(1) A total of 28 cell lines were selected for Geneticin - resistance and inoculated into the footpads of syngeneic animals following co-transfection with pSV2neo and genomic DNA, or transfection with plasmid constructs containing neo and the activated Ha-ras oncogene.
(2) Four hundred mice were innouclated in the hind footpads with 10(8) organisms.
(3) The DTH responses were induced by subcutaneous injection of allogeneic epidermal cells (ECs) and were assayed by footpad swelling.
(4) The delayed footpad reaction to CRBC was significantly augmented by treatment with OK-432.
(5) In the second experiment, 2 antisera to mouse NGF were given daily into the footpad for 11 or 12 d; control animals were given normal goat serum.
(6) 1218) induced an increasing infection in the liver, spleen, and lungs of the THXB mice, and the infection eventually spread to the opposite footpad and to the tail skin.
(7) Cellularity and intensity of RNA synthesis in the popliteal lymph nodes of mice treated with different types of antigen injected subcutaneously into the hind footpads were followed.
(8) While the cytotoxicity suppressed in tumor-bearing rats was not restored by levamisole, delayed footpad reaction and antibody production were enhanced as compared with the normal reaction, or were restored to normal levels by levamisole, respectively.
(9) GO is immunogenic and stimulates the formation of large numbers of GOBC in the popliteal lymph nodes after injection with adjuvant into the footpads of mice, but 1-mg doses injected IV or IP are lethal because of its enzymatic activity, which causes hypoglycemia and methemoglobinemia.
(10) When immunized animals were footpad tested with MAN, highly significant delayed-type hypersensitivity (DH) responses were detected.
(11) The kinetics and compartmentalization of this anti-idiotypic responsiveness was studied by vaccinating rats in the hind footpads and monitoring the proliferative reactivity of the draining popliteal lymph node (PLN) and distal cervical lymph node (CLN) cells at various times.
(12) The plateau for growth in the footpads of intact mice occurred 4 months after inoculation, whereas in the thymectomized and thymetocomized plus antilymphocyte serum-treated groups the plateau occurred between months 11 and 12 after inoculation.
(13) Using 13762 carcinoma in F344 rats, and Walker carcinoma in Wistar rats, 20 X 10(6) tumor cells were injected into the footpad, and the ipsilateral popliteal lymph node examined by transmission electron microscopy.
(14) This knowledge was applied to the design of experiments using rats inoculated in the footpads with M. leprae.
(15) Cells from draining lymph nodes of mice sensitized with oxazolone 18 h previously were able to induce contact sensitivity to normal mice when administered in their footpads.
(16) An experimental model of inflammatory eye disease, experimental autoimmune uveitis (EAU), was established by injecting rats in the footpad with S-antigen in complete Freund's adjuvant.
(17) CRF, unlike SEA, SEA glycoproteins, or purified MEG, is incapable of eliciting delayed footpad swelling in egg-sensitized mice or of inducing granulomatous hypersensitivity, when given at amounts equivalent to or higher than MEG by protein or carbohydrate content.
(18) Although in vitro translation experiments with polyA+-RNA from adult tail and footpad epidermis consistently failed to reveal the 70-kDa protein among the translation products, we obtained evidence using a specific cDNA clone that, in vivo, the protein is encoded by a discrete mRNA.
(19) A cytotoxic response to murine cytomegalovirus (MCMV) was obtained by the culture of lymph node cells from mice inoculated with MCMV into both hind footpads 7 days previously.
(20) Compared with the conventional vaccine, this new vaccine caused less swelling in the mouse footpad test.
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(n.) An easy-paced horse; a padnag.
(n.) A robber that infests the road on foot; a highwayman; -- usually called a footpad.
(n.) The act of robbing on the highway.
(v. t.) To travel upon foot; to tread.
(v. i.) To travel heavily or slowly.
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(n.) A kind of cushion for writing upon, or for blotting; esp., one formed of many flat sheets of writing paper, or layers of blotting paper; a block of paper.
(n.) A cushion used as a saddle without a tree or frame.
(n.) A stuffed guard or protection; esp., one worn on the legs of horses to prevent bruising.
(n.) A cushionlike thickening of the skin one the under side of the toes of animals.
(n.) A floating leaf of a water lily or similar plant.
(n.) A soft bag or cushion to relieve pressure, support a part, etc.
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(1) We describe an enzymatic fluorometric method for determining glucose concentrations in blood samples by analysis on a semi-solid surface (silicone-rubber pads).
(2) Specific antisera prepared in rabbits or in foot-pad-inoculated chickens were adequate for culture typing.
(3) The remaining fat pad was used for calculations of cell numbers in the fat cell and connective tissue cell compartment.
(4) A peculiar emphasis is given to the microarchitecture and functional significance of longitudinal muscle columns as a prevalent structural component of branch pads.
(5) The superficial bacterial flora were sampled by velvet pad imprints, and the deep flora were determined from whole skin biopsies.
(6) Lymphocytes obtained from lymph nodes draining foot pads infected with R. conorii or R. akari demonstrated cross-reactivity similar to that found with immune spleen cells.
(7) It is suggested that this is due to the fact that the small animals have discrete, elevated volar pads.
(8) We present our results with 8 free transfers of the toe pulp and demonstrate the successful restoration of a well-padded and sensitive fingertip.
(9) Some foot-pad dermatitis was still observed in poults fed levels of methionine more than adequate to meet the requirements for optimum growth and feed efficiency.
(10) Minor amounts were deposited in liver, kidneys and epididymal fat pads.
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(12) Human chorionic somatomammotropin extracted and purified from placenta at term was proved to have a lipolytic action in the epididymal fat pad of rats.
(13) Many pharmacy departments in Michigan hospitals can substantially improve their adherence to ASHP and OSHA recommendations related to PADs.
(14) A foot-pad oedema model was used to investigate the presence of free radicals using a chemiluminescence method.
(15) Therefore, the plantar forces acting under the metatarsal heads of the 1st, 2nd and 5th rays and under the pads of the 1st and 2nd toes were measured during walking, so that with the aid of anthropometric information pertaining to the forefoot, reaction forces in the flexor tendons and in the joints could be estimated.
(16) Infections of mice with Mycobacterium leprae in one rear foot pad immunized them against a second infection in the other rear foot pad.
(17) Incorporation of glucose into fat pad glycogen and CO2 was decreased.
(18) In vitro attempts to demonstrate local activated macrophages in the foot pads of M. leprae infected mice failed, but, because of the technical problems encountered, do not preclude their presence.
(19) We performed comprehensive electrophysiologic studies and skeletal muscle histologic analysis in six patients with unilateral PAD and five control subjects matched for age and activity level.
(20) The fat pads were stimulated with continuous-pulse trains for 15 seconds via a hand-held bipolar electrode using constant current (10-15 mA), constant pulse width (0.02-0.05 msec), and at 6.6, 10, 20, 25, and 30 Hz.