|Its homeostasis is tightly linked to oxidative stress, bacterial infections and systemic inflammation||Ulrike Schumacher Scientific and Technical Head of Department: Dr|
|After return of normal respiration, cyanosis persisted||One of the aims of this work was to evaluate the performance of applied analytical techniques|
|Sensitivity and specificity were 94||The latest Health Report of the World Health Organization predicts a significant increase in the age of human populations over the next two decades|
|Personal data and swabs of the nares were collected from participants||Background: Chronic hepatitis C is a major cause of liver-associated mortality caused by decompensated cirrhosis and hepatocellular carcinoma|
|As cervical dysplasia may regress to normal cytology or progress to cervical carcinoma, it would be valuable to have a diagnostic tool to help decide whether therapeutic conization should be performed||As a requirement for the resistance testing the microbes are cultivated and isolated in pure culture in order to provide indications of the efficacy of anti-infectives and thus be able to give therapy recommendations|
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Early changes in non-invasive biomarkers of liver fibrosis under effective antiviral therapy are widely unknown.
In the fields of hygiene and microbiology, these regulations are usually not standardised.
Es resultiert eine pH-Wert abhangige Erniedrigung der Glukosekonzentration in den ersten 4h nach Blutentnahme.
A total of 469 bacterial isolates of the genera Staphyloc.
Nonradioactive sequencing protocols are of particular use.
In this regard, there was no significant difference between the cases infected with E.
Here we report on five new cases with typical clinical findings and normal neuroimaging.
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