bovine family of quadrupeds. Also, the young of some other mammals, as of the elephant, rhinoceros, hippopotamus, and whale.
(n.) Leather made of the skin of the calf; especially, a fine, light-colored leather used in bookbinding; as, to bind books in calf.
(n.) An awkward or silly boy or young man; any silly person; a dolt.
(n.) A small island near a larger; as, the Calf of Man.
(n.) A small mass of ice set free from the submerged part of a glacier or berg, and rising to the surface.
(n.) The fleshy hinder part of the leg below the knee.
(1) Angus (A), Charolais (C), Hereford (H), Limousin (L), and Simmental (S) breeds were included in deterministic computer models simulating integrated cow-calf-feedlot production systems.
(2) Cultures could not be established on microcarriers in the presence of Ultroser G. However, microcarrier cultures started in the presence of 10% foetal calf serum, and transferred to 2% Ultroser G after 7 days resulted in high cell densities.
(3) Higuaín was not fully fit which, with Rodrigo Palacio out with a calf injury, perhaps in part explained why Alejandro Sabella had made the change.
(4) This suppressive activity is obtained in medium containing 10% heat-inactivated fetal calf serum (FCS) or similar amounts of heat-inactivated bovine serum, syngeneic, or allogeneic murine sera but not by unheated FCS.
(5) The possibility that mammalian DNA topoisomerase II is an intracellular target which mediates drug-induced DNA breaks is supported by the following studies using 4'-(9-acridinylamino)methane-sulfon-m-anisidide (m-AMSA): (a) a single m-AMSA-dependent DNA cleavage activity copurified with calf thymus DNA topoisomerase II activity at all chromatographic steps of the enzyme purification; (b) m-AMSA-induced DNA cleavage by this purified activity resulted in the covalent attachment of protein to the 5'-ends of the DNA via a tyrosyl phosphate bond.
(6) The calf pain prodrome of "tennis leg" requires rest and then a stretching program.
(7) A radioactive, photoactive Vinca alkaloid, N-(p-azido-[3,5-3H]-benzoyl)-N'-beta-aminoethylvindesine [( 3H]NABV) with pharmacological and biological activities similar to vinblastine was synthesized and used to identify specific Vinca alkaloid macromolecular interactions in calf brain homogenate by photoaffinity labeling.
(8) All four requirements were experimentally verified in calf trachea.
(9) A systematic structural comparison of several carp gamma-crystallins with high methionine contents was made by the secondary-structure prediction together with computer model-building based on the established X-ray structure of calf gamma-II crystallin.
(10) Native calf and rabbit erythrocytes bound the lectin, but human and rat erythrocytes required neuraminidase and trypsin treatment, respectively, for lectin binding to occur.
(11) It is concluded that BEC is the major infectious cause of neonatal calf diarrhoea in the Ethiopian dairy herds studied with RV and K99 ETEC also contributing to morbidity, either alone or as mixed infections.
(12) Each calf was given a score based on macroscopic and microscopic lesions.
(13) Calf birth weight and gestational length decreased (P less than .01) as the number of calves born increased from one to two to three.
(14) Variability of basal blood flow in terms of standard deviations and in terms of coefficients of variation computed from duplicate determinations were significantly higher than for the other parameters and significantly more elevated in the forearm than in the calf.
(15) Each group of cattle consisted of six permanent members, two members fistulated at the oesophagus and one worm-free tracer calf.
(16) 2, and the calf serum were 34 and 73, and 480 mug per mouse respectively.
(17) Bovine lens calf gamma-II crystallin contains five histidine residues at sequence positions 14, 53, 84, 117, and 122.
(18) Human liver slices were exposed to increasing concentrations of 1,2-propanediol up to a final concentration of 4.76 M in fetal calf serum.
(19) Pure cultures of oligodendrocytes or type 2-astrocytes can be generated in substantial amounts from CG-4 cells and maintained for several weeks in medium containing 5% fetal calf serum.
(20) Recent STM studies of calf thymus DNA and poly(rA).poly(rU) have shown that the helical pitch and periodic alternation of major and minor grooves can be visualized and reliably measured.