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The Taming of the Shrew
(University of Manchester Press, 1989)
The role of rain in dispersal of pathogen inoculum
The importance of rain in the dispersal of micro-organisms was first demon strated in the 1880s, in the classic studies of Pierre Miquel (Figure 1) on the microflora of the Pare Montsouris in Paris. Collected rainwater ...
Shakespeare's "King Richard II"
(Penguin Books Ltd, 1989)
This study explores the theme behind "Richard II" - the power struggle between monarchy and feudal nobility. The language and characters are thoroughly analyzed and lucidity explained to persuade the reader that many ...
Identification of an inhibitor of transcription in extracts prepared from wheat shoot nuclei
The analysis of run-off transcripts initiated in vitro from the CaMV 35S promoter in a HeLa whole-cell extract was used to assay plant nuclei extracts for the presence of an inhibitor of transcription. Extracts of isolated ...
Relay bioavailability and toxicity of isometamidium residues : a model for human risk assessment
The bioavailability and potential toxicity of the residues of the antitrypanosomal drug isometamidium (ISMM) in bovine tissues were investigated in male Sprague-Dawley rats. They were allowed to feed for 7 and 21 days on ...
Ig isotype switching in B lymphocytes : A method for estimating isotype switch frequency in cloned B cell lymphomas
We have developed a method for enumerating the frequency of Ig isotype switching in clones of B cells. The method adapts Poisson statistics to analyze the distribution of amounts of switched isotype produced by multiple ...
Current models in pharmacokinetics : applications in veterinary pharmacology
Major advances in developing models for pharmacokinetic studies have been made in recent years, and different approaches can now be employed. These include the use of (1) compartmental models, (2) non-compartmental models, ...
Flunixin pharmacokinetics and serum thromboxane inhibition in the dog
Flunixin meglumine administered orally to beagle dogs at doses of 0.55, 1.10 or 1.65 mg/kg bodyweight was rapidly absorbed to produce maximum mean plasma concentrations of 2.40 +/- 0.70, 4.57 +/- 1.12 and 7.42 +/- 2.07 ...
The positive fixed points of Banach lattices
Let Z be a Banach lattice endowed with positive cone C and an order-continuous norm j.j . Let G be a left-amenable semigroup of positive linear endomorphisms of Z . Then the positive fixed points Co of Z under G form a ...