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Analysis of vitamin B6 vitamers in plasma by cation-exchange high-performance liquid chromatography
The aims of the present study were to evaluate the cation-exchange HPLC assay published by Coburn and Mahuren using 4'-deoxypyridoxine 5'-phosphate as an internal standard, to compare the accuracy of this method of pyridoxal ...
Phyllode tumours of the breast. A review of 21 cases
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Usefulness of sperm penetration assay in fertility predictions
The competence of the sperm penetration assay (SPA) to predict male fertility, as determined by normal sperm morphology and the fertilizing potential, as shown by human in vitro fertilization (IVF), was investigated. A ...
Autosperm antibodies in treated, pregnant and non-pregnant immunologically infertile patients
Twenty two immunologically infertile couples (male partners had proven autosperm antibodies-positive mixed antiglobulin reaction test [MAR] and direct immunobead test [d-IBT]) were treated with washed spermatozoa used ...
A quick, reliable staining technique for human sperm morphology.
The evaluation of sperm morphology is still an important parameter in the diagnosis of the infertile male. Most techniques used for staining human sperm are very time-consuming. A routine stain used for determining ...
Analysis of vitamin B6 vitamers in human tissue by cation-exchange high-performance liquid chromatography
This publication reports the modification of existing methodology to analyse vitamin B6 vitamers in human erythrocytes, mononuclear cells (MNCs) and human liver biopsy tissue. It further reports for the first time a complete ...
Gas chromatography of amino acids in urine: Identification and removal of creatinine as the major interfering substance
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Yousseff's syndrome: A case report
Youssef's syndrome, or menouria following a vesicouterine fistula, has been reported rarely. This case differs from the previously reported cases in that the menouria was caused by a double vesicocervical fistula and that, ...
Conventional cerebrospinal fluid investigations in the diagnosis of meningitis
A 3-year prospective study is reported of the value of conventional cerebrospinal fluid (CSF) investigations in the diagnosis of meningitis. Of 739 cases of aseptic meningitis 74 (10 per cent) had a total CSF cell count ...
Ocular pneumoplethysmography as diagnostic aid in carotid stenosis
The ocular pneumoplethysmograph as developed by Gee was evaluated for its accuracy in demonstrating the presence of stenosis in the internal carotid artery. An initial study on 30 Chacma baboons showed that it was very ...