(1) The polysaccharide accumulation in these horses may represent a hereto yet undefined metabolic disorder of skeletal muscle.
(2) The homogeneous cell population and consistency of response make them ideal for biochemical and immunological studies hereto impractical with primary human endothelial cells.
(3) It is recommended to perform a training referring hereto for obstetricians, pediatrists, neonatologists, pathologists and specialists in forensic medicine on the one hand and to combine the various rules printed in the pocket- and handbook of ICD and in the interpretations of LEOPOLD and HUNGER on the other.
(4) Substance P was increased after haloperidol in the hypophysis, a finding hereto not described.
(5) Hereto, ultracryosections of M. leprae, M. tuberculosis and M. nonchromogenicum suspended in gelatin were employed.
(6) Thus, we conclude that actin is present in Tetrahymena, but it is one of the most unique actins among the actins known hereto.
(7) The hereto hardly know changes of intraaticular pressure cause a strong synoviamovement and serve the provisioning of the joint-cartilage with the help of the changing, pressure pump-system.
(8) In contrast hereto, the degradation product 4-hydroxynonenal was found in 50% of CF samples, while it was absent in all 43 control samples.
(9) Vasomotion, hereto only discovered with a microscopic technique, was recorded and evaluated for the first time.
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