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CONTENTS 

PREFACE V 

SUBJECT HEADING CHANGES VII 

CITATION FORMAT VII 

INTRODUCTION VIII 

ACCESS TO ARTICLES CITED XI 

REGIONAL MEDICAL LIBRARIES XI.V 

FOREIGN MEDLARS/MEDLINE CENTERS XV 

NLM LITERATURE SEARCHES XVI 

NLM TOOLS FOR THE INDEX MEDIC US USER XVII 

BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MEDICAL REVIEWS 1 

INDEX MEDICUS Subject Section 39 

Author Section 1095 

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PREFACE 



Reference works too often present an austere, depersonal- 
ized facade. Although one knows that they are man-made, one 
feels far removed from the people who labor behind the scenes 
to make them possible. The literature analysts and others who 
prepare the Index Medicus today are the intellectual descendants 
of a brilliant and imaginative individual who conceived of a 
comprehensive index when none existed, and of his successors 
who carried on the work in spite of frequent adversities. 

The first volume of Index Medicu\ was published in 1879, 
but the story leading up to that event began in 1865, when 
Dr. John Shaw Billings, a surgeon in the Civil War, was assigned 
to the office of the Surgeon General of the Army. Among 
other duties, he was given responsibility for the Surgeon 
General's small medical library. Perceiving that there were few 
if any libraries in the country holding a substantial proportion 
of the medical literature, Billings set about a program of ex- 
pansion. Within eight years, he had built a collection of 1,800 
volumes into one containing over 50,000 volumes and pam- 
phlets. Because there was then no comprehensive medical index, 
he proceeded with plans to publish a catalog of the library, and 
a periodical index to the current literature. 




John Shaw Billings, M.D. 

Undaunted when public funds were not authorized for the 
latter purpose, he found a publisher who would assume the 
entrepreneurial risk, some physicians to subsidize the project, 
and he contributed his own time, outside of duty hours, to the 
selection of the articles to be indexed. 



"Few words are required to demonstrate the utility of the 
projected serial," wrote the editors in their introduction to 
Volume 1. "The practitioner will find the titles of parallels for 
his anomalous cases . . . and the latest methods in therapeutics. 
The teacher will observe what is being written or taught by the 
masters of his art in all countries. The author will be enabled 
to add the latest views and cases to his forthcoming work, or to 
discover where he has been anticipated by other writers." 

An early crisis was announced at the end of Volume 6. 
"With this issue," reads the notice, "the Index Medicux will 
cease to be published." The publisher, Mr. Leypoldt. had died 
and the managers of his estate could not continue to support the 
losses that the publication of the Index had incurred from the 
start. "The time has come, therefore, when neither zealous 
friends nor generous publishers can be allowed to make further 
efforts or sacrifices, and the publication is discontinued. Whether 
it will, in some other shape, or under some other auspices, again 
appear, is for the future to decide." Happily another altruistic 
publisher was found promptly, and Index Mctlicits continued 
without missing a volume. 

Dr. Billings had founded well, and the lndt'\ Medicm 
always received his support even while his energies were other- 
wise directed. The range of his activities, both during his tenure 
as head of the Library and after his retirement from (he Army 
in 1895. was phenomenal. They encompassed not only the 





Fielding H. Garrison, M.D. 



Robert Fletcher, M.D. 



operation of the Library hut also aspects of the 10th Census 
(1880). assisting the organizers to staff the new Johns Hopkins 
Medical School and hospital and designing the hospital build- 
ings, the organization and direction of the New York Public 
Library, and chairmanship of the Board of Trustees of the 
Carnegie Institution. From the beginning, a large part of the 
responsibility and credit for implementing Dr. Billings' idea was 
shared by his colleague and successor. Dr. Robert Fletcher, who 
carried on the work, with a minor interruption, from 1879 until 
his retirement in 1912 at age 89. He in turn was succeeded by 
Dr. Fielding Garrison who had earned a medical degree after 
joining the library staff in 1891, and had become Associate 
Editor in 1903. Dr. Garrison remained editor until the merger 
of Index Mediciix with the Quarterly Cumulative Index in 1927. 
In addition to his editorial duties, he is renowned for his author- 
ship of many historical papers and for his classic "An Intro- 
ducton to the History of Medicine." 

Although the Index Medicus underwent changes in title and 
frequency of issue, its publication over the past century was 



sustained without interruption. The Library has always been 
involved in indexing the literature, even when the expenses of 
publishing have been borne by others. Among these were private 
companies (F. Leypoldt, 1879-1884, George S. Davis, 1885- 
1894, and Rockwell and Churchill, 1895-1899): the Institute of 
Bibliography in Paris (1900-1902); the Carnegie Institution 
(1903-1926); and the American Medical Association (1927- 
1959). 



In 1960, the National Library of Medicine (the direct 
organizational descendant of the Surgeon General's Library) 
resumed publishing Index Medicus monthly under its original 
title, and its printing and distribution have been handled by the 
U.S. Government Printing Office. Also since I960 there has 
been published an annual cumulation known as Cumulated 
Index Medicus. The first four annual volumes were published by 
the American Medical Association; since 1964 it has been pub- 
lished by the National Library of Medicine (NLM). 

In I960, the same year NLM resumed responsibility for 
publishing Index Medicus, the Library wrote specifications for 



a computerized system to aid in its preparation. Not only has 
the new system facilitated an improved and more timely Index 
Medicus, but it has made possible the publication of a wide 
variety of specialized bibliographies and has also permitted 
individual searches of the entire data base of Index Medicus 
references. 

Since 1970, searching of the NLM's computerized bibliographic 
data bases has been possible from remote locations. The number 
and size of these data bases have increased, as has the ease with 
which they may be searched. Over two thousand institutions now 
have access to these services. 

John Shaw Billings, seeking to improve medical communica- 
tion, relied on the printed word as the most available means toward 
that end. As Index Medicus begins its second century, NLM con- 
tinues to seek new ways to foster professional communication 
among those in the health community, but for the foreseeable future 
Index Medicus will play an essential role in that effort. 

Editor, Index Medicus 



VI 



SUBJECT HEADING CHANGES 



One of the great advantages that a printed bibliography has over a com- 
puterized citation retrieval system is the ease with which one can scan 
it. One may often find articles of interest and value in Index Medicus 
without any preliminary training or experience. 

However, if the subject of interest is not a common one, or if the user 
wishes to perform a really thorough search, he handicaps himself if he 
neglects to take the time to become acquainted with some of the tricks 
of Index Medicus use suggested in the introduction to this volume. Most 
important among these is the use of MeSH the medical subject heading 
thesaurus used in indexing. 

McSH is revised and updated each year. A copy is distributed with each 
January issue of Index Medicus, and is included in the first part of each 
Cumulated Index Medicus. It should be available to every Index Medicus 
user. 

A given volume of Index Medicus contains the subject heading for which 
there are appropriate citations in that volume and cross references to those 
subject headings. MeSH contains an alphabetic list of all allowable sub- 
ject headings and cross references, including those which may not be 
represented by citations in any given volume of Index Medicus. It also 
contains "trees." These are hierarchical arrays of subject headings 
classified by .subject. This facilitates finding subject headings that arc related 
conceptually even if they are not close alphabetically. 



In 1985 as in previous years, some new subject headings have been add- 
ed, and some old ones deleted. The additions serve to provide logical places 
to look for newly emerging concepts, or they provide more specificity 
in expanding subject fields. In some cases they may replace older, less 
currently acceptable terminology for established concepts. Subject headings 
are deleted if they are concerned with subjects that are so rarely written 
about that they no longer merit a separate heading, of if they have been 
replaced by more up-to-date headings. 

In the annual MeSH revisions an attempt is made to maintain a balance 
between fexibility and stability. Although it is our wish to have a dynamic 
thesaurus, responsive to current changes in terminology as reflected in 
the literature we index, we are acutely aware that changes create problems 
for those who follow a subject in Index Medicus from year to year, and 
for the many medical libraries that use MeSH subject headings in their 
card catalogs. We therefore hesitate to introduce headings that offer only 
slight improvement, or those that seem to represent what may be tran- 
sient interests. We also try lo avoid fine distinctions that may be understood 
by only a limited group of users within a given subject field. 

Our subject headings tend to follow the usage in the literature rather 
than to anticipate it. They generally do not reflect the hopes of limited 
groups that advocate usage that may or may not gain wide acceptance. 
Yet, when possible, we give preference to terminology that has the authori- 
ty of major professional organizations, with the realization that few such 
authorities enjoy universal acceptance. 



INDEX MEDICUS CITATION FORMAT 



In 1977, the American National Standards Institute (ANSI) accepted 
and published a standard for bibliographic references." 1 Before adoption, 
the standard had been approved by 55 institutions and organizations, in- 
cluding the American Chemical Society, the American Institute of Physics, 
the American Society for Information Science, BioScienccs Information 
Service (BIOSIS), the Council of Biology Editors, the Library of Con- 
gress, the National Academy of Sciences, and the National Library of 
Medicine. Although not an international standard, it incorporates many 
concepts used by various international organizations concerned with 
bibliographic forms. 

The formats that Index Medicus had been using for journal article 
references did not conform to any of the alternative forms prescribed in 
the new standard. In order to bring Index Medicus into conformity, revis- 
ed citation formats were adopted, beginning with the January 1980 issue. 

For journal article citations: 

Stein MK, Downing RW, Rickels K. Self-estimates in anxious and 
depressed outpatients treated with pharmacotherpy. Psychol Rep 
1978 Oct; 43 (2): 487-92 

Note that the date of publication, beginning with a four digit year, was 
moved from the end of the citation to a position immediately following 
the journal title abbreviation. 

It is anticipated that the general adoption of the ANSI standard by in- 
dexing and abstracting services, and by journal and book publishers, may 



reduce the inconveniences that result from the widely differing styles that 
have been prevalent. Efforts to encourage wide use of the standard forms 
by medical publications are well advanced. (! ' 7) For full details, one should 
consult Standard Z39.29-1977, the American National Standard for 
Bibliographic References, which may be purchased from the American 
National Standards Institute, Inc., 1430 Broadway, N.Y.C., N.Y. 10018. 



References 

'American National Standards Institute. American national standard for bibliographic 
references, Z39. 29-1977. New York: American National Standards Institute. 1977. 

'Huth EJ. Standard forms for references. Ann Intern Meil 1970 Jan; 72; 140-1. 

'International Steering Committee. Uniform requirements for manuscripts Mibmilted lo 
hiomcdical journals. AM Rev Kcspir Dix 1979 Jan; 1 19; 3-10. 

international Steering Committee. Uniform requirements for manuscripts submitted to 
biomedical journals. Br Med J 1979 Feb 24; a:532-5. 

'International Steering Committee, Uniform requirements for manuscripts submitted to 
biomedical journals. Lancet 1979 Feb 24; 1:428-31. 

"International Steering Committee, Uniform requirements for manuscripts submitted to 
biomedical journals. Ann Intern Med 1979 Jan; 90: 95-9. 

'Huth EJ. New forms for references. Br Merl J 1979 Jun 23; I: 1697-8. 



VII 



INTRODUCTION 



Index Medicus is the National Library of Medicine's monthly 
bibliography of the literature of biomedicine. The cumulated con- 
tents of the twelve monthly issues (January-December) comprise the 
annual Cumulated Index Medicus. 

MATERIALS INDEXED 

Index Medicus contains citations to the serial journal literature. 

In the selection of materials for indexing, the National Library of 
Medicine is advised by a group of distinguished physicians, medical 
editors, and medical librarians. The Library indexes the literature 
that has been judged most useful to Index Medicus users, but it is not 
possible to include every journal that might contain useful articles. 

An effort is made to maintain a reasonable balance of subject mat- 
ter. The inclusion of a journal should not be construed as indicating 
that it Is considered superior to one that is not indexed: the omission 
of a publication does not necessarily reflect on its quality. 

Original journal articles arc indexed, as well as those letters, 
editorials, biographies, and obituaries that have substantive con- 
tents. Abstracts of articles are never indexed. In certain journals 
which cover fields other than biomedicine, only those articles related 
to biomedicine are selected for inclusion in Index Medicus. 

Some journals that are published in a foreign language are also 
published in English translation, but Index Medicus cites only one 
source. This is almost invariably the original foreign language 
publication because it is available earlier and is the ultimate source of 
information concerning the author's intent. For up-to-date informa- 
tion about the availability of English translation journals, particular- 
ly Consultants Bureau translations of Soviet journals, a medical 
librarian should be consulted. 

Beginning in 1971, the journal title abbreviations used in Index 
Medicus were formulated according to the rules of the American Na- 
tional Standard for the Abbreviation of Title of Periodicals. The 
Library now follows Hie International Standard ISO 4 1972: 
Documentation International Code for the Abbreviation of Titles 
of Periodicals,- which is an adaptation of the American standard and 
nearly identical to it. 

For the abbreviation of any specific journal cited in Index 
Medicus, sec the I.isr of Journals Indexed in Index Medicus (LJf) 
which is provided with the January issue of Index Medicus and in the 
annual cunnilaiion. L.JI is also available separately from the Govern- 
ment Printing Office (see National Library of Medicine publications, 
inside from cover of any monthly issue of Index Medicus). 

A few medical journals publish several editions, intended for dif- 
ferent countries, different groups of readers. Index Medicus cites 
only one edition, -usually the one that is most widely distributed in 
the United Slams. Although the editors of some of these journals 
assure that the citation for the edition that is indexed is correct for all 
other editions, there arc othe journals for which this is not true. For 
this reason, the page and issue numbers included in the Index 
Medicus citations may not be helpful to the readers of variant edi- 
tions of such journals. 

THE INDEXING OPERATION 

Materials selected for inclusion are indexed by highly trained 
literature analysts. The content of each piece is described by assign- 
ing terms selected from Medical Subject Headings (MeSH), the 
Library's controlled vocabulary of technical terms. MeSH is pub- 



' American Nmionul Standards Institute, American National Standards for the Ab- 
breviation of Titles of Periodicals. Approved September 16, 1969. 

' International Standards Organization. International Standard ISO-4-1972 (E). 
Documentation-International code for the Abbreviation of Titles of Periodicals. 
Available from American National Standards Institute, 1430 Broadway, New York 
10018. 



lished as Part 2 of the January Index Medicus and is reproduced in its 
entirety in Cumulated Index Medicus. Additional copies of MeSH 
may be purchased from the Government Printing Office (see NLM 
Publications, inside front cover of MeSH). 

In indexing, the analyst assigns as many subject headings as are 
necessary to describe adequately the content of each article. 

Each journal article is cited in Index Medicus only under those 
subject headings which represent the most important concepts of the 
article. All subject heading, including those representing more 
peripheral concepts, are stored in MEDLINE (Medline Literature 
Analysis and Retrieval System Online), the Library's computer-based 
file of citations, for use in machine retrieval. 

In Index Medicus, citations are published only under terms ap- 
pearing in MeSH. If the medical concept soughts is not in MeSH the 
MeSH equivalent must be found. For example, citations on German 
measles would appear in Index Medicus under its MeSH equivalent, 
RUBELLA. 

When materials are indexed for Index Medicus, the most specific 
terms available in MeSH are used. Thus, if an article is concerned 
with erythromycin, it would be indexed under that term, rather than 
the broader ANTIBIOTICS. Under the latter term, one would find 
only: (a) articles dealing with antibiotics generally, (b) those that deal 
in a very genera! way with a large number of named antibiotics, or (c) 
those that deal with specific antibiotics which have not been 
separately listed in MeSH. 

The user who is interested in one concept may find that the 
broader term is also worth examining for articles of possible interest. 
Although one may be interested primarily in penicillin sensitivity, 
reports on the general subject of antibiotic sensitivity may be useful. 

The user who wants information on some aspect of the use of anti- 
biotics in pediatric practice would certainly want not only the general 
materials that would appear under ANTIBIOTICS, but also those 
concerned with specific antibiotics. 

Because is is impossible to group together all terms directly or in- 
directly related to a particular concept, the following should be con- 
sidered when searching this bibliography. 

1 . Direct form of the term (LUNG ABSCESS) 

2. Inverted form of the term (ANEMIA, HEMOLYTIC) 

3. Noun form (LIVER, KIDNEY, BRAIN) 

4. Adjective form (HEPATIC COMA, CEREBRAL REVASCU- 
LARIZATION) 

5. Function words which imply the concept in mind (THINKING 
for BRAIN, DIGESTION for GASTROINTESTINAL 
SYSTEM) 

6. Terms for techniques which imply the concept in mind (ELEC- 
TROCARDIOGRAPHY for HEART). 

7. Synonyms or near-synonyms (VERTIGO for DIZZINESS) 

8. Broader and narrower terms. 

The best way to find broader and narrower terms is by reference to 
the "tree structures" in MeSH, where terms are grouped into fourteen 
subject categories and arranged in a hierarchical manner with 
specific terms indented under the more general one. For example, in 
subcategory D20, under ANTIBIOTICS, many types of antibiotics, 
such as ANTIBIOTICS, ANTINEOPLASTIC are listed. Indented 
under that term are several even more specific terms. (Terms fol- 
lowed by an asterisk (*) may be used for machine retrival, but never 
appear as subject headings in Index Medicus.) Thus, broader or nar- 
rower terms may be found merely by scanning these hierarchical lists. 

The Index Medicus user generally starts with one or more medical 
terms in mind which express his or her own subject interest. If the 
user does not find a given term in the alphabetical list, examination 
of an appropriate "tree structure" may reveal a synonym or a broader 



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term under which the desire literature might have been indexed. 
When a usable term is found, examination of nearby entries in the 
alphabetic list may reveal related terms that are also worth searching 
in the Index Medicus Subject Section. 

SUBJECT SECTION 

Each article cited in Index Medicus is printed under one or more 
subject headings, and the entry appears in full under each. 

Journal Articles: 

Each entry contains the following elements, in order: original 
English title of article, or English translation of title in brackets; first 
author (if more than one) or sole author; journal title abbreviation; 
date of issue; volume number; issue, part or supplement; inclusive 
pagination; the notation Eng. Abstr. for those non-English articles 
which provide an abstract in English; and an abbreviation indicating 
the language of the article if other than English. For the names of all 
authors in a citation, refer to the Author Section. The journal title 
abbreviation is in bold-face type; the full journal title may be found 
in the abbreviations listing in the List of Journals Indexed in the In- 
dex Medicus. 

Example of typical journal article citations: 

Long-term evaluation of chlorambucil plus prednisone in 
the idiopathic nephrotic syndrome of childhood. 
Williams SA, et al. N. Engl J Med 1980 Apr 
24;302(17);929-33 

cited under CHLORAMBUClL/ADMiNiSTRATiON & DOSAGE., 
NEPHROTIC SYNDROME/DRUG THERAPY, and PREDNI- 

SONE/ADMINISTRATION & DOSAGE. 



quence as a whole. These overall citations are made for proceedings 
of major national and international conferences, and for abstracts of 
proceedings. The latter are labeled "Abstracts" in the title but are not 
indexed individually. No authors' names appear on overall citations. 

Example of overall citation when individual articles are indexed: 

Pseudomonas aeruginosa: new therapeutic approaches 
from basic research. Antibiol Chemother 1985;36: 1-176 

Example of individual citations included within the overall: 

Pseudomonas aeruginosa surface polysaccharide vaccines. 

New therapeutic approaches from basic research. Pier 

GB. Antibiol Chemother 1985;36: 157-67 
Characterization of mouse monoclonal antibodies directed 

against Pseudomonas aeruginosa lipopolysaccharides. 

Sadoff JC, et al. Antibiol Chemother 1985;36; 134-46 
Opsonin-independent phagocytosis of Pseudomonas- 

aeruginosa. Speert DP, et al. Antihiot Chemother 

1985; 36:88-94 

Example of overall citation when individual items are abstracts: 

Annual meeting of the Research Society on Alcoholism. 
May 29-June 1, 1985, Isle of Palms, South Carolina. 
Abstracts. Alcoholism (NY) 1985 Mar-Apr;9(2): 184-2 19 

Retractions: 

When an article is retracted in the journal in which it was originally 
published, the retraction is cited under the subject heading RETRACTION 
OF PUBLICATION. 



[Excretion of catecholamines in juvenile diabetes mellitus] 
Kornas-Debejko A, et al. Endokrynol Pol 1979 Nov-Dec: 
30(6):539-48 (Eg. Abst.) (Pol) 

cited under DIABETES MELLITUS, JUVENILE/URINE, 
EPINEPHRINE/URINE. NOREPINEPHRINE/URINE. 

Order of Citations: 

Under each subject heading, the entries arc grouped according lo 
the original language of the text, with the English-language items ap- 
pearing first, followed by citations for works published in other 
languages, arranged alphabetically by language. Within each 
language group, the articles are alphabetically ordered by journal ti- 
tle abbreviation. 



AUTHOR SEC! ION 



Author: 



Non-English Language Abbreviations 



Afr 

Alb 

Ara 

Arm 

Aze 

Bui 

Chi 

Cze 

Dan 

Dut 

Fin 

Fre 

Geo 

Ger 

Ore 

Heb 

Hun 

Ice 

Ind 

Ita 

Jpn 



Afrikaans 

Albanian 

Arabic 

Armenian 

Azerbaijani 

Bulgarian 

Chinese 

Czech 

Danish 

Dutch 

Finnish 

French 

Georgian 

German 

Greek, Modern 

Hebrew 

Hungarian 

Icelandic 

Indonesian 

Italian 

Japanese 



Kor 

Lit 

Mac 

Mul 

Nor 

Per 

Pol 

Por 

Pus 

Rum 

Rus 

Sec 

Scr 

Sol 

Slv 

Spa 

Swe 

Tha 

Tur 

Ukr 

Vie 



Korean 

Lithuanian 

Macedonian 

Multilingual 

Norwegian 

Persian, Modern 

Polish 

Portuguese' 

Pushto 

Romanian 

Russian 

Serbo-Croatian, Cyrillic 

Serbo-Croatian, Roman 

Slovak 

Slovene 

Spanish 

Swedish 

Thai 

Turkish 

Ukrainian 

Vietnamese 



Overall Citations: 



When an issue of a serial contains a sequence of articles having a 
unifying theme, a citation may be created to lead readers to the se- 



An Author Section citation may provide ihe names of as many as ten 
authors of an article. If an article has eleven or more authors, this is indicated 
by "et al" after the tenth author's name. The complete citation is printed only 
under the first author's name; the second through the tenth authors' names 
are cross-referenced to the full citation under the first author's name, thus: 

Ccrson MC, Deutsch EA, Mishiyama H, Libson KI , 
Adolph 1U, Grnssmun LW, Sodd VJ, Forlman 1)1,, 
Vanderhcydcn JE, Williams CC, ei al. Myocardial per 
fusion imaging with 99m Tc-DMPE in man. Eur J Nucl 
Med 1983 Sep: 8(9):371-4 

Adolph RJ see Gcrson Me 
Deiilst'h EA see Gerson MC 
Fortman DL see Gerson MC 
Grossman LW see Gerson MC 
Libson KF see Gerson MC 
Nishiyama H see Gcrson MC 
Sodd VJ see Gerson MC 
Vanderheydcn JE see Gerson MC 
Williams CC see Gcrson MC 

Title 

The author is followed by the title of the article or monograph 
chapter in the vernacular, and then the other bibliographic elements 
as they appear in the Subject Section (described above). The title of 
the article is supplied in translated form only (as in the Subject Sec- 
tion), and not in the vernacular, for citations in the following 
language: Arabic, Armenian, Azerbaijani, Chinese, Georgian, 
Hebrew, Japanese, Korean, Persian, Pushto, Thai, and Vietnamese. 
Titles in the following languages are transliterated into Roman 
script: Bulgarian, Greek, Russian, Serbo-Croatian, and Ukrainian. 

Example of title in the vernacular: 

Wahl H, Radoehay L. Ergebnisse der operativen 
Behandlug der habituellen und rezidievirenden 
Schulterluxation. Beitr Orthop Traumatol 1979 Sep: 
26(9):507-9 (Ger) 



IX 



INTRODUCTION 



Index Medicus is the National Library of Medicine's monthly 
bibliography of the literature of biomedicine. The cumulated con- 
tents of the twelve monthly issues (January-December) comprise the 
annual Cumulated Index Medicus. 

MATERIALS INDEXED 
Index Medicus contains citations to the serial journal literature. 

In the selection of materials for indexing, the National Library of 
Medicine is advised by a group of distinguished physicians, medical 
editors, and medical librarians. The Library indexes the literature 
that has been judged most useful to Index Medicus users, but it is not 
possible to include every journal that might contain useful articles. 

An effort is made to maintain a reasonable balance of subject mat- 
ter. The inclusion of a journal should not be construed as indicating 
that it is considered superior to one that is not indexed: the omission 
of a publication does not necessarily reflect on its quality. 

Original journal articles are indexed, as well as those letters, 
editorials, biographies, and obituaries that have substantive con- 
tents. Abstracts of articles are never indexed. In certain journals 
which cover fields other than biomedicine, only those articles related 
to biomedicine are selected for inclusion in Index Medicus. 

Some journals that are published in a foreign language are also 
published in English translation, but Index Medicus cites only one 
source. This is almost invariably the original foreign language 
publication because it is available earlier and is the ultimate source of 
information concerning the author's intent. For up-to-date informa- 
tion about the availability of English translation journals, particular- 
ly Consultants Bureau translations of Soviet journals, a medical 
librarian should be consulted. 

Beginning in 1971, the journal title abbreviations used in Index 
Medicus were formulated according to the rules of the American Na- 
tional Standard for the Abbreviation of Title of Periodicals. The 
Library now follows the International Standard ISO 4 1972: 
Documentation International Code for the Abbreviation of Titles 
of Periodicals, 2 which is an adaptation of the American standard and 
nearly identical to it. 

For the abbreviation of any specific journal cited in Index 
Medicus, see the List of Journals Indexed in Index Medicus (LJT) 
which is provided with the January issue of Index Medicus and in the 
annual cumulation. LJIis also available separately from the Govern- 
ment Printing Office (see National Library of Medicine publications, 
inside front cover of any monthly issue of Index Medicus). 

A few medical journals publish several editions, intended for dif- 
ferent countries, different groups of readers. Index Medicus cites 
only one edition, usually the one that is most widely distributed in 
the United States. Although the editors of some of these journals 
assure that the citation for the edition that is indexed is correct for all 
other editions, there are othe journals for which this is not true. For 
this reason, the page and issue numbers included in the Index 
Medicus citations may not be helpful to the readers of variant edi- 
tions of such journals. 

THE INDEXING OPERATION 

Materials selected for inclusion are indexed by highly trained 
literature analysts. The content of each piece is described by assign- 
ing terms selected from Medical Subject Headings (MeSH), the 
Library's controlled vocabulary of technical terms. MeSH is pub- 



1 American National Standards Institute, American National Standards for the Ab- 
breviation of Titles of Periodicals. Approved September 16, 1969. 

2 International Standards Organization. International Standard ISO-4-1972 (E). 
Documentation-International code for the Abbreviation of Titles of Periodicals. 
Available from American National Standards Institute, 1430 Broadway, New York 
10018. 



lished as Part 2 of the January Index Medicus and is reproduced in its 
entirety in Cumulated Index Medicus. Additional copies of MeSH 
may be purchased from the Government Printing Office (see NLM 
Publications, inside front cover of MeSH). 

In indexing, the analyst assigns as many subject headings as are 
necessary to describe adequately the content of each article. 

Each journal article is cited in Index Medicus only under those 
subject headings which represent the most important concepts of the 
article. All subject heading, including those representing more 
peripheral concepts, are stored in MEDLINE (Medline Literature 
Analysis and Retrieval System Online), the Library's computer-based 
file of citations, for use in machine retrieval. 

In Index Medicus, citations are published only under terms ap- 
pearing in MeSH. If the medical concept soughts is not in MeSH the 
MeSH equivalent must be found. For example, citations on German 
measles would appear in Index Medicus under its MeSH equivalent, 
RUBELLA. 

When materials are indexed for Index Medicus, the most specific 
terms available in MeSH are used. Thus, if an article is concerned 
with erythromycin, it would be indexed under that term, rather than 
the broader ANTIBIOTICS. Under the latter term, one would find 
only: (a) articles dealing with antibiotics generally, (b) those that deal 
in a very general way with a large number of named antibiotics, or (c) 
those that deal with specific antibiotics which have not been 
separately listed in MeSH. 

The user who is interested in one concept may find that the 
broader term is also worth examining for articles of possible interest. 
Although one may be interested primarily in penicillin sensitivity, 
reports on the general subject of antibiotic sensitivity may be useful. 

The user who wants information on some aspect of the use of anti- 
biotics in pediatric practice would certainly want not only the general 
materials that would appear under ANTIBIOTICS, but also those 
concerned with specific antibiotics. 

Because is is impossible to group together all terms directly or in- 
directly related to a particular concept, the following should be con- 
sidered when searching this bibliography. 

1. Direct form of the term (LUNG ABSCESS) 

2. Inverted form of the term (ANEMIA, HEMOLYTIC) 

3. Noun form (LIVER, KIDNEY, BRAIN) 

4. Adjective form (HEPATIC COMA, CEREBRAL REVASCU- 
LARIZATION) 

5. Function words which imply the concept in mind (THINKING 
for BRAIN, DIGESTION for GASTROINTESTINAL 
SYSTEM) 

6. Terms for techniques which imply the concept in mind (ELEC- 
TROCARDIOGRAPHY for HEART). 

7. Synonyms or near-synonyms (VERTIGO for DIZZINESS) 

8. Broader and narrower terms. 

The best way to find broader and narrower terms is by reference to 
the "tree structures" in MeSH, where terms are grouped into fourteen 
subject categories and arranged in a hierarchical manner with 
specific terms indented under the more general one. For example, in 
subcategory D20, under ANTIBIOTICS, many types of antibiotics, 
such as ANTIBIOTICS, ANTINEOPLASTIC are listed. Indented 
under that term are several even more specific terms. (Terms fol- 
lowed by an asterisk (*) may be used for machine retrival, but never 
appear as subject headings in Index Medicus.) Thus, broader or nar- 
rower terms may be found merely by scanning these hierarchical lists. 

The Index Medicus user generally starts with one or more medical 
terms in mind which express his or her own subject interest. If the 
user does not find a given term in the alphabetical list, examination 
of an appropriate "tree structure" may reveal a synonym or a broader 



VIII 



term under which the desire literature might have been indexed. 
When a usable term is found, examination of nearby entries in the 
alphabetic list may reveal related terms that are also worth searching 
in the Index Medicus Subject Section. 

SUBJECT SECTION 

Each article cited in Index Medicus is printed under one or more 
subject headings, and the entry appears in full under each. 

Journal Articles: 

Each entry contains the following elements, in order: original 
English title of article, or English translation of title in brackets; first 
author (if more than one) or sole author; journal title abbreviation; 
date of issue; volume number; issue, part or supplement; inclusive 
pagination; the notation Eng. Abstr. for those non-English articles 
which provide an abstract in English; and an abbreviation indicating 
the language of the article if other than English. For the names of all 
authors in a citation, refer to the Author Section. The journal title 
abbreviation is in bold-face type; the full journal title may be found 
in the abbreviations listing in the List of Journals Indexed in the In- 
dex Medicus. 

Example of typical journal article citations: 

Long-term evaluation of chlorambucil plus prednisone in 
the idiopathic nephrotic syndrome of childhood. 
Williams SA, et al. N. Engl J Med 1980 Apr 
24;302(17);929-33 

cited under CHLORAMBUCIL/ADMiNiSTRATiON & DOSAGE., 
NEPHROTIC SYNDROME/DRUG THERAPY, and PREDNI- 

SONE/ADMINISTRATION & DOSAGE. 



quence as a whole. These overall citations are made for proceedings 
of major national and international conferences, and for abstracts of 
proceedings. The latter are labeled "Abstracts" in the title but are not 
indexed individually. No authors' names appear on overall citations. 

Example of overall citation when individual articles are indexed: 

Pseudomonas aeruginosa: new therapeutic approaches 
from basic research. Antibiot Chemother 1985;36: 1-176 

Example of individual citations included within the overall: 

Pseudomonas aeruginosa surface polysaccharide vaccines. 

New therapeutic approaches from basic research. Pier 

GB. Antibiot Chemother 1985;36: 157-67 
Characterization of mouse monoclonal antibodies directed 

against Pseudomonas aeruginosa lipopolysaccharides. 

Sadoff JC, et al. Antibiot Chemother 1985;36; 134-46 
Opsonin-independent phagocytosis of Pseudomonas- 

aeruginosa. Speert DP, et al. Antibiot Chemother 

1985; 36:88-94 

Example of overall citation when individual items are abstracts: 

Annual meeting of the Research Society on Alcoholism. 
May 29-June 1, 1985, Isle of Palrns, South Carolina. 
Abstracts. Alcoholism (NY) 1985 Mar-Apr;9(2): 184-2 19 

Retractions: 

When an article is retracted in the journal in which it was originally 
published, the retraction is cited under the subject heading RETRACTION 
OF PUBLICATION. 



[Excretion of catecholamines in juvenile diabetes mellitus] 
Kornas-Debejko A, et al. Endokrynol Pol 1979 Nov-Dec: 
30(6):539-48 (Eg. Abst.) (Pol) 

cited under DIABETES MELLITUS, JUVENILE/URINE, 
EPINEPHRINE/URINE, NOREPINEPHRINE/URINE. 

Order of Citations: 

Under each subject heading, the entries are grouped according to 
the original language of the text, with the English-language items ap- 
pearing first, followed by citations for works published in other 
languages, arranged alphabetically by language. Within each 
language group, the articles are alphabetically ordered by journal ti- 
tle abbreviation. 



AUTHOR SECTION 



Author: 



Non-English Language Abbreviations 



Afr 

Alb 

Ara 

Arm 

Aze 

Bui 

Chi 

Cze 

Dan 

Out 

Fin 

Fre 

Geo 

Ger 

Gre 

Heb 

Hun 

Ice 

Ind 

Ita 

Jpn 



Afrikaans 

Albanian 

Arabic 

Armenian 

Azerbaijani 

Bulgarian 

Chinese 

Czech 

Danish 

Dutch 

Finnish 

French 

Georgian 

German 

Greek, Modern 

Hebrew 

Hungarian 

Icelandic 

Indonesian 

Italian 

Japanese 



Kor 

Lit 

Mac 

Mul 

Nor 

Per 

Pol 

Por 

Pus 

Rum 

Rus 

Sec 

Scr 

Sol 

Slv 

Spa 

Swe 

Tha 

Tur 

Ukr 

Vie 



Korean 

Lithuanian 

Macedonian 

Multilingual 

Norwegian 

Persian, Modern 

Polish 

Portuguese 

Pushto 

Romanian 

Russian 

Serbo-Croatian, Cyrillic 

Serbo-Croatian, Roman 

Slovak 

Slovene 

Spanish 

Swedish 

Thai 

Turkish 

Ukrainian 

Vietnamese 



Overall Citations: 



When an issue of a serial contains a sequence of articles having a 
unifying theme, a citation may be created to lead readers to the se- 



An Author Section citation may provide the names of as many as ten 
authors of an article. If an article has eleven or more authors, this is indicated 
by "et al" after the tenth author's name. The complete citation is printed only 
under the first author's name; the second through the tenth authors' names 
are cross-referenced to the full citation under the first author's name, thus: 

Gerson MC, Deutsch EA, Nishiyama H, Libson KF, 
Adolph RJ, Grossman LW, Sodd VJ, Fortman DL, 
Vanderheyden JE, Williams CC, et al. Myocardial per 
fusion imaging with 99m Tc-DMPE in man. Eur J Nucl 
Med 1983 Sep: 8(9):371-4 

Adolph RJ see Gerson Me 
Deutsch EA see Gerson MC 
Fortman DL see Gerson MC 
Grossman LW see Gerson MC 
Libson KF see Gerson MC 
Nishiyama H see Gerson MC 
Sodd VJ see Gerson MC 
Vanderheyden JE see Gerson MC 
Williams CC see Gerson MC 

Title 

The author is followed by the title of the article or monograph 
chapter in the vernacular, and then the other bibliographic elements 
as they appear in the Subject Section (described above). The title of 
the article is supplied in translated form only (as in the Subject Sec- 
tion), and not in the vernacular, for citations in the following 
language: Arabic, Armenian, Azerbaijani, Chinese, Georgian, 
Hebrew, Japanese, Korean, Persian, Pushto, Thai, and Vietnamese. 
Titles in the following languages are transliterated into Roman 
script: Bulgarian, Greek, Russian, Serbo-Croatian, and Ukrainian. 

Example of title in the vernacular: 

Wahl H, Radochay L. Ergebnisse der operativen 
Behandlug der habituellen und rezidievirenden 
Schulterluxation. Beitr Orthop Traumatol 1979 Sep: 
26(9):507-9 (Ger) 



Example of translated title: 

Sakalo M, Takahashi S. Sekiguchi S, Chujyo N. [Simula- 
tion of K-contracture curve in smooth muscle (author's 
transl)] Nippon Yakurigaku Zasshi 1979 Mar:75(2)- 
171-83 (Eng.Abstr.) (J p n J; 

Example of transliterated title: 

Nemonova NM, Glasko En, Protasova TG, Ivanova Tn, 
Vlasova AG. Morfofunktsional'nye izmeneniia selezenki 
pri idiopaticheskoi trombotsitopenicheskoi purpure 
Arkh Patol 1983:45(3):29-33 (Eng. Abstr.) (Rus) 

Name of Individual as Subject: 

Articles about individuals are cited in the Author Section with the 
subject's name enclosed in parentheses and preceding the other com- 
ponents of the entry. A separate entry is also provided under the 
name of the author in the usual manner, anonymous biographies and 
obituaries appear only under the subject's names. 

(Ingelfinger FJ), Relman AS. Franz J. Ingelfinger, 1910- 
1980. N Engl J Med 1980 Apr 10:302(15):859-60 
Relman AS. Franz J. Ingelfinger, 1910-1980. N Engl J 
Med 1980 Apr 10:302(15):859-60 

Anonymous Non-English Citations: 

A separate subsection is provided at the end of the Author Section 
for anonymous non-English language references. Special treatment is 
accorded the material in order to have an authenic reference to the 
work in the original language form. In this subsection, the journal 
article entries are arranged alphabetically under the journal title ab- 
breviation. 

MEDICAL REVIEWS 

Medical reviews are defined by the Library as well-documented 
surveys of the recent biomedical literature. In most cases the surveys 



include a list of references either in the body of the paper or as a 
bibliography. Articles which include case reports are considered 
reviews only when the case reports serve to document the subject of 
the review. 

Materials with the following characteristics are not considered as 
reviews; case reports or original research articles containing a review 
of literature as an adjunct; statistical and epidemiological surveys; 
historical reviews, bibliographies which comprise only a listing of 
references; monthly summaries of subject area which appear as a 
regular feature in journals; theses; and lengthy publications covering 
many aspects of a specific subject which are more appropriately con- 
sidered as refresher courses rather than reviews. 

Citations to reviews are included in the "Medical Reviews" section 
of the monthly Index Medicus and Cumulated Index Medicus as well 
as in the Subject Section and Author Section of each. 

OTHER BIBLIOGRAPHIC TOOLS 

In many specialized fields of medicine, and in many allied sciences, 
there are available a variety of excellent indexes and abstracts, such 
as Chemical Abstracts and Biological Abstracts. More than 3,500 
titles, with asterisks marking basic references especially useful to the 
smaller medical library, are listed in Medical Reference Works, 
1679-1966: A Selected Bibliography (Chicago, Medical Library 
Association, 1967) and its supplements. Special information centers 
sponsored by medical institutions or professional societies exist to 
serve users interested in their respective subject fields. For current in- 
formation about such additional aids relating to special items, the In- 
dex Medicus user should consult a local medical librarian. 

Users are invited to send suggestions or refer any errors they find 



Roy Rada, M.D., Ph.D. 
Editor, Index Medicus 
National Library of Medicine 
Bethesda, Maryland 20894 



ACCESS TO ARTICLES CITED 



Users of Index Medicus who wish to consult articles are advised to utilize the following sources: 

1 . Reprints of articles are frequently available directly from the author or publisher. 

2. Medical libraries will often have the material on hand, or know where it can be obtained through interlibrary loan. 



INTERLIBRARY LOAN POLICY 



Most of the literature in the collection of the National 
Library of Medicine (NLM), including that in the History 
of Medicine Division, is available for loan to any library, 
with the exception of indexes and abstracts, general 
library and information science materials, and current 
trade publications which are presumed to be widely 
available. Technical reports available from the National 
Technical Information Service and Government Printing 
Office publications are generally not loaned. The Library 
lends only items that fall within the scope and coverage 
policy governing its collection. The scope of NLM's col- 
lection does not include patient or health education 
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author. 

Loans are not made directly to individuals. Requestors 
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Libraries should send requests directly to NLM only for 
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Regional Medical Libraries (RMLs) have established 
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monograph and audiovisual locator tools, requests for 
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them to NLM. 

Loans requested from NLM must comply with the in- 
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FORMS OF LOANS 

Material will be lent in the original form, as a 
photocopy, or in microfilm. The form will be deter- 
mined by NLM. 

Journals and monographic serials generally do not cir- 
culate in their original form and photocopies are pro- 
vided in lieu of lending the original. Photocopies will 
not exceed fifty pages, in most cases. Certain forms 
and types of material (congresses) and specific works 
may be withheld from circulation. 



Literature in the collection printed before 1871 is 
usually loaned in the form of microfilm or photocopy. 
These materials are available from the History of 
Medicine Division. 

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Resources Section, Reference Services Division. 

METHOD OF BORROWING 

Requests will be accepted via the following methods: 
(1) teletypewriter, (2) approved forms of electronic 
mail, (3) ALA Interlibrary Loan Request Form, typed 
in triplicate, or (4) DOCLINE, NLM's automated 
ILL request system. 

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86-3 Acquired immunodeficiency syndrome (AIDS): ninth up- 

date. January 1986 through March 1986. 478 citations. 
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86-5 Therapeutic Plasrnapheresis in Neurological Disorders. 

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85-1 Surgical treatment of morbid obesity. January 1983 

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1985. 529 citations in English. 

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1985. 424 citations. 

85-6 Percutaneous ultrasonic lithotripsy. January 1983 

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85-7 High frequency jet ventilation (HFJV). January 1983 

through April 1985. 94 citations. 

85-8 Childhood immunodeficiency disorders. January 1983 

through April 1985. 343 citations in English. 

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through August 1985. 257 citations from the Health 
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June 1985. 267 citations from the MEDLINE and 
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85-14 Adjuvant chemotherapy for breast cancer. January 

1980 through August 1985. 403 citations in English. 

85-15 Malpractice insurance, legislation, economics. January 

1983 through August 1985. 350 citations in English. 

85-16 Acquired immunodeficiency syndrome (AIDS): Seventh 

Update and Supplement. May 1985 through August 
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85-17 Smoking and reproduction, pregnancy, the fetus, and the 

newborn. January 1983 through October 1985. 202 
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85-18 Health effects of smokeless tobacco use. January 1966 

through December 1985. 376 citations. 

85-19 Health Maintenance Organizations. January 1980 through 

October 1985. 409 citations in English. 

85-20 Acquired immunodeficiency syndrome (AIDS): eighth 

update. September 1985 through December 1985. 577 
citations. 

85-21 Theophylline pharmacodynamics. January 1983 through 

October 1985. 352 citations in English. 



SBS* No. 1985-1 Laboratory Animal Welfare. January 1985. 31 
citations. 



SBS* No. 1986-1 Laboratory Animal Welfare. January 1986. 72 
citations. 



SBS* No. 1986-2 Medicine and the Arts. April 1986. 306 citations. 



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Not included are: reviews of the literature which document case reports or original research; 
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ABDOMEN 

[Abdominal hypothermia in the treatment of postoperative 
peritonitis] Tatishvili GG, et al. Vestn Khir 1985 Dec; 
135(12):139-42 (39 ref.) (Rus) 

ABNORMALITIES, MULTIPLE 

Trisomy 14 mosaicism in a liveborn male: clinical report and 

review of the literature. Kaplan LC, et al. 

Am J Med Genet 1986 Apr;23(4):925-30 (17 ref.) 
Diagnosis of chromosome 3 duplication q23 qter, deletion 

p25 pter in a patient with the C (trigonocephaly) 

syndrome. Preus M, et al. Am J Med Genet 1986 Apr; 

23(4):935-43 (21 ref.) 
Congenital hand anomaly: etiology and associated 

malformations. Goldberg MJ, et al. Hand Clin 1985 Aug; 

1(3):405-15 (45 ref.) 

ABNORMALITIES, 
RADIATION-INDUCED 

Health effects of low level radiation: carcinogenesis, 
teratogenesis, and mutagenesis. Ritenour ER. 
Semin Nucl Med 1986 Apr;16(2):106-17 (74 ref.) 

ABORTION, HABITUAL 

[The HLA system and habitual spontaneous abortions] 
Persitz E, et al. Harefuah 1986 Jan l;110(l):33-6 (42 ref.) 

(Heb) 

ACCIDENT PREVENTION 

Maintaining posture and avoiding tripping. Optical 
information for detecting and controlling orientation and 
locomotion. Owen DH. Clin Geriatr Med 1985 Aug; 
l(3):581-99 (67 ref.) 

Childhood accident prevention strategies. OShea JS. 
Forensic Sci Int 1986 Feb-Mar;30(2-3):99-lll (64 ref.) 

ACCIDENTS 

Fall injuries in the elderly. Baker SP, et al. 

Clin Geriatr Med 1985 Aug;l(3):501-12 (28 ref.) 
Visual depth illusion and falls in the elderly. Cohn TE, et 

al. Clin Geriatr Med 1985 Aug;l(3):601-20 (53 ref.) 
Senile gait. A distinct neurologic entity. Roller WC, et al. 

Clin Geriatr Med 1985 Aug;l(3):661-9 (44 ref.) 
Spatial orientation mechanisms and their implications for 

falls. Leibowitz HW, et al. Clin Geriatr Med 1985 Aug; 

1-(3):571-80 (23 ref.) 
Abnormalities in blood pressure homeostasis that contribute 

to falls in the elderly. Lipsitz LA. Clin Geriatr Med 1985 

Aug;l(3):637-48 (42 ref.) 
The role of drugs in falls in the elderly. Macdonald JB. 

Clin Geriatr Med 1985 Aug;l(3):621-36 (49 ref.) 
Sensorimotor deficits related to postural stability. 

Implications for falling in the elderly. Stelmach GE, et 

al. Clin Geriatr Med 1985 Aug;l(3):679-94 (83 ref.) 
Gait and balance in the elderly. Two functional capacities 

that link sensory and motor ability to falls. Wolfson LI, 

et al. Clin Geriatr Med 1985 Aug;l(3):649-59 (31 ref.) 



ACCIDENTS, HOME 

Fall injuries in the elderly. Baker SP, et al. 

Clin Geriatr Med 1985 Aug;l(3):501-12 (28 ref.) 
Visual depth illusion and falls in the elderly. Cohn TE, et 

al. Clin Geriatr Med 1985 Aug;l(3):601-20 (53 ref.) 
Senile gait. A distinct neurologic entity. Roller WC, et al. 

Clin Geriatr Med 1985 Aug;l(3):661-9 (44 ref.) 
Spatial orientation mechanisms and their implications for 

falls. Leibowitz HW, et al. Clin Geriatr Med 1985 Aug; 

1(3):571-80 (23 ref.) 
Abnormalities in blood pressure homeostasis that contribute 

to falls in the elderly. Lipsitz LA. Clin Geriatr Med 1985 

Aug;l(3):637-48 (42 ref.) 
The role of drugs in falls in the elderly. Macdonald JB. 

Clin Geriatr Med 1985 Aug;l(3):621-36 (49 ref.) 
Risk factors for injury after a fall. Melton LJ 3d, et al. 

Qin Geriatr Med 1985 Aug;l(3):525-39 (71 ref.) 
Social and psychologic factors related to falls among the 

elderly. Mossey JM. Clin Geriatr Med 1985 Aug; 

l(3):541-53 (44 ref.) 
Maintaining posture and avoiding tripping. Optical 

information for detecting and controlling orientation and 

locomotion. Owen DH. Clin Geriatr Med 1985 Aug; 

l(3):581-99 (67 ref.) 
Sensorimotor deficits related to postural stability. 

Implications for falling in the elderly. Stelmach GE, et 

al. Clin Geriatr Med 1985 Aug;l(3):679-94 (83 ref.) 
Gait and balance in the elderly. Two functional capacities 

that link sensory and motor ability to falls. Wolfson LI, 

et al. Clin Geriatr Med 1985 Aug;l(3):649-59 (31 ref.) 

ACCIDENTS, TRAFFIC 

A review of the literature evaluating the Defensive Driving 

Course. Lund AR, et al. Accid Anal Prev 1985 Dec; 

17(6):449-60 (29 ref.) 
Graphical tool for comparing ratios proposed in the literature 

on traffic accidents. Parunak A, et al. Accid Anal Prev 1985 

Apr;17(2):87-100 (41 ref.) 
[Work capacity of persons injured in traffic accidents. 

Temporary disability (a review of the literature)] 

laremenko DA, et al. Ortop Travmatol Protez 1986 Jan; 

(l):69-72 (35 ref.) , (Rus) 

ACETYLCHOLINE 

Neurotransmitters of the cochlea and cochlear nucleus: 

immunocytochemical evidence. Altschuler RA, et al. 

Am J Otolaryngol 1986 Mar-Apr;7(2):100-6 (59 ref.) 
On the mechanism of acetylcholine release. Dunant Y. 

Prog Neurobiol 1986;26(l):55-92 (231 ref.) 
[Cholinergic hypothesis of depression] Leboyer M, et al. 

Encephale 1985 Nov-Dec;ll(6):229-34 (53 ref.) (Eng. 

Abstr.) (Fre) 

ACHILLES TENDON 

Achilles tendon lesions in sport. Williams JG. Sports Med 
1986 Mar-Apr;3(2):l 14-35 (128 ref.) 

ACID-BASE EQUILIBRIUM 

History of blood gas analysis. II. pH and acid-base balance 
measurements. Severinghaus JW, et al. J Clin Monit 1985 



Oct;l(4):259-77 (82 ref.) 

ACQUIRED IMMUNODEFICIENCY 
SYNDROME 

AIDS and haemophilia. Bloom AL. Biomed Pharmacother 

1985;39(7):355-65 (112 ref.) 
Acquired immune deficiency syndrome (AIDS). Purtilo DT, 

et al. Clin Lab Med 1986 Mar;6(l):3-26 (110 ref.) 
Podiatric implications of acquired immunodeficiency 

syndrome. Abramson C. J Am Podiatr Med Assoc 1986 

Mar;76(3):124-36 (51 ref.) 
Acquired immunodeficiency syndrome in infants and 

children. Bernstein LJ, et al. Prog Allergy 1986;37: 194-206 

(57 ref.) 
Immunologic abnormalities in the acquired 

immunodeficiency syndrome. Bowen DL, et al. 

Prog Allergy 1986;37:207-23 (46 ref.) 
T cell proliferation and ablation. A biologic spectrum of 

abnormalities induced by the human T cell lymphotropic 

virus group. Broder S. Prog Allergy 1986;37:224-43 (86 

ref.) 
HTLV-III and the etiology of AIDS. Gallo RC, et al. 

Prog Allergy 1986;37:l-45 (121 ref.) 
The involvement of cytomegalovirus in acquired immune 

deficiency syndrome and Raposi 's sarcoma. Giraldo G, et 

al. Prog Allergy 1986;37:3 19-31 (75 ref.) 
Clinical symptomatology of the acquired immunodeficiency 

syndrome (AIDS) and related disorders. Groopman JE. 

Prog Allergy 1986;37:182-93 (28 ref.) 
FeLV-induced feline acquired immune deficiency syndrome. 

A model for human AIDS. Hardy WD Jr, et al. 

Prog Allergy 1986;37:353-76 (83 ref.) 
Lymphadenopathy associated virus: its role in the 

pathogenesis of AIDS and related diseases. Montagnier L. 

Prog Allergy 1986;37:46-64 (30 ref.) 
Spectrum of morphologic changes of lymph nodes from 

patients with AIDS or AIDS-related complexes. Racz P, 

et al. Prog Allergy 1986;37:81-181 (321 ref.) 
The epidemiology of the acquired immunodeficiency 

syndrome. Spira TJ, et al. Prog Allergy 1986;37:65-80 (64 

ref.) 
[Antibodies to the AIDS virus: methods of detection and 

clinical significance] Hirschel B. Ther Umsch 1986 Feb; 

43(2): 128-32 (20 ref.) (Eng. Abstr.) (Ger) 

[AIDS (acquired immune deficiency syndrome)] Altay G. 

Mikrobiyol Bui 1985 Oct;19(4):238-51 (33 ref.) (Tur) 

ACYCLOVIR 

Acyclovir: new era in antiviral chemotherapy. Reeney RE, 
et al. Clin Dermatol 1984 Apr-Jun;2(2):l 17-32 (79 ref.) 

ADAPTATION, PHYSIOLOGICAL 

Adaptation of respiratory muscles to acute and chronic stress. 
Considerations on energy and fuels. Haddad GG, et al. 
Clin Chest Med 1986 Mar;7(l):79-89 (121 ref.) 

ADAPTATION, PSYCHOLOGICAL 

[The methods of measuring social adaptation in psychiatric 
and social studies. I. Concepts and definitions] Slupczynska 
E. Psychiatr Pol 1985 May-Jun;19(3):226-32 (17 ref.) (Eng. 



ADAPTATION, PSYCHOLOGICAL 

Abstr.) (Po l) 

ADENINE NUCLEOTIDES 

The 2-5A system and vaccinia virus. Esteban M, et al 
Prog Clin Biol Res 1985;202:25-34 (26 ref.) 

ADENOCARCINOMA 

Non-small cell lung cancer. Role of radiation therapy. Cox 
JD. Chest 1986 Apr;89(4 Suppl):284S-288S (28 ref.) 

Carcinogenesis in ureterosigmoidostomy. Gittes RF. 
Urol Clin North Am 1986 May;13(2):201-5 (19 ref.) 

ADENOMA 

[Benign tumors of the gallbladder and extrahepatic bile ducts 
(a review of the literature)] Malinovskil NN, et al. 
Khirurgiia (Mosk) 1986 Feb;(2):132-7 (61 ref.) (Rus) 

ADENOSINE 

Effects of enprofylline and theophylline may show the role 
of adenosine. Persson CG, et al. Life Sci 1986 Mar 24- 
38(12): 1057-72 (136 ref.) 

ADENOSINE CYCLIC 
MONOPHOSPHATE 

Cellular mechanism of hormone action in the kidney: 

messenger function of calcium and cyclic AMP. Rasmussen 

H, et al. Kidney Int 1986 Jan;29(l):90-7 (60 ref.) 

.[Cyclic nucleotides] Kaneko T, et al. Nippon Rinsho 1986 

Jan;44(l): 147-55 (74 ref.) (Jpn) 

ADENOSINE TRIPHOSPHATASE 

Distribution and function of classes of ATPases along the 
nephron. Katz Al. Kidney Int 1986 Jan;29(l):21-31 (98 ref.) 

ADENOSINE TRIPHOSPHATASE. 

SODIUM, POTASSIUM 

Structure, function and regulation of Na,K-ATPase in the 
kidney. J0rgensen PL. Kidney Int 1986 Jan;29(l):10-20 (73 
ref.) 

ADENOSINE TRIPHOSPHATE 

Primary active sodium transport, oxygen consumption, and 
ATP: coupling and regulation. Mandel LJ. Kidney Int 1986 
Jan;29(l):3-9 (49 ref.) 

ADENYL CYCLASE 

Vasopressin receptor-adenylate cyclase interactions. Studies 
in an intact cultured renal epithelial cell line (LLC-PK1). 
Skorecki KL, et al. Miner Electrolyte Metab 1986- 
12(1):64-70 (26 ref.) 

ADIE'S SYNDROME 

[The Adie-Holmes syndrome] Szeliga-Cetnarska M, et al. 
Wiad Lek 1985 Dec l;38(23):1649-53 (13 ref.) (Pol) 

ADJUVANTS, IMMUNOLOGIC 

[Mediators of the immune response and inflammation] Dayer 
JM. Ther Umsch 1986 Feb;43(2):94-102 (9 ref.) (Eng 
Abstr.) (F re) 

ADOLESCENT PSYCHOLOGY 

Family relations in adolescence: myths, realities, and new 
directions. Hill JP. Genet Soc Gen PsychoL Monoer 1985 
May;lll(2):233-48 (39 ref.) 

ADRENAL CORTEX HORMONES 

The use of corticosteroid agents in connective tissue 
disorders. Barraclough D. Med J Aust 1986 Apr 14- 
144(8):427-32 (90 ref.) 

Corticosteroid therapy in respiratory disorders. Trembath 
PW. Med J Aust 1985 Dec 9-23;143(12-13):607-9 (17 ref.) 

ADRENAL GLANDS 

Immunohistochemical analysis of the localization of 

neuropeptides in the adrenal gland. Kondo H. 

Arch Histol Jpn 1985 Dec;48(5):453-8 1 (110 ref.) 
Transdifferentiation of endocrine chromaffin cells into 

neuronal cells. Ogawa M, et al. Curr Top Dev Biol 1986- 

20:99-110 (18 ref.) 

ADRENERGIC ALPHA RECEPTOR 
AGONISTS 

[Peripheral dopaminergic receptor agonists as potential drugs 
in diseases of the circulatory system] Kostowski W. 
Pol Tyg Lek 1985 Dec 23-30;40(5 1-52): 1448-51 (35 ref.) 

(Pol) 



MEDICAL REVIEWS 

ADRENERGIC BETA RECEPTOR 
BLOCKADERS 

[Possibilities and limitations of the use of beta-blocking 
agents in the therapy of arterial hypertension in pregnancy] 
Pasetto N. Clin Ter 1985 Dec 31;115(6):497-501 (18 ref.) 

(Ita) 

AEDES 

Mosquito cell cultures and the study of arthropod-borne 
togaviruses. Igarashi A. Adv Virus Res 1985;30:21-42 (169 
ref.) 

AEROSOLS 

Factors determining hygroscopic aerosol deposition in 
airways. Morrow PE. Physiol Rev 1986 Apr;66(2):330-76 
(134 ref.) 

AFFECT 

Affect and memory: a review. Blaney PH. Psychol Bull 1986 
Mar;99(2):229-46 (165 ref.) 

AFFECTIVE DISORDERS 

Psychiatric cases in community studies: how important an 
issue? Brown GW, et al. Soc Sci Med 1986;22(2):173-83 
(70 ref.) 

AFFECTIVE DISORDERS, PSYCHOTIC 

[Encephalopathy in patients treated by hemodialysis as a 
psychiatric problem] Pilaczyriska E. Psychiatr Pol 1985 
Sep-Oct;19(5):387-95 (37 ref.) (Pol) 

[Results of studies of the social adaptation of patients with 
psychoses] Shipczyriska E. Psychiatr Pol 1985 Sep-Oct- 
19(5):380-6 (55 ref.) * ( Po lj 

AFFECTIVE SYMPTOMS 

Pharmacologic treatment of agitation associated with 
dementia. Risse SC, et al. J Am Geriatr Soc 1986 May 
34(5):368-76 (143 ref.) 

AGED 

Aging immunocytes and immunity. Characteristics and 

significance. Finkelstein MS. Clin Geriatr Med 1985 Nov 

1(4):899-911 (75 ref.) 
Social and psychologic factors related to falls among the 

elderly. Mossey JM. Clin Geriatr Med 1985 Aug- 

l(3):541-53 (44 ref.) 

AGGRESSION 



JUL 1986 

l(3):581-99 (67 ref.) 

Sensorimotor deficits related to postural stability 
Implications for falling in the elderly. Stelmach GE et 
al. Qin Geriatr Med 1985 Aug;l(3):679-94 (83 ref.) ' 

The aging brain. Vernadakis A. ain Geriatr Med 1985 Feb; 

Gait and balance in the elderly. Two functional capacities 
that link sensory and motor ability to falls. Wolfson LI 
et al. Clin Geriatr Med 1985 Aug;l(3):649-59 (31 ref.) ' 

Kinetics and free-radical mechanisms of ageing and 
Carcinogenesis. Emanuel NM. IARC Sci Publ 1985- 
(58):127-50 (48 ref.) ' 

Ageing, DNA repair of radiation damage and Carcinogenesis- 
fact and fiction. Lehmann AR. IARC Sci Publ 1985-' 
(58):203-13 (61 ref.) ' 

Age-related changes in immunologic and hormonal activities 
Makinodan T, et al. IARC Sci Publ 1985;(58):55-70 (81 

Renal effects of nonsteroidal antiinflammatory drugs 

Heightened risk to' the elderly? Lamy PP. 

J Am Geriatr Soc 1986 May;34(5):361-7 (63 ref.) 
Aging, gastrointestinal infections, and mucosal immunity 
! " u ~" - 1 "- ^L. et al. J Am Geriatr Soc 1986 Mav:' 



Aging and the cardiovascular system. Docherty JR 

J Auton Pharmacol 1986 Mar;6(l):77-84 (72 ref.) 
Age related cochlear toxicity from noise and antibiotics a 

^YJx^' Bhattacharyya TX, et al. J Otolaryngol 1986 Feb; 

15(1):15-20 (61 ref.) 
[The endocrine system in old age] Tatar P. Cesk Fysiol 1986- 

35(1): 1-16 (122 ref.) (gi o ) 

AIR POLLUTANTS, 

ENVIRONMENTAL 

[Various aspects of hygienic standardization in the complex 
and combined effects of chemical compounds and their 
combinations with other harmful environmental factors! 
Kasparow AA. Med Pr 1985;36(5):309-15 (9 ref.) (Pol) 

[Significance of lead pollution in human intrauterine 
development] Sikorski R, et al. Wiad Lek 1985 Nov 15- 
38(22):1586-92 (64 ref.) (Eng. Abstr.) (P 1) 

AIR POLLUTANTS, OCCUPATIONAL 

[Problems of work hygiene and toxicology in the present-day 
manufacture of plastics of an epoxy resin base (review of 
the literature)] lavorovsktf AP. Gig Tr Prof Zabol 1986 
Jan;(l):35-9 (42 ref.) (Rus ) 

ALANINE 

Alanine and inter-organ relationships in branched-chain 
ammo and 2-oxo acid metabolism. Review. Palmer TN 
et al. Biosci Rep 1985 Dec;5(12):1015-33 (85 ref.) 



ALANINE AMINOTRANSFERASE 



A review of treatment research for aggressive and disruptive 

behavior in the mentally retarded. Matson JL, et al. 

Appl Res Ment Retard 1986;7(1):95-103 (13 ref.) Review of pyridoxal phosphate and the transaminases in liver 

disease. Vanderlinde RE. Ann Clin Lab Sci 1986 Mar- Apr 

AGING 16(2):79-93 (78 ref.) Apf> 



The aging gut. Thomson AB, et al. 

Can J Physiol Pharmacol 1986 Jan;64(l):30-8 (122 ref.) 
Visual depth illusion and falls in the elderly. Cohn TE et 

al. Clin Geriatr Med 1985 Aug;l(3):601-20 (53 ref.) 
Biology, primary care, family, and community. A basis for 

rational geriatric care. Culpepper L, et al. 

Clin Geriatr Med 1986 Feb;2(l):37-51 (34 ref.) 
The aging gastrointestinal tract, liver, and pancreas. Geokas 

MC, et al. Clin Geriatr Med 1985 Feb;l(l):177-205 (204 

ref.) 
The aging skin. Gomez EC, et al. Clin Geriatr Med 1985 

Feb;l(l):285-305 (90 ref.) 
The aging skeleton. Gordan GS, et al. Clin Geriatr Med 1985 

Feb;l(l):95-118 (52 ref.) 
The cell biology of aging. Hayflick L. Clin Geriatr Med 1985 

Feb;l(l):15-27 (50 ref.) 
Aging and atherosclerosis. Teasing out the contributions of 

time, secondary aging, and primary aging. Hazzard WR. 

Clm Geriatr Med 1985 Feb; 1(1):25 1-84 (51 ref.) 
The aging kidney. Kaysen GA, et al. Clin Geriatr Med 1985 

Feb;l(l):207-22 (102 ref.) 
Physiology of aging. Kenney RA. Clin Geriatr Med 1985 

Feb;l(l):37-59 (62 ref.) 

T c e u^? , h , e n ar h I 9, a sner , SC > et al ain Geriatr M l 1985 
Feb;l(l):l 19-41 (155 ref.) 

Senile gait. A distinct neurologic entity. Roller WC, et al 
Clin Geriatr Med 1985 Aug;l(3):661-9 (44 ref.) 

The aging respiratory system. Krumpe PE, et al 
Clin Geriatr Med 1985 Feb;l(l):143-75 (225 ref) 

Spatial onentation mechanisms and their implications for 

S'^i ei n^ Z H P Y' Ct 3l ain Geriatr Med 1985 A "g: 
l(o):57I-80 (23 ref.) 

Abnormalities in blood pressure homeostasis that contribute 



Age and the endocrine system. Noth RH, et al 
Clin Geriatr Med 1985 Feb;l(l):223-50 (256 ref) 

Maintaining posture and avoiding tripping. Optical 
information for detecting and controlling orientation and 
locomotion. Owen DH. Clin Geriatr Med 1985 Aug- 



ALBUMINS 

Albumin microspheres as drug carriers. Morimoto Y, et al 
Crit Rev Ther Drug Carrier Syst 1985;2(l):19-63 (104 ref.) 

ALBUMINURIA 

[Microalbuminuria and early detection of diabetic 
nephropathy] Chachati A, et al. Rev Med Liege 1986 Feb 
15;41(4):1 17-21 (31 ref.) ( p re ) 

ALCOHOL DRINKING 

Racial differences in alcohol sensitivity. Chan AW 

Alcohol Alcohol 1986;21(1):93-104 (105 ref.) 
Alcohol usage and blood pressure: a review. Gleiberman L, 

et al. Hum Biol 1986 Feb;58(l):l-31 (76 ref.) 
Modulation of ethanol intake by serotonin uptake inhibitors. 

Naranjo CA, et al. J Clin Psychiatry 1986 Apr47 

Suppl: 16-22 (53 ref.) 

ALCOHOL, ETHYL 

Biochemical basis of alcoholism: statements and hypotheses 

of present research. Topel H. Alcohol 1985 Nov-Dec- 

2(6):711-88 (844 ref.) 
Racial differences in alcohol sensitivity. Chan AW. 

Alcohol Alcohol 1986;21(1):93-104 (105 ref.) 
Biochemical and genetic studies on enzymes of alcohol 

metabolism: the mouse as a model organism for human 

studies. Holmes RS, et al. Alcohol Alcohol 1986;21(l):41-56 

(117 ref.) 
Effects of alcohol on other hepatotoxins. Zimmerman HJ. 

Alcoholism (NY) 1986 Jan-Feb;10(l):3-15 (153 ref.) 

ALCOHOL, METHYL 

The alcohols: ethanol, methanol, isopropanol, ethylene 
glycol. Litovitz T. Pediatr Clin North Am 1986 Apr; 
33(2):311-23 (40 ref.) 



JUL 1986 



MEDICAL REVIEWS 



ANTHROPOIDEA 



ALCOHOL OXIDOREDUCTASES 

Biochemical and genetic studies on enzymes of alcohol 
metabolism: the mouse as a model organism for human 
studies. Holmes RS, et al. Alcohol Alcohol 1986;21(l):41-56 
(117 ref.) 

ALCOHOL, PROPYL 

The alcohols: ethanol, methanol, isopropanol, ethylene 
glycol. Litovitz T. Pediatr Clin North Am 1986 Apr; 
33(2):3 11-23 (40 ref.) 

ALCOHOLIC INTOXICATION 

The alcohols: ethanol, methanol, isopropanol, ethylene 
glycol. Litovitz T. Pediatr Clin North Am 1986 Apr; 
33(2):3 11-23 (40 ref.) 

ALCOHOLISM 

Biochemical basis of alcoholism: statements and hypotheses 

of present research. Topel H. Alcohol 1985 Nov-Dec; 

2(6):7 11-88 (844 ref.) 
Racial differences in alcohol sensitivity. Chan AW. 

Alcohol Alcohol 1986;21(1):93-104 (105 ref.) 
Alcohol usage and blood pressure: a review. Gleiberman L, 

et al. Hum Blol 1986 Feb;58(l):l-31 (76 ref.) 
Modulation of ethanol intake by serotonin uptake inhibitors. 

Naranjo CA, et al. J Clin Psychiatry 1986 Apr;47 

Suppl: 16-22 (53 ref.) 
[Interaction of alcohol with the liver, nutrition, drugs and 

carcinogens] Lieber CS. Gastroenterol Clin Biol 1985 Dec; 

9(12):893-8 (41 ref.) (Fre) 

[Biological bases of drug dependence. I. Alcohol and opiates] 

Bobon D. Rev Med Liege 1986 Feb 15;41(4):127-35 (53 

ref.) (Fre) 

ALDEHYDE DEHYDROGENASE 

Biochemical and genetic studies on enzymes of alcohol 
metabolism: the mouse as a model organism for human 
studies. Holmes RS, et al. Alcohol Alcohol 1986;21(l):41-56 
(117 ref.) 

ALGAE, GREEN 

Genetic, biochemical, and molecular approaches to Volvox 
development and evolution. Kirk DL, et al. 
Int Rev Cytol 1986;99:2 17-93 (170 ref.) 

ALLELES 

The halothane sensitivity locus and its linkage relationships. 
Archibald AL, et al. 

Anim Blood Groups Biochem Genet 1985;16(4):253-63 (57 
ref.) 

ALPHA FETOPROTEINS 

[Alpha fetoprotein: its nature, physiological levels and 
clinical value] Mebazaa A, et al. Tunis Med 1985 Oct; 
63(10):497-500 (18 ref.) (Eng. Abstr.) (Fre) 

ALTERNATIVE MEDICINE 

Concepts in alternative medicine. Aakster CW. 
Soc Sc! Med 1986;22(2):265-73 (35 ref.) 

ALUMINUM HYDROXIDE 

[Encephalopathy in patients treated by hemodialysis as a 
psychiatric problem] Pilaczyriska E. Psychiatr Pol 1985 
Sep-Oct;19(5):387-95 (37 ref.) (Pol) 

ALZHEIMER'S DISEASE 

Biochemical studies of nerve cells and energy metabolism 

in Alzheimer's disease. Bowen DM, et al. Br Med Bull 

1986 Jan;42(l):75-80 (60 ref.) 
Neuroanatomical aspects of neurotransmitters affected in 

Alzheimer 's disease. Emson PC, et al. Br Med Bull 1986 

Jan;42(l):57-62 (62 ref.) 
Electrophysiology of Alzheimer's disease. Fenton GW. 

Br Med Bull 1986 Jan;42(l):29-33 (44 ref.) 
The epidemiology of Alzheimer's disease. Henderson AS. 

Br Med Bull 1986 Jan;42(l):3-10 (87 ref.) 
Cholinergic approaches to the treatment of Alzheimer's 

disease. Hollander E, et al. Br Med Bull 1986 Jan; 

42(1):97-100 (59 ref.) 
Clinical and neuropsychological assessment of dementia. 

Huppert FA, et al. Br Med Bull 1986 Jan;42(l):ll-8 (70 

ref.) 
The genetics of Alzheimer 's disease. Kay DW. 

Br Med Bull 1986 Jan;42(l): 19-23 (42 ref.) 
Brain imaging in Alzheimer's disease. McGeer PL. 

Br Med Bull 1986 Jan;42(l):24-8 (34 ref.) 
Correlations between neuropathological and neurochemical 

changes. Mountjoy CQ. Br Med Bull 1986 Jan;42(l):8 1-5 

(41 ref.) 
The cholinergic hypothesis ten years on. Perry EK. 

Br Med Bull 1986 Jan;42(l):63-9 (36 ref.) 
Recent advances in neuropathology. Perry RH. 

Br Med Bull 1986 Jan;42(l):34-41 (34 ref.) 



Dementia and Parkinson's disease pathological and 

neurochemical considerations. Quinn NP, et al. 

Br Med Bull 1986 Jan;42(l):86-90 (56 ref.) 
Non-cholinergic neurotransmitter abnormalities in 

Alzheimer's disease. Rossor M, et al. Br Med Bull 1986 

Jan;42(l):70-4 (68 ref.) 
The association of clinical and neurological findings and its 

bearing on the classification and aetiology of Alzheimer's 

disease. Roth M. Br Med Bull 1986 Jan;42(l):42-50 (75 

ref.) 
Subunit structure of the Alzheimer tangle. Wischik CM, et 

al. Br Med Bull 1986 Jan;42(l):51-6 (55 ref.) 
Alzheimer's disease. Katzman R. N Engl J Med 1986 Apr 

10;314(15):964-73 (132 ref.) 

AMEBIASIS 

[Complications of amebiasis in the x-ray picture] Ludewig 
C, et al. Rorttgenpraxis 1986 Feb;39(2):47-52 (29 ref.) 

(Ger) 

AMINO ACIDS 

Sodium entry pathways in renal epithelial cell lines. Saier 
MH Jr, et al. Miner Electrolyte Metab 1986;12(1):42-50 
(46 ref.) 

AMINO ACIDS, BRANCHED-CHAIN 

Alanine and inter-organ relationships in branched-chain 
amino and 2-oxo acid metabolism. Review. Palmer TN, 
et al. Biosci Rep 1985 Dec;5(12):1015-33 (85 ref.) 

AMOEBA 

Molecular biology of DNA in Acanthamoeba, Amoeba, 
Entamoeba, and Naegleria. Byers TJ. Int Rev Cytol 1986; 
99:311-41 (119 ref.) 

AMPHETAMINES 

Substance abuse: clinical identification and management. 
Kulberg A. Pediatr Clin North Am 1986 Apr ; 33(2):325-61 
(118 ref.) 

AMPHIBIA 

Recent advances in our understanding of the temporal 
control of early embryonic development in amphibians. 
Satoh N. J Embryol Exp Morphol 1985 Nov;89 
Suppl:257-70 (72 ref.) 

ANALGESIA 

Epidural catheter analgesia for the management of 

postoperative pain. Staren ED, et al. 

Surg Gynecol Obstet 1986 Apr;162(4):389-404 (133 ref.) 
[Paravertebral analgesia after intra-thoracic surgery] 

Lavrent'ev luA. Anesteziol Reanimatol 1986 Jan-Feb; 

(l):65-8 (96 ref.) (Rus) 

ANAPHYLAXIS 

[Lipoxygenase catalyzation of arachidonic acid metabolism 
and the effect of its inhibition on anaphylactic reactions] 
Grupe R. Pharmazie 1986 Jan;41(l):7-22 (308 ref.) (Ger) 

ANDROGENS 

Endocrine therapy for prostate cancer. Sagalowsky Al. 

Spec Top Endocrinol Metab 1985;7:101-29 (62 ref.) 
[Steroid substances androgens] Shimazaki J, et al. 

Nippon Rinsho 1986 Jan;44(l): 122-9 (31 ref.) (Jpn) 

ANEMIA, APLASTIC 

[Preliminary results of the treatment of non-lymphoblastic 
leukemia and bone marrow dysplasia with small doses of 
cytosine arabinoside] Brodzki LM. Acta Haematol Pol 1985 
Jan-Jun;16(l-2):85-9 (19 ref.) (Pol) 

ANEMIA, HEMOLYTIC 

Immune hemolytic anemia in the aged. Javid J. 

Clin Geriatr Med 1985 Nov;l(4):747-72 (102 ref.) 
Mothball toxicity. Siegel E, et al. Pediatr Clin North Am 

1986 Apr;33(2):369-74 (34 ref.) 

ANEMIA, SICKLE CELL 

Diagnosis and management of ocular complications of sickle 

hemoglobinopathies: Part II. Cohen SB, et al. 

Ophthalmic Surg 1986 Feb; 17(2): 110-6 contd (0 ref.) 
Diagnosis and management of ocular complications of sickle 

hemoglobinopaties: Part III. Cohen SB, et al. 

Ophthalmic Surg 1986 Mar; 17(3): 184-8 contd (0 ref.) 

ANEMIA, SIDEROBLASTIC 

Heme synthesis in sideroblastic anaemias. Pasanen A, et al. 
Scand J Haematol [Suppl] 1986;45:60-5 (39 ref.) 



ANESTHESIA 

Suitability of urethane anesthesia for physiopharmacological 
investigations in various systems. Part 2: Cardiovascular 
system. Maggi CA, et al. Experientia 1986 Mar 15; 
42(3):292-7 (59 ref.) 

[Anesthesia and intracranial pressure. Current pharmacology: 
report and prospects] Tornmasino C, et al. 
Minerva Anestesiol 1985 Oct;51(10):483-90 (65 ref.) (Ita) 

ANESTHESIA, DENTAL 

[Pregnancy and local anesthesia in dentistry] Debernardi C, 
et al. Minerva Stomatol 1986 Jan-Feb;35(l-2):l 1-4 (36 ref.) 
(Eng. Abstr.) (Ita) 

ANESTHESIA, GENERAL 

latrogenic effects of general anesthesia in children: 
considerations in treating large congenital nevocytic nevi. 
Backman ME, et al. J Dermatol Surg Oncol 1986 Apr; 
12(4):363-7 (22 ref.) 

ANESTHESIA, LOCAL 

[Pregnancy and local anesthesia in dentistry] Debernardi C, 
et al. Minerva Stomatol 1986 Jan-Feb;35(l-2):ll-4 (36 ref.) 
(Eng. Abstr.) (Ita) 

ANESTHETICS 

[Anesthesia and intracranial pressure. Current pharmacology: 
report and prospects] Tornmasino C, et al. 
Minerva Anestesiol 1985 Oct;51(10):483-90 (65 ref.) (Ita) 

ANGINA PECTORIS 

Review of calcium-channel blockers. Stowe HO. 
Nurse Pract 1986 Apr;ll(4):57-8, 60, 65 (21 ref.) 

ANGIOGRAPHY 

Gastrointestinal tract angiography in infants and children. 
Afshani E, et al. J Pediatr Gastroenterol Nutr 1986 
Mar-Apr;5(2): 173-86 (51 ref.) 

ANGIOPLASTY, TRANSLUMINAL 

[Coronary percutaneous transluminal 
angioplasty immediate results, potentials and limits, 
indications] Wink K. Rev Med Chir Soc Med Nat lasi 1985 
Jul-Sep;89(3):397-401 (39 ref.) (Rum) 

ANGIOTENSIN II 

[Prostaglandins in experimental vasorenal hypertension] 
Ancyparowicz S, et al. Pol Tyg Lek 1985 Dec 9; 
40(49): 1380-4 (25 ref.) (Pol) 

ANIMAL COMMUNICATION 

Chemical communication in invertebrates. O'Connell RJ. 
Experientia 1986 Mar 15;42(3):232-41 (51 ref.) 

ANIONS 

Molecular aspects of band 3 protein-mediated anion transport 
across the red blood cell membrane. Passow H. 
Rev Physiol Biochem Pharmacol 1986; 103:61-203 (371 ref.) 

ANOREXIA NERVOSA 

The treatment of anorexia nervosa. Hsu LK. 
Am J Psychiatry 1986 May;143(5):573-81 (97 ref.) 

ANOXIA 

The physiologic reserve in oxygen carrying capacity: studies 

in experimental hemodilution. Chapter CK, et al. 

Can J Physiol Pharmacol 1986 Jan;64(l) : 7-12 (40 ref.) 
Use of cultured renal tubular cells in the study of cell injury. 

Wilson PD. Miner Electrolyte Metab 1986;12(l):71-83 (84 

ref.) 
[Hypoxic pulmonary vasoconstriction] Kubo K, et al. 

Kokyu To Junkan 1985 Dec;33(12): 1412-21 (158 ref.) 

(Jpn) 

ANTHRAQUINONES 

[Clinical pharmacology of mitoxantrone] Robak T, et al. 
Pol Tyg Lek 1985 Dec 23-30;40(5 1-52): 1473-5 (26 ref.) 

(Pol) 

ANTHRAX 

Treatment of anthrax in man: history and current concepts. 
Knudson GB. Milit Med 1986 Feb;151(2):71-7 (75 ref.) 

ANTHROPOIDEA 

The prirnate premotor cortex fifty years after Fulton. Wise 
SP, Behav Brain Res 1985 Nov-Dec; 18(2):79-88 (72 ref.) 



ANTI-ANTIBODIES 
ANTI-ANTIBODIES 

[A new approach to vaccine development: anti-idiotypic 
vaccines] Lambert PH, et al. Ther Umsch 1986 Feb; 
43(2):155-9 (9 ref.) (Eng. Abstr.) (Fre) 

ANTI-ARRHYTHMIA AGENTS 

Cardiovascular drugs. I: Antidysrhythmic drugs. Wettrell G, 
et al. Ther Drug Monit 1986;8(l):59-77 (252 ref.) 

ANTIBIOTICS 

Effects of noise and ototoxic drugs at the cellular level in 

the cochlea: a review. Lim DJ. Am J Otolaryngol 1986 

Mar-Apr;7(2):73-99 (162 ref.) 
Antibacterial therapy. Feingold DS, et al. 

J Am Acad Dermatol 1986 Apr;14(4):535-48 (75 ref.) 
Age related cochlear toxicity from noise and antibiotics a 

review. Bhattacharyya TK, et al. J Otolaryngol 1986 Feb; 

15(1):15-20 (61 ref.) 
Treatment of anthrax in man: history and current concepts. 

Knudson GB. Milit Med 1986 Feb;151(2):71-7 (75 ref.) 
[Antibacterial therapy in surgery of the biliary tract (a review 

of the literature)] Ermolov AS, et al. Khirurgiia (Mosk) 

1986 Feb;(2):137-42 (80 ref.) (Rus) 

[Antiviral action of antibiotics] Shneider MA, et al. 

Vopr Virusol 1986 Jan-Feb;31(l):18-31 (175 ref.) (Rus) 

ANTIBIOTICS, ANTINEOPLASTIC 

A chemical perspective on the anthracycline antitumor 
antibiotics. Abdella BR, et al. Environ Health Perspect 1985 
Dec;64:4-18 (158 ref.) 

ANTIBODIES 

Clinical and prognostic relevance of different mitochondrial 
antibody profiles in primary biliary cirrhosis (PBC). Berg 
PA, et al. Mol Aspects Med 1985;8(3):235-47 (22 ref.) 

ANTIBODIES, BACTERIAL 

Specific immunoglobulin M and G antibodies in the rapid 
diagnosis of human treponemal infections. Miiller F. 
Diagn Immunol 1986;4(l):l-9 (71 ref.) 

ANTIBODIES, MONOCLONAL 

Human lymphocyte hybridomas and monoclonal antibodies. 

Carson DA, et al. Adv Immunol 1986;38:275-311 (151 ref.) 
Monoclonal antibodies in the diagnosis of renal disease: a 

preliminary report [clinical conference] Tolkoff-Rubin NE. 

Kidney Int 1986 Jan;29(l):142-52 (63 ref.) 
Clinical applications of monoclonal antibodies for patients 

with leukemia and lymphoma. Foon KA, et al. 

Prog Clin Biol Res 1986;21 1:265-84 (34 ref.) 

ANTIBODIES, VIRAL 

[Antibodies to the AIDS virus: methods of detection and 
clinical significance] Hirschel B. Ther Umsch 1986 Feb; 
43(2): 128-32 (20 ref.) (Eng. Abstr.) (Ger) 

ANTIBODY-PRODUCING CELLS 

Immunoglobulin producing cells in nervous system diseases. 
Henriksson A. Acta Neurol Scand [Suppl] 1986;104:1-109 
(121 ref.) 

ANTICOAGULANTS 

Effectiveness of anticoagulants. Hirsh J. 
Semin Thromb Hemost 1986 Jan;12(l):21-37 (96 ref.) 

[Thrombocyte aggregation inhibitors. A new class of active 
substances] Bohm R, et al. Pharmazie 1986 Jan;41(l):l-7 
(86 ref.) (Ger) 

ANTIDEPRESSIVE AGENTS 

Possible relationship of the locus coeruleus hippocampal 
noradrenergic neurons to depression and mode of action 
of antidepressant drugs. Kostowski W. 
Pol J Pharmacol Pharm 1985 Nov-Dec;37(6):727-43 (57 
ref.) 

[Antidepressant drugs and central monoaminergic receptors] 
Asakura M, et al. Yakubutsu Seishin Kodo 1985 Dec; 
5(4):303-19 (143 ref.) (Eng. Abstr.) (Jpn) 

[Interaction of antidepressive drugs and classical 
antihistaminics with central histamine receptors: facts and 
theories] Nowak JZ, et al. Postepy Hig Med Dosw 1985 
May-Jun;39(3):3 11-48 (182 ref.) (Eng. Abstr.) (Pol) 

ANTIDEPRESSIVE AGENTS, 
TRICYCLIC 

The importance of dosage in prescribing antidepressants. 

Quitkin FM. Br J Psychiatry 1985 Dec;147:593-7 (45 ref.) 
Tricyclic antidepressant overdose. Braden NJ, et al. 

Pediatr Clin North Am 1986 Apr;33(2):287-97 (48 ref.) 

ANTIGEN-ANTIBODY REACTIONS 

Sequential and parallel regulation of immune system 



MEDICAL REVIEWS 

reactivity. Peretianu D, et al. Physiologic 1986 Jan-Mar; 
23(l):43-9 (19 ref.) 

ANTIGENS 

Antigen handling by the small intestine. Walker WA. 

Clin Gastroenterol 1986 Jan; 15(1): 1-20 (84 ref.) 
The PBC-specific antigen. Baum H, et al. 

Mol Aspects Med 1985;8(3):201-34 (57 ref.) 
Autoreactivity against biliary tract antigens in primary biliary 

cirrhosis. McFarlane IG. Mol Aspects Med 1985; 

8(3):249-67 (48 ref.) 

ANTIGENS, IMMUNE RESPONSE 

Immune response (Ir) genes of the murine major 

histocompatibility complex. Schwartz RH. Adv Iramunol 

1986;38:31-201 (470 ref.) 
Molecular biology of the HLA class I and class II genes. 

Wake CT. Mol Biol Med 1986 Feb;3(l):l-ll (51 ref.) 
The regulation of expression of major histocompatibility 

complex products. Halloran PF, et al. Transplantation 1986 

Apr;41(4):413-20 (123 ref.) 

ANTIGENS, NEOPLASM 

The implications of embryonic gene expression in neoplasia. 
Coggin JH Jr. CRC Crit Rev Oncol Hematol 1986; 
5(l):37-55 (105 ref.) 

ANTIGENS, PROTOZOAN 

The molecular biology of antigenic variation in 
trypanosomes: gene rearrangements and discontinuous 
transcription. De Lange T. Int Rev Cytol 1986;99:85-1 17 
(127 ref.) 

Plasmodium falciparum antigens as target molecules for a 
protective immunization against malaria: an up-to-date 
review. Heidrich HG. Z Parasitenkd 1986;72(1):1-11 (75 
ref.) 

ANTIGENS, SURFACE 

Maternally transmitted antigen. Rodgers JR, et al. 

Adv Immunol 1986;38:3 13-59 (287 ref.) 
Membrane antigen expression during hemopoietic 

differentiation. Sieff CA. CRC Crit Rev Oncol Hematol 

1986;5(l):l-36 (217 ref.) 
Protein surface analysis. Methods for identifying antigenic 

determinants and other interaction sites. Hopp TP. 

J Immunol Methods 1986 Apr 3;88(1):1-18 (39 ref.) 
Senescent cell antigen: a terminal differentiation antigen. Kay 

MM. Surv Synth Pathol Res 1985;4(3):227-36 (69 ref.) 
Plasmodium falciparum antigens as target molecules for a 

protective immunization against malaria: an up-to-date 

review. Heidrich HG. Z Parasitenkd 1986;72(1):1-11 (75 

ref.) 
[Antigenic characteristics of hematopoietic stem cells] 

Tananov AT, et al. Gematol Transfu/iol 1986 Feb; 

31(2):48-53 (36 ref.) (Rus) 

ANTIGENS, VIRAL 

[Papilloma viruses: group-specific antigens within lesions of 
the oral mucosa] Gogusev J, et al. 
Rev Stomatol Chir Maxillofac 1986;87(l):14-24 (60 ref.) 
(Eng. Abstr.) (Fre) 

ANTIHYPERTENSIVE AGENTS 

Biobehavioral sequellae associated with adrenergic-inhibiting 
antihypertensive agents: a critical review. Rosen RC, et 
al. Health Psychol 1985;4(6):579-604 (110 ref.) 

ANTI-INFECTIVE AGENTS 

Fluorinated quinolones. A review of their mode of action, 
antimicrobial activity, pharmacokinetics and clinical 
efficacy. Janknegt R. Pharm Weekbl [Sci] 1986 Feb 21; 
8(1):1-21 (151 ref.) 

ANTI-INFLAMMATORY AGENTS 

Renal effects of nonsteroidal antiinflammatory drugs. 
Heightened risk to the elderly? Lamy PP. 
J Am Geriatr Soc 1986 May;34(5):361-7 (63 ref.) 

ANTILIPEMIC AGENTS 

Contemporary recommendations for evaluating and treating 
hyperlipidemia. Perry RS. Clin Pharm 1986 Feb; 
5(2):1 13-27 (134 ref.) 

ANTINEOPLASTIC AGENTS 

The routinization of intraperitoneal (intracavitary) 
chemotherapy and immunotherapy. Regelson W, et al. 
Cancer Invest 1986;4(l):29-42 (115 ref.) 

Pentamethylmelamine: review of an aqueous analog of 
hexamethylmelamine. Foster BJ, et al. 
Cancer Treat Rep 1986 Mar;70(3):383-9 (37 ref.) 

[Pulmonary changes caused by cytostatic drugs] Akoun G, 
et al. Ann Med Interne (Paris) 1985;136(8):671-6 (67 ref.) 
(Eng. Abstr.) (Fre) 



JUL 1986 

[Role of chemotherapy in the treatment of soft tissue sarcoma 
in adults] Bui NB, et al. J Chir (Paris) 1986 Jan;123(l):53-8 
(34 ref.) (Eng. Abstr.) (Fre) 

ANTINEOPLASTIC AGENTS, 
COMBINED 

Current chemotherapy of small cell lung cancer. Livingston 

RB. Chest 1986 Apr;89(4 Suppl):258S-263S (44 ref.) 
Multiple myeloma in the elderly. Cohen HJ. 

Clin Geriatr Med 1985 Nov;l(4):827-55 (97 ref.) 
Current status of treatment of acute leukemia in adults: an 

overview of the Memorial experience and review of 

literature. Clarkson BD, et al. 

CRC Crit Rev Oncol Hematol 1986;4(3):221-48 (68 ref.) 

ANTINUCLEAR FACTORS 

Recent advances in laboratory tests and the significance of 
autoantibodies to nuclear antigens in systemic rheumatic 
diseases. Nakamura RM, et al. Clin Lab Med 1986 Mar; 
6(l):41-53 (71 ref.) 

ANTIPARKINSON AGENTS 

Psychiatric disorders in parkinsonism: 2. Organic cerebral 
states and drug reactions. Harvey NS. Psychosomatics 1986 
Mar;27(3):175-7, 180, 181-4 (75 ref.) 

ANTITOXINS 

[Anti-toxin vaccines] Alouf JE. 

Ann Inst Pasteur Microbiol 1985 Nov-Dec;136B(3):309-21 
(70 ref.) (Fre) 

ANTI-ULCER AGENTS 

Current concepts in clinical therapeutics: peptic ulcer disease. 

Siepler JK, et al. Clin Pharm 1986 Feb;5(2):128-42 (143 

ref.) 
[Omeprazole a drug-blocking proton pump of the parietal 

cells of the stomach] Sosnowski M. Pol Tyg Lek 1985 Dec 

23-30;40(51-52):1469-72 (43 ref.) (Pol) 

[Preventive pharmacological procedures in peptic ulcer] 

Stasiewicz J, et al. Pol Tyg Lek 1985 Dec 23-30; 

40(5 1-52): 1460-4 (48 ref.) (Pol) 

ANTIVIRAL AGENTS 

New antiviral compounds. Streissle G, et al. 

Adv Virus Res 1985;30:83-138 (312 ref.) 
Treatment of mucocutaneous herpes simplex infections. 

Seidlin M, et al. Clin Dermatol 1984 Apr-Jun;2(2):100-16 

(147 ref.) 
[Chemotherapy of herpetic infections] BarinskiJ IF, et al. 

Vopr Virusol 1986 Jan-Feb;31(l):6-18 (116 ref.) (Rus) 
[Antiviral action of antibiotics] Shneider MA, et al. 

Vopr Virusol 1986 Jan-Feb;31(l):18-31 (175 ref.) (Rus) 

ANXIETY DISORDERS 

Differential diagnosis and treatment of panic disorder: a 
medical model perspective. Vittone BJ, et al. 
Aust NZ J Psychiatry 1985 Dec;19(4):330-41 (59 ref.) 

APOLIPOPROTEINS 

Proteolytic processing and compartmentalization of the 
primary translation products of mammalian apolipoprotein 
mRNAs. Gordon JI, et al. CRC Crit Rev Biochem 1986; 
20(1):37-71 (202 ref.) 

APPETITE DISORDERS 

Bulimia: clinical characteristics, development, and etiology. 
Kirkley BG. J Am Diet Assoc 1986 Apr;86(4):468-72, 475 
(55 ref.) 

ARACHIDONIC ACIDS 

Prostaglandins and other arachidonic acid metabolites in the 
kidney. Schlondorff D, et al. Kidney Int 1986 Jan; 
29(1):108-19 (191 ref.) 

[Lipoxygenase catalyzation of arachidonic acid metabolism 
and the effect of its inhibition on anaphylactic reactions] 
Grupe R. Pharmazie 1986 Jan;41(l):7-22 (308 ref.) (Ger) 

ARGININE 

Arginine: biochemistry, physiology, and therapeutic 
implications. Barbul A. JPEN J Parenter Enteral Nutr 1986 
Mar-Apr; 10(2):227-38 (187 ref.) 

ARM 

Upper limb tissue differentiation in the human embryo. Beatty 

E. Hand Gin 1985 Aug;l(3):39 1-403 (58 ref.) 
Z-plasties and related procedures for the hand and upper 

limb. Furnas DW. Hand Clin 1985 Nov;l(4):649-65 (42 

ref.) 
Myocutaneous and fasciocutaneous flaps in the upper limb. 

Him FP, et al. Hand Clin 1985 Nov;l(4):759-68 (35 ref.) 
Vascularized free flap transfer in the upper limb. Ikuta Y. 



JUL 1986 



MEDICAL REVIEWS 



BEHAVIOR, ANIMAL 



Hand din 1985 May;l(2):297-309 (44 ref.) 
Development of the upper limb. Zaleske DJ. Hand Clin 1985 
Aug;l(3):383-90 (50 ref.) 

ARM INJURIES 

Vascularized free flap transfer in the upper limb. Ikuta Y. 
Hand Clin 1985 May;l(2):297-309 (44 ref.) 

ARRHYTHMIA 

[Amiodarone, a class 3 antiarrhythmic agent: current 
electrophysiological and therapeutic aspects] Depelchin P, 
et al. Rer Med Brux 1986 Feb;7(2):92-103 (23 ref.) (Eng. 
Abstr.) (Fre) 

[Clinical pharmacology of tocainide] Dorociak A, et al. 
Pol Tyg Lek 1985 Dec 23-30;40(5 1-52): 1440-4 (39 ref.) 

(Pol) 

ARTERIES 

[Arterial catheterization: insertion sites and complications] 
De Backer D, et al. Rev Med Brux 1986 Feb;7(2):75-9 (35 
ref.) (Eng. Abstr.) (Fre) 

ARTERIOSCLEROSIS 

Aging and atherosclerosis. Teasing out the contributions of 
time, secondary aging, and primary aging. Hazzard WR. 
Clin Geriatr Med 1985 Feb; 1(1):25 1-84 (51 ref.) 

A critical review of adult health maintenance. Part 1: 
Prevention of atherosclerotic diseases. Frame PS. 
J Fam Pract 1986 Apr;22(4):341-6 (58 ref.) 

[Atheroma: which carotids should be surgically treated?] 
Autret A, et al. Presse Med 1986 Feb 8;15(5):205-9 (29 
ref.) (Eng. Abstr.) (Fre) 

ARTHRITIS 

Seronegative spondyloarthropathies and IgA 
glomerulonephritis: a report of four cases and a review 
of the literature. Bruneau C, et al. 
Semin Arthritis Rheum 1986 Feb; 15(3): 179-84 (51 ref.) 

ARTHRITIS, INFECTIOUS 

Equine pediatrics: septic arthritis and osteomyelitis. Martens 
RJ, et al. J Am Vet Med Assoc 1986 Mar 15;188(6):582-5 
(19 ref.) 

ARTHRITIS, RHEUMATOID 

Rheumatoid arthritis: etiopathogenetic considerations. 

Espinoza LR. Clin Lab Med 1986 Mar;6(l):27-40 (46 ref.) 
Clinical pharmacology of very low dose methotrexate for 

use in rheumatoid arthritis. Furst DE. J Rheumatol 1985 

Dec;12 Suppl 12:11-4 (21 ref.) 
Longterm methotrexate therapy in rheumatoid arthritis: a 

review. Kremer JM. J Rheumatol 1985 Dec;12 Suppl 

12:25-8 (13 ref.) 
The immunopathogenesis of rheumatoid arthritis. Trentham 

DE. J Rheumatol 1985 Dec;12 Suppl 12:7-10 (19 ref.) 
Toxicity of low dose methotrexate in rheumatoid arthritis. 

Weinblatt ME. J Rheumatol 1985 Dec;12 Suppl 12:35-9 

(48 ref.) 
Short term efficacy of methotrexate in the treatment of 

rheumatoid arthritis. Willkens RF. J Rheumatol 1985 Dec; 

12 Suppl 12:21-4 (13 ref.) 
[Immunomodulation in the treatment of rheumatoid arthritis] 

Vischer TL. Ther Umsch 1986 Feb;43(2): 144-7 (22 ref.) 

(Eng. Abstr.) (Ger) 

ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE 

Artificial intelligence and medical informatics. Blum BI. 
Med Inf (Lond) 1986 Jan-Mar;ll(l):3-18 (38 ref.) 

ASBESTOSIS 

Asbestos lung disease. Victor LD, et al. Hosp Pract [Off] 
1986 Apr 15;21(4):257-68 (7 ref.) 

ASCORBIC ACID 

Selenium and vitamins A, E, and C: nutrients with cancer 
prevention properties. Watson RR, et al. 
J Am Diet Assoc 1986 Apr;86(4):505-10 (41 ref.) 

ASPARTATE AMINOTRANSFERASE 

Review of pyridoxal phosphate and the transaminases in liver 
disease. Vanderlinde RE. Ann Clin Lab Sci 1986 Mar-Apr; 
16(2):79-93 (78 ref.) 

ASPARTIC ACID 

Neurotransmitters of the cochlea and cochlear nucleus: 

immunocytochemical evidence. Altschuler RA, et al. 

Am J Otolaryngol 1986 Mar- Apr;7(2): 100-6 (59 ref.) 
Excitatory amino acid transmitters in neuronal circuits of 

the cat visual cortex. Tsumoto T, et al. J Neurophysiol 

1986 Mar;55(3):469-83 (61 ref.) 



ASPHYXIA NEONATORUM 

Association between indicators of perinatal asphyxia and 
adverse outcome in the term infant: a methodological 
review. Bryce RL, et al. Neuroepidemiology 1985; 
4(l):24-38 (33 ref.) 

ASTHMA 

Leukotrienes and their possible significance for the 

pathogenesis of asthma. Verhagen J, et al. 

Allergol Immunopathol (Madr) 1985 Nov-Dec;13(6):531-7 

(61 ref.) 
Occupational asthma. Chan-Yeung M, et al. 

Am Rev Respir Dis 1986 Apr;133(4):686-703 (257 ref.) 
Bronchial mucosal mast cells and their implications in the 

pathogenesis of asthma. Holgate ST, et al. 

Bull Eur Physiopathol Respir 1986;22 Suppl 7:39-47 (56 

ref.) 
High molecular weight neutrophil chemotactic activity in 

asthma and related disorders. Kay AB, et al. 

Bull Eur Physiopathol Respir 1986;22 Suppl 7:95-9 (46 ref.) 
Current concepts in clinical therapeutics: asthma. lafrate RP, 

et al. Clin Pharm 1986 Mar;5(3):206-27 (199 ref.) 
Sinusitis and asthma in childhood. Sotomayor JL, et al. 

Hosp Pract [Off] 1986 Apr 15;21(4):129-30, 135-6 (12 ref.) 
The eosinophil and the pathophysiology of asthma. Frigas 

E, et al. J Allergy Clin Immunol 1986 Apr;77(4):527-37 

(81 ref.) 
The use of anti-asthmatic drugs. Do they affect sports 

performance? Fitch KD. Sports Med 1986 Mar-Apr; 

3(2):136-50 (130 ref.) 
[Exercise-induced asthma] Bellon G. Pediatrie 1985 

Oct-Nov;40(7):581-9 (52 ref.) (Fre) 

ATHLETIC INJURIES 

Profiling swimmers. Marino M. Clin Sports Med 1984 Jan; 

3(l):211-29 (86 ref.) 
The treatment of soft tissue after spinal injury. Sawyer M, 

et al. Clin Sports Med 1986 Apr;5(2):387-405 (57 ref.) 
Effectiveness of transcutaneous electrical neural stimulation 

in the treatment of pain. Recommendations for use in the 

treatment of sports injuries. Jensen JE, et al. 

Sports Med 1986 Mar-Apr;3(2):79-88 (38 ref.) 
Achilles tendon lesions in sport. Williams JG. Sports Med 

1986 Mar-Apr;3(2):114-35 (128 ref.) 

ATTENTION DEFICIT DISORDER 
WITH HYPERACTIVITY 

[Early differentiation of infantile cerebral palsy and other 
diseases of the central nervous system] Michatowicz R. 
Pol Tyg Lek 1985 Dec 9;40(49): 1376-9 (21 ref.) (Pol) 

AUTOANTIBODIES 

Autoantibpdy testing: procedures and significance in systemic 

rheumatic diseases. Fritzler MJ. 

Methods Achiev Exp Pathol 1986; 12:224-60 (115 ref.) 
Human antibodies and their use for the study of chromosome 

organization. Valdivia MM, et al. 

Methods Achiev Exp Pathol 1986; 12:200-23 (55 ref.) 
[Circulating anticoagulants. Clinical conditions of diagnosis] 

Godeau P, et al. Rev Med Interne 1985 Dec;6(5):523-41 

(150 ref.) (Fre) 

AUTOIMMUNE DISEASES 

Chronic active hepatitis and related disorders. Larcher V. 

Clin Gastroenterol 1986 Jan;15(l): 173-98 (87 ref.) 
The immunopathogenesis of rheumatoid arthritis. Trentham 

DE. J Rheumatol 1985 Dec;12 Suppl 12:7-10 (19 ref.) 
Autoimmunity to cell membrane receptors. De Baets MH, 

et al. Surv Synth Pathol Res 1985;4(3):185-215 (185 ref.) 

AUTOMATION 

Automatic analysers in clinical biochemistry. Rocks BF, et 
al. Clin Phys Physiol Meas 1986 Feb;7(l):l-29 ( 63 ref.) 

Robots in food systems: a review and assessment of potential 
uses. Adams EA, et al. J Am Diet Assoc 1986 Apr; 
86(4):476-80 (24 ref.) 

AUTONOMIC NERVOUS SYSTEM 

[Nervous regulation of the metabolism] Niijima A. 
Nippon Seirigaku Zasshi 1985;47(12):735-45 (62 ref.) 

(Jpn) 

AVIAN LEUKOSIS-SARCOMA 
VIRUSES 

The role of avian retroviral LTRs in the regulation of gene 
expression and viral replication. Ju G, et al. 
Adv Virus Res 1985;30:179-223 (175 ref.) 

AXONS 

Multiple axon collaterals of single corticospinal axons in the 
cat spinal cord. Shinoda Y, et al. J Neurophysiol 1986 Mar; 
55(3):425-48 (59 ref.) 



BACILLUS THURINGIENSIS 

Bacillus thuringiensis and related insect pathogens. Aronson 
Al, et al. Microbiol Rev 1986 Mar; 50(1): 1-24 (189 ref.) 

BACKACHE 

The treatment of soft tissue after spinal injury. Sawyer M, 
et al. Clin Sports Med 1986 Apr;5(2):387-405 (57 ref.) 

Epidural steroid injections for low back pain and lumbosacral 
radiculopathy. Benzon HT. Pain 1986 Mar;24(3):277-95 (87 
ref.) 

BACTERIA 

How bacteria grow and divide in spite of internal hydrostatic 

pressure. Koch AL. Can J Microbiol 1985 Dec; 

31(12):1071-84 (49 ref.) 
Bacterial chemotaxis and vertebrate olfaction. Kleene SJ. 

Experientia 1986 Mar 15;42(3):241-50 (144 ref.) 
Structure, biosynthesis, and physicochemical properties of 

archaebacterial lipids. De Rosa M, et al. Microbiol Rev 

1986 Mar;50(l):70-80 (117 ref.) 
The antimicrobial activities of trimethoprim and 

sulfonamides. Burman LG. Scand J Infect Dis 1986; 

18(1):3-13 (51 ref.) 

BACTERIAL INFECTIONS 

Polysaccharide vaccines. Austrian R. 

Ann Inst Pasteur Microbiol 1985 Nov-Dec; 

136B(3):295-307 (77 ref.) 
Bacterial diarrhoea. Gracey M. Clin Gastroenterol 1986 Jan; 

15(l):21-37 (H7 ref.) 
Intestinal motility and its disorders. Milla PJ. 

Clin Gastroenterol 1986 Jan;15(l):121-36 (51 ref.) 
Necrotising enterocolitis. de Louvois J. J Hosp Infect 1986 

Jan;7(l):4-12 (52 ref.) 
The use of furoxone: a perspective. Phillips KF, et al. 

J Int Med Res 1986;14(l):19-29 (73 ref.) 
[Anti-toxin vaccines] Alouf JE. 

Ann Inst Pasteur Microbiol 1985 Nov-Dec;136B(3):309-21 

(70 ref.) (Fre) 

[Septic risk after splenectomy: indications for prevention] 

Bouza E, et al. Med Clin (Bare) 1986 Jan 11;86(1):25-30 

(175 ref.) (Spa) 

BACTERIAL VACCINES 

Polysaccharide vaccines. Austrian R. 

Ann Inst Pasteur Microbiol 1985 Nov-Dec; 

136B(3):295-307 (77 ref.) 
The status of vaccines to meningococcal and gonococcal 

disease. Gotschlich EC. Ann Inst Pasteur Microbiol 1985 

Nov-Dec; 136B(3):341-55 (114 ref.) 
[Anti-toxin vaccines] Alouf JE. 

Ann Inst Pasteur Microbiol 1985 Nov-Dec; 136B(3):309-21 

(70 ref.) (Fre) 

BACTERIOPHAGES 

[Bacteriophage typing of Klebsiella. I. Role of Klebsiella 
surface structures in bacteriophage binding] 
Przondo-Hessek A. Postepy Hig Med Dosw 1985 May-Jun; 
39(3):264-310 (185 ref.) (Eng. Abstr.) (Pol) 

BAND 3 PROTEIN 

Molecular aspects of band 3 protein-mediated anion transport 
across the red blood cell membrane. Passow H. 
Rev Physiol Biochem Pharmacol 1986;103:61-203 (371 ref.) 

BASAL GANGLIA 

The nucleus basalis of Meynert. Ezrin-Waters C, et al. 
Can J Neurol Sci 1986 Feb;13(l):8-14 (62 ref.) 

BASAL GANGLIA DISEASES 

Depot neuroleptics: side effects and safety. Marder SR. 

J Clin Psychopharmacol 1986 Feb;6(l Suppl):24S-29S (36 

ref.) 
Phenothiazine and butyrophenone intoxication in children. 

Knight ME, et al. Pediatr Clin North Am 1986 Apr; 

33(2):299-309 (37 ref.) 

BEHAVIOR 

Cocaine update: from bench to bedside. Gold MS, et al. 

Adv Alcohol Subst Abuse 1985 Fall-1986 Winter; 

5(l-2):35-60 (80 ref.) 
[Significance of the concepts of stress and behavioral type 

in epidemiologic population research on cardiovascular 

diseases] Ivan A, et al. 

Rev Med Chir Soc Med Nat lasi 1985 Jul-Sep;89(3):537-41 

(0 ref.) (Rum) 

BEHAVIOR, ANIMAL 

Odor-guided behavior in mammals, Doty RL. Experientia 

1986 Mar 15;42(3):257-71 (212 ref.) 
Neural correlates of odor-guided behaviors. Pager J. 

Experientia 1986 Mar 15;42(3):250-6 (49 ref.) 



BEHAVIOR THERAPY 
BEHAVIOR THERAPY 

A review of treatment research for aggressive and disruptive 

behavior in the mentally retarded. Matson JL, et al. 

Appl Res Ment Retard 1986;7(1):95-103 (13 ref.) 
Social skills training: an effective treatment for unipolar 

non-psychotic depression? Jackson HJ, et al. 

Aust NZ J Psychiatry 1985 Dec;19(4):342-53 (52 ref.) 
Behavioral remediation of chronic pain: a status report. 

Linton SJ. Pain 1986 Feb;24(2):125-41 (29 ref.) 

BENZENE 

[The hematopoietic system in laboratory animals exposed to 
benzene] Moszczynski P, et al. Med Pr 1985;36(5):3 16-24 
(56 ref.) (Eng. Abstr.) (Pol) 

BENZIMIDAZOLES 

[Omeprazole a drug-blocking proton pump of the parietal 
cells of the stomach] Sosnowski M. Pol Tyg Lek 1985 Dec 
23-30;40(5 1-52): 1469-72 (43 ref.) (Pol) 

BENZODIAZEPINE TRANQUILIZERS 

[Pharmacology and clinical aspects of benzodiazepines] 
Mendlewicz J, et al. Encephale 1985 Nov-Dec;ll(6):255-9 
(42 ref.) (Eng. Abstr.) (Fre) 

BENZOFURANS 

[Amiodarone, a class 3 antiarrhythmic agent: current 
electrophysiological and therapeutic aspects] Depelchin P, 
et al. Rev Med Brux 1986 Feb;7(2):92-103 (23 ref.) (Eng. 
Abstr.) (Fre) 

BERBINES 

Instability of chromosomes and alkaloid content in cell lines 
derived from single protoplasts of cultured Coptis japonica 
cells. Yamada Y, et al. Curr Top Dev Biol 1986;20:409-17 
(19 ref.) 

BILE 

[Consequences of cholecystectomy (2)] Capron JP, et al. 
Gastroenterol Clin Biol 1986 Jan;10(l):57-65 (180 ref.) 

(Fre) 

BILE ACIDS AND SALTS 

[Consequences of cholecystectomy (2)] Capron JP, et al. 
Gastroenterol Clin Biol 1986 Jan;10(l):57-65 (180 ref.) 

(Fre) 

BILE DUCT NEOPLASMS 

[Benign tumors of the gallbladder and extrahepatic bile ducts 
(a review of the literature)] Malinovskil NN, et al. 
Khirurgiia (Mosk) 1986 Feb;(2):132-7 (61 ref.) (Rus) 

BILE DUCTS 

Abnormalities of the biliary tree. Kamath KR. 
Clin Gastroenterol 1986 Jan;15(l):157-72 (49 ref.) 

BILIARY TRACT 

Autoreactivity against biliary tract antigens in primary biliary 
cirrhosis. McFarlane IG. Mol Aspects Med 1985; 
8(3):249-67 (48 ref.) 

BILIARY TRACT DISEASES 

Abnormalities of the biliary tree. Kamath KR. 
Clin Gastroenterol 1986 Jan; 15(1): 157-72 (49 ref.) 

[Antibacterial therapy in surgery of the biliary tract (a review 
of the literature)] Ermolov AS, et al. Khirurgiia (Mosk) 
1986 Feb;(2): 137-42 (80 ref.) (Rus) 

BIOCOMPATIBLE MATERIALS 

An introduction to biocompatibility. Ringoir S, et al. 

Artif Organs 1986 Feb;10(l):20-7 (109 ref.) 
Biomaterial aspects of calcium phosphates. Properties and 

applications. Jarcho M. Dent Clin North Am 1986 Jan; 

30(l):25-47 (116 ref.) 
Biomaterials, biocompatibility, and peri-implant 

considerations. Lemons J, et al. Dent Clin North Am 1986 

Jan;30(l):3-23 (81 ref.) 
Biomaterial aspects of Interpore-200 porous hydroxyapatite. 

White E, et al. Dent Clin North Am 1986 Jan;30(l):49-67 

(45 ref.) 

BIOLOGICAL PRODUCTS 

[Mediators of the immune response and inflammation] Dayer 
JM. Ther Umsch 1986 Feb;43(2):94-102 (9 ref.) (Eng. 
Abstr.) (Fre) 

BIOPROSTHESIS 

[Dura mater bioprosthesis (1971-1982-1985)] Grinberg M. 
Arq Bras Cardiol 1985 Jul;45(l):69-74 (92 ref.) (Por) 



BIOTRANSFORMATION 

Metabolic activation of procarcinogens by subcellular 
enzyme fractions in the C3H 10T1/2 and BALB/c 3T3 
cell transformation systems. Schechtman LM. 
IARC Sci Publ 1985;67: 137-62 (62 ref.) 

BLADDER 

Bladder substitution in children. Robertson CN, et al. 

Urol Clin North Am 1986 May;13(2):333-44 (38 ref.) 
Right colocystoplasty for bladder replacement. Zinman L, 

et al. Urol Clin North Am 1986 May;13(2):321-31 (41 ref.) 

BLADDER EXSTROPHY 

Carcinogenesis in ureterosigmoidostomy. Gittes RF. 
Urol Clin North Am 1986 May;13(2):201-5 (19 ref.) 

BLASTOMYCOSIS 

Comparative epidemiology of four deep mycoses a review. 
Schwarz J. Mykosen 1986 Jan;29(l):5-9 (26 ref.) 

BLOOD 

Hemorheology: pathophysiological significance. Stoltz JF. 
Acta Med Port 1985 Jul-Aug;6(7-8):S4-13 (67 ref.) 

BLOOD BANKS 

The blood bank as a source of hematopoietic stem cells. 
Lasky LC. Prog Clin Biol Res 1986;211:199-225 (98 ref.) 

BLOOD CHEMICAL ANALYSIS 

Automatic analysers in clinical biochemistry. Rocks BF, et 
al. Clin Phys Physiol Meas 1986 Feb;7(l):l-29 ( 63 ref.) 

BLOOD CIRCULATION 

Physiology of venous return. An unappreciated boost to the 
heart. Rothe CF. Arch Intern Med 1986 May;146(5):977-82 
(52 ref.) 

BLOOD COAGULATION 

Coagulation and immunology. Saba SR, et al. 
Clin Lab Med 1986 Mar;6(l): 157-65 (57 ref.) 

[Circulating anticoagulants. Clinical conditions of diagnosis] 
Godeau P, et al. Rev Med Interne 1985 Dec;6(5):523-41 
(150 ref.) (Fre) 

BLOOD COAGULATION DISORDERS 

[Circulating anticoagulants. Clinical conditions of diagnosis] 
Godeau P, et al. Rev Med Interne 1985 Dec;6(5):523-41 
(150 ref.) (Fre) 

BLOOD COAGULATION FACTORS 

[Circulating anticoagulants. Clinical conditions of diagnosis] 
Godeau P, et al. Rev Med Interne 1985 Dec;6(5):523-41 
(150 ref.) (Fre) 

BLOOD GAS ANALYSIS 

History of blood gas analysis. II. pH and acid-base balance 
measurements. Severinghaus JW, et al. J Clin Monit 1985 
Oct;l(4):259-77 (82 ref.) 

BLOOD PLATELET DISORDERS 

Platelet granule disorders. White JG. 
CRC Crit Rev Oncol Hematol 1986;4(4):337-77 (120 ref.) 

BLOOD PLATELETS 

Thrombocyte involvement in immune inflammatory 

reactions. Oxholm P, et al. Allergy 1986 Jan;41(l):l-10 (59 

ref.) 
Platelet granule disorders. White JG. 

CRC Crit Rev Oncol Hematol 1986;4(4):337-77 (120 ref.) 
Radiolabeled leukocytes and platelets. Datz FL. 

Invest Radiol 1986 Mar;2 1(3): 19 1-200 (97 ref.) 
Are the vascular complications of diabetes mellitus preceded 

by an altered thromboxane/prostacyclin plasrnatic ratio? 

Tomasi V, et al. Med Hypotheses 1986 Mar;19(3):229-41 

(46 ref.) 
Prevention of platelet alloimmunization. Slichter SJ. 

Prog Clin Biol Res 1986;21 1:83-1 16 (91 ref.) 
Platelet function in the myelodysplastic syndromes. Rasi V, 

et al. Scand J Haematol [Suppl] 1986;45:71-3 (11 ref.) 
[Functional activity of thrombocytes in newborn infants] 

Shabalov NP, et al. Pediatriia 1986 Feb;(2):65-8 (89 ref.) 

(Rus) 

BLOOD PRESSURE 

Abnormalities in blood pressure homeostasis that contribute 
to falls in the elderly. Lipsitz LA. Clin Geriatr Med 1985 
Aug;l(3):637-48 (42 ref.) 

Alcohol usage and blood pressure: a review. Gleiberman L, 
et al. Hum Biol 1986 Feb;58(l):l-31 (76 ref.) 



JUL 1986 

[Calcium and hypertension] Grzesiuk W. Kardiol Pol 1985; 
28(6):415-21 (54 ref.) (Pol) 



BLOOD 

[Establishment of the time of formation of blood stains] 
Turebaev ON. Sud Med Ekspert 1986 Jan-Mar;29(l):47-9 
(43 ref.) (Rus) 

BLOOD TRANSFUSION 

Prevention of platelet alloimmunization. Slichter SJ. 
Prog Clin Biol Res 1986;21 1:83-1 16 (91 ref.) 

BLOOD VESSEL PROSTHESIS 

Endothelial cell seeding of synthetic vascular prostheses. 

Stanley JC, et al. Acta Chir Scand [Suppl] 1985;529: 17-27 

(48 ref.) 
Morphology of healing in vascular prostheses. Rahlf G, et 

al. Thorac Cardiovasc Surg 1986 Feb;34(l):43-8 (45 ref.) 

BLOOM SYNDROME 

Cytogenetics of Bloom's syndrome. Kuhn EM, et al. 
Cancer Genet Cytogenet 1986 May;22(l):l-18 (73 ref.) 

BODY COMPOSITION 

The effects of varying energy and nitrogen intake on nitrogen 
balance, body composition, and metabolic rate. Edens NK, 
et al. Clin Chest Med 1986 Mar;7(l):3-17 (100 ref.) 

The body composition profile. Techniques of measurement 
and applications. Katch FI, et al. Clin Sports Med 1984 
Jan;3(l):31-63 (43 ref.) 

BODY TEMPERATURE REGULATION 

Central and peripheral thermal control of effectors in 
homeothermic temperature regulation. Simon E, et al. 
Physiol Rev 1986 Apr;66(2):235-300 (445 ref.) 

BODY WATER 

Metabolic complications of urologic intestinal substitutes. 
Kosko JW, et al. Urol Clin North Am 1986 May; 
13(2):193-200 (48 ref.) 

BONE AND BONES 

[Protein and polypeptide growth factors bone- and 
cartilage-derived growth factors] Suzuki F. 
Nippon Rinsho 1986 Jan;44(l):77-83 (30 ref.) (Jpn) 

BONE CYSTS 

[Developmental fossula of the salivary gland on the lingual 
face of the mandible. Description of a case and a review 
of the literature] Lissia M, et al. Minerva Stomatol 1986 
Mar;35(3): 175-80 (37 ref.) (Eng. Abstr.) (Ita) 

BONE DEVELOPMENT 

[Hormonal regulation of bone tissue and skeletal tumors] 
Smirnova IO, et al. Arkh Patol 1986;48(l):82-6 (50 ref.) 
(Eng. Abstr.) (Rus) 

BONE MARROW 

Allogeneic bone marrow transplantation for acute leukemia 

in children. A short review. Masotti A, et al. 

Haematologica (Pavia) 1985 Nov-Dec;70(6):536-44 (49 ref.) 
Human test tube bone marrow. Wright DG, et al. 

Prog Clin Biol Res 1986;21 1:1 35-57 (47 ref.) 
The myelodysplastic syndromes. Part I. What are they? Part 

II. Classification. Gallon DA. Scand J Haematol [Suppl] 

1986;45:11-20 (32 ref.) 
Sideroblasts in myelodysplasia: their nature and clinical 

significance. Hast R. Scand J Haematol [Suppl] 1986; 

45:53-5 (18 ref.) 
Prognostic factors in the myelodysplastic syndromes: a 

review. Tricot G, et al. Scand J Haematol [Suppl] 1986; 

45:107-13 (32 ref.) 
[Neoplastic transformation of the pluripotential stem cell. II. 

Regeneration and differentiation of populations of leukemic 

blast cells] Rupniewska ZM. Acta Haematol Pol 1985 

Jan-Jun;16(l-2):102-8 (75 ref.) (Pol) 

[The hematopoietic system in laboratory animals exposed to 

benzene] Moszczynski P, et al. Med Pr 1985;36(5):316-24 

(56 ref.) (Eng. Abstr.) (Pol) 

BONE NEOPLASMS 

Giant cell tumor of bone. Eckardt JJ, et al. Clin Orthop 1986 

Mar;(204):45-58 (49 ref.) 
Characterization of cells from human giant cell tumors of 

bone. Goldring SR, et al. Clin Orthop 1986 Mar;(204):59-75 

(84 ref.) 
Surgical stabilization of pathological neoplastic fractures. 

Colyer RA. Curr Probl Cancer 1986 Mar; 10(3): 11 7-68 (45 

ref.) 
Metallic ion release and its relationship to oncogenesis. Black 

J. Hip 1985;:199-213 (77 ref.) 
[Hormonal regulation of bone tissue and skeletal tumors] 



JUL 1986 

Smirnova IO, et al. Arkfa Patol 1986;48(l):82-6 (50 ref.) 
(Eng. Abstr.) (Rus) 

BORIC ACIDS 

Boric acid toxicity. Siegel E, et al. 
Pediatr Clin North Am 1986 Apr;33(2):363-7 (28 ref.) 

BRAIN 

Buspirone: review of its pharmacology and current 

perspectives on its mechanism of action. Eison AS, et al. 

Am J Med 1986 Mar 31;80(3B):l-9 (54 ref.) 
Glutamate and the pathophysiology of hypoxic ischemic 

brain damage. Rothman SM, et al. Ann Neurol 1986 Feb; 

19(2):105-11 (78 ref.) 
Energy supply of the central nervous system. Siebert G, et 

al. Bibl Nutr Dieta 1986;(38):l-26 (62 ref.) 
Growth hormone, somatomedin and prolactin relationship 

to brain function. Laron Z, et al. Brain Dev 1985; 

7(6):559-67 (42 ref.) 
Enzymology of DNA replication and repair in the brain. 

Suenzle CC. Brain Res 1985 Dec;357(3):231-45 ( 10 ref.) 
The aging brain. Vernadakis A. Clin Geriatr Med 1985 Feb: 

l(l):61-94 (241 ref.) 
Transitory differentiation of matrix cells and its functional 

role in the morphogenesis of the developing vertebrate 

CNS. Fujita S. Curr Top Dev Biol 1986;20:223-42 (49 ref.) 
Neural correlates of odor-guided behaviors. Pager J. 

Experientia 1986 Mar 15;42(3):250-6 (49 ref.) 
Use of serotonergic agents in the clinical assessment of central 

serotonin function. Murphy DL, et al. 

J Clin Psychiatry 1986 Apr;47 Suppl:9-15 (77 ref.) 
Positron emission tomography. Cohen RM, et al. 

Psychiatr Clin North Am 1986 Mar;9(l):63-79 (22 ref.) 
The two-syndrome concept and neuroendocrinology of 

schizophrenia. Crow TJ, et al. Psychiatr Clin North Am 

1986 Mar;9(l):99-113 (74 ref.) 
Relationship between CT scan findings and 

neuropsychological performance in chronic schizophrenia. 

Zee RF, et al. Psychiatr Clin North Am 1986 Mar; 

9(1):49-61 (33 ref.) 
[Lithium and cerebral functions] Marchand MP. 

Encephale 1985 Nov-Dec;ll(6):235-46 (88 ref.) (Eng. 

Abstr.) (Fre) 

[Neurotropic action of adrenocorticotropic hormone] Louis 

JC, et al. Presse Med 1986 Feb 1;15(4):1 57-60 (24 ref.) 

(Eng. Abstr.) (Fre) 

[Antidepressant drugs and central rnonoaminergic receptors] 

Asakura M, et al. Yakubutsu Seishin Kodo 1985 Dec; 

5(4):303-19 (143 ref.) (Eng. Abstr.) (Jpn) 

[Interaction of antidepressive drugs and classical 

antihistaminics with central histamine receptors: facts and 

theories] Nowak JZ, et al. Postepy Hig Med Dosw 1985 

May-Jun;39(3):311-48 (182 ref.) (Eng. Abstr.) (Pol) 

BRAIN CHEMISTRY 

Postmortem neurochemistry in schizophrenia. Bracha HS, 
et al. Psychiatr Clin North Am 1986 Mar;9(l):133-41 (38 
ref.) 

BRAIN DISEASES 

Neurologic complications of renal failure. Trompeter RS, 
et al. Am J Kidney Dis 1986 Apr;7(4):3 18-23 (30 ref.) 

BRAIN DISEASES, METABOLIC 

[Early differentiation of infantile cerebral palsy and other 
diseases of the central nervous system] Michalowicz R. 
Pol Tyg Lek 1985 Dec 9;40(49): 1376-9 (21 ref.) (Pol) 

BRAIN INJURIES 

Brain damage and neuroplasticity: mechanisms of recovery 

or development? Finger S, et al. Brain Res 1985 Dec; 

357(3): 177-86 (63 ref.) 
The therapeutic effects of drugs in injured central nervous 

system. Pappius HM. Cent Nerv Syst Trauma 1985 Summer; 

2(2):93-8 (60 ref.) 
Pathophysiology of cerebrospinal fluid in head injury: Part 

1. Pathological changes in cerebrospinal fluid solute 

composition after traumatic injury. Bakay RA, et al. 

Neurosurgery 1986 Feb;18(2):234-43 (162 ref.) 

BRAIN NEOPLASMS 

Development of nitrosourea-induced brain tumours with 
a special note on changes occurring during latency. Lantos 
PL. Food Chem Toxicol 1986 Feb;24(2):121-7 (63 ref.) 

BREAST 

[Steroid substances estrogen, progesterone and cell 
proliferation] Okada H, et al. Nippon Rinsho 1986 Jan; 
44(1): 130-4 (30 ref.) (Jpn) 

BREAST FEEDING 

Breast-feeding the premature infant. Lemons P, et al. 
Clin Perinator 1986 Mar;13(l):lll-22 (70 ref.) 



BREAST NEOPLASMS 

Some changing concepts of the natural history of human 
mammary cancer and their effect on diagnosis and 
treatment. Tagnon HJ. Eur J Cancer Clin Oncol 1986 Jan; 
22(l):123-8 (17 ref.) 

Modern surgical treatment of breast cancer. Lesnick G. 
Jpn J Surg 1985 Nov;15(6):420-6 (7 ref.) 

[Clinical pharmacology of mitoxantrone] Robak T, et al. 
Pol Tyg Lek 1985 Dec 23-30;40(5 1-52): 1473-5 (26 ref.) 

(Pol) 

[Self-examination of the breast] Mikhaflov EA. 
Vopr Onkol 1986;32(3):9-17 (77 ref.) (Rus) 

BRONCHI 

Non-adrenergic bronchodilatation. Barnes PJ, et al. 

Bull Eur Physiopathol Respir 1986;22 Suppl 7:153-61 (65 

ref.) 
Bronchial mucosal mast cells and their implications in the 

pathogenesis of asthma. Holgate ST, et al, 

Bull Eur Physiopathol Respir 1986;22 Suppl 7:39-47 (56 

ref.) 
The generation of prostaglandins by human lung and their 

effects on airway function in man. Robinson C, et al. 

Bull Eur Physiopathol Respir 1986;22 Suppl 7:81-90 (42 

ref.) 
In-vivo and in-vitro responsiveness of bronchial smooth 

muscle. Snashall PD. Bull Eur Physiopathol Respir 1986; 

22 Suppl 7:212-25 (26 ref.) 

BRONCHIAL DISEASES 

Role of the parasympathetic nervous system and of 
cholinergic mechanisms in bronchial hyperreactivity. Hahn 
HL. Bull Eur Physiopathol Respir 1986;22 Suppl 7:112-42 
(123 ref.) 

BRONCHOSCOPY 

Endobronchial management of lung cancer. Cortese DA. 
Chest 1986 Apr;89(4 Suppl):234S-236S (34 ref.) 

BUNYAVIRUS INFECTIONS 

Bunyavirus pathogenesis. Parsonson IM, et al. 
Adv Virus Res 1985;30:279-316 (167 ref.) 

BURNS 

Fluid resuscitation of the thermally injured patient. Current 
concepts with definition of clinical subsets and their 
specialized treatment. Rubin WD, et al. Clin Plast Surg 
1986 Jan;13(l):9-20 ( 71 ref.) 

Burns. Shankar PS. Q Med Rev 1984 Oct;35(4):l-32 (52 ref.) 

BUTYROPHENONES 

Phenothiazine and butyrophenone intoxication in children. 
Knight ME, et al. Pediatr Clin North Am 1986 Apr; 
33(2):299-309 (37 ref.) 

CAERULEIN 

Caerulein and its analogues: neuropharmacological 
properties. Zetler G. Peptidcs 1985;6 Suppl 3:33-46 (197 
ref.) 

CALCITONIN 

Alternative routes of peptide hormone administration. 

Pontiroli AE, et al. Spec Top Endocrinol Metab 1985; 

7:77-99 (120 ref.) 
[Protein and polypeptide growth factors parathyroid 

hormone and calcitonin] Ikeda K, et al. Nippon Rinsho 1986 

Jan;44(l): 100-7 (42 ref.) (Jpn) 

CALCITRIOL 

Are recent findings on 1,25-dihydroxycholecalciferol 
metabolism relevant for the pathogenesis of uremia? Merke 
J, et al. Nephron 1986;42(4):277-84 (98 ref.) 

CALCIUM 

Role of calcium in pathogenesis of acute renal failure. Humes 

HD. Am J Physiol 1986 Apr;250(4 Pt 2):F579-89 (91 ref.) 
A model for receptor-regulated calcium entry. Putney JW 

Jr. Cell Calcium 1986 Feb;7(l):l-12 (37 ref.) 
The role of calcium in spinal cord injury. Young W. 

Cent Nerv Syst Trauma 1985 Summer;2(2):109-14 (39 ref.) 
Ca2+ compartments in saponin-skinned cultured vascular 

smooth muscle cells. Yamamoto H, et al. 

J Gen Physiol 1986 Mar;87(3):369-89 (41 ref.) 
Cellular mechanism of hormone action in the kidney: 

messenger function of calcium and cyclic AMP. Rasmussen 

H, et al. Kidney Int 1986 Jan;29(l):90-7 (60 ref.) 
The calcium messenger system (2). Rasmussen H. 

N Engl J Med 1986 May 1;314(18):1164-70 (36 ref.) 
The calcium messenger system (1). Rasmussen H. 

N Engl J Med 1986 Apr 24;3 14(17): 1094-101 (40 ref.) 
Interactions of vitamin E and calcium in chemical 

cytotoxicity. Nutr Rev 1986 Mar;44(3):117-8 (7 ref.) 
[Calcium and hypertension] Grzesiuk W. Kardiol Pol 1985; 



CARCINOMA, OAT CELL 

28(6):415-21 (54 ref.) (Pol) 

CALCIUM CHANNEL BLOCKERS 

Advances in calcium blocker therapy. Larach DR, et al. 

Am J Surg 1986 Apr;151(4):527-37 (54 ref.) 
Calcium channel blockers and treatment of hypertension. 

Lam YW, et al. Drug Intell Clin Pharm 1986 Mar; 

20(3): 187-98 (110 ref.) 
Review of calcium-channel blockers. Stowe HO. 

Nurse Pract 1986 Apr;ll(4):57-8, 60, 65 (21 ref.) 
[Calcium channel blockers in the treatment of arterial 

hypertension] Rabat M. Pol Tyg Lek 1985 Dec 23-30; 

40(51-52):1456-9 (46 ref.) (Pol) 

CALCIUM PHOSPHATES 

Biomaterial aspects of calcium phosphates. Properties and 
applications. Jarcho M. Dent Clin North Am 1986 Jan; 
30(l):25-47 (116 ref.) 

CALORIC INTAKE 

Principles and indications of hypocaloric parenteral nutrition. 
Lohlein D. World J Surg 1986 Feb;10(l):64-71 (43 ref.) 

CAMPHOR 

Camphor toxicity. Siegel E, et al. Pediatr Clin North Am 

1986 Apr;33(2):375-9 (24 ref.) 

CAMPYLOBACTER INFECTIONS 

Pathophysiology of Campylobacter enteritis. Walker RI, et 
al. Microbiol Rev 1986 Mar;50(l):81-94 (193 ref.) 

CANDIDIASIS, ORAL 

Nutritional factors and oral candidosis. Samaranayake LP. 
J Oral Pathol 1986 Feb;15(2):61-5 (59 ref.) 

CARBOHYDRATES 

Carbohydrate digestion: development in early infancy. 
Lebenthal E, et al. Clin Perinatol 1986 Mar;13(l):37-55 
(107 ref.) 

CARBON DIOXIDE 

Diffusion with chemical reaction in biological systems. 
Stroeve P. Adv Exp Med Biol 1985;191:45-61 (62 ref.) 

CARBOXY-LYASES 

Porphyria cutanea tarda, or the uroporphyrinogen 
decarboxylase deficiency diseases. Sweeney GD. 
Clin Biochem 1986 Feb;19(l):3-15 (115 ref.) 

CARCINOGENS 

Neoplastic transformation in cell cultures: in-vitro/in-vivo 

correlations. Bertram JS. IARC Sci Publ 1985;67:77-91 (74 

ref.) 
Relationship between in-vitro cell transformation and 

in-vivo carcinogenesis based on available data on the 

effects of chemicals. Kuroki T, et al. IARC Sci Publ 1985; 

67:93-118 (62 ref.) 
Metabolic activation of procarcinogens by subcellular 

enzyme fractions in the C3H 10T1/2 and BALB/c 3T3 

cell transformation systems. Schechtman LM. 

IARC Sci Publ 1985;67: 137-62 (62 ref.) 
[Interaction of alcohol with the liver, nutrition, drugs and 

carcinogens] Lieber CS. Gastroenterol Clin Biol 1985 Dec; 

9(12):893-8 (41 ref.) (Fre) 

CARCINOGENS, ENVIRONMENTAL 

Identification of environmental carcinogens utilizing T-cell 

mediated immunity. Stevens RH, et al. Med Hypotheses 

1986 Mar;19(3):267-85 (55 ref.) 
[Carcinogenic effect of ionizing radiation in combination with 

chemical and other physical agents] Vasilenklo Ha, et al. 

Vopr Onkol 1986;32(2):3-14 (61 ref.) (Rus) 

CARCINOMA 

Surgical adjuvant therapy of non-small cell lung cancer. 

Holmes EC. Chest 1986 Apr;89(4 Suppl):295S-300S (42 

ref.) 
Nonsurgical combined modality therapies in non-small cell 

lung cancer. Klastersky J, et al. Chest 1986 Apr;89(4 

Suppl):289S-294S (67 ref.) 

CARCINOMA, OAT CELL 

Radiotherapy for small cell lung cancer. Bleehen NM. 

Chest 1986 Apr;89(4 Suppl):268S-276S (66 ref.) 
Recent advances in the biology of small cell lung cancer. 

Carney DN. Chest 1986 Apr;89(4 Suppl):253S-257S (42 

ref.) 
Tumor markers in patients with lung cancer. Hansen M, et 

al. Chest 1986 Apr;89(4 Suppl):219S-224S (67 ref.) 
Current chemotherapy of small cell lung cancer. Livingston 

RB. Chest 1986 Apr;89(4 Suppl):258S-263S (44 ref.) 



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MEDICAL REVIEWS 



JUL 1986 



Surgery of small cell lung cancer. Shields TW. Chest 1986 

Apr;89(4 Suppl):264S-267S (32 ref.) 
Small cell carcinoma of the lung. Johnson DH, et al. 

CRC Crit Rev Oncol Hematol 1986;4(4):303-36 (232 ref.) 

CARCINOMA, SQUAMOUS CELL 

Tumors of the heart. Smith C. Arch Pathol Lab Med 1986 

May;110(5):371-4 (52 ref.) 
Endobronchial management of lung cancer. Cortese DA. 

Chest 1986 Apr;89(4 Suppl):234S-236S (34 ref.) 
Non-small cell lung cancer. Role of radiation therapy. Cox 

JD. Chest 1986 Apr;89(4 Suppl):284S-288S (28 ref.) 

CARDIAC GLYCOSIDES 

[Glycoside poisoning: some aspects of the problem] 
Gendenshteln El, et al. Ter Arkh 1986;58(l):125-7 (54 ref.) 

(Rus) 

CARDIOTONIC AGENTS 

Milrinone, a new agent for the treatment of congestive heart 
failure. Hasegawa GR. Clin Pharm 1986 Mar;5(3):201-5 
(44 ref.) 

CARDIOVASCULAR AGENTS 

Cardiovascular drugs. I: Antidysrhythmic drugs. Wettrell G, 
et al. Ther Drug Monit 1986;8(l):59-77 (252 ref.) 

CARDIOVASCULAR DISEASES 

Psychological etiology in cardiovascular disorders. Basic 

findings and new trends. Mertens C. 

Acta Psychiatr Belg 1986 Jan-Feb;86(l):5-21 (58 ref.) 
Fish oil consumption and decreased risk of cardiovascular 

disease: a comparison of findings from animal and human 

feeding trials. Herold PM, et al. Am J dm Nutr 1986 Apr; 

43(4):566-98 (79 ref.) 
Advances in calcium blocker therapy. Larach DR, et al. 

Am J Surg 1986 Apr;151(4):527-37 (54 ref.) 
[Peripheral dopaminergic receptor agonists as potential drugs 

in diseases of the circulatory system] Kostowski W. 

Pol Tyg Lek 1985 Dec 23-30;40(51-52):1448-51 (35 ref.) 

(Pol) 
[Significance of the concepts of stress and behavioral type 

in epidemiologic population research on cardiovascular 

diseases] Ivan A, et al. 

Rev Med Chir Soc Med Nat lasi 1985 Jul-Sep;89(3):537-41 

(0 ref.) (Rum) 

CARDIOVASCULAR SYSTEM 

1985 Armstrong lecture. Cardiovascular receptors and fluid 

volume control. Meehan JP. Aviat Space Environ Med 1986 

Mar;57(3):267-75 (64 ref.) 
Enteral nutritional support. Metabolic, cardiovascular, and 

pulmonary interrelations. Heymsfield SB, et al. 

Clin Chest Med 1986 Mar;7(l):41-67 (60 ref.) 
Cardiovascular profiling. Squires RW, et al. 

Qin Sports Med 1984 Jan;3(l):]l-29 (48 ref.) 
Suitability of urethane anesthesia for physiopharmacological 

investigations in various systems. Part 2: Cardiovascular 

system. Maggi CA, et al. Experientia 1986 Mar 15; 

42(3):292-7 (59 ref.) 
Aging and the cardiovascular system. Docherty JR. 

J Auton Pharmacol 1986 Mar;6(l):77-84 (72 ref.) 
Cardiovascular actions of dietary polyunsaturates and related 

mechanisms. A state-of-the-art-review. Hoffmann P. 

Prostaglandins Leukotrienes Med 1986 Feb;21(2):113-47 

(112 ref.) 

CAROTID ARTERIES 

Carotid surgery in stroke prevention. Sheng FC, et al. 
Am Fam Physician 1986 Apr;33(4):109-24 (58 ref.) 

The tortuous or kinked carotid artery: pathogenesis and 
clinical considerations. A historical review. Leipzig TJ, et 
al. Surg Neurpl 1986 May;25(5):478-86 (113 ref.) 

[Atheroma: which carotids should be surgically treated?] 
Autret A, et al. Presse Med 1986 Feb 8;15(5):205-9 (29 
ref.) (Eng. Abstr.) (Fre) 

CAROTID ARTERY DISEASES 

Carotid surgery in stroke prevention. Sheng FC, et al. 
Am Fam Physician 1986 Apr;33(4):109-24 (58 ref.) 

[Atheroma: which carotids should be surgically treated?] 
Autret A, et al. Presse Med 1986 Feb 8;15(5):205-9 (29 
ref.) (Eng. Abstr.) (Fre) 

CAROTID ARTERY, INTERNAL 

The tortuous or kinked carotid artery: pathogenesis and 
clinical considerations. A historical review. Leipzig TJ et 
al. Surg Neurol 1986 May;25(5):478-86 (113 ref.) 

CARRIER PROTEINS 

Intrinsic, apparent, and effective affinities of co- and 
countertransport systems. Stein WD. Am J Physiol 1986 
Apr;250(4 Pt l):C523-33 (29 ref.) 

Iron, infection, and neoplasia. Weinberg ED. 

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Clin Physiol Biochem 1986;4(1):50-60 (48 ref.) 

CARRIER STATE 

Transmission of hepatitis B from providers to patients: how 
big is the risk? Galambos JT. Hepatology 1986 Mar-Apr; 
6(2):320-5 (98 ref.) 

CARTILAGE 

Transdifferentiation of skeletal muscle into cartilage: 
transformation or differentiation? Nathanson MA. 
Curr Top Dev Biol 1986;20:39-62 (66 ref.) 

CAT DISEASES 

FeLV-induced feline acquired immune deficiency syndrome. 
A model for human AIDS. Hardy WD Jr, et al. 
Prog Allergy 1986;37:353-76 (83 ref.) 

CATARACT 

Cataract as an outcome of zinc deficiency in salmon. 
Nutr Rev 1986 Mar;44(3):118-20 (7 ref.) 

CATECHOLAMINES 

A psychopharmacological perspective of cognitive functions. 

II. Specific pharmacologic agents. Wolkowitz OM, et al. 

Neuropsychobiology 1985;14(3):133-56 (302 ref.) 
Cerebrospinal fluid studies of monoamine metabolism in 

schizophrenia, van Kammen DP, et al. 

Psychiatr Clin North Am 1986 Mar;9(l):81-97 (94 ref.) 

CATHARTICS 

Gastrointestinal decontamination for acute poisoning. 
Rodgers GC Jr, et al. Pediatr Clin North Am 1986 Apr; 
33(2):261-85 (188 ref.) 

CATHETERIZATION 

[Arterial catheterization: insertion sites and complications] 
De Backer D, et al. Rev Med Brux 1986 Feb;7(2):75-9 (35 
ref.) (Eng. Abstr.) (Fre) 

CATTLE 

Ovarian follicular growth, function and turnover in cattle: 
a review. Spicer LJ, et al. J Anim Sci 1986 Feb;62(2):428-51 
(248 ref.) 

CELL COMMUNICATION 

Paracrine interactions in the anterior pituitary. Denef C. 

Clin Endocrinol Metab 1986 Feb;15(l):l-32 (224 ref.) 
Conversion of retina glia cells into lenslike phenotype 

following disruption of normal cell contacts. Moscona AA. 

Curr Top Dev Biol 1986;20:1-19 (47 ref.) 
The calcium messenger system (2). Rasmussen H. 

N Engl J Med 1986 May 1;3 14(1 8): 1164-70 (36 ref.) 
The calcium messenger system (1). Rasmussen H. 

N Engl J Med 1986 Apr 24;314(17):1094-101 (40 ref.) 
Cell-cell interactions in erythropoiesis. Mamus SW, et al. 

Prog Clin Biol Res 1986;2 11:227-44 (70 ref.) 

CELL CYCLE 

Protooncogene expression during the cell cycle. Kaczmarek 
L. Lab Invest 1986 Apr;54(4):365-76 (142 ref.) 

Magnesium and cell cycle control: an update. Walker GM. 
Magnesium 1986;5(l):9-23 (78 ref.) 

CELL DIFFERENTIATION 

Instability and stabilization in melanoma cell differentiation. 

Bennett DC. Curr Top Dev Biol 1986;20:333-44 (46 ref.) 
Transdifferentiation occurs continuously in adult hydra. Bode 

H, et al. Curr Top Dev Biol 1986;20:257-80 (46 ref.) 
The presence of extralenticular crystallins and its relationship 

with transdifferentiation to lens. Clayton RM, et al. 

Curr Top Dev Biol 1986;20: 137-51 (54 ref.) 
Instability in cell commitment of vertebrate pigmented 

epithelial cells and their transdifferentiation into lens cells. 

Eguchi G. Curr Top Dev Biol 1986;20:21-37 (42 ref.) 
Nematocyte differentiation in hydra. Fujisawa T, et al. 

Curr Top Dev Biol 1986;20:281-90 (30 ref.) 
Transitory differentiation of matrix cells and its functional 

role in the morphogenesis of the developing vertebrate 

CNS. Fujita S. Curr Top Dev Biol 1986;20:223-42 (49 ref.) 
Transdifferentiation of amphibian chromatophores. Ide H. 

Curr Top Dev Biol 1986;20:79-87 (15 ref.) 
Differential commitment of hemopoietic stem cells localized 

in distinct compartments of early Xenopus embryos. 

Katagiri C, et al. Curr Top Dev Biol 1986;20:315-23 (23 

ref.) 
Probable dedifferentiation of mast cells in mouse connective 

tissues. Kitamura Y, et al. Curr Top Dev Biol 1986; 

20:325-32 (28 ref.) 
Dual regulation of expression of exogenous delta-crystallin 

gene in mammalian cells: a search for molecular 

background of instability in differentiation. Kondoh H, et 

al. Curr Top Dev Biol 1986;20:153-64 (16 ref.) 
The microenvironment of T and B lymphocyte differentiation 



in avian embryos. Le Douarin N. Curr Top Dev Biol 1986; 

20:291-313 (54 ref.) 
Conversion of retina glia cells into lenslike phenotype 

following disruption of normal cell contacts. Moscona AA. 

Curr Top Dev Biol 1986;20:1-19 (47 ref.) 
Neural crest and thymic myoid cells. Nakamura H, et al. 

Curr Top Dev Biol 1986;20:lll-5 (18 ref.) 
Transdifferentiation of skeletal muscle into cartilage: 

transformation or differentiation? Nathanson MA. 

Curr Top Dev Biol 1986;20:39-62 (66 ref.) 
Transdifferentiation of endocrine chromaffin cells into 

neuronal cells. Ogawa M, et al. Curr Top Dev Biol 1986; 

20:99-110 (18 ref.) 
Flexibility and commitment in plant cells during 

development. Osborne DJ, et al. Curr Top Dev Biol 1986; 

20:383-96 (17 ref.) 
Transdifferentiated hepatocytes in rat pancreas. Rao MS, et 

al. Curr Top Dev Biol 1986;20:63-78 (49 ref.) 
The potential for transdifferentiation of differentiated medusa 

tissues in vitro. Schmid V, et al. Curr Top Dev Biol 1986; 

20:117-35 (43 ref.) 
Differentiation of embryonal carcinoma cells: commitment, 

reversibility, and refractoriness. Sherman MI. 

Curr Top Dev Biol 1986;20:345-56 (35 ref.) 
On neuronal and glial differentiation of a pluripotent stem 

cell line, RT4-AC: a branch determination. Sueoka N, et 

al. Curr Top Dev Biol 1986;20:211-21 (25 ref.) 
Multipotentiality in differentiation of the pineal as revealed 

by cell culture. Watanabe K. Curr Top Dev Biol 1986; 

20:89-97 (30 ref.) 
Phenotypic diversification in neural crest-derived cells: the 

time and stability of commitment during early 

development. Weston JA. Curr Top Dev Biol 1986; 

20:195-210 (57 ref.) 
Senescent cell antigen: a terminal differentiation antigen. Kay 

MM. Surv Synth Pathol Res 1985;4(3):227-36 (69 ref.) 
[Neoplastic transformation of the pluripotential stem cell. II. 

Regeneration and differentiation of populations of leukemic 

blast cells] Rupniewska ZM. Acta Haematol Pol 1985 

Jan-Jun;16(l-2):102-8 (75 ref.) (Pol) 

[Histone synthesis in the cells of proliferating and 

nonproliferating tissues during gametogenesis and early 

embryogenesis] Kostomarova AA, et al. Ontogenez 1986 

Jan-Feb;17(l):5-19 (97 ref.) (Eng. Abstr.) (Rus) 

CELL DIVISION 

[Steroid substances regulation of cell proliferation by 
glucocorticoids] Nishizawa Y, et al. Nippon Rinsho 1986 
Jan;44(l):l 15-21 (30 ref.) (Jpn) 

CELL MEMBRANE 

Membrane antigen expression during hemopoietic 

differentiation. Sieff CA. CRC Crit Rev Oncol Hematol 

1986;5(l):l-36 (217 ref.) 
Geometric progression in the size of membrane vesicles, 

nuclei and cells. Bont WS. Eur J Cell Biol 1986 Jan; 

39(2):485-99 (56 ref.) 
Role of membrane transport in metabolism and function of 

glutathione in mammals. Bannai S, et al. J Membr Biol 

1986;89(l):l-8 (54 ref.) 

CELL NUCLEOLUS 

Three-dimensional analysis of given cell structures: 

nucleolus, nucleoskeleton and nuclear inclusions. 

Dupuy-Coin AM, et al. Methods Achiev Exp Pathol 1986; 

12:1-25 (76 ref.) 
Structural organization of the nucleolus in mammalian cells. 

Hernandez-Verdun D. Methods Achiev Exp Pathol 1986; 

12:26-62 (148 ref.) 

CELL NUCLEUS 

Three-dimensional analysis of given cell structures: 

nucleolus, nucleoskeleton and nuclear inclusions. 

Dupuy-Coin AM, et al. Methods Achiev Exp Pathol 1986; 

12:1-25 (76 ref.) 
The nuclear matrix: current concepts and unanswered 

questions. Kaufmann SH, et al. 

Methods Achiev Exp Pathol 1986; 12:141-71 (145 ref.) 
Nuclear changes in muscle disorders. Tome" FM, et al. 

Methods Achiev Exp Pathol 1986;12:261-96 (110 ref.) 

CELL SEPARATION 

Multiparameter analysis of human lymphocyte 
subpopulations using flow cytometry. Lewis DE, et al. 
Surv Synth Pathol Res 1985;4(3):237-47 (34 ref.) 

CELL SURVIVAL 

The cell biology of aging. Hayflick L. Clin Geriatr Med 1985 
Feb;l(l):15-27 (50 ref.) 

CELL TRANSFORMATION, 
NEOPLASTIC 

Cell culture models of multistep carcinogenesis. Barrett JC. 

IARC Sci Publ 1985;(58): 18 1-202 (71 ref.) 
Neoplastic transformation in cell cultures: in-vitro/in-vivo 

correlations. Bertram JS. IARC Sci Publ 1985;67:77-91 (74 



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CHONDROCALCINOSIS 



ref.) 

Critical review of the use of established cell lines for in-vitro 
cell transformation. Kakunaga T. IARC Sci Publ 1985; 
67:55-73 (43 ref.) 

Relationship between in-vitro cell transformation and 
in-vivo carcinogenesis based on available data on the 
effects of chemicals. Kuroki T, et al. IARC Sci Publ 1985; 
67:93-118 (62 ref.) 

Chemical transformation in C3H 10T1/2 Cl 8 mouse embryo 
fibroblasts: historical background, assessment of the 
transformation assay, and evolution and optimization of the 
transformation assay protocol. Landolph JR. 
IARC Sci Publ 1985;67: 185-203 (49 ref.) 

Cellular mechanisms of oncogenic transformation in vitro. 
Little JB. IARC Sci Publ 1985;67:9-29 (46 ref.) 

Malignant transformation of mammalian cells in culture: 
delineation of stages and role of cellular oncogene 
activation. Newbold RF. IARC Sci Publ 1985;67:31-53 (53 
ref.) 

Metabolic activation of procarcinogens by subcellular 
enzyme fractions in the C3H 10T1/2 and BALB/c 3T3 
cell transformation systems. Schechtman LM. 
IARC Sci Publ 1985;67:137-62 (62 ref.) 

BALB/c 3T3 cell transformation: protocols, problems and 
improvements. Schechtman LM. IARC Sci Publ 1985; 
67:165-84 (34 ref.) 

[Reverse transformation of neoplastic cells and 
phytoglycosides, with special reference to redifferentiation 
induction in cancer cells by ginsenosides] Odashima S. 
Nippon Rinsho 1986 Jan;44(l):245-53 (30 ref.) (Jpn) 

[Tumor-derived growth factors transforming growth 
factor] Umeda M. Nippon Rinsho 1986 Jan;44(l): 163-8 (22 
ref.) (Jpn) 

[Neoplastic transformation of the pluripotential stem cell. I. 
Possible molecular mechanisms of neoplastic 
transformation] Rupniewska ZM. Acta Haeraatol Pol 1985 
Jan-Jun;16(l-2):90-101 (102 ref.) (Pol) 

[Neoplastic transformation of the pluripotential stem cell. II. 
Regeneration and differentiation of populations of leukemic 
blast cells] Rupniewska ZM. Acta Haematol Pol 1985 
Jan-Jun;16(l-2):102-8 (75 ref.) (Pol) 

CELLS, CULTURED 

Functional properties of glomerular cells in culture. 

Kreisberg JI, et al. Miner Electrolyte Metab 1986; 

12(1):25-31 (41 ref.) 
Innovative approaches for the study of cultured renal 

epithelia. Valentich JD. Miner Electrolyte Metab 1986; 

12(1):6-13 (54 ref.) 
Use of cultured renal tubular cells in the study of cell injury. 

Wilson PD. Miner Electrolyte Metab 1986;12(l):71-83 (84 

ref.) 

CENTRAL NERVOUS SYSTEM 

Spatial EEG patterns, non-linear dynamics and perception: 

the neo-Sherringtonian view. Freeman WJ, et al. 

Brain Res 1985 Dec;357(3): 147-75 ( 109 ref.) 
The olfactory bulb and central pathways. Scott JW. 

Experientia 1986 Mar !5;42(3):223-32 (139 ref.) 
Central and peripheral thermal control of effectors in 

homeothermic temperature regulation. Simon E, et al. 

Physiol Rev 1986 Apr;66(2):235-300 (445 ref.) 
[Guillain-Barr< polyradiculoneuritis: an ever current classical 

entity] Lenarduzzi P, et al. Rev Med Liege 1986 Mar 1; 

41(5):149-57 (95 ref.) (Fre) 

CENTRAL NERVOUS SYSTEM 
DISEASES 

Neuropeptides and central nervous system injury. Clinical 
implications. Faden Al. Arch Neurol 1986 May;43(5):501-4 
(81 ref.) 

CERAMICS 

Biomaterial aspects of calcium phosphates. Properties and 
applications. Jarcho M. Dent Clin North Am 1986 Jan; 
30(l):25-47 (116 ref.) 

CEREBELLAR ATAXIA 

[Myoclonic cerebellar dyssynergia (Ramsay Hunt syndrome)] 
Berciano J, et al. Med Clin (Bare) 1986 Jan 18;86(2):78-82 
(36 ref.) (Spa) 

CEREBRAL ANOXIA 

Glutamate and the pathophysiology of hypoxic ischemic 
brain damage. Rothman SM, et al. Ann Neurol 1986 Feb; 
19(2):105-11 (78 ref.) 

CEREBRAL CORTEX 

Oxygen supply and microcirculation of the brain cortex. 

Leniger-Follert E. Adv Exp Med Biol 1985;191:3-19 (38 

ref.) 
Neuroanatomical aspects of neurotransmitters affected in 

Alzheimer's disease. Emson PC, et al. Br Med Bull 1986 

Jan;42(l):57-62 (62 ref.) 
Correlations between neuropathological and neurochemical 

changes. Mountjoy CQ. Br Med Bull 1986 Jan;42(l):81-5 



(41 ref.) 
Recent developments in studies of the supplementary motor 

area of primates. Wiesendanger M. 

Rev Physiol Biochem Pharraacol 1986;103:l-59 (182 ref.) 
[Role of the nervous system in the processes of 

immunoregulation] Vainiene M, et al. 

Neurol Neurochir Pol 1985 Sep-Oct;19(5):432-7 (30 ref.) 

(Pol) 

CEREBRAL HEMORRHAGE 

The natural history of subependymal germinal matrix 
hemorrhage. Enzmann D, et al. Am J Perinatol 1985 Apr; 
2(2):123-33 (53 ref.) 

CEREBRAL ISCHEMIA 

Glutamate and the pathophysiology of hypoxic ischemic 
brain damage. Rothman SM, et al. Ann Neurol 1986 Feb; 
19(2):105-11 (78 ref.) 

CEREBRAL ISCHEMIA, TRANSIENT 

A review of clinical trials in the surgical treatment of 
cerebrovascular disease. Kurtzke JF. Neuroepidemiology 
1985;4(l):48-58 (15 ref.) 

CEREBRAL PALSY 

Management of the hip in cerebral palsy. Hoffer MM. 

J Bone Joint Surg [Am] 1986 Apr;68(4):629-31 (36 ref.) 
[Early differentiation of infantile cerebral palsy and other 

diseases of the central nervous system] Michalowicz R. 

Pol Tyg Lek 1985 Dec 9;40(49): 1376-9 (21 ref.) (Pol) 

CEREBRAL SCLEROSIS, DIFFUSE 

Neonatal adrenoleukodystrophy: new cases, biochemical 
studies, and differentiation from Zellweger and related 
peroxisomal polydystrophy syndromes. Kelley RI, et al. 
Am J Med Genet 1986 Apr;23(4):869-901 (79 ref.) 

CEREBROVASCULAR CIRCULATION 

Oxygen supply and microcirculation of the brain cortex. 
Leniger-Follert E. Adv Exp Med Biol 1985;191:3-19 (38 
ref.) 

CEREBROVASCULAR DISORDERS 

Carotid surgery in stroke prevention. Sheng FC, et al. 

Am Fam Physician 1986 Apr;33(4): 109-24 (58 ref.) 
[Evaluation of drugs used in geriatric neuropharmacology] 

Janicki PK, et al. Pol Tyg Lek 1985 Dec 23-30; 

40(51-52):1417-21 (25 ref.) (Pol) 

[Clinical diagnosis of primary degenerative dementia 

syndromes] Ktoszewska I, et al. Psychiatr Pol 1985 

May-Jun;19(3):219-25 (40 ref.) (Pol) 

CERVIX NEOPLASMS 

Herpes simplex virus type 2 and cervical cancer. Aurelian 
L. Clin Dermatol 1984 Apr-Jun;2(2):90-9 (55 ref.) 

CESAREAN SECTION 

Cesarean section: a controversial feature of modern obstetric 
practice. Nielsen TF. Gynecol Obstet Invest 1986; 
21(2):57-63 (42 ref.) 

CHARCOAL 

Expanded role of charcoal therapy in the poisoned and 

overdosed patient. Park GD, et al. Arch Intern Med 1986 

May;146(5):969-73 (43 ref.) 
Gastrointestinal decontamination for acute poisoning. 

Rodgers GC Jr, et al. Pediatr Clin North Am 1986 Apr; 

33(2):261-85 (188 ref.) 

CHEMICAL INDUSTRY 

[Problems of work hygiene and toxicology in the present-day 
manufacture of plastics of an epoxy resin base (review of 
the literature)] lavorovsktf AP. Gig Tr Prof Zabol 1986 
Jan;(l):35-9 (42 ref.) (Rus) 

CHEMISTRY, CLINICAL 

Automatic analysers in clinical biochemistry. Rocks BF, et 
al. Clin Phys Physiol Meas 1986 Feb;7(l):l-29 ( 63 ref.) 

CHEMORECEPTORS 

[The autonomous nervous system and pulmonary circulation. 
Stimulation of chemoreceptors and ventilation/perfusion 
ratios] Lockhart A. Rev Mai Respir 1985;2 Suppl l:S3-9 
(63 ref.) (Eng. Abstr.) (Fre) 

CHEMOTACTIC FACTORS 

High molecular weight neutrophil chemotactic activity in 
asthma and related disorders. Kay AB, et al. 
Bull Eur Physiopathol Respir 1986;22 Suppl 7:95-9 (46 ref.) 

[Effects of chemotactically active substances on neutrophilic 



leukocytes. Review] DolejS! M. 

Cesk Epidemiol Mikrobiol Imunol 1986 Feb;35(l):55-62 (29 

ref.) (Eng. Abstr.) (Cze) 

CHEMOTAXIS 

Bacterial chemotaxis and vertebrate olfaction. Kleene SJ. 
Experientia 1986 Mar 15;42(3):241-50 (144 ref.) 

CHEMOTAXIS, LEUKOCYTE 

[Effects of chemotactically active substances on neutrophilic 
leukocytes. Review] Doleji M. 

Cesk Epidemiol Mikrobiol Imunol 1986 Feb;35(l):55-62 (29 
ref.) (Eng. Abstr.) <Cze) 

CHILD ABUSE 

[The abused child syndrome. Spectrum of a problem] 
Baeza-Herrera C, et al. Bol Med Hosp Infant Mex 1986 
Jan;43(l):71-7 (33 ref.) (Eng. Abstr.) (Spa) 

CHILD DEVELOPMENT 

Psychosocial development in children with chronic renal 
insufficiency. Grupe WE, et al. Am J Kidney Dis 1986 Apr; 
7(4):324-8 (30 ref.) 

CHLOROBENZENES 

Mothball toxicity. Siegel E, et al. Pediatr Clin North Am 
1986 Apr;33(2):369-74 (34 ref.) 

CHLOROPHYLL 

The biosynthesis of porphyrins, chlorophylls, and vitamin 
B12. Leeper FJ. Nat Prod Rep 1985 Dec;2(6):561-80 (198 
ref.) 

CHOLANGITIS 

[Acute cholangitis: updating and proposal for its therapeutic 
management] Bevilacqua RG, et al. Rev Paul Med 1985 
Jul-Aug;103(4):187-91 (24 ref.) (Por) 

CHOLECYSTECTOMY 

[Consequences of cholecystectomy (2)] Capron JP, et al. 
Gastroentcrol Clin Biol 1986 Jan;10(l):57-65 (180 ref.) 

(Fre) 

[Consequences of cholecystectomy (1)] Capron JP, et al. 
Gastroenterol Clin Biol 1985 Dec;9(12):886-92 (0 ref.) 

(Fre) 

[Surgical aspects of acalculous cholecystitis (a review of the 
literature)] Lutsevich EV, et al. Khlrurgiia (Mosk) 1986 
Feb;(2): 143-8 (65 ref.) (Rus) 

CHOLECYSTITIS 

[Surgical aspects of acalculous cholecystitis (a review of the 
literature)] Lutsevich EV, et al. Khirurgiia (Mosk) 1986 
Feb;(2):143-8 (65 ref.) (Rus) 

[Acute cholecystitis in systemic allergic vasculitis] Sorokin 
AS. Vestn Khir 1985 Dec;135(12):135-8 (37 ref.) (Rus) 

CHOLELITHIASIS 

Parenteral nutrition and hepatobiliary dysfunction. Farrell 
MK, et al. Clin Perinatol 1986 Mar; 13(1): 197-2 12 (95 ref.) 

CHOLERA 

The use of furoxone: a perspective. Phillips KF, et al. 

J Int Med Res 1986;14(l):19-29 (73 ref.) 
[Heterogeneity and variability of Vibrio cholerae eltor 

populations and their role in the development of epidemic 

processes] Beliakov VD, et al. 

Zh Mikrobiol Epidemiol Immunobiol 1986 Feb;(2):91-7 (56 

ref.) (Rus) 

CHOLESTASIS 

Parenteral nutrition and hepatobiliary dysfunction. Farrell 
MK, et al. Clin Perinatol 1986 Mar;13(l):197-212 (95 ref.) 

CHOLESTEROL 

Cholesterol: what it means in 1986. Davidoff F. 
Conn Med 1986 Feb;50(2):73-9 (15 ref.) 

CHOLINESTERASE INHIBITORS 

Management of acute childhood poisonings caused by 
selected insecticides and herbicides. Mortensen ML. 
Pediatr Clin North Am 1986 Apr;33(2):421-45 (77 ref.) 

CHONDROCALCINOSIS 

[Familial articular chondrocalcinosis] Gaucher A, et al. 
Presse Med 1986 Feb 15;15(6):250-4 (25 ref.) (Eng. Abstr.) 

(Fre) 



CHORIOCARCINOMA 
CHORIOCARCINOMA 

Cancer of the testis: a new paradigm. Einhorn LH. 
Hosp Pract [Off] 1986 Apr 15;21(4):165-72, 175-8 (6 ref.) 

CHOROID NEOPLASMS 

Changing clinicopathological concepts of choroidal 
malignant melanoma. Weiner JM, et al. Med J Aust 1985 
Dec 9-23;143(12-13):589-92 (47 ref.) 

CHROMAFFIN SYSTEM 

Transdifferentiation of endocrine chromaffin cells into 
neuronal cells. Ogawa M, et al. Curr Top Dev Biol 1986; 
20:99-110 (18 ref.) 

CHROMATIN 

Molecular organization of chromatin as revealed by electron 
microscopy. Tsanev R, et al. 
Methods Achiev Exp Pathol 1986;12:63-104 (127 ref.) 

CHROMATOPHORES 

Transdifferentiation of amphibian chromatophores. Ide H. 
Curr Top Dev Biol 1986;20:79-87 (15 ref.) 

CHROMIUM 

Chromium metabolism and its role in disease processes in 
man. Anderson RA. Clin Physiol Biochem 1986;4(1):31-41 
(33 ref.) 

CHROMIUM ALLOYS 

Metallic ion release and its relationship to oncogenesis. Black 
J. Hip 1985;:199-213 (77 ref.) 

CHROMOSOME ABERRATIONS 

Absent and abortive palmar triradii: a review of literature 

on their association with chromosomal aberrations. Sandhu 

BS, et al. Acta Anthropogenet 1984;8(3-4):277-96 (142 ref.) 
Diagnosis of chromosome 3 duplication q23 qter, deletion 

p25 pter in a patient with the C (trigonocephaly) 

syndrome. Preus M, et al. Am J Med Genet 1986 Apr; 

23(4):935-43 (21 ref.) 
Chronic leukemias: oncogenes, chromosomes, and advances 

in therapy [clinical conference] Champlin R, et al. 

Ann Intern Med 1986 May; 104(5):67 1-88 (191 ref.) 
Chromosome 1 aberrations in cancer. Atkin NB. 

Cancer Genet Cytogenet 1986 Apr 15;21(4):279-85 (84 ref.) 
Cytogenetics of Bloom's syndrome. Kuhn EM, et al. 

Cancer Genet Cytogenet 1986 May;22(l):l-18 (73 ref.) 
Cytogenetics of the myelodysplastic syndromes. Borgstrom 

GH. Scand J Haematol [Suppl] 1986;45:74-7 (20 ref.) 

CHROMOSOME ABNORMALITIES 

Chromosomal fragile sites and cancer-specific 

rearrangements. Le Beau MM. Blood 1986 Apr; 

67(4):849-58 (77 ref.) 
Chromosome abnormalities in secondary myelodysplastic 

syndromes. Bloomfield CD. Scand J Haematol [Suppl] 

1986;45:82-90 (13 ref.) 
Preleukaemic states in children. Wegelius R. 

Scand J Haematol [Suppl] 1986;45:133-9 (53 ref.) 

CHROMOSOME FRAGILE SITES 

Chromosomal fragile sites and cancer-specific 
rearrangements. Le Beau MM. Blood 1986 Apr; 
67(4):849-58 (77 ref.) 

CHROMOSOMES 

Instability of chromosomes and alkaloid content in cell lines 
derived from single protoplasts of cultured Coptis japonica 
cells. Yamada Y, et al. Curr Top Dev Biol 1986;20:409-17 
(19 ref.) 

Human antibodies and their use for the study of chromosome 
organization. Valdivia MM, et al. 
Methods Achiev Exp Pathol 1986; 12:200-23 (55 ref.) 

CHROMOSOMES, HUMAN 

Human antibodies and their use for the study of chromosome 
organization. Valdivia MM, et al. 
Methods Achiev Exp Pathol 1986; 12:200-23 (55 ref.) 

CHROMOSOMES, HUMAN, 1-3 

Diagnosis of chromosome 3 duplication q23 qter, deletion 

p25 pter in a patient with the C (trigonocephaly) 

syndrome. Preus M, et al. Am J Med Genet 1986 Apr- 
23(4):935-43 (21 ref.) 

Chromosome 1 aberrations in cancer. Atkin NB. 
Cancer Genet Cytogenet 1986 Apr 15;21(4):279-85 (84 ref.) 



MEDICAL REVIEWS 

Preleukaemic states in children. Wegelius R. 
Scand J Haematol [Suppl] 1986;45: 133-9 (53 ref.) 

CHROMOSOMES, HUMAN, 13-15 

Molecular genetics of human B cell neoplasia. Croce CM, 
et al. Adv Immunol 1986;38:245-74 (51 ref.) 

Trisomy 14 mosaicism in a liveborn male: clinical report and 
review of the literature. Kaplan LC, et al. 
Am J Med Genet 1986 Apr;23(4):925-30 (17 ref.) 

CHROMOSOMES, HUMAN, 16-18 

Molecular genetics of human B cell neoplasia. Croce CM, 
et al. Adv Immunol 1986;38:245-74 (51 ref.) 

CHRONIC DISEASE 

Contraceptive use in the chronically ill adolescent female: 
Part I. Neinstein LS, et al. J Adolesc Health Care 1986 
Mar;7(2): 123-33 (125 ref.) 

CILIATA 

The genome of hypotrichous ciliates. Kraut H, et al. 

Int Rev Cytpl 1986;99:l-28 ( 113 ref.) 
Rumen holotrich ciliate protozoa. Williams AG. 

Microbiol Rev 1986 Mar;50(l):25-49 (274 ref.) 

CIRCADIAN RHYTHM 

Circadian rhythms in effects of hypnotics and sleep inducers. 
Reinberg A. Int J Clin Pharmacol Res 1986;6(l):33-44 (57 
ref.) 

CLASSIFICATION 

Methodologies of affective classification. Giblin PT. 
J Genet Psychol 1985 Jun;146(2):217-26 (32 ref.) 

CLINICAL TRIALS 

Collaborative studies and controlled clinical trials. Hogg RJ, 
et al. Am J Kidney Dis 1986 Apr;7(4):329-34 (29 ref.) 

[The placebo: its current status] Rewekant M, et al. 
Pol Tyg Lek 1985 Dec 23-30;40(5 1-52): 1422-4 (30 ref.) 

(Pol) 

CLOFIBRATE 

Clofibrate myopathy: a case report and a review of the 
literature. Rush P, et al. Semin Arthritis Rheum 1986 Feb; 
15(3):226-9 (37 ref.) 

CLONING, MOLECULAR 

[Immunology and molecular biology: targetting of a vaccine] 
Perrin LH, et al. Ther Umsch 1986 Feb;43(2): 148-54 (21 
ref.) (Eng. Abstr.) (Fre) 

COCAINE 

Cocaine update: from bench to bedside. Gold MS, et al. 

Adv Alcohol Subst Abuse 1985 Fall-1986 Winter; 

5(l-2):35-60 (80 ref.) 
Substance abuse: clinical identification and management. 

Kulberg A. Pediatr Clin North Am 1986 Apr;33(2):325-61 

(118 ref.) 

COCARCINOGENESIS 

[Carcinogenic effect of ionizing radiation in combination with 
chemical and other physical agents] Vasilenklo Ila, et al. 
Vopr Onkol 1986;32(2):3-14 (61 ref.) (Rus) 

COCCIDIOIDOMYCOSIS 

Comparative epidemiology of four deep mycoses a review. 
Schwarz J. Mykosen 1986 Jan;29(l):5-9 (26 ref.) 

COCCIDIOSIS 

[Cryptosporidiosis, isosporiasis, lambliasis in immunologic 
deficiencies] Arnaud-Battandier F. Arch Fr Pediatr 1985 
Dec;42 Suppl 2:959-63 (33 ref.) (Eng. Abstr.) (Fre) 

COCHLEA 

Neurotransmitters of the cochlea and cochlear nucleus: 

immunocytochemical evidence. Altschuler RA, et al. 

Am J Otolaryngol 1986 Mar-Apr;7(2): 100-6 (59 ref.) 
Animal models of inner ear vascular disturbances. Kimura 

RS. Am J Otolaryngol 1986 Mar-Apr;7(2): 130-9 (112 ref.) 
Effects of noise and ototoxic drugs at the cellular level in 

the cochlea: a review. Lim DJ. Am J Otolaryngol 1986 

Mar-Apr;7(2):73-99 (162 ref.) 
Age related cochlear toxicity from noise and antibiotics a 

review. Bhattacharyya TK, et al. J Otolaryngol 1986 Feb; 

15(1):15-20 (61 ref.) 



CHROMOSOMES, HUMAN, 6-12 COCHLEAR NERVE 



Molecular genetics of human B cell neoplasia. Croce CM 
et al. Adv Immunol 1986;38:245-74 (51 ref.) 



Neurotransmitters of the cochlea and cochlear nucleus: 
immunocytochemical evidence. Altschuler RA, et al. 



JUL 1986 

Am J Otolaryngol 1986 Mar-Apr;7(2): 100-6 (59 ref.) 

COELENTERATA 

The potential for transdifferentiation of differentiated medusa 
tissues in vitro. Schmid V, et al. Curr Top Dev Biol 1986; 
20:117-35 (43 ref.) 

COGNITION 

Relationship between CT scan findings and 
neuropsychological performance in chronic schizophrenia. 
Zee RF, et al. Psychiatr Clin North Am 1986 Mar; 
9(1):49-61 (33 ref.) 

COGNITION DISORDERS 

[Lithium and cerebral functions] Marchand MP. 

Encephale 1985 Nov-Dec;ll(6):235-46 (88 ref.) (Eng. 

Abstr.) (Fre) 

[Chronoelectroencephalography in the diagnosis of 

neurologic diseases] Marks E, et al. 

Neurol Neurochir Pol 1985 Sep-Oct;19(5):427-31 (5 ref.) 

(Pol) 

COLITIS, ULCERATIVE 

Chronic inflammatory bowel disease. Sanderson IR. 
Clin Gastroenterol 1986 Jan;15(l):71-87 (84 ref.) 

COLLAGEN DISEASES 

[Fibronectin functions, structure, immunological aspects 
and relation to collagen disease] Watanabe Y, et al. 
Ryumachi 1985 Nov;25(5):381-93 (84 ref.) (Jpn) 

COLLOIDS 

Micellar enzymology. Martinek K, et al. Eur J Biochem 1986 
Mar 17;155(3):453-68 (325 ref.) 

COLON 

Right colocystoplasty for bladder replacement. Zinman L, 
et al. Urol Clin North Am 1986 May;13(2):321-31 (41 ref.) 

COLONIC DISEASES, FUNCTIONAL 

Intestinal motility and its disorders. Milla PJ. 
din Gastroenterol 1986 Jan;15(l):121-36 (51 ref.) 

COLONY-STIMULATING FACTOR 

[Protein and polypeptide growth factors colony stimulating 
factor, thrombopoietin, and erythropoietin] Kajigaya S, et 
al. Nippon Rinsho 1986 Jan;44(l):35-41 (30 ref.) (Jpn) 

COLOSTRUM 

[Microelements in human and cow's milk] Davydova IV. 
Pediatriia 1986 Feb;(2):68-72 (37 ref.) (Rus) 

COMMUNITY MENTAL HEALTH 
SERVICES 

Psychiatric cases in community studies: how important an 
issue? Brown GW, et al. Soc Sci Med 1986;22(2): 173-83 
(70 ref.) 

COMPLEMENT 

The molecular genetics of components of complement. 
Campbell RD, et al. Adv Immunol 1986;38:203-44 (217 ref.) 

COMPLEMENT ACTIVATION 

Phagocytosis of particulate activators of the alternative 
complement pathway: effects of fibronectin. Czop JK. 
Adv Immunol 1986;38:361-98 (181 ref.) 

Assays for complement activation. Cooper NR. 
Clin Lab Med 1986 Mar;6(l): 139-55 (38 ref.) 

COMPUTERS 

Computer description and evaluation of cardiotocograms: a 

review. Stigsby B, et al. 

Eur J Obstet Gynecol Reprod Biol 1986 Feb;21(2):61-86 

(124 ref.) 
A method for volume determination of the orbit and its 

contents by high resolution axial tomography and 

quantitative digital image analysis. Cooper WC. 

Trans Am Ophthalmol Soc 1985;83:546-609 (90 ref.) 

CONNECTIVE TISSUE 

Probable dedifferentiation of mast cells in mouse connective 
tissues. Kitamura Y, et al. Curr Top Dev Biol 1986; 
20:325-32 (28 ref.) 

CONNECTIVE TISSUE DISEASES 

The use of corticosteroid agents in connective tissue 
disorders. Barraclough D. Med J Aust 1986 Apr 14; 
144(8):427-32 (90 ref.) 



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JUL 1986 



MEDICAL REVIEWS 



DENTAL IMPLANTATION 



CONTACT LENSES 

Tear analysis in contact lens wearers. Farris RL. 
Trans Am Ophthalmol Soc 1985;83:501-45 (212 ref.) 

CONTRACEPTION 

New developments in oral, injectable and implantable 

contraceptives, vaginal rings and intrauterine devices. A 

review. Diczfalusy E. Contraception 1986 Jan;33(l):7-22 

(86 ref.) 
Contraceptive use in the chronically ill adolescent female: 

Part I. Neinstein LS, et al. J Adolesc Health Care 1986 

Mar;7(2): 123-33 (125 ref.) 
Paths to adolescent parenthood: implications for prevention. 

Flick LH. Public Health Rep 1986 Mar-Apr;101(2):132-47 

(78 ref.) 

CONTRACEPTIVE AGENTS 

New developments in oral, injectable and implantable 
contraceptives, vaginal rings and intrauterine devices. A 
review. Diczfalusy E. Contraception 1986 Jan;33(l):7-22 
(86 ref.) 

CONTRACEPTIVE DEVICES 

New developments in oral, injectable and implantable 
contraceptives, vaginal rings and intrauterine devices. A 
review. Diczfalusy E. Contraception 1986 Jan;33(l):7-22 
(86 ref.) 

CONTRACEPTIVES, ORAL 

New developments in oral, injectable and implantable 
contraceptives, vaginal rings and intrauterine devices. A 
review. Diczfalusy E. Contraception 1986 Jan;33(l):7-22 
(86 ref.) 

CONTRACTILE PROTEINS 

Functional properties of glomerular cells in culture. 
Kreisberg JI, et al. Miner Electrolyte Metab 1986; 
12(1):25-31 (41 ref.) 

CONTRACTURE 

The treatment of soft tissue after spinal injury. Sawyer M, 
et al. Clin Sports Med 1986 Apr;5(2):387-405 (57 ref.) 

CONTRAST MEDIA 

[Non-ionic contrast media] Wojtowicz JS. Pol Tyg Lek 1985 
Dec 23-30;40(51-52):1476-8 (12 ref.) (Pol) 

COPPER 

Perspectives on copper biochemistry. Frieden E. 

Clin Physiol Biochem 1986;4(l):ll-9 (15 ref.) 
Genetic diseases of copper metabolism. Prohaska JR. 

Clin Physiol Biochem 1986;4(l):87-93 (31 ref.) 

CORNEA 

[Corneal would healing and growth factors] Okisaka S, et 
al. Nippon Rinsho 1986 Jan;44(l):2 16-22 (25 ref.) (Jpn) 

CORNEAL ULCER 

Inflammatory mechanisms in corneal ulceration. Kenyon KR. 
Trans Am Ophthalmol Soc 1985;83:610-63 (137 ref.) 

CORONARY DISEASE 

Cholesterol: what it means in 1986. Davidoff F. 

Conn Med 1986 Feb;50(2):73-9 (15 ref.) 
A critical review of adult health maintenance. Part 1: 

Prevention of atherosclerotic diseases. Frame PS. 

J Fam Pract 1986 Apr; 22(4): 34 1-6 (58 ref.) 
Sociological concepts in the etiology of chronic disease: the 

case of ischemic heart disease. Siegrist J, et al. 

Soc Sci Med 1986;22(2):247-53 (50 ref.) 
[Withdrawal symptoms after discontinuation of 

beta-adrenolytic drugs] Markiewicz A, et al. 

Pol Tyg Lek 1985 Dec 23-30;40(5 1-52): 1452-5 (36 ref.) 

(Pol) 
[Coronary percutaneous transluminal 

angioplasty immediate results, potentials and limits, 

indications] Wink K. Rev Med Chir Soc Med Nat lasi 1985 

Jul-Sep;89(3):397-401 (39 ref.) (Rum) 

[Asymptomatic myocardial infarct and asymptomatic 

ischemic heart disease] Zimin luV, et al. Ter Arkh 1986; 

58(1): 128-33 (78 ref.) (Rus) 

CORPUS LUTEUM 

Paracrine regulation of luteal function. Khan-Dawood FS, 
et al. Clin Endocrinol Metab 1986 Feb;15(l):171-84 (84 ref.) 

CORTICOTROPIN 

[Neurotropic action of adrenocorticotropic hormone] Louis 
JC, et al. Presse Med 1986 Feb 1;15(4):157-60 (24 ref.) 
(Eng. Abstr.) (Fre) 



[Protein and polypeptide growth factors adrenal 
cortex-stimulating hormone and thyroid-stimulating 
hormone] Tamura Y, et al. Nippon Rinsho 1986 Jan; 
44(l):89-93 (25 ref.) (Jpn) 

COSMETICS 

Aesthetics in psychosomatic dermatology. I. Cosmetics, 
self-image, attractiveness. Melli C, et al. Gin Dermatol 
1984 Oct-Dec;2(4): 180-7 (45 ref.) 

CRANIAL NERVES 

Subclavian artery supply disruption sequence: hypothesis of 
a vascular etiology for Poland, Klippel-Feil, and Mdbius 
anomalies. Bavinck JN, et al. Am J Med Genet 1986 Apr; 
23(4):903-18 (62 ref.) 

CRITICAL CARE 

Total parenteral nutrition in the critically ill patient. 
Lemoyne M, et al. Chest 1986 Apr;89(4):568-75 (47 ref.) 

CROHN DISEASE 

Chronic inflammatory bowel disease. Sanderson IR. 
Clin Gastroenterol 1986 Jan;15(l):71-87 (84 ref.) 

CROSS INFECTION 

Transmission of hepatitis B from providers to patients: how 
big is the risk? Galambos JT. Hepatology 1986 Mar-Apr; 
6(2):320-5 (98 ref.) 

Present problems of staphylococcal infections in hospital. 
Mouton RP. Neth J Med 1986;29(3):92-9 (87 ref.) 

CRYPTOSPORIDIOSIS 

[Cryptosporidiosis, isosporiasis, lambliasis in immunologic 
deficiencies] Arnaud-Battandier F. Arch Fr Pediatr 1985 
Dec;42 Suppl 2:959-63 (33 ref.) (Eng. Abstr.) (Fre) 

CRYSTALLINS 

The presence of extralenticular crystallins and its relationship 
with transdifferentiation to lens. Clayton RM, et al. 
Curr Top Dev Biol 1986;20:137-51 (54 ref.) 

Dual regulation of expression of exogenous delta-crystallin 
gene in mammalian cells: a search for molecular 
background of instability in differentiation. Kondoh H, et 
al. Curr Top Dev Biol 1986;20:153-64 (16 ref.) 

CULTURE MEDIA 

[Basic information on culture media without containing sera] 
Yamada S, et al. Nippon Rinsho 1986 Jan;44(l):237-44 (30 
ref.) (Jpn) 

CYCLAMATES 

Toxicological aspects of cyclamate and cyclohexylamine. 
Bopp BA, et al. CRC Crit Rev Toxicol 1986;16(3):213-306 
(469 ref.) 

CYCLOHEXYLAMINES 

Toxicological aspects of cyclamate and cyclohexylamine. 
Bopp BA, et al. CRC Crit Rev Toxicol 1986;16(3):213-306 
(469 ref.) 

CYCLOSPORINS 

Clinical pharmacokinetics of cyclosporin. Ptachcinski RJ, et 
al. Clin Pharmacokinet 1986 Mar-Apr; 1 1(2): 107-32 (99 ref.) 

A brief review of histopathology in kidney transplant 
recipients immunosuppressed with cyclosporin A. Mihatsch 
MJ. Scand J Urol Nephrol [Suppl] 1985;92:95-7 (14 ref.) 

CYSTIC FIBROSIS 

Chronic undernutrition/growth retardation in cystic fibrosis. 

Soutter VL, et al. Clin Gastroenterol 1986 Jan; 15(1): 137-55 

(62 ref.) 
Therapeutic progress review XVIII. Cystic fibrosis. Kohler 

JA, et al. J Clin Hosp Pharm 1986 Feb;ll(l):21-32 (26 

ref.) 
The musculoskeletal manifestations of cystic fibrosis. Rush 

PJ, et al. Semin Arthritis Rheum 1986 Feb; 15(3):2 13-25 (78 

ref.) 

CYTARABINE 

[Preliminary results of the treatment of non-lymphoblastic 
leukemia and bone marrow dysplasia with small doses of 
cytosine arabinoside] Brodzki LM. Acta Haematol Pol 1985 
Jan-Jun;16(l-2)-.85-9 (19 ref.) (Pol) 

CYTOCHROME C 

[Mechanism of electron transfer between myoglobin 
derivatives and ferricytochrome C] Postnikova GB. 
Biofizika 1986 Jan-Feb;3 1(1): 163-75 (53 ref.) (Eng. Abstr.) 

(Rus) 



CYTOCHROME P-450 

[Clinico-pharmacological aspects of enzyme induction] 
Bartlomowicz B. Pol Tyg Lek 1985 Dec 23-30; 
40(5 1-52): 1430-3 (37 ref.) (Pol) 

CYTOMEGALOVIRUSES 

The involvement of cytomegalovirus in acquired immune 
deficiency syndrome and Kaposi's sarcoma. Giraldo G, et 
al. Prog Allergy 1986;37:319-31 (75 ref.) 

CYTOSKELETAL PROTEINS 

Cytoskeletal protein abnormalities in neurodegenerative 
diseases. Goldman JE, et al. Ann Neurol 1986 Mar; 
19(3):209-23 (170 ref.) 

CYTOSKELETON 

Filament structure in contracted smooth muscle. Nonomura 
Y. Nippon Heikatsukin Gakkai Zasshi 1985 Jul;21 Suppl:3-7 
(5 ref.) 

DEAFNESS, SUDDEN 

Animal models of inner ear vascular disturbances. Kimura 
RS. Am J Otolaryngol 1986 Mar-Apr;7(2): 130-9 (112 ref.) 

DECEREBRATE STATE 

Long-lasting excitability changes of soleus 
alpha-motoneuron induced by midpontine stimulation in 
decerebrate, standing cat. Sakamoto T, et al. 
J Neurophysiol 1986 Mar;55(3):449-68 (59 ref.) 

DEFEROXAMINE 

Iron poisoning. Banner W Jr, et al. 
Pediatr Clin North Am 1986 Apr;33(2):393-409 (43 ref.) 

DEFICIENCY DISEASES 

Nutritional deficiencies in the neonate. Pereira GR, et al. 
Clin Perinatol 1986 Mar;13(l):175-89 (97 ref.) 

DELIVERY OF HEALTH CARE 

Biology, primary care, family, and community. A basis for 

rational geriatric care. Culpepper L, et al. 

Clin Geriatr Med 1986 Feb;2(l):37-51 (34 ref.) 
Health maintenance of the elderly. Kennie DC. 

Clin Geriatr Med 1986 Feb;2(l):53-83 (120 ref.) 
Geriatric assessment programs in the United States. Their 

growing role and impact. Rubenstein LZ. 

Clin Geriatr Med 1986 Feb;2(l):99-112 (47 ref.) 

DEMENTIA 

Management of dementia: a review. Arie T. Br Med Bull 

1986 Jan;42(l):91-6 (64 ref.) 
The transmissibility of dementia. Corsellis JA. 

Br Med Bull 1986 Jan;42(l):lll-4 (44 ref.) 
The secondary dementias of middle and later life. Kiloh LG. 

Br Med Bull 1986 Jan;42(l): 106-10 (39 ref.) 
Pharmacological treatments of dementia (non-cholinergic). 

Kopelman MD, et al. Br Med Bull 1986 Jan;42(l):101-5 

(55 ref.) 
Pharmacologic treatment of agitation associated with 

dementia. Risse SC, et al. J Am Geriatr Soc 1986 May; 

34(5):368-76 (143 ref.) 
Psychiatric disorders in parkinsonism: 2. Organic cerebral 

states and drug reactions. Harvey NS. Psychosomatics 1986 

Mar;27(3):175-7, 180, 181-4 (75 ref.) 
[Clinical diagnosis of primary degenerative dementia 

syndromes]' Ktoszewska I, et al. Psychiatr Pol 1985 

May-Jun; 1 9(3):2 1 9-25 (40 ref.) (Pol) 

[Encephalopathy in patients treated by hemodialysis as a 

psychiatric problem] Pilaczyriska E. Psychiatr Pol 1985 

Sep-Oct;19(5):387-95 (37 ref.) (Pol) 

DENTAL CARIES 

Patterns of preventive dental behavior. Swank ME, et al. 
Public Health Rep 1986 Mar-Apr; 101(2): 175-84 (31 ref.) 

[Epidemiological study of the incidence of caries and 
malocclusion in the deciduous dentition of the children in 
USL 16 nursery schools (Genoa-Levante)] Ghezzi F, et 
al. Minerva Stomatol 1986 Mar;35(3): 107-12 (21 ref.) (Eng. 
Abstr.) (Ita) 

DENTAL HEALTH SERVICES 

Patterns of preventive dental behavior. Swank ME, et al. 
Public Health Rep 1986 Mar-Apr;101(2):175-84 (31 ref.) 

DENTAL IMPLANTATION 

Biomaterials, biocompatibility, and peri-implant 
considerations. Lemons J, et al. Dent Clin North Am 1986 
Jan;30(l):3-23 (81 ref.) 



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DENTAL IMPLANTATION, 






JUL 1986 



DENTAL IMPLANTATION, 
ENDOSSEOUS 

Prosthetic considerations in reconstructive implantology. 
Finger IM, et al. Dent Clin North Am 1986 Jan;30(l):69-83 
(34 ref.) 

DENTAL IMPRESSION TECHNIC 

Tissue displacement methods in fixed prosthodontics. Benson 
BW, et al. J Prosthet Dent 1986 Feb;55(2): 175-81 (47 ref.) 

DENTAL MATERIALS 

Current status of release of fluoride ions and other bioactive 
agents from dental materials: prospects for controlled 
release. Masuhara E, et al. 
Crit Rev Ther Drug Carrier Syst 1985;1(2):91-119 (109 ref.) 

DENTAL PROPHYLAXIS 

The impact of research on scaling and root planing. O "Leary 
TJ. J Periodontol 1986 Feb;57(2):69-75 (80 ref.) 

DENTAL PROSTHESIS 

Prosthetic considerations in reconstructive implantology. 
Finger IM, et al. Dent Clin North Am 1986 Jan;30(l):69-83 
(34 ref.) 

DEPRESSION 

Depression, attempted suicide, and suicide in patients with 
chronic schizophrenia. Roy A. 
Psychiatr Clin North Am 1986 Mar;9(l): 193-206 (90 ref.) 

DEPRESSIVE DISORDER 

Social skills training: an effective treatment for unipolar 

non-psychotic depression? Jackson HJ, et al. 

Aust NZ J Psychiatry 1985 Dec;19(4):342-53 (52 ref.) 
Therapeutic effects of serotonin uptake inhibitors in 

depression. Asberg M, et al. J Clin Psychiatry 1986 Apr; 

47 Suppl:23-35 (199 ref.) 
[Cholinergic hypothesis of depression] Leboyer M, et al. 

Encephale 1985 Nov-Dec;ll(6):229-34 (53 ref.) (Eng. 

Abstr.) (Fre) 

[Clinical aspects of depression in children] de la Barra F. 

Rev Chil Pediatr 1985 Jul-Aug;56(4):272-7 (31 ref.) (Eng. 

Abstr.) (Spa) 

DEPTH PERCEPTION 

Visual depth illusion and falls in the elderly. Cohn TE, et 
al. Clin Geriatr Med 1985 Aug;l(3);601-20 (53 ref.) 

DERMATITIS, CONTACT 

[Problems of work hygiene and toxicology in the present-day 
manufacture of plastics of an epoxy resin base (review of 
the literature)] lavorovskil AP. Gig Tr Prof Zabol 1986 
Jan;(l):35-9 (42 ref.) (Rus) 

DERMATOGLYPHICS 



DIABETIC ANGIOPATHIES 

Are the vascular complications of diabetes mellitus preceded 
by an altered thromboxane/prostacyclin plasmatic ratio? 
Tomasi V, et al. Med Hypotheses 1986 Mar;19(3):229-41 
(46 ref.) 

DIABETIC NEPHROPATHIES 

End-state renal failure in diabetic nephropathy: 
pathophysiology and treatment. Schmitz O, et al. 
Blood Purif 1985;3(l-3):120-39 (102 ref.) 

[Microalbuminuria and early detection of diabetic 
nephropathy] Chachati A, et al. Rev Med Liege 1986 Feb 
15;41(4):117-21 (31 ref.) (Fre) 

DIACETYLMORPHINE 

The therapeutic use of heroin: a review of the 
pharmacological literature. Sawynok J. 
Can J Physiol Pharmacol 1986 Jan;64(l):l-6 (49 ref.) 

DIAGNOSTIC RELATED GROUPS 

Nutritional assessment and severity of illness classification 
systems: a critical review on their clinical relevance. 
Dionigi R, et al. World J Surg 1986 Feb;10(l):2-ll (49 
ref.) 

DIAGNOSTIC TESTS, ROUTINE 

The utility of routine chest radiographs. Tape TG, et al. 
Ann Intern Med 1986 May;104(5):663-70 (47 ref.) 

DIARRHEA 

Viral diarrhoea. Davidson GP. Clin Gastroenterol 1986 Jan; 

15(l):39-53 (69 ref.) 
Bacterial diarrhoea. Gracey M. Gin Gastroenterol 1986 Jan; 

15(l):21-37 (117 ref.) 
The use of furoxone: a perspective. Phillips KF, et al. 

J Int Med Res 1986;14(l):19-29 (73 ref.) 

DIARRHEA, INFANTILE 

Viral diarrhoea. Davidson GP. Clin Gastroenterol 1986 Jan; 

15(l):39-53 (69 ref.) 
Bacterial diarrhoea. Gracey M. Clin Gastroenterol 1986 Jan; 

15(l):21-37 (117 ref.) 

DICTYOSTELIUM 

Prestalk and prespore differentiation during development of 
Dictyostelium discoideum. Takeuchi I, et al. 
Curr Top Dev Biol 1986;20:243-56 (71 ref.) 

DIET 

Selenium and vitamins A, E, and C: nutrients with cancer 

prevention properties. Watson RR, et al. 

J Am Diet Assoc 1986 Apr;86(4):505-10 (41 ref.) 
Effects of maternal dietary intake on human milk 

composition. Lonnerdal B. J Nutr 1986 Apr;116(4):499-513 

(113 ref.) 



Absent and abortive palmar triradii: a review of literature DIET, REDUCING 
on their association with chromosomal aberrations. Sandhu 
BS, et al. Acta Anthropogenet 1984;8(3-4):277-96 (142 ref.) 



DERMATOLOGY 

Aesthetics in psychosomatic dermatology. I. Cosmetics, 
self-image, attractiveness. Melli C, et al. Clin Dermatol 
1984 Oct-Dec;2(4): 180-7 (45 ref.) 

DERMATOMYOSITIS 

Dermatomyositis-polymyositis in children. Goel KM, et al. 

Scott Med J 1986 Jan;31(l):15-9 (25 ref.) 
Adult onset polymyositis/dermatomyositis: an analysis of 

clinical and laboratory features and survival in 76 patients 

with a review of the literature. Hochberg MC, et al. 

Semin Arthritis Rheum 1986 Feb; 15(3): 168-78 (59 ref.) 

DIABETES MELLITUS 

Chromium metabolism and its role in disease processes in 

man. Anderson RA. Clin Physiol Biochem 1986;4(1):31-41 

(33 ref.) 
Microvascular haemodynamics in diabetes mellitus. Tooke 

JE. Clin Sci 1986 Feb;70(2):119-25 (75 ref.) 
Perioperative parenteral nutrition in the stressed diabetic 

patient. Vandewoude MF, et al. World J Surg 1986 Feb- 

10(l):72-6 (14 ref.) 

DIABETES MELLITUS, 
INSULIN-DEPENDENT 

[Immunology of type- 1 diabetes. The initial stages in a causal 
therapy] Scherbaum WA, et al. Dtsch Med Wochenschr 
1986 Apr ll;lll(15):593-6 (61 ref.) (Ger) 



The extension of maximum life span. Walford RL. 
Clin Geriatr Med 1985 Feb;l(l):29-35 (29 ref.) 

DIETARY FATS 

Cardiovascular actions of dietary polyunsaturates and related 
mechanisms. A state-of-the-art-review. Hoffmann P. 
Prostaglandins Leukotrienes Med 1986 Feb;21(2): 113-47 
(112 ref.) 

DIETARY FIBER 

[Value of dietary fiber in nutritional and gastroenterologic 
therapy] Monnier L. Ann Med Interne (Paris) 1985; 
136(8):677-81 (22 ref.) (Fre) 

DIETARY PROTEINS 

Methods for determining the protein requirement of infants. 

Yudkoff M, et al. Clin Perinatol 1986 Mar; 13(1): 123-32 (33 

ref.) 
Protein-mediated elevations in renal hemodynamics: 

existence of a hepato-renal axis? Premen AJ. 

Med Hypotheses 1986 Mar;19(3):295-309 (66 ref.) 

DIGESTION 

Carbohydrate digestion: development in early infancy. 
Lebenthal E, et al. Clin Perinatol 1986 Mar;13(l):37-55 
(107 ref.) 

DIGESTIVE SYSTEM DISEASES 

[Digestive manifestations in disseminated lupus 
erythematosus] Ziza JM, et al. 

Ann Gastroenterol Hepatol (Paris) 1986 Jan-Feb; 
22(l):27-32 (48 ref.) (Fre) 



DIGITALIS 

Digoxin 1785-1985. 1. Two hundred years of digitalis. Wade 
OL. J Clin Hosp Pharm 1986 Feb;ll(l):3-9 (19 ref.) 

DIGITALIS GLYCOSIDES 

Digitalis in the elderly. Chellingsworth M. 
J Clin Hosp Pharm 1986 Feb; 11(1): 15-9 (36 ref.) 

DIGOXIN 

Digoxin 1785-1985. 1. Two hundred years of digitalis. Wade 
OL. J Clin Hosp Pharm 1986 Feb;ll(l):3-9 (19 ref.) 

DIMETHYL SULFOXIDE 

Pharmacology of DMSO. Jacob SW, et al. Cryobiology 1986 
Feb;23(l): 14-27 (115 ref.) 

DIPHOSPHOGLYCERIC ACIDS 

Blood gas transport and 2,3-DPG. Meldon JH. 
Adv Exp Med Biol 1985;191:63-73 (31 ref.) 

DISABILITY EVALUATION 

[Work capacity of persons injured in traffic accidents. 
Temporary disability (a review of the literature)] 
laremenko DA, et al. Ortop Travmatol Protez 1986 Jan; 
(l):69-72 (35 ref.) (Rus) 

DISCRIMINATION (PSYCHOLOGY) 

Assessment of the capacity of human subjects and S-I 
neurons to distinguish opposing directions of stimulus 
motion across the skin. Essick GK, et al. Brain Res 1985 
Dec;357(3):187-212 (61 ref.) 

Form of empirical ROCs in discrimination and diagnostic 
tasks: implications for theory and measurement of 
performance. Swets JA. Psychol Bull 1986 Mar; 
99(2):1 81-98 (50 ref.) 

DISCRIMINATION LEARNING 

[Drug discrimination: methodology and current problems] 
Watanabe S. Yakubutsu Seishin Kodo 1985 Dec; 
5(4):289-302 (68 ref.) (Eng. Abstr.) (Jpn) 

DISEASE 

Health consequences of youth unemployment. Sanford MN, 
et al. Aust NZ J Psychiatry 1985 Dec;19(4):427-32 (42 ref.) 

DISEASE MODELS, ANIMAL 

Autoimmunity to cell membrane receptors. De Baets MH, 
et al. Surv Synth Pathol Res 1985;4(3): 185-2 15 (185 ref.) 

DISEASE OUTBREAKS 

[Heterogeneity and variability of Vibrio cholerae eltor 
populations and their role in the development of epidemic 
processes] Beliakov VD, et al. 

Zh Mikrobiol Epidemiol Immunobiol 1986 Feb;(2):91-7 (56 
ref.) (Rus) 

DNA 

Trace metals and neoplasia. Sky-Peck HH. 

Clin Physiol Biochem 1986;4(1):99-111 (63 ref.) 
Antibodies to DNA. Stellar BD. CRC Crit Rev Biochem 

1986;20(l):l-36 (189 ref.) 
Ageing, DNA repair of radiation damage and carcinogenesis: 

fact and fiction. Lehmann AR. IARC Sci Publ 1985; 

(58):203-13 (61 ref.) 
Molecular biology of DNA in Acanthamoeba, Amoeba, 

Entamoeba, and Naegleria. Byers TJ. Int Rev Cytol 1986; 

99:311-41 (119 ref.) 
Properties of human interleukin-2 receptors expressed on 

non-lymphoid cells by cDNA transfection. Sabe H, et al. 

Mol Biol Med 1984 Dec;2(6):379-96 (57 ref.) 
Genetics of ion channels. Salkoff LB, et al. Physiol Rev 1986 

Apr;66(2):301-29 (147 ref.) 

DNA, MITOCHONDRIAL 

Kinetoplast DNA in trypanosomid flagellates. Simpson L. 
Int Rev Cytol 1986;99:1 19-79 ( 135 ref.) 

DNA REPAIR 

Enzymology of DNA replication and repair in the brain. 

Suenzle CC. Brain Res 1985 Dec;357(3):231-45 ( 10 ref.) 
Ageing, DNA repair of radiation damage and carcinogenesis: 

fact and fiction. Lehmann AR. IARC Sci Publ 1985; 

(58):203-13 (61 ref.) 

DNA REPLICATION 

Enzymology of DNA replication and repair in the brain. 
Suenzle CC. Brain Res 1985 Dec;357(3):231-45 ( 10 ref.) 



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MEDICAL REVIEWS 



ENERGY METABOLISM 



DNA, RIBOSOMAL 

The ribosomal genes of Plasmodium. McCutchan TF. 
Int Rev Cytol 1986;99:295-309 (40 ref.) 

DOPAMINE 

Neurotransmitters of the cochlea and cochlear nucleus: 
immunocytochemical evidence. Altschuler RA, et al. 
Am J Otolaryngol 1986 Mar-Apr;7(2): 100-6 (59 ref.) 

[The hypothalamo-hypophyseal dopaminergic system in rats] 
Alexandrova M. Cesk Fysiol 1986;35(l).-17-28 (76 ref.) 

(Slo) 

DOPING IN SPORTS 

The use of anti-asthmatic drugs. Do they affect sports 
performance? Fitch KD. Sports Med 1986 Mar-Apr; 
3(2):136-50 (130 ref.) 

DROSOPHILA 

The bithorax complex of Drosophila: an overview. Morata 
G, et al. Cell Differ 1986 Mar;18(2):67-78 (73 ref.) 



Sulfite sensitivity. Simon RA. Ann Allergy 1986 Apr; 

56(4):281-8 (36 ref.) 
[Hypersensitivity reactions to penicillin. Mechanisms and 

diagnostic elements] Stager J, et al. Ther Umsch 1986 Feb; 

43(2): 103-11 (39 ref.) (Eng. Abstr.) (Fre) 

DRUG INTERACTIONS 

Drug interactions with methotrexate. Evans WE, et al. 
J Rheumatol 1985 Dec;12 Suppl 12:15-20 (60 ref.) 

DRUG RESISTANCE 

Methotrexate resistance and gene amplification. Mechanisms 
and implications. Schimke RT. Cancer 1986 May 15; 
57(10):1912-7 (52 ref.) 

DRUG THERAPY 

The role of drugs in falls in the elderly. Macdonald JB. 

Qin Geriatr Med 1985 Aug;l(3):621-36 (49 ref.) 
Social policy and drug safety. Tilson HH. 

Clin Geriatr Med 1986 Feb;2(l): 165-80 (114 ref.) 
[Drug-induced hepatic lesions] Adler M, et al. 

Rev Med Brux 1986 Feb;7(2):81-4 (16 ref.) (Eng. Abstr.) 

(Fre) 
[Pharmacotherapy monitored by drug levels in the body] 

Orzechowska-Juzwenko K. Pol Tyg Lek 1985 Dec 23-30; 

40(5 1-52): 1425-9 (13 ref.) (Pol) 

DRUGS 

Pharmacokinetic determinants of drug abuse and dependence. 

A conceptual perspective. Busto U, et al. 

din Pharmacokinet 1986 Mar-Apr;ll(2):144-53 (63 ref.) 
Biological effects of soluble synthetic polymers as drug 

carriers. Duncan R. Crit Rev Ther Drug Carrier Syst 1985; 

1(4):281-310 (208 ref.) 
Erythrocyte carriers. Ihler GM, et al. 

Crit Rev Ther Drug Carrier Syst 1985; 1(2): 155-87 (202 ref.) 
Albumin microspheres as drug carriers. Morimoto Y, et al. 

Crit Rev Ther Drug Carrier Syst 1985;2(l):19-63 (104 ref.) 
Immunological problems of polymer-bound drugs. Rihova 

B, et al. Crit Rev Ther Drug Carrier Syst 1985;l(4):311-74 

(301 ref.) 
Liposomes as targetable drug carriers. Torchilin VP. 

Crit Rev Ther Drug Carrier Syst 1985;2(1):65-115 (222 ref.) 
Liposomes for oral administration of drugs. Woodley JF. 

Crit Rev Ther Drug Carrier Syst 1985;2(1):1-18 (84 ref.) 
Basic pharmacokinetics. Levy RH, et al. 

Ther Drug Monit 1986;8(l):47-58 (34 ref.) 
[Interaction of alcohol with the liver, nutrition, drugs and 

carcinogens] Lieber CS. Gastroenterol Clin Biol 1985 Dec; 

9(12):893-8 (41 ref.) (Fre) 

[Clinico-pharmacological aspects of enzyme induction] 

Bartlomowicz B. Pol Tyg Lek 1985 Dec 23-30; 

40(51-52):1430-3 (37 ref.) (Pol) 

[Pharmacotherapy monitored by drug levels in the body] 

Orzechowska-Juzwenko K. Pol Tyg Lek 1985 Dec 23-30; 

40(51-52):1425-9 (13 ref.) (Pol) 

DUODENUM 

[Consequences of cholecystectomy (2)] Capron JP, et al. 
Gastroenterol Clin Biol 1986 Jan;10(l):57-65 (180 ref.) 

(Fre) 

DYNORPHIN 

Neurotransmitters of the cochlea and cochlear nucleus: 
immunocytochemical evidence. Altschuler RA, et al. 
Am J Otolaryngol 1986 Mar- Apr;7(2): 100-6 (59 ref.) 

DYSGERMINOMA 

Cancer of the testis: a new paradigm. Einhorn LH. 
Hosp Pract [Off] 1986 Apr 15;2 1(4): 165-72, 175-8 (6 ref.) 



Fertility after radiotherapy for testicular cancer. Fossa SD. 
Prog Clin Biol Res 1985;203:703-12 (13 ref.) 

DYSKINESIA, DRUG-INDUCED 

Depot neuroleptics: side effects and safety. Marder SR. 
J Clin Psychopharmacol 1986 Feb;6(l Suppl):24S-29S (36 
ref.) 

DYSLEXIA 

Rapid alternating stimulus naming in the developmental 
dyslexias. Wolf M. Brain Lang 1986 Mar;27(2):360-79 (84 
ref.) 

DYSPNEA 

[Acute laryngitis causing dyspnea in children. Recent 
findings] Lebecque P, et al. Ann Pediatr (Paris) 1986 Jan; 
33(1): 11-7 (69 ref.) (Eng. Abstr.) (Fre) 

[Alarming dyspnea] Yernault JC, et al. Rev Med Brux 1986 
Feb;7(2):108-13 (15 ref.) (Eng. Abstr.) (Fre) 

DYSTONIA 

Neuroleptic-associated tardive syndromes. Jeste DV, et al. 
Psychiatr Clin North Am 1986 Mar;9(l):183-92 (34 ref.) 

EDEMA 

Evaluation of foot swelling and lower-limb temperatures in 
relation to leg activity during long-term seated office work. 
Winkel J, et al. Ergonomics 1986 Feb;29(2):313-28 (76 ref.) 

EFFERENT PATHWAYS 

[The autonomous nervous system and pulmonary circulation. 
Stimulation of chemoreceptors and ventilation/perfusion 
ratios] Lockhart A. Rev Mai Respir 1985;2 Suppl l:S3-9 
(63 ref.) (Eng. Abstr.) (Fre) 

ELECTROCARDIOGRAPHY 

Computer description and evaluation of cardiotocograms: a 
review. Stigsby B, et al. 

Eur J Obstet Gynecol Reprod Biol 1986 Feb;21(2):61-86 
(124 ref.) 

ELECTROENCEPHALOGRAPHY 

Electrophysiology of Alzheimer 's disease. Fenton GW. 

Br Med Bull 1986 Jan;42(l):29-33 (44 ref.) 
Spatial EEG patterns, non-linear dynamics and perception: 

the neo-Sherringtonian view. Freeman WJ, et al. 

Brain Res 1985 Dec;357(3):147-75 ( 109 ref.) 
The physiology and pharmacology of hippocampal formation 

theta rhythms. Bland BH. Prog Neurobiol 1986;26(l):l-54 

(279 ref.) 

ELECTROLYTES 

Metabolic complications of urologic intestinal substitutes. 
Kosko JW, et al. Urol Clin North Am 1986 May; 
13(2): 193-200 (48 ref.) 

ELECTROMAGNETICS 

Exposure to electromagnetic fields and the risk of leukemia. 
Sheikh K. Arch Environ Health 1986 Jan-Feb;41(l):56-63 
(27 ref.) 

[Effect of low-intensity monochromatic electromagnetic 
fields of the millimeter range on biological processes] 
Golant MB. Biofizika 1986 Jan-Feb;31(l):139-47 (31 ref.) 
(Eng. Abstr.) (Rus) 

ELECTROMYOGRAPHY 

Modelling myoelectric interference patterns during 
movement. Sherif MH, et al. Med Biol Eng Comput 1986 
Jan;24(l):2-9 (85 ref.) 

ELECTROTHERAPY 

Effectiveness of transcutaneous electrical neural stimulation 
in the treatment of pain. Recommendations for use in the 
treatment of sports injuries. Jensen JE, et al. 
Sports Med 1986 Mar-Apr;3(2):79-88 (38 ref.) 

EMBOLISM 

Intracardiac thrombi and systemic embolization. Meltzer RS, 
et al. Ann Intern Med 1986 May;104(5):689-98 (96 ref.) 

EMBOLISM, FAT 

[Fat embolism syndrome. Considerations on 233 cases] Caroli 
G. Clin Ter 1985 Dec 31;115(6):477-90 (81 ref.) (Eng. 
Abstr.) (Ita) 

EMBRYO 

The implications of embryonic gene expression in neoplasia. 
Coggin JH Jr. CRC Crit Rev Oncol Hematol 1986; 
5(l):37-55 (105 ref.) 



Embryo-derived stem cells: a tool for elucidating the 

developmental genetics of the mouse. Bradley A, et al. 

Curr Top Dev Biol 1986;20:357-71 (50 ref.) 
Neurotransmitter phenotypic plasticity in the mammalian 

embryo. Jonakait GM, et al. Curr Top Dev Biol 1986; 

20:165-75 (60 ref.) 

EMETICS 

Gastrointestinal decontamination for acute poisoning. 
Rodgers GC Jr, et al. Pediatr Clin North Am 1986 Apr; 
33(2):261-85 (188 ref.) 

EMOTIONS 

Methodologies of affective classification. Giblin PT. 

J Genet Psychol 1985 Jun;146(2):217-26 (32 ref.) 
Vocal affect expression: a review and a model for future 

research. Scherer KR. Psychol Bull 1986 Mar;99(2): 143-65 

(120 ref.) 

ENALAPRIL 

Enalapril: a new angiotensin converting enzyme inhibitor. 
Cleary JD, et al. Drug Intell Clin Pharm 1986 Mar; 
20(3):177-86 (104 ref.) 

ENDARTERECTOMY 

Carotid surgery in stroke prevention. Sheng FC, et al. 
Am Fam Physician 1986 Apr;33(4):109-24 (58 ref.) 

ENDOCARDITIS, BACTERIAL 

Life-threatening complications of infective endocarditis and 
their management. Weinstein L. Arch Intern Med 1986 
May;146(5):953-7 (44 ref.) 

ENDOCRINE GLANDS 

Paracrine action of transforming growth factors. 

Gol-Winkler R. Clin Endocrinol Metab 1986 Feb; 

15(1):99-115 (117 ref.) 
Paracrine mechanisms involved in granulosa cell 

differentiation. Hsueh AJ. Clin Endocrinol Metab 1986 Feb; 

15(l):117-34 (32 ref.) 
Paracrine regulation of luteal function. Khan-Dawood FS, 

etal. Clin Endocrinol Metab 1986Feb;15(l):171-84 (84 ref.) 
Paracrine regulation of mammary gland growth. Oka T, et 

al. Clin Endocrinol Metab 1986 Feb;15(l):79-97 (66 ref.) 
Paracrine control of the testis. Sharpe RM. 

Clin Endocrinol Metab 1986 Feb; 15(1): 185-207 (108 ref.) 
Paracrine regulation of follicular maturation in primates. 

Tonetta SA, et al. Clin Endocrinol Metab 1986 Feb; 

15(0:135-56 (163 ref.) 
Paracrine functions of somatomedins. Underwood LE, et al. 

Clin Endocrinol Metab 1986 Feb;15(l):59-77 (52 ref.) 
Age and the endocrine system. Noth RH, et al. 

Clin Geriatr Med 1985 Feb;l(l):223-50 (256 ref.) 
[The endocrine system in old age] Tatar P. Cesk Fysiol 1986; 

35(1):1-16 (122 ref.) (Slo) 

ENDOMETRIUM 

[Steroid substances estrogen, progesterone and cell 
proliferation] Okada H, et al. Nippon Rinsho 1986 Jan; 
44(l):130-4 (30 ref.) (Jpn) 

ENDORPHINS 

Peptide neuroregulators: the opioid system as a model. 

Barchas JD, et al. Yale J Biol Med 1985 Nov-Dec; 

58(6):579-96 (159 ref.) 
[Neurochemical characteristics of opioid peptides] 

Vion-Dury J, et al. Presse Med 1986 Mar 8;15(10):475-9 

(21 ref.) (Eng. Abstr.) (Fre) 

ENDOTHELIUM 

Endothelial cell seeding of synthetic vascular prostheses. 

Stanley JC, et al. Acta Chir Scand [Suppl] 1985;529: 17-27 

(48 ref.) 
[Protein and polypeptide growth factors endothelial 

cell-derived growth factor] Imamura T, et al. 

Nippon Rinsho 1986 Jan;44(l):64-8 (12 ref.) (Jpn) 

ENERGY METABOLISM 

Energy supply of the central nervous system. Siebert G, et 

al. Bibl Nutr Dieta 1986;(38):l-26 (62 ref.) 
Biochemical studies of nerve cells and energy metabolism 

in Alzheimer Is disease. Bowen DM, et al. Br Med Bull 

1986 Jan;42(l):75-80 (60 ref.) 
The effects of varying energy and nitrogen intake on nitrogen 

balance, body composition, and metabolic rate. Edens NK, 

et al. Clin Chest Med 1986 Mar;7(l):3-17 (100 ref.) 
Adaptation of respiratory muscles to acute and chronic stress. 

Considerations on energy and fuels. Haddad GG, et al. 

Clin Chest Med 1986 Mar;7(l):79-89 (121 ref.) 
Relationship between energy requirements for Na+ 

reabsorption and other renal functions. Cohen JJ. 

Kidney Int 1986 Jan;29(l):32-40 (61 ref.) 



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ENKEPHALINS 
ENKEPHALINS 

Neurotransmitters of the cochlea and cochlear nucleus: 
immunocytochemical evidence. Altschuler RA, et al. 
Am J Otolaryngol 1986 Mar- Apr;7(2): 100-6 (59 ref.) 

Nomenclature for enkephalin degrading peptidases. Hersh 
LB. Life Sci 1986 Mar 31;38(13):1151-3 (17 ref.) 

ENTAMOEBA 

Molecular biology of DNA in Acanthamoeba, Amoeba, 
Entamoeba, and Naegleria. Byers TJ. Int Rev Cytol 1986; 
99:311-41 (119 ref.) 

ENTERAL FEEDING 

Enteral nutritional support. Metabolic, cardiovascular, and 
pulmonary interrelations. Heymsfield SB, et al. 
Clin Chest Med 1986 Mar;7(l):41-67 (60 ref.) 

ENTERITIS 

Pathophysiology of Campylobacter enteritis. Walker RI, et 
al. Microbiol Rev 1986 Mar;50(l):81-94 (193 ref.) 

ENTEROBACTERIACEAE 
INFECTIONS 

The use of furoxone: a perspective. Phillips KF, et al. 
J Int Med Res 1986;14(l):19-29 (73 ref.) 

ENTEROCOLITIS, 
PSEUDOMEMBRANOUS 

Necrotising enterocolitis. de Louvois J. J Hosp Infect 1986 
Jan;7(l):4-12 (52 ref.) 

ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH 

Nuclear medicine and the environment: radiation 
interactions. Schmelter RF. Semin Nucl Med 1986 Apr; 
16(2):87-105 (72 ref.) 

ENZYMES 

Micellar enzymology. Martinek K, et al. Eur J Biochem 1986 

Mar 17;155(3):453-68 (325 ref.) 
Red cell enzymes in myelodysplastic syndromes: a review. 

Lintula R. Scand J Haematol [Suppl] 1986;45:56-9 (22 ref.) 

EOSINOPHILIA 

The eosinophil and the pathophysiology of asthma. Frigas 
E, et al. J Allergy Clin Immunol 1986 Apr;77(4):527-37 
(81 ref.) 

EPIDERMAL GROWTH 
FACTOR-UROGASTRONE 

Epidermal growth factor, its receptor, and related proteins. 
Carpenter G, et al. Exp Cell Res 1986 May;164(l):l-10 
(80 ref.) 

[Epidermal growth factor and an experimental model of 
psoriasis] Aoyagi T. Nippon Rinsho 1986 Jan;44(l):208-15 
(26 ref.) (Jpn) 

[Protein and polypeptide growth factors epidermal growth 
factor] Hirata Y. Nippon Rinsho 1986 Jan;44(l):7-15 (44 
ref.) (Jpn) 

[Cornea! would healing and growth factors] Okisaka S, et 
al. Nippon Rinsho 1986 Jan;44(l):2 16-22 (25 ref.) (Jpn) 

[Determination of urinary epidermal growth factor and its 
clinical significance] Uchihashi M, et al. Nippon Rinsho 
1986 Jan;44(l):223-8 (23 ref.) (Jpn) 

EPILEPSY, TEMPORAL LOBE 

[Chronoelectroencephalography in the diagnosis of 
neurologic diseases] Marks E, et al. 
Neurol Neurochir Pol 1985 Sep-Oct;19(5):427-31 (5 ref.) 

(Pol) 

EPOXY RESINS 

[Problems of work hygiene and toxicology in the present-day 
manufacture of plastics of an epoxy resin base (review of 
the literature)] lavorovskii AP. Gig Tr Prof Zabol 1986 
Jan;(l):35-9 (42 ref.) (Rus) 

EPSTEIN-BARR VIRUS 

The role of Epstein-Barr virus in lymphomas of homosexual 
males. Ernberg I. Prog Allergy 1986;37:301-18 (46 ref.) 

EQUILIBRIUM 

Gait and balance in the elderly. Two functional capacities 
that link sensory and motor ability to falls. Wolfson LI, 
et al. Clin Geriatr Med 1985 Aug;l(3):649-59 (31 ref.) 

EQUIPMENT AND SUPPLIES 

Food and Drug Administration regulation of medical device 
biotechnology, and food and fnnH o^xi*:..- u:-.. ' ->loov 



MEDICAL REVIEWS 

Kahan JS, et al. Appl Biochem Biotechnol 1985 Dec; 
11(6):507-16 (24 ref.) 

EQUIPMENT FAILURE 

Measures of prevention and technical problems during 
reoperations in cardiac surgery, von der Emde J, et al. 
Thorac Cardiovasc Surg 1986 Feb;34(l):5-l 1 (30 ref.) 

ERYTHROCYTE AGING 

Senescent cell antigen: a terminal differentiation antigen. Kay 
MM. Surv Synth Pathol Res 1985;4(3):227-36 (69 ref.) 

ERYTHROCYTE MEMBRANE 

Molecular aspects of band 3 protein-mediated anion transport 
across the red blood cell membrane. Passow H. 
Rev Physiol Biochem Pharmacol 1986;103:61-203 (371 ref.) 

ERYTHROCYTES 

Erythrocyte carriers. Ihler GM, et al. 

Crit Rev Ther Drug Carrier Syst 1985;l(2):155-87 (202 ref.) 
Ferrokinetic abnormalities and red cell life span in 

myelodysplastic syndromes: a review. Lintula R. 

Scand J Haematol [Suppl] 1986;45:48-52 (16 ref.) 
Red cell enzymes in myelodysplastic syndromes: a review. 

Lintula R. Scand J Haematol [Suppl] 1986;45:56-9 (22 ref.) 

ERYTHROLEUKEMIA 

The role of two interferon-induced enzymatic activities in 
erythroid differentiation of Friend cells. Rossi GB, et al. 
Prog din Biol Res 1985;202:285-96 (65 ref.) 

ERYTHROPOIESIS 

Cell-cell interactions in erythropoiesis. Mamus SW, et al. 

Prog Clin Biol Res 1986;21 1:227-44 (70 ref.) 
The role of two interferon-induced enzymatic activities in 

erythroid differentiation of Friend cells. Rossi GB, et al. 

Prog Clin Biol Res 1985;202:285-96 (65 ref.) 

ERYTHROPOIETIN 

Erythropoietin research, 80 years after the initial studies by 
Carnot and Deflandre. Jelkmann W. Respir Physiol 1986 
Mar;63(3):257-66 (70 ref.) 

[Protein and polypeptide growth factors colony stimulating 
factor, thrombopoietin, and erythropoietin] Kajigaya S, et 
al. Nippon Rinsho 1986 Jan;44(l):35-41 (30 ref.) (Jpn) 

ESCHERICHIA COLI 

[Role of bacterial adherence in urinary tract infections] 
Gromska W. Postepy Hig Med Dosw 1985 May-Jun; 
39(3):245-63 (56 ref.) (Eng. Abstr.) (Pol) 

ESCHERICHIA COLI INFECTIONS 

[Role of bacterial adherence in urinary tract infections] 
Gromska W. Postepy Hig Med Dosw 1985 May-Jun; 
39(3):245-63 (56 ref.) (Eng. Abstr.) (Pol) 

[Antibacterial therapy in surgery of the biliary tract (a review 
of the literature)] Ermolov AS, et al. Khirurgiia (Mosk) 
1986 Feb;(2): 137-42 (80 ref.) (Rus) 

ESTHETICS 

Aesthetics in psychosomatic dermatology. II. Skin changes 

experienced as cutaneous disease. Giorgini S, et al. 

Clin Dermatol 1984 Oct-Dec;2(4): 188-200 (58 ref.) 
Aesthetics in psychosomatic dermatology. I. Cosmetics, 

self-image, attractiveness. Melli C, et al. Clin Dermatol 

1984 Oct-Dec;2(4): 180-7 (45 ref.) 

ESTROGENS 

[Steroid substances estrogen, progesterone and cell 
proliferation] Okada H, et al. Nippon Rinsho 1986 Jan; 
44(l):130-4 (30 ref.) (Jpn) 

ETHYLENE GLYCOLS 

The alcohols: ethanol, methanol, isopropanol, ethylene 
glycol. Litovitz T. Pediatr Clin North Am 1986 Apr; 
33(2):3 11-23 (40 ref.) 

[Ethylene glycol poisoning] Campanya Mora M, et al. 
Med Clin (Bare) 1986 Jan 18;86(2>.71-7 (67 ref.) (Spa) 

ETHYLNITROSOUREA 

Development of nitrosourea-induced brain tumours with 
a special note on changes occurring during latency. Lantos 
PL. Food Chem Toxicol 1986 Feb;24(2):121-7 (63 ref.) 

EVOLUTION 

Genetic, biochemical, and molecular approaches to Volvox 
development and evolution. Kirk DL, et al. 
Int Rev Cytol 1986;99:2 17-93 (170 ref.) 

Phylogenetical aspects on islet hormone families: a 
m>ni,j ew w jth particular reference to insulin as a growth 



JUL 

factor and to the phylogeny of PYY and 

immunoreactive cells and nerves in the endocri 

exocrine pancreas. Falkmer S, et al. Peptides 1985;< 

3:315-20 (27 ref.) 
Evolutionary relationship between nonmammalia 

mammalian peptides. Lazarus LH, et al. Peptides 

Suppl 3:295-307 (137 ref.) 
[The role of natural selection in evolution] Sukhodok 

Genetika 1986 Feb;22(2):181-93 (41 ref.) (Eng. At 

EXERCISE THERAPY 

[Antihypertensive exercise therapy] Arakawa K. 
Kokyu To Junkan 1985 Dec;33(12):1435-41 (29 re 

EXERTION 

Profiling the hypertensive patient in sports. Zabetak 

Clin Sports Med 1984 Jan;3(l): 137-52 (59 ref.) 
The use of anti-asthmatic drugs. Do they affect 

performance? Fitch KD. Sports Med 1986 Ma 

3(2): 136-50 (130 ref.) 
Exercise and obesity. Pacy PJ, et al. Sports Me 

Mar-Apr;3(2):89-113 (180 ref.) 

EYE 

Histaminergic mechanisms in the vertebrate visual 

Nowak JZ. Pol J Pharmacol Pharm 1985 No 

37(6):783-819 (138 ref.) 
[Use of the carbon dioxide laser in ophthalmic s 

Bol'shunov AV, et al. Vestn Oftalmol 1986 Js 

102(l):56-8 (39 ref.) 
[Effect of precision work on the eye] Chernysheva 

Vestn Oftalmol 1986 Jan-Feb;102(l):59-62 (74 ref 



EYE DISEASES 

Diagnosis and management of ocular complications c 

hemoglobinopaties: Part III. Cohen SB, et al. 

Ophthalmic Surg 1986 Mar;17(3):184-8 contd (0 r 
Diagnosis and management of ocular complications c 

hemoglobinopathies: Part II. Cohen SB, et al. 

Ophthalmic Surg 1986 Feb;17(2):110-6 contd (0 n 

FACILITY DESIGN AND 
CONSTRUCTION 

Visual depth illusion and falls in the elderly. Cohn 
al. Clin Geriatr Med 1985 Aug;l(3):601-20 (53 re 

FAMILY 

Family relations in adolescence: myths, realities, ai 

directions. Hill JP. Genet Soc Gen Psychol Mono 

May;lll(2):233-48 (39 ref.) 
Family stress and schizophrenia. Theory and p 

Falloon IR. Psychiatr Clin North Am 1986 Mar;9(l) 

(32 ref.) 
[Importance of medico-psychological factors in pr< 

family health and healing] Scripcaru G, et al. 

Rev Med Chir Soc Med Nat lasi 1985 Jul-Sep;89(: 

(17 ref.) (Eng. Abstr.) 

FAMILY THERAPY 

Family and individual therapy: comparisons and cc 
Holmes J. Br J Psychiatry 1985 Dec; 147:668-76 ( 

The efficacy of antipsychotic drugs and family ther 
the maintenance treatment of schizophrenia. Schoo 
J Clin Psychopharmacol 1986 Feb;6(l Suppl): 11S- 
ref.) 

FAT EMULSIONS, INTRAVENOl 

Fat emulsions and lung function. Hageman JR, et 

Clin Chest Med 1986 Mar;7(l):69-77 (45 ref.) 
Intravenous administration of lipid emulsions to pr 

infants. Stahl GE, et al. Clin Perinatol 198 

13(l):133-62 (155 ref.) 
New aspects of parenteral nutrition with fat emul 

injured patients. Kleinberger G. World J Surg 19 

10(l):20-32 (48 ref.) 

FATTY ACIDS, UNSATURATED 

Vitamin E and selenium participation in fati 
desaturation. A proposal for an enzymatic function 
nutrients. Infante JP. Mol Cell Biochem 19J 
69(2):93-108 (152 ref.) 

Cardiovascular actions of dietary polyunsaturates ant 
mechanisms. A state-of-the-art-review. Hoffman 
Prostaglandins Leukotrienes Med 1986 Feb;21(2 
(112 ref.) 

FEAR 

Differential diagnosis and treatment of panic dis 
medical model perspective. Vittone BJ, et al. 
Aust NZ J Psychiatry 1985 Dec;19(4):330-41 (5< 



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GASTRIC ACID 



FEEDING BEHAVIOR 

Dietary restraint: a theoretical and empirical review. 
Ruderman AJ. Psychol Bull 1986 Mar;99(2):247-62 (79 ref.) 

FEMORAL NERVE 

[Femoral nerve neuropathy a neurological complication 
after gynecologic laparotomy] Poulsen HK. 
Ugeskr Laeger 1986 Feb 24;148(9):509-11 (29 ref.) (Eng. 
Abstr.) (Dan) 

FEMUR HEAD NECROSIS 

Legg-Calve-Perthes disease: results of long-term follow-up. 
Weinstein SL. Hip 1985;:28-37 (71 ref.) 

FERTILITY 

Fertility after radiotherapy for testicular cancer. Fossa SD. 
Prog Clin Biol Res 1985;203:703-12 (13 ref.) 

FETAL DEVELOPMENT 

rhe development of the small intestine. Thomson AB, et 

al. Can J Physiol Pharmacol 1986 Jan;64(l):13-29 (206 ref.) 
Assessment of fetal growth. Lockwood CJ, et al. 

Clin Perinatol 1986 Mar;13(l):3-35 (233 ref.) 
Upper limb tissue differentiation in the human embryo. Beatty 

E. Hand Clin 1985 Aug;l(3):39 1-403 (58 ref.) 
Development of the upper limb. Zaleske DJ. Hand Clin 1985 

Aug;l(3):383-90 (50 ref.) 
'Significance of lead pollution in human intrauterine 

development] Sikorski R, et al. Wiad Lek 1985 Nov 15; 

38(22):1586-92 (64 ref.) (Eng. Abstr.) (Pol) 

FETAL GROWTH RETARDATION 

rhe evaluation of the methods used in the diagnosis of 
intrauterine growth retardation. Villar J, et al. 
Obstet Gynecol Sure 1986 Apr;41(4): 187-99 (76 ref.) 

FETAL MONITORING 

Computer description and evaluation of cardiotocograms: a 

review. Stigsby B, et al. 

Eur J Obstet Gynecol Reprod Biol 1986 Feb;21(2):61-86 

(124 ref.) 
Assessing the diagnostic accuracy and efficacy of selected 

antepartum fetal surveillance techniques. Thacker SB, et 

al. Obstet Gynecol Surv 1986 Mar;41(3):121-41 (225 ref.) 

FIBRINOLYSIS 

ITie fibrinolytic system in man. Collen D, et al. 
CRC Crit Rev Oncol Hematol 1986;4(3):249-301 (475 ref.) 

FIBROBLAST GROWTH FACTOR 

'Corneal would healing and growth factors] Okisaka S, et 

' al. Nippon Rinsho 1986 Jan;44(l):2 16-22 (25 ref.) (Jpn) 

[Protein and polypeptide growth factors fibroblast growth 

factor] Shimizu N. Nippon Rinsho 1986 Jan;44(l):24-7 (29 

ref.) (Jpn) 

FIBRONECTINS 

Phagocytosis of particulate activators of the alternative 

complement pathway: effects of fibronectin. Czop JK. 

Adv Immunol 1986;38:361-98 (181 ref.) 
[Fibronectin functions, structure, immunological aspects 

and relation to collagen disease] Watanabe Y, et al. 

Ryumachi 1985 Nov;25(5):381-93 (84 ref.) (Jpn) 

FILARIASIS 

Pathogenesis of lymphatic filariasis in man. Connor DH, et 
al. Z Parasitenkd 1986;72(1): 13-28 (46 ref.) 

FINGERS 

Polydactyly. Simmons BP. Hand Clin 1985 Aug;l(3):545-65 
(86 ref.) 

FISH OILS 

Fish oil consumption and decreased risk of cardiovascular 
disease: a comparison of findings from animal and human 
feeding trials. Herold PM, et al. Am J Clin Nutr 1986 Apr; 
43(4):566-98 (79 ref.) 

FISHES 

Fish oil consumption and decreased risk of cardiovascular 
disease: a comparison of findings from animal and human 
feeding trials. Herold PM, et al. Am J Clin Nutr 1986 Apr; 
43(4):566-98 (79 ref.) 

FLOW CYTOMETRY 

Multiparameter analysis of human lymphocyte 
subpopulations using flow cytometry. Lewis DE, et al. 
Surv Synth Pathol Res 1985;4(3):237-47 (34 ref.) 



FLUID THERAPY 

Fluid resuscitation of the thermally injured patient. Current 
concepts with definition of clinical subsets and their 
specialized treatment. Rubin WD, et al. Clin Plast Surg 
1986 Jan;13(l):9-20 ( 71 ref.) 

FLUORESCENT ANTIBODY TECHNIC 

Cutaneous immunofluorescence. Izuno GT. Clin Lab Med 
1986 Mar;6(l):85-102 (78 ref.) 

FLUORIDES 

Current status of release of fluoride ions and other bioactive 
agents from dental materials: prospects for controlled 
release. Masuhara E, et al. 
Crit Rev Ther Drug Carrier Syst 1985;1(2):91-119 (109 ref.) 

FLUSHING 

Racial differences in alcohol sensitivity. Chan AW. 
Alcohol Alcohol 1986;21(1):93-104 (105 ref.) 

FOLIC ACID 

Folate status in the aged. Grinblat J. Clin Geriatr Med 1985 
Nov;l(4):711-28 (101 ref.) 

FOLIC ACID DEFICIENCY 

Folate status in the aged. Grinblat J. Clin Geriatr Med 1985 
Nov;l(4):711-28 (101 ref.) 

FOLLICULITIS 

Whirlpool-associated folliculitis caused by Pseudomonas 
aeruginosa: report of an outbreak and review. Ratnam S, 
et al. J Clin Microbiol 1986 Mar;23(3):655-9 (46 ref.) 

FOOD 

Effects of refeeding on respiration and skeletal muscle 
function. Fraser IM. Clin Chest Med 1986 Mar;7(l):131-9 
(54 ref.) 

FOOD ADDITIVES 

Food and Drug Administration regulation of medical device 
biotechnology, and food and food additive biotechnology. 
Kahan JS, et al. Appl Biochem Biotechnol 1985 Dec; 
11(6):507-16 (24 ref.) 

FOOD ANALYSIS 

Magnesium content of the food supply in the modern-day 
world. Marier JR. Magnesium 1986;5(l):l-8 (48 ref.) 

FOOD CONTAMINATION 

Extraction and clean-up of contaminants and toxicants from 
food for mass spectrometric analysis a literature review. 
Reid WJ. Food Addit Contain 1986 Jan-Mar;3(l):l-42 (200 
ref.) 

FOOD DEPRIVATION 

Nutrition and the pulmonary parenchyma. Sahebjami H. 
Clin Chest Med 1986 Mar;7(l):lll-26 (55 ref.) 

FOOD HANDLING 

Robots in food systems: a review and assessment of potential 
uses. Adams EA, et al. J Am Diet Assoc 1986 Apr; 
86(4):476-80 (24 ref.) 

FOOD HYPERSENSITIVITY 

Food sensitive enteropathies. Walker-Smith JA. 

Clin Gastroenterol 1986 Jan;15(l):55-69 (54 ref.) 
[Diagnosis and management of food allergy] Douet M, et 
al. Ther Umsch 1986 Feb;43(2):l 12-20 (8 ref.) (Eng. Abstr.) 

(Fre) 

[Milk allergy in prurigo and urticaria] Rudzki E, et al. 
Przegl Dermatol 1985 Nov-Dec;72(6):558-62 (16 ref.) 

(Pol) 

FOOD IRRADIATION 

Radiation preservation of foods of plant origin. III. Tropical 
fruits: bananas, mangoes, and papayas. Thomas P. 
CRC Crit Rev Food Sci Nutr 1986;23(2):147-205 (146 ref.) 

FOOD PREFERENCES 

Sensory-specific satiety. Rolls BJ. Nutr Rev 1986 Mar; 
44(3):93-101 (50 ref.) 

FOOD SUPPLY 

Pigeonpea as an important food source. Salunkhe DK, et 
al. CRC Crit Rev Food Sci Nutr 1986;23(2):103-45 (235 
ref.) 

Magnesium content of the food supply in the modern-day 
world. Marier JR. Magnesium 1986;5(l):l-8 (48 ref.) 



FOOT DERMATOSES 

Podiatric implications of acquired immunodeficiency 
syndrome. Abramson C. J Am Podiatr Med Assoc 1986 
Mar;76(3): 124-36 (51 ref.) 

FOOT DISEASES 

Podiatric implications of acquired immunodeficiency 
syndrome. Abramson C. J Am Podiatr Med Assoc 1986 
Mar;76(3):124-36 (51 ref.) 

FRACTURE FIXATION 

Surgical stabilization of pathological neoplastic fractures. 
Colyer RA. Curr Probl Cancer 1986 Mar;10(3):l 17-68 (45 
ref.) 

FRACTURES 

Risk factors for injury after a fall. Melton LJ 3d, et al. 
Clin Geriatr Med 1985 Aug;l(3):525-39 (71 ref.) 

FRACTURES, SPONTANEOUS 

Surgical stabilization of pathological neoplastic fractures. 
Colyer RA. Curr Probl Cancer 1986 Mar; 10(3): 117-68 (45 
ref.) 

FRONTAL LOBE 

Clinical aspects of premotor function. Freund HJ. 

Behay Brain Res 1985 Nov-Dec; 18(2): 187-91 (23 ref.) 
The primate premotor cortex fifty years after Fulton. Wise 

SP. Behav Brain Res 1985 Nov-Dec; 18(2):79-88 (72 ref.) 

FRUIT 

Radiation preservation of foods of plant origin. III. Tropical 
fruits: bananas, mangoes, and papayas. Thomas P. 
CRC Crit Rev Food Sci Nutr 1986;23(2): 147-205 (146 ref.) 

FSH 

Induction of ovulation in primate models. Kenigsberg D, et 
al. Endocr Rev 1986 Feb;7(l):34-43 (45 ref.) 

FUNGI 

Formation and germination of fungal arthroconidia. Barrera 
CR. CRC Crit Rev Microbiol 1986; 12(4):27 1-92 (83 ref.) 

Conidiogenesis of fungi pathogenic for man. Campbell CK. 
CRC Crit Rev Microbiol 1986;12(4):321-41 (102 ref.) 

FURAZOLIDONE 

The use of furoxone: a perspective. Phillips KF, et al. 
J Int Med Res 1986;14(l):19-29 (73 ref.) 

GABA 

Neurotransmitters of the cochlea and cochlear nucleus: 

immunocytochemical evidence. Altschuler RA, et al. 

Am J Otolaryngol 1986 Mar-Apr;7(2): 100-6 (59 ref.) 
[Gamma-aminobutyric acid and bulbar mechanisms of 

regulating hemodynamics] Gurevich MI, et al. 

Fiziol Zh 1986 Jan-Feb;32(l):107-14 (73 ref.) (Riis) 

GAIT 

Senile gait. A distinct neurologic entity. Koller WC, et al. 
Clin Geriatr Med 1985 Aug;l(3):661-9 (44 ref.) 

Gait and balance in the elderly. Two functional capacities 
that link sensory and motor ability to falls. Wolfson LI, 
et al. Clin Geriatr Med 1985 Aug;l(3):649-59 (31 ref.) 

GALLBLADDER NEOPLASMS 

[Benign tumors of the gallbladder and extrahepatic bile ducts 
(a review of the literature)] Malinovskii NN, et al. 
Khirurgiia (Mosk) 1986 Feb;(2): 132-7 (61 ref.) (Rus) 

GAMETOGENESIS 

[Histone synthesis in the cells of proliferating and 
nonproliferating tissues during gametogenesis and early 
embryogenesis] Kostomarova AA, et al. Ontogenez 1986 
Jan-Feb;17(l):5-19 (97 ref.) (Eng. Abstr.) (Rus) 

GANGLIONIC BLOCKADERS 

Channel-blocking mechanism ensures specific blockade of 
synaptic transmission. Skok VI. Neuroscience 1986; 
17(1): 1-9 (60 ref.) 

GASTRIC ACID 

[Somatostatin and gastric acid secretion] Chevalier T, et al. 
Gastroenterol Clin Biol 1986 Jan;10(l):34-40 (75 ref.) 

(Fre) 

[Omeprazole a drug-blocking proton pump of the parietal 
cells of the stomach] Sosnowski M. Pol Tyg Lek 1985 Dec 
23-30;40(5 1-52): 1469-72 (43 ref.) (Pol) 



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GASTRIC MUCOSA 



MEDICAL REVIEWS 



JUL 1986 



GASTRIC MUCOSA 

[Prostaglandins and the phenomenon of cytoprotection in 
the digestive tract] Jurkowska G, et al. Wiad Lek 1985 
Nov 15;38(22):1577-85 (95 ref.) (Pol) 

GASTRITIS 

Childhood Menetrier 's disease: four new cases and discussion 
of the literature. Baker A, et al. Gastrointest Radiol 1986; 
11(2): 13 1-4 (24 ref.) 

GASTROESOPHAGEAL REFLUX 

Intestinal motility and its disorders. Milla PJ. 
Clin Gastroeitterol 1986 Jan;15(l):121-36 (51 ref.) 

GASTROINTESTINAL DISEASES 

Aging, gastrointestinal infections, and mucosal immunity. 

Schmucker DL, et al. J Am Geriatr Soc 1986 May; 

34(5):377-84 (66 ref.) 
Gastrointestinal tract angiography in infants and children. 

Afshani E, et al. J Pediatr Gastroenterol Nutr 1986 

Mar-Apr;5(2):173-86 (51 ref.) 
[Value of dietary fiber in nutritional and gastroenterologic 

therapy] Monnier L. Ann Med Interne (Paris) 1985; 

136(8):677-81 (22 ref.) (Fre) 

GASTROINTESTINAL HORMONES 

Alternative routes of peptide hormone administration. 

Pontiroli AE, et al. Spec Top Endocrinol Metab 1985; 

7:77-99 (120 ref.) 
[Protein and polypeptide growth factors insulin and 

gastrointestinal hormones] Shimosegawa T, et al. 

Nippon Rinsho 1986 Jan;44(l): 108-14 (23 ref.) (Jpn) 

GASTROINTESTINAL MOTILITY 

Intestinal motility and its disorders. Milla PJ. 

Clin Gastroenterol 1986 Jan;15(l):121-36 (51 ref.) 
[Consequences of cholecystectomy (2)] Capron JP, et al. 

Gastroenterol din Biol 1986 Jan;10(l):57-65 (180 ref.) 

(Fre) 

GASTROINTESTINAL SYSTEM 

The aging gastrointestinal tract, liver, and pancreas. Geokas 

MC, et al. din Geriatr Med 1985 Feb;l(l):177-205 (204 

ref.) 
Aging, gastrointestinal infections, and mucosal immunity. 

Schmucker DL, et al. J Am Geriatr Soc 1986 May; 

34(5):377-84 (66 ref.) 

GASTROSTOMY 

Percutaneous endoscopic gastrostomies: a prospective 
evaluation and review of the literature. Kirby DF, et al. 
JPEN J Parenter Enteral Nutr 1986 Mar- Apr; 10(2): 155-9 
(21 ref.) 

GENE AMPLIFICATION 

Methotrexate resistance and gene amplification. Mechanisms 
and implications. Schimke RT. Cancer 1986 May 15- 
57(10):1912-7 (52 ref.) 

GENE EXPRESSION REGULATION 

Dual regulation of expression of exogenous delta-crystallin 
gene in mammalian cells: a search for molecular 
background of instability in differentiation. Kondoh H, et 
al. Curr Top Dev Biol 1986;20: 153-64 (16 ref.) 

GENES 

Embryo-derived stem cells: a tool for elucidating the 

developmental genetics of the mouse. Bradley A, et al. 

Curr Top Dev Biol 1986;20:357-71 (50 ref.) 
Why mitochondria need a genome, von Heijne G. 

FEBS Lett 1986 Mar 17;198(l):l-4 (21 ref.) 
Genetics of ion channels. Salkoff LB, et al. Physiol Rev 1986 

Apr;66(2):301-29 (147 ref.) 

GENES, IMMUNE RESPONSE 

Immune response (Ir) genes of the murine major 
histocompatibility complex. Schwartz RH. Adv Immunol 
1986;38:31-201 (470 ref.) 

Molecular biology of the HLA class I and class II genes. 
Wake CT. Mol Biol Med 1986 Feb;3(l):l-ll (51 ref.) 



G, et al. Cell Differ 1986 Mar;18(2):67-78 (73 ref.) 
The genome of hypotrichous ciliates. Kraut H, et al. 

Int Rev Cytol 1986;99:l-28 ( 113 ref.) 
The ribosomal genes of Plasmodium. McCutchan TF. 

Int Rev Cytol 1986;99:295-309 (40 ref.) 
The molecular biology of antigenic variation in 

trypanosomes: gene rearrangements and discontinuous 

transcription. De Lange T. Int Rev Cytol 1986;99:85-117 

(127 ref.) 

GENETIC INTERVENTION 



Controlling the bugs. The first decade in the regulation of 

biotechnology. Greenstein RL. Appl Biochem Biotechnol 

1985 Dec;ll(6):489-506 (40 ref.) 
Food and Drug Administration regulation of medical device 

biotechnology, and food and food additive biotechnology. GLUTAMATES 

Kahan JS, et al. Appl Biochem Biotechnol 1985 Dec; 

11(6):507-16 (24 ref.) 



GLUCOCORTICOIDS, SYNTHETIC 

Epidural steroid injections for low back pain and lumbosacral 
radiculopathy. Benzon HT. Pain 1986 Mar;24(3):277-95 (87 
ref.) 

GLUCOSE 

Glucose metabolism in renal tubular function. Ross BD, et 
al. Kidney Int 1986 Jan;29(l):54-67 (157 ref.) 

Proximal tubular cells in primary culture. Fine LG, et al. 
Miner Electrolyte Metab 1986;12(l):51-7 (40 ref.) 

[Recent ideas on the mechanism of insulin secretion] Tamarit 
Torres J. An R Acad Nac Med (Madr) 1985;102(4):323-52 
(90 ref.) (Spa) 



GENES, REGULATOR 

Some guidelines for identification of recognition sequences: 
regulatory sequences frequently contain 
(T)GTG/CAC(A), TGA/TCA and (T)CTC/GAG(A). 
Nussinov R. Biochim Biophys Acta 1986 Mar 26- 
866(2-3):93-108 (90 ref.) 

GENES, STRUCTURAL 

The bithorax complex of Drosophila: an overview. Morata 



GENITAL DISEASES, FEMALE 

[Femoral nerve neuropathy a neurological complication 
after gynecologic laparotomy] Poulsen HK. 
Ugeskr Laeger 1986 Feb 24;148(9):509-11 (29 ref.) (Eng. 
Abstr.) (Dan) 

GENITAL NEOPLASMS, FEMALE 

Parenteral nutrition in obstetrics and gynecology. Rayburn 
W, et al. Obstet Gynecol Surv 1986 Apr;41(4):200-14 (60 
ref.) 

GIANT CELL TUMORS 

Giant cell tumor of bone. Eckardt JJ, et al. Clin Orthop 1986 

Mar;(204):45-58 (49 ref.) 
Characterization of cells from human giant cell tumors of 

bone. Goldring SR, et al. Clin Orthop 1986 Mar;(204):59-75 

(84 ref.) 

GIARDIASIS 

The use of furoxone: a perspective. Phillips KF, et al. 
J Int Med Res 1986;14(l):19-29 (73 ref.) 

[Cryptosporidiosis, isosporiasis, lambliasis in immunologic 
deficiencies] Amaud-Battandier F. Arch Fr Pediatr 1985 
Dec;42 Suppl 2:959-63 (33 ref.) (Eng. Abstr.) (Fre) 

GILLES DE LA TOURETTE'S DISEASE 

Neuroleptic-associated tardive syndromes. Jeste DV, et al. 
Psychiatr Clin North Am 1986 Mar; 9(1): 183-92 (34 ref.) 

GINGIVA 

Tissue displacement methods in fixed prosthodontics. Benson 
BW, et al. J Prosthet Dent 1986 Feb; 55(2): 175-81 (47 ref.) 

GINGIVITIS, NECROTIZING 
ULCERATIVE 

Acute necrotizing ulcerative gingivitis. A review of 
diagnosis, etiology and treatment. Johnson BD, et al. 
J Periodontol 1986 Mar;57(3):141-50 (67 ref.) 

GINSENG 

[Reverse transformation of neoplastic cells and 
phytoglycosides, with special reference to ^differentiation 
induction in cancer cells by ginsenosides] Odashima S. 
Nippon Rinsho 1986 Jan;44(l):245-53 (30 ref.) (Jpn) 

GLOMERULAR MESANGIUM 

Functional properties of glomerular cells in culture. 
Kreisberg JI, et al. Miner Electrolyte Metab 1986; 
12(1):25-31 (41 ref.) 

GLOMERULONEPHRITIS 

[Trehalase in human pathology] Tomaszewski L, et al. 
Postepy Hig Med Dosw 1985 May-Jun;39(3):349-61 (54 
ref.) (Eng. Abstr.) (Pol) 

GLOMERULONEPHRITIS, IGA 

Seronegative spondyloarthropathies and IgA 
glomerulonephritis: a report of four cases and a review 
of the literature. Bruneau C, et al. 
Semin Arthritis Rheum 1986 Feb; 15(3): 179-84 (51 ref.) 

GLUCAGON 

Intra-islet insulin-glucagon-somatostatin relationships. 
Samols E, et al. Clin Endocrinol Metab 1986 Feb; 
15(l):33-58 (110 ref.) 

GLUCOCORTICOIDS 

[Steroid substances regulation of cell proliferation by 
glucocorticoids] Nishizawa Y, et al. Nippon Rinsho 1986 
Jan;44(l):l 15-21 (30 ref.) (Jpn) 



Glutamate and the pathophysiology of hypoxic ischemic 

brain damage. Rothman SM, et al. Ann Neurol 1986 Feb; 

19(2):105-11 (78 ref.) 
Excitatory amino acid transmitters in neuronal circuits of 

the cat visual cortex. Tsumoto T, et al. J Neurophysiol 

1986 Mar;55(3):469-83 (61 ref.) 

GLUTAMINE 

Neurotransmitters of the cochlea and cochlear nucleus: 
immunocytochemical evidence. Altschuler RA, et al. 
Am J Otolaryngol 1986 Mar-Apr;7(2): 100-6 (59 ref.) 

Regulation of glutamine metabolism in dog kidney in vivo. 
Vinay P, et al. Kidney Int 1986 Jan;29(l):68-79 (54 ref.) 

GLUTATHIONE 

Role of membrane transport in metabolism and function of 
glutathione in mammals. Bannai S, et al. J Membr Biol 
1986; 89(1): 1-8 (54 ref.) 

GLYCERYL TRINITRATE 

[Intravenous nitroglycerin therapy] Georgescu G. 
Rev Med Chir Soc Med Nat lasi 1985 Jul-Sep;89(3):403-10 
(53 ref.) (Rum) 

GLYCINE 

Neurotransmitters of the cochlea and cochlear nucleus: 
immunocytochemical evidence. Altschuler RA, et al. 
Am J Otolaryngol 1986 Mar-Apr;7(2): 100-6 (59 ref.) 

GLYCOPROTEINS 

The molecular biology of antigenic variation in 
trypanosomes: gene rearrangements and discontinuous 
transcription. De Lange T. Int Rev Cytol 1986;99:85-1 17 
(127 ref.) 

Senescent cell antigen: a terminal differentiation antigen. Kay 
MM. Surv Synth Pathol Res 1985;4(3):227-36 (69 ref.) 

[Protein and polypeptide growth factors colony stimulating 
factor, thrombopoietin, and erythropoietin] Kajigaya S, et 
al. Nippon Rinsho 1986 Jan;44(l):35-41 (30 ref.) (Jpn) 

GOITER, EXOPHTHALMIC 

Autoimmune thyroid disease a perspective. Volpe R. 
Mol Biol Med 1986 Feb;3(l):25-51 (160 ref.) 

GOLD 

Clinical pharmacokinetics of oral and injectable gold 
compounds. Blocka KL, et al. Clin Pharmacokinet 1986 
Mar-Apr; 11(2): 133-43 (52 ref.) 

GOLD THIOMALATE 

Clinical pharmacokinetics of oral and injectable gold 
compounds. Blocka KL, et al. Clin Pharmacokinet 1986 
Mar-Apr;ll(2):133-43 (52 ref.) 

GONADOTROPINS, PITUITARY 

Pre-menstrual syndrome are gonadotropins the cause of the 
condition? Coulson CJ. Med Hypotheses 1986 Mar' 
19(3):243-55 (83 ref.) 

[Psychoneuroendocrinology of pre-puberty with special 
reference to the hypothalamo-hypophyseal-gonadal axis] 
Giordano G. Minerva Endocrinol 1985 Jul-Sep- 
10(3): 135-48 (142 ref.) (l ta ) 

GONADS 

[Psychoneuroendocrinology of pre-puberty with special 
reference to the hypothalamo-hypophyseal-gonadal axis] 
Giordano G. Minerva Endocrinol 1985 Jul-Sep- 
10(3): 135-48 (142 ref.) (i ta ) 

GONORRHEA 

The status of vaccines to meningococcal and gonococcal 
disease. Gotschlich EC. Ann Inst Pasteur Microbiol 1985 
Nov-Dec;136B(3):341-55 (114 ref.) 



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JUL 1986 

GRAAFIAN FOLLICLE 

Paracrine regulation of follicular maturation in primates. 

Tonetta SA, et al. Clin Endocrinol Metab 1986 Feb; 

15(l):135-56 (163 ref.) 
Ovarian follicular growth, function and turnover in cattle: 

a review. Spicer LJ, et al. J Anim Sci 1986 Feb;62(2):428-51 

(248 ref.) 

GRAMICIDINS 

Temperature-jump and voltage-jump experiments at planar 
lipid membranes support an aggregational (micellar) model 
of the gramicidin A ion channel. Stark G, et al. 
J Membr Biol 1986;89(l):23-37 (55 ref.) 

GRANULOCYTES 

Long-term culture of human granulocytes and granulocyte 

progenitor cells. Greenberger JS, et al. 

Prog Clin Biol Res 1986;21 1:159-85 (53 ref.) 
Granulocyte function in myelodysplastic syndromes. Ruutu 

P. Scand J Haematol [Suppl] 1986;45. -66-70 (22 ref.) 

GRANULOSA CELLS 

Paracrine mechanisms involved in granulosa cell 
differentiation. Hsueh AJ. Clin Endocrinol Metab 1986 Feb; 
15(1):1 17-34 (32 ref.) 

GROWTH 

[Psychoneuroendocrinology of pre-puberty with special 
reference to the hypothalamo-hypophyseal-gonadal axis] 
Giordano G. Minerva Endocrinol 1985 Jul-Sep; 
10(3): 135-48 (142 ref.) (Ita) 

GROWTH DISORDERS 

Chronic undernutrition/growth retardation in cystic fibrosis. 

Soutter VL, et al. Clin Gastroenterol 1986 Jan;15(l):137-55 

(62 ref.) 
[Growth disorders and growth factors in man] Takano K. 

Nippon Rinsho 1986 Jan;44(l):202-7 (15 ref.) (Jpn) 

GROWTH SUBSTANCES 

Growth factors in cancer and their relationship to oncogenes. 

Salomon DS, et al. Cancer Invest 1986;4(1):43-60 (209 ref.) 
Phylogenetical aspects on islet hormone families: a 

minireview with particular reference to insulin as a growth 

factor and to the phylogeny of PYY and NPY 

immunoreactive cells and nerves in the endocrine and 

exocrine pancreas. Falkmer S, et al. Peptides 1985;6 Suppl 

3:315-20 (27 ref.) 
[Protein and polypeptide growth factors endothelial 

cell-derived growth factor] Imamura T, et al. 

Nippon Rinsho 1986 Jan;44(l):64-8 (12 ref.) (Jpn) 

[Protein and polypeptide growth factors platelet-derived 

and macrophage-derived growth factors] Kaji K, et al. 

Nippon Rinsho 1986 Jan;44(l):57-63 (36 ref.) (Jpn) 

[Protein and polypeptide growth factors vascular 

endothelial cell growth factor] Kan M, et al. 

Nippon Rinsho 1986 Jan;44(l):28-34 (34 ref.) (Jpn) 

[Tumor-derived growth factors tumor angiogenic factor] 

Mitsui Y, et al. Nippon Rinsho 1986 Jan;44(l): 169-79 (37 

ref.) (Jpn) 

[Protein and polypeptide growth factors B lymphocyte 

growth and differentiation factor] Muraguchi A. 

Nippon Rinsho 1986 Jan;44(l):48-56 (53 ref.) (Jpn) 

[Tumor-derived growth factors] Nagao Y. Nippon Rinsho 

1986 Jan;44(l): 180-5 (48 ref.) (Jpn) 

[Growth factor receptor genes and oncogenes] Shimizu N. 

Nippon Rinsho 1986 Jan;44(l): 194-201 (44 ref.) (Jpn) 
[Protein and polypeptide growth factors bone- and 

cartilage-derived growth factors] Suzuki F. 

Nippon Rinsho 1986 Jan;44(l):77-83 (30 ref.) (Jpn) 

[Mutual interactions among various growth factors] 

Tsushima T, et al. Nippon Rinsho 1986 Jan;44(l): 186-93 

(42 ref.) (Jpn) 

[Tumor-derived growth factors transforming growth 

factor] Umeda M. Nippon Rinsho 1986 Jan;44(l): 163-8 (22 

ref.) (Jpn) 

HALLUCINOGENS 

Substance abuse: clinical identification and management. 
Kulberg A. Pediatr Clin North Am 1986 Apr;33(2):325-61 
(118 ref.) 

HALOTHANE 

The halothane sensitivity locus and its linkage relationships. 
Archibald AL, et al. 

Anim Blood Groups Biochem Genet 1985;16(<):253-63 (57 
ref.) 

HAND 

Upper limb tissue differentiation in the human embryo. Beatty 
E. Hand Clin 1985 Aug;l(3):391-403 (58 ref.) 

Z-plasties and related procedures for the hand and upper 
limb. Furnas DW. Hand Clin 1985 Nov;l(4):649-65 (42 
ref.) 



MEDICAL REVIEWS 

Congenital hand anomaly: etiology and associated 

malformations. Goldberg MJ, et al. Hand Clin 1985 Aug; 

1(3):405-15 (45 ref.) 
Free flap coverage of the hand. Ring DN, et al. 

Hand Clin 1985 Noy;l(4):741-58 (49 ref.) 
Congenital ulnar deficiency. Natural history and therapeutic 

implications. Johnson J, et al. Hand Clin 1985 Aug; 

1(3):499-510 (38 ref.) 
Diagnostic study of vascular lesions. Koman LA. 

Hand Clin 1985 May; 1(2):2 17-31 (65 ref.) 
Local flaps to the hand. Lister G. Hand Clin 1985 Nov; 

1(4):621-40 (37 ref.) 
The role of microsurgery in the reconstruction of congenital 

deformities of the hand. Lister G, et al. Hand Clin 1985 

Aug; 1(3):43 1-42 (61 ref.) 
Island flaps of the hand. Markley JM Jr. Hand Clin 1985 

Nov;l(4):689-99 (51 ref.) 
Development of the upper limb. Zaleske DJ. Hand Clin 1985 

Aug;l(3):383-90 (50 ref.) 
[Disputable problems of astereognosis] Perzanowska A. 

Neurol Neurochir Pol 1985 Sep-Oct;19(5):420-6 (30 ref.) 

(Pol) 

HANDICAPPED 

Research on parent training: shortcomings and remedies. 
Helm DT, et al. J Autism Dev Disord 1986 Mar;16(l):l-22 
(93 ref.) 

HAPTOGLOBINS 



HEMODYNAMICS 
HEART FAILURE, CONGESTIVE 

Milrinone, a new agent for the treatment of congestive heart 
failure. Hasegawa GR. Clin Pharm 1986 Mar;5(3):201-5 
(44 ref.) 

HEART FUNCTION TESTS 

[Early load tests after myocardial infarct] Gorbachenkov AA, 
et al. Ter Arkh 1986;58(l):120-5 (77 ref.) (Rus) 

HEART NEOPLASMS 

Tumors of the heart. Smith C. Arch Pathol Lab Med 1986 
May;110(5):371-4 (52 ref.) 

HEART RUPTURE 

Successful repair of post-infarction heart rupture. Case report 
and review of the literature. Pugliese P, et al. 
J Cardiovasc Surg (Torino) 1986 May-Jun;27(3):332-6 (30 
ref.) 

HEART VALVE PROSTHESIS 

Measures of prevention and technical problems during 
reoperations in cardiac surgery, von der Emde J, et al. 
Thorac Cardiovasc Surg 1986 Feb;34(l):5-ll (30 ref.) 

Pura mater bioprosthesis (1971-1982-1985)] Grinberg M. 
Arq Bras Cardiol 1985 Jul;45(l):69-74 (92 ref.) (for) 



[Haptoglobin and its clinical significance] Belsembaeva RU. HELPER CELLS 
Klin Med (Mosk) 1986 Jan;64(l):I3-6 (40 ref.) (Eng. Abstr.) 

(Rus) 



HEADACHE 

MMPI and headache: a special focus on differential diagnosis, 
prediction of treatment outcome, and patient-treatment 
matching. Williams DE, et al. Pain 1986 Feb;24(2):143-58 
(19 ref.) 

HEALTH SERVICES FOR THE AGED 

Biology, primary care, family, and community. A basis for 

rational geriatric care. Culpepper L, et al. 

Clin Geriatr Med 1986 Feb;2(l):37-51 (34 ref.) 
Health maintenance of the elderly. Kennie DC. 

din Geriatr Med 1986 Feb;2(l):53-83 (120 ref.) 
Pathways to the future. Florida's response to the geriatric 

imperative. Magenheim MJ. Clin Geriatr Med 1986 Feb; 

2(1): 181-207 (67 ref.) 
Geriatric assessment programs in the United States. Their 

growing role and impact. Rubenstein LZ. 

Clin Geriatr Med 1986 Feb;2(l):99-112 (47 ref.) 

HEALTH SERVICES RESEARCH 

Geriatric assessment programs in the United States. Their 
growing role and impact. Rubenstein LZ. 
Clin Geriatr Med 1986 Feb;2(l):99-112 (47 ref.) 

HEALTH SURVEYS 

Health indicators. Mootz M. Soc Sci Med 1986;22(2):255-63 
(42 ref.) 

HEARING LOSS, NOISE-INDUCED 

Noise-induced hearing loss. Catlin FI. Am J Otol 1986 Mar; 

7(2):141-9 (19 ref.) 
Effects of noise and ototoxic drugs at the cellular level in 

the cochlea: a review. Lim DJ. Am J Otolaryngol 1986 

Mar-Apr;7(2):73-99 (162 ref.) 

HEARING LOSS, SENSORINEURAL 

Animal models of inner ear vascular disturbances. Kimura 
RS. Am J Otolaryngol 1986 Mar-Apr;7(2):130-9 (112 ref.) 

HEART 

The aging heart. Klausner SC, et al. Clin Geriatr Med 1985 

Feb;l(l):l 19-41 (155 ref.) 
Adrenergic activity and myocardial anatomy and function 

in essential hypertension. Muiesan G, et al. 

J Hypertension [Suppl] 1985 Dec;3(4):S45-50 (52 ref.) 
[Present status of nuclear cardiology: myocardial 

radionuclide imaging] Wang ZH. 

Chung Hua Nei Ko Tsa Chih 1985 Dec;24(12):753-5 (20 

ref.) (Chi) 

HEART DISEASES 

Overview of MR of the heart 1986. Higgins CB. AJR 1986 

May;l46(5):907-18 (58 ref.) 
Intracardiac thrombi and systemic embolization. Meltzer RS, 

et al. Ann Intern Med 1986 May;104(5):689-98 (96 ref.) 

HEART ENLARGEMENT 

Diastolic function of the hypertrophied left ventricle in 
primary hypertension. Wikstrand J. Clin Physiol 1986 Apr; 
6(2): 115-27 (30 ref.) 



Immunopathology associated with human lymphotropic 
retroviruses. Ruscetti FW. Surv Synth Pathol Res 1985; 
4(3):216-26 (76 ref.) 



HEMATOPOIESIS 

Membrane antigen expression during hemopoietic 
differentiation. Sieff CA. CRC Crit Rev Oncol Hematol 
1986;5(l):l-36 (217 ref.) 

[The hematopoietic system in laboratory animals exposed to 
benzene] Moszczynski P, et al. Med Pr 1985;36(5):3 16-24 
(56 ref.) (Eng. Abstr.) (Pol) 

HEMATOPOIETIC STEM CELLS 

Differential commitment of hemopoietic stem cells localized 
in distinct compartments of early Xenopus embryos. 
Katagiri C, et al. Curr Top Dev Biol 1986;20:3 15-23 (23 
ref.) 

Long-term culture of human granulocytes and granulocyte 
progenitor cells. Greenberger JS, et al. 
Prog Clin Biol Res 1986;21 1:159-85 (53 ref.) 

The blood bank as a source of hematopoietic stem cells. 
Lasky LC. Prog Clin Biol Res 1986;21 1:199-225 (98 ref.) 

[Neoplastic transformation of the pluripotential stem cell. II. 
Regeneration and differentiation of populations of leukemic 
blast cells] Rupniewska ZM. Acta Haematol Pol 1985 
Jan-Jun;16(l-2):102-8 (75 ref.) (Pol) 

[Neoplastic transformation of the pluripotential stem cell. I. 
Possible molecular mechanisms of neoplastic 
transformation] Rupniewska ZM. Acta Haematol Pol 1985 
Jan-Jun;16(l-2):90-101 (102 ref.) (Pol) 

[Antigenic characteristics of hematopoietic stem cells] 
Tananov AT, et al. Gematol Transfuziol 1986 Feb; 
31(2):48-53 (36 ref.) (Rus) 

HEME 

Heme synthesis in sideroblastic anaemias. Pasanen A, et al. 
Scand J Haematol [Suppl] 1986;45:60-5 (39 ref.) 

HEMODIALYSIS 

Management of bone disease in the dialysis patient. Crooks 
PW, et al. Blood Purif 1985;3(l-3):27-41 (51 ref.) 

[Encephalopathy in patients treated by hemodialysis as a 
psychiatric problem] Pilaczynska E. Psychiatr Pol 1985 
Sep-Oct;19(5):387-95 (37 ref.) (Pol) 

HEMODILUTION 

The physiologic reserve in oxygen carrying capacity: studies 
in experimental hemodilution. Chapler CK, et al. 
Can J Physiol Pharmacol 1986 Jan;64(l):7-12 (40 ref.) 

HEMODYNAMICS 

Protein-mediated elevations in renal hemodynamics: 

existence of a hepato-renal axis? Premen AJ. 

Med Hypotheses 1986 Mar;19(3):295-309 (66 ref.) 
[Autoregulation of retinal circulation] Augustyniak E. 

Klin Oczna 1985 Oct;87(10):424-6 (17 ref.) (Eng. Abstr.) 

(Pol) 
[Prostaglandins in experimental vasorenal hypertension] 

Ancyparowicz S, et al. Pol Tyg Lek 1985 Dec 9; 

40(49):1380-4 (25 ref.) (Pol) 

[Gamma-aminobutyric acid and bulbar mechanisms of 

regulating hemodynamics] Gurevich MI, et al. 

Fiziol Zh 1986 Jan-Feb;32(l):107-14 (73 ref.) (Rus) 



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HEMOGLOBINS 
HEMOGLOBINS 

Reactions of hemoglobin with phenylhydrazine: a review of 
selected aspects. Shetlar MD, et al. 
Environ Health Perspect 1985 Dec;64:265-81 (48 ref.) 

HEMOPHILIA 

AIDS and haemophilia. Bloom AL. Biomed Pbarmacother 
1985;39(7):355-65 (112 ref.) 

HEMORRHAGE, 
GASTROINTESTINAL 

Iron poisoning. Banner W Jr, et al. 
Pediatr Clin North Am 1986 Apr;33(2):393-409 (43 ref.) 

HEMOSIDEROSIS 

Detoxification in hemosiderosis. Simon P. Blood Purif 1985; 
3(l-3):75-88 (60 ref.) 

HEMOSTASIS, SURGICAL 

Intraoperative chemical hemostasis in neurosurgery. Arand 
AG, et al. Neurosurgery 1986 Feb;18(2):223-33 (98 ref.) HIP PROSTHESIS 



MEDICAL REVIEWS 



[Chemotherapy of herpetic inecons , . 

Vopr Virusol 1986 Jan-Feb;31(l):6-18 (116 ref.) (Kus) 

HERPES ZOSTER 

Acyclovir: new era in antiviral chemotherapy. Keeney RE, 
et al. Clin Dermatol 1984 Apr-Jun;2(2):l 17-32 (79 ref.) 



leukaemia and non-Hodgkin 's lymphoma. 

Br J Cancer 1986 Feb;53(2): 161-73 (67 re 

Molecular biology of the HLA class I and 

Wake CT. Mol Bio! Med 1986 Feb;3(l):l 

HODGKIN'S DISEASE 

Acute leukemias, myelodysplasia, and lymph< 
et al. Clin Geriatr Med 1985 Nov;l(4):79; 

Hodgkin disease: practical concepts for 
radiologist. Castellino RA. Radiologj 
159(2):305-10 ( 14 ref.) 



HERPESVIRUS HOMINIS 

Prevention of herpes simplex virus diseases in .^Epstein ,,-- , C, TC , 

JS, et al. Clin Dermatol 1984 Apr-Jun;2(2): 133-46 (107 ref.) HOMEOSTASIS 
Herpes simplex virus latency. Hill TJ, et al. 

din Dermatol 1984 Apr-Jun;2(2):46-55 (28 ref) 
Laboratory diagnosis of herpes simplex virus type 1 and type 

2 infections. Hsiung GD, et al. Clin Dermatol 1984 

Apr-Jun;2(2):67-82 (45 ref.) 



[Autoregulation of retinal circulation] Augv 
Kiln Oczna 1985 Oct;87(10):424-6 (17 ref 



HIP DISLOCATION 

Management of the hip in cerebral palsy. Hotter MM. 
J Bone Joint Surg [Am] 1986 Apr;68(4):629-31 (36 ref.) 



HEPARIN 

Effectiveness of anticoagulants. Hirsh J. 
Semin Thromb Hemost 1986 Jan;12(l):21-37 (96 ref.) 



Metallic ion release and its relationship to oncogenesis. Black 
J. Hip 1985;:199-213 (77 ref.) 

HIPPOCAMPUS 



HEPATITIS 

Chronic active hepatitis and related disorders. Larcher V. 
Clin Gastroenterol 1986 Jan;15(l):173-98 (87 ref.) 

HEPATITIS B 



The relation between hepatitis B virus 

hepatocellutar carcinoma. Popper H. 

Hepatogastroenterology 1986 Feb;33(l):2-5 (42 ref.) 
Transmission of hepatitis B from providers to patients: how 

big is the risk? Galambos JT. Hepatology 1986 Mar- Apr; 

6(2):320-5 (98 ref.) 



Neuroanatomical aspects of neurotransmitters affected in 

Alzheimer's disease. Emson PC, et al. Br Med Bull 1986 

Jan;42(l):57-62 (62 ref.) 
Possible relationship of the locus coeruleus mppocampal 

noradrenergic neurons to depression and mode of action 

of antidepressant drugs. Kostowski W. 

Pol J Pharmacol Pharm 1985 Nov-Dec;37(6):727-43 (57 
infection and ref.) 

The physiology and pharmacology of hippocampal formation 

theta rhythms. Bland BH. Prog Neurobiol 1986;26(l):l-54 

(279 ref.) 



HEPATITIS, TOXIC 

[Drug-induced hepatic lesions] Adler M, et al. 
Rev Med Brux 1986 Feb;7(2):81-4 (16 ref.) (Eng. Abstr.) 

(Fre) 

HEPATITIS, VIRAL, HUMAN 

[Viral hepatitis: clinical interpretation of antigens and 
antibodies in the serum] Pdez Rodriguez O, et al. 
Rev Gastroenterol Mex 1985 Oct-Dec;50(4):277-87 (42 ref.) 
(Eng. Abstr.) (Spa) 

HEPATOMA 

The relation between hepatitis B virus infection and 
hepatocellular carcinoma. Popper H. 
Hepatogastroenterology 1986 Feb;33(l):2-5 (42 ref.) 

HERBICIDES, CARBAMATE 

Management of acute childhood poisonings caused by 
selected insecticides and herbicides. Mortensen ML. 
Pediatr Clin North Am 1986 Apr;33(2):421-45 (77 ref.) 

HEREDITARY DISEASES 

Peroxisomal disorders: a newly recognised group of genetic 

diseases. Schutgens RB, et al. Enr J Pediatr 1986 Feb; 

144(5):430_40 (120 ref.) 
Inherited disorders in the black population of southern 

Africa. Part II. Gene disorders. Beighton P, et al. 

S Afr Med J 1986 Mar l;69(5):293-6 (39 ref.) 

HERPES GENITALIS 

Herpes simplex virus type 2 and cervical cancer. Aurelian 
L. Clin Dermatol 1984 Apr-Jun;2(2):90-9 (55 ref.) 

Treatment of mucocutaneous herpes simplex infections. 
Seidlin M, et al. Clin Dermatol 1984 Apr-Jun;2(2):100-16 
(147 ref.) 

HERPES SIMPLEX 

Prevention of herpes simplex virus diseases in man. Epstein 

JS, et a). Clin DernuUol 1984 Apr-Jun;2(2):133-46 (107 ref.) 
Herpes simplex virus latency. Hill TJ, et al. 

Clin Dermatol 1984 Apr-Jun;2(2):46~55 (28 ref.) 
Laboratory diagnosis of herpes simplex virus type 1 and type 

2 infections. Hsiung GD, et al. Clin Dermatol 1984 

Apr-Jun;2(2):67-82 (45 ref.) 
Acyclovir: new era in antiviral chemotherapy. Keeney RE, 

et al. Clin Dermatol 1984 Apr-Jun;2(2):117-32 (79 ref.) 
Epidemiology of the herpes simplex viruses. Rawls WE, et 

al. Clin Dermatol 1984 Apr-Jun;2(2):29-45 (143 ref.) 
Treatment of mucocutaneous herpes simplex infections. 

Seidlin M, et al. din Dermatol 1984 Apr-Jun;2(2):100-16 

(147 ref.) 



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HIRSCHSPRUNG DISEASE 

Intestinal motility and its disorders. Milla PJ. 
din Gastroenterol 1986 Jan;15(l):121-36 (51 ref.) 

HISTAMINE 

In-vivo and in-vitro responsiveness of bronchial smooth 

muscle. Snashall PD. Bull Eur Physiopathol Respir 1986; 

22 Suppl 7:212-25 (26 ref.) 
Histaminergic mechanisms in the vertebrate visual system. 

Nowak JZ. Pol J Pharmacol Pharm 1985 Nov-Dec; 

37(6):783-819 (138 ref.) 

HISTAMINE HI RECEPTOR 
BLOCKADERS 

[Interaction of antidepressiye drugs and classical 
antihistaminics with central histamine receptors: facts and 
theories] Nowak JZ, et al. Postepy Hig Med Dosw 1985 
May-Jun;39(3):3 11-48 (182 ref.) (Eng. Abstr.) (Pol) 

HISTAMINE H2 RECEPTOR 
BLOCKADERS 

[Interaction of antidepressive drugs and classical 
antihistaminics with central histamine receptors: facts and 
theories] Nowak JZ, et al. Postepy Hig Med Dosw 1985 
May-Jun;39(3):3 11-48 (182 ref.) (Eng. Abstr.) (Pol) 

HISTOCOMPATIBILITY ANTIGENS 

Maternally transmitted antigen. Rodgers JR, et al. 

Adv Immunol 1986;38:313-59 (287 ref.) 
The regulation of expression of major histocompatibility 

complex products. Halloran PF, et al. Transplantation 1986 

Apr;41(4):413-20 (123 ref.) 
[The HLA system and habitual spontaneous abortions] 

Persitz E, et al. Hareftiah 1986 Jan l;110(l):33-6 (42 ref.) 

(Heb) 

HISTONES 

[Histone synthesis in the cells of proliferating and 
nonproliferating tissues during gametogenesis and early 
embryogenesis] Kostomarova AA, et al. Ontogenez 1986 
Jan-Feb;17(l):5-19 (97 ref.) (Eng. Abstr.) (Rus) 

HISTOPLASMOSIS 

Comparative epidemiology of four deep mycoses a review. 
Schwarz J. Mykosen 1986 Jan;29(l):5-9 (26 ref.) 

HLA ANTIGENS 

Immunobiology of the human major histocompatibility 
complex: association of HLA antigens with disease, Mittal 
KK. Acts Anthropogenet 1984;8(3-4):245-68 (44 ref.) 

Expression of MHC class II antigens in human B-cell 



[Peptide factors of gonadal autoregulation] 
Rev Med Chir Soc Med Nat lasi 1985 Jul- 
(0 ref.) 

HORMONES 

Age-related changes in immunologic and hor 

Makinodan T, et al. IARC Sci Publ 198 

ref.) 
Cellular mechanism of hormone action 

messenger function of calcium and cyclic A 

H, et al. Kidney Int 1986 Jan;29(l):90-7 
Hormonal control of kidney functions at the 

F, et al. Physiol Rev 1986 Apr;66(2):377- 
The two-syndrome concept and neuroer 

schizophrenia. Crow TJ, et al. Psychiatr 

1986 Mar;9(l):99-113 (74 ref.) 
[Hormonal regulation of bone tissue and 

Smirnova IO, et al. Arkh Patol 1986;48( 

(Eng. Abstr.) 
[Hormones in the milk] Germaniuk laL. ^ 

Jan-Feb;(l):4-9 (40 ref.) 

HORMONES, ECTOPIC 

Ectopic hormones. Howlett TA, et al. 
Spec Top Endocrinol Metab 1985;7:l-44 

HORMONES, SYNTHETIC 

Gonadotropin-rclcasing hormone analog d< 
Structure-function studies toward the 
agonists and antagonists: rationale and pei 
MJ, et al. Endocr Rev 1986 Feb;7(l):44- 

HORSE DISEASES 

Equine pediatrics: septic arthritis and osteoi 
RJ, et al. J Am Vet Med Assoc 1986 Mui 
(19 ref.) 

HUMAN T-CELL LEUKEM 

T cell proliferation and ubbuion. A biolc 

abnormalities induced by the human T c 

virus group. Broder S. Prog Allergy 10 

ref.) 
HTLV-I1I and the etiology of AIDS. Ga 

Prog Allergy 1986;37:l-45 (121 ref.) 
Human retrovirus-associated lymphoprolif 

in homosexual men. Levine AM, et al. P 

37:244-58 (34 ref.) 
Immunopathology associated with hums 

retroviruses. Ruscetti FW. Surv Synth 1 

4(3):2 16-26 (76 ref.) 
[Antibodies to the AIDS virus: methods 

clinical significance] Hirschel B. Ther 1 

43(2): 128-32 (20 ref.) (Eng. Ab.str.) 

HYBRIDOMAS 

Human lymphocyte hybridomas and mono 
Carson DA, et al. Adv Immunol 1986;38:: 

HYDRA 

Transdifferentiation occurs continuously in 
H, et al. Curr Top Dev Biol 1986;20:25; 

Nematocyte differentiation in hydra. Fuji; 
Curr Top Dev Blol 1986;20:281-90 (30 i 



HYDROCARBONS 

Hydrocarbon poisonings. Klein BL, et al, 
Pediatr Clin North Am 1986 Apr;33(2):- 

HYDROCARBONS, HALOC 

Biochemical studies on the metaboli 
halogenated alkanes. Cheeseman KH, e 
Environ Health Perspect 1985 Dec;64:8: 

HYDROTHERAPY 

Whirlpool-associated folliculitis caused 
aeruginosa: report of an outbreak and r 



JUL 1986 



MEDICAL REVIEWS 



IMMUNOTHERAPY 



et al. 3 Clin Microbiol 1986 Mar;23(3):655-9 (46 ref.) 

HYDROXYAPATITES 

Biomaterial aspects of Interpore-200 porous hydroxyapatite. 
White E, et al. Dent Clin North Am 1986 Jan;30(l):49-67 
(45 ref.) 

HYDROXYQUINOLINES 

Radiolabeled leukocytes and platelets. Datz FL. 
Invest Radiol 1986 Mar;2 1(3): 19 1-200 (97 ref.) 

HYDROXYTRYPTOPHAN 

Therapeutic effects of serotonin uptake inhibitors in 
depression. Asberg M, et al. J Clin Psychiatry 1986 Apr; 
47 Suppl:23-35 (199 ref.) 

HYPERCALCEMIA 

Pathogenesis of hypercalcaemia of malignancy. Mundy GR. 
Clin Endocrinol (Oxf) 1985 Dec;23(6):705-14 (47 ref.) 

HYPERCHOLESTEROLEMIA, 
FAMILIAL 

[Molecular pathophysiology of familial 
hypercholesterolemia] Shepherd J, et al. Pol Tyg Lek 1985 
Dec 16;40(50):1407-10 (18 ref.) (Pol) 

HYPEREMESIS GRAVIDARUM 

Parenteral nutrition in obstetrics and gynecology. Rayburn 
W, et al. Ohstet Gynecol SUIT 1986 Apr;41(4):200-14 (60 
ref.) 

HYPERGAMMAGLOBULINEMIA 

[The diagnostic significance of finding a M-component in 
serum] Schmidt EB, et al. Ugeskr Laeger 1986 Mar 10; 
148(1 1):633-5 (30 ref.) (Eng. Abstr.) (Dan) 

HYPERLIPIDEMIA 

Contemporary recommendations for evaluating and treating 
hyperlipidemia. Perry RS. Clin Pharm 1986 Feb; 
5(2): 113-27 (134 ref.) 

HYPERSENSITIVITY 

Clinical laboratory methods for the assessment and 
management of human allergic diseases. Hamilton RG, et 
al. Clin Lab Med 1986 Mar;6(l):l 17-38 (60 ref.) 

HYPERTENSION 

Diastolic function of the hypertrophied left ventricle in 

primary hypertension. Wikstrand J. Clin Physiol 1986 Apr; 

6(2): 11 5-27 (30 ref.) 
Profiling the hypertensive patient in sports. Zabetakis PM. 

Clin Sports Med 1984 Jan;3(l): 137-52 (59 ref.) 
Calcium channel blockers and treatment of hypertension. 

Lam YW, et al. Drug Intell Clin Pharm 1986 Mar; 

20(3):187-98 (HO ref.) 
A critical review of adult health maintenance. Part 1: 

Prevention of atherosclerotic diseases. Frame PS. 

J Fam Pract 1986 Apr;22(4):34l-6 (58 ref.) 
Adrenergic activity and myocardial anatomy and function 

in essential hypertension. Muiesan G, et al. 

J Hypertension [Suppl] 1985 Dec;3(4):S45-50 (52 ref.) 
Hypertension. Shankar PS. Q Med Rev 1984 Jan;35(l):l-53 

(114 ref.) 
[Does every 3d patient with essential hypertension have an 

undiagnosed sleep apnea syndrome?] Peter JH. 

Dtsch Med Wochenschr 1986 Apr 4;lll(14):556-9 (35 ref.) 

(Ger) 
[Possibilities and limitations of the use of beta-blocking 

agents in the therapy of arterial hypertension in pregnancy] 

Pasetto N. Clin Ter 1985 Dec 31;115(6):497-501 (18 ref.) 

(Ita) 
[Antihypertensive exercise therapy] Arakawa K. 

Kokyu To Junkan 1985 Dec;33(12):1435-41 (29 ref.) 

(Jpn) 
[Calcium and hypertension] Grzesiuk W. Kardiol Pol 1985; 

28(6):415-21 (54 ref.) (Pol) 

[Calcium channel blockers in the treatment of arterial 

hypertension] Kabat M. Pol Tyg Lek 1985 Dec 23-30; 

40(51-52):1456-9 (46 ref.) (Pol) 

HYPERTENSION, PULMONARY 

[Noninvasive diagnosis of pulmonary arterial hypertension 
in chronic respiratory insufficiency] Weitzenblum E, et al. 
Rev Mai Respir 1985;2(5):263-77 (74 ref.) (Eng. Abstr.) 

(Fre) 

HYPERTENSION, RENOVASCULAR 

[Prostaglandins in experimental vasorenal hypertension] 
Ancyparowicz S, et al. Pol Tyg Lek 1985 Dec 9; 
40(49): 1380-4 (25 ref.) (Pol) 



HYPERTHYROIDISM 

[Current developments in the surgical treatment of 
hyperthyroidism] Lazar C, et al. 

Rev Med Chir Soc Med Nat lasi 1985 Jul-Sep;89(3):393-6 
(0 ref.) (Rum) 

HYPESTHESIA 

[Disputable problems of astereognosis] Perzanowska A. 
Neurol Neurochir Pol 1985 Sep-Oct;19(5):420-6 (30 ref.) 

(Pol) 

HYPNOTICS AND SEDATIVES 

Orcadian rhythms in effects of hypnotics and sleep inducers. 
Reinberg A. Int J Clin Pharmacol Res 1986;6(l):33-44 (57 
ref.) 

HYPOGONADISM 

Hypogonadotropic disorders in men and women: diagnosis 
and therapy with pulsatile gonadotropin-releasing 
hormone. Santoro N, et al. Endocr Rev 1986 Feb;7(l): 11-23 
(57 ref.) 

Hypothalamic hypogonadism. Bhasin S, et al. 
Spec Top Endocrinol Metab 1985;7:237-66 (105 ref.) 

HYPOTHALAMIC DISEASES 

Hypothalamic hypogonadism. Bhasin S, et al. 
Spec Top Endocrinol Metab 1985;7:237-66 (105 ref.) 

HYPOTHALAMIC HORMONES 

Alternative routes of peptide hormone administration. 
Pontiroli AE, et al. Spec Top Endocrinol Metab 1985; 
7:77-99 (120 ref.) 

HYPOTHALAMO-HYPOPHYSEAL 

SYSTEM 

[Psychoneuroendocrinology of pre-puberty with special 
reference to the hypothalamo-hypophyseal-gonadal axis] 
Giordano G. Minerva Endocrinol 1985 Jul-Sep; 
10(3):135-48 (142 ref.) (Ita) 

[The hypothalamo-hypophyseal dopaminergic system in rats] 
Alexandrova M. Cesk Fysiol 1986;35(1): 17-28 (76 ref.) 

(Slo) 

HYPOTHALAMUS 

Gonadal regulation of hypothalamic gonadotropin-releasing 
hormone release in primates. Plant TM. Endocr Rev 1986 
Feb;7(l):75-88 (103 ref.) 

Hypothalamic hypogonadism. Bhasin S, et al. 
Spec Top Endocrinol Metab 1985;7:237-66 (105 ref.) 

HYPOTHERMIA, INDUCED 

[Abdominal hypothermia in the treatment of postoperative 
peritonitis] Tatishvili GG, et al. Vestn Khir 1985 Dec; 
135(12):139-42 (39 ref.) (Rus) 

IATROGENIC DISEASE 

latrogenic disease in late life. Patterson C. 

Clin Geriatr Med 1986 Feb;2(l):121-36 (49 ref.) 
latrogenic effects of general anesthesia in children: 

considerations in treating large congenital nevocytic nevi. 

Backman ME, et al. J Dermatol Surg Oncol 1986 Apr; 

12(4):363-7 (22 ref.) 

IGE 

Clinical laboratory methods for the assessment and 
management of human allergic diseases. Hamilton RG, et 
al. Clin Lab Med 1986 Mar;6(l): 117-38 (60 ref.) 

IGG 

Clinical laboratory methods for the assessment and 
management of human allergic diseases. Hamilton RG, et 
al. Clin Lab Med 1986 Mar;6(l):l 17-38 (60 ref.) 

IMMOBILIZATION 

Skeletal muscle atrophy during immobilization. Appell HJ. 
Int J Sports Med 1986 Feb;7(l):l-5 (64 ref.) 

IMMUNE SYSTEM 

Coagulation and immunology. Saba SR, et al. 

Clin Lab Med 1986 Mar;6(l):157-65 (57 ref.) 
Age-related changes in immunologic and hormonal activities. 

Makinodan T, et al. IARC Sci Publ 1985;(58):55-70 (81 

ref.) 
Sequential and parallel regulation of immune system 

reactivity. Peretianu D, et al. Physiologic 1986 Jan-Mar; 

23(l):43-9 (19 ref.) 

IMMUNE TOLERANCE 

[Antigen-specific suppressor factors serology, structure and 



function] Skibinski G. Postepy Hig Med Dosw 1985 
May-Jun;39(3):229-44 (96 ref.) (Eng. Abstr.) (Pol) 

IMMUNITY 

Aging immunocytes and immunity. Characteristics and 
significance. Finkelstein MS. Clin Geriatr Med 1985 Nov; 
1(4):899-911 (75 ref.) 

Immunological problems of polymer-bound drugs. Rihova 

B, et al. Crit Rev Ther Drug Carrier Syst 1985;l(4):311-74 
(301 ref.) 

IMMUNITY, CELLULAR 

Phagocytosis of particulate activators of the alternative 
complement pathway: effects of fibronectin. Czop JK. 
Adv Immunol 1986;38:361-98 (181 ref.) 

IMMUNIZATION, PASSIVE 

[Therapy with immunoglobulins] Schumacher K. 
Dtsch Med Wochenschr 1986 Apr 4;lll(14):550-6 (41 ref.) 

(Ger) 

IMMUNOASSAY 

Assays for complement activation. Cooper NR. 
Clin Lab Med 1986 Mar;6(l): 139-55 (38 ref.) 

Clinical laboratory methods for the assessment and 
management of human allergic diseases. Hamilton RG, et 
al. Clin Lab Med 1986 Mar;6(l):l 17-38 (60 ref.) 

IMMUNOGLOBULIN IDIOTYPES 

[A new approach to vaccine development: anti-idiotypic 
vaccines] Lambert PH, et al. Ther Umsch 1986 Feb; 
43(2): 155-9 (9 ref.) (Eng. Abstr.) (Fre) 

IMMUNOGLOBULINS 

Immunoglobulin producing cells in nervous system diseases. 

Henriksson A. Acta Neurol Scand [Suppl] 1986;104:1-109 

(121 ref.) 
[The diagnostic significance of finding a M-component in 

serum] Schmidt EB, et al. Ugeskr Laeger 1986 Mar 10; 

148(1 l):633-5 (30 ref.) (Eng. Abstr.) (Dan) 

[Circulating anticoagulants. Clinical conditions of diagnosis] 

Godeau P, et al. Rev Med Interne 1985 Dec;6(5):523-41 

(150 ref.) (Fre) 

IMMUNOLOGIC DEFICIENCY 
SYNDROMES 

Immunologic deficiencies in small-for-dates neonates. 

Xanthou M. Acta Paediatr Scand [Suppl] 1985;319:143-9 

(55 ref.) 
Thymic atrophy and immune deficiency in malnutrition. 

Dourov N. Curr Top Pathol 1986;75:127-50 (127 ref.) 
Pathology of the thymus in immunodeficiency states. Nezelof 

C. Curr Top Pathol 1986;75:151-77 (109 ref.) 

The occurrence of malignant tumors in immunosuppressed 
states. Penn I. Prog Allergy 1986;37:259-300 (175 ref.) 

Immunopathology associated with human lymphotropic 
retroviruses. Ruscetti FW. Surv Synth Pathol Res 1985; 
4(3):2 16-26 (76 ref.) 

[Cryptosporidiosis, isosporiasis, lambliasis in immunologic 
deficiencies] Arnaud-Battandier F. Arch Fr Pediatr 1985 
Dec;42 Suppl 2:959-63 (33 ref.) (Eng. Abstr.) (Fre) 

IMMUNOLOGIC DISEASES 

Pathogenetic mechanisms in immunologic lung disease. 

Reynolds HY. Hosp Pract [Off] 1986 Apr 15;21(4):91-9, 

103-8 (8 ref.) 
Is schizophrenia a viral or immunologic disorder? DeLisi 

LE, et al. Psychiatr Clin North Am 1986 Mar;9(l):115-32 

(170 ref.) 

IMMUNOLOGIC TECHNICS 

Autoantibody testing: procedures and significance in systemic 
rheumatic diseases. Fritzler MJ. 
Methods Achiev Exp Pathol 1986;12:224-60 (115 ref.) 

IMMUNOSUPPRESSION 

Renal transplant immunity and immunosuppression. 
McEnery PT, et al. Am J Kidney Dis 1986 Apr;7(4):312-7 
(27 ref.) 

IMMUNOTHERAPY 

The routinization of intraperitoneal (intracavitary) 
chemotherapy and immunotherapy. Regelson W, et al. 
Cancer Invest 1986;4(l):29-42 (115 ref.) 

The biological modification of tumor cells as a means of 
inducing their regression: an overview. Kobayashi H. 
J Biol Response Mod 1986 Feb;5(l):l-ll (60 ref.) 

[Immunomodulation in the treatment of rheumatoid arthritis] 
Vischer TL. Ther Umsch 1986 Feb;43(2): 144-7 (22 ref.) 
(Eng. Abstr.) (Ger) 



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IMPLANTS, ARTIFICIAL 
IMPLANTS, ARTIFICIAL 

Biomaterials, biocompatibility, and peri-implant 

considerations. Lemons J, et al. Dent Clin North Am 1986 

Jan;30(l):3-23 (81 ref.) 
Biomaterial aspects of Interpore-200 porous nydroxyapatite. 

White E, et al. Dent Clin North Am 1986 Jan;30(l):49-67 

(45 ref.) 

INDIANS, SOUTH AMERICAN 

Patterns and correlates of genetic variation in South 
Amerindians. OKourke DH, et al. Ann Hum Biol 1986 
Jan-Feb;13(l):13-31 (83 ref.) 

INDIUM 

Radiolabeled leukocytes and platelets. Datz FL. 
Invest Radiol 1986 Mar;21(3):191-200 (97 ref.) 

INFANT, NEWBORN 

[Functional activity of thrombocytes in newborn infants] 
Shabalov NP, et al. Pediatriia 1986 Feb;(2):65-8 (89 ref.) 

(Rus) 

INFANT NUTRITION 

Nutritional assessment of the neonate. Georgieff MK, et al. 

Clin Perinato) 1986 Mar;13(l):73-89 (103 ref.) 
Nitrogen sources for parenteral nutrition in the newborn 

infant. Lemons JA, et al. Clin Perinatol 1986 Mar; 

13(1):91-109 (98 ref.) 
Nutritional deficiencies in the neonate. Pereira GR, et al. 

Clin Perinatol 1986 Mar;13(l):175-89 (97 ref.) 
Intravenous administration of lipid emulsions to premature 

infants. Stahl GE, et al. Clin Perinatol 1986 Mar; 

13(l):133-62 (155 ref.) 
Methods for determining the protein requirement of infants. 

Yudkoff M, et al. Clin Perinatol 1986 Mar;13(l):123-32 (33 

ref.) 

INFANT, PREMATURE 

Breast-feeding the premature infant. Lemons P, et al. 

din Perinatol 1986 Mar;13(l):l 11-22 (70 ref.) 
Intravenous administration of lipid emulsions to premature 

infants. Stahl GE, et al. Clin Perinatol 1986 Mar; 

13(l):133-62 (155 ref.) 
[What is the prognosis for premature infants? Outcome until 

school age (2)] Voyer M, et al. Arch Fr Pediatr 1985 Dec; 

42(10):879-87 (286 ref.) (Fre) 

INFANT, PREMATURE, DISEASES 

The natural history of subependymal germinal matrix 

hemorrhage. Enzmann D, et al. Am J Perinatol 1985 Apr; 

2(2): 123-33 (53 ref.) 
Necrotising enterocolitis. de Louvois J. J Hosp Infect 1986 

Jan;7(l):4-12 (52 ref.) 
[What is the prognosis for premature infants? Outcome until 

school age (2)] Voyer M, et al. Arch Fr Pediatr 1985 Dec; 

42(10):879-87 (286 ref.) (Fre) 

INFANT, SMALL FOR GESTATIONAL 
AGE 

Immunologic deficiencies in small-for-dates neonates. 
Xanthou M. Acta Paediatr Scand [Suppl] 1985;3 19: 143-9 
(55 ref.) 

INFECTION 

The interferon system as an integral part of the defense 

system against infections. Kirchner H. Antiviral Res 1986 

Jan;6(l):l-17 (100 ref.) 
Aging, gastrointestinal infections, and mucosal immunity. 

Schmucker DL, et al. J Am Geriatr Soc 1986 May; 

34(5):377-84 (66 ref.) 
[Kawasaki's disease a new infectious disease?] Keren G. 

Harefuah 1986 Jan l;110(l):39-44 (43 ref.) (Heb) 

INFLAMMATION 

Thrombocyte involvement in immune inflammatory 

reactions. Oxholm P, et al. Allergy 1986 Jan;41(l):l-10 (59 

ref.) 
[Mediators of the immune response and inflammation] Dayer 

JM. Ther Umsch 1986 Feb;43(2):94-102 (9 ref.) (Eng. 

Abstr.) (Fre) 

INFLUENZA 

Influenza in the elderly: report of an outbreak and a review 
of vaccine effectiveness reports. Strassburg MA, et al. 
Vaccine 1986 Mar;4(l):38-44 (34 ref.) 

INFORMATION SYSTEMS 

Artificial intelligence and medical informatics. Blum BI. 
Med Inf (Lond) 1986 Jan-Mar;ll(l):3-18 (38 ref.) 



MEDICAL REVIEWS 

INSECTICIDES, CARBAMATE 

Management of acute childhood poisonings caused by 
selected insecticides and herbicides. Mortensen ML. 
Pediatr Clin North Am 1986 Apr;33(2):421-45 (77 ref.) 

INSECTICIDES, 
ORGANOPHOSPHATE 

Management of acute childhood poisonings caused by 
selected insecticides and herbicides. Mortensen ML. 
Pediatr din North Am 1986 Apr;33(2):421-45 (77 ref.) 

INSECTS 

Bacillus thuringiensis and related insect pathogens. Aronson 
AI, et al. Microbiol Rev 1986 Mar;50(l):l-24 (189 ref.) 

INSULIN 

Intra-islet insulin-glucagon-somatostatin relationships. 

Samols E, et al. Clin Endocrinol Metab 1986 Feb; 

15(l):33-58 (110 ref.) 
Phylogenetical aspects on islet hormone families: a 

minireview with particular reference to insulin as a growth 

factor and to the phytogeny of PYY and NPY 

imimmoreactive cells and nerves in the endocrine and 

exocrine pancreas. Falkmer S, et al. Peptides 1985;6 Suppl 

3:315-20 (27 ref.) 
Alternative routes of peptide hormone administration. 

Pontitoti AE, et al. Spec Top Endocrinol Metab 1985; 

7:77-99 (120 ref.) 
[Protein and polypeptide growth factors insulin and 

gastrointestinal hormones] Shimosegawa T, et al. 

Nippon Rinsho 1986 Jan;44(l): 108-14 (23 ref.) (Jpn) 
[Recent ideas on the mechanism of insulin secretion] Tamarit 

Torres J. An R Acad Nac Med (Madr) 1985;102(4):323-52 

(90 ref.) (Spa) 

INSULIN ANTAGONISTS 

Toxins and inhibitors in chronic renal failure. Powell D, et 
al. Am J Kidney Dis 1986 Apr;7(4):292-9 (39 ref.) 

INTERFERON TYPE I 

The role of two interferon-induced enzymatic activities in 
erythroid differentiation of Friend cells. Rossi GB, et al. 
Prog Clin Biol Res 1985;202:285-96 (65 ref.) 

INTERFERONS 

The interferon system as an integral part of the defense 

system against infections. Kirchner H. Antiviral Res 1986 

Jan;6(l):l-17 (100 ref.) 
Interferon induced inhibition of enveloped viruses. 

Maheshwari RK, et al. Prog Clin Biol Res 1985;202:297-305 

(28 ref.) 

INTERLEUKIN 1 

[Protein and polypeptide growth factors T lymphocyte 
growth factor and interleukins] Suzuki R, et al. 
Nippon Rinsho 1986 Jan;44(l):42-7 (21 ref.) (Jpn) 

INTERPERSONAL RELATIONS 

Social skills training: an effective treatment for unipolar 
non-psychotic depression? Jackson HJ, et al. 
Aust NZ J Psychiatry 1985 Dec;19(4):342-53 (52 ref.) 

INTERPROFESSIONAL RELATIONS 

[Medico-social relationships of the psychiatrist a method 
and working instrument in psychiatric care] Chirija V. 
Rev Med Chir Soc Med Nat lasi 1985 Jul-Sep;89(3):479-83 
(23 ref.) (Eng. Abstr.) (Rum) 

INTERVERTEBRAL DISK 
DISPLACEMENT 

[Herniated cervical disk, with or without arthrosis surgical 
management by simple discectomy or associated with 
spondylodesis?] Pache T, et al. 

Schweiz Med Wochenschr 1986 Mar 22;116(12):358-66 (6 
ref.) (Eng. Abstr.) (Fre) 

INTERVIEW, PSYCHOLOGICAL 

Psychiatric cases in community studies: how important an 
issue? Brown GW, et al. Soc Sci Med 1986;22(2):173-83 
(70 ref.) 

INTESTINAL ABSORPTION 

Metabolic complications of urologic intestinal substitutes. 
Kosko JW, et al. Urol Clin North Am 1986 May; 
13(2):193-200 (48 ref.) 

INTESTINAL DISEASES, PARASITIC 

[Cryptosporidiosis, isosporiasis, lambliasis in immunologic 
deficiencies] Arnaud-Battandier F. Arch Fr Pediatr 1985 



Dec;42 Suppl 2:959-63 (33 ref.) (Eng. Abstr 

INTESTINAL MUCOSA 

Antigen handling by the small intestine. Walk 
Clin Gastroenterol 1986 Jan;15(l):l-20 (84 re 

Basolateral K channels in an insect epitheliv 
density, conductance, and block by barium. H 
et al. J Gen Physiol 1986 Mar;87(3):443-66 

INTESTINAL OBSTRUCTION 

Intestinal motility and its disorders. Milla PJ. 
Clin Gastroenterol 1986 Jan ; 15(l):121-36 (51 

INTESTINE, SMALL 

The development of the small intestine. Thon 
al. Can J Physiol Pharmacol 1986 Jan;64(l):13- 

Antigen handling by the small intestine. Walk 
Clin Gastroenterol 1986 Jan; 15(1): 1-20 (84 re 

INTESTINES 

The aging gut. Thomson AB, et al. 

Can J Physiol Pharmacol 1986 Jan;64(l):30-l 
Principles in cellular oxygenation: fetal a 

intestines. Goplerud JM, et al. Clin Perinat( 

13(l):191-6 (30 ref.) 
Endogenous somatostatin and the gut. Lucey M 

Apr;27(4):457-67 (94 ref.) 
[The intestinal immune system. The VIP ret 

lymphocytes: a new marker of differentiatioi 

et al. Gastroenterol Clin Biol 1985 Dec;9(12 

ref.) 



Geometric progression in the size of membr 
nuclei and cells. Bont WS. Eur J Cell Bi. 
39(2):485-99 (56 ref.) 

INTRACRANIAL PRESSURE 

[Anesthesia and intracranial pressure. Current pi 
report and prospects] Tommasino C, et al. 
Minerva Anestesiol 1985 Oct;51(10):483-90 ( 

INTRAUTERINE DEVICES 

New developments in oral, injectable and 
contraceptives, vaginal rings and intrauterin 
review. Diczfalusy E. Contraception 1986 J 
(86 ref.) 

The Dalkon Shield in perspective. Pendergast 
Med Law 1986;5(l):35-44 (70 ref.) 

INVERTEBRATES 

Chemical communication in invertebrates. O'C 
Experientia 1986 Mar 15;42(3):232-41 (51 re 

ION CHANNELS 

Basolateral K channels in an insect epitheli 
density, conductance, and block by barium. \r 
et al. J Gen Physiol 1986 Mar;87(3):443-66 

Temperature-jump and voltage-jump experim< 
lipid membranes support an aggregational (mi 
of the gramicidin A ion channel. Stark G, 
J Membr Biol 1986;89(l):23-37 (55 ref.) 

Sodium entry pathways in renal epithelial ce! 
MH Jr, et al. Miner Electrolyte Metab 198 
(46 ref.) 

Channel-blocking mechanism ensures specific 
synaptic transmission. Skok VI. Neuros 
17(l)-.l-9 (60 ref.) 

Genetics of ion channels. Salkoff LB, et al. Phy 
Apr;66(2):301-29 (147 ref.) 

IRIDOVIRIDAE 

An unusual replication strategy of an animal iric 
KG, et al. Adv Virus Res 1985;30:1-19 (83 

IRON 

Clinical disorders of iron metabolism in the eh 

DL, et al. Clin Geriatr Med 1985 Nov;l(4):72 
Iron metabolism. Finch CA, et al. Clin Physiol 1 

4(1):5-10 (29 ref.) 
Iron, infection, and neoplasia. Weinberg ED. 

Clin Physiol Binchem 1986;4(1):50-60 (48 re 
Iron poisoning. Banner W Jr, et al. 

Pediatr Clin North Am 1986 Apr;33(2):393- 
Sideroblasts in myelodysplasia: their nature 

significance. Hast R. Scand J Haematol 

45:53-5 (18 ref.) 
Ferrokinetic abnormalities and red cell 

myelodysplastic syndromes: a review. Lintu 

Scand J Haematol [Suppl] 1986;45:48-52 (K 



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JUL 1986 

ISCHEMIA 

[Evaluation of warm post-ischemia renal damage in the 
surgery of complex lithiasis (I)] Ruiz Marcellan FJ, et al. 
Actas Urol Esp 1985 Sep-Oct;9(5):381-8 (112 ref.) (Eng. 
Abstr.) (Spa) 

ISLANDS OF LANGERHANS 

Intra-islet insulin-glucagon-somatostatin relationships. 
Samols E, et al. Clin Endocrinol Metab 1986 Feb; 
15(l):33-58 (110 ref.) 

Phylogenetical aspects on islet hormone families: a 
minireview with particular reference to insulin as a growth 
factor and to the phylogeny of PYY and NPY 
immunoreactive cells and nerves in the endocrine and 
exocrine pancreas. Falkmer S, et al. Peptidcs 1985;6 Suppl 
3:315-20 (27 ref.) 

[Recent ideas on the mechanism of insulin secretion] Tamarit 
Torres J. An R Acad Nac Med (Madr) 1985;102(4):323-52 
(90 ref.) (Spa) 

ISOANTIBODIES 

[Circulating anticoagulants. Clinical conditions of diagnosis] 
Godeau P, et al. Rev Med Interne 1985 Dec;6(5):523-41 
(150 ref.) (Fre) 

ISOANTIGENS 

[Antigenic characteristics of hematopoietic stem cells] 
Tananov AT, et al. Gematol Transfuziol 1986 Feb; 
31(2):48-53 (36 ref.) (Rus) 

JOINT DISEASES 

The musculoskeletal manifestations of cystic fibrosis. Rush 
PJ, et al. Semin Arthritis Rheum 1986 Feb; 15(3):2 13-25 (78 
ref.) 

JOINT PROSTHESIS 

Metallic ion release and its relationship to oncogenesis. Black 
J. Hip 1985;:199-213 (77 ref.) 

JURISPRUDENCE 

Noise-induced hearing loss. Catlin FI. Am J Otol 1986 Mar; 

7(2):141-9 (19 ref.) 
The Dalkon Shield in perspective. Pendergast P, et al. 

Med Law 1986;5(l):35-44 (70 ref.) 

KALLIKREIN 

Renal kallikrein-kinin system. Scicli AG, et al. 
Kidney Int 1986 Jan;29(l): 120-30 (99 ref.) 

KERATITIS, DENDRITIC 

Ocular herpes simplex virus infections. Dawson CR. 
Clin Dermatol 1984 Apr-Jun;2(2):56-66 (35 ref.) 

KIDNEY 

Renal transplant immunity and immunosuppression. 

McEnery PT, et al. Am J Kidney Dis 1986 Apr;7(4):312-7 

(27 ref.) 
The aging kidney. Kaysen GA, et al. Clin Geriatr Med 1985 

Feb;l(l):207-22 (102 ref.) 
Relationship between energy requirements for Na + 

reabsorption and other renal functions. Cohen JJ. 

Kidney Int 1986 Jan;29(l):32-40 (61 ref.) 
Structure, function and regulation of Na.K-ATPase in the 

kidney. J0rgensen PL. Kidney Int 1986 Jan;29(l): 10-20 (73 

ref.) 
Metabolism and sites of action of vitamin D in the kidney. 

Kawashima H, et al. Kidney Int 1986 Jan;29(l):98-107 (109 

ref.) 
Primary active sodium transport, oxygen consumption, and 

ATP: coupling and regulation. Mandel LJ. Kidney Int 1986 

Jan;29(l):3-9 (49 ref.) 
Cellular mechanism of hormone action in the kidney: 

messenger function of calcium and cyclic AMP. Rasmussen 

H, et al. Kidney Int 1986 Jan;29(l):90-7 (60 ref.) 
Contributions of nuclear magnetic resonance to renal 

biochemistry. Ross B, et al. Kidney Int 1986 Jan; 

29(1):131-41 (56 ref.) 
Prostaglandins and other arachidonic acid metabolites in the 

kidney. Schlondorff D, et al. Kidney Int 1986 Jan; 

29(1):108-19 (191 ref.) 
Renal kallikrein-kinin system. Scicli AG, et al. 

Kidney Int 1986 Jan;29(l): 120-30 (99 ref.) 
Regulation of glutamine metabolism in dog kidney in vivo. 

Vinay P, et al. Kidney Int 1986 Jan;29(l):68-79 (54 ref.) 
Protein-mediated elevations in renal hemodynamics: 

existence of a hepato-renal axis? Premen AJ. 

Med Hypotheses 1986 Mar;19(3):295-309 (66 ref.) 
Hormonal control of kidney functions at the cell level. Morel 

F, et al. Physiol Rev 1986 Apr;66(2):377-468 (533 ref.) 
Renal substrate metabolism. Wirthensohn G, et al. 

Physiol Rev 1986 Apr;66(2):469-97 (261 ref.) 
A brief review of histopathology in kidney transplant 

recipients immunosuppressed with cyclosporin A. Mihatsch 

MJ. Scand J Urol Nephrol [Suppl] 1985;92:95-7 (14 ref.) 



MEDICAL REVIEWS 

[Prostaglandins in experimental vasorenal hypertension] 

Ancyparowicz S, et al. Pol Tyg Lek 1985 Dec 9; 

40(49):1380-4 (25 ref.) (Pol) 

[Evaluation of warm post-ischemia renal damage in the 

surgery of complex lithiasis (I)] Ruiz Marcellan FJ, et al. 

Actas Urol Esp 1985 Sep-Oct;9(5):381-8 (112 ref.) (Eng. 

Abstr.) (Spa) 

KIDNEY, ARTIFICIAL 

An introduction to biocompatibility. Ringoir S, et al. 
Artif Organs 1986 Feb;10(l):20-7 (109 ref.) 

KIDNEY CALCULI 

[Evaluation of warm post-ischemia renal damage in the 
surgery of complex lithiasis (I)] Ruiz Marcellan FJ, et al. 
Actas Urol Esp 1985 Sep-Oct;9(5):381-8 (112 ref.) (Eng. 
Abstr.) (Spa) 

KIDNEY DISEASES 

Collaborative studies and controlled clinical trials. Hogg RJ, 

et al. Am J Kidney Dis 1986 Apr;7(4):329-34 (29 ref.) 
Immunopathology of renal disease. Burkholder PM. 

Clin Lab Med 1986 Mar;6(l):55-83 (100 ref.) 
Renal effects of nonsteroidal antiinflammatory drugs. 

Heightened risk to the elderly? Lamy PP. 

J Am Geriatr Soc 1986 May;34(5):361-7 (63 ref.) 
Metabolic adaptations of the nephron in renal disease. Klahr 

S, et al. Kidney Int 1986 Jan;29(l):80-9 (125 ref.) 
Monoclonal antibodies in the diagnosis of renal disease: a 

preliminary report [clinical conference] Tolkoff-Rubin NE. 

Kidney Int 1986 Jan;29(l): 142-52 (63 ref.) 
Use of cultured renal tubular cells in the study of cell injury. 

Wilson PD. Miner Electrolyte Metab 1986;12(l):71-83 (84 

ref.) 

KIDNEY FAILURE, ACUTE 

Role of calcium in pathogenesis of acute renal failure. Humes 
HD. Am J Physiol 1986 Apr;250(4 Pt 2):F579-89 (91 ref.) 

KIDNEY FAILURE, CHRONIC 

Psychosocial development in children with chronic renal 

insufficiency. Grupe WE, et al. Am J Kidney Dis 1986 Apr; 

7(4):324-8 (30 ref.) 
Toxins and inhibitors in chronic renal failure. Powell D, et 

al. Am J Kidney Dis 1986 Apr;7(4):292-9 (39 ref.) 
Neurologic complications of renal failure. Trompeter RS, 

et al. Am J Kidney Dis 1986 Apr;7(4):3 18-23 (30 ref.) 
Protein metabolism in renal failure: abnormalities and possible 

mechanisms. Wassner SJ, et al. Am J Kidney Dis 1986 Apr; 

7(4):285-91 (48 ref.) 
Nutritional requirements for infants with renal failure. 

Wassner SJ, et al. Am J Kidney Dis 1986 Apr;7(4):300-5 

(34 ref.) 
End-state renal failure in diabetic nephropathy: 

pathophysiology and treatment. Schmitz O, et al. 

Blood Purif 1985;3( 1-3): 120-39 (102 ref.) 

KIDNEY GLOMERULUS 

Functional properties of glomerular cells in culture. 
Kreisberg JI, et al. Miner Electrolyte Metab 1986; 
12(1):25-31 (41 ref.) 

KIDNEY TUBULES 

Transport and metabolic functions in cultured renal tubule 

cells. Horster MF, et al. Kidney Int 1986 Jan;29(l):46-53 

(110 ref.) 
Glucose metabolism in renal tubular function. Ross BD, et 

al. Kidney Int 1986 Jan;29(l):54-67 (157 ref.) 
Characteristics of renal collecting tubule cells in primary 

culture. Grenier FC. Miner Electrolyte Metab 1986; 

12(l):58-63 (42 ref.) 
Expression of differentiated functions in kidney epithelial cell 

lines. Lever JE. Miner Electrolyte Metab 1986;12(l):14-9 

(39 ref.) 
Sodium cotransport processes in renal epithelial cell lines. 

Rabito CA. Miner Electrolyte Metab 1986;12(1):32-41 (59 

ref.) 
Genesis of polarity in renal tubular cells. Rodriguez-Boulan 

E. Miner Electrolyte Metab 1986;12(l):20-4 (41 ref.) 
Sodium entry pathways in renal epithelial cell lines. Saier 

MH Jr, et al. Miner Electrolyte Metab 1986;12(1):42-50 

(46 ref.) 
Innovative approaches for the study of cultured renal 

epithelia. Valentich JD. Miner Electrolyte Metab 1986; 

12(1):6-13 (54 ref.) 
Use of cultured renal tubular cells in the study of cell injury. 

Wilson PD. Miner Electrolyte Metab 1986;12(l):71-83 (84 

ref.) 

KIDNEY TUBULES, PROXIMAL 

Proximal tubular cells in primary culture. Fine LG, et al. 

Miner Electrolyte Metab 1986;12(l):51-7 (40 ref.) 
Expression of differentiated functions in kidney epithelial cell 

lines. Lever JE. Miner Electrolyte Metab 1986; 12(1): 14-9 

(39 ref.) 



LEGISLATION 

Sodium cotransport processes in renal epithelial cell lines. 
Rabito CA. Miner Electrolyte Metab 1986;12(1):32-41 (59 
ref.) 

KILLER CELLS, NATURAL 

[Hormonal modulation of the cytotoxicity mediated by NK 
effectors (natural killer)] Angeli A, et al. 
Minerva Endocrinol 1985 Jui-Sep; 10(3): 175-86 (82 ref.) 
(Eng. Abstr.) (Ita) 

KINETICS 

Basic pharmacokinetics. Levy RH, et al. 
Ther Drug Monit 1986;8(l):47-58 (34 ref.) 

KININASE II 

Enalapril: a new angiotensin converting enzyme inhibitor. 
Cleary JD, et al. Drug Intell Clin Pharm 1986 Mar; 
20(3):177-86 (104 ref.) 

KININS 

Renal kallikrein-kinin system. Scicli AG, et al. 
Kidney Int 1986 Jan;29(l):120-30 (99 ref.) 

KLEBSIELLA 

[Bacteriophage typing of Klebsiella. I. Role of Klebsiella 
surface structures in bacteriophage binding] 
Przondo-Hessek A. Postepy Hig Med Dosw 1985 May-Jun; 
39(3):264-310 (185 ref.) (Eng. Abstr.) (Pol) 

KLIPPEL-FEIL SYNDROME 

Subclavian artery supply disruption sequence: hypothesis of 
a vascular etiology for Poland, Klippel-Feil, and Mobius 
anomalies. Bavinck JN, et al. Am J Med Genet 1986 Apr; 
23(4):903-18 (62 ref.) 

KNEE JOINT 

[The mediopatellar synovial plica] Eiskjaer S. 
Ugeskr Laeger 1986 Mar 10; 148(1 1):635-8 (30 ref.) (Eng. 
Abstr.) (Dan) 

LABYRINTH DISEASES 

Effects of noise and ototoxic drugs at the cellular level in 

the cochlea: a review. Lim DJ. Am J Otolaryngol 1986 

Mar-Apr;7(2):73-99 (162 ref.) 
Age related cochlear toxicity from noise and antibiotics a 

review. Bhattacharyya TK, et al. J Otolaryngol 1986 Feb; 

15(1):15-20 (61 ref.) 

LANGUAGE DEVELOPMENT 
DISORDERS 

A model for clinical-quantitative classification. Generation 
I: Application to language-disordered preschool children. 
Wilson BC, et al. Brain Lang 1986 Mar;27(2):28 1-309 (39 
ref.) 

LAPAROTOMY 

[Femoral nerve neuropathy a neurological complication 
after gynecologic laparotomy] Poulsen HK. 
Ugeskr Laeger 1986 Feb 24;148(9):509-11 (29 ref.) (Eng. 
Abstr.) (Dan) 

LARYNGITIS 

[Acute laryngitis causing dyspnea in children. Recent 
findings] Lebecque P, et al. Ann Pediatr (Paris) 1986 Jan; 
33(1): 11-7 (69 ref.) (Eng. Abstr.) (Fre) 

LASERS 

[Use of the carbon dioxide laser in ophthalmic surgery] 
Bol'shunov AV, et al. Vestn Oftalmol 1986 Jan-Feb; 
102(l):56-8 (39 ref.) (Rus) 

LEAD POISONING 

[Significance of lead pollution in human intrauterine 
development] Sikorski R, et al. Wiad Lek 1985 Nov 15; 
38(22):1586-92 (64 ref.) (Eng. Abstr.) (Pol) 

LEG 

Evaluation of foot swelling and lower-limb temperatures in 
relation to leg activity during long-term seated office work. 
Winkel J, et al. Ergonomics 1986 Feb;29(2):313-28 (76 ref.) 

LEGIONELLA 

The Legionellaceae. Fallon RJ. Med Lab Sci 1986 Jan; 
43(1):64-71 (73 ref.) 

LEGISLATION 

Controlling the bugs. The first decade in the regulation of 
biotechnology. Greenstein RL. Appl Biochem Biotechnol 



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LEGISLATION 



1985 Dec;ll(6):489-506 (40 ref.) 

Food and Drug Administration regulation of medical device 
biotechnology, and food and food additive biotechnology. 
Kahan JS, et al. AppI Biochem Biotechnol 1985 Dec; 
11(6):507-16 (24 ref.) 

LEGISLATION, DRUG 

Social policy and drug safety. Tilson HH. 
Clin Geriatr Med 1986 Feb;2(l):165-80 (114 ref.) 

LEGISLATION, FOOD 

Food and Drug Administration regulation of medical device 
biotechnology, and food and food additive biotechnology. 
Kahan JS, et al. Appl Biochem Biotechnol 1985 Dec; 
11(6):507-16 (24 ref.) 

LEGISLATION, MEDICAL 

Noise-induced hearing loss. Catlin FI. Am J Otol 1986 Mar; 

7(2):141-9 (19 ref.) 
Pathways to the future. Florida's response to the geriatric 

imperative. Magenheim MJ. Clin Geriatr Med 1986 Feb; 

2(1>.181-207 (67 ref.) 

LEGUMES 

Pigeonpea as an important food source. Salunkhe DK, et 

al. CRC Crit Rev Food Sci Nutr 1986;23(2): 103-45 (235 

ref.) 

LENS, CRYSTALLINE 

The presence of extralenticular crystallins and its relationship 

with transdifferentiation to lens. Clayton RM, et al. 

Curr Top Dev Biol 1986;20:137-51 (54 ref.) 
Instability in cell commitment of vertebrate pigmented 

epithelial cells and their transdifferentiation into lens cells. 

Eguchi G. Curr Top Dev Biol 1986;20:21-37 (42 ref.) 
Conversion of retina glia cells into lenslike phenotype 

following disruption of normal cell contacts. Moscona AA. 

Curr Top Dev Biol 1986;20:1-19 (47 ref.) 

LEPROSY 

Deficiency of cell mediated immunity in leprosy. Gill HK, 
et al. Prog Allergy 1986;37:377-90 (58 ref.) 

LEUKEMIA 

Molecular genetics of human B cell neoplasia. Croce CM, 

et al. Adv Immunol 1986;38:245-74 (51 ref.) 
Chronic leukemias: oncogenes, chromosomes, and advances 

in therapy [clinical conference] Champlin R, et al. 

Ann Intern Med 1986 May;104(5):671-88 (191 ref.) 
Exposure to electromagnetic fields and the risk of leukemia. 

Sheikh K. Arch Environ Health 1986 Jan-Feb;41(l):56-63 

(27 ref.) 
Chromosomal fragile sites and cancer-specific 

rearrangements. Le Beau MM. Blood 1986 Apr; 

67(4):849-58 (77 ref.) 
Acute leukemias, myelodysplasia, and lymphomas. Antin JH, 

et al. Clin Geriatr Med 1985 Nov ; l(4):795~826 (129 ref.) 
Current status of treatment of acute leukemia in adults: an 

overview of the Memorial experience and review of 

literature. Clarkson BD, et al. 

CRC Crit Rev Oncol Hematol 1986;4(3):221-48 (68 ref.) 
Contributions of recent research to the classification of 

spontaneous lymphoid cell neoplasms in mice. Pattengale 

PK, et al. CRC Crit Rev Toxicol 1986;16(3):185-212 (38 

ref.) 
Allogeneic bone marrow transplantation for acute leukemia 

in children. A short review. Masotti A, et al. 

Haematologica (Pavia) 1985 Nov-Dec;70(6):536-44 (49 ref.) 
Clinical applications of monoclonal antibodies for patients 

with leukemia and lymphoma. Foon KA, et al. 

Prog Clin Biol Res 1986;2 11:265-84 (34 ref.) 
Chromosome abnormalities in secondary myelodysplastic 

syndromes. Bloomfield CD. Scand J Haematol [Suppl] 

1986;45:82-90 (13 ref.) 
Preleukaemic states in children. Wegelius R. 

Scand J Haematol [Suppl] 1986;45: 133-9 (53 ref.) 
Immunopathology associated with human lymphotropic 

retroviruses. Ruscetti FW. Surv Synth Pathol Res 1985; 

4(3):2 16-26 (76 ref.) 

LEUKEMIA, LYMPHOBLASTIC 

[Clinical pharmacology of mitoxantrone] Robak T, et al. 
Pol Tyg Lek 1985 Dec 23-30;40(5 1-52): 1473-5 (26 ref.) 

(Pol) 

LEUKEMIA, LYMPHOCYTIC 

Expression of MHC class II antigens in human B-cell 
leukaemia and non-Hodgkin 's lymphoma. Guy K, et al. 
Br J Cancer 1986 Feb;53(2):161-73 (67 ref.) 

LEUKEMIA, MYELOBLASTIC 

Prognostic factors in the myelodysplastic syndromes: a 
review. Tricot G, et al. Scand J Haematol [Suppl] 1986; 
45:107-13 (32 ref.) 

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REVIEWS 

[Preliminary results of the treatment of non-lymphoblastic 
leukemia and bone marrow dysplasia with small doses of 
cytosine arabinoside] Brodzki LM. Acta Haematol Pol 1985 
Jan-Jun;16(i-2):85-9 (19 ref.) (Pol) 

[Neoplastic transformation of the pluripotential stem cell. I. 
Possible molecular mechanisms of neoplastic 
transformation] Rupniewska ZM. Acta Haematol Pol 1985 
Jan-Jun;16(l-2)-.90-101 (102 ref.) (Pol) 

[Neoplastic transformation of the pluripotential stem cell. II. 
Regeneration and differentiation of populations of leukemic 
blast cells] Rupniewska ZM. Acta Haematol Pol 1985 
Jan-Jun;16(l-2):102-8 (75 ref.) (Pol) 

[Clinical pharmacology of mitoxantrone] Robak T, et al. 
Pol Tyg Lek 1985 Dec 23-30;40(51-52):1473-5 (26 ref.) 

(Pol) 

LEUKEMIA, MYELOCYTIC 

[Neoplastic transformation of the pluripotential stem cell. I. 
Possible molecular mechanisms of neoplastic 
transformation] Rupniewska ZM. Acta Haematol Pol 1985 
Jan-Jun;16(l-2):90-101 (102 ref.) (Pol) 

LEUKOCYTES 

Mediation of ARDS by leukocytes. Clinical evidence and 
implications for therapy. Rinaldo JE. Chest 1986 Apr; 
89(4):590-3 (24 ref.) 

Radiolabeled leukocytes and platelets. Datz FL. 
Invest Radiol 1986 Mar;21(3):191-200 (97 ref.) 

LEUKOTRIENES B 

Leukotrienes and their possible significance for the 
pathogenesis of asthma. Verhagen J, et al. 
Allergol Immunopathol (Madr) 1985 Nov-Dec;13(6):531-7 
(61 ref.) 

LH 

Induction of ovulation in primate models. Kenigsberg D, et 
al. Endocr Rev 1986 Feb;7(l>.34-43 (45 ref.) 

LH-FSH RELEASING HORMONE 

Use of a potent, long acting agonist of 

gonadotropin-releasing hormone in the treatment of 

precocious puberty. Boepple PA, et al. Endocr Rev 1986 

Feb;7(l):24-33 (84 ref.) 
Pharmacokinetics of gonadotropin-releasing hormone and its 

analogs. Handelsman DJ, et al. Endocr Rev 1986 Feb; 

7(1):95-105 (106 ref.) 
Hypothalamic hypogonadism. Bhasin S, et al. 

Spec Top Endocrinol Metab 1985;7:237-66 (105 ref.) 

LICHEN PLANUS 

[Oral lichen ruber planus in dental practice. A critical review 
of the literature and notes on clinical diagnosis and therapy] 
Goia F, et al. Minerva Stomatol 1986 Mar;35(3): 113-9 (40 
ref.) (Eng. Abstr.) (Ita) 

LIDOCAINE 

[Clinical pharmacology of tocainide] Dorociak A, et al. 
Pol Tyg Lek 1985 Dec 23-30;40(5 1-52): 1440-4 (39 ref.) 

(Pol) 

LINGUISTICS 

Pupillary responses to syntactic ambiguity of sentences. 
Schluroff M, et al. Brain Lang 1986 Mar;27(2V.322-44 (60 
ref.) 

LINKAGE (GENETICS) 

The halothane sensitivity locus and its linkage relationships. 
Archibald AL, et al. 

Anim Blood Groups Biochem Genet 1985;16(4):253-63 (57 
ref.) 

LIPID BILAYERS 

Temperature-jump and voltage-jump experiments at planar 
lipid membranes support an aggregational (micellar) model 
of the gramicidin A ion channel. Stark G, et al. 
J Membr Biol 1986;89(l):23-37 (55 ref.) 

LIPID PEROXIDES 

[Lipid peroxidation and diseases] Chen Y, et al. 
Chung Hua I Hsueh Tsa Chih 1985 Nov;65(lI):704-6 (20 
ref.) (Chi) 

LIPIDS 

Is there a treatment necessity for lipid disorders of uremic 
patients? Lacour B, et al. Blood Purif 1985;3(l-3):42-51 
(91 ref.) 

LIPODYSTROPHY, INTESTINAL 

Whipple disease. Werner SR, et al. 
Semin Arthritis Rheum 1986 Feb;15(3):157-67 (85 ref.) 



LIPOLYSIS 

[Role of adrenergic receptors in the regula 
and in the pathogenesis of obesity] Kucic 
Pol Tyg Lek 1985 Dec 16;40(50):1411-4 I 

LIPOPROTEINS 

Proteolytic processing and compartmenta 
primary translation products of mammaliai 
mRNAs. Gordon JI, et al. CRC Crit Rev 
20(1):37-71 (202 ref.) 

[Focus on the classification of plasma lipopi 
P, et al. Ann Biol Clin (Paris) 1985;43(6):8 



LIPOSOMES 

Liposomes as carriers of imaging agents. C 
Crit Rev Ther Drug Carrier Syst 1985;1(2):1 

Liposomes as targetable drug carriers. Ton 
Crit Rev Ther Drug Carrier Syst 1985;2(1):( 

Liposomes for oral administration of drug! 
Crit Rev Ther Drug Carrier Syst 1985;2(1 

LIPOXYGENASES 

[Lipoxygenase catalyzation of arachidonic t 
and the effect of its inhibition on anaphy 
Grupe R. Pharmazie 1986 Jan;41(l):7-22 

LITHIUM 

[Lithium and cerebral functions] Marchand 
Encephale 1985 Nov-Dec;ll(6):235-46 I 
Abstr.) 

LIVER 

Alanine and inter-organ relationships in 

amino and 2-oxo acid metabolism. Revie 

et al. Biosci Rep 1985 Dec;5(12): 10 15-33 
The aging gastrointestinal tract, liver, and p 

MC, et al. Clin Geriatr Med 1985 Feb;l( 

ref.) 
Transdifferentiated hepatocytes in rat pancn 

al. Curr Top Dev Biol 1986;20:63-78 (49 
Developments in liver transplantation. Pich 

Jpn J Surg 1985 Nov;15(6):409-19 (19 re 
Protein-mediated elevations in renal 

existence of a hepato-renal axis? Premen 

Med Hypotheses 1986 Mar;19(3):295-309 
[Interaction of alcohol with the liver, nutri 

carcinogens] Lieber CS. Gastroenterol Clir 

9(12):893-8 (41 ref.) 
[Liver transplant: clinical indications] Tarai 

Recenti Prog Med 1985 Dec;76(12):646-5C 

Abstr.) 
[Clinico-pharmacological aspects of enz 

Bartlomowicz B. Pol Tyg Lek 198: 

40(51-52):1430-3 (37 ref.) 

LIVER CIRRHOSIS, BILIAB 

The PBC-specific antigen. Baum H, et al. 

Mol Aspects Med 1985;8(3):201-34 (57 re 
Clinical and prognostic relevance of differei 

antibody profiles in primary biliary cirrho 

PA, et al. Mol Aspects Med 1985;8(3):23: 
The pathogenesis of primary biliary cirrho: 

Mol Aspects Med 1985;8(3):293-305 (74 i 
Autoreactivity against biliary tract antigens ii 

cirrhosis. McFarlane IG. Mol Aspec 

8(3):249-67 (48 ref.) 
The cellular pathology of primary bi 

MacSween RN, et al. Mol Aspects Med 

(55 ref.) 

LIVER DISEASES 

Effects of alcohol on other hepatotoxins. "J. 

Alcoholism (NY) 1986 Jan-Feb;10(l):3-15 
Review of pyridoxal phosphate and the trans 

disease. Vanderlinde RE. Ann Clin Lab Sci 

16(2):79-93 (78 ref.) 
[Drug-induced hepatic lesions] Adler M, e 

Rev Med Brux 1986 Feb;7(2):81-4 (16 rei 

[Mental disorders in acute intermittent porp 
Psychiatr Pol 1985 May-Jun;19(3):233-8 

LIVER NEOPLASMS 

The relation between hepatitis B virus 
hepatocellular carcinoma. Popper H. 
Hepatogastroenterology 1986 Feb;33(l):2-l 

LIVER NEOPLASMS, 
EXPERIMENTAL 

Histological evaluation of immunologically 
regression of the line 10 guinea pig hepa 
Jong WH, et al. Virchows Arch [Cel! 



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MAMMALS 



50(3):249-69 (48 ref.) 

LOCUS COERULEUS 

Possible relationship of the locus coeruleus hippocampal 
noradrenergic neurons to depression and mode of action 
of antidepressant drugs. Kostowski W. 
Pol J Pharmacol Pharm 1985 Nov-Dec;37(6):727-43 (57 
ref.) 

LONGEVITY 

rhe extension of maximum life span. Walford RL. 
Clin Geriatr Med 1985 Feb;l(l):29-35 (29 ref) 

LUNG 

ITie generation of prostaglandins by human lung and their 

effects on airway function in man. Robinson C, et al. 

Bull Eur Physiopathol Respir 1986;22 Suppl 7:81-90 (42 

ref.) 
Fat emulsions and lung function. Hageman JR, et al. 

Clin Chest Med 1986 Mar;7(l):69-77 (45 ref.) 
Nutrition and the pulmonary parenchyma. Sahebjami H. 

Clin Chest Med 1986 Mar;7(l):lll-26 (55 ref.) 
rhe aging respiratory system. Krumpe PE, et al. 

Clin Geriatr Med 1985 Feb;l(l):143-75 (225 ref.) 

LUNG DISEASES 

Pulmonary immunohistology. Tubbs RR. Cleve Clin Q 1985 

Winter;52(4):473-82 (36 ref.) 
Pathogenetic mechanisms in immunologic lung disease. 

Reynolds HY. Hosp Pract [Off! 1986 Apr 15;21(4):91-9, 

103-8 (8 ref.) 
Corticosteroid therapy in respiratory disorders. Trembath 

PW. Med J Aust 1985 Dec 9-23;143(12-13):607-9 (17 ref.) 
'Pulmonary changes caused by cytostatic drugs] Akoun G, 

et al. Ann Med Interne (Paris) 1985;136(8):671-6 (67 ref.) 

(Eng. Abstr.) (Fre) 

LUNG NEOPLASMS 

Radiotherapy for small cell lung cancer. Bleehen NM. 

Chest 1986 Apr;89(4 Suppl):268S-276S (66 ref.) 
ilecent advances in the biology of small cell lung cancer. 

Carney DN. Chest 1986 Apr;89(4 Suppl):253S-257S (42 

ref.) 
Endobronchial management of lung cancer. Cortese DA. 

Chest 1986 Apr;89(4 Suppl):234S-236S (34 ref.) 
Slon-small cell lung cancer. Role of radiation therapy. Cox 

JD. Chest 1986 Apr;89(4 Suppl):284S-288S (28 ref.) 
rumor markers in patients with lung cancer. Hansen M, et 

al. Chest 1986 Apr;89(4 Suppl) :219S-224S (67 ref.) 
Fhe role of computed tomography in the diagnosis and 

management of lung cancer. An overview. Heitzman ER. 

Chest 1986 Apr;89(4 Suppl):237S-241S (27 ref.) 
surgical adjuvant therapy of non-small cell lung cancer. 

Holmes EC. Chest 1986 Apr;89(4 Suppl):295S-300S (42 

ref.) 
Monsurgical combined modality therapies in non-small cell 

lung cancer. Klastersky J, et al. Chest 1986 Apr;89(4 

Suppl):289S-294S (67 ref.) 
Current chemotherapy of small cell lung cancer. Livingston 

RB. Chest 1986 Apr;89(4 Suppl):258S-263S (44 ref.) 
\ new international staging system for lung cancer. Mountain 

CF. Chest 1986 Apr;89(4 Suppl):225S-233S (23 ref.) 
Lung cancer. The past twenty-five years. Pearson FG. 

Chest 1986 Apr;89(4 Suppl):200S-205S (23 ref.) 
Surgery of small cell lung cancer. Shields TW. Chest 1986 

Apr;89(4 Suppl):264S-267S (32 ref.) 
small cell carcinoma of the lung. Johnson DH, et al. 

CRC Crit Rev Oncol Hematol 1986;4(4):303-36 (232 ref.) 
Lung cancer. Part II. Staging and therapy. Filderman AE, 

et al. Invest Radiol 1986 Feb;21(2):173-85 (299 ref.) 
\djuvant modalities in lung cancer: an assessment of surgery, 

radiotherapy, and chemotherapy. Carlisle J, et al. 

Radiol Technol 1986 Mar-Apr;57(4):355-8 (25 ref.) 
The principal rheumatologic paraneoplastic syndromes in 

cancer of the lung. Physiopathologico-clinical correlations 

and therapeutic approach] Matucci Cerinic M, et al. 

Clin Ter 1985 Dec 15;115(5):381-7 (64 ref.) (Eng. Abstr.) 

(Ita) 

LUNG VOLUME MEASUREMENTS 

Functional residual lung capacity (FRC)] Palecek F. 
Cesk Fysiol 1986;35(l):39-55 (118 ref.) (Cze) 

LUPUS ERYTHEMATOSUS, 
SYSTEMIC 

Antibodies to DNA. Stollar BD. CRC Crit Rev Biochem 

1986;20(l):l-36 (189 ref.) 
Fhe neuropsychiatric manifestations of systemic lupus 

erythematosus: an overview. Adelman DC, et al. 

Semin Arthritis Rheum 1986 Feb; 15(3): 185-99 (120 ref.) 
Digestive manifestations in disseminated lupus 

erythematosus] Ziza JM, et al. 

Ann Gastroenterol Hepatol (Paris) 1986 Jan-Feb; 

22(l):27-32 (48 ref.) (Fre) 

Hormones and lupus] Compel A, et al. Rev Med Interne 

1985 Dec;6(5):543-52 (44 ref.) (Fre) 



LYMPH NODES 

Spectrum of morphologic changes of lymph nodes from 
patients with AIDS or AIDS-related complexes. Racz P, 
et al. Prog Allergy 1986;37:81-181 (321 ref.) 

Pathogenesis of lymphatic filariasis in man. Connor DH, et 
al. Z Parasitenkd 1986;72(l):13-28 (46 ref.) 

LYMPHATIC DISEASES 

Pathogenesis of lymphatic filariasis in man. Connor DH, et 
al. Z Parasitenkd 1986;72(l):13-28 (46 ref.) 

LYMPHOCYTE TRANSFORMATION 

T cell proliferation and ablation. A biologic spectrum of 
abnormalities induced by the human T cell lymphotropic 
virus group. Broder S. Prog Allergy 1986;37:224-43 (86 
ref.) 

LYMPHOCYTES 

Aging immunocytes and immunity. Characteristics and 

significance. Finkelstein MS. Clin Geriatr Med 1985 Nov; 

1(4):899-911 (75 ref.) 
Multiparameter analysis of human lymphocyte 

subpopulations using flow cytometry. Lewis DE, et al. 

Surv Synth Pathol Res 1985;4(3):237-47 (34 ref.) 

B LYMPHOCYTES 

Immune response (Ir) genes of the murine major 

histocompatibility complex. Schwartz RH. Adv Immunol 

1986;38:3 1-201 (470 ref.) 
The microenvironment of T and B lymphocyte differentiation 

in avian embryos. Le Douarin N. Curr Top Dev Biol 1986; 

20:291-313 (54 ref.) 
[Cellular basis of immunity] Hoessli D. Ther Umsch 1986 

Feb;43(2): 89-93 (6 ref.) (Eng. Abstr.) (Fre) 

[Protein and polypeptide growth factors B lymphocyte 

growth and differentiation factor] Muraguchi A. 

Nippon Rinsho 1986 Jan;44(l):48-56 (53 ref.) (Jpn) 

T LYMPHOCYTES 

The antigen-specific, major histocompatibility 

complex-restricted receptor on T cells. Marrack P, et al. 

Adv Immunol 1986;38:1-30 (146 ref.) 
Immune response (Ir) genes of the murine major 

histocompatibility complex. Schwartz RH. Adv Immunol 

1986;38:3 1-201 (470 ref.) 
The microenvironment of T and B lymphocyte differentiation 

in avian embryos. Le Douarin N. Curr Top Dev Biol 1986; 

20:291-313 (54 ref.) 
Cellular differentiation of lymphoid subpopulations and their 

microenvironments in the human thymus. Janossy G, et 

al. Curr Top Pathol 1986;75:89-125 (127 ref.) 
Identification of environmental carcinogens utilizing T-cell 

mediated immunity. Stevens RH, et al. Med Hypotheses 

1986 Mar;19(3):267-85 (55 ref.) 
T-cell clones and T-cell receptors. Fitch FW. 

Microbiol Rev 1986 Mar;50(l):50-69 (257 ref.) 
T cell proliferation and ablation. A biologic spectrum of 

abnormalities induced by the human T cell lymphotropic 

virus group. Broder S. Prog Allergy 1986;37:224-43 (86 

ref.) 
[The intestinal immune system. The VIP receptor on T 

lymphocytes: a new marker of differentiation?] Fantini J, 

et al. Gastroenterol Clin Biol 1985 Dec;9(12):929-35 (50 

ref.) (Fre) 

[Cellular basis of immunity] Hoessli D. Ther Umsch 1986 

Feb;43(2):89-93 (6 ref.) (Eng. Abstr.) (Fre) 

[Protein and polypeptide growth factors T lymphocyte 

growth factor and interleukins] Suzuki R, et al. 

Nippon Rinsho 1986 Jan;44(l):42-7 (21 ref.) (Jpn) 

[Role of the nervous system in the processes of 

immunoregulation] Vainiene M, et al. 

Neurol Neurochir Pol 1985 Sep-Oct;19(5):432-7 (30 ref.) 

(Pol) 

LYMPHOKINES 

[Protein and polypeptide growth factors B lymphocyte 
growth and differentiation factor] Muraguchi A. 
Nippon Rinsho 1986 Jan;44(l):48-56 (53 ref.) (Jpn) 

LYMPHOMA 

Molecular genetics of human B cell neoplasia. Croce CM, 

et al. Adv Immunol 1986;38:245-74 (51 ref.) 
Chromosomal fragile sites and cancer-specific 

rearrangements. Le Beau MM. Blood 1986 Apr; 

67(4):849-58 (77 ref.) 
Expression of MHC class II antigens in human B-cell 

leukaemia and non-Hodgkin 's lymphoma. Guy K, et al. 

Br J Cancer 1986 Feb;53(2):161-73 (67 ref.) 
Acute leukemias, myelodysplasia, and lymphomas. Antin JH, 

et al. Qin Geriatr Med 1985 Nov;l(4):795-826 (129 ref.) 
Contributions of recent research to the classification of 

spontaneous lymphoid cell neoplasms in mice. Pattengale 

PK, et al. CRC Crit Rev Toxicol 1986;16(3):185-212 (38 

ref.) 
The role of Epstein-Barr virus in lymphomas of homosexual 



males. Ernberg I. Prog Allergy 1986;37:301-18 (46 ref.) 
Clinical applications of monoclonal antibodies for patients 

with leukemia and lymphoma. Foon KA, et al. 

Prog Clin Biol Res 1986;211:265-84 (34 ref.) 
[Neoplastic transformation of the pluripotential stem cell. I. 

Possible molecular mechanisms of neoplastic 

transformation] Rupniewska ZM. Acte Haematol Pol 1985 

Jan-Jun;16(l-2):90-101 (102 ref.) (Pol) 

[Clinical pharmacology of mitoxantrone] Robak T, et al. 

Pol Tyg Lek 1985 Dec 23-30;40(51-52):1473-5 (26 ref.) 

(Pol) 

LYMPHOPROLIFERATIVE 
DISORDERS 

Human retrovirus-associated lymphoproliferative disorders 
in homosexual men. Levine AM, et al. Prog Allergy 1986; 
37:244-58 (34 ref.) 

LYSOGENY 

[Bacteriophage typing of Klebsiella. I. Role of Klebsiella 
surface structures in bacteriophage binding] 
Przondo-Hessek A. Postepy Hig Med Dosw 1985 May-Jun; 
39(3):264-310 (185 ref.) (Eng. Abstr.) (Pol) 

LYSOSOMES 

Intracellular protein catabolism: state of the art. Mayer RJ, 
et al. FEBS Lett 1986 Mar 31;198(2):181-93 (170 ref.) 

MACROPHAGES 

[Protein and polypeptide growth factors platelet-derived 
and macrophage-derived growth factors] Kaji K, et al. 
Nippon Rinsho 1986 Jan;44(l):57-63 (36 ref.) (Jpn) 

[Alveolar rnacrophages] Firlik M. Pol Tyg Lek 1985 Dec 
2;40(48):1354-7 (45 ref.) (Pol) 

MAGNESIUM 

Magnesium content of the food supply in the modern-day 
world. Marier JR. Magnesium 1986;5(l):l-8 (48 rof.) 

Magnesium and cell cycle control: an update. Walker GM. 
Magnesium 1986;5(l):9-23 (78 ref.) 

MAJOR HISTOCOMPATIBILITY 
COMPLEX 

Immunobiology of the human major histocompatibility 

complex: association of HLA antigens with disease. Mittal 

KK. Acta Anthropogenet 1984;8(3-4):245-68 (44 ref.) 
The antigen-specific, major histocompatibility 

complex-restricted receptor on T cells. Marrack P, et al. 

Adv Immunol ]986;38:1-30 (146 ref.) 
Immune response (Ir) genes of the murine major 

histocompatibility complex. Schwartz RH. Adv Immunol 

1986;38:31-201 (470 ref.) 
The regulation of expression of major histocompatibility 

complex products. Halloran PF, et al. Transplantation 1986 

Apr;41(4):413-20 (123 ref.) 

MALABSORPTION SYNDROMES 

Short bowel syndrome in infancy: etiology and management. 
Ziegler MM. Clin Perinatol 1986 Mar;13(l):163-73 (26 ref.) 

MALARIA 

Plasmodium falciparum antigens as target molecules for a 
protective immunization against malaria: an up-to-date 
review. Heidrich HG. Z Parasitenkd 1986;72(1):1-11 (75 
ref.) 

[Immunology and molecular biology: targetting of a vaccine] 
Perrin LH, et al. Ther Umsch 1986 Feb;43(2): 148-54 (21 
ref.) (Eng. Abstr.) (Fre) 

MALIGNANT HYPERTHERMIA 

[New findings and experiences in the field of malignant 
hyperthermia] Schulte-Sasse U, et al. Anaesthesist 1986 
Jan;35(l):l-9 (105 ref.) (Eng. Abstr.) (Ger) 

MALOCCLUSION 

[Epidemiological study of the incidence of caries and 
malocclusion in the deciduous dentition of the children in 
USL 16 nursery schools (Genoa-Levante)] Ghezzi F, et 
al. Minerva Stomatol 1986 Mar;35(3): 107-12 (21 ref.) (Eng. 
Abstr.) (Ita) 



jland growth. Oka T, et 
? eb;15(l):79-97 (66 ref.) 



MAMMAE 

Paracrine regulation of mammary 
al. Clin Endocrinol Metab 1986 

MAMMALS 

Role of membrane transport in metabolism and function of 
glutathione in mammals. Banna! S, et al. J Membr Biol 
1986;89(l):l-8 (54 ref.) 



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MANDIBULAR DISEASES 

[Developmental fossula of the salivary gland on the lingual 
face of the mandible. Description of a case and a review 
of the literature] Lissia M, et al. Minerva Stomatol 1986 
Mar;35(3):175-80 (37 ref.) (Eng. Abstr.) (Ita) 

MANIPULATION, ORTHOPEDIC 

Spinal manipulative therapy in sports medicine. Haldeman 
S. Clin Sports Med 1986 Apr;5(2):277-93 (66 ref.) 

MAREK'S DISEASE 

Marek's disease a model for herpesvirus oncology. Calnek 
BW. CRC Crit Rev Microbiol 1986;12(4):293-320 (181 ref.) 

MAREK'S DISEASE VIRUS 

Mareks disease virus. Kato S, et al. Ady Virus Res 1985; 

30:225-77 (114 ref.) 
Mareks disease a model for herpesvirus oncology. Calnek 

BW. CRC Crit Rev Microbiol 1986;12(4):293-320 (181 ref.) 

MASS CHEST X-RAY 

The utility of routine chest radiographs. Tape TG, et al. 
Ann Intern Med 1986 May; 1 04(5) :663-70 (47 ref.) 

MAST CELLS 

Bronchial mucosal mast cells and their implications in the 

pathogenesis of asthma. Holgate ST, et al. 

Bull Eur Physiopathol Respir 1986;22 Suppl 7:39-47 (56 

ref.) 
Probable dedifferentiation of mast cells in mouse connective 

tissues. Kitamura Y, et al. Curr Top Dev Biol 1986; 

20:325-32 (28 ref.) 
[Protein phosphorylation and inositol phospholipid 

metabolism in activated rat mast cells] Kurosawa M. 

Nippon Yakurigaku Zasshi 1986 Jan;87(l):l-9 (99 ref.) (Eng. 

Abstr.) (Jpn) 

MASTECTOMY 

Modern surgical treatment of breast cancer. Lesnick G. 
Jpn J Surg 1985 Nov;15(6):420-6 (7 ref.) 

MEDULLA OBLONGATA 

[Gamma-aminobutyric acid and bulbar mechanisms of 
regulating hemodynamics] Gurevich MI, et al. 
Fiziol Zh 1986 Jan-Feb;32(l):107-14 (73 ref.) (Rus) 

MELANINS 

The biology of the pigmentary system and its disorders. 
Lucky PA, et al. Dermatol Clin 1985 Apr;3(2):197-216 (40 
ref.) 

MELANOCYTES 

The biology of the pigmentary system and its disorders. 
Lucky PA, et al. Dermatol Clin 1985 Apr;3(2): 197-2 16 (40 
ref.) 

MELANOMA 

Instability and stabilization in melanoma cell differentiation. 

Bennett DC. Curr Top Dev Biol 1986;20:333-44 (46 ref.) 
Immunology and immunotherapy of human malignant 

melanoma. Bystryn JC. Dermatol Clin 1985 Apr; 

3(2):327-34 (70 ref.) 
Chemotherapy of melanoma. Golomb FM. Dermatol Clin 

1985 Apr;3(2):335-40 (61 ref.) 

Primary malignant melanoma of female urethra: report of 

a case and review of the literature. Yoshida K, et al. 

Hinyokika Kiyo 1986 Jan;32(l):105-ll (16 ref.) 
Melanoma precursor lesions and borderline melanomas. 

Briggs JC. Histopathology 1985 Dec;9(12):1251-62 (35 ref.) 
Changing clinicopathological concepts of choroidal 

malignant melanoma. Weiner JM, et al. Med J Aust 1985 

Dec 9-23;143(12-13):589-92 (47 ref.) 
[Reverse transformation of neoplastic cells and 

phytoglycosides, with special reference to redifferentiation 

induction in cancer cells by ginsenosides] Odashima S. 

Nippon Rinsho 1986 Jan;44(l):245-53 (30 ref.) (Jpn) 

MELANOPHORES 

Transdifferentiation of amphibian chromatophores. Ide H. 
Curr Top Dev Biol I986;20:79-87 (15 ref.) 

MEMBRANE LIPIDS 

Structure, biosynthesis, and physicochemical properties of 
archaebacterial lipids. De Rosa M, et al. Microbiol Rev 

1986 Mar;50(l):70-80 (117 ref.) 

MEMBRANE PROTEINS 

Protein translocation across and integration into membranes. 
Rapoport TA. CRC Crit Rev Biochem 1986;20(1):73-137 
(382 ref.) 



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MEDICAL REVIEWS 

Genesis of polarity in renal tubular cells. Rodriguez-Boulan 
E. Miner Electrolyte Metab 1986;12(l):20-4 (41 ref.) 

Senescent cell antigen: a terminal differentiation antigen. Kay 
MM. Surv Synth Pathol Res 1985;4(3):227-36 (69 ref.) 

MEMBRANES 

Protein translocation across and integration into membranes. 
Rapoport TA. CRC Crit Rev Biochem 1986;20(1):73-137 
(382 ref.) 

MEMORY 

A psychopharmacological perspective of cognitive functions. 

II. Specific pharmacologic agents. Wolkowitz OM, et al. 

Neuropsychobiology 1985;14(3):133-56 (302 ref.) 
Affect and memory: a review. Blaney PH. Psychol Bull 1986 

Mar;99(2):229-46 (165 ref.) 

MENIERE'S DISEASE 

Meniere 's disease: the psychosomatic hypothesis. Wexler M, 
et al. Am J Otol 1986 Mar;7(2):93-6 (42 ref.) 

Animal models of inner ear vascular disturbances. Kimura 
RS. Am J Otolaryngol 1986 Mar-Apr;7(2): 130-9 (112 ref.) 

MENINGITIS, MENINGOCOCCAL 

The status of vaccines to meningococcal and gonococcal 
disease. Gotschlich EC. Ann Inst Pasteur Microbiol 1985 
Nov-Dec;136B(3):341-55 (114 ref.) 

MENINGOCOCCAL INFECTIONS 

Pathophysiology of primary meningococcal pericarditis 
associated with Neisseria meningitidis group C. A case 
report and review of the literature. Hardy DJ, et al. 
Diagn Microbiol Infect Dis 1986 Mar;4(3):259-65 (35 ref.) 

MENTAL DISORDERS 

The use of psychotropic drugs in the treatment of compulsive 

opiate abusers: the rationale for their use. Kleber HD. 

Adv Alcohol Subst Abuse 1985 Fall-1986 Winter; 

5(1-2):103-19 (65 ref.) 
Prescribing psychotropic agents in opiate dependency, the 

need for caution. Stimmel B. Adv Alcohol Subst Abuse 1985 

Fall-1986 Winter;5(l-2):121-33 (57 ref.) 
Health consequences of youth unemployment. Sanford MN, 

et al. Aust NZ J Psychiatry 1985 Dec;19(4):427-32 (42 ref.) 
A review of the psychological aspects of space flight. 

Christensen JM, et al. Aviat Space Environ Med 1986 Mar; 

57(3):203-12 (90 ref.) 
Psychopathology and violence: a review of literature. 

Krakowski M, et al. Compr Psychiatry 1986 Mar-Apr; 

27(2): 13 1-48 (75 ref.) 
Pubertal development as a cause of disturbance: myths, 

realities, and unanswered questions. Petersen AC. 

Genet Soc Gen Psychol Monogr 1985 May;lll(2):205-32 

(99 ref.) 
Pharmacologic modification of serotonergic function: drugs 

for the study and treatment of psychiatric and other 

disorders. Fuller RW. J Clin Psychiatry 1986 Apr;47 

Suppl:4-8 (72 ref.) 
Brief psychotherapy methods in clinical research. Koss MP, 

et al. J Consult Clin Psychol 1986 Feb;54(l):60-7 (83 ref.) 
The neuropsychiatric manifestations of systemic lupus 

erythematosus: an overview. Adelman DC, et al. 

Semin Arthritis Rheum 1986 Feb; 15(3): 185-99 (120 ref.) 

MENTAL HEALTH SERVICES 

[Medico-social relationships of the psychiatrist a method 
and working instrument in psychiatric care] Chirita V. 
Rev Med Chir Soc Med Nat lasi 1985 Jul-Sep;89(3):479-83 
(23 ref.) (Eng. Abstr.) (Rum) 

MENTAL RETARDATION 

Absent and abortive palmar triradii: a review of literature 
on their association with chromosomal aberrations. Sandhu 
BS, et al. Acta Anthropogenet 1984;8(3-4):277-96 (142 ref.) 

A review of treatment research for aggressive and disruptive 
behavior in the mentally retarded. Matson JL, et al. 
Appl Res Ment Retard 1986;7(1):95-103 (13 ref.) 

METABOLIC DISEASES 

[Value of dietary fiber in nutritional and gastroenterologic 
therapy] Monnier L. Ann Med Interne (Paris) 1985; 
136(8):677-81 (22 ref.) (Fre) 

METABOLISM 

Enteral nutritional support. Metabolic, cardiovascular, and 
pulmonary interrelations. Heymsfield SB, et al. 
Clin Chest Med 1986 Mar;7(l):41-67 (60 ref.) 

[Nervous regulation of the metabolism] Niijima A. 
Nippon Seirigaku Zasshi 1985;47(12):735-45 (62 ref.) 

(Jpn) 



METAL METABOLISM, 
ERRORS 

Genetic diseases of copper metaboli 
Clin Physiol Biochem 1986;4(1):87- 

METHACHOLINE CO3V 

In-vivo and in-vitro responsivenes: 
muscle. Snashall PD. Bull Eur Ph 

22 Suppl 7:212-25 (26 ref.) 

METHADONE 

High-dose morphine and methado 
Clinical pharmacokinetic considera 
S'awe J. Clin Pharmacokinet 1986 
(97 ref.) 

METHOTREXATE 

Methotrexate resistance and gene am 

and implications. Schirnke RT. ' 

57(10):1912-7 (52 ref.) 
Drug interactions with methotrexate 

J Rheumatol 1985 Dec; 12 Suppl 1 
Clinical pharmacology of very low 

use in rheumatoid arthritis. Furst '. 

Dec;12 Suppl 12:11-4 (21 ref.) 
Longterm methotrexate therapy in 

review. Kremer JM. J Rheumat 

12:25-8 (13 ref.) 
Toxicity of low dose methotrexate 

Weinblatt ME. J Rheumatol 1985 

(48 ref.) 
Short term efficacy of methotrexal 

rheumatoid arthritis. Willkens RF. 

12 Suppl 12:21-4 (13 ref.) 

METHYLNITROSOURE 

Development of nitrosourea-inducei 
a special note on changes occurring 
PL. Food Chem Toxicol 1986 Feb 

METOCLOPRAMIDE 

Metoclopramide a review. Desmor 
Med J Aust 1986 Mar 31;144(7):3 

MICROBODIES 

Perpxisomal disorders: a newly reco 
diseases. Schutgens RB, et al. Eu 
144(5):430-40 (120 ref.) 

MICROCIRCULATION 

Microvascular haemodynamics in d 
JE. Clin Sci 1986 Feb;70(2):l 19-2 

Laboratory design in preparing for 
surgery. Seaber AV. Hand Clin 19 
ref.) 

MICROSOMES, LIVER 

Metabolic activation of procarcii 
enzyme fractions in the C3H 101 
cell transformation systems. Schec 
IARC Sci Publ 1985;67:137-62 (6: 

MICROSPHERES 

Albumin microspheres as drug carri 
Crit Rev Ther Drug Carrier Syst 1! 

MICROSURGERY 

The role of microsurgery in the reco 

deformities of the hand. Lister G, 

Aug;l(3):431-42 (61 ref.) 
Laboratory design in preparing for 

surgery. Seaber AV. Hand Clin IS 

ref.) 

MILK 

[Milk allergy in prurigo and urticai 
Przegl Dermatol 1985 Nov-Dec;7 

[Microelements in human and cow 
Pediatriia 1986 Feb;(2):68-72 (37 

[Hormones in the milk] Germaniuk 
Jan-Feb;(l):4-9 (40 ref.) 

MILK, HUMAN 

Effects of maternal dietary int 

composition. Lonnerdal B. J Nutr 

(113 ref.) 
[Microelements in human and cow 

Pediatriia 1986 Feb;(2):68-72 (37 
[Hormones in the milk] Germaniuk 

Jan-Feb;(l):4-9 (40 ref.) 



JUL 1986 

MILK PROTEINS 

[Milk allergy in prurigo and urticaria] Rudzki E, et al. 
Przegl Dermatol 1985 Nov-Dec;72(6):558-62 (16 ref.) 

(Pol) 

MITOCHONDRIA 

Maternally transmitted antigen. Rodgers JR, et al. 

Adv Immunol 1986;38:313-59 (287 ref.) 
Why mitochondria need a genome, von Heijne G. 

FEBS Lett 1986 Mar 17;198(l):l-4 (21 ref.) 
The PBC-specific antigen. Baum H, et al. 

Mol Aspects Med 1985;8(3):201-34 (57 ref.) 

MITOCHONDRIA, LIVER 

Clinical and prognostic relevance of different mitochondrial 
antibody profiles in primary biliary cirrhosis (PBC). Berg 
PA, et al. Mol Aspects Med 1985;8(3):235-47 (22 ref.) 

MITOGENIC FACTORS, 
LYMPHOCYTE 

Comparative evaluation of multiple lymphoid and 
recornbinant human interleukin-2 preparations. Thurman 
GB, et al. J Biol Response Mod 1986 Feb;5(l):85-107 (58 
ref.) 

[Protein and polypeptide growth factors T lymphocyte 
growth factor and interleukins] Suzuki R, et al. 
Nippon Rinsho 1986 Jan;44(l):42-7 (21 ref.) (Jpn) 

MITOGUAZONE 

Aspects of the biochemical pharmacology of methyl glyoxal 
bis(guanylhydrazone). Williams-Ashman HG, et al. 
Biochem Pharmacol 1986 Apr 15;35(8):1217-25 (100 ref.) 

MITRAL VALVE PROLAPSE 

Neurologic disorders associated with mitral valve prolapse. 
Jackson AC. Can J Neurol Sci 1986 Feb;13(l):15-20 (91 
ref.) 

MMPI 

MMPI and headache: a special focus on differential diagnosis, 
prediction of treatment outcome, and patient-treatment 
matching. Williams DE, et al. Pain 1986 Feb;24(2):143-58 
(19 ref.) 

MODELS, BIOLOGICAL 

Diffusion with chemical reaction in biological systems. 

Stroeve P. Adv Exp Med Biol 1985;191:45-61 (62 ref.) 
Modelling myoelectric interference patterns during 

movement. Sherif MH, et al. Med Biol Eng Comput 1986 

Jan;24(l):2-9 (85 ref.) 
Pre-menstrual syndrome are gonadotropins the cause of the 

condition? Coulson CJ. Med Hypotheses 1986 Mar; 

19(3):243-55 (83 ref.) 
Protein-mediated elevations in renal hemodynamics: 

existence of a hepato-renal axis? Premen AJ. 

Med Hypotheses 1986 Mar;19(3):295-309 (66 ref.) 
Are the vascular complications of diabetes mellitus preceded 

by an altered thromboxane/prostacyclin plasmatic ratio? 

Tomasi V, et al. Med Hypotheses 1986 Mar;19(3):229-41 

(46 ref.) 



MEDICAL 



MODELS, CHEMICAL 

Temperature-jump and voltage-jump experiments at planar 
lipid membranes support an aggregational (micellar) model 
of the gramicidin A ion channel. Stark G, et al. 
J Membr Biol 1986;89(l):23-37 (55 ref.) 

MODELS, GENETIC 

[The role of natural selection in evolution] Sukhodolets VV. 
Genetika 1986 Feb;22(2):181-93 (41 ref.) (Eng. Abstr.) 

(Rus) 

MODELS, NEUROLOGICAL 

Linear function neurons: structure and training. Hampson 
SE, et al. Biol Cybern 1986;53(4):203-17 (81 ref.) 

Brain damage and neuroplasticity: mechanisms of recovery 
or development? Finger S, et al. Brain Res 1985 Dec; 
357(3):177-86 (63 ref.) 

MODELS, PSYCHOLOGICAL 

A model for clinical-quantitative classification. Generation 
I: Application to language-disordered preschool children. 
Wilson BC, et al. Brain Lang 1986 Mar;27(2):281-309 (39 
ref.) 

MONITORING, PHYSIOLOGIC 

Neuromonitoring during inter ventional neuroradiology. 

Hacke W. Cent Nerv Syst Trauma 1985 Summer; 

2(2): 123-36 (20 ref.) 
[Pharmacotherapy monitored by drug levels in the body] 

Orzechcwska-Juzwenko K. Pol Tyg Lek 1985 Dec 23-30; 



40(5 1-52): 1425-9 (13 ref.) (Pol) 

MONOAMINE OXIDASE INHIBITORS 

The importance of dosage in prescribing antidepressants. 
Quitkin FM. Br J Psychiatry 1985 Dec;147:593-7 (45 ref.) 

MONOCYTES 

Phagocytosis of particulate activators of the alternative 
complement pathway: effects of fibronectin. Czop JK. 
AdT Immunol 1986;38:361-98 (181 ref.) 

MONOSACCHARIDE TRANSPORT 
PROTEINS 

Proximal tubular cells in primary culture. Fine LG, et al. 
Miner Electrolyte Metab 1986;12(l):51-7 (40 ref.) 

MORPHINE 

High-dose morphine and methadone in cancer patients. 
Clinical pharmacokinetic considerations of oral treatment. 
Sawe J. Clin Pharmacokinet 1986 Mar-Apr; 11(2):87- 106 
(97 ref.) 

MORPHOGENESIS 

Transitory differentiation of matrix cells and its functional 
role in the morphogenesis of the developing vertebrate 
CNS. Fujita S. Curr Top Dev Biol 1986;20:223-42 (49 ref.) 

MORTALITY 

A review of methodological issues of the standardized 
mortality ratio (SMR) in occupational cohort studies. Tsai 
SP, et al. Int J Epidemiol 1986 Mar;15(l):8-21 (58 ref.) 

The contribution of smoking to sex differences in mortality. 
Waldron I. Public Health Rep 1986 Mar-Apr;101(2):163-73 
(48 ref.) 

MOSAICISM 

Trisomy 14 mosaicism in a liveborn male: clinical report and 
review of the literature. Kaplan LC, et al. 
Am J Med Genet 1986 Apr;23(4):925-30 (17 ref.) 

MOTOR ACTIVITY 

Motor control. Shea JB, et al. Clin Sports Med 1984 Jan; 
3(l):171-83 (81 ref.) 

MOTOR CORTEX 

Clinical aspects of premotor function. Freund HJ. 

Behav Brain Res 1985 Nov-Dec; 18(2): 187-91 (23 ref.) 
The primate premotor cortex fifty years after Fulton. Wise 

SP. Behav Brain Res 1985 Nov-Dec; 18(2):79-8 8 (72 ref.) 
Recent developments in studies of the supplementary motor 

area of primates. Wiesendanger M. 

Rev Physiol Biochem Pharmacol 1986; 103:1-59 (182 ref.) 

MOTOR NEURONS 

Long-lasting excitability changes of soleus 
alpha-motoneuron induced by midpontine stimulation in 
decerebrate, standing cat. Sakamoto T, et al. 
J Neurophysiol 1986 Mar;55(3):449-68 (59 ref.) 

Partitioning of monosynaptic la excitatory postsynaptic 
potentials in the motor nucleus of the cat lateral 
gastrocnemius muscle. Vanden Noven S, et al. 
J Neurophysiol 1986 Mar;55(3):569-86 (70 ref.) 

MOTOR SKILLS 

Clinical aspects of premotor function. Freund HJ. 

Behav Brain Res 1985 Nov-Dec; 18(2): 187-91 (23 ref.) 
Motor control. Shea JB, et al. Clin Sports Med 1984 Jan; 

3(l):171-83 (81 ref.) 

MOUTH DISEASES 

[Oral lichen ruber planus in dental practice. A critical review 
of the literature and notes on clinical diagnosis and therapy] 
Goia F, et al. Minerva Stomatol 1986 Mar;35(3):113-9 (40 
ref.) (Eng. Abstr.) (Ita) 

MOUTH MUCOSA 

[Papilloma viruses: group-specific antigens within lesions of 
the oral mucosa] Gogusev J, et al. 
Rev Stomatol Chir Maxillofac 1986;87(1): 14-24 (60 ref.) 
(Eng. Abstr.) (Fre) 

MOVEMENT 

Modelling myoelectric interference patterns during 
movement. Sherif MH, et al. Med Biol Eng Comput 1986 
Jan;24(l):2-9 (85 ref.) 

MOVEMENT DISORDERS 

Senile gait. A distinct neurologic entity. Roller WC, et al, 
Clin Geriatr Med 1985 Aug;l(3):661-9 (44 ref.) 



MUSCULAR DISEASES 

MUCOCUTANEOUS LYMPH NODE 
SYNDROME 

Kawasaki disease a continuing puzzle. Neches WH. 

Int J Cardiol 1986 Apr;ll(l):l-7 (22 ref.) 
[Kawasaki's disease a new infectious disease?] Keren G. 

Harefuah 1986 Jan l;110(l):39-44 (43 ref.) (Heb) 

MULLERIAN DUCTS 

Mullerian inhibiting substance: a fetal hormone with surgical 
implications. Hutson JM, et al. Aust NZ J Surg 1985 Dec; 
55(6):599-605 (48 ref.) 

MULTIPLE MYELOMA 

Multiple myeloma in the elderly. Cohen HJ. 
Clin Geriatr Med 1985 Nov;l(4):827-55 (97 ref.) 

MULTIPLE SCLEROSIS 

Multiple sclerosis: neuroimmunologic puzzle. Barna BP. 

Clin Lab Med 1986 Mar;6(l):103-16 (82 ref.) 
Multiple sclerosis: Indian experience in the last thirty years. 

Jain S, et al. Neuroepidemiology 1985;4(2):96-107 (30 ref.) 
[Chronoelectroencephalography in the diagnosis of 

neurologic diseases] Marks E, et al. 

Neurol Neurochir Pol 1985 Sep-Oct;19(5):427-31 (5 ref.) 

(Pol) 

MUSCLE CONTRACTION 

Filament structure in contracted smooth muscle. Nonomura 
Y. Nippon Heikatsukin Gakkai Zasshi 1985 Jul;21 SuppI:3-7 
(5 ref.) 

MUSCLE, SMOOTH 

In-vivo and in-vitro responsiveness of bronchial smooth 

muscle. Snashall PD. Bull Eur Physiopathol Respir 1986; 

22 Suppl 7:212-25 (26 ref.) 
Filament structure in contracted smooth muscle. Nonomura 

Y. Nippon Heikatsukin Gakkai Zasshi 1985 Jul;21 Suppl:3-7 

(5 ref.) 

MUSCLE, SMOOTH, VASCULAR 

Ca2+ compartments in saponin-skinned cultured vascular 
smooth muscle cells. Yamamoto H, et al. 
J Gen Physiol 1986 Mar;87(3):369-89 (41 ref.) 

MUSCLES 

Skeletal und cardiac muscle oxygenation. Lund N. 

Adv Exp Med Biol 1985;191:37-43 (38 ref.) 
Alanine and inter-organ relationships in branched-chain 

amino and 2-oxo acid metabolism. Review. Palmer TN, 

et al. Biosci Rep 1985 Dec;5(12): 1015-33 (85 ref.) 
Effects of refeeding on respiration and skeletal muscle 

function. Eraser IM. CUn Chest Med 1986 Mar;7(l):131-9 

(54 ref.) 
Adaptation of respiratory muscles to acute and chronic stress. 

Considerations on energy and fuels. Haddad GG, et al. 

Clin Chest Med 1986 Mar;7(l):79-89 (121 ref.) 
The effects of undernutrition on the respiratory muscles. 

Kelsen SG. Clin Chest Med 1986 Mar;7(l):101-10 (79 ref.) 
Malnutrition and the respiratory muscles. Rochester OF. 

Clin Chest Med 1986 Mar;7(l):91-9 (63 ref.) 
The treatment of soft tissue after spinal injury. Sawyer M, 

et al. Clin Sports Med 1986 Apr;5(2):387-405 (57 ref.) 
Transdifferentiation of skeletal muscle into cartilage: 

transformation or differentiation? Nathanson MA. 

Curr Top Dev Biol 1986;20:39-62 (66 ref.) 
Differential effects of low-frequency depression, 

vibration-induced inhibition, and posttetanic potentiation 

on H-reflexes and tendon jerks in the human soleus muscle. 

Van Boxtel A. J Neurophysiol 1986 Mar;55(3):551-68 (57 

ref.) 
Partitioning of monosynaptic la excitatory postsynaptic 

potentials in the motor nucleus of the cat lateral 

gastrocnemius muscle. Vanden Noven S, et al. 

J Neurophysiol 1986 Mar;55(3):569-86 (70 ref.) 

MUSCULAR ATROPHY 

Skeletal muscle atrophy during immobilization. Appeli HJ. 
Int J Sports Med 1986 Feb;7(l):l-5 (64 ref.) 

[Separation and establishment of a disease entity proposal 
of a disease entity 'juvenile type of distal and segmental 
muscular atrophy of upper extremities'] Sobue I. 
Nippon Naika Gakkai Zasshi 1985 Nov;74(ll):1491-501 (12 
ref.) (Jpn) 

MUSCULAR DISEASES 

Nuclear changes in muscle disorders. Tome FM, et al. 

Methods Achiev Exp Pathol 1986;12:261-96 (110 ref.) 
Clofibrate myopathy: a case report and a review of the 

literature. Rush P, et al. Semin Arthritis Rheum 1986 Feb; 

15(3):226-9 (37 ref.) 



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MUTATION 
MUTATION 

Health effects of low level radiation: carcinogenesis, 
teratogenesis, and mutagenesis. Ritenour ER. 
Semin Nucl Med 1986 Apr; 16(2): 106- 17 (74 ref.) 

MYASTHENIA GRAVIS 

The thymus in myasthenia gravis. Wekerle H, et al. 

Curr Top Pathol 1986;75: 179-206 (116 ref.) 
Autoimmunity to cell membrane receptors. De Baets MH, 

et al. Sur? Synth Pathol Res 1985;4(3):185-215 (185 ref.) 

MYCOSES 

Conidiogenesis of fungi pathogenic for man. Campbell CK. 
CRC Crit Rev Microbiol 1986;12(4):321-41 (102 ref.) 

MYELIN SHEATH 

Molecular and anatomical correlates of spinal cord injury. 
Banik NL, et al. Cent Nerv Syst Trauma 1985 Summer; 
2(2):99-107 (52 ref.) 



MEDICAL REVIEWS 



clinical and laboratory features and surviva m 

with a review of the literature Hochbenr MC, , et al 

Semin Arthritis Rheum 1986 Feb;15(3)!l68-78 (59 ret.) 



NAPHTHALENES 



Mothball toxicity. Siegel E, et al. Pediatr Clin North Am 

1986 Apr;33(2):369-74 (34 ref.) 

NARCOTIC DEPENDENCE 

The use of psychotropic drugs in the treatment of compulsive 

opiate abusers: the rationale for their use Richer HD. 

Adv Alcohol Subst Abuse 1985 Fall-1986 Winter; 

5(1-2): 103-19 (65 ref.) . _, t . 

Prescribing psychotropic agents in !>"* depo^ency: tte 

need for caution. Stimrnel B. Adv Alcohol Subst Abuse 1985 

Fall-1986 Winter;5(l-2):121-33 (57 ref.) 
[Biological bases of drug dependence. I. ^. c h\ d Pf ^ 

Bobon D. Rer Med Liege 1986 Feb 15;41(4):127-35 (53 

ref.) (Fre) 



MYELODYSPLASTIC SYNDROMES NARCOTICS 



Chromosome abnormalities in secondary myelodysplastic 

syndromes. Bloomfield CD. Scand J Haematol [Suppl] 

1986;45:82-90 (13 ref.) 
Cytogenetics of the myelodysplastic syndromes. Borgstrom 

GH. Scand J Haematol [Suppl] 1986;45:74-7 (20 ref.) 
The myelodysplastic syndromes. Part I. What are they? Part 

II. Classification. Galton DA. Scand J Haematol [Suppl] 

1986;45:11-20 (32 ref.) 
Sideroblasts in myelodysplasia: their nature and clinical 

significance. Hast R. Scand J Haematol [Suppl] 1986; 

45:53-5 (18 ref.) 
Ferrokinetic abnormalities and red cell life span in 

myelodysplastic syndromes: a review. Lintula R. 

Scand J Haematol [Suppl] 1986;45:48-52 (16 ref.) 
Red cell enzymes in myelodysplastic syndromes: a review. 

Lintula R. Scand J Haematol [Suppl] 1986;45:56-9 (22 ref.) 
Platelet function in the myelodysplastic syndromes. Rasi V, 

et al. Scand J Haematol [Suppl] 1986;45:71-3 (11 ref.) 
Granulocyte function in myelodysplastic syndromes. Ruutu 

P. Scand J Haematol [Suppl] 1986;45:66-70 (22 ref.) 
Prognostic factors in the myelodysplastic syndromes: a 

review. Tricot G, et al. Scand J Haematol [Suppl] 1986; 

45:107-13 (32 ref.) 
Treatment of patients with myelodysplastic syndromes: a 

review. Tricot G, et al. Scand J Haematol [Suppl] 1986; 

45:121-7 (40 ref.) 
Preleukaemic states in children. Wegelius R. 

Scand J Haematol [Suppl] 1986;45: 133-9 (53 ref.) 
[Myelodysplastic syndromes] Sainty D, et al. 

Ann Blol Clia (Paris) 1985;43(6):821-30 (135 ref.) (Fre) 

MYELOPROLIFERATIVE 
DISORDERS 

Acute leukemias, myelodysplasia, and lymphomas. Antin JH, 
et al. Clin Geriatr Med 1985 Nov;l(4):795-826 (129 ref.) 

MYOCARDIAL CONTRACTION 

Diastolic function of the hypertrophied left ventricle in 
primary hypertension. Wikstrand J. Clin Physiol 1986 Apr; 
6(2): 11 5-27 (30 ref.) 

MYOCARDIAL INFARCTION 

Successful repair of post-infarction heart rupture. Case report 

and review of the literature. Pugliese P, et al. 

J Cardiovasc Surg (Torino) 1986 May-Jun;27(3):332-6 (30 

ref.) 
[Early load tests after myocardial infarct] Gorbachenkov AA, 

et al. Ter Arkh 1986;58(l):120-5 (77 ref.) (Rus) 

(The development of ischemic damage to the myocardium 

and a review of methods which decrease it] Slezak J. 

Bratisl Lek Listy 1986 Mar;85(3):345-62 (161 ref.) (Slo) 

MYOCARDIUM 

Skeletal and cardiac muscle oxygenation. Lund N. 

Adv Exp Med Biol 1985; 191:37-43 (38 ref.) 
Myocardial oxygen pressure: mirror of oxygen supply. 

Schuchhardt S. Adv Exp Med Biol 1985; 191:21-35 (26 ref.) 

MYOFASCIAL PAIN SYNDROMES 

The treatment of soft tissue after spinal injury. Sawyer M, 
et al. Clin Sports Med 1986 Apr;5(2):387-405 (57 ref.) 

MYOGLOBIN 

r between myoglobin 
2] Postnikova GB. 
'5 (53 ref.) (Eng. Abstr.) 
(Rus) 



. Goel KM, et al. 



Neuropeptides and central nervous system injury. Clinical 

implications. Faden AL Arch Neurol 1986 May;43(5):501-4 

(81 ref.) 
Substance abuse: clinical identification and management. 

Kulberg A. Pediatr Clin North Am 1986 Apr;33(2):325-61 

(118 ref.) 

NEGROID RACE 

Inherited disorders in the black population of southern 
Africa. Part II. Gene disorders. Heighten P, et al. 
S Afr Med J 1986 Mar l;69(5):293-6 (39 ref.) 

NEISSERIA MENINGITIDIS 

Pathophysiology of primary meningococcal pericarditis 
associated with Neisseria meningitidis group C. A case 
report and review of the literature. Hardy DJ, et al. 
Diagn Microbiol Infect Dis 1986 Mar;4(3):259-65 (35 ref.) 

NEISSERIACEAE 

Branhamella catarrhalis an emerging human pathogen. 
Doern GV. Diagn Microbiol Infect Dls 1986 Mar; 
4(3):191-201 (68 ref.) 

NEOPLASM PROTEINS 

[Tumor-derived growth factors transforming growth 
factor] Umeda M. Nippon Rinsho 1986 Jan;44(l): 163-8 (22 
ref.) (Jpn) 

NEOPLASM STAGING 

A new international staging system for lung cancer. Mountain 
CF. Chest 1986 Apr;89(4 Suppl):225S-233S (23 ref.) 

NEOPLASMS 

Cancer detection by nuclear magnetic resonance 

zeugmatographic imaging. Lauterbur PC. Cancer 1986 May 

15;57(10):1899-904 (71 ref.) 
Chromosome 1 aberrations in cancer. Atkin NB. 

Cancer Genet Cytogenet 1986 Apr 15;21(4):279-85 (84 ref.) 
Growth factors in cancer and their relationship to oncogenes. 

Salomon DS, et al. Cancer Invest 1986;4(1):43-60 (209 ref.) 
Pentamethylmelamine: review of an aqueous analog of 

hexamethylmelamine. Foster BJ, et al. 

Cancer Treat Rep 1986 Mar;70(3):383-9 (37 ref.) 
Pathogenesis of hypercalcaemia of malignancy. Mundy GR. 

Clin Endocrinol (Oxf) 1985 Dec;23(6):705-14 (47 ref.) 
Human oncogene-related proteins in urine during pregnancy 

and neoplasia. Niman HL. Clin Lab Med 1986 Mar 

6(l):181-96 (103 ref.) 
Oncogenes and human neoplasia. Pilot HC. 

Clin Lab Med 1986 Mar;6(l)-.167-79 (58 ref.) 
High-dose morphine and methadone in cancer patients. 

Clinical pharmacokinetic considerations of oral treatment 

Sawe J. Clin Pharmacokinet 1986 Mar-Apr; 11(2):87-106 

Trace metals and neoplasia. Sky-Peck HH 
Clin Physiol Biochem 1986;4(1):99-111 (63 ref.) 

Iron, infection, and neoplasia. Weinberg ED 
Clin Physiol Biochem 1986;4(1):50-60 (48 ref.) 

The implications of embryonic gene expression in neoplasia. 

Rev Onco1 Heraat01 198 



Kinetics and free-radical mechanisms of 

rtSft^Si E anUel NM< URC Sci 
(ja):i/-5(j (48 ret.) 

Ageing, DNA repair of radiation damage and carcinogenesis- 



geing and 
"M 1985; 



Selenium and vitamins A, E, and C: nutrients with cancer 
prevention properties. Watson RR, et al 
J Am Diet Assoc 1986 Apr;86(4):505-10 (41 ref) 

The occurrence of malignant tumors in imrnunosuppressed 



J 



states. Penn I. Prog Allergy 1986;37:259-30( 
Ectopic hormones. Hewlett TA, et al. 

Spec Top Endocrinol Metab 1985;7:l-44 (Ifii 
[Tumor-derived growth factors tumor angle 

Mitsui Y, et al. Nippon Rinsho 1986 Jan;44( 

ref.) 
[Tumor-derived growth factors] Nagao Y N 

1986 Jan;44(l): 180-5 (48 ref.) 
[Problems of work hygiene and toxicology in thi 

manufacture of plastics of an epoxy resin ba 

the literature)] lavorovskil AP. Gig Tr Pro 

Jan;(l):35-9 (42 ref.) 
[Heavy charged particles and neutrons in oncok 

of the foreign research)] Stanzhevskaia TI 

Med Radio! (Mosk) 1986 Mar;3 1(3):63-72 (2 
[Carcinogenic effect of ionizing radiation in com 

chemical and other physical agents] Vasilenl 

Vopr Onkol 1986;32(2):3-14 (61 ref.) 

NEOPLASMS, EMBRYONA1 
MIXED 

Cancer of the testis: a new paradigm. Einhon 
Hosp Pract [Off] 1986 Apr 15;2 1(4): 165-72, '. 

[Germinal tumors of the testis] Droz JP. J Urol 
91(8):499-508 (79 ref.) (Eng. Abstr.) 

NEOPLASMS, EXPERIMENTS 

Relationship between in-vitro cell transfoi 
in-vivo earcinogaiesis based on available 
effects of chemicals. Kuroki T, et al. IARC S 
67:93-118 (62 ref.) 

The biological modification of tumor cells at 
inducing their regression: an overview, Kob 
J Biol Response Mod l'W> Feh;5(l):l~ll (61 

[Carcinogenic effect of ioni/ing radiation in com 
chemical and oilier physical ugcnts] Vasilenl 
Vopr Onkol W<>;32(2):.r 14 (hi ref.) 

NEOPLASMS, RADIATION-ft 

Health effects of low level radiation: ei 
tcratogcncsis, and imitagcnesis. Ritenour ER 
Semin Nucl Med l'W> Apr;Ui(2):IOh 17 (74 

[Carcinogenic cflri-t ofiom/ing radiation incom 
chemical anil oilier physical jitfent.s] Vasilcnt 
Vopr Onkol W<;J2(2):. 14 ((>! ref.) 

NEPHRONS 

Metabolic fuels ulotif. the ncphron: pathways one 
mechunisiii.s of mtrnu-tioii. inuler WG, et & 
Kidney Int 1 1 >K<> .lan;."'(l) 41 5 (.<? ref.) 

Distribution mill I'um'tiun u!' i-lusscs of ATPu 
nepliron. Kat/ Al Kidney Int 1'IHd Jun;2<)(l):2 

Metabolic adaptations of the iicphmn in renal c 
S, et nl. Kidney Int I'W. Jan;2'(l ):>' (12: 

NERVE DEGENERATION 

Cytoskclctal protein abnormalities in neurc 
diseases. Goldman ./!'., et al Ann Neural 
iy(3):2()<> 2) (170 ref) 

NERVE FIBERS 

[Fiber connections of the thalliums] Niimt K. 
KalboKaku ZauM I'JHIS .Jun;MK3):15J-64 (7; 
Abstr.) 

NERVE GROWTH FACTORS 

[1'rotein anil pulypeptitle growth factors--n 
factor] Furukuwu S, et al. Nippon Rlnsh 
44(1): 16-23 (24 ref.) 

NERVE REGENERATION 

Brain damage and ncuroplasticily: mechanism! 
or development? Finger S, et al. Brain Re 
357(3): 177-86 (63 ref.) 

NERVE TISSUE PROTEINS 

Immunohistochernical analysis of the lot 
neuropeptides in the adrenal gland. Kondo 
Arch Hlstol Jpn 1985 Dec;48(5):453~8l (11C 

Phylogenetical aspects on islet hormone 
minireview with particular reference to insuti 
factor and to the phylogeny of PYY 
immunoreactive cells and nerves in the ei 
exocrine pancreas. Falkmer S, et al. Pcptldcs 
3:315-20 (27 ref,) 

Peptide neuroregulatora: the opioid system 
Barchas JD, et al. Yale J Biol Med 19S 
58(6):579-96 (159 ref.) 

NERVOUS SYSTEM 

Neuronal growth and shape. Prochiaatst A. 3 

1985;7(4): 189-98 (64 ref.) 
A review of the theories of vertebrate newruk 



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relationship to the mechanics of neural tube birth defects. 
Gordon R. J Embryol Exp Morphol 1985 Nov;89 
Suppl:229-55 (188 ref.) 

Peptide neuroregulators: the opioid system as a model. 
Barchas JD, et al. Yale J Biol Med 1985 Nov-Dec; 
58(6):579-96 (159 ref.) 

NERVOUS SYSTEM DISEASES 

Immunpglobulin producing cells in nervous system diseases. 

Henriksson A. Acta Neurol Scand [Suppl] 1986:104:1-109 

(121 ref.) 
Cytoskeletal protein abnormalities in neurodegenerative 

diseases. Goldman JE, et al. Ann Neurol 1986 Mar; 

19(3):209-23 (170 ref.) 
Neurologic disorders associated with mitral valve prolapse. 

Jackson AC. Can J Neurol Sci 1986 Feb;13(l):15-20 (91 

ref.) 
The neuropsychiatric manifestations of systemic lupus 

erythematosus: an overview. Adelman DC, et al. 

Semin Arthritis Rheum 1986 Feb; 15(3): 185-99 (120 ref.) 

NEURAL CREST 

Neural crest and thymic myoid cells. Nakamura H, et al. 

Curr Top Dev Biol 1986;20:lll-5 (18 ref.) 
Phenotypic diversification in neural crest-derived cells: the 

time and stability of commitment during early 

development. Weston JA. Curr Top Dev Biol 1986; 

20:195-210 (57 ref.) 
Development of neuronal properties in neural crest cells 

cultured in vitro. Ziller C. Curr Top Dev Biol 1986; 

20:177-93 (66 ref.) 

NEURAL TRANSMISSION 

Channel-blocking mechanism ensures specific blockade of 
synaptic transmission. Skok VI. Neuroscience 1986; 
17(1): 1-9 (60 ref.) 

NEURAL TUBE DEFECTS 

A review of the theories of vertebrate neurulation and their 
relationship to the mechanics of neural tube birth defects. 
Gordon R. J Embryol Exp Morphol 1985 Nov;89 
Suppl:229-55 (188 ref.) 

NEURALGIA 

A hypothesis on the physiological basis for causalgia and 
related pains. Roberts WJ. Pain 1986 Mar;24(3):297-311 
(81 ref.) 

NEUROFIBRILS 

Subunit structure of the Alzheimer tangle. Wischik CM, et 
al. Br Med Bull 1986 Jan;42(l):51-6 (55 ref.) 

NEUROGLIA 

Conversion of retina glia cells into lenslike phenotype 
following disruption of normal cell contacts. Moscona AA. 
Curr Top Dev Biol 1986;20:1-19 (47 ref.) 

On neuronal and glial differentiation of a pluripotent stem 
cell line, RT4-AC: a branch determination. Sueoka N, et 
al. Curr Top Dev Biol 1986;20:211-21 (25 ref.) 

NEUROLEPTIC MALIGNANT 
SYNDROME 

Neuroleptic malignant syndrome. Abbott RJ, et al. 
Br J Psychiatry 1986 Jan;148:47-51 (47 ref.) 

NEURONAL PLASTICITY 

Brain damage and neuroplasticity: mechanisms of recovery 
or development? Finger S, et al. Brain Res 1985 Dec; 
357(3): 177-86 (63 ref.) 

NEURONS 

Linear function neurons: structure and training. Hampson 

SE, et al. Biol Cybern 1986;53(4):203-17 (81 ref.) 
Biochemical studies of nerve cells and energy metabolism 

in Alzheimer's disease. Bowen DM, et al. Br Med Bull 

1986 Jan;42(l):75-80 (60 ref.) 
Transdifferentiation of endocrine chromaffm cells into 

neuronal cells. Ogawa M, et al. Curr Top Dev Biol 1986; 

20:99-110 (18 ref.) 
On neuronal and glial differentiation of a pluripotent stem 

cell line, RT4-AC: a branch determination. Sueoka N, et 

al. Curr Top Dev Biol 1986;20:211-21 (25 ref.) 
Development of neuronal properties in neural crest cells 

cultured in vitro. Ziller C. Curr Top Dev Biol 1986; 

20:177-93 (66 ref.) 
Neuronal growth and shape. Prochiantz A. Dev Neurosci 

1985;7(4):189-98 (64 ref.) 
Speculations on receptor cells as analyzers and filters. 

Gesteland RC. Experientia 1986 Mar 15;42(3):287-91 (48 

ref.) 
Possible relationship of the locus coeruleus hippocampal 

noradrenergic neurons to depression and mode of action 

of antidepressant drugs. Kostowski W. 



Pol J Pharmacol Pharm 1985 Nov-Dec;37(6):727-43 (57 
ref.) 

NEURORADIOGRAPHY 

Neuromonitoring during interventional neuroradiology. 
Hacke W. Cent Nerv Syst Trauma 1985 Summer; 
2(2): 123-36 (20 ref.) 

NEUROREGULATORS 

Neurotransmitters of the cochlea and cochlear nucleus: 

immunocytochemical evidence. Altschuler RA, et al. 

Am J Otolaryngol 1986 Mar-Apr;7(2): 100-6 (59 ref.) 
Non-cholinergic neurotransmitter abnormalities in 

Alzheimer's disease. Rossor M, et al. Br Med Bull 1986 

Jan;42(l):70-4 (68 ref.) 
Neurotransmitter phenotypic plasticity in the mammalian 

embryo. Jonakait GM, et al. Curr Top Dev Biol 1986; 

20:165-75 (60 ref.) 
Excitatory ammo acid transmitters in neuronal circuits of 

the cat visual cortex. Tsumoto T, et al. J Neurophysiol 

1986 Mar;55(3):469-83 (61 ref.) 
Postmortem neurochemistry in schizophrenia. Bracha HS, 

et al. Psychiatr Clin North Am 1986 Mar;9(l): 133-41 (38 

ref.) 

NEUROSURGERY 

Intraoperative chemical hemostasis in neurosurgery. Arand 
AG, et al. Neurosurgery 1986 Feb;18(2):223-33 (98 ref.) 

NEUTRONS 

[Heavy charged particles and neutrons in oncology (a review 
of the foreign research)] Stanzhevskaia TI, et al. 
Med Radiol (Mosk) 1986 Mar;31(3):63-72 (24 ref.) (Rus) 

NEUTROPHILS 

[Effects of chemotactically active substances on neutrophilic 

leukocytes. Review] Doleji M. 

Cesk Epidemiol Mikrobiol Imunol 1986 Feb;35(l):55-62 (29 

ref.) (Eng. Abstr.) (Cze) 

[Neutrophils of the peripheral blood and thyroid hormones] 

Hrycek A, et al. Endokrynol Pol 1985;36(4):235-9 (39 ref.) 

(Pol) 

NEVUS, PIGMENTED 

Melanoma precursor lesions and borderline melanomas. 

Briggs JC. Histopathology 1985 Dec;9(12):1251-62(35 ref.) 
latrogenic effects of general anesthesia in children: 

considerations in treating large congenital nevocytic nevi. 

Backman ME, et al. J Dermatol Surg Oncol 1986 Apr; 

12(4):363-7 (22 ref.) 

NIFEDIPINE 

Aspects of the clinical pharmacology of nifedipine, a 
dihydropyridine calcium-entry antagonist. Hamann SR, et 
al. Biopharm Drug Dispos 1986 Jan-Feb;7(l):l-10 (36 ref.) 

NITROGEN 

The effects of varying energy and nitrogen intake on nitrogen 
balance, body composition, and metabolic rate. Edens NK, 
et al. Clin Chest Med 1986 Mar;7(l):3-17 (100 ref.) 

Nitrogen sources for parenteral nutrition in the newborn 
infant. Lemons JA, et al. Clin Perinatol 1986 Mar; 
13(1):91-109 (98 ref.) 

NOISE 

Age related cochlear toxicity from noise and antibiotics a 
review. Bhattacharyya TK, et al. J Otolaryngol 1986 Feb; 
15(1): 15-20 (61 ref.) 

[Various aspects of hygienic standardization in the complex 
and combined effects of chemical compounds and their 
combinations with other harmful environmental factors] 
Kasparow AA. Med Pr 1985;36(5):309-15 (9 ref.) (Pol) 

NOMENCLATURE 

Nomenclature for enkephalin degrading peptidases. Hersh 
LB. Life Sci 1986 Mar 31;38(13):1151-3 (17 ref.) 

NOREPINEPHRINE 

Possible relationship of the locus coeruleus hippocampal 
noradrenergic neurons to depression and mode of action 
of antidepressant drugs. Kostowski W. 
Pol J Pharmacol Pharm 1985 Nov-Dec;37(6):727-43 (57 
ref.) 

NUCLEAR MAGNETIC RESONANCE 

Overview of MR of the heart 1986. Higgins CB. AJR 1986 

May;146(5):907-18 (58 ref.) 
Cancer detection by nuclear magnetic resonance 

zeugmatographic imaging. Lauterbur PC. Cancer 1986 May 

15;57(10): 1899-904 (71 ref.) 
Contributions of nuclear magnetic resonance to renal 

biochemistry. Ross B, et al. Kidney Int 1986 Jan; 



29(1): 13 1-41 (56 ref.) 

[Magnetic resonance physical bases of the method and 
technology of obtaining images] Luk lanchenko AB, et al. 
Med Radiol (Mosk) 1986 Apr;31(4):75-80 (20 ref.) (Rus) 

NUCLEAR MEMBRANE 

Geometric progression in the size of membrane vesicles, 
nuclei and cells. Bont WS. Eur J Cell Biol 1986 Jan; 
39(2):485-99 (56 ref.) 

NUCLEOPROTEINS 

Nuclear proteins in spermatogenesis. Grimes SR Jr. 
Comp Biochem Physiol [B] 1986;83(3):495-500 (62 ref.) 

NURSE PRACTITIONERS 

Nurse practitioners: functions, legal status and legislative 
control. Studner JM, et al. Med Law 1986;5(l):61-75 (52 
ref.) 

NUTRITION 

[Interaction of alcohol with the liver, nutrition, drugs and 
carcinogens] Lieber CS. Gastroenterol Clin Biol 1985 Dec; 
9(12):893-8 (41 ref.) (Fre) 

NUTRITION DISORDERS 

The effects of undernutrition on the respiratory muscles. 

Kelsen SG. Clin Chest Med 1986 Mar;7(l): 101-10 (79 ref.) 
Forms of malnutrition in stressed and unstressed patients. 

Kinney JM, et al. Clin Chest Med 1986 Mar;7(l):19-28 (48 

ref.) 
Malnutrition and the respiratory muscles. Rochester DF. 

Clin Chest Med 1986 Mar;7(l):91-9 (63 ref.) 
Chronic undernutrition/growth retardation in cystic fibrosis. 

Soutter VL, et al. Clin Gastroenterol 1986 Jan;15(l):137-55 

(62 ref.) 
Total parenteral nutrition during pregnancy. Landon MB, 

et al. Clin Perinatol 1986 Mar;13(l):57-72 (52 ref.) 
Thymic atrophy and immune deficiency in malnutrition. 

Dourov N. Curr Top Pathol 1986;75:127-50 (127 ref.) 
Nutritional factors and oral candidosis. Samaranayake LP. 

J Oral Pathol 1986 Feb;15(2):61-5 (59 ref.) 
Nutritional assessment and severity of illness classification 

systems: a critical review on their clinical relevance. 

Dionigi R, et al. World J Surg 1986 Feb;10(l):2-ll (49 

ref.) 
Indications and effects of preoperative parenteral nutrition. 

Miiller JM, et al. World J Surg 1986 Feb;10(l):53-63 (34 

ref.) 

NUTRITIONAL REQUIREMENTS 

Nutritional requirements for infants with renal failure. 

Wassner SJ, et al. Am J Kidney Dis 1986 Apr;7(4):300-5 

(34 ref.) 
Methods for determining the protein requirement of infants. 

Yudkoff M, et al. Clin Perinatol 1986 Mar;13(l):123-32 (33 

ref.) 

OBESITY 

Exercise and obesity. Pacy PJ, et al. Sports Med 1986 

Mar-Apr;3(2):89-113 (180 ref.) 
[Role of adrenergic receptors in the regulation of lipolysis 

and in the pathogenesis of obesity] Kucio C, et al. 

Pol Tyg Lek 1985 Dec 16;40(50):1411-4 (36 ref.) (Pol) 

OCCIPITAL LOBE 

[Computerized tomography in schizophrenia] 
Chimiak-Drozdzowska E. Psychiatr Pol 1985 Sep-Oct; 
19(5):396-401 (8 ref.) (Pol) 

OCCUPATIONAL DISEASES 

Noise-induced hearing loss. Catlin FI. Am J Otol 1986 Mar; 
7(2):141-9 (19 ref.) 

Occupational asthma. Chan-Yeung M, et al. 
Am Rev Respir Dis 1986 Apr;133(4):686-703 (257 ref.) 

Evaluation of foot swelling and lower-limb temperatures in 
relation to leg activity during long-term seated office work. 
Winkel J, et al. Ergonomics 1986 Feb;29(2):3 13-28 (76 ref.) 

A review of methodological issues of the standardized 
mortality ratio (SMR) in occupational cohort studies. Tsai 
SP, et al. Int J Epidemiol 1986 Mar;15(l):8-21 (58 ref.) 

[Problems of work hygiene and toxicology in the present-day 
manufacture of plastics of an epoxy resin base (review of 
the literature)] lavorovskil AP. Gig Tr Prof Zabol 1986 
Jan;(l):35-9 (42 ref.) (Rus) 

ODONTOGENESIS 

[Epitheliomesenchymal interactions during odontogenesis] 
Matarasso S, et al. Minerva Stomatol 1986 Jan-Feb; 
35(1-2): 1-6 (27 ref.) (Eng. Abstr.) (Ita) 

ODORS 

Theory and methods for odor evaluation. Berglund B, et 
al. Experientia 1986 Mar 15;42(3):280-7 (104 ref.) 



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Chemistry of odor stimuli. Ohloff G. Experientia 1986 Mar 
15;42(3):271-9 (81 ref.) 

OLFACTORY BULB 

The olfactory bulb and central pathways. Scott JW. 
Experientia 1986 Mar 15;42(3):223-32 (139 ref.) 

2',5'-OLIGOADENYLATE 
SYNTHETASE 

The role of two interferon-induced enzymatic activities in 
erythroid differentiation of Friend cells. Rossi GB, et al. 
Prog Clin Biol Res 1985;202:285-96 (65 ref.) 

OLIGORIBONUCLEOTIDES 

The 2-5A system and vaccinia virus. Esteban M, et al. 
Prog Clin Biol Res 1985;202:25-34 (26 ref.) 

ONCOGENES 

Chronic leukemias: oncogenes, chromosomes, and advances 

in therapy [clinical conference] Champlin R, et al. 

Ann Intern Med 1986 May;104(5):671-88 (191 ref.) 
Growth factors in cancer and their relationship to oncogenes. 

Salomon DS, et al. Cancer Invest 1986;4(1):43-60 (209 ref.) 
Oncogenes and human neoplasia. Pitot HC. 

Clin Lab Med 1986 Mar;6(l): 167-79 (58 ref.) 
The implications of embryonic gene expression in neoplasia. 

Coggin JH Jr. CRC Crit Rev Oncol Hematol 1986; 

5(l):37-55 (105 ref.) 
Malignant transformation of mammalian cells in culture: 

delineation of stages and role of cellular oncogene 

activation. Newbold RF. IARC Sci Publ 1985;67:31-53 (53 

ref.) 
Oncogenes: a review with relevance to cancers of the 

urogenital tract. Peehl DM, et al. J Urol 1986 May; 

135(5):897-904 ( 155 ref.) 
[Oncogenes] Tsuchida N. Kokubyo Gakkai Zasshi 1985 Dec; 

52(4):607-16 (38 ref.) (Jpn) 

[Growth factor receptor genes and oncogenes] Shimizu N. 

Nippon Rinsho 1986 Jan;44(l):194-201 (44 ref.) (Jpn) 
[Neoplastic transformation of the pluripotential stem cell. I. 

Possible molecular mechanisms of neoplastic 

transformation] Rupniewska ZM. Acta Haematol Pol 1985 

Jan-Jun;16(l-2):90-101 (102 ref.) (Pol) 

OOCYTES 

Oocyte maturation inhibitor. Tsafriri A, et al. 
Clin Endocrinol Metab 1986 Feb;15(l):157-70 (65 ref.) 

ORBIT 

A method for volume determination of the orbit and its 
contents by high resolution axial tomography and 
quantitative digital image analysis. Cooper WC. 
Trans Am Ophthalmol Soc 1985;83:546-609 (90 ref.) 

ORBITAL NEOPLASMS 

A method for volume determination of the orbit and its 
contents by high resolution axial tomography aiid 
quantitative digital image analysis. Cooper WC. 
Trans Am Ophthalmol Soc 1985;83:546-609 (90 ref.) 

ORGANIC MENTAL DISORDERS 

[Clinical diagnosis of primary degenerative dementia 
syndromes] KJoszewska I, et al. Psychiatr Pol 1985 
May-Jun;19(3):219-25 (40 ref.) (Pol) 

ORGANIC MENTAL DISORDERS, 
PSYCHOTIC 

[Computerized tomography in schizophrenia] 
Chimiak-Drozdzowska E. Psychiatr Pol 1985 Sep-Oct; 
19(5):396-401 (8 ref.) (Pol) 

[Mental disorders in acute intermittent porphyria] Urban S. 
Psychiatr Pol 1985 May-Jun;19(3):233-8 (9 ref.) (Pol) 

ORGANIC MENTAL DISORDERS, 
SUBSTANCE-INDUCED 

Psychiatric disorders in parkinsonism: 2. Organic cerebral 
states and drug reactions. Harvey NS. Psychosomatics 1986 
Mar;27(3):175-7, 180, 181-4 (75 ref.) 

OSTEITIS DEFORMANS 

[Pagets disease of bone] Jeridi T, et al. Tunis Med 1985 Oct; 
63(10):487-93 (48 ref.) (Fre) 



OSTEOMYELITIS 

Equine pediatrics: septic arthritis and osteomyelitis. Martens 
RJ, et al. J Am Vet Med Assoc 1986 Mar 15;188(6):582-5 
(19 ref.) 

OSTEOPOROSIS 

The aging skeleton. Gordan GS, et al. Clin Geriatr Med 1985 

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Feb;l(l):95-118 (52 ref.) 

OTITIS MEDIA WITH EFFUSION 

Pathophysiology of serous otitis media. Sprinkle PM, et al. 
Am J Otol 1986 Mar;7(2):113-8 (55 ref.) 

OVARY 

Paracrine regulation of luteal function. Khan-Dawood FS, 
et al. Clin Endocrinol Metab 1986 Feb;15(l):171-84 (84 ref.) 

[Peptide factors of gonadal autoregulation] Neam|u C. 
Rev Med Chir Soc Med Nat lasi 1985 Jul-Sep;89(3):542-4 
(0 ref.) (Rum) 

OVULATION INDUCTION 

Induction of ovulation in primate models. Kenigsberg D, et 
al. Endocr Rev 1986 Feb;7(l):34-43 (45 ref.) 

OXIMETRY 

Continuous mixed venous oxygen saturation measurement: 
a significant advance in hemodynamic monitoring? Norfleet 
EA, et al. J Clin Monit 1985 Oct;l(4):245-58 (78 ref.) 

OXYGEN 

Oxygen supply and microcirculation of the brain cortex. 

Leniger-Follert E. Adv Exp Med Biol 1985; 19 1:3- 19 (38 

ref.) 
Skeletal and cardiac muscle oxygenation. Lund N. 

Adv Exp Med Biol 1985;191:37-43 (38 ref.) 
Blood gas transport and 2,3-DPG. Meldon JH. 

Adv Exp Med Biol 1985;191:63-73 (31 ref.) 
Myocardial oxygen pressure: mirror of oxygen supply. 

Schuchhardt S. Adv Exp Med Biol 1985;191:21-35 (26 ref.) 
Diffusion with chemical reaction in biological systems. 

Stroeve P. Adv Exp Med Biol 1985; 191:45-61 (62 ref.) 
The physiologic reserve in oxygen carrying capacity: studies 

in experimental hemodilution. Chapter CK, et al. 

Can J Physiol Pharmacol 1986 Jan;64(l):7-12 (40 ref.) 
Continuous mixed venous oxygen saturation measurement: 

a significant advance in hemodynamic monitoring? Norfleet 

EA, et al. J Clin Monit 1985 Oct;l(4):245-58 (78 ref.) 

OXYGEN CONSUMPTION 

Principles in cellular oxygenation: fetal and neonatal 

intestines. Goplerud JM, et al. Clin Perinatol 1986 Mar; 

13(1): 191-6 (30 ref.) 
Primary active sodium transport, oxygen consumption, and 

ATP: coupling and regulation. Mandel LJ. Kidney Int 1986 

Jan;29(l):3-9 (49 ref.) 

PAIN 

Dysesthesias and self-mutilation in humans and subhumans: 

a review of clinical and experimental studies. Levitt M. 

Brain Res 1985 Dec;357(3):247-90 (358 ref.) 
High-dose morphine and methadone in cancer patients. 

Clinical pharmacokinetic considerations of oral treatment. 

S'awe J. Clin Pharmacokinet 1986 Mar-Apr;ll(2):87-106 

(97 ref.) 
Behavioral remediation of chronic pain: a status report. 

Lintpn SJ. Pain 1986 Feb;24(2): 125-41 (29 ref.) 
Effectiveness of transcutaneous electrical neural stimulation 

in the treatment of pain. Recommendations for use in the 

treatment of sports injuries. Jensen JE, et al. 

Sports Med 1986 Mar-Apr;3(2):79-88 (38 ref.) 
[The mediopatellar synovial plica] Eiskjaer S. 

Ugeskr Laeger 1986 Mar 10; 148(1 1):635-8 (30 ref.) (Eng. 

Abstr.) (Dan) 

PAIN, POSTOPERATIVE 

Epidural catheter analgesia for the management of 

postoperative pain. Staren ED, et al. 

Surg Gynecol Obstet 1986 Apr;162(4):389-404 (133 ref.) 
[Paravertebral analgesia after intra-thoracic surgery] 

Lavrent'ev luA. Anesteziol Reanimatol 1986 Jan-Feb; 

(l):65-8 (96 ref.) (Rus) 

PANCREAS 

The aging gastrointestinal tract, liver, and pancreas. Geokas 
MC, et al. Clin Geriatr Med 1985 Feb; 1(1): 177-205 (204 
ref.) 

Transdifferentiated hepatocytes in rat pancreas. Rao MS, et 
al. Curr Top Dev Biol 1986;20:63-78 (49 ref.) 

Phylogenetical aspects on islet hormone families: a 
minireview with particular reference to insulin as a growth 
factor and to the phylogeny of PYY and NPY 
immunoreactive cells and nerves in the endocrine and 
exocrine pancreas. Falkmer S, et al. Peptides 1985;6 Suppl 
3:315-20 (27 ref.) 

PANCREATITIS 

[Prognosis of the course of acute pancreatitis] Kubyshkin 
VA, et al. Vestn Khir 1985 Dec;135(12):142-6 (39 ref.) 

(Rus) 



PAPILLOMA 

[Benign tumors of the gallbladder and extrahepatic bile ducts 
(a review of the literature)] Malinovsktf NN, et al. 
Khirurgiia (Mosk) 1986 Feb;(2): 132-7 (61 ref.) (Rus) 

PAPILLOMAVIRUSES 

[Papilloma viruses: group-specific antigens within lesions of 
the oral mucosa] Gogusev J, et al. 
Rev Stomatol Chir Maxillofac 1986;87(l):14-24 (60 ref.) 
(Eng. Abstr.) (Fre) 

PARACOCCIDIOIDOMYCOSIS 

Comparative epidemiology of four deep mycoses a review. 
Schwarz J. Mykosen 1986 Jan;29(l):5-9 (26 ref.) 

PARANEOPLASTIC SYNDROMES 

[The principal rheumatologic paraneoplastic syndromes in 
cancer of the lung. Physiopathologico-clinical correlations 
and therapeutic approach] Matucci Cerinic M, et al. 
Clin Ter 1985 Dec 15;115(5):381-7 (64 ref.) (Eng. Abstr.) 

(Ita) 

PARANOID DISORDERS 

[Structure of the paranoid syndrome in a systematic 
approach] Jaroszynski J. Psychiatr Pol 1985 Jul-Aug; 
19(4):297-306 (13 ref.) (Pol) 

PARASITES 

Progress in molecular parasitology. Kohler P. Experientia 
1986 Apr 15;42(4):377-86 (118 ref.) 

PARASITIC DISEASES 

Progress in molecular parasitology. Kohler P. Experientia 
1986 Apr 15;42(4):377-86 (118 ref.) 

PARASYMPATHETIC NERVOUS 
SYSTEM 

Role of the parasympathetic nervous system and of 
cholinergic mechanisms in bronchial hyperreactivity. Hahn 
HL. Bull Eur Physiopathol Respir 1986;22 Suppl 7:112-42 
(123 ref.) 

PARASYMPATHOMIMETICS 

Cholinergic approaches to the treatment of Alzheimer's 

disease. Hollander E, et al. Br Med Bull 1986 Jan; 

42(1):97-100 (59 ref.) 
A psychopharmacological perspective of cognitive functions. 

II. Specific pharmacologic agents. Wolkowitz OM, et al. 

Neuropsychobiology 1985;14(3):133-56 (302 ref.) 

PARATHYROID HORMONES 

Renal osteodystrophy in children: the role of vitamin D, 
phosphorus, and parathyroid hormone. Chesney RW, et 
al. Am J Kidney Dis 1986 Apr;7(4):275-84 (46 ref.) 

[Protein and polypeptide growth factors parathyroid 
hormone and calcitonin] Ikeda K, et al. Nippon Rinsho 1986 
Jan;44(l): 100-7 (42 ref.) (Jpn) 

PARENTERAL FEEDING 

Parenteral nutrition in obstetrics and gynecology. Rayburn 

W, et al. Obstet Gynecol Surv 1986 Apr,41(4):200-14 (60 

ref.) 
New aspects of parenteral nutrition with fat emulsions in 

injured patients. Kleinberger G. World J Surg 1986 Feb; 

10(l):20-32 (48 ref.) 
Principles and indications of hypocaloric parenteral nutrition. 

Lohlein D. World J Surg 1986 Feb;10(l):64-71 (43 ref.) 
Perioperative parenteral nutrition in the stressed diabetic 

patient. Vandewoude MF, et al. World J Surg 1986 Feb; 

10(l):72-6 (14 ref.) 

PARENTERAL 
HYPERALIMENTATION 

Total parenteral nutrition in the critically ill patient. 

Lemoyne M, et al. Chest 1986 Apr;89(4):568-75 (47 ref.) 
Basic principles of intravenous nutritional support. Robin AP, 

et al. Clin Chest Med 1986 Mar;7(l):29-39 (52 ref.) 
Parenteral nutrition and hepatobiliary dysfunction. Farrell 

MK, et al. Clin Perinatol 1986 Mar;13(l):197-212 (95 ref.) 
Total parenteral nutrition during pregnancy. Landon MB, 

et al. Clin Perinatol 1986 Mar;13(l):57-72 (52 ref.) 
Nitrogen sources for parenteral nutrition in the newborn 

infant. Lemons JA, et al. Clin Perinatol 1986 Mar; 

13(1):9 1-109 (98 ref.) 
Parenteral nutrition in obstetrics and gynecology. Rayburn 

W, et at. Obstet Gynecol Surv 1986 Apr;41(4):200-14 (60 

ref.) 
Parenteral nutrition by peripheral vein, portal vein or central 

venous catheter? Bodoky A. World J Surg 1986 Feb; 

10(l):47-52 (53 ref.) 
Indications and effects of preoperative parenteral nutrition. 



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Muller JM, et al. World J Surg 1986 Feb;10(l):53-63 (34 
ref.) 

Medium-chain triglycerides (MCT) for total parenteral 
nutrition. Wolfram G. World J Surg 1986 Feb;10(l):33-7 
(23 ref.) 

PARENTS 

Research on parent training: shortcomings and remedies. 

Helm DT, et al. J Autism Dev Disord 1986 Mar; 16(1): 1-22 

(93 ref.) 
Paths to adolescent parenthood: implications for prevention. 

Flick LH. Public Health Rep 1986 Mar-Apr;101(2):132-47 

(78 ref.) 

PARIETAL CELLS, GASTRIC 

[Omeprazole a drug-blocking proton pump of the parietal 
cells of the stomach] Sosnowski M. Pol Tyg Lek 1985 Dec 
23-30;40(5 1-52): 1469-72 (43 ref.) (Pol) 

PARKINSON DISEASE 

Dementia and Parkinsons disease pathological and 

neurochemical considerations. Quinn NP, et al. 

Br Med Bull 1986 Jan;42(l):86-90 (56 ref.) 
Psychiatric disorders in parkinsonism: 2. Organic cerebral 

states and drug reactions. Harvey NS. Psychosomatics 1986 

Mar;27(3): 175-7, 180, 181-4 (75 ref.) 

PARTICLE ACCELERATORS 

[Heavy charged particles and neutrons in oncology (a review 
of the foreign research)] Stanzhevskaia TI, et al. 
Med Radiol (Mosk) 1986 Mar;31(3):63-72 (24 ref.) (Rus) 

PATELLA 

[The mediopatellar synovial plica] Eiskjaer S. 
Ugeskr Laeger 1986 Mar 10; 148(1 1):635-8 (30 ref.) (Eng. 
Abstr.) (Dan) 

PATIENT CARE TEAM 

Pregnancy and diabetes. Team approach. Levin ME, et al. 
Arch Intern Med 1986 Apr;146(4):758-67 (68 ref.) 

PENICILLINS 

[Hypersensitivity reactions to penicillin. Mechanisms and 
diagnostic elements] Stager J, et al. Ther Umsch 1986 Feb; 
43(2):103-11 (39 ref.) (Eng. Abstr.) (Fre) 

PEPTIC ULCER 

Current concepts in clinical therapeutics: peptic ulcer disease. 

Siepler JK, et al. Clin Pharm 1986 Feb;5(2):128-42 (143 

ref.) 
Development and therapeutic role of synthetic prostaglandins 

in peptic ulcer disease. Collins PW. J Med Chem 1986 Apr; 

29(4):437-43 (68 ref.) 
[Omeprazole a drug-blocking proton pump of the parietal 

cells of the stomach] Sosnowski M. Pol Tyg Lek 1985 Dec 

23-30;40(51-52):1469-72 (43 ref.) (Pol) 

[Preventive pharmacological procedures in peptic ulcer] 

Stasiewicz J, et al. Pol Tyg Lek 1985 Dec 23-30; 

40(5 1-52): 1460-4 (48 ref.) (Pol) 

[Trehalase in human pathology] Tomaszewski L, et al. 

Postepy Hig Med Dosw 1985 May-Jun;39(3):349-<51 (54 

ref.) (Eng. Abstr.) (Pol) 

[Prostaglandins and the phenomenon of cytoprotection in 

the digestive tract] Jurkowska G, et al. Wiad Lek 1985 

Nov 15;38(22):1577-85 (95 ref.) (Pol) 

PEPTIDE HYDROLASES 

Nomenclature for enkephalin degrading peptidases. Hersh 
LB. Life Sci 1986 Mar 31;38(13):1 151-3 (17 ref.) 

PEPTIDES 

Antigenicity of proteins and peptides. Leach SJ. 

Ann Sclavo 1984;l(2):21-45 (42 ref.) 
Paracrine action of transforming growth factors. 

Gol-Winkler R. Clin Endotrinol Metab 1986 Feb; 

15(1):99-115 (117 ref.) 
Oocyte maturation inhibitor. Tsafriri A, et al. 

Clin Endocrinol Metab 1986 Feb;15(l):157-70 (65 ref.) 
Production and use of antibodies against synthetic peptides. 

Walter G. J Immunol Methods 1986 Apr 17;88(2):149-61 

(68 ref.) 
Estrogen-induced proteins: a new class of regulatory 

substances. Biro JC. Med Hypotheses 1986 Mar; 

19(3):199-228 (71 ref.) 
Phylogenetical aspects on islet hormone families: a 

minireview with particular reference to insulin as a growth 

factor and to the phylogeny of PYY and NPY 

immunoreactive cells and nerves in the endocrine and 

exocrine pancreas. Falkmer S, et al. Peptides 1 985;6 Suppl 

3:315-20 (27 ref.) 
Evolutionary relationship between nonmammalian and 

mammalian peptides. Lazarus LH, et al. Peptides 1985;6 

Suppl 3:295-307 (137 ref.) 
The discovery of nonmammalian peptides. Melchiorri P. 



Peptides 1985;6 Suppl 3:3-5 (28 ref.) 
[Tumor-derived growth factors transforming growth 

factor] Umeda M. Nippon Rinsho 1986 Jan;44(l):163-8 (22 

ref.) (Jpn) 

[Peptide factors of gonadal autoregulation] Neamfu C. 

Rev Med Chir Soc Med Nat lasi 1985 Jul-Sep;89(3):542-4 

(0 ref.) (Hum) 

[Specificity of the cleavage of peptide regulators from 

nonspecialized protein precursors] lankovski! OIu, et al. 

Zh Evol Biokhim Fiziol 1986 Jan-Feb;22(l):ll-6 (30 ref.) 

(Rus) 

PERCEPTION 

Spatial EEG patterns, non-linear dynamics and perception: 

the neo-Sherringtonian view. Freeman WJ, et al. 

Brain Res 1985 Dec; 3 5 7(3): 147-7 5 ( 109 ref.) 
Neurophysiologic and neuropsychological aspects of 

cutaneous perception. Marzi CA, et al. Clin Dermatol 1984 

Oct-Dec;2(4):66-77 (36 ref.) 

PERCEPTUAL DISORDERS 

[Disputable problems of astereognosis] Perzanowska A. 
Neurol Neurochir Pol 1985 Sep-Oct;19(5):420-6 (30 ref.) 

(Pol) 

PERICARDITIS 

Pathophysiology of primary meningpcoccal pericarditis 
associated with Neisseria meningitidis group C. A case 
report and review of the literature. Hardy DJ, et al. 
Diagn Microbiol Infect Dis 1986 Mar;4(3):259-65 (35 ref.) 

PERIODONTAL DISEASES 

Chemotherapeutic agents and periodontal therapy. Their 
impact on clinical practice. Ciancio SC. J Periodontol 1986 
Feb;57(2):108-ll (39 ref.) 

The impact of research on scaling and root planing. O Leary 
TJ. J Periodontol 1986 Feb;57(2):69-75 (80 ref.) 

[Effect of root surface demineralization on the formation of 
new attachment] Larjava H, et al. Proc Finn Dent Soc 1986; 
82(l):24-34 (72 ref.) (Eng. Abstr.) (Fin) 

[Juvenile periodontitis. A review of the literature] Matarasso 
S, et al. Minerva Stomatol 1986 Jan-Feb;35(l-2):31-5 (39 
ref.) (Eng. Abstr.) (Ita) 

[Distribution of juvenile periodontitis between the sexes. The 
importance of epidemiologic studies] Strohmenger L, et 
al. Minerva Stomatol 1986 Jan-Feb;35(l-2):37-40 (22 ref.) 
(Eng. Abstr.) (Ita) 

PERIODONTIUM 

[Effect of root surface demineralization on the formation of 
new attachment] Larjava H, et al. Proc Finn Dent Soc 1986; 
82(l):24-34 (72 ref.) (Eng. Abstr.) (Fin) 

PERIPHERAL NERVE DISEASES 

Epidural steroid injections for low back pain and lumbosacral 

radiculopathy. Benzon HT. Pain 1986 Mar;24(3):277-95 (87 

ref.) 
[Femoral nerve neuropathy a neurological complication 

after gynecologic laparotomy] Poulsen HK. 

Ugeskr Laeger 1986 Feb 24;148(9):509-11 (29 ref.) (Eng. 

Abstr.) (Dan) 

PERIPHERAL NERVES 

[Allogeneic transplantation of peripheral nerves] Grochowicz 
PM. Neuropatol Pol 1985;23(4):455-64 (36 ref.) (Eng. 
Abstr.) (Pol) 

PERITONEAL NEOPLASMS 

The routinization of intraperitoneal (intracavitary) 
chemotherapy and immunotherapy. Regelson W, et al. 
Cancer Invest 1986;4(l):29-42 (115 ref.) 

PERITONITIS 



[Abdominal hypothermia in the treatment of postoperative 

peritonitis] Tatishvili GG, et al. Vestn Khir 1985 Dec; __ _ _ . ^rrimriT A r 
135(12):139-42 (39 ref.) (Rus) PILI, BAC1JUR1AL 



PHAGOCYTOSIS 

Phagocytosis of particulate activators of the alternative 
complement pathway: effects of fibronectin. Czop JK. 
Adv Immunol 1986;38:361-98 (181 ref.) 

[Alveolar macrophages] Firlik M. Pol Tyg Lek 1985 Dec 
2;40(48): 1354-7 (45 ref.) (Pol) 

PHANTOM LIMB 

[Phantom limb and related phenomena in patients with 
amputated extremities] Jensen TS, et al. Ugeskr Laeger 1986 
Feb 24;148(9):506-9 (30 ref.) (Eng. Abstr.) (Dan) 

PHARMACOLOGY 

[Drug discrimination: methodology and current problems] 
Watanabe S. Yakubutsu Seishin Kodo 1985 Dec; 
5(4):289-302 (68 ref.) (Eng. Abstr.) (Jpn) 

PHENOTHIAZINES 

Phenothiazine and butyrophenone intoxication in children. 
Knight ME, et al. Pediatr Clin North Am 1986 Apr; 
33(2):299-309 (37 ref.) 

PHENYLHYDRAZINES 

Reactions of hemoglobin with phenylhydrazine: a review of 
selected aspects. Shetlar MD, et al. 
Environ Health Perspect 1985 Dec;64:265-81 (48 ref.) 

PHEROMONES 

Odor-guided behavior in mammals. Doty RL. Experientia 

1986 Mar 15;42(3):257-71 (212 ref.) 
Chemical communication in invertebrates. O'Connell RJ. 

Experientia 1986 Mar 15;42(3):232-41 (51 ref.) 

PHOBIC DISORDERS 

Differential diagnosis and treatment of panic disorder: a 
medical model perspective. Vittone BJ, et al. 
Aust NZ J Psychiatry 1985 Dec; 19(4):3 30-41 (59 ref.) 

PHOSPHOLIPIDS 

[Protein phosphorylation and inositol phospholipid 
metabolism in activated rat mast cells] Kurosawa M. 
Nippon Yakurigaku Zasshi 1986 Jan;87(l):l-9 (99 ref.) (Eng. 
Abstr.) (Jpn) 

PHOSPHORUS 

Renal osteodystrophy in children: the role of vitamin D, 
phosphorus, and parathyroid hormone. Chesney RW, et 
al. Am J Kidney Dis 1986 Apr;7(4):275-84 (46 ref.) 

PHOTOTHERAPY 

Endobronchial management of lung cancer. Cortese DA. 
Chest 1986 Apr;89(4 Suppl):234S-236S (34 ref.) 

PHYSICAL FITNESS 

Profiling children for sports participation. Goldberg B, et 
al. Clin Sports Med 1984 Jan;3(l):153-69 (94 ref.) 

Profiling swimmers. Marino M. Clin Sports Med 1984 Jan; 
3(l):211-29 (86 ref.) 

Cardiovascular profiling. Squires RW, et al. 
Clin Sports Med 1984 Jan;3(l):ll-29 (48 ref.) 

PIGMENT EPITHELIUM OF EYE 

Instability in cell commitment of vertebrate pigmented 
epithelial cells and their transdifferentiation into lens cells. 
Eguchi G. Curr Top Dev Biol 1986;20:21-37 (42 ref.) 

PIGMENTATION DISORDERS 

The biology of the pigmentary system and its disorders. 
Lucky PA, et al. Dermatol Clin 1985 Apr;3(2):197-216 (40 
ref.) 



PERSONALITY DISORDERS 

[Structure of the paranoid syndrome in a systematic 
approach] Jaroszynski J. Psychiatr Pol 1985 Jul-Aug; 
19(4):297-306 (13 ref.) (Pol) 

PERSONNEL, HOSPITAL 

Transmission of hepatitis B from providers to patients: how 
big is the risk? Galambos JT. Hepatology 1986 Mar-Apr; 
6(2):320-5 (98 ref.) 

PESTICIDES 

Boric acid toxicity. Siegel E, et al. 
Pediatr Clin North Am 1986 Apr;33(2):363-7 (28 ref.) 



[Bacteriophage typing of Klebsiella. I. Role of Klebsiella 
surface structures in bacteriophage binding] 
Przondo-Hessek A. Postepy Hig Med Dosw 1985 May-Jun; 
39(3):264-310 (185 ref.) (Eng. Abstr.) (Pol) 

PINEAL BODY 

Multipotentiality in differentiation of the pineal as revealed 
by cell culture. Watanabe K. Curr Top Dev Biol 1986; 
20:89-97 (30 ref.) 

PITUITARY-ADRENAL SYSTEM 

[Pituitary-adrenal cortex system of mother and fetus during 
pregnancy and labor] Zakharova OI. 
Akush Ginekol (Mosk) 1986 Jan;(l):6-10 (43 ref.) (Rus) 



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PITUITARY GLAND, ANTERIOR 
PITUITARY GLAND, ANTERIOR 

Paracrine interactions in the anterior pituitary. Denef C. 
Clin Endocrinol Metab 1986 Feb;15(l):l-32 (224 ref.) 

PITUITARY HORMONE RELEASING 

HORMONES 

Mechanisms of gonadotropin-releasing hormone agonist 

action in the human male. Bhasin S, et al. Endocr Rev 1986 

Feb;7(l):106-14 (67 ref.) 
The molecular basis of gonadotropin-releasing hormone 

action. Conn PM. Endocr Rev 1986 Feb;7(l):3-10 (71 ref.) 
Gonadotropin-releasing hormone analog design. 

Structure-function studies toward the development of 

agonists and antagonists: rationale and perspective. Karten 

MJ, et al. Endocr Rev 1986 Feb;7(l):44-66 (225 ref.) 
Induction of ovulation in primate models. Kenigsberg D, et 

al. Endocr Rev 1986 Feb;7(l):34-43 (45 ref.) 
Treatment of prostate cancer with gonadotropin-releasing 

hormone agonists. Labrie F, et al. Endocr Rev 1986 Feb; 

7(l):67-74 (39 ref.) 
Gonadal regulation of hypothalamic gonadotropin-releasing 

hormone release in primates. Plant TM. Endocr Rev 1986 

Feb;7(l):75-88 (103 ref.) 
Hypogonadotropic disorders in men and women: diagnosis 

and therapy with pulsatile gonadotropin-releasing 

hormone. Santoro N, et al. Endocr Rev 1986 Feb;7(l):ll-23 

(57 ref.) 
Comparison of the potential for therapeutic utilities with 

gonadotropin-releasing hormone agonists and antagonists. 

Vickery BH. Endocr Rev 1986 Feb;7(l):l 15-24 (153 ref.) 

PITUITARY HORMONES 

Alternative routes of peptide hormone administration. 
Pontiroli AE, et al. Spec Top Endocrinol Metab 1985; 
7:77-99 (120 ref.) 

PLACEBOS 

[The placebo: its current status] Rewekant M, et al. 
Pol Tyg Lek 1985 Dec 23-30;40(5 1-52): 1422-4 (30 ref.) 

(Pol) 

PLACENTA DISEASES 

[Specific proteins of pregnancy in the diagnosis of 
feto-placental insufficiency] Sokolova ZP, et al. 
Akush Ginekol (Mosk) 1986 Jan;(l):10-3 (53 ref.) (Rus) 

PLANT VIRUSES 

The molecular biology of geminiviruses. Stanley J. 
Adv Virus Res 1985;30:139-77 (125 ref.) 

PLANTS 

Phenotypic stability and variation in plants. Meins F Jr. 

Curr Top Dev Biol 1986;20:373-82 (74 ref.) 
Flexibility and commitment in plant cells during 

development. Osborne DJ, et al. Curr Top Dev Biol 1986; 

20:383-96 (17 ref.) 
Instability of chromosomes and alkaloid content in cell lines 

derived from single protoplasts of cultured Coptis japonica 

cells. Yamada Y, et al. Curr Top Dev Biol 1986;20:409-17 

(19 ref.) 

PLANTS, EDIBLE 

Capsicum production, technology, chemistry, and 
quality Part II. Processed products, standards, world 
production and trade. Govindarajan VS. 
CRC Crit Rev Food Sci Nutr 1986;23(3):207-88 (166 ref.) 

PLASMINOGEN ACTIVATORS 

[Plasminogen activators: general aspects and recent 
developments] Reboud-Ravaux M. Biochimie 1985 Dec; 
67(12):! 197-216 (318 ref.) (Eng. Abstr.) (Fre) 

PLASMODIUM BERGHEI 

The ribosomal genes of Plasmodium. McCutchan TF. 
Int Rev Cytol 1986;99:295-309 (40 ref.) 

PLASMODIUM FALCIPARUM 

Plasmodium falciparum antigens as target molecules for a 
protective immunization against malaria: an up-to-date 
review. Heidrich HG. Z Parasitenkd 1986;72(1):1-11 (75 
ref.) 

[Immunology and molecular biology: targetting of a vaccine] 
Perrin LH, et al. Ther Umsch 1986 Feb;43(2):148-54 (21 
ref.) (Eng. Abstr.) (Fre) 

PLATELET ADHESIVENESS 

Platelet granule disorders. White JG. 
CRC Crit Rev Oncol Hematol 1986;4(4):337-77 (120 ref.) 

PLATELET AGGREGATION 

Platelet granule disorders. White JG. 

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MEDICAL REVIEWS 

CRC Crit Rev Oncol Hematol 1986;4(4):337-77 (120 ref.) 

[Thrombocyte aggregation inhibitors. A new class of active 

substances] Bohm R, et al. Pharmazie 1986 Jan;41(l):l-7 

(86 ref.) < Ger > 

PLATELET-DERIVED GROWTH 
FACTOR 

[Protein and polypeptide growth factors platelet-derived 
and macrophage-derived growth factors] Kaji K, et al. 
Nippon Rinsho 1986 Jan;44(l):57-63 (36 ref.) (Jpn) 

PLATELET FACTOR 4 

[Platelet factor 4. Properties and clinical significance of its 
determination (review of the literature)] Lavrova LA, et 
al. Lab Delo 1986;(2):73-6 (36 ref.) ORus) 

PLEURAL EFFUSION 

Urinothorax: repott of 4 cases and review of the literature. 
Salcedo JR. J Urol 1986 Apr;135(4):805-8 (23 ref.) 

PNEUMONIA, PNEUMOCYSTIS 

CARINII 

[Pneumocystis carinii infections] Mojon M. 
Arch Fr Pediatr 1985 Dec;42 Suppl 2:929-38 (80 ref.) (Eng. 
Abstr.) (Fre) 

POISONING 

Expanded role of charcoal therapy in the poisoned and 

overdosed patient. Park GD, et al. Arch Intern Med 1986 

May;146(5):969-73 (43 ref.) 
Role of the toxicology laboratory in suspected ingestions. 

Hepler B, et al. Pediatr Clin North Am 1986 Apr; 

33(2):245-60 (59 ref.) 
Substance abuse: clinical identification and management. 

Kulberg A. Pediatr Clin North Am 1986 Apr;33(2):325-61 

(118 ref.) 
Gastrointestinal decontamination for acute poisoning. 

Rodgers GC Jr, et al. Pediatr Clin North Am 1986 Apr; 

33(2):261-85 (188 ref.) 
[Efferent treatment methods] Lopukhin luM, et al. 

Antibiot Med Biotekhnol 1986 Feb;3 1(2): 128-33 (52 ref.) 

(Eng. Abstr.) (Rus) 

POLLEN 

Induction of embryogenesis and regulation of the 
developmental pathway in immature pollen of Nicotiana 
species. Harada H, et al. Curr Top Dev Biol 1986;20:397-408 
(23 ref.) 

POLYMERS 

Biological effects of soluble synthetic polymers as drug 

carriers. Duncan R. Crit Rev Ther Drug Carrier Syst 1985; 

1(4):281-310 (208 ref.) 
Immunological problems of polymer-bound drugs. Rihova 

B, et at. Crit Rev Ther Drug Carrier Syst 1985;1(4):3 11-74 

(301 ref.) 

POLYRADICULONEURITIS 

[Guillain-Barre polyradiculoneuritis: an ever current classical 
entity] Lenarduzzi P, et al. Rev Med Liege 1986 Mar 1; 
41(5): 149-57 (95 ref.) (Fre) 

[Acute polyradiculpneuropathy of Guillain-Barre. Critical 
review of potential etiopathogeneses] Guadagnino M, et 
al. Riv Neurol 1985 Nov-Dec;55(6):402-23 (27 ref.) (Eng. 
Abstr.) (Ita) 

POLYSACCHARIDES, BACTERIAL 

Polysaccharide vaccines. Austrian R. 
Ann Inst Pasteur Microbiol 1985 Nov-Dec; 
136B(3):295-307 (77 ref.) 

PONS 

Long-lasting excitability changes of soleus 
alpha-motoneuron induced by midpontine stimulation in 
decerebrate, standing cat. Sakamoto T, et al. 
J Neurophysiol 1986 Mar;55(3):449-68 (59 ref.) 

PORPHYRIA 

Porphyria cutanea tarda, or the uroporphyrinogen 
decarboxylase deficiency diseases. Sweeney GD. 
Clin Biochem 1986 Feb;19(l):3-15 (115 ref.) 

[Mental disorders in acute intermittent porphyria] Urban S. 
Psychiatr Pol 1985 May-Jun;19(3):233-8 (9 ref.) (Pol) 

PORPHYRINS 

The biosynthesis of porphyrins, chlorophylls, and vitamin 
B12. Leeper FJ. Nat Prod Rep 1985 Dec;2(6):561-80 (198 
ref.) 



POSTOPERATIVE CAB 

Protein-sparing therapy in the post 
U, et al. World J Surg 1986 Feb 

Principles and indications of hypocal 
Lohlein D. World J Surg 1986 F 

POSTOPERATIVE COR 

Effectiveness of anticoagulants. Hir 

Semin Tbrorab Hempst 1986 Jan;] 
Measures of prevention and techi 

reoperations in cardiac surgery, i 

Thorac Cardiovasc Surg 1986 Feb 
Carcinogenesis in ureterosigmoidosl 

Urol Clin North Am 1986 May;l: 
[Abdominal hypothermia in the tre 

peritonitis] Tatishvili GG, et al. 

135(12):139-42 (39 ref.) 
[Evaluation of warm post-ischemi 

surgery of complex lithiasis (I)] R 

Actas Urol Esp 1985 Sep-Oct;9(5 

Abstr.) 
[Septic risk after splenectomy: ind: 

Bouza E, et al. Med Clin (Bare) 

(175 ref.) 

POSTURE 

Maintaining posture and avoid 
information for detecting and cor 
locomotion. Owen DH. Clin G 
l(3):581-99 (67 ref.) 

Sensorimotor deficits related i 
Implications for falling in the el( 
al. Clin Geriatr Med 1985 Aug;l( 

POTASSIUM 

Basolateral K channels in an inse 
density, conductance, and block b; 
et al. J Gen Physiol 1986 Mar;87 

PRECANCEROUS CON 

Melanoma precursor lesions and 
Briggs JC. Histopathology 1985 De 

[Trehalase in human pathology] To 
Postepy Hig Med Dosw 1985 Mi 
ref.) (Eng. Abstr.) 

PREGNANCY 

[Pregnancy and local anesthesia in c 
et al. Minerva Stomatol 1986 Jan-F 
(Eng. Abstr.) 

[Pituitary-adrenal cortex system of i 
pregnancy and labor] Zakharova 
Akush Ginekol (Mosk) 1986 Jan;( 

PREGNANCY COMPLI 

Total parenteral nutrition during p 
et al. Clin Perinatol 1986 Mar;13( 

[Significance of lead pollution 
development] Sikorski R, et al. V 
38(22):1586-92 (64 ref.) (Eng. Ab 

PREGNANCY COMPLI 
CARDIOVASCULAR 

[Possibilities and limitations of th< 
agents in the therapy of arterial hy] 
Pasetto N. Clin Ter 1985 Dec 31; 



PREGNANCY, ECTOPI 

Ectopic pregnancy. A review of the 
SL, et al. J Reprod Med 1986 Fi 

PREGNANCY IN ADO] 

Paths to adolescent parenthood: imp 
Flick LH. Public Health Rep 1986 
(78 ref.) 

PREGNANCY IN DIAB 

Pregnancy and diabetes. Team appi 
Arch Intern Med 1986 Apr; 146(4; 

Diabetes in pregnancy 1985. Haddei 
Jan;29(l):l-9 (87 ref.) 

PREGNANCY PROTEK 

[Specific proteins of pregnancy 
feto-placental insufficiency] Soko 
Akush Ginekol (Mosk) 1986 Jan;( 



The concept of preleukemia: clinica 
Bagby GC Jr. CRC Crit Rev 



FUL 1986 






PSYCHOTROPIC DRUGS 



4(3):203-20 (123 ref.) 

'releukaemic states in children. Wegelius R. 
Scand J Haematol [Suppl] 1986;45:133-9 (53 ref.) 

'REMEDICATION 

Antibacterial therapy in surgery of the biliary tract (a review 
of the literature)] Ermolov AS, et al. Khirurgiia (Mosk) 
1986 Feb;(2):137-42 (80 ref.) (Rus) 

'REMENSTRUAL SYNDROME 

're-menstrual syndrome are gonadotropins the cause of the 
condition? Coulson CJ. Med Hypotheses 1986 Mar; 
19(3):243-55 (83 ref.) 

'RENATAL DIAGNOSIS 

Lssessing the diagnostic accuracy and efficacy of selected 
antepartum fetal surveillance techniques. Thacker SB, et 
al. Obstet Gynecol Surv 1986 Mar;41(3):121-41 (225 ref.) 



Significance of lead pollution in human intrauterine 
development] Sikorski R, et al. Wiad Lek 1985 Nov 15; 
38(22):1586-92 (64 ref.) (Eng. Abstr.) (Pol) 

REOPERATIVE CARE 

idications and effects of preoperative parenteral nutrition. 
Miiller JM, et al. World J Surg 1986 Feb;10(l):53-63 (34 
ref.) 

'RESSURE 

low bacteria grow and divide in spite of internal hydrostatic 
pressure. Koch AL. Can J Microbiol 1985 Dec; 
31(12):1071-84 (49 ref.) 

'REVENTIVE HEALTH SERVICES 

lealth maintenance of the elderly. Kennie DC. 
Clin Geriatr Med 1986 Feb;2(l):53-83 (120 ref.) 

'RIMARY HEALTH CARE 

iiology, primary care, family, and community. A basis for 
rational geriatric care. Culpepper L, et al. 
Clin Geriatr Med 1986 Feb;2(l):37-51 (34 ref.) 
i critical review of adult health maintenance. Part 1: 
Prevention of atherosclerotic diseases. Frame PS. 
J Fam Pract 1986 Apr;22(4):341-6 (58 ref.) 

'ROGESTERONE 

Ilinical status of antiprogesterone steroids. Healy DL. 
Clin Reprod Fcrtil 1985 Dec;3(4):277-96 (51 ref.) 
Steroid substances estrogen, progesterone and cell 
proliferation] Okada H, et al. Nippon Rinsho 1986 Jan; 
44(1): 130-4 (30 ref.) (Jpn) 

>ROLACTIN 

rrowth hormone, somatomedin and prolactin relationship 
to brain function. Laron Z, et al. Brain Dev 1985; 
7(6):559-67 (42 ref.) 

Protein and polypeptide growth factors prolactin] Kimura 
M, et al. Nippon Rinsho 1986 Jan;44(l):94-9 (30 ref.) 

(Jpn) 

'ROPRANOLOL 

Withdrawal symptoms after discontinuation of 
beta-adrenolytic drugs] Markiewicz A, et al. 
Pol Tyg Lek 1985 Dec 23-30;40(5 1-52): 1452-5 (36 ref.) 

(Pol) 

'ROSTAGLANDINS 

Tie generation of prostaglandins by human lung and their 

effects on airway function in man. Robinson C, et al. 

Bull Eur Physiopathol Respir 1986;22 Suppl 7:81-90 (42 

ref.) 
'rostaglandins and other arachidonic acid metabolites in the 

kidney. Schlondorff D, et al. Kidney Int 1986 Jan; 

29(1):108-19 (191 ref.) 
Current status of the methods of prostaglandin analysis] Lu 

XL, et al. Yao Hsueh Hsueh Pao 1985 Aug;20(8):633-40 

(54 ref.) (Chi) 

Prostaglandin and related substances] Morita I. 

Nippon Rinsho 1986 Jan;44(l): 141-6 (29 ref.) (Jpn) 

Prostaglandins in experimental vasorenal hypertension] 

Ancyparowicz S, et al. Pol Tyg Lek 1985 Dec 9; 

40(49): 13 80-4 (25 ref.) (Pol) 

'ROSTAGLANDINS E 

Prostaglandins and the phenomenon of cytoprotection in 
the digestive tract] Jurkowska G, et al. Wiad Lek 1985 
Nov 15;38(22):1577-85 (95 ref.) (Pol) 



PROSTAGLANDINS, SYNTHETIC 

Development and therapeutic role of synthetic prostaglandins 
in peptic ulcer disease. Collins PW. J Med Chem 1986 Apr; 
29(4):437-43 (68 ref.) 

PROSTAGLANDINS X 

Are the vascular complications of diabetes mellitus preceded 
by an altered thromboxane/prostacyclin plasmatic ratio? 
Tomasi V, et al. Med Hypotheses 1986 Mar;19(3):229-41 
(46 ref.) 

[Prostaglandins and the phenomenon of cytoprotection in 
the digestive tract] Jurkowska G, et al. Wiad Lek 1985 
Nov 15;38(22):1577-85 (95 ref.) (Pol) 

PROSTATIC DISEASES 

[Ultrasonography in the study of prostatic pathology] Michel 
JR, et al. J Urol (Paris) 1985;91(8):483-97 (25 ref.) 

(Fre) 

PROSTATIC NEOPLASMS 

Treatment of prostate cancer with gonadotropin-releasing 
hormone agonists. Labrie F, et al. Endocr Rev 1986 Feb; 
7(l):67-74 (39 ref.) 

Endocrine therapy for prostate cancer. Sagalowsky Al. 
Spec Top Endocrinol Metab 1985;7:101-29 (62 ref.) 

PROTEIN PRECURSORS 

[Specificity of the cleavage of peptide regulators from 
nonspecialized protein precursors] lankovskil OIu, et al. 
Zfa Evol Biokhim Fiziol 1986 Jan-Feb;22(l):ll-6 (30 ref.) 

(Rus) 

PROTEINS 

Protein metabolism in renal failure: abnormalities and possible 

mechanisms. Wassner SJ, et al. Am J Kidney Dis 1986 Apr; 

7(4):285-91 (48 ref.) 
Antigenicity of proteins and peptides. Leach SJ. 

Ann Sclavo 1 984; 1(2):2 1-45 (42 ref.) 
Protein translocation across and integration into membranes. 

Rapoport TA. CRC Crit Rev Biochem 1986;20(1):73-137 

(382 ref.) 
Intracellular protein catafaolism: state of the art. Mayer RJ, 

et al. FEBS Lett 1986 Mar 31;198(2):181-93 (170 ref.) 
Why mitochondria need a genome, von Heijne G. 

FEES Lett 1986 Mar 17;198(l):l-4 (21 ref.) 
Protein surface analysis. Methods for identifying antigenic 

determinants and other interaction sites. Hopp TP. 

J Immunol Methods 1986 Apr 3;88(1):1-18 (39 ref.) 
Production and use of antibodies against synthetic peptides. 

Walter G. J Immunol Methods 1986 Apr 17;88(2):149-61 

(68 ref.) 
Protein-sparing therapy in the postoperative period. Keller 

U, et al. World J Surg 1986 Feb; 10(1): 12-9 (55 ref.) 
[Protein and polypeptide growth factors bone- and 

cartilage-derived growth factors] Suzuki F. 

Nippon Rinsho 1986 Jan;44(l):77-83 (30 ref.) (Jpn) 

[Protein phosphorylation and inositol phospholipid 

metabolism in activated rat mast cells] Kurosawa M. 

Nippon Yakurigaku Zasshi 1986 Jan;87(l):l-9(99 ref.) (Eng. 

Abstr.) (Jpn) 

PROTEUS INFECTIONS 

[Role of bacterial adherence in urinary tract infections] 
Gromska W. Postepy Hig Med Dosw 1985 May-Jun; 
39(3):245-63 (56 ref.) (Eng. Abstr.) (Pol) 

PROTEUS MIRABILIS 

[Role of bacterial adherence in urinary tract infections] 
Gromska W. Postepy Hig Med Dosw 1985 May-Jun; 
39(3):245-63 (56 ref.) (Eng. Abstr.) (Pol) 

PROTO-ONCOGENE PROTEINS, 
CELLULAR 

Human oncogene-related proteins in urine during pregnancy 
and neoplasia. Niman HL. Clin Lab Med 1986 Mar; 
6(1): 18 1-96 (103 ref.) 

Protooncogene expression during the cell cycle. Kaczmarek 
L. Lab Invest 1986 Apr;54(4):365-76 (142 ref.) 

PROTO-ONCOGENES 

Protooncogene expression during the cell cycle. Kaczmarek 
L. Lab Invest 1986 Apr;54(4):365-76 (142 ref.) 

PRURIGO 

[Milk allergy in prurigo and urticaria] Rudzki E, et al. 
Przegl Dermatol 1985 Nov-Dec;72(6):558-62 (16 ref.) 

(Pol) 

PRURITUS 

A review of pruritus. Denman ST. J Am Acad Dermatol 

1986 Mar;14(3):375-92 (142 ref.) 



PSEUDOMONAS AERUGINOSA 

Whirlpool-associated folliculitis caused by Pseudomonas 
aeruginosa: report of an outbreak and review. Ratnam S, 
et al. J Clin Microbiol 1986 Mar;23(3):655-9 (46 ref.) 

[Pseudomonas aeruginosa in water. Its hygiene and 
epidemiology] Komzolova NB, et al. Gig Sanit 1986 Feb; 
(2):57-61 (64 ref.) (Rus) 

PSEUDOMONAS INFECTIONS 

Whirlpool-associated folliculitis caused by Pseudomonas 
aeruginosa: report of an outbreak and review. Ratnam S, 
et al. J Clin Microbiol 1986 Mar;23(3):655-9 (46 ref.) 

PSORIASIS 

[Epidermal growth factor and an experimental model of 
psoriasis] Aoyagi T. Nippon Rinsho 1986 Jan;44(l):208-15 
(26 ref.) (Jpn) 

PSYCHIATRIC STATUS RATING 
SCALES 

[The methods of measuring social adaptation in psychiatric 
and social studies. I. Concepts and definitions] Slupczyriska 
E. Psychiatr Pol 1985 May-Jun;19(3):226-32 (17 ref.) (Eng. 
Abstr.) (Pol) 

PSYCHOANALYTIC THERAPY 

Family and individual therapy: comparisons and contrasts. 
Holmes S. Br J Psychiatry 1985 Dec; 147:668-76 (43 ref.) 

PSYCHOLOGY, SOCIAL 

[Importance of medico-psychological factors in promoting 
family health and healing] Scripcaru G, et al. 
JRev Med Chir Soc Med Nat lasi 1985 Jul-Sep;89(3):475-8 
(17- ref.) (Eng. Abstr.) (Rum) 

PSYCHOMOTOR AGITATION 

Neuroleptic-associated tardive syndromes. Jeste DV, et al. 
Psychiatr Clin North Am 1986 Mar;9(l):183-92 (34 ref.) 

PSYCHOMOTOR DISORDERS 

Sensorimotor deficits related to postural stability. 
Implications for falling in the elderly. Stelmach GE, et 
al. Clin Geriatr Med 1985 Aug; 1(3): 67 9-94 (83 ref.) 

PSYCHOMOTOR PERFORMANCE 

Gait and balance in the elderly. Two functional capacities 
that link sensory and motor ability to falls. Wolfson LI, 
et al. Clin Geriatr Med 1985 Aug;l(3):649-59 (31 ref.) 

PSYCHOPHYSIOLOGIC DISORDERS 

Psychological etiology in cardiovascular disorders. Basic 

findings and new trends. Mertens C. 

Acta Psychiatr Belg 1986 Jan-Feb;86(l):5-21 (58 ref.) 
Meniere's disease: the psychosomatic hypothesis. Wexler M, 

et al. Am J Otol 1986 Mar;7(2):93-6 (42 ref.) 
Aesthetics in psychosomatic dermatology. II. Skin changes 

experienced as cutaneous disease. Giorgini S, et al. 

Clin Dermatol 1984 Oct-Dec;2(4): 188-200 (58 ref.) 
Psychosomatic dermatology. Panconesi E. Clin Dermatol 

1984 Oct-Dec;2(4):94-179 (249 ref.) 
Therapy in psychosomatic dermatology. Sarti MG, et al. 

Clin Dermatol 1984 Oct-Dec;2(4):255-73 (53 ref.) 
MMPI and headache: a special focus on differential diagnosis, 

prediction of treatment outcome, and patient-treatment 

matching. Williams DE, et al. Pain 1986 Feb;24(2): 143-58 

(19 ref.) 

PSYCHOSOMATIC MEDICINE 

Aesthetics in psychosomatic dermatology. I. Cosmetics, 
self-image, attractiveness. Melli C, et al. Clin Dermatol 
1984 Oct-Dec;2(4): 180-7 (45 ref.) 

PSYCHOTHERAPY 

The dose-effect relationship in psychotherapy. Howard KI, 
et al. Am Psychol 1986 Feb;41(2):159-64 (30 ref.) 

PSYCHOTHERAPY, BRIEF 

Brief psychotherapy methods in clinical research. Koss MP, 
et al. J Consult Clin Psychol 1986 Feb;54(l):60-7 (83 ref.) 

PSYCHOTROPIC DRUGS 

The use of psychotropic drugs in the treatment of compulsive 

opiate abusers: the rationale tor their use. Kleber HD. 

Adv Alcohol Subst Abuse 1985 Fall-1986 Winter; 

5(1-2): 103- 19 (65 ref.) 
Prescribing psychotropic agents in opiate dependency: the 

need for caution. Stimmel B. Adv Alcohol Subst Abuse 1985 

Fall-1986 Winter;5(l-2): 121-33 (57 ref.) 
Psychotropic drugs in dermatology. A review and guidelines 

for use. Gupta MA, et al. J Am Acad Dermatol 1986 Apr; 



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14(4):633-45 (67 ref.) 
Pharmacologic treatment of agitation associated with 

dementia. Risse SC, et al. J Am Geriatr Soc 1986 May; 

34(5):368-76 (143 ref.) 
[Evaluation of drugs used in geriatric neuropharmacology] 

Janicki PK, et al. Pol Tyg Lek 1985 Dec 23-30; 

40(51-52):1417-21 (25 ref.) (Pol) 

PUBERTY 

Pubertal development as a cause of disturbance: myths, 
realities, and unanswered questions. Petersen AC. 
Genet Soc Gen Psychol Monogr 1985 May;lll(2):205-32 
(99 ref.) 



PUBERTY, DELAYED 

Pathogenesis and management of abnormal puberty. 
Hopwood NJ. Spec Top Endocrinol Metab 1985;7: 175-236 
(375 ref.) 

PUBERTY, PRECOCIOUS 

Use of a potent, long acting agonist of 

gonadotropin-releasing hormone in the treatment of 

precocious puberty. Boepple PA, et al. Endocr Rev 1986 

Feb;7(l):24-33 (84 ref.) 
Pathogenesis and management of abnormal puberty. 

Hopwood NJ. Spec Top Endocrinol Metab 1985;7:175-236 

(375 ref.) 

PUBLIC POLICY 

Social policy and drug safety. Tilson HH. 
Clin Geriatr Med 1986 Feb;2(l): 165-80 (114 ref.) 

PULMONARY ALVEOLI 

[Alveolar macrophages] Firlik M. Pol Tyg Lek 1985 Dec 
2;40(48): 1354-7 (45 ref.) (Pol) 

PULMONARY ARTERY 

[Hypoxic pulmonary vasoconstriction] Kubo K, et al. 
Kokyu To Junkan 1985 Dec;33(12): 1412-21 (158 ref.) 

(Jpn) 

PULMONARY EDEMA 

Pulmonary edema in adult respiratory distress syndrome. 
Wysolmerski R, et al. Surv Synth Pathol Res 1985; 
4(3):257-68 (84 ref.) 

PULMONARY EMBOLISM 

Diagnosis of pulmonary embolism. Fulkerson WJ, et al. 
Arch Intern Med 1986 May;146(5):961-7 (94 ref.) 

PULMONARY FIBROSIS 

[Inorganic inhalants as one of the etiologic agents in 

idiopathic interstitial pneumonia] Inoue M, et al. 

Kokyu To Junkan 1985 Dec;33(12):1423-33 (146 ref.) 

(Jpn) 
[Recent advances in the study of the mechanisms of 

silica-induced pulmonary fibrosis] Koike S. 

Sangyo Igaku 1985 Nov;27(6):376-89 (122 ref.) (Eng. 

Abstr.) (Jpn) 

PUPIL 

Pupillary responses to syntactic ambiguity of sentences. 
Schluroff M, et al. Brain Lang 1986 Mar;27(2):322-44 (60 
ref.) 

PURPURA, SCHOENLEIN-HENOCH 

[Acute cholecystitis in systemic allergic vasculitis] Sorokin 
AS. Vestn Khir 1985 Dec;135(12):135-8 (37 ref.) (Rus) 

PYLORIC STENOSIS 

Intestinal motility and its disorders. Milla PJ. 
Clin Gastroenterol 1986 Jan;15(l):121-36 (51 ref.) 

PYRIDONES 

Milrinone, a new agent for the treatment of congestive heart 
failure. Hasegawa GR. Clin Pharm 1986 Mar;5(3):201-5 
(44 ref.) 

PYRIDOXAL PHOSPHATE 

Review of pyridoxal phosphate and the transaminases in liver 
disease. Vanderlinde RE. Ann Clin Lab Sci 1986 Mar- Apr; 
16(2):79-93 (78 ref.) 

PYRIMIDINES 

Buspirone: review of its pharmacology and current 
perspectives on its mechanism of action. Eison AS, et al. 
Am J Med 1986 Mar 31;80(3B):l-9 (54 ref.) 

Metabolism and disposition of buspirone. Gammans RE, et 
al. Am J Med 1986 Mar 31;80(3B):41-51 (34 ref.) 



MEDICAL REVIEWS 

Review of the side-effect profile of buspirone. Newton RE, 
et al. Am J Med 1986 Mar 31;80(3B):17-21 (9 ref.) 

QUINOLINES 

Fluorinated quinolones. A review of their mode of action, 
antimicrobial activity, pharmacokinetics and clinical 
efficacy. Janknegt R. Pharm Weekbl [Sci] 1986 Feb 21; 
8(1):1-21 (151 ref.) 

RADIATION INJURIES 

Health effects of low level radiation: carcinogenesis, 
teratogenesis, and mutagenesis. Ritenour ER. 
Semin Nucl Med 1986 Apr;16(2):106-17 (74 ref.) 

RADIOBIOLOGY 

Nuclear medicine and the environment: radiation 
interactions. Schmelter RF. Semin Nucl Med 1986 Apr; 
16(2):87-105 (72 ref.) 

RADIOISOTOPES 

Liposomes as carriers of imaging agents. Caride VJ. 

Crit Rev Ther Drug Carrier Syst 1985;l(2):121-53 (152 ref.) 
Radiolabeled leukocytes and platelets. Datz FL. 

Invest Radiol 1986 Mar;21(3):191-200 (97 ref.) 

RADIOTHERAPY 

[Importance of the value of the dose fraction and the time 
factor in radiation therapy] Zholkiver KI. 
Med Radiol (Mosk) 1986 Mar;31(3):72-9 (59 ref.) (Rus) 

READING 

Rapid alternating stimulus naming in the developmental 
dyslexias. Wolf M. Brain Lang 1986 Mar;27(2):360-79 (84 
ref.) 

RECEPTORS, ADRENERGIC 

[Role of adrenergic receptors in the regulation of lipolysis 
and in the pathogenesis of obesity] Kucio C, et al. 
Pol Tyg Lek 1985 Dec 16;40(50):1411-4 (36 ref.) (Pol) 

RECEPTORS, ADRENERGIC, ALPHA 

Evidence for and against heterogeneity of alpha 
1-adrenoceptors. Hieble JP, et al. Life Sci 1986 Apr 14; 
38(1 5): 13 39-50 (81 ref.) 

RECEPTORS, ANTIGEN, T-CELL 

The antigen-specific, major histocompatibility 
complex-restricted receptor on T cells. Marrack P, et al. 
Adv Immunol 1986;38:1-30 (146 ref.) 

T-cell clones and T-cell receptors. Fitch FW. 
Microbiol Rev 1986 Mar;50(l):50-69 (257 ref.) 

RECEPTORS, CHOLINERGIC 

Autoimmunity to cell membrane receptors. De Baets MH, 
et al. Surv Synth Pathol Res 1985;4(3):185-215 (185 ref.) 

RECEPTORS, DOPAMINE 

[Peripheral dopaminergic receptor agonists as potential drugs 
in diseases of the circulatory system] Kostowski W. 
Pol Tyg Lek 1985 Dec 23-30;40(51-52):1448-51 (35 ref.) 

(Pol) 

RECEPTORS, ENDOGENOUS 
SUBSTANCES 

1985 Armstrong lecture. Cardiovascular receptors and fluid 

volume control. Meehan JP. Aviat Space Environ Med 1986 

Mar;57(3):267-75 (64 ref.) 
A model for receptor-regulated calcium entry. Putney JW 

Jr. Cell Calcium 1986 Feb;7(l):l-12 (37 ref.) 
Epidermal growth factor, its receptor, and related proteins. 

Carpenter G, et al. Exp Cell Res 1986 May;l64(l):l-10 

(80 ref.) 
Transferrin receptor: its biological significance. May WS Jr, 

et al. J Membr Biol 1985;88(3):205-15 (150 ref.) 
Vasopressin receptor-adenylate cyclase interactions. Studies 

in an intact cultured renal epithelial cell line (LLC-PK1). 

Skorecki KL, et al. Miner Electrolyte Metab 1986; 

12(l):64-70 (26 ref.) 
[The intestinal immune system. The VIP receptor on T 

lymphocytes: a new marker of differentiation?] Fantini J, 

et al. Gastroenterol Clin Biol 1985 Dec;9(12):929-35 (50 

ref.) (Fre) 

[Growth factor receptor genes and oncogenes] Shimizu N. 

Nippon Rinsho 1986 Jan;44(l): 194-201 (44 ref.) (Jpn) 

RECEPTORS, ENDORPHIN 

[Opiate receptors] Latasch L, et al. Anaesthesist 1986 Feb- 
35(2):55-65 (44 ref.) (Eng. Abstr.) (Ger) 



RECEPTORS, HISTAMINE 

[Interaction of antidepressive drugs 
antihistaminics with central histamine rec 
theories] Nowak JZ, et al. Postepy Hig 
May-Jun;39(3):3 11-48 (182 ref.) (Eng. A 

RECEPTORS, IMMUNOLOC 

Properties of human interleukin-2 receptc 
non-lymphoid cells by cDNA transfectio 
Mol Biol Med 1984 Dec;2(6):379-96 (57 

[Role of the nervous system in the 
immunoregulation] Vainiene M, et al. 
Neurol Neurochir Pol 1985 Sep-Oct;19(5 



RECEPTORS, SENSORY 

Speculations on receptor cells as analy; 
Gesteland RC. Experientia 1986 Mar 15; 
ref.) 

RECEPTORS, SEROTONIN 

Pharmacologic modification of serotonergic 
for the study and treatment of psychi 
disorders. Fuller RW. J Clin Psychiat 
Suppl:4-8 (72 ref.) 

RECEPTORS, VIRUS 

[Bacteriophage typing of Klebsiella. I. R( 
surface structures in bacteriophage bindi 
Przondo-Hessek A. Postepy Hig Med Dos 1 
39(3):264-310 (185 ref.) (Eng. Abstr.) 

REFLEX 

1985 Armstrong lecture. Cardiovascular rei 
volume control. Meehan JP. Aviat Space E 
Mar;57(3):267-75 (64 ref.) 

REFLEX, MONOSYNAPTIC 

Differential effects of low-frequency depn 
vibration-induced inhibition, and posttet 
on H-reflexes and tendon jerks in the hum 
Van Boxtel A. J Neurophysiol 1986 Mar; 
ref.) 

REFLEX, STRETCH 

Differential effects of low-frequency depri 
vibration-induced inhibition, and posttet 
on H-reflexes and tendon jerks in the hum 
Van Boxtel A. J Neurophysiol 1986 Mar 

ref.) 

RENAL OSTEODYSTROPff 

Renal osteodystrophy in children: the rol 
phosphorus, and parathyroid hormone. < 
al. Am J Kidney Dis 1986 Apr;7(4):275- 

Management of bone disease in the dialysii 
PW, et al. Blood Purif 1985;3(l-3):27-41 

REPETITIVE SEQUENCES, 
ACID 

The role of avian retroviral LTRs in the r< 
expression and viral replication. Ju G, e 
Adv Virus Res 1985;30: 179-223 (175 ref. 

REPLANTATION 

Laboratory design in preparing for elect! 1 
surgery. Seaber AV. Hand Clin 1985 Ma 
ref.) 

RESPIRATION 

Effects of refeeding on respiration and 
function. Fraser IM. Clin Chest Med 198 
(54 ref.) 

Adaptation of respiratory muscles to acute a 
Considerations on energy and fuels. Ha 
Clm Chest Med 1986 Mar;7(l):79-89 (12 

Enteral nutritional support. Metabolic, cai 
pulmonary interrelations. Heymsfield SB 
Clin Chest Med 1986 Mar;7(l):41-67 (60 

RESPIRATORY DISTRESS 
SYNDROME, ADULT 

Mediation of ARDS by leukocytes. Clini< 

implications for therapy. Rinaldo JE. < 

89(4):590-3 (24 ref.) 
Pulmonary edema in adult respiratory di 

Wysolmerski R, et al. Surv Synth P 

4(3):257-68 (84 ref.) 



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RESPIRATORY HYPERSENSITIVITY SALMON 



Role of the parasympathetic nervous system and of 
cholinergic mechanisms in bronchial hyperreactivity. Hahn 
HL. BuU Eur Physiopathol Respir 1986;22 Suppl 7:112-42 
(123 ref.) 

RESPIRATORY INSUFFICIENCY 

[Noninvasive diagnosis of pulmonary arterial hypertension 
in chronic respiratory insufficiency] Weitzenblum E, et al. 
Rev Mai Respir 1985;2(5):263-77 (74 ref.) (Eng. Abstr.) 

(Fre) 

RESPIRATORY SYSTEM 

Factors determining hygroscopic aerosol deposition in 
airways. Morrow PE. Physiol Rev 1986 Apr;66(2):330-76 
(134 ref.) 

RESPIRATORY THERAPY 

[Medical rehabilitation in diseases of the respiratory organs] 
Schiitz I, et al. Prax Klin Pneumol 1986 Jan;40(l):5-12 (69 
ref.) (Ger) 

RESPIRATORY TRACT DISEASES 

[Medical rehabilitation in diseases of the respiratory organs] 
Schiitz I, et al. Prax Klin Pneumol 1986 Jan;40(l):5-12 (69 
ref.) (Ger) 

RESPIRATORY TRACT INFECTIONS 

Branhamella catarrhalis an emerging human pathogen. 
Doern GV. Diagn Microbiol Infect Dis 1986 Mar; 
4(3):191-201 (68 ref.) 

RESUSCITATION 

Fluid resuscitation of the thermally injured patient. Current 
concepts with definition of clinical subsets and their 
specialized treatment. Rubin WD, et al. Clin Plast Surg 
1986 Jan;13(l):9-20 ( 71 ref.) 

RETINA 

Conversion of retina glia cells into lenslike phenotype 
following disruption of normal cell contacts. Moscona AA. 
Curr Top Dev Biol 1986;20:1-19 (47 ref.) 

RETINAL VESSELS 

[Autoregulation of retinal circulation] Augustyniak E. 
Klin Oczna 1985 Oct;87(10):424-6 (17 ref.) (Eng. Abstr.) 

(Pol) 

RETINOIDS 

[Retinoids in dermatology] Quevrin F, et al. 
Rev Med Brux 1986 Feb;7(2):85-91 (40 ref.) (Eng. Abstr.) 

(Fre) 

RETROVIRIDAE 

Lymphadenopathy associated virus: its role in the 
pathogenesis of AIDS and related diseases. Montagnier L. 
Prog Allergy 1986;37:46-64 (30 ref.) 

[Oncogenes] Tsuchida N. Kokubyo Gakkai Zasshi 1985 Dec; 
52(4):607-16 (38 ref.) (Jpn) 

RETROVIRUS INFECTIONS 

Immunopathology associated with human lymphotropic 
retroviruses. Ruscetti FW. Surv Synth Pathol Res 1985; 
4(3):2 16-26 (76 ref.) 

RHEOLOGY 

Hemorheology: pathophysiological significance. Stoltz JF. 
Acta Med Port 1985 Jul-Aug;6(7-8):S4-13 (67 ref.) 

RHEUMATISM 

Recent advances in laboratory tests and the significance of 
autoantibodies to nuclear antigens in systemic rheumatic 
diseases. Nakamura RM, et al. Clin Lab Med 1986 Mar; 
6(l):41-53 (71 ref.) 

Autoantibody testing: procedures and significance in systemic 
rheumatic diseases. Fritzler MJ. 
Methods Achiev Exp Pathol 1986; 12:224-60 (115 ref.) 

RNA, VIRAL 

The role of avian retroviral LTRs in the regulation of gene 
expression and viral replication. Ju G, et al. 
Adv Virus Res 1985;30:179-223 (175 ref.) 

RUMEN 

Rumen holotrich ciliate protozoa. Williams AG. 
Microbiol Rev 1986 Mar;50(l):25-49 (274 ref.) 



Cataract as an outcome of zinc deficiency in salmon. 
Nutr Rev 1986 Mar;44(3):118-20 (7 ref.) 

SAPONINS 

[Reverse transformation of neoplastic cells and 
phytoglycosides, with special reference to redifferentiation 
induction in cancer cells by ginsenosides] Odashima S. 
Nippon Rinsho 1986 Jan;44(l):245-53 (30 ref.) (Jpn) 

SARCOMA 

[Role of chemotherapy in the treatment of soft tissue sarcoma 
in adults] Bui NB, et al. J Chir (Paris) 1986 Jan;123(l):53-8 
(34 ref.) (Eng. Abstr.) (Fre) 

SARCOMA, KAFOSI'S 

The involvement of cytomegalovirus in acquired immune 
deficiency syndrome and Kaposi 's sarcoma. Giraldo G, et 
al. Prog Allergy 1986;37:319-31 (75 ref.) 

SATIATION 

Sensory-specific satiety. Rolls BJ. Nutr Rev 1986 Mar; 
44(3):93-101 (50 ref.) 

SCALP 

Aplasia cutis congenita: a clinical review and proposal for 
classification. Frieden IJ. J Am Acad Dermatol 1986 Apr; 
14(4):646-60 (120 ref.) 

SCHEUERMANN'S DISEASE 

Dorsolumbar kyphosis or Scheuermann s disease. Wilcox PG, 
et al. Clin Sports Med 1986 Apr;5(2):343-51 (29 ref.) 

SCHIZOPHRENIA 

Childhood precursors of adult schizophrenia. Nuechterlein 

KH. J Child Psychol Psychiatry 1986 Mar;27(2):133-44 (72 

ref.) 
The natural course of schizophrenia and effective 

maintenance drug treatment. Davis JM, et al. 

J Clin Psychopharmacol 1986 Feb;6(l Suppl):2S-10S (79 

ref.) 
Depot neuroleptics: side effects and safety. Marder SR. 

J Clin Psychopharmacol 1986 Feb;6(l Suppl):24S-29S (36 

ref.) 
The efficacy of antipsychotic drugs and family therapies in 

the maintenance treatment of schizophrenia. Schooler NR. 

J Clin Psychopharmacol 1986 Feb;6(l Suppl):! 1S-19S (29 

ref.) 
Postmortem neurochemistry in schizophrenia. Bracha HS, 

et al. Psychiatr Clin North Am 1986 Mar;9(l): 133-41 (38 

ref.) 
Integrating treatments in schizophrenia. Carpenter WT Jr, 

et al. Psychiatr Clin North Am 1986 Mar;9(l): 153-64 (46 

ref.) 
Positron emission tomography. Cohen RM, et al. 

Psychiatr Clin North Am 1986 Mar;9(l):63-79 (22 ref.) 
The two-syndrome concept and neuroendocrinology of 

schizophrenia. Crow TJ, et al. Psychiatr Clin North Am 

1986 Mar ; 9(l):99-113 (74 ref.) 
Is schizophrenia a viral or immunologic disorder? DeLisi 

LE, et al. Psychiatr Clin North Am 1986 Mar;9(l):115-32 

(170 ref.) 
Differential diagnosis and diagnostic systems in 

schizophrenia. Doran AR, et al. 

Psychiatr Clin North Am 1986 Mar;9(l): 17-33 (118 ref.) 
Family stress and schizophrenia. Theory and practice. 

Falloon IR. Psychiatr Clin North Am 1986 Mar;9(l):165-82 

(32 ref.) 
Genetic vulnerability to schizophrenia. Murray RM, et al. 

Psychiatr Clin North Am 1986 Mar;9(l):3-16 (73 ref.) 
Depression, attempted suicide, and suicide in patients with 

chronic schizophrenia. Roy A. 

Psychiatr Clin North Am 1986 Mar;9(l): 193-206 (90 ref.) 
Management of chronic schizophrenic outpatients. Torrey 

EF. Psychiatr Clin North Am 1986 Mar;9(l):143-51 (16 

ref.) 
Cerebrospinal fluid studies of monoamine metabolism in 

schizophrenia, van Kammen DP, et al. 

Psychiatr Clin North Am 1986 Mar;9(l):81-97 (94 ref.) 
Relationship between CT scan findings and 

neuropsychological performance in chronic schizophrenia. 

Zee RF, et al. Psychiatr Clin North Am 1986 Mar; 

9(1):49-61 (33 ref.) 
[Computerized tomography in schizophrenia] 

Chimiak-Drozdzowska E. Psychiatr Pol 1985 Sep-Oct; 

19(5):396-401 (8 ref.) (Pol) 

SCHIZOPHRENIC PSYCHOLOGY 

[Results of studies of the social adaptation of patients with 
psychoses] Slupczynska E. Psychiatr Pol 1985 Sep-Oct; 
19(5):380-6 (55 ref.) (Pol) 

SCHOOLS, NURSERY 

[Epidemiological study of the incidence of caries and 



malocclusion in the deciduous dentition of the children in 
USL 16 nursery schools (Genoa-Levante)] Ghezzi F, et 
al. Minerva Stomatol 1986 Mar ; 35(3):107-12 (21 ref.) (Eng. 
Abstr.) (Ita) 

SEIZURES 

Camphor toxicity. Siegel E, et al. Pediatr Clin North Am 
1986 Apr;33(2):375-9 (24 ref.) 

SELECTION (GENETICS) 

[The role of natural selection in evolution] Sukhodolets VV. 
Genetika 1986 Feb;22(2):181-93 (41 ref.) (Eng. Abstr.) 

(Rus) 

SELENIUM 

Perspectives in metal carcinogenesis. I. Selenium. Fishbein 

L. Arch Geschwulstforsch 1986;56(l):53-78 (177 ref.) 
Trace metals and neoplasia. Sky-Peck HH. 

Clin Physiol Biochem 1986;4(1):99-111 (63 ref.) 
Selenium and vitamins A, E, and C: nutrients with cancer 

prevention properties. Watson RR, et al. 

J Am Diet Assoc 1986 Apr;86(4):505-10 (41 ref.) 
Vitamin E and selenium participation in fatty acid 

desaturation. A proposal for an enzymatic function of these 

nutrients. Infante JP. Mol Cell Biochem 1986 Feb; 

69(2):93-108 (152 ref.) 

SELF CARE 

Lay care in illness. Dean K. Soc Sci Med 1986;22(2):275-84 

(61 ref.) 
[Self-examination of the breast] Mikhaflov EA. 

Vopr Onkol 1986;32(3):9-17 (77 ref.) (Rus) 

SELF CONCEPT 

Aesthetics in psychosomatic dermatology. I. Cosmetics, 
self-image, attractiveness. Melli C, et al. Clin Dermatol 
1984 Oct-Dec;2(4): 180-7 (45 ref.) 

SELF-HELP GROUPS 

Lay care in illness. Dean K. Soc Sci Med 1986;22(2):275-84 
(61 ref.) 

SELF MUTILATION 

Dysesthesias and self-mutilation in humans and subhumans: 
a review of clinical and experimental studies. Levitt M. 
Brain Res 1985 Dec;357(3):247-90 (358 ref.) 

SEPTICEMIA 

Equine pediatrics: septic arthritis and osteomyelitis. Martens 
RJ, et al. J Am Vet Med Assoc 1986 Mar 15;188(6):582-5 
(19 ref.) 

SEROTONIN 

Therapeutic effects of serotonin uptake inhibitors in 

depression. Asberg M, et al. J Clin Psychiatry 1986 Apr; 

47 Suppl:23-35 (199 ref.) 
Pharmacologic modification of serotonergic function: drugs 

for the study and treatment of psychiatric and other 

disorders. Fuller RW. J Clin Psychiatry 1986 Apr;47 

Suppl:4-8 (72 ref.) 
Use of serotonergic agents in the clinical assessment of central 

serotonin function. Murphy DL, et al. 

J Clin Psychiatry 1986 Apr;47 Suppl:9-15 (77 ref.) 
Modulation of ethanol intake by serotonin uptake inhibitors. 

Naranjo CA, et al. J Clin Psychiatry 1986 Apr;47 

Suppl: 16-22 (53 ref.) 

SEROTONIN ANTAGONISTS 

Therapeutic effects of serotonin uptake inhibitors in 
depression. Asberg M, et al. J Clin Psychiatry 1986 Apr; 
47 Suppl:23-35 (199 ref.) 

Pharmacologic modification of serotonergic function: drugs 
for the study and treatment of psychiatric and other 
disorders. Fuller RW. J CISn Psychiatry 1986 Apr;47 
Suppl:4-8 (72 ref.) 

SEX 

Paths to adolescent parenthood: implications for prevention. 
Flick LH. Public Health Rep 1986 Mar-Apr;101(2):132-47 
(78 ref.) 

SEX BEHAVIOR 

Sexually related trauma: a review. Elam AL, et al. 
Ann Emerg Med 1986 May;15(5):576-84 (151 ref.) 

SEX CHROMOSOME 
ABNORMALITIES 

Fragile-X syndrome: diagnosis and research. Madison LS, 
et al. J Pediatr Psychol 1986 Mar;ll(l):91-102 (54 ref.) 



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SEX DIFFERENTIATION 

Mullerian inhibiting substance: a fetal hormone with surgical 
implications. Hutson JM, et al. Aust NZ J Surg 1985 Dec; 
55(6):599-605 (48 ref.) 

SEX HORMONES 

Gonadal regulation of hypothalamic gonadotropin-releasing 
hormone release in primates. Plant TM. Endocr Rev 1986 
Feb;7(l):75-88 (103 ref.) 

[Hormones and lupus] Compel A, et al. Rev Med Interne 

1985 Dec;6(5):543-52 (44 ref.) (Fre) 

SHOCK, SEPTIC 

[Toxic shock syndrome] Ratgauz GL, et al. 
Zh Mikrobio! Epidemiol Immunobiol 1986 Feb;(2):97-102 
(24 ref.) (Rus) 

SIGMOID NEOPLASMS 

Carcinogenesis in ureterosigtnoidostomy. Gittes RF, 
Urol Clin North Am 1986 May;13(2):201-5 (19 ref.) 

SILICOSIS 

[Recent advances in the study of the mechanisms of 
silica-induced pulmonary fibrosis] Koike S. 
Sangyo Igaku 1985 Nov;27(6):376-89 (122 ref.) (Eng. 
Abstr.) (Jpn) 

SINGLE PERSON 

Paths to adolescent parenthood: implications for prevention. 
Flick LH. Public Health Rep 1986 Mar-Apr;!01(2):132-47 
(78 ref.) 

SINUSITIS 

Sinusitis and asthma in childhood. Sotomayor JL, et al. 
Hosp Pract [Off] 1986 Apr 15;21(4):129-30, 135-6 (12 ref.) 

SKIN 

Assessment of the capacity of human subjects and S-I 

neurons to distinguish opposing directions of stimulus 

motion across the skin. Essick GK, et al. Brain Res 1985 

Dec;357(3):187-212 (61 ref.) 
Neurophysiologic and neuropsychological aspects of 

cutaneous perception. Marzi CA, et al. Gin Dermatol 1 984 

Oct-Dec;2(4):66-77 (36 ref.) 
The future is here. Cutaneous psychoneuroimmunology as 

a premise. Pane-ones! E, et al. Clln Dermatol 1984 Oct-Dec; 

2(4):78-93 (147 ref.) 
The aging skin. Gomez EC, et al. Clin Geriatr Med 1985 

Feb; 1(0:285-305 (90 ref.) 
Cutaneous immunofluorescence. Izuno GT. Clin Lab Med 

1986 Mar,6(l):85-102 (78 ref.) 

The biology of the pigmentary system and its disorders. 

Lucky PA, et ai. Dermatol Clin 1985 Apr;3(2):197-216 (40 

ref.) 
Flap physiology and the prediction of flap viability. Sloan 

GM, et al. Hand Clin 1985 Nov;l(4):609-19 (113 ref.) 
Aplasia cutis congenita: a clinical review and proposal for 

classification. Frieden IJ. J Am Acad Dermatol 1986 Apr; 

14(4):646-60 (120 ref.) 

SKIN DISEASES 

Porphyria cutanea tarda, or the uroporphyrinogen 

decarboxylase deficiency diseases. Sweeney GD. 

Clin Biochem 1986 Feb;19(l):3-15 (115 ref.) 
Aesthetics in psychosomatic dermatology. II. Skin changes 

experienced as cutaneous disease. Giorgini S, et al. 

Clin Dermatol 1984 Oct-Dec;2(4):188-200 (58 ref.) 
Psychosomatic dermatology. Panconesi E. Clin Dermatol 

1984 Oct-Dec;2(4):94-179 (249 ref.) 

Therapy in psychosomatic dermatology. Sarti MG, et al. 

Clin Dermatol 1984 Oct-Dec;2(4):255-73 (53 ref.) 
Cutaneous immunofluorescence. Izuno GT. Clin Lab Med 

1986 Mar;6(l):85-102 (78 ref.) 
Psychotropic drugs in dermatology. A review and guidelines 

for use. Gupta MA, et al. J Am Acad Dermatol 1986 Apr; 

14(4):633 T 45 (67 ref.) 
[Retinoids in dermatology] Quevrin F, et at. 

Rev Med Brux 1986 Feb;7(2):85-91 (40 ref.) (Eng. Abstr.) 

(Fre) 

SKIN DISEASES, INFECTIOUS 

Antibacterial therapy. Feingold DS, et al. 
J Am Acfld Dermatol 1986 Apr;14(4):535-48 (75 ref.) 

SKIN NEOPLASMS 

Immunology and immunotherapy of human malignant 
melanoma. Bystryn JC. Dermatol Clin 1985 Apr; 
3(2):327-34 (70 ref.) 

Chemotherapy of melanoma. Golomb FM. Dermatol Clin 

1985 Apr;3(2):335-40 (61 ref.) 

Melanoma precursor lesions and borderline melanomas. 

Briggs JC. Histopathology 1985 Dec;9(12): 125 1-62 (35 ref.) 

latrogenic effects of general anesthesia in children: 



MEDICAL REVIEWS 

considerations in treating large congenital nevocytic nevi. 
Backman ME, et al. J Dermatol Surg Oncol 1986 Apr; 
12(4):363-7 (22 ref.) 

SKULL 

Diagnosis of chromosome 3 duplication q23 qter, deletion 

p25 pter in a patient with the C (trigonocephaly) 

syndrome. Pieus M, et al. Am J Med Genet 1986 Apr; 
23(4):935-43 (21 ref.) 

SLEEP 

Orcadian rhythms in effects of hypnotics and sleep inducers. 
Reinberg A. Int J Clin Pharraacol Res 1986;6(l):33-44 (57 
ref.) 

SLEEP APNEA SYNDROMES 

[Does every 3d patient with essential hypertension have an 
undiagnosed sleep apnea syndrome?] Peter JH. 
Dtsch Med Wochenschr 1986 Apr 4;Ul(14):556-9 (35 ref.) 

(Ger) 

SMELL 

Theory and methods for odor evaluation. Beiglund B, et 

al. Expcrientia 1986 Mar 15;42(3):280-7 (104 ref.) 
Odor-guided behavior in mammals. Doty RL. Experientia 

1986 Mar 15;42(3):257-71 (212 ref.) 
Speculations on receptor cells as analyzers and filters. 

Gesteland RC. Experienlta 1986 Mar 15;42(3):287-91 (48 

ref.) 
Bacterial chemotaxis and vertebrate olfaction. Kleene SJ. 

Experientia 1986 Mar 15;42(3):241-50 (144 ref.) 
Ontogeny of the olfactory code. Mair RG. Experientia 1986 

Mar 15;42(3):213-23 (80 ref.) 
Chemistry of odor stimuli. Ohloff G. Experientia 1986 Mar 

15;42(3):271-9 (81 ref.) 
Neural correlates of odor-guided behaviors. Pager J. 

Experientia 1986 Mar !5;42(3):250-6 (49 ref.) 

SMOKING 

The contribution of smoking to sex differences in mortality. 
Waldron I. Public Health Rep 1986Mar-Apr;101(2):163-73 
(48 ref.) 

SOCIAL ADJUSTMENT 

[Results of studies of the social adaptation of patients with 
psychoses] Slupczynska E, Psychiatr Pol 1985 Sep-Oct; 
19(5):380-6 (55 ref.) (Pol) 

[The methods of measuring social adaptation in psychiatric 
and social studies. I. Concepts and definitions] Slupczynska 
E. Psychintr Pol 1985 May-Jun;19(3):226-32 (17 ref.) (Eng. 
Abstr.) (Pol) 

SOCIAL MEDICINE 

Lay care in illness. Dean K. Soc Scl Med 1986;22(2):275-84 
(61 ref.) 

SOCIOLOGY, MEDICAL 

Sociological concepts in the etiology of chronic disease: the 
case of ischemic heart disease. Siegrist J, et al. 
Soc Sci Med 1986;22(2):247-53 (50 ref.) 

SODIUM 

Relationship between energy requirements for Na+ 

reabsorption and other renal functions. Cohen JJ. 

Kidney Int 1986 Jan;29(l):32-40 (61 ref.) 
Primary active sodium transport, oxygen consumption, and 

ATP: coupling and regulation. Mandcl LJ. Kidney Int 1986 

Jan;29(l):3-9 (49 ref.) 
Sodium cotransport processes in renal epithelial cell lines. 

Rnbito CA. Miner Electrolyte Metab 1986;12(1):32-41 (59 

ref.) 
Sodium entry pathways in renal epithelial cell lines. Saier 

MH Jr, et al. Miner Electrolyte Metab 1986;12(1):42-50 

(46 ref.) 

SOFT TISSUE NEOPLASMS 

[Role of chemotherapy in the treatment of soft tissue sarcoma 
in adults] Bui NB, et al. J Chir (Paris) 1986 Jan; 123(!):53-8 
(34 ref.) (Eng. Abstr.) (Fre) 

SOMATOMEDINS 

Toxins and inhibitors in chronic renal failure. Powell D, et 

al. Am J Kidney Dis 1986 Apr;7(4):292-9 (39 ret.) 
Growth hormone, somatomedin and prolactin -relationship 

to brain function. Laron Z, et al. Brain Dev 1985; 

7(6):559-67 (42 ref.) 
Paracrine functions of somatomedins. Underwood LE, et al. 

CHn Endocrinol Metab 1986 Feb;15(l):59-77 (52 ref.) 
[Determination of blood insulin-like growth factors and its 

clinical significance] Saito S, et al. Nippon Rinsho 1986 

Jan;44(l):229-36 (31 ref.) (Jpn) 

[Protein and polypeptide growth factors somatomedin and 

insulin-like growth factor] Sasaki N, et al. 



JUL 1986 

Nippon Rinsho 1986 Jan;44(l):69-76 (40 ref.) (Jpn) 

SOMATOSENSORY CORTEX 

Assessment of the capacity of human subjects and S-l 
neurons to distinguish opposing directions of stimulus 
motion across the skin. Essick GK, et al. Brain Res 1985 
Dec;357(3):187-212 (61 ref.) 

[Disputable problems of astereognosis] Perzanowska A. 
Neurol Neurochir Pol 1985 Sep-Oct;19(5)-.420-6 (30 ret) 

(Pol) 

SOMATOSTATIN 

Intra-islet insulin-glucagon-somatostatin relationships. 

Samols E, et al. Clin Endocrinol Metab 1986 Feb; 

15(l):33-58 (110 ref.) 
Endogenous somatostatin and the gut. Lucey MR. Gut I9S6 

Apr;27(4):457-67 (94 ref.) 
[Somatostatin and gastric acid secretion] Chevalier T, et al. 

Gastroenterol Clin Biol 1986 Jan;10(l):34-40 (75 ref.) 

(Fre) 

SOMATOTROPIN 

Growth hormone, somatoraedin and prolactin relationship 
to brain function. Laron Z, et al. Brain Dev 198$; 
7(6):559-67 (42 ref.) 

SPACE FLIGHT 

A review of the psychological aspects of space flight. 
Christensen JM, et al. Aviat Space Environ Med 1986 Mar; 
57(3):203-12 (90 ref.) 

SPEECH 

Vocal affect expression: a review and a model for future 
research. Scherer KR. Psychol Bull 1986 Mar;99(2):143-6S 
(120 ref.) 

SPERMATOGENESIS 

Nuclear proteins in spermatogenesis. Grimes SR Jr. 
Comp Biochem Physiol [B] 1986;83(3):495-500 (62 ref.) 

SPINAL CORD 

Multiple axon collaterals of single corticospinal uxons in the 
cat spinal cord. Shinoda Y, et al. J Ncurophysiol 1986 Mar; 
55(3):425-48 (59 ref.) 

SPINAL CORD INJURIES 

Neuropeptidcs and central nervous system injury. Clinical 

implications. Faden Al. Arch Neurol 1986 May;43(5):50I-4 

(81 ref.) 
Molecular and anatomical correlates of spinal cord injury. 

Banik ML, et al. Cent Nerv Syst Trauma 1985 Summer; 

2(2):99-107 (52 ref.) 
The therapeutic effects of drugs in injured central nervous 

system. Pappius HM. Cent Ncrv Syst Trauma 1985 Summer; 

2(2):93-8 (60 ref.) 
The role of calcium in spinal cord injury. Young W. 

Cent Ncrr Syst Trauma 1985 Sumrner;2(2):109-14 (39 ref.) 

SPINAL INJURIES 

Spinal manipulative therapy in sports medicine. Haldemnii 
S. Clin Sports Med 1986 Apr;5(2):277-93 (66 ref.) 

The treatment of soft tissue after spinal injury. Sawyer M, 
et al. din Sports Med 1986 Apr;5(2):387-405 (57 ref.) 

SPINAL NERVE ROOTS 

Epidural steroid injections for low back pain and lumbosaornl 
radiculopathy. Benzon HT. Pain 1986 Mur;24(3):277-95 (87 
ref.) 

SPINAL OSTEOPHYTOSIS 

[Hyperostotic disease] Ariel J, et al. Rev Med Interne 1985 
Dec;6(5):553-64 (48 ref.) (Fre) 

SPINE 

Spinal manipulative therapy in snorts medicine. Haldeman 
S. Clln Sports Med 1986 Apr;5(2):277-93 (66 ref.) 

SPLENECTOMY 

[Septic risk after splenectoray: indications for prevention] 
Bouza E, et al. Med CHn (Bare) 1986 Jan 11;86(1):2J-30 
(175 ief.) (Spa) 

SPONDYLITIS, ANKYLOSING 

[Diagnosis and therapy of ankylosing spondylitis] 
Komatsubara Y. Nippon Seikeigeka Gakka! Zasshl 1985 
Nov;59(ll):10l5-28 (33 ref.) (Jpn) 

SPORES, FUNGAL 

Formation and germination of fungal arthroconidia. Bnrrera 



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CR. CRC Crlt Rev Microbiol 1986;12(4):27!-92 (83 ref.) 
Conidiogenesis of fungi pathogenic for man. Campbell CK. 
CRC Crit Rev Microbiol 1986;12(4):321-41 (102 ref.) 

SPORTS 

Profiling children for sports participation. Goldberg B, et 
al. Clln Sports Med 1984 Jan;3(l):153-69 (94 ref.) 

Profiling the hypertensive patient in sports. Zabetaids PM. 
Clln Sports Med 1984 Jan;3(l):137-52 (59 ref.) 

Weightlifting, weight training and injuries. Basford JR. 
Orthopedics 1985 Aug;8(8):1051-6 ( 34 ref.) 

SPORTS MEDICINE 

Spinal manipulative therapy in sports medicine. Haldeman 

S. Clin Sports Med 1986 Apr;S(2):277-93 (66 ref.) 
The body composition profile. Techniques of measurement 

and applications. Katch FI, et al. Clin Sports Med 1984 

Jan;3(l):31-63 (43 ref.) 
Cardiovascular profiling. Squires RW, et al. 

Clin Sports Med 1984 Jan;3(l): 11-29 (48 ref.) 

SRS-A 

Leukotrienes and their possible significance for the 
pathogenesis of asthma. Verhagen J, et al. 
Allergol Immunopathol (Madr) 1985 Nov-Dec;13(6):531-7 
(61 ref.) 

STAPHYLOCOCCAL INFECTIONS 

Present problems of staphylococcal infections in hospital. 
Mouton RP. Ncth J Med 1986;29(3):92-9 (87 ref.) 

[Antibacterial therapy in surgery of the biliary tract (a review 
of the literature)] Ermolov AS, et al. Khirurgila (Mosk) 
1986 Feb;(2): 137-42 (80 ref.) (Rus) 

STATISTICS 

Graphical tool for comparing ratios proposed in the literature 
on traffic accidents. Parunak A, et al. Accid Anal Prcv 1985 
Apr;17(2):87-100 (41 ref.) 

STEM CELLS 

Embryo-derived stem cells: a tool for elucidating the 
developmental genetics of the mouse. Bradley A, et al. 
Curr Top Dcv Biol 1986;20:357-71 (50 ref.) 

On neuronul and glial differentiation of a pluripotent stem 
cell line, RT4-AC: a branch determination. Sueoka N, et 
al. Ciirr Top Dev Ulol 1986;20:211-2! (25 ref.) 

STEREOGNOSIS 

[Disputable problems of astereognosis] Perzanowska A. 
Ncurol Neurochir Pol 1985 Sep-Oct;19(5):420-6 (30 ref.) 

(Pol) 

STEROIDS 

The biosynthesis of triterpenoids und steroids. Harrison DM. 
Not Prod Rep 1985 Dec;2(6):525-60 (434 ref.) 

STOMACH DISEASES 

[Use of pathognomic, specific and nonspecific symptoms for 
diagnosing ulcers and other stomach diseases] Tkach lul. 
Lab Delo 1986;(3).-185-7 (18 ref.) (Eng. Abstr.) (Rus) 

STOMACH NEOPLASMS 

[Trehalase in human pathology] Tomaszewski L, et al. 
Postepy Hig Med Dosw 1985 May-Jun;39(3):349-61 (54 
ref.) (Eng. Abstr.) (Pol) 

STOMATITIS, HERPETIC 

Treatment of mucocutaneous herpes simplex infections. 
Seidlin M, et al. Ciin Dcrmatol 1984 Apr-Jun;2(2):IOO-16 
(147 ref.) 

STRESS 

The halothane sensitivity locus and its linkage relationships. 
Archibald AL, et al. 

Anim Blood Groups Biochem Genet 1985;16(4):253-63 (57 
ref.) 

STRESS, PSYCHOLOGICAL 

Family stress and schizophrenia. Theory and practice. 

Falloon IR. Psychiatr Clin North Am 1986 Mar;9(l):16S-82 

(32 ref.) 
[Significance of the concepts of stress and behavioral type 

in epidemiologic population research on cardiovascular 

diseases] Ivan A, et al. 

Rev Med Chlr Soc Med Nat lasi 1985 Jul-Sep;89(3):537-41 

(0 ref.) (Rum) 

SUBCLAVIAN ARTERY 

Subclavian artery supply disruption sequence: hypothesis of 
a vascular etiology for Poland, Klippel-Feil, and Mobius 



anomalies. Bavinck JN, et al. Am J Med Genet 1986 Apr; 
23(4):903-18 (62 ref.) 

SUBSTANCE ABUSE 

Pharmacokinetic determinants of drug abuse and dependence. 

A conceptual perspective. Busto U, et al. 

Clin Pharmacokinet 1986 Mar-Apr;ll(2):144-53 (63 ref.) 
Substance abuse: clinical identification and management. 

Kulberg A. Pediatr Clin North Am 1986 Apr;33(2):325-61 

(118 ref.) 

SUBSTANCE DEPENDENCE 

Pharmacokinetic determinants of drug abuse and dependence. 
A conceptual perspective. Busto U, et al. 
CUn Pharmacokinet 1986 Mar-Apr;ll(2):144-53 (63 ref.) 

SUBSTANCE WITHDRAWAL 
SYNDROME 

[Withdrawal symptoms after discontinuation of 
beta-adrenolytic drugs] Markiewicz A, et al. 
Pol Tyg Lek 1985 Dec 23-30;40(5 1-52): 1452-5 (36 ref.) 

(Pol) 

SUICIDE, ATTEMPTED 

Depression, attempted suicide, and suicide in patients with 
chronic schizophrenia. Roy A. 
Psychiatr Clin North Am 1986 Mar;9(l):193-206 (90 ref.) 

SULFITES 

Sulfite sensitivity. Sirnon RA. Ann Allergy 1986 Apr; 
56(4):281-8 (36 ref.) 

SULFONAMIDES 

The antimicrobial activities of trimethoprim and 
sulfonamides. Uurman LG. Scand J Infect Dis 1986; 
18(1):3-13 (51 ref.) 

SUPPRESSOR CELLS 

[Antigen-specific suppressor factors serology, structure and 
function] Skibiriski G. Postepy Hig Med Dosw 1985 
May-Jun;39(3):229-44 (96 ref.) (Eng. Abstr.) (Pol) 

SUPPRESSOR FACTORS, 
IMMUNOLOGIC 

[Antigen-specific suppressor factors serology, structure and 
function] Skibinski O. Postepy Hig Med Dosw 1985 
May-Jun;39(3):229-44 (96 ref.) (Eng. Abstr.) (Pol) 



SURGERY, OPERATIVE 

Wound healing in surgical practice. Gupta S, et al. 

Q Med Rev 1985 Jan;36(l):l-43 (114 ref.) 
Perioperative parenleral nutrition in the stressed diabetic 

patient. Vandewoude MF, ct al. World J Surg 1986 Feb; 

10(l):72-6 (14 ref.) 

SURGICAL FLAPS 

Z-plasties and related procedures for the hand and upper 

limb. Furnas DW. Hand Clin 1985 Nov;l(4):649-65 (42 

ref.) 
Myocutaneous and fasciocutaneous flaps in the upper limb. 

Him FP, et al. Hand Clln 1985 Nov;l(4):759-68 (35 ref.) 
Free flap coverage of the hand. Hiug DN, et al. 

Hand Clin 1985 Nov;l(4):741-58 (49 ref.) 
Vascularized free flap transfer in the upper limb. Ikuta Y. 

Hand Clin 1985 May;l(2):297-309 (44 ref.) 
Local flaps to the hand. Lister G. Hand Clin 1985 Nov; 

1(4):621-40 (37 ref.) 
Island flaps of the hand. Markley JM Jr. Hand Clin 1985 

Nov;l(4):689-99 (51 ref.) 
Flap physiology and the prediction of flap viability. Sloan 

GM, et al. Hand Clin 1985 Nov;l(4):609-19 (113 ref.) 

SURGICAL WOUND INFECTION 

[Antibacterial therapy In surgery of the biliary tract (a review 
of the literature)] Ermolov AS, et al. Khirurgila (Mosk) 
1986 Feb;(2): 137-42 (80 ref.) (Rus) 

SWIMMING 

Profiling swimmers. Marino M. Clin Sports Med 1984 Jan; 
3(l):211-29 (86 ref.) 

SWINE DISEASES 

The halothane sensitivity locus and its linkage relationships. 
Archibald AL, et al. 

Anim Blood Groups Biochem Genet 1985;16(4):253-63 (57 
ref.) 

SYMPATHETIC NERVOUS SYSTEM 

Adrenergic activity and myocardial anatomy and function 



in essential hypertension. Muiesan G, et al. 
J Hypertension [Suppl] 1985 Dec;3(4):S45-50 (52 ref.) 
[Role of the nervous system in the processes of 
immunoregulation] Vainiene M, et al. 
Neurol Neurochir Pol 1985 Sep-Oct;19(5):432-7 (30 ref.) 

(Pol) 

SYMPATHOLYTICS 

Biobehavioral sequellae associated with adrenergic-inhibiting 
antihypertensive agents: a critical review. Rosen RC, et 
al. Health Psychol 1985;4(6):579-604 (110 ref.) 

SYNAPSES 

Channel-blocking mechanism ensures specific blockade of 
synaptic transmission. Skok VI. Ncuroscience 1986; 
17(l):l-9 (60 ref.) 

On the mechanism of acetylcholine release. Dunant Y. 
Prog Ncurobiol 1986;26(l):55-92 (231 ref.) 

SYNAPTIC RECEPTORS 

[Antidepressant drags and central monoaminergic receptors] 
Asakura M, et al. Vakubutsu Seishin Kodo 1985 Dec; 
5(4):303-19 (143 ref.) (Eng. Abstr.) (Jpn) 

SYNDACTYLIA 

Subclavian artery supply disruption sequence: hypothesis of 
a vascular etiology for Poland, Klippel-Feil, and MSbius 
anomalies. Bavinck JN, et al. Am J Med Genet 1986 Apr; 
23(4):903-18 (62 ref.) 

SYNOVIAL MEMBRANE 

[The mediopatellar synovial plica] Eiskjaer S. 
Ugeskr Laeger 1986 Mar 10;148(ll):635-8 (30 ref.) (Eng. 
Abstr.) (Dan) 

SYPHILIS 

Syphilis. Crissey JT, et al. Clin Derraatol 1984 Jan-Mar; 
2(1):1-166 (492 ref.) 

SYPHILIS SERODIAGNOSIS 

Specific immunoglobulin M and G antibodies in the rapid 
diagnosis of human treponemal infections. Muller F. 
Diagn Immunol 1986;4(I):l-9 (71 ref.) 

TACHYCARDIA 

Cardiac surgical techniques for treating intractable 

ventricular tachyarrhythmias. Wetsiein L. 

P R Health Sci J 1985 Jun;4(2):101-7 (54 ref.) 
[Surgical treatment of resistant forms of ventricular 

tachycardia] Bokeriia LA, et al. Grudn Khir 1986 Jan-Feb; 

(l):59-<54 (68 ref.) (Rus) 

TEARS 

Tear analysis in contact lens wearers. Farris RL. 
Trans Am Ophthalmol Soc 1985;83:50l-45 (212 ref.) 



TERATOMA 

Cancer of the testis: a new paradigm. Einhorn LH. 
Hosp Pract [Off] 1986 Apr 15;21(4):165-72, 175-8 (6 ref.) 

TESTICULAR HORMONES 

Mullerian inhibiting substance: a fetal hormone with surgical 
implications. Hutson JM, et al. Aust NZ J Snrg 1985 Dec; 
55(6):599-605 (48 ref.) 

TESTICULAR NEOPLASMS 

Cancer of the testis: a new paradigm. Einhorn LH. 

Hosp Pract [Off] 1986 Apr 15;21(4):165-72, 175-8 (6 ref.) 
Fertility after radiotherapy for testicular cancer. Fossa SD. 

Prog CHn Blol Res 1985;203:703-12 (13 ref.) 
[Germinal tumors of the testis] Droz JP. J Urol (Paris) 1985; 

91(8):499-508 (79 ref.) (Eng. Abstr.) (Fre) 

TESTIS 

Paracrine control of the testis. Sharpe RM. 
Clin Endocrine! Mctab 1986 Feb; 15(1): 185-207 (108 ref.) 

[Peptide factors of gonadal autoregulation] Neamtu C. 
Rev Med Chir Soc Med Nat lasi 1985 Jul-Sep;89(3):542-4 
(0 ref.) (Rum) 

TETRAHYDROFOLATE 
DEHYDROGENASE 

Methotrexate resistance and gene amplification. Mechanisms 
and implications. Schimke RT. Cancer 1986 May 15; 
57(10):1912-7 (52 ref.) 

THALAMUS 

[Fiber connections of the thalamus] Niimi K. 
Kaftogaku Zasshi 1985 Jun;60(3):153-64 (71 ref.) (Eng. 



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Abstr.) 

THEOPHYLLINE 

Effects of enprofylline and theophylline may show the role 
of adenosine. Persson CO, et a!. Life Sci 1986 Mar 24; 
38(12):1057-72 (136 ref.) 

THORACIC RADIOGRAPHY 

Computed tomography of the thorax. O "Donovan PB, et a!. 
Cleve Clin Q 1985 Winter;52(4)::541-8 (37 ref.) 

THORACIC SURGERY 

[Paravertebral analgesia after intra-thoracic surgery] 
Lavrent'ev luA. Ancsteziol Reaniniatol 1986 Jan-Feb; 
(l):65-8 (96 ref.) CRus) 

THROMBOPHLEBITIS 

Effectiveness of anticoagulants. Hirsh J. 
Semin Thromb Hemost 1986 Jan;12(l):21-37 (96 ref.) 

THROMBOSIS 

Intracardiac thrombi and systemic embolization. Meltzer RS, 
et al. Ann Intern Mcd 1986 May;l04(5):689-98 (96 ref.) 

THROMBOXANE A2 

Are the vascular complications of diabetes mellitus preceded 
by an altered thromboxnne/prostacyclin plasnmtic ratio? 
Tomasi V, et al. Mcd Hypotheses 1986 Mar;19(3):229-41 
(46 ref.) 

THUMB 

Polydactyly. Simmons BP. Hand Clin 1985 Aug;l(3):545-65 
(86 ref.) 

THYMOMA 

Pathology of thymic epithelial tumors. Miiller-Hermelink 
HK, et al. Clirr Top Pathol 1986;75:207-68 (113 ref.) 

THYMUS GLAND 

Neural crest and thymic myoid cells. Nakamura H, et al. 

Curr Top Dcv Biol 1986;20:lll-5 (18 ref.) 
Thymic atrophy anil immune deficiency in malnutrition. 

Dourov N. Curr Top Pnthol 1986;75:127-50 (127 ref.) 
Cellular differentiation of lymphoid subpopuhuions and their 

microeiivironmeiHs in the human thymus. Janossy O, et 

al. Curr Top Pathol 1986;75:89-125 (127 ref.) 
Pathology of the thymus in immunodeficiency states. Nezelof 

C. Curr Top Pathol 19S6;75:151-77 (109 ret) 
Changes in the human thymus during aging. Steinmann GO. 

Curr Top Pnthol 1986;75:43-88 (224 ref.) 
The development of the human thymus microenvironment. 

von Giiudeckcr B. Curr Top Pnthol 1986;75:i-41 (152 ref.) 
The thymus in myasthenia gravis. Wekerie H, et al. 

Curr Top Pathol 1986;75: 179-206 (116 ref.) 
[Structure of the thymus, immune status and the pathological 

process] Ivanovskaia TE, et al. Arkh Patol 1986;48(l):3-9 

(21 ref.) (Eng. Abstr.) (Rus) 

THYMUS NEOPLASMS 

Pathology of thymic epithelial tumors. Miiller-Hermelink 
HK, ct al. Curr Top Pathol 1986;75:207-68 (113 ref.) 

THYROID HORMONES 

Estimation of free thyroid hormone concentrations in the 

clinical laboratory. Wilke TJ. Clin Cheni 1986 Apr; 

32(4):585-92 (100 ref.) 
Alternative routes of peptide hormone administration. 

Pontiroli AE, et al. Spec Top Endocrinol Metah 1985; 

7:77-99 (120 ref.) 
[Thyroid hormones] Morita S, et al. Nippon Rinsho 1986 Jan; 

44(1):135-40 (37 ref.) (Jpn) 

THYROIDITIS, LYMPHOMATOUS 

Autoimmune thyroid disease a perspective. Volpe R. 
Mol Biol Mcd 1986 Feb;3(l):25-51 (160 ref.) 

THYROTROPIN 

[Protein and polypeptide growth factors adrenal 
cortex-stimulating hormone and thyroid-stimulating 
hormone] Tamura Y, et al. Nippon Rinsho 1986 Jn; 
44(l):89-93 (25 ref.) (Jpn) 

THYROXINE 

[Neutrophils of the peripheral blood and thyroid hormones] 
Hrycek A, et al. Endokrynol Pol 1985;36(4):235-9 (39 ref.) 

(Pol) 

TOBACCO 

The reemergence of smokeless tobacco. Connolly ON, et 



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(Jpn) al. N Engl J Med 1986 Apr 17;314(16):1020-7 (159 ref.) 



TOBACCO USE DISORDER 

The reemergence of smokeless tobacco. Connolly ON, et 
al. N Engl J Med 1986 Apr 17;314(16):1020-7 (159 ref.) 

TOGAVIRIDAE 

Mosquito cell cultures and the study of arthropod-borne 
togaviruses. Igarashi A. Adv Virus Res 1985;30:21-42 (169 
ref.) 

TOMOGRAPHY, EMISSION 
COMPUTED 

Positron emission tomography. Cohen RM, et al. 
Psychiatr Clln North Am 1986 Mar;9(l):63-79 (22 ref.) 

TOMOGRAPHY, X-RAY COMPUTED 

The role of computed tomography in the diagnosis and 

management of lung cancer. An overview. Heitzman ER. 

Chest 1986 Apr;89(4 Suppl):237S-241S (27 ref.) 
Computed tomography of the thoiax. O Donovan PB, et al. 

Cleve Clin Q 1985 Winter;52(4):54l-8 (37 ref.) 
A method for volume determination of the orbit and its 

contents by high resolution axial tomography and 

quantitative digital image analysis. Cooper WC. 

Trans Am Ophthalmol Soc 1985;83:546-609 (90 ref.) 
[Computerized tomography in schizophrenia] 

Chimiak-Drozdzowska E. Psychiatr Pol 1985 Sep-Oct; 



19(5):396-401 (8 ref.) (Pol) 

TOOTH, DECIDUOUS 

[Epidemiological study of the incidence of caries and 
malocclusion in the deciduous dentition of the children in 
USL 16 nursery schools (Genoa-Levante)] Ghezzi F, et 
al. Minerva Stomatol 1986 Mar;35(3):107-12 (21 ref.) (Eng. 
Abstr.) (Its) 

TOOTH ROOT 

The impact of research on scaling and root planing. OT-erry 
TJ. J Periodontol 1986 Feb;57(2):69-75 (80 ref.) 

[Effect of root surface deminerali/ation on the formation of 
new attachment] Larjava H, et al. Proc Finn Dent Soc 1986; 
82(l):24-34 (72 ref.) (Eng. Abstr.) (Fin) 

TOXICOLOGY 

Role of the toxicology laboratory in suspected ingestions. 
Hepler B, et al. Pcdiatr din North Am 1986 Apr; 
33(2):245-<iO (59 ref.) 

TOXINS 

Toxins mid inhibitors in chronic renal failure. Powell D, et 
al. Am J Kidney Dis 1986 Apr;7(4):292-9 (39 ref.) 

TOXOIDS 

[Anti-toxin vaccines] Alouf JE. 

Ann Inst Pasteur Microbiol 1985 Nov-Dcc;136B(3):309-21 
(70 ref.) (Frc) 

TRACE ELEMENTS 

Trace metals and neoplasia. Sky-Peck HH. 

Clin Physiol Biochem 1986;4(l):99-lll (63 ref.) 
[Microelements in human and cowls milk] Davydova IV. 

Pediatrlia 1986 Feb;(2):68-72 (37 ref.) (Rus) 



JUL 1986 

Luborsky L, et al. J Consult Clin Psychol 19gs F& 

54(l):39-47 (68 ref.) 

TRANSFERRIN 

Transferrin receptor: its biological significance. May WS Jf 
et al. J Membr Biol 1985;88(3):205-15 (150 ref.) 

[Transferring Kimura I. Nippon Rinsho 1986 Janj44(tV15fr-t! 
(67 ref.) ' (Jp) 

TRANSLOCATION (GENETICS) 

Molecular genetics of human B cell neoplasia. Croce CM, 
et al. Adv Immunol 1986;38:245-74 (51 ref.) 

TREHALASE 

[Trehalase in human pathology] Tomaszewski L, et al. 
Postepy Hig Mcd Dosw 1985 May-Jun;39(3):349-6l (54 
ref.) (Eng. Abstr.) (Pel) 

TREPONEMAL INFECTIONS 

Specific immunoglobulin M and G antibodies in the npH 
diagnosis of human treponemal infections. Miillcr p 
Diagn Immunol 1986;4(l):l-9 (71 ref.) 

TRIAZINES 

Pentamethylmelaminc: review of an aqueous analog ol 
hexamethylmelamine. Foster BJ, et al. 
Cnnccr Treat Rep 1986 Mr;70(3):383-9 (37 ref.) 

TRIGLYCERIDES 

Medium-chain triglyccridcs (MCT) for total parenlws! 
nutrition. Wolfram G. World J Surg 1986 I ; eb;f(KU 3J-1 
(23 ref.) 

TRIIODOTHYRONINE 

[Neutrophils of the peripheral blood and thyroid hormonal 
Hrycek A, et al. Endohrynol Pol 1985;36(4):23S-*> (W ref) 

(Ml 

TRIMETHOPRIM 

The antimicrobial activities of triniuthoprmi sr.j 
sulfonamides. Rurnimi I.G Sound J Infec( IHs I5H( 
I8(l):3-13 (51 ref.) 

TRISOMY 

Trisomy 14 iiui.saici.sni in a liveborn male: clinicul rcrul*r 
review of the liienilurL-. Kaplan LC, el al. 
Am J Med Genet l')86 Apr;2J(4):925-3() (17 ref. I 

TRITERPENES 

The biosynthesis ol triterpeuoids and steroids, Hutn^on UV 
Nat Prod Rep I9K5 l)w;2(ft):525-6() (4.14 rcf.t 

TRYPANOSOMA 

The molecular biology of mitigcnic vaii.tlii n j 

trypanosumes: gctn: rearrangements ami (IKi'mium,!-, 

transcription Oe Lum>u '!'. Int Rev Cytol 1'Htti '!') ,( II 
(127 ref.) 

TRYP ANOSOM ATIDAE 

Kinetoplast DNA in trypanosomid flagellates. Smir-.'n I 
Int Rev Cytol 1986;99:1 19-79 ( 135 ref.) 



TRANQUILIZING AGENTS, MAJOR TRYPANOSOMIASIS, BOVINE 



The natural course of schizophrenia and effective 

maintenance drug treatment. Davis JM, et al. 

J Clin Psychopharmncol 1986 Feb;6(l Suppl):2S-10S (79 

ref.) 
Depot neuroleptics: side effects and safety. Harder SR. 

J Clin Psychopharmacol 1986 Feb;6(l Suppl):24S-29S (36 

ref.) 
The efficacy of antipsychotic drugs and family therapies in 

the maintenance treatment of schizophrenia. Schooler NR. 

J Clin Psychopharmaco! 1986 Feb;6(l Suppl):llS-19S (29 

ref.) 
Neuroleptic-associated tardive syndromes. Jeste DV, et al. 

Psychiatr Clin North Am 1986 Mar;9(l):183-92 (34 ref.) 

TRANQUILIZING AGENTS, MINOR 

Review of the side-effect profile of buspirone. Newton RE 
et al. Am J Mcd 1986 Mar 31;80(3B):17-21 (9 ref.) 

TRANSFECTION 

Properties of human interleukin-2 receptors expressed on 
non-lymphoid cells by cDNA transfection. Sabe H, et al 
Mol Biol Mcd 1984 Dec;2(6):379-96 (57 ref.) 



Natural resistance to African trypunosominsis. Ilie!;n,t, (j 
Parasite Immunol 1986 Jan;8(l):l-10 (41 ref.) 

TUMOR STEM CELLS 

Differentiation of embryonal carcinoma cells: ciimfntinir 
reversibility, and refractoriness. Sherman MI. 
Curr Top Dev Biol 1986;20:345-56 (35 ref.) 

On neuronal and glial differentiation of a pluritxireM y, 
cell line, RT4-AC: a branch determination. Sueoka X 
al. Curr Top Dev Biol 1986;20:211-21 (25 ref.) 

TUMOR VIRUS INFECTIONS 

[Papilloma viruses: group-specific antigens within 
the oral mucosa] Gogusev J, et al. 
Rev Stomatol Chir Maxillofac 1986;87(1): 14-24 
(Eng. Abstr.) 

ULNA 

Congenital ulnar deficiency. Natural history and 
implications. Johnson J, et al. Hand Clln 19SS 
1(3):499-510 (38 ref.) A 



TRANSFERENCE (PSYCHOLOGY) ULTRASONIC DIAGNOSIS 



Advent of objective measures of the transference concept. 



Artifacts in ultrasound imaging. Kremkau FW, el al 
J Ultrasound Med 1986 Apr;5(4):227-37 (55 ref.) 



'.1 

If 



JUL 1986 



[Ultrasonography in the study of prostatic pathology] Michel 
JR, et al. J Urol (Paris) 1985;91(8):483-97 (25 ref.) 

(Fre) 

UNEMPLOYMENT 

Health consequences of youth unemployment. Sanford MN, 
et al. Aust NZ J Psychiatry 1985 Dec;19(4):427-32 (42 ref.) 

UNITED STATES FOOD AND DRUG 
ADMINISTRATION 

Food and Drug Administration regulation of medical device 

biotechnology, and food and food additive biotechnology. 

Kahan JS, et al. Appl Blochem Biotcchnol 1985 Dec; 

11(6):507-16 (24 ref.) 
Social policy and drug safety. Tilson HH. 

Clin Geriatr Med 1986 Feb;2(l):165-80 (1 14 ref.) 

UREMIA 

Is there a treatment necessity for lipid disorders of uremic 
patients? Lacour B, et al. Blood Purif 1985,-3(l-3):42-51 
(91 ref.) 

Are recent findings on 1,25-dihydroxycholecalciferol 
metabolism relevant for the pathogenesis of uremia? Mcrke 
J, et al. Nephron 1986;42(4):277-84 (98 ref.) 

URETERAL NEOPLASMS 

Carcinogenesis in ureterosigmoidostomy. Giltes RF. 
Urol Clln North Am 1986 May;13(2):201-5 (19 ref.) 

URETERAL OBSTRUCTION 

Urinothorax: report of 4 cases and review of the literature. 
Salcedo JR. J Urol 1986 Apr,135(4):805-8 (23 ref.) 

URETHANE 

Suitability of urethane anesthesia for physiopharmacoiogical 
investigations in various systems. Part 2: Cardiovascular 
system. Maggi CA, el al. Expcrlentia 1986 Mar 15; 
42(3):292-7 (59 ref.) 

URETHRAL NEOPLASMS 

Primary malignant melanoma of female urethra: report of 
a case and review of the literature. Yoshida K, et al. 
Hinyokika Klyo 1986 Jan;32(l): 105-11 (16 ref.) 

URINARY CALCULI 

[Non-iuvasive (rcatment of urimiry lithiasis. I. Systemic 
chemolysis) Gaston de Iriarte E, et ul. Actas Urol Esp 1985 
Nov-Dec;9(6):455-64 (36 ref.) (Spa) 

[Non-invasive treatment of urinary lithiasis. II. Local 
chemolysis] Gasl6n de Iriarle E, et al. Actas Urol Esp 1985 
Nov-Dec;9(6):465-8 (33 ref.) (Spa) 

URINARY DIVERSION 

Stoinai construction and reconstruction. Bloom DA, et al. 

Urol Clin North Am 1986 May;13(2):275-83 (65 ref.) 
Carcinogenesis in ureterosigmoidostomy. Gittes RF. 

Urol Clin North Am 1986 May;13(2):201-5 (19 ref.) 
Heal and jejunal conduit urinary diversion. Hampel N, et 

al. Urol Clin North Am 1986 May;!3(2):207-24 (33 ref.) 
Metabolic complications of urologic intestinal suhstitutes. 

Kosko JW, et al. Urol Clin North Am 1986 May; 

13(2):193-200 (48 ref.) 
Bladder substitution in children. Robertson CM, et al. 

Urol Clin North Am 1986 May;13(2):333-44 (38 ref.) 
Right colocystoplasty for bladder replacement. Zinman L, 

et al. Urol Clin North Am 1986 May ; 13(2):32I-3l (41 ref.) 

URINARY TRACT INFECTIONS 

[Role of bacterial adherence in urinary tract infections] 
Gromska W. Postcpy Hig Med Dosw 1985 May-Jun; 
39(3):245-63 (56 ref.) (Eng. Abstr.) (Pol) 

URINE 

Urinothorax: report of 4 cases and review of the literature. 
Salcedo JR. J Urol 1986 Apr;135(4):805-8 (23 ref.) 

UROGENITAL NEOPLASMS 

Oncogenes: a review with relevance to cancers of the 
urogenital tract. Peehl DM, et al. J Urol 1986 May; 
135(5):897-904 ( 155 ref.) 

URTICARIA 

[Milk allergy in prurigo and urticaria] Rudzki E, et al. 
Przegl Dermatol 1985 Nov-Dec;72<6):558-62 (16 ref.) 

(Pol) 

VACCINATION 

Vaccination: its birth, death and resurrection. Eighth Bumet 
lecture of the Australian Academy of Science, 1985. Fenner 
F. Aust J Exp Biol Mcd Sci 1985 Dec;63 ( Pt 6):607-22 



MEDICAL REVIEWS 

(35 ref.) 

Prevention of herpes simplex virus diseases in man. Epstein 
JS, et al. Clin Dermatol 1984 Apr- Jun;2(2): 133-46 (107 ref.) 

VACCINES 

Vaccination: its birth, death and resurrection. Eighth Burnet 
lecture of the Australian Academy of Science, 1985. Fenner 
F. Aust J Exp Biol Med Sci 1985 Dec;63 ( Pt 6):607-22 
(35 ref.) 

Plasmodium falciparum antigens as target molecules for a 
protective immunization against malaria: an up-to-date 
review. Heidrich HG. Z Parasitenkd 1986;72(1):1-11 (75 
ref.) 

[A new approach to vaccine development: anti-idiotypic 
vaccines] Lambert PH, et al. Ther Umsch 1986 Feb; 
43(2): 155-9 (9 ref.) (Eng. Abstr.) (Fre) 

nolecular biology: targetting of a vaccine] 
Ther Umsch 1986 Feb;43(2): 148-54 (21 



WOUND HEALING 



VIRAL VACCINES 



Pre 1 



[Immunology and molecular biology: targetting of a vaccine] 
Perrin LH, et al. 
ref.) (Eng. Abstr.) (Fre) 

VACCINIA VIRUS 

Vaccination: its birth, death and resurrection. Eighth Burnet 
lecture of the Australian Academy of Science, 1985. Fenner 
F. Aust J Exp Biol Med Sci 1985 Dec;63 ( Pt 6):607-22 
(35 ref.) 

The 2-5A system and vaccinia virus. Esteban M, et al. 
Prog Clin BJol Res 1985;202:25-34 (26 ref.) 

VARIATION (GENETICS) 

Patterns and correlates of genetic variation in South 
Amerindians. OUourke DH, et al. Ann Hum Biol 1986 
Jan-Feb;13n):13-31 (83 ref.) 

[Heterogeneity and variability of Vibrio cholerae eltor 
populations and their role in the development of epidemic 
processes] Beliakov VD, et al. 

Zh Mikrobiol Epidemiol Immunobiol 1986 Feb;(2):91-7 (56 
ref.) <Rus) 

VASCULAR DISEASES 

Diagnostic study of vascular lesions. Roman LA. 
Hand Clin 1985 May;l(2):217-31 (65 ref.) 

VASOCONSTRICTION 

[Hypoxic pulmonary vasoconstriction] Kuho K, et al. 
Kokyu To Junkan 1985 Dec;33(I2):1412-21 (158 ref.) 

(Jpn) 

VASODILATOR AGENTS 

[Evaluation of drugs used in geriatric neuropharmacology] 
Janicki PK, et al. Pol Tyg Lck 1985 Dec 23-30; 
40(51-52):1417-21 (25 ref.) (Pol) 

VASOPRESSINS 

Vasopressin receptor-adenylate cyclase interactions. Studies 
in an intact cultured renal epitheliu! cell line (LLC-PK1). 
Skoreoki KL, ct al. Minor Electrolyte Mctab 1986; 
12(1):64-70 (26 ref.) 

VEINS 

Physiology of venous return. An unappreciated boost to the 
heart. Rothe CF. Arch Intern Med 1986 May;146(5)-.977-82 
(52 ref.) 

VENTILATION-PERFUSION RATIO 

[The autonomous nervous system and pulmonary circulation. 
Stimulation of chemoreceptors and ventilation/perfusion 
ratios] Lockhart A. Rev Ma) Respir 1985;2 Suppl l:S3-9 
(63 ref.) (Eng. Abstr.) (Fre) 

VENTRICULOGRAPHY, CEREBRAL 

[Computerized tomography in schizophrenia] 
Chimiak-Drozdzowska E. Psychiatr Pol 1985 Scp-Oct; 
19(5):396-401 (8 ref.) (Pol) 

VERTEBRATES 

Histaminergic mechanisms in the vertebrate visual system. 
Nowak JZ. Pol J Pharmacol Pharm 1985 Nov-Dec; 
37(6):783-819 (138 ref.) 

VIBRIO CHOLERAE 

[Heterogeneity and variability of Vibrio cholerae eltor 
populations and their role in the development of epidemic 
processes] Beliakov VD, et al. 

Zh Mikrobiol Epidemiol Immunobiol 1986 Feb;(2):91-7 (56 
ref.) (Rus) 

VIOLENCE 

Psychopathology and violence: a review of literature. 
Krakowski M, et al. Ct 



27(2): 13 1-48 (75 ref.) 



Compr Psychiatry 1986 Mar-Apr; 



revention of herpes simplex virus diseases in man. Epstein 
JS, et a!. Clin Dermatol 1984 Apr-Jun;2(2): 133-46 (107 ref.) 



VIRUS DISEASES 

Viral diarrhoea. Davidson GP. Clln Gastrocnterol 1986 Jan; 

15(l):39-53 (69 ref.) 
Is schizophrenia a viral or immunologic disorder? DeLisi 

LE, et al. Psychiatr Clin North Am 1986 Mar;9(l):115-32 

(170 ref.) 

VIRUS REPLICATION 

An unusual replication strategy of an animal iridovirus. Murti 
KG, et al. Adv Virus Res 1985;30:1-19 (83 ref.) 

Interferon induced inhibition of enveloped viruses. 
Maheshwari RK, et al. Prog Clin Biol Res 1985;202:297-305 
(28 ref.) 

VISION 

Histaminergic mechanisms in the vertebrate visual system. 
Nowak JZ. Pol J Phnrmucol Pharm 1985 Nov-Dec; 
37(6):783-819 (138 ref.) 

VISUAL CORTEX 

Excitatory amino acid transmitters in neuronal circuits of 
the cat visual cortex. Tsumoto T, et al. J Neurophysiol 
1986 Mar;55(3):469-83 (61 ref.) 

VISUAL PERCEPTION 

Maintaining posture and avoiding tripping. Optical 
information for detecting and controlling orientation and 
locomotion. Owen DH. Clln Geriatr Mcd 1985 Aug; 
l(3):581-99 (67 ref.) 

VITAMIN A 

Selenium and vitamins A, E, and C: nutrients with cancer 
prevention properties. Watson RR, ct al. 
J Am Diet Assoc 1986 Apr;86(4):505-I0 (41 ref.) 

VITAMIN B 12 

The biosynthesis of porphyrins, chlorophylls, and vitamin 
B12. Leeper FJ. Nat Prod Hep 1985 Dec;2(6):561-80 (198 
ref.) 

VITAMIN D 

Renal osteodystrophy in children: Hie role of vitamin D, 
phosphorus, tind parathyroid hormone. Chesney RW, et 
al. Am J Kidney Dls 1986 Apr;7(4):275-84 (46 ref.) 

Metabolism and siles of action of vitamin D in the kidney. 
Kawashima H, el al. Kidney Int 1986 Jan;29(l):98-107 (109 
ref.) 

VITAMIN E 

Selenium and vitamin* A, E, and C: miirienls with cancer 

prevention properties. Watson RR, et al. 

J Am Diet Assoc 1986 Apr;86(4):505-10 (41 ref.) 
Vitamin E and selenium participation in fatty acid 

desaturation. A proposal for an enzymatic function of these 

nutrients. Infante JP. Mol Cell Bioclicm 1986 Feb; 

69(2):93-l08 (152 ref.) 
Interactions of vitamin E and calcium in chemical 

cytotoxicity. Nulr Kcv 1986 Mar;44{3):117-8 (7 ref.) 

VITAMIN E DEFICIENCY 

Vitamin E and selenium participation in fatty acid 
desaturation. A proposal for an enzymutic function of these 
nutrients. Infante JP. Mol Cell itlochcm 1986 Feb; 
69(2):93-I08 (152 ref.) 

WATER-ELECTROLYTE BALANCE 

1985 Armstrong lecture. Cardiovascular receptors and fluid 
volume control. Meelian JH. Avlat Space Environ Mcd 1986 
Mar;57(3):267-75 (64 ref.) 

WATER MICROBIOLOGY 

[Pseudomonas aeruginosn in water. Us hygiene and 
epidemiology] Komzolova NI3, et al. Gig Sanit 1986 Feb; 
(2):57-61 (64 ref.) (Rus) 

WORK 

[Effect of precision work on the eye] Chernysheva SG. 
Vcstn Oftalmol 1986 ,Ian-Feb;102(l):59-62 (74 ref.) 

(Rus) 

WOUND HEALING 

Wound healing in surgical practice. Gupta S, et al. 

Q Med Rev 1985 Jan;36(l):l-43 (114 ref.) 
Morphology of healing in vascular prostheses. Rahlf G, et 

al. Thorac Cardiovasc Surg 1986 Feb;34(l):43-8 (45 ref,) 



37 



WOUNDS AND INJURIES MEDICAL REVIEWS JUL 



WOUNDS AND INJURIES 

Sexually related trauma: a review. Elam AL, et al. 

Ann Emerg Med 1986 May;15(5):576-84 (151 ref.) 
Fall injuries in the elderly. Baker SP, et al. 

Clin Gcriatr Med 1985 Aug;l(3):501-12 (28 ref.) 
New aspects of parenteral nutrition with fat emulsions in 

injured patients. Kleinberger G. World J Surg 1986 Feb; 

10(l):20-32 (48 ref.) 
[Work capacity of persons injured in traffic accidents. 

Temporary disability (a review of the literature)] 

laremenko DA, et al. Ortop Travmatol Protez 1986 Jan; 

(l):69-72 (35 ref.) (Rus) 

XANTHINES 

Effects of enprofylline and theophylline may show the role 
of adenosine. Persson CO, et al. Life Sci 1986 Mar 24; 
38(12): 1057-72 (136 ref.) 

XENOPUS LAEVIS 

Differential commitment of hemopoietic stem cells localized 
in distinct compartments of early Xenopus embryos. 
Katagiri C, et al. Curr Top Dev Biol 1986;20:3 15-23 (23 
ref.) 

XEROPHTHALMIA 

Duke-Elder lecture. Prospects for the dry eye. Bron AJ. 
Trans Ophthalmol Soc UK 1985;104 ( Pt 8):801-26 (145 
ref.) 

ZINC 

Toward a molecular understanding of zinc metabolism. 

Cousins RJ. Clln Physiol Biochenl 1986;4(1):20-30 (46 ref.) 
Zinc and its deficiency diseases. Evans GW. 

Clin Physiol Biochem 1986;4(l):94-8 (30 ref.) 
Cataract as an outcome of zinc deficiency in salmon. 

Nutr Rev 1986 Mar;44(3): 118-20 (7 ref.) 
Clinical, endocrinologic, and biochemical effects of zinc 

deficiency. Prasad AS. Spec Top Endocrine] Metab 1985; 

7:45-76 (100 ref.) 

ZOLLINGER-ELLISON SYNDROME 

[Omeprazolc a drug-blocking proton pump of the parietal 
cells of the stomach] Sosnowski M. Pol Tyg Lek 1985 Dec 
23-30;40(51-52): 1469-72 (43 ref.) (Pol) 



38 



JUL 1986 



INDEX MEDICUS 



SUBJECT SECTION 



A-23187 

PHARMACODYNAMICS 

Ultrastructural study of the effect of calcium ionophore, 

A23187, on rat muscle. Yoshimura T, et al. 

Acta Neuropathol (Bcrl) 1986;69(3-4):184-92 
Role of proslaglandin release in the response of tight epithelia 

to Ca2+ ionophores. Erlij D, et al. Am J Physiol 1986 

Apr;250(4 1't l):C629-36 
Effect of the calcium ionophore A23187 on superoxide 

generation in phorbol ester stimulated human neutrophils. 

Strnad CF, et al. Can J 1'hysiol Pharmacol 1985 Dec; 

63(12):1543-6 
Mitogen dose-dependent effect of weak pulsed 

electromagnetic field on lymphocyte blastogencsis. Conti 

P, et al. FEES Lett 1986 Apr 7;199(l):130-4 
Interdependent effects of the ionophore A23187 and serum 

on the serotonin N-acetyltransferase activity of cultured 

chick pineal glands. Wainwright SD, et al. 

J Pineal Res 1985;2(3):271-85 

A FIBERS sec NERVE FIBERS, MYELINATEO 

ABATE see under INSECTICIDES, 
ORGANOTHIOPHOSPHATE 

ABATTOIRS 

O fever among slaughterhouse workers California. 
MMWR 1986 Apr 1 J;3S(14):223-6 

[Occupational health and other industrial factors influencing 
disease status in a slaughter and processing industry] 
Pcissij-er M, el al. Z Gcsamtc Hyg 1986 Jan;32(l):19-21 
(Eng. Abstr.) <Ger) 

ABBREVIATIONS 

Initial reaction In FRMTs ill the CML [letter] Menkes JS. 
Ann Emcru Mcd 196 My;15(5):609 

ABDOMEN 

Prospective investigation of radiologic methods in the 

diagnosis of inlra-abdominal abscesses. Lundstcdt C, et al. 

Ada Radiol [Diagn] (Stockli) 196 Jan-Feb;27( 0:49-54 
CT features of mtrnalxlnminal abscesses: prediction of 

successful percutaneous drainage. Jaques P, et al. AJR 1986 

May;!46(5):1041-5 
F-alsc-positivc leukocyte imaging. A case of colon carcinoma. 

Oauman JM, et al. Clin Nucl Meil 1986 Mar;ll(.l):211-2 
Abdominal patterns of indium-Ill labeled leukocyte 

imaging. Carrier L, et al. Clin Nucl Mcd 1986 Mar, 

ll(3):!53-7 
A fatal flaw in Sutton's law. Kassirer JP, et al. 

llnsp I'ract [Off] 1986 Apr 15;21(4):65-74 
Abdominal pain in six -year-olds: an epiduniological study 

in a new town. Faull C, et al. 

J Child Psycho! Psychiatry 1986 Mar;27(2):251-60 
Abdominal pain in pregnancy. Ellsbury KB. J I'nm Pract 

1986 Apr;22(4):365-71 
Juxlapancreatic intestinal duplications with pancreatic ductal 

communication: a cause of pancreatitis and recurrent 

abdominal pain in childhood. Hlack PR, et al. 

J Pediatr Surg 1986 Mar;21(3):257-61 
Comparison of operative and percutaneous catheter drainage 

of intraabdominal abscesses. Moessner SP, ct al. 

Nebr Mcd J 1986 Jan;71(l):7-12 
Giant lymph nodes in the mesentcric root. An unusual cause 

of abdominal discomfort [letter] De Geus HA, et al. 

Nctli J Surg 1986 Feb;38(l):23-4 
Abdominal abscess drainage under radiologic guidance: 

causes of failure. Lang EK, et al. Radiology 1986 May; 

159(2):329-36 . 

[Abdominal pain in the child. Attempt at psychological 

interpretation] Abramowicz C, et al. 

Ann Pediatr (Paris) 1986 Jan;33(l):45-50 (Eng. Abslr.) 

(Fre) 
[Hydrocholecystis, unrecognized cause of painful abdominal 

crises in patients with sickle cell anemia] Cabrol S, et al. 

Arch Fr Pediatr 1985 Dec;42(10):859-61 (Eng. Abstr.) 

(Fre) 
[Long-term presence of a. foreign body in the abdominal 

cavity] Antoniuk SM, et al. Klin Khir 1986;(1):64 (Rus) 
[Abdominal hypothermia in the treatment of postoperative 



peritonitis] Tatishvili GG, et al. Vestn Khir 1985 Dec; 
135(12):139-42 (39 ref.) (Hs) 

ANATOMY & HISTOLOGY 

[Evolution of uterine height and abdominal circumference 
in normal pregnant women] da Cunha SP, et al. 
Rev Paul Med 1985 Sep-Ocf,103(5):231-4 (Eng. Abstr.) 

(Por) 

PHYSIOLOGY 

Extra-abdominal pressure alters food intake, intragastric 

pressure, and gastric emptying rote. Geliebter A, et al. 

Am J Physiol 1986 Apr;250(4 Pt 2):R549-52 
Differential recruitment of expiratory muscles during 

opossum development. Farber JP. J Appl Physiol 1986 Mar; 

60(3):841-5 



RADIOGRAPHY 

The value and 



cost effectiveness of abdominal 

rocntgenogriims in the evaluation of stab wounds to the 



abdomen. Kester DE, ct al. Surg Gynecol Obstet 1986 Apr; 
162(4):337-9 

RADIONUCLIDE IMAGING 

Guide to abdominal abscess drainage [letter] Wing VW, et 

al. AJR 1986 May;146(5):1099 
Diffuse thoracoiibdommal radioactivity seen in bone imaging. 

Shih WJ, et al. Clin Nucl Med 1986 Apr;ll(4):254-8 

SURGERY 

Single dose prophylaxis with metronidazole in infants during 
abdominal surgery: n pharmncokinetic study. Rubenson A, 
et al. Eur J Clin Pharmacol 1986;29(5):625-8 

Stretching after abdominal surgery [letter] Wilson B. 
Lancet 1986 Apr 5;1(8484):810 

[Effect of normal spontaneous respiration and CPAP 
respiration on the behavior of arterial blood gases and 
imrapulnionary right-left shunt in geriatric patients 
following upper abdominal interventions] Sukic P. 
Annestlicsiol Rcanim 1985;1()(5).261-70 (Eng. Abstr.) 

(Gcr) 

[1 effectiveness of electroacupunclurc in combined analgesia 
in abdominal surgery] Ponomarcnko TP, et al. 
Anestcziol Rcanimntol 1986 Jmi-l-eb;(l):10-3 (Eng. Abstr.) 

(Rus) 

[Drainage of the abdominal cavity] Kacliurovskil IS. 
Klin Khir I9S6;(I):63 (Rus) 

[Experimental and clinical use of a single-row absorbable 
suture in abdominal surgery] SolomkoAV, et al. 
Klin Khir 1986;(l):4-6 (Eng. Abstr.) (Rus) 

ABDOMEN, ACUTE 

[Medical records in acute abdomen. Effective registration 
of clinical findings] Ulvik NM, ct al. 
TidssUr Nor I.acscforcn 1986 Fell 10;106(4):298-300, 303 
(Eng,. Abstr.) (Nor) 

COMPLICATIONS 

[Clinicopathological conference. Polyarthritis and acute 
abdomen in a young man] Pettersson T. Duodecim 1986; 
102(4):247-56 (Fin) 

DIAGNOSIS 

Case report: nltrasonographic demonstration of portal vein 
thrombosis in the acute abdomen. Show PJ, et al. 
Cliu Radiol 1986 Jan;37(l):101-2 

Intraperitoneal haemorrhage from a ruptured corpus luteum. 
A cause of 'acute abdomen' in women. Sivanesaratnam V, 
et al. Mcd J Aust 1986 Apr 14;144(8):411, 413-4 

[Bellyache or acute abdomen?] Vervest HA, et al. 
Ned Tijdschr Gcnecskd 1986 Mar 8;130(10):425-7 (Out) 

[Acute abdomen caused by Anisakis larvae (letter)] Mravak 
S, et al. Dtsch Med Wochenschr 1986 Apr 18;1H(16):642 

(Ger) 

[Echography in general surgery. Potentialities of this new 
diagnostic technic in abdominal emergencies] Beltrani B, 
et al. Minerva Chir 1986 Feb 28;41(3-4):119-23 (Eng. 
Abstr.) a) 

[Laparoscopic local thermometry in acute inflammatory 
diseases of the organs of the abdominal cavity] Dalgat DM, 
et al. Klin Med (Mosk) 1986 Jan;64(l):110-2 (Eng. Abstr.) 



(Rus) 

ETIOLOGY 

Infarction of the greater omentum. Elusive cause of acute 
abdominal pain. Baxter NS, et al. Postgrad Med 1986 Apr; 
79(5): 141-3, 146 

SURGERY 

Cefotetan compared with gentamicin and tinidazole in acute 

abdominal surgery. Tanner AG, et al. J Hosp Infect 1986 

Jan;7(l):49-59 
Emergency surgery and refractory immune 

thrombocytopenic purpura. A case report. Jacobs P, et al. 

S Afr Med J 1986 Mar l;69(5):321-2 
[Ischemic spinal cord necrosis in epidural anesthesia a case 

report] Jacobi K, et al. Anaesthesia! Reanlm 1985; 

10(5):299-305 (Eng. Abstr.) (Gcr) 

THERAPY 

[Experiences with intensive therapy of acute septic abdomen) 
Mayrhofer O, et al. Anacsthcslol Rcanim 1985;10(1):29-40 
(Eng. Abstr.) (Ger) 

ABDOMINAL CRAMPS see COLIC 

ABDOMINAL INJURIES 

COMPLICATIONS 

[Isolated rupture of the small intestine in abdominal 
contusions] Dewulf E. Acta Cliir Uclg 1986 Jan-Feb; 
86(l):13-5 (Eng. Abstr.) (Fre) 

[Traumatic retroplacental hematomas] I.ouis E, et al. 
Rev Fr Gynccul Obstet 1986 Feb;81(2):63-5 (Eng. Abstr.) 

(Fre) 

DIAGNOSIS 

[Mistakes in the diagnosis and treatment at the prc-hospitul 
and hospital stages of patients with injuries of the 
abdominal organs and locomotor system] Trubnikov VF, 
et nl. Ortop Travmatol Prntez 1986 Jn;(!):20-5 (Eng. 
Abstr.) <'<> 

[Laparoscopic detection of closed abdominal injuries in 
children] Roshal 1 LM, ct ul. Pcdiutriia 1986 Feli;(2):42-4 

(Rus) 

[Echotomographic diagnosis in complicated tibdominul 
contusions] Mac Kiimon J. Rev Chil Pediatr 1985 Jul-Aug; 
56(4):238-42 (Eng. Abstr.) (Spa) 

RADIOGRAPHY 

The diagnostic value of computed tomography in a selected 
case of penetrating thoraco-abdominal injury. Meyer li, 
et al. ,1 Trauma 1986 Apr;26(4):393-5 

The value and cost effectiveness ol abdominal 
roentgenogrums in the evaluation of stab wounds to the 
abdomen. Kester DE, et al. Surg Gynccol Obstet 1986 Apr; 
162(4):337-9 

SURGERY 

[Open and closed injuries of the abdomen (review of 107 
surgically treated cases)] Di Chio R, et al. 
Ann Osp Maria Vittoria Torino 1984 Jul-Dec; 
27(7-12):227-39 (Eng. Abstr.) (Ha) 

THERAPY 

[Abdominal injuries] Kocon T, et al. Wlad I.ek 1985 Nov 
15;38(22): 1556-61 (Eng. Abstr.) (Pol) 



ABDOMINAL NEOPLASMS 

COMPLICATIONS 

[Association of severe intestinal villous atrophy and 
abdominal non-Hodgkin lymphoma. Apropos of 3 cases] 
Aguercif M, et al. Helv Paedintr Acta 1985;40(6):441-8 
(Eng. Abstr.) < Fre > 

[Malignant hemangiopericytoma with a hypoglycemic 
syndrome (letter)] Asai M, et al. Rev Paul Med 1985 
Scp-0ct;103(5):270-l 



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ABDOMINAL NEOPLASMS 

DIAGNOSIS 

Abdominal splenosis mimicking abdominal carcinomatosis. 

Neri A, et al. Eur J Obstet Gynccol Reprod Biol 1986 Mar; 

21(3): 177-9 
Infected suture granuloma simulating mass of urachal origin: 

case report. Katz PG, et al. J Urol 1986 Apr;135(4):782-3 
Abdominal lesions: a prospective study of clinical efficacy 

of percutaneous fine-needle biopsy. Bret PM, et al. 

Radiology 1986 May;159(2):345-6 

FAMILIAL & GENETIC 

Familial neuroblastoma. Case reports, literature review, and 
etiologic considerations. Kushner BH, et al. Cancer 1986 
May l;57(9):1887-93 

PATHOLOGY 

[Cytological variants of lymphosarcoma in children] Peterson 
IS. Gematol Transfuziol 1986 Jan;3i(l):29-33 (Eng. Abstr.) 

(Rus) 

RADIOGRAPHY 

Hepatocellular carcinoma presenting as primary extrahepatic 
mass on CT. Longmaid HE 3d, et al. AJR 1986 May; 
146(5): 1005-9 

SECONDARY 

Aggressive resection of metastatic disease in selected patients 
with malignant gastrinoma. Norton JA, et al. Ann Surg 
1986 Apr;203(4):352-9 

SURGERY 

[Clinical structure of the pain syndrome after inferior 
laparotomy in cancer patients] Beliaev DG. 
Anesteziol Reanlmatol 1986 Jan-Feb;(l):17-20 (Eng. 
Abstr.) (Rus) 

VETERINARY 

Chondrifying fibrosarcoma in the abdominal cavity of a 
bovine aborted fetus. Sato S, et al. 
Nippon Juigaku Zasshi 1986 Feb;48(l):173-5 

ABDOMINAL WALL 

Magnetic resonance characteristics of an abdominal desmoid 
tumor. Hamlin DJ, et al. Comput Radio! 1986 Jan-Fcb; 
10(l):ll-3 

[Musculo-aponeurotic fibromatosis: a clinicopathological 
analysis of 32 cases] Zhang XB, et al. 
Chung Him Wai Ko Tsa Chih 1985 Oct;23(10):633-5, 640 
(Eng. Abstr.) (Chi) 

ANATOMY & HISTOLOGY 

[Comparative anatomical study of the dia- and metazonal 
abdominal pterygial muscles and related nerves of the 
Mustelus shark] Tanaka S, et al. Kaibogaku Zasshi 1985 
Apr;60(2):78-89 (Eng. Abstr.) (Jpn) 

SURGERY 

[Principles of surgery for diffuse peritonitis. Management of 

the abdominal wall] Levy E, et al. Ann Chir 1985 Nov; 

39(8):547-53 (Eng. Abstr.) (Fre) 

[Use of the greater omentum for covering large deperitonized 

areas] Speranzini MB, et al. Rev Paul Med 1985 Sep-Oct; 

103(5):254-8 (Eng. Abstr.) (For) 

TRANSPLANTATION 

Use of the rectus abdominis muscle flap in urological 
reconstructive procedures. Robertson CN, et al. J Uroi 
1986 May;135(5):963-5 

ABDUCENS NERVE 

Amelioration of ophthalmoplegic migraine by prcdnisone: 

a case report. Smith CD, et al. Headache 1986 Feb; 

26(2):93-4 
Abducens nerve paralysis: a potential presentation of 

sphenoid sinus cancer. Moore GF, et al. 

Otolaryngol Head Neck Surg 1986 Feb;94(2):249-53 

CYTOLOGY 

Afferents to the abducens nucleus in the monkey and cat. 

Langcr T, et al. J Comp Neurol 1986 Mar 15;245(3):379-400 
Distribution of motor and internuclear neurons in abducens 

nucleus of the cat. Kairada K. Jpn J Ophthalmol 1985; 

29(4):453-9 

ABELSON LEUKEMIA VIRUS see under MOUSE 
LEUKEMIA VIRUSES 

ABERRANT TISSUE see CHORISTOMA 

ABETALIPOPROTEINEMIA 

Abetalipoproteinemia. A case report. Ozsoylu S, et al. 
Turk J Pediatr 1985 Oct-Dec;27(4):231-6 



INDEX MEDICUS 

COMPLICATIONS 

Oral vitamin E supplements can prevent the retinopathy of 
abetalipoproteinaemia. Runge P, et al. Br J Ophthalmol 
1986 Mar;70(3):I66-73 

ABILITY see APTITUDE 

ABNORMALITIES 

DIAGNOSIS 

Outcome in infants born to mothers with unexplained 

elevations of maternal serum alpha-fetoprotein. Burton BK, 

et al. Pediatrics 1986 Apr;77(4):582-6 
[Genetic diagnosis and counseling in perinatal death] Skovby 

F Ueeskr Laeger 1986 Mar 17;148(12):699-700 (Eng. 

Abstr.) (Dan) 

[5-year experience in the echographic diagnosis of structural 

abnormalities of the fetus] Yurad C, et al. 

Re? Chil Obstet Ginecol 1984;49(6):369-99 (Eng. Abstr.) 

(Spa) 

EMBRYOLOGY 

Effects of sera from Cohen, genetically determined diabetic 
rats, streptozotocin diabetic rats and sucrose fed rats on 
in vitro development of early somite rat embryos. Ornoy 
A, et al. Diabetes Res 1986 Jan;3(l):43-51 

ETIOLOGY 

Is vomiting during pregnancy teratogenic? Klebanoff MA, 

et al. Br Med J [Clin Resf 1986 Mar 15;292(6522):724-6 
Rubella vaccination and pregnancy: preliminary report of 

a national survey. Sheppard S, et al. 

Br Med J [Clin Res] 1986 Mar 15;292(6522):727 
Case-control surveillance system of congenital anomalies in 

relation to occupational exposures. Czeizel A. 

Prog Clm Biol Res 1986;207:195-9 

FAMILIAL & GENETIC 

The etiology of congenital cardiovascular malformations: 
observations on genetic risks with implications for further 
birth defects research. Ferencz C. J Med 1985; 
16(5-6):497-508 

OCCURRENCE 

Parental occupation and birth outcome in an agricultural 

community. Schwartz DA, el al. 

Scand J Work Environ Health 1986 Feb;!2(l):51-4 
Comparison of two statistical techniques for the surveillance 

of birth defects through a Monte Carlo simulation [letter] 

Chen R. Stat Med 1986 Jan-Feb;5(l):98-9 

PREVENTION & CONTROL 

A little bit of obstetrics for all of us. Herbert WN. 
NC Med J 1986 Feb;47(2):68 

VETERINARY 

Herd problem of abortions and malformed calves attributed 
to bovine viral diarrhea. Ross CE, et al. 
J Am Vet Med Assoc 1986 Mar 15;188(6):618-9 

ABNORMALITIES, DRUG-INDUCED 

see related 
TERATOGENS 

Teratogenic effect of semicarbazide in Wistar rats, de la 
Fuente del Rey M. Biol Neonate 1986;49(3): 150-7 

An aborted human fetus with truncus arteriosus 
communis possible teratogenic effect of Tedral. Matsuoka 
R, et al. Heart Vessels 1985 Aug;l(3):176-8 

Teratological studies of hydroxypropylmethylcellulose 
acetate succinate in rats. Hoshi N, et al. J Toxicol Sci 1985 
OctjlO Suppl 2:203-26 

Anticoagulation during pregnancy. Pillans PI, et al. 
S Afr Med J 1986 Apr 12;69(8):469 

[Fetal intrautcrine death and fetal malformation induced by 
trypan blue in rats] Ema M, et al. 
Eisei Shikcnjo Hokoku 1985;(103):101-3 (Eng. Abstr.) 

(Jpn) 

[Detection and quantification of adverse reactions on the 
embryo and the fetus: studies and registries of congenital 
malformations] Laporte JR, et al. Med Clin (Bare) 1986 
Jan ll;86(l):31-5 (Spa) 

ETIOLOGY 

In vitro studies on the embryotoxic potential of 
(bis[tri-n-butyltin])oxide in a limb bud organ culture 
system. Krowke R, et al. Arch Toxicol 1986 Feb;58(3):125-9 

[Drugs in pregnancy and lactation] Lauritzen C. 
Zentralbl Gynakol 1986;108(3):137-54 (Eng. Abstr.) 

(Ger) 

[Teratogenic potential of the fungicide SN.350 in rats 
(Wistar). I. The processing of the results on the M-18 
computer] Isac RM. Rev Med Chir Soc Med Nat lasi 1985 
Jul-Sep;89(3):455-61 (Eng. Abstr.) (Rum) 

OCCURRENCE 

The risk of fetal anomalies as a result of progesterone therapy 



JULHfe 

during pregnancy. Check JH, et al. Fertll Steril 1986 Ai 

45(4):575-7 ? 

PATHOLOGY 

Teratogenic effects of L-asparaginase in rat embryos in v 
Sanfeliu C, et al. Acta Anat (Basel) I986;125(3):lil-ffi* 

PREVENTION & CONTROL 

Is social drinking during pregnancy harmless? lUtlteM J 
Adv Alcohol Subst Abuse 1985 Fall-1986 Wa 

5(l-2):221-6 

ABNORMALITIES, MULTIPLE 

A moment in human development: legal protection, rises 
standards and social policy on the selective non-lie",B!a 
of handicapped neonates. Gostin L. Am J Law Mtd Wfi 

1 1 / t \.1 1 "7O 



Russell-Silver syndrome. A case report. Yu SS. 

Chin Med J [Engl] 1985 Sep;98(9):698-9 
Cerebral gigantism with hydronephrosis: a case report. Ada 

KA, et al. Clin Genet 1986 Feb;29(2): 178-80 
Pierre Robin anomaly with an accessory metacarpa! cf fe 

index fingers. The Catel-Manzke syndrome. Dlgura R 

et al. Clin Genet 1986 Feb;29(2):168~73 
Malposition of the ovary associated with uterine awssaSs 

Rock JA, et al. Fcrtil Steril 1986 Apr;45(4):56l-J 
Ectrodactyly, ectodermal dysplasia and cleft lip i 

Yap HK, et al. J Singapore Pactliatr Soc 1985;27i 
The association of hypertension, the Ask-Upmark 

other congenital abnormalities. Zezulkn AV, ct si 

J Urol 1986 May;135(5):1000-l 
Management of retinal detachment in the Wagner-Soda 

syndrome. Billington BM, et al. 

Trans Ophthalmol Soc UK 1985;104 ( Pi 8) Hi- 
[The legal and ethical problems associated with lite fei 

of a severely malformed individual] Mittohner M 

Ccsk Zdrav 1986 Mar;34(3):108-13 (Eng. AhHr > Cw 
[Aglossia-adactylia. Apropos of a case. Rcvie* cf tt 

literature] Schuhl JF. Ann Pediatr (Parltl lW f^ 

33(2);137-40 (Eng. Abstr.) rjtj 

COMPLICATIONS 

Further reports of urinary tract involvement n IK. 

syndrome [letter] Osier W. Am J DIs Child I<iV, Kit 

140(5):411 
Delayed gastric emptying and chronic dinrrhca in it pra 

with oculodentodigital dysplasia syndrome. Ici.as Os 

J Pediatr Gastroentcrol Nutr 1986 Mar-Apr, !(Ji '' " 

DIAGNOSIS 

Limb-body wall complex: in utern sonoanipHii it- .&r. r.i 

a complicated feial malformation. I'nttcn KM, rt ) 

AJR 1986 May;146(5):1019-24 
Congenital hand anomaly: etiology unit si *,, 

malformations. Goldbrrg MJ, et al. Ilnnil din J*'! a. 

1(3):405-I5 (45 ref.) 
Opitz trigonocephaly syndrome and terminal lr.w%rt 

reduction defects. Fryns JP, et al. Helv I'liccllAlr AtH* \\ 

40(6):485-8 
Antenatal diagnosis of frontal ccphalocclc in a SV:,i i. 

atelosteogenesis. Chcrvcnak FA, et al. 

J Ultrasound Med 1986 Feb;5(2):ll 1-3 
Whistling face syndrome. Harris WA, et 11). ()r(b|*Sk ! 

Nov;8(l 1):1421 -2 
Approach to multiple congenital anomaly n>>!f. ;: . 

DR, et al. Semin Pcrinatol 1985 Apr;<)(3) l\<> ! J 
Vater association and anorectal malfortnutioirt >.".; 

et al. Z Kinderchir 1986 Feb;4l(l):22-i 
[Tooth and face abnormalities associated Mnh j. \ 

growth hormone insufficiency] Liapi C, cl a! 

Arch Fr Pediatr 1985 Dec;42(10):82<J-33 dm.' Air 

[Aplasia of the thenar eminence: a pur ti ill and tin;*.. 
of radial ray dysplasia. 6 cases] Serratricr ti, rt 
Prcsse Med 1986 Feb 8; 15(5): 193-6 (Kim AHj 

FAMILIAL & GENETIC 

Interstitial deletion of the long arm of i \n< wvwr 
[del(l)(q32q42)]. AI-Awadi SA, et al. Am J M*4 I 
1986 Apr;23(4):931-3 

Familial Miller-Dicker syndrome associated v.nli pern 
inversion of chromosome 17. Greeiibcrg f-. tt 3 
Am J Med Genet 1986 Apr;23(4):853-9 

Trisomy 14 mosaicism in a liveborn male: cltrtKai s-ty 
review of the literature. Kaplan LC, ct al * ' 

Am J Med Genet 1986 Apr;23(4):925-30 (17 rs f , 

Diagnosis of chromosome 3 duplication q23- --ttict 4. 

p25 pter in a patient with the C (ing-owgao* 

syndrome. Preus M, et al. Am J Med tks S4, 
23(4):935-43 (21 ref.) ^^ 

Long term survival of a patient with the 
cerebro-hepato-renal (Zellweger) syndrome 
Bleeker-Wagemakers EM, et al. CHn Genet tm> 

The trichorhinophalangeal dysplasia syndrome M* 
eight kindreds, with emphasis on hip compbcaMurM 
presentations, and premature osteoarthrosis. Oj * 
J Pediatr Orthop 1986 Mar-Apr;6(2): 133-8 

Characterization of the supernumerary 



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JUL 1986 



eye syndrome. McDermid HE, et al. Science 1986 May 

2;232(4750):646-8 
[Trichorhinophalangeal syndrome. Apropos of a case] 

Marchand C, et al. Ann Dermatol Venereol 1985; 

112(12):973-80 (Eng. Abstr.) (Fre) 

[Proximal trisomy 14. Clinical and cytogenetic study. 

Apropos of a new case] Faugeras C, et al. 

Ann Pediatr (Paris) 1986 Jan;33(l):55-8 (Eng. Abstr.) 

(Fre) 
[Aarskog's facio-digital-genital syndrome. Clinical 

contribution] Larpi P, et al. Minerva Chir 1985 Dec 15-31; 

40(23-24): 1689-92 (Eng. Abstr.) (Ita) 

HISTORY 

Richard HI and Elizabeth I. Leavesley JH. Med J Aust 1985 
Dec 9-23;143(12-13):585-6 

OCCURRENCE 

Congenital rubella syndrome in Malaysia. Tan DS. 
Med J Malaysia 1985 Mar ; 40(!):ll-4 

PATHOLOGY 

Disturbances in neuronal migration and laminar cortical 

organization associated with multicystic encephalopathy 

in the Pena-Shokeir syndrome. Choi BH, et al. 

Acta Neuropathol (Berl) 1986;69(3-4):177-83 
Mammillo-hypophyseal duplication 

(diplo-mammillo-hypophysis). Tagliavini F, et al. 

Actn Neuropathol (Berl) 1986;69(l-2):38-44 
Megalourethra. Appel RA, et al. J Urol 1986 Apr; 

135(4):747-51 
Miller-Dieker syndrome: a disorder affecting specific 

pathways of neuronal migration. Alvarez LA, et al. 

Neurology 1986 Apr;36(4):489-93 
[Holoprosenceplmly and arhinencephaly] Goachet FM. 

Nervcnarzt 1986 Jan;57(l):38-41 (Ger) 

RADIOGRAPHY 

Hone dependent nail formation. Bnran R, et al. 

Br J Dermatol 1986 Miir;ll4(3):371-5 
The tricho-rhino-phalangeal syndrome. A report of 14 cases 

in 7 kindreds. Howell CJ, et al. ,1 Bone Joint Surg [Br] 

1986 Mar;68(2):3 1 1-4 

THERAPY 

Management of spina bifida and associated anomalies. 
McLaurin KL, et a!. Cnmpr Tlier 1986 Fcb;12(2):60-5 

VETERINARY 

Multiple congenilal malformations of the face, nervous 
system and musculoskelctal system of pigs. Wtiitlington 
RJ, et al. Aust Vet J l')8<i Fch;63(2):4R- 50 



ABNORMALITIES, 
RADIATION-INDUCED 

ETIOLOGY 

[Methodology of evaluation and indicators cif radiological 
risk] Unieeki J. Pol Pr/iORl Kadiol (Wurszuwa) 1985 
Mar-Apr;4<>(2):74-9 (Pol) 

OCCURRENCE 

Health effects of low level radiation: carcinogene.sis, 
Icriitngencsis, and mutagenesis. Ritcnour F.R. 
Scmin Nucl Med 1986 Apr;lft(2):H)6-17 (74 ref.) 

ABO BLOOD-GROUP SYSTEM 

ABO incompatibility and neonatal hypurbilirubinemiu. Chen 

SH, ct al. Taiwan I Hsuch Hui Tsa Chili 1985 Nov; 

K4(l 0:1233-9 
Lack of effect of pulsed ultrasound on ABO antigens of 

human eryihrocytes in vitro. Miller DL, et al. 

Ultrasound Med Biol 1986 Mnr;12(3):2()9-lh 
(Survey of subgroups A1-A2 in the population of Brcsca 

with relation to the frequency of anti-Al antibody in A2 

and A2B subjects] Licenziati S, et al. 

Riv Emotcr Immunncimitol 1985;32(3):298-30I (Eng. 

Abstr.) (Ita) 

[Production of KU-ABO preparations in hospitals for the 

treatment of hemolytic disease of the newborn] Cwik J, 

ct al. Pediatr Pol 1985 Sep;60(9):658-61 (Eng. Abstr.) 

(Pol) 

GENETICS 

Anthropological studies in Assam, India. 3. Observations on 

three Drabmin groups. Das BM, et al. Anthropol Anz 1986 

Mar;44(l):35-43 
Immunohistological studies on ABH-activities in secretory 

cells of human major salivary glands correlation between 

ABH-activities in the secretory cells and 

secrctor-nonsecretor. Takahashi M, et al. Z Rechtsmcd 

1985;95(4):217-26 

IMMUNOLOGY 

The expression of ABH antigens during in vitro 
megakaryocyte maturation: origin of heterogeneity of 



INDEX MEDICUS 

antigen density. Dunstan RA. Br J Hacmatol 1986 Mar; 

62(3):587-93 
A, B, H antigen expression in transitional cell carcinomas 

of the urinary bladder. Juhl DR, et al. Cancer 1986 May 

1;57(9): 1768-75 
Fetomaternal ABO incompatibility and erythroblastosis 

fetalis. Bowman JM. Vox Sang 1986;50(2): 104-6 
[Isoagglutinins of the ABO system in universal blood 

preparations (KU-ABO) used for exchange transfusions in 

iiemolytic disease of the newborn] Cwik J. Pcdiarr Pol 1985 

Sep;60(9):652-7 (Eng. Abstr.) (Pol) 

[Use of anti-A-Hp (Helix pomatia) reagent for studying dried 

blood] Ollchovik VP, et al. Sud Med Ekspert 1986 

Jan-Mar;29(l):53-4 (Eng. Abstr.) (Rus) 

ABO FACTORS see ABO BLOOD-GROUP SYSTEM 

ABOMASUM 

ENZYMOLOGY 

Milk-feeding maintains the prochymosin production in cells 
of bovine abomasal mucosa. Andren A, et al. 
Acta Physiol Scand 1986 Mar;126(3):419-27 

RADIOGRAPHY 

Left abomasal displacement and ulcerution in an 
eight- week-old calf. Hawkins CD, et al. Aust Vet J 1986 
Feb;63(2):53-5 

ABORTIFACIENT AGENTS 

[Status of the kallikrein-kinin system of (he blood and level 
of endogenous prostaglandins after interruption of 
pregnancy during the 2d trimester using mtra-amniplic 
administration of a hypertonic sodium chloride solution] 
Nikonov Al'. Akush Ginckol (Mosk) 1986 Jan;(l):60-2 

(Rus) 

PHARMACODYNAMICS 

A new non-hormonal anlifertility drug DL 111-IT: II. 

Effects on teslicular hyaluronidasc activity in male rats. 

Prasad RS, cl al. Contraception 1986 Jan;33(l):89-99 
A new non-hormonal antifertility drug DI , 1 1 1-IT: (. Effects 

on tcstes and accessory glands of reproduction in male rats. 

Prasad RS, el al. Contraception 1986 Jan;33(!):79-88 

THERAPEUTIC USE 

[The value of un antiprogesterone steroid in the treatment 
of extra-uterine pregnancy. Preliminary results] Paris PX, 
et al. Rev Fr Gynecol Obstct 1986 Jan;81(l):33~5 (Eng. 
Ahstr.) (Frel 

ABOUTIFAC1ENT AGENTS, NON-STEROIDAL see 
under AHORTIFACIENT AGKNTS 

ABORTIFACIENT AGENTS, STEROIDAL see jnder 
ABORTIFACIENT AGENTS 

ABORTION 

Chlamydia isolated from abortion in sheep. Seaman JT. 
Aust Vet ,r 1985 Dec;62(12):436 

[Mycopl;ismfl bovis abortion of cows following experimental 
infection] Hocklisch H, el al. Arch Exp Veterinurmcd 1986 
Jan;40(l):48-55 (Eng. Abstr.) (Ger) 

COMPLICATIONS 

Abortion before first livcbirth and risk of breast cancer. 
Hadjimichael OC, et al. Br J Cancer 1086 Feh;53(2):28l-4 

ETIOLOGY 

Thrombosis, recurrent abortions and inlrauterint' foctiil death 

in ,i patient with lupus anticoagulant. Allomonte L, et al. 

Clin Rhcumatol 1985 Dec;4(4):455-7 
[Outcome of pregnancy following treatment of marital 

sterility] Knorre P, et al. Zcntrnlbl Gynukol 1986; 

108(3):175-81 (Eng. Abstr.) (Ger) 

FAMILIAL & GENETIC 

Cytogenetic analysis in 100 spontaneous abortions in 
North-East Scotland. Procter SE, el al. din Genet 1986 
Feb;29(2):101-3 

IMMUNOLOGY 

Maternal antibodies to paternal B-lymphocytes in normal 
and abnormal pregnancy. Power DA, et a!. 
Am J Rcprod Immumil Microbiol 1986 Jan;10(l):10-3 

OCCURRENCE 

Antineoplastic drugs and spontaneous abortion in nurses 
(letter] N Engl J Med 1986 Apr 17;314(16):1048-51 

PREVENTION & CONTROL 

The risk of fetal anomalies us a result of progesterone therapy 
during pregnancy. Check JH, et al. Fcrtil Steril 1986 Apr; 
45(4):575-7 



ABORTION, INDUCED 



PSYCHOLOGY 

_ combined qualitati -. 

Swanson-Kauffman KM. ANS 1986 Apr;8(3):58-69 



A combined qualitative methodology for nursing research. 

86 



THERAPY 

Acts and omissions doctrine and abortion: reply to Dr. Toon 
[letter] Murphy TF. J Med Ethics 1986 Mar;12(l):53-4 

ABORTION, EUGENIC see under ABORTION, INDUCED 

ABORTION, HABITUAL 

BLOOD 

Cerebral infarction, lupus anticoagulant, and habitual 
abortion [letter] Greeaspoon JS. JAMA 1986 Apr 25; 
255(i6):2164 

ETIOLOGY 

[Conference at the Salpetriere, October 1984. Cerebral 
infarction, abortions and presence of circulating 
anticoagulant] Herreman G, et al. Rev Ncurol (Paris) 1985; 
141(12):822-6 (Frc) 

[Etiologic factors in habitual spontaneous abortions in the 
1st pregnancy trimester] Sadovsky O, et al. 
Bratisl Lck Listy 1986 Jan;85(I):90-6 (Eng. Abstr.) (Slo) 

FAMILIAL & GENETIC 

[Dermatoglyphic findings in families with spontaneous 

abortions] Kuklik M, et al. Cas Lek Cesk 1986 Feb 21; 

125(8):240-4 (Eng. Abstr.) (Cze) 

[Complex balanced translation (letter)] Del Porto O, et al. 

Minerra Ginccol 1986 Jati-Feb;38(l-2):10!-2 (Ita) 

[Population genetics study of the differential fertility in urban 

populations] Kucher AN, et al. Gcnetika 1986 Feb; 

22(2):304-11 (Eng. Abstr.) (Rus) 

IMMUNOLOGY 

Inhibitors of complement-mediated cytotoxicity in normal 

and secondary aborter sera. Torry DS, et al. 

Am J Rcprod Imiminol Microbiol 1986 Feb;10(2):53-7 
[The HLA system and habitual spontaneous abortions] 

Persitz E, et al. Harefiuih 1986 Jan l;110(l):33-6 (42 ref.) 

(Heb) 
[rmmunologic indices in habitual abortion] Dzhvcbenavn 

GG, et al. Akush Ginckol (Mosk) 1986 Jn;(l):41-3 (Eng. 

Abstr.) (Riis) 

THERAPY 

Hypothesis: blocking faclors and human pregnancy: an 
alternative explanation for the success of lymphocyte 
transfusion Ihcrapy in abortion-prone women. Duvies M. 
Am J Rcprod Immunol Microbiol 1986 Feh;10(2):58-63 

Production of blocking antibodies by vaccination with 
husband's lymphocytes in unexplained recurrent aborters: 
the role in successful pregnancy. Tukakuwa 1C, i til. 
Am J Reprod Immunol Microbiol 1986 Jan; 10(0 1-'' 

ABORTION, INCOMPLETE 

COMPLICATIONS 

[Features of the status of the licmoslalic system during 
past-abortion endorn<:tritis| Nakimova ZA. 
Akush Ginekol (Musk) 19H(i Jim;(l):70 2 (Kusl 

ABORTION, INDUCED 

Attempted conversion of twin to singleton picgmtncy in two 

mares with associated changes in plasma oeMroiii: sulphate 

concentrations. Hyland JH, et al. Aust Vet .1 19S5 Dec; 

62(12):406-9 
Abortion: an issue that won't go away [letter] 

Can Med Assoc J 1986 Apr 15;134(H):86S--9, 872 
Upholding (lie sanctity of life [letter) Can Med Assoc i 19Xh 

Apr 15;134(8):866, 868 
Midtrimester abortion by intnicervical prostaglandin E2. 

Stampe S0rensim S, et al. 

Eur J Obstet Gynecnl Reprod Biol 1986 Mur;2l(3):165-71 
Abortion: an altitude study of processional .stuff al 

Ramathibodi Hospital. Phuapradit \V, et al. 

J Med Assoc Thai 1986 Jan;69(!):22-7 
[Prevention of infection with metronidazole in abortion 

induced by PGF2 alpha] Koinzcr G, el a!. 

Zcntralbl Gynakol 1 986; 108(3): 163-6 (Eng. Abstr.) (Ger) 
[Down syndrome and abortion (letter)] Rev Paul Med 1985 

Sep-Oct;103(5):267-8 (Port 

[Features of the status of the hcmostatic system during 

post-abortion endometritis] Nakimova ZA. 

Akush Ginckol (Mosk) 1986 Jan;(l):70-2 (Rus) 

[Status of the kallikrein-kinin system of the blood and level 

of endogenous prostaglandins after inlerruption of 

pregnancy during the 2d trimester using intra-amniptie 

administration of a hypertonic sodium chloride solution] 

Nikonov AP. Akush Ginekol (Musk) 1986 Jan;(I):60-2 

(Rus) 

ADVERSE EFFECTS 

Comparison of complication rates in first trimester abortions 
performed by physician assistants and physicians. 



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ABORTION, INDUCED 

Freedman MA, et al. Am J Public Health 1986 May 
76(5):550-4 

ABORTION, LEGAL 

The impact of abortion policy on prematurity in Hungary. 

Makoi Z. Acta Paediatr Scand [Suppl] l985;319:84-8 
How technology is refraining the abortion debate. Callahan 

D. Hastings Cent Rep 1986 Feb;16(l):33-42 
[Is voluntary abortion to be regarded now as a 

contraceptive?] Corongiu F, et al. 

Ann Osp Maria Vittoria Torino 1984 Jul-Dec; 

27(7-12):260-70 (Eng. Abstr.) (Ita) 

PSYCHOLOGY 

[Contraception, a year after voluntary interruption of 
pregnancy] Chevrant-Breton O, et al. 
Rev Fr Gynecol Obstet 1986 Feb;81(2):67-9 (Eng. Abstr.) 

(Fre) 

ABORTION ON DEMAND see ABORTION, LEGAL 

ABORTION, SEPTIC 

COMPLICATIONS 

Septic abortion complicated by rhinocerebral phycomycosis 
(mucormycosis). A case report. Shweni PM, ct al. 
S Afr Med J 1986 Apr 12;69(8):515-6 

ETIOLOGY 

Typhoid fever complicating pregnancy. Amster R, et al. 
Acta Obstct Gynecol Scand 1985;64(8):685-6 

SURGERY 

Surgical management of diffuse peritonitis complicating 
obstetric/gynecologic infections. Rivlin ME, et al. 
Obstet Gynecol 1986 May;67(5):652-6 

ABORTION, THREATENED 

DIAGNOSrs 

[Usefulness of determining the HCG level by the passive 
hemagglutination inhibition test and Prognosticon All-in 
hemagglutination test in pathology of early pregnancy] 
Berlinski D, et al. Wiad Lek 1985 Dec l;38(23):1641-3 (Eng. 
Abstr.) (Pol) 

PREVENTION & CONTROL 

[Results of clinical use of prostaglandin synthesis inhibitors 
in the complex trenlment of threatened premature 
interruption of pregnancy] Khachapuridze NV. 
Akush Ginekol (Mosk) 1986 Jan;(l):38-41 (Eng. Abstr.) 

(Rus) 

THERAPY 

[The clinical management for abortion in early gestational 
weeks] Sagara Y. Nippon Sanka Fujinka Gakkai Zasshi 
1986 Feb;38(2):267-72 (Jpn) 

ABORTION, VETERINARY 

MICROBIOLOGY 

Herd problem of abortions and malformed calves attributed 

to bovine viral diarrhea. Ross CE, et al. 

J Am Vet Med Assoc 1986 Mar 15;l88(6):618-9 
[Mycoplasma infection factors interfering in toxicologic 

experiments on reproduction] Juhr NC. 

Bcrl Munch Ticrarztl Wochenschr 1986 Feb 1;99(2):37-41 

(Eng. Abstr.) (Ger) 

PATHOLOGY 

Cbondrifying fibrosarcoma in the abdominal cavity of a 
bovine aborled fetus. Sato S, et al. 
Nippon Juigaku Zassh! 1986 Feb;48(l):173-5 

PREVENTION & CONTROL 

Vaccination against leptospirn! abortion and renal carriage 
[letter] Broughton ES, et al. Vet Rcc 1986 Feb 15; 



ABRIN see under PLANT PROTEINS 

ABRUPTIO PLACENTAE 

ETIOLOGY 

Placenta! laceration and stillbirth following motor vehicle 
accident with legal ramifications. Nichols MM, et al. 
Tex Med 1986 Mar;82(3):26-8 

OCCURRENCE 

A profile of mtra-partum and post-partum aspects of 
ante-partum haemorrhage from Pumwani Maternity 
Hospital, Nairobi. Bansal YP. East Afr Med J 1985 Nov; 
62(1 1):807-12 

Incidence and recurrence rate of abruptio placentae in 



INDEX MEDICUS 

Sweden. KSregSrd M, et al. Obstct Gynecol 1986 Apr; 
67(4):523-8 

ABSCESS 

COMPLICATIONS 

Frontal sinus abscess and secondary orbital cellulitis [letter] 

Watkinson JC, et al. Br J Hosp Med 1986 Jan;35(l):66 
Persistence of polymicrobial abscesses in the poorly 

controlled diabetic host. Bessman AN, et al. Diabetes 1986 

Apr;35(4):448-53 
Nephrobronchial colonic fistula complicating perinephric 

abscess. Doughney KB, et al. J Urol 1986 Apr;135(4):76S-7 
Skene's gland calculi produced by a Ureaplasma urealyticum 

infection. Gellman AC, et al. J Urol 1986 Apr;135(4):786-8 
[Splenic abscess with rupture into the abdominal cavity] 

Rezhko VT, et al. Klin Khir 1986;(1);62 (Rus) 

DIAGNOSIS 

Prospective investigation of radiologic methods in the 

diagnosis of intra-abdominal abscesses. Lundstedt C, et al. 

Acta Radio! [Diagn] (Stockh) 1986 Jan-Feb;27(l):49-54 
Aortic root abscess. Initial experience using magnetic 

resonance imaging. Jeang MK, et al. Chest 1986 Apr; 

89(4):613-5 
Echocardiographic identification of an aortic valve ring 

abscess. Pollnk SJ, et al. J Am Coll Cardiol 1986 May; 

7(5):1 167-73 
Sonographic demonstration of prostatic abscess. Lee F Jr, 

et al. J Ultrasound Med 1986 Feb;5(2): 101-2 
Pericardial abscess: diagnosis using two-dimensional 

echocardiography and CT. Johnson MA, et al. 

Radiology 1986 May;159(2):419-21 
[Pancreatitis as a diagnostic error in masked perforated 

duodenal ulcer with formation of a retroperitoneal abscess] 

Jacob BG, et al. Internist (Berlin) 1986 Feb;27(2): 124-6 

(Ger) 
[Diagnostic difficulties in perirenal abscesses] Batko B. 

Wiad Lek 1985 Dec 1;38(23):1 632-6 (Eng. Abstr.) (Pol) 
[Complications of postoperative intraperitoneal abscesses] 

ZiubrUskil NM, et al. Kiln Khlr 1986;(1):18-20 (Eng. Abstr.) 

(Rus) 

DRUG THERAPY 

Successful medical therapy of mitral anular abscess 
complicating infective endocarditis. Kunis RL, et al. 
J Am Coll Cardiol 1986 Apr;7(4):953-5 

EMBRYOLOGY 

Urachal abscess remnant in an adult. Kaisary AV. 
J Urol (Paris) 1985;91(8):523-4 

ETIOLOGY 

Plantar abscess in the diabetic patient. Livingston R, et al. 

Foot Ankle 1985 Jan-Feb;5(4):205-n 
Third branchial cleft sinus route of infection in deep neck 

abscesses. Schloss MD, et al. J Otolaryngol 1986 Feb; 

15(l):56-8 
Campylobacter jejuni associated with acute relapse and 

abscess formation in Crohn's disease. Simson JN, et al. 

J R Coll Surg Edinb 1985 Dec;30(6):397 
Retropharyngeal abscess: case reports. Lee Guan Teik. 

Med J Malaysia 1985 Mar;40(l):35-7 
[Right fislulating lumbar abscess after perforated retrocolic 

appendicitis] Duca S, et al. Rev Chir [Cliir] 1985 Nov-Dec; 

34(6):417-20 (Eng. Abslr.) (Rum) 

IMMUNOLOGY 

[Immunological reactivity of patients with abscesses and 
phlegmons of the face and neck] Solntsev AM, et al. 
Klin Khlr 1986;(l):68-9 (Rus) 

MICROBIOLOGY 

Mobiluncus spp: pathogenic role in non-puerperal breast 
abscess [letter] Weinbren MJ, et al. J Clin Pathol 1986 Mar; 
39(3):342-3 

RADIOGRAPHY 

CT features of intraabdorm'nal abscesses: prediction of 

successful percutaneous drainage. Jaques P, et al. AJR 1986 

May; 146(5): 1041-5 
Computed tomography of acute renal abscess due to 

Salmonella Chester. Borrero GO, et al. Comput Radio! 1986 

Jan-Feb;10(l):41-4 
Renal subcapsular abscess. Zatuchni J, et al. Urology 1986 

Apr;27(4):368-70 

RADIONUCLIDE IMAGING 

Guide to abdominal abscess drainage [letter] Wing VW, et 

al. AJR 1986 May; 146(5): 1099 
Subacute splenic abscess. Appearance on indium-1 1 1 

leukocyte, gallium-67, and technetium-99m sulfur colloid 

imaging. Ammann W, et al. Clin Nucl Med 1986 Mar; 

ll(3):165-7 
False-positive leukocyte imaging. A case of colon carcinoma. 

Bauman JM, et al. Clin Nucl Med 1986 Mar;ll(3):211-2 
Abdominal patterns of indium-Ill labeled leukocyte 

imaging. Carrier L, et al. Clin Nucl Med 1986 Mar; 



JUL 1986 

ll(3):153-7 
Bone marrow island vs focal infection. An indium-Hl 

leukocyte Imaging dilemma. Gates OF, et al. 

Clin Nucl Med 1986 Apr;ll(4):287-9 
Indium-Ill leukocyte scanning. False-negative study in a 

renal abscess. Kumar R, et al. Clin Nucl Med 1986 Aur 

1 l(4):274-5 H ' 

SURGERY 

Transrectal pelvic abscess drainage with sonographlc 

guidance. Nosher JL, et al. AJR 1986 May;146(5):1047-g 
Splenic abscess percutaneous drainage [letter] Kapoor VK 

Can J Surg 1986 Mar;29(2):82 
[Clinical aspects and pathology of acute and chronic 

pseudoobstruction of the colon] Helpap B, et al. 

Chirurg 1986 Jan;57(l):31-4 (Eng. Abstr.) (Ger) 

THERAPY 

Comparison of operative and percutaneous catheter drainage 
of mtraabdominal abscesses. Moessner SP, et al. 
Nebr Med J 1986 Jan;71(l):7-12 

Abdominal abscess drainage under radiologic guidance' 
causes of failure. Lang EK, et al. Radiology 1986 May 
159(2):329-36 y ' 

[Rhinogenic orbital complications a 5 year case analysis at 
the National Taiwan University Hospital] Young YH et 
al. Taiwan I Hsueh Hui Tsa Chih 1985 Nov;84(ll):1277-82 
(Eng. Abstr.) (QI) 

VETERINARY 

Vertebral body abscesses in cattle: a review of five cases 
Sherman DM, et al. J Am Vet Med Assoc 1986 Mar 15- 
188(6):608-11 

Carcase damage [letter] Hunter J. Vet Rcc 1986 Feb 1- 
118(5):134 

ABSCESS, CEREBRAL see BRAIN ABSCESS 
ABSCESS, HEPATIC see LIVER ABSCESS 
ABSCESS, PERIAPICAL see PERIAPICAL ABSCESS 
ABSCESS, PULMONARY see LUNG AHSCESS 
ABSCESS, SUBDURAL see SUBDURAI. EMPYEMA 
ABSCESS, SUBPHRENIC see SUHPHRKNIC ABSCESS 

ABSCISSINS see under CYCLOHICXANECARBOXYtlC 
ACIDS 

ABSENCE see EPILEPSY, PETIT MAI, 

ABSENTEEISM 

Allergy, usthmu, and school problems. Rtclmrcls W 

J Sch Health 1986 Apr;56(4):15!-2 
Seat belt use at work prevents iiLxidcni co.sis, lost work time 

Ware A, et al. Occup Health Saf 19K<> Feb;55(2):20-6 
[Burnout in civil servants as seen in their use of sick leave] 

Duflot, et al. Ann Med Psychol (Purls) 19R5 Jul 

143(7):639-45 (l i rc j 

ABSORPTIOMETRY, PHOTON see UADIONUCUDE 
IMAGING 

ABSORPTION, INTESTINAL sec INTESTINAL 
ABSORPTION 

ABSORPTION, SKIN see SKIN ABSORPTION 

ABSTRACTING AND INDEXING 

Anatomy of the IXth European Congress of I'mhology 
abstracts a reply [letter] Whimster WF. 
Pathol Res Pract 1985 Dec;180(6):735 

ABUTMENTS, DENTAL 

Marginal tissue reactions at osseointegruted tilanium fijlures. 

(II) A cross-sectional retrospective study. Lekholm U, el 

al. hit J Oral Maxillofac Surg 1986 Feb;15(l):53-61 
Effect of positional loading of three removable partial 

denture clasp assemblies on movement of abutment teeth 

Browning JD, et al. J Prosthet Dent 1986 Mar;55(3);347-5l 
Pin-modified facial inlay to enhance retentive conlours on 

a removable partial denture abutment. Hansen CA. et al 

J Prosthet Dent 1986 Apr;55(4):48Q-l 
Light-activated composite-amalgam copings for 

overdentures. Holt J, et al. J Prosthet Dent 1986 Mar 

55(3):403-4 
Modified single and short-span restorations supported by 

osseomtegrated fixtures in the partially edentulous jaw 

Jemt T. J Prosthet Dent 1986 Peb;55(2):243-7 
Magnetizable abutment crowns for disial-exlension 

removable partial dentures. Pezzoli M, et al 

J Prosthet Dent 1986 Apr;55(4):475-80 

AC-GLOBULIN see FACTOR V 
ACACIA see under TREES 



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JUL 1986 

ACADEMIC MEDICAL CENTERS 

Clinical research in universities [letter] Lancet 1986 Apr 5; 
1(8484):800-1 

ECONOMICS 

Future of Bart Is preclinical school [letter] Besser GM, et al. 
Lancet 1986 Mar 29;1(8483):741 

ORGANIZATION & ADMINISTRATION 

[Provincial teaching, research and clinical center of 
occupational pathology] Ivanov NR, et al. 
Sov Zdravookhr 1986;(2):29-32 (Eng. Abstr.) (Rus) 

ACADEMIES AND INSTITUTES 

[Activities of the Higher Institute of Health and reflections 
on their cost] Zuliani A. Ann 1st Super Sanfta 1985; 
21(2):217-34 (Ita) 

HISTORY 

[Hydrotherapy yesterday and today and the contribution of 
the Maria Adelaide Institute of Turin] Cremona OF. 
Ann Osp Maria Victoria Torino 1984 Jul-Dec; 
27(7-12):282-92 (Ita) 

ORGANIZATION & ADMINISTRATION 

[The Higher Institute of Health in the current order and in 

the development of the Accounting Administrative System] 

Barettoni Arleri A. Ann 1st Super Sanita 1985;21(2):207-10 

(Ita) 
[Relations between the Higher Institute of Health and 

regional and infraregional agencies] De Cesare O. 

Ann 1st Super Sanita 1985;21(2):179-80 Ota) 

[Controls in the management of the Higher Institute of 

Health] Garri F. Ann 1st Super Sanita 1985;21(2):211-5 

(Ita) 
[The place of the Higher Institute of Health in the National 

Health Service) lannotta R. Ann 1st Super Sanita 1985; 

2I(2):I65-78 (Ita) 

[Organization of the Higher Institute of Health and trends] 

Sepe O. Ann 1st Super Sanita 1985;21(2):187-90 (Ita) 
[The Higher Institute of Health and international 

organizations] Toti L. Ann 1st Super Sanita 1985; 

21(2):181-5 (Ita) 

ACANTHOCHEILONEMA see DIPETALONEMA 

ACANTHOCHEILONEMA PERSTANS see 
MANSONELLA 

ACANTHOCYTES see under ERYTHROCYTES, 
AHNORMAL 

ACANTHOLYSIS see under SKIN DISEASES 

ACANTHOLYSIS BUI.LOSA see EPIDERMOLYSIS 
BULLOSA 

ACARIASIS see MITE INFESTATIONS 

ACARUS see MITES 

ACCELOGRAPHY see KINETOCARDIOGRAPHY 

ACCEPTABILITY OF HEALTH CARE see PATIENT 
ACCEPTANCE OF HEALTH CARE 

ACCESSIBILITY OF HEALTH SERVICES see HEALTH 
SERVICES ACCESSIBILITY 

ACCESSORY CELLS, IMMUNOLOGIC see 
ANTIGEN-PRESENTING CELLS 

ACCESSORY NERVE 

ANATOMY & HISTOLOGY 

The accessory nerve nucleus in the baboon. Augustine JR, 
et al. Anat Rcc 1986 Mar;214(3):312-20 

ACCIDENT INSURANCE see INSURANCE, ACCIDENT 

ACCIDENT PREVENTION 

sec related 
PROTECTIVE DEVICES 

Low anterior counterweights to improve static rear stability 
of occupied wheelchairs. Loane TD, et al. 
Arch Phys Med Rehabil 1986 Apr;67(4):263-6 

Home safety with families being treated for child abuse and 
neglect. Barone VJ, et al. Behav Modif 1986 Jan; 



Clinical and laboratory studies of falls in old people. 

Prospects for prevention. Isaacs B. Clin Geriatr Med 1985 

Aug;l(3):513-24 
Maintaining posture and avoiding tripping. Optical 

information for detecting and controlling orientation and 

locomotion. Owen DH. Clin Geriatr Med 1985 Aug; 

l(3):581-99 (67 ref.) 
Childhood accident prevention strategies. OShea JS. 



INDEX MEDICUS 

Forensic Sci Int 1986 Feb-Mar;30(2-3):99~lll (64 ref.) 
Simple device to prevent accidental needle-prick injuries. 

Nixon AD, et al. Lancet 1986 Apr 19;l(8486):888-9 
Universities need adequate employee safety, health programs. 

Hurst R, et al. Occup Health Saf 1986 Feb;55(2):39-43 
Proper ladders, scaffolding can prevent dangerous slips, falls. 

Lowish MD. Occup Health Saf 1986 Feb;55(2):44-7 
Injuries are not accidents [letter] Houk VN. 

Public Health Rep 1986 Mar-Apr;101(2):124 
[Bone banks. Equipment, tissue collection, cold preservation, 

organization, safety] Kuner EH, et al. Orthopade 1986 Feb; 

15(1):16-21 (Eng. Abstr.) (Ger) 

ACCIDENT PRONENESS 

Child behavior and accidental injury in 11,966 preschool 
children. Bijur PE, et al. Am 3 DIs Child 1986 May; 
140(5):487-92 

ACCIDENTS 

Fatal and npnfatal accidents on the railways a study of 

injuries to individuals, with particular reference to children 

and to nonfatal trauma. Nixon J, et al. Accid Anal Prev 

1985 Jim;17(3):2 17-22 
Projected mortality from injuries. Whitfield RA, et al. 

Accid Anal Prev 1985 Oct;17(5):367-71 
Bhopal and after [editorial] Zaidi SH. Am J Ind Med 1986; 

9(3):215-6 
Do not use the 'innovated 1 cylinder valve handle for cracking 

the valve [letter] Yamashita M, et al. Anesthesiology 1986 

May;64(5):658-9 
Benztropine-induced acute dystonic reaction. Howrie DL, 

et al. Ann Emcrg Med 1986 May;15(5):594-6 
Symposium on falls in the elderly: biologic and behavioral 

aspects. Clin Gerintr Med 1985 Aug;l(3);<<97-697 
Environmental factors associated with stair accidents by the 

elderly. Archea JC. Clin Gerintr Med 1985 Aug; 1 (3):555-69 
Fall injuries in the elderly. Baker SP, et al. 

Clin Geriatr Med 1985 Aug;l(3):501-12 (28 ref.) 
Visual depth illusion and falls in the elderly. Cohn TE, et 

al. Clin Geriatr Med 1985 Aug;l(3):601-20 (53 ref.) 
Senile gait. A distinct neurologic entity. Roller WC, ct al. 

Clin Geriatr Med 1985 Aug;l(3):661-9 (44 ref.) 
Spatial orientation mechanisms and their implications for 

falls. Leibowitz HW, et al. Clin Geriatr Med 1985 Aug; 

1(3):571-80 (23 ref.) 
Abnormalities in blood pressure homeostusis thnt contribute 

to falls in the elderly. Lipsitz LA. Clin Geriatr Med 1985 

Aug;l(3):637-48 (42 ref.) 
The role of drugs in fulls in the elderly. Mncdonald JB. 

Clin Geriatr Med 1985 Aug;l(3):621~36 (49 ref.) 
Falls, motor dysfunction, and correlative neurohistologic 

changes in the elderly. Scheibel AB. Clin Geriatr Med 19R5 

Aug;l(3):67l-7 
Sensorimotor deficits related to postural stability. 

Implications for falling in the elderly. Stelmach GE, el 

al. Clin Geriatr Med 1985 Aug;l(3):679-94 (83 ref.) 
Gait and balance in the elderly. Two functional capacities 

that link sensory and motor ubility to falls. Wolfson LI, 

et al. Clin Geriatr Med 1985 Aug;l(3):649-59 (31 ref.) 
[Riding accidents in the County of Frcdriksborg. A one-yeiir 

prospective study] Kramh0ft M, et al. Ugeskr Lacgcr 1986 

Mar 17;148(12):738-40 (Eng. Abstr.) (Dan) 

[Missing persons with hidden corpse. Criminalistic and 

criminologic aspects for practice and research] Brinker H. 

Arch Kriminol 1986 Jan-Feb;177(l-2):l-8 (Ger) 

ACCIDENTS, AVIATION 

Risk of an accident from cardiovascular-caused inflight 
incapacitation [letter] Nichamin H. 
Avlnt Space Environ Med 1986 Mar;57(3):287 

ACCIDENTS, HOME 

Environmental factors associated with stair accidents by the 

elderly. Archen JC. Clin Geriatr Med 1985 Aug;l(3):555-69 
Fall injuries in the elderly. Baker SI', et al. 

Clin Geriatr Med 1985 Aug;l(3):501-12 (28 ref.) 
Visual depth illusion and falls in the elderly. Cohn TE, et 

al. Clin Geriatr Med 1985 Aug; 1(3):60 1-20 (53 ref.) 
Falls and gait disorders among the elderly. A challenge for 

research. Hadley E, et al. Clin Geriatr Med 1985 Aug; 

1(3):497-500 
Clinical and laboratory studies of falls in old people. 

Prospects for prevention. Isaacs B. Clin Geriatr Med 1985 

Aug;l(3):513-24 
Senile gait. A distinct neurologic entity. Koller WC, et al. 

Clin Geriatr Med 1985 Aug;l(3):661-9 (44 ref.) 
Spatial orientation mechanisms and their implications for 

falls. Leibowitz HW, et al. Clin Geriatr Med 1985 Aug; 

1(3):57!-80 (23 ref.) 
Abnormalities in blood pressure homeostasis that contribute 

to falls in the elderly. Lipsitz LA. Clin Gcriatr Med 1985 

Aug;l(3):637-48 (42 ref.) 
The role of drugs in falls in the elderly. Macdonald JB. 

Clin Geriatr Med 1985 Aug;l(3):621-36 (49 ref.) 
Risk factors for injury after a fall. Melton LJ 3d, et al. 

Clin Geriatr Med 1985 Aug;l(3):525-39 (71 ref.) 
Social and psychologic factors related to falls among the 

elderly. Mossey JM. Clin Geriatr Med 1985 Aug; 

l(3):541-53 (44 ref.) 



ACCIDENTS, TRAFFIC 

Maintaining posture and avoiding tripping. Optical 
information for detecting and controlling orientation and 
locomotion. Owen DH. Clin Geriatr Med 1985 Aug; 
l(3):581-99 (67 ref.) 

Falls, motor dysfunction, and correlative neurohistologic 
changes in the elderly. Scheibel AB. Clin Geriatr Med 1985 
Aug;l(3):671-7 

Sensorimotor deficits related to postural stability. 
Implications for falling in the elderly. Stelmach GE, et 
al. Clin Geriatr Med 1985 Aug;l(3):679-94 (83 ref.) 

Gait and balance in the elderly. Two functional capacities 
that link sensory and motor ability to falls. Wolfson LI, 
et al. Clin Geriatr Med 1985 Aug;l(3):649-59 (31 ref.) 

PREVENTION & CONTROL 

Home safety with families being treated for child abuse and 
neglect. Barone VJ, et al. Behav Modlf 1986 Jan; 



Preventing falls: home hazard checklists to help older patients 
protect themselves. Tideiksaar R. Geriatrics 1986 May; 
41(5):26-8 

ACCIDENTS, INDUSTRIAL see ACCIDENTS, 
OCCUPATIONAL 

ACCIDENTS, OCCUPATIONAL 

An unusual foreign body in hand. A case report. Mathur 
N, et al. J Hand Surg [Br] 1986 Feb; 11(1): 135-6 

HTLV-III/LAV seroconversion following a deep 
intramuscular needlesticfc injury [letter] Stricof RL, et al. 
N Engl J Med 1986 Apr 24;314(17):1115 

PREVENTION & CONTROL 

Proper ladders, scaffolding can prevent dangerous slips, falls. 

Lowish MD. Occup Health Saf 1986 Feb;55(2):44-7 
Proper sole selection key lo safety footwear comfort, 

protection. O'Brien J. Occup Health Saf 1986 Feb; 

55(2):52-3 
Seat belt use at work prevents accident costs, lost work time. 

Ware A, et al. Occup Health Snf 1986 Feb;55(2):20-6 
Hazards in the workplace. Porter S. Olilo State Med J 1986 

Feb;82(!):88-97 
[Prevention of occupational accidents in harbor areas] Najar 

HC, et al. Rev Paul Med 1985 Jul-Aug;!03(4):203-10 (Eng. 

Abstr.) (For) 

ACCIDENTS, TRAFFIC 

Statistical considerations for the Interpretation of commonly 

utilized road traffic accident indicators: implications for 

developing countries. Bangdiwaln SI, et al. 

Accid Anal Prev 1985 Deu;17(6):419-27 
Discrepancies in vehicular crash injury reporting: 

Northeastern Ohio Trauma Study. IV. Baraucik JI, et al. 

Accid Anal Prev 1985 Apr; 17(2): 147-54 
Disabilities caused by road traffic accidents mid their relation 

to severity scores. Bull JP. Accid Anal Prev 1985 Oct; 

17(5):387-97 
The influence of analgesic drugs in road crashes. Chesher 

GB. Accid Annl Prev 1985 Aug;17(4):303-9 
Childhood pedestrian injury: u pilot study concerning 

etiology. Chrisloffel KK, et al. Accid Anal I'rcv 1986 Feb; 

18(l):25-35 
A comparison of two methods for estimating the effect of 

a countcrmeasure in the presence of regression effects. 

Daniclsson S. Accid Anal Prev 1986 Feb;18(l):13-23 
Fatality risk for belted drivers versus car muss. Evuns L. 

Accid Anal Prev 1985 Jim; 17(3):25 1-71 
Driver age, car mass and accident exposure n synthesis of 

available dula. Evans L. Accid Anal Prev 1985 Dec; 

17(6):439-47 
Involvement rate in two-car crashes versus driver age and 

car mass of each involved car. Evans L. 

Accid Anal Prev 1985 Apr;17(2):155-70 
An analysis of accident data for frnncliised public buses in 

Hong Kong. Evans WA, et al. Accid Anal Prev 1985 Oct; 

17(5):355-66 
On the estimation of the expected number of accidents. Mauer 

E. Accid Anal Prev 1986 Feb;l 8(1): 1-12 
Analysis of the effect of car size on accident injury 

probability using automobile insurance data. Krishnnn KS, 

et al. Accid Anal Prev 1985 Apr;17(2):171-7 
Accidents in the U.S. and Europe: 1970-1980. Lamm R, ct 

al. Accid Anal Prev 1985 Dec;17(6):429-38 
Effects of rapid increase in motorization levels on road 

fatality rates in some rich developing countries. Mekky A. 

Accid Anal Prev 1985 Apr;17(2):101-9 
The relationships among driving while impaired charges, 

police drinking-driving roadcheck activity, media 

coverage and alcohol-related casualty traffic accidents. 

Mercer GW. Accid Anal Prev 1985 Dec;17(6):467-74 
Marihuana and driving. Moskowitz H. Accid Anal Prev 1985 

Aug;17(4):323-45 
Graphical tool for comparing ratios proposed in the literature 

on traffic accidents. Parunak A, et al. Accid Anal Prev 1985 

Apr;17(2):87-100 (41 ref.) 
Accident involvement and injury rates for small cars in Japan. 

Sparrow FT. Accid Anal Prev 1985 Oct;l7(5):409-18 
Motor vehicle trauma in northeastern Ohio. I: Incidence and 

outcome by age, sex, and road-use category. Barancik JI, 

et al. Am J Epiderniol 1986 May;123(5):846-61 



43 



ACCIDENTS, TRAFFIC 

Peripheral vision and the aetiology of child pedestrian 

accidents. David SS, et nl. Br J Psycho! 1986 Feb;77 ( 

Ft 1):1 17-35 
Motorcycle helmet repeal and fatalities [letter] 

J SC Med Assoc 1986 Feb;82(2):97-I00 
Accidents and all-terrain vehicles [letter] Trager GW, et al. 

JAMA 1986 Apr 25;255(16):2 160-1 
A statistical analysis of road traffic accidents in Athens, 

1978-82. Lefkidis CA, et al. Med Sci Law 1986 Jan; 

26(l):29-32 
A statewide motor vehicle injury surveillance system. 

Emergency room vehicular injury cases are heavily 

weighted toward adolescents, younger adults, and males. 

Rockett I, et al. RI Med J 1986 Feb;69(2):67-70 
Placenta! laceration and stillbirth following motor vehicle 

accident with legal ramifications. Nichols MM, et al. 

Ten Med 1986 Mar;82(3):26-8 
Immobilon advertisement [letter] Vet Rcc 1986 Mar 8; 

118(10):283-4 
[Frontal collision in the reclining-sitting position. Medical 

and legal aspects] Mollhoff G. Z Rcchtsmcd 1985; 

95(4):277-83 (Eng. Abstr.) (Ger) 

[Work capacity of persons injured in traffic accidents. 

Temporary disability (a review of the literature)] 

laremenko DA, et al. Ortop Travmatol I'rotez 1986 Jan; 

(l):69-72 (35 ref.) (Rus) 

[Severing of the body in automobile injury] Bakanov VV, 

et al. Sud Med Ekspert 1986 Jan-Mar;29(l):54-5 (Rus) 

ECONOMICS 

A framework for costing accidents and accident types. 

Andreassend DC. Accid Anal Prev 1985 Apr; 17(2): 11 1-7 
Is motor vehicle-related mortality a disease of development? 

Winternute GJ. Accid Anal Prev 1985 Jun;17(3):223-37 
Financial charges of hospitalized motorcyclists at the 

Massachusetts General Hospital. Bach BR Jr, et al. 

J Trauma 1986 Apr;26(4):343-7 
Public funds and the injured motorcyclist [letter] JAMA 1986 

Apr 25;255(16);2I61-2 

PREVENTION & CONTROL 

Sox differences in the distribution of traffic law enforcement. 

Kirkham RW, et al. Accid Anal Prev 1985 Jun;17(3):211-5 
A review of the literature evaluating the Defensive Driving 

Course. Lund AK, et al. Accid Anal Prev 1985 Dec; 

17(6):449-60 (29 ref.) 
Alcohol policy and the Presidential Commission on Drunk 

Driving: the paths not taken. Mosher JF. 

Accid Anal Prev 1985 Jun;17(3):239-50 
Relating the effect of safety measures to expected number 

of accidents. Persaud D. Accid Anal Prev 1986 Feb; 

18(1):63-70 
Drinking-driving accident countermeasures: why not try 

changing the environment? Thomson GA. 

Accid Ana! Prev 1985 Jun;l7(3):207~10 
Does periodic vehicle inspection prevent accidents? White 

WT. Accid Anal Prev 1986 Feb; 18(0:51-62 
Teenage driver licensing in relation to state laws. Williams 

AF, et al. Accid Anal Prcv 1985 Apr;17(2):135-45 
Night driving curfews in New York and Louisiana: results 

of a questionnaire survey. Williams AF, et al. 

Accid Anal Prev 1985 Dec;)7(6):461-6 
Seat belt use at work prevents accident costs, lost work time. 

Ware A, et al. Occup Health Saf 1986 Feb;55(2):20-6 
Driving safety and adolescent behavior. Brown RC, et al. 

Pediatrics 1986 Apr;77(4):603-7 
[The most recent knowledge in accident research] Danncr 

IM. I.tbensversicherimgsmcdUin 1986 Mar l;38(2):37-8 

(Ger) 

ACCLIMATIZATION 

Respiratory adjustments of the unanaesthetized chicken, 

Gallus domesticus, to elevated metabolism elicited by 

2,4-dinitroplienol or cold exposure. Gleeson M. 

Comp Biochem Physiol [A] 1986;83(2):283-9 
Anaerobic wintering of crucian carp (Carassius carassius 

L.) II. Metabolic products. Holopainen U, et al. 

Comp Biochem Physiol [A] 1986;83(2):239-42 
Seasonal variation in plasma testosterone, luteinizing 

hormone concentrations and LH-RH responsiveness in 

mature, male rusa deer (Cervus rusn timorensis). van 

Mourik S, el al. Comp Biochem Physiol [A] 1986; 

83(2):347-51 
Cold exposure as a potentiating factor of pineal actions in 

nonhibernating mammals. Sanchez-Barcel6 EJ, et al. 

Cryobiology 1986 Feb;23(l):72-80 
Ventilatory acclimatization to hyppxia is not dependent on 

cerebral hypocapnic alkalosis. Bisgard GE, et al. 

J Appl Physiol 1986 Mar;60(3):1011-5 
Energy balance in exercise-trained rats acclimated at two 

environmental temperatures. Richard D, et al. 

J Appl Physiol 1986 Mar;60(3): 1054-9 
Carotid bodies are required for ventilatory acclimatization 

to chronic hypoxia. Smith CA, et al. J Appl Physiol 1986 

Mar;60(3):I003-IO 
Effect of thermal acclimation on locomotor energetics and 

locomotor performance in a lungless salamander, 

Desmognathus ochrophaeus. Feder ME. J Exp Biol 1986 

Mar;121:271-83 
[Effect of a complex of climatic and navigational factors on 



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INDEX MEDICUS 

the status of psychophysiologicai functions in sailors of the 
Arctic Navy] Stenlco luM, et al. Gig Tr Prof Zabol 1986 
Jan;(l):28-31 (Eng. Abstr.) (Rus) 

ACCOMMODATION, OCULAR 

Static vergence and accommodation: population norms and 

orthoptics effects. Hung GK., et al. Doc Ophthalmol 1986 

Feb 28;62(2): 165-79 
The dissociability of accommodation from vergence in the 

dark. Kotulak JC, et al. Invest Ophthalmol Vis Sci 1986 

Apr;27(4):544-51 
Short-term changes in tonic accommodation. Krumholz DM, 

et al. Invest Ophthalmol Vis Sci 1986 Apr;27(4):552-7 
On Pulfrich-illusion eye movements and accommodation 

vergence during visual pursuit. Enright JT. Vision Res 

1985;25(11): 1613-22 
The magnitude of longitudinal chromatic aberration of the 

human eye between 458 and 633 nm. Gilmartin B, et al. 

Vision Res 1985;25(ll):1747-53 
Can current models of accommodation and vergence control 

account for the discrepancies between AC/A 

measurements made by the fixation disparity and phoria 

methods? Judge SJ. Vision Res 1985;25(12):1999-2001 
[Subjective free-vision determination of refraction with the 

opto-refractor] Hainz L. Klin Monatsbl Augenheilkd 1986 

Jan;188(l):74-8 (Eng. Abslr.) (Ger) 

[Galvanization of the neck area in treating accommodation 

disorders in myopia in children] Evenlova NB. 

Vestn Oftalmol 1986 Jan-Feb;102(I):44-5 (Eng. Abslr.) 

(Rus) 

ACCOUNTING 

METHODS 

An integrative model of cash collections for mental health 
centers. Roberts T, et al. Community Mcn( Health J 1985 
Winter;21(4):282-93 

TRENDS 

PCs top hospitals' choice for cost accounting. Packer CL. 
Hospitals 1986 Apr 20;60(8):93 

ACCOUNTS PAYABLE AND RECEIVABLE sec under 
ACCOUNTING 

ACCREDITATION 

Techniques for managing the self-study. Kisbey BR. 
J Allied Health 1986 Feb;15(l):43-8 

International Federation of Clinical Chemistry, Education 
Committee and International Union of Pure and Applied 
Chemistry, Division of Clinical Chemistry: definition of 
the terms certification, lie-ensure and accreditation in 
clinical chemistry. Schwartz MK, et al. 
J Clin Chem din Biochem 1985 Dec;23(12):899-901 

[Nursing care and the administration of a pediatrics service. 
Accreditation in the teaching of health care in Quilpue, 
Chile] Soya de Lezana E, et al. Bo! Of Sanit Panam 1986 
Jan;100(l):84-93 (Eng. Abstr.) (Spa) 

ACEBUTOLOL 

PHARMACODYNAMICS 

Comparison of four beta-blockers as assessed by 24-hour 
ECG recording. Escoubet B, et al. 
Clin Plmrmacol Thcr 1986 Apr;39(4):361-8 

THERAPEUTIC USE 

The effects of acebutolol and metoprolol on walking 
distances and distal blood pressure in hypertensive patients 
with intermittent claudication. Svendsen TL, ct al. 
Acta Med Scand 1986;2i9(2):161-5 

[Nyetohemeral blood pressure profiling by automatic 
measurement in ambulatory hypertensive patients. 
Treatment with acebutolol] Favre L, et al. Presse Med 
1986 Feb 1;I5(4): 149-52 (Eng. Abstr.) (Frc) 

ACECLIDINE see under QUINUCLIDINES 
ACEDAPSONE see under DAPSONE 
ACENOCOUMARIN see ACENOCOUMAROL 

ACENOCOUMAROL 

METABOLISM 

The effect of pcntobarbitone anaesthesia and hypothermia 
on the hepatic clearance of indocyanine green and 
S(-)-acenocoumarol in the rat. Daemen MJ, et al 
J Pharm Pharmacol 1986 Feb;38(2):122-5 

POISONING 

[Application of a new method of assaying 
decarboxyprothrombin to the diagnosis of antivitamin K 
poisoning [letter]] Lefrere JJ, et al, Presse Med 1986 Feb 
8;15(5):214 (Fre) 



JUL 1986 

THERAPEUTIC USE 

[Recurrence of myocardial infarct after discontinued 
administration of oral anticoagulants: fatal rebound for 
certain risk groups?] Beer J, et al. 
Schvreiz Med Wochenschr 1986 Apr 5;116(14):429-31 (Eng 
Abstr.) ( Ge ?) 

ACEPROMAZINE 

Cardiopulmonary effects of aceprpmazine and of the 
subsequent administration of ketamine in the dog Farver 
TB, et al. Am J Vet Res 1986 Mar;47(3):631-S 

ACETABULARIA see under ALGAE, GREEN 

ACETABULUM 

INJURIES 

Fractures of the acetabulum. Mears DC, et al. Hln 1985' 
:95-113 

Clinical and radiographic long term results of acetabular 
fractures associated with dislocations of the hip. Toni A 
et al. Ital J Orthop Traumatol 1985 Dec;ll(4):443-54 ' 

Acetabuiar epiphysis-Iabrum entrapment following traumatic 
anterior dislocation of the hip in children. Shea KP ct 
al. J Pediatr Orthop 1986 Mar-Apr;6(2):215-9 

[Primary allo-arthroplasty in acetabulum fractures] Ulrich 
C, et al. Unfnllchirurg 1986 Feb;89(2):49-56 (Eng. Abstr) 

(Get) 

PATHOLOGY 

[Narrowing of the hip joint cavity] Valouch P, et a! 

Cesk Radlol 1986 Mar;40(2):70-3 (Eng. Abstr.) (Cue) 
[Geometric reconstruction of the primary picture of the 

acetabulum and femur head in advanced rheumatoid 

coxitis] Pucar I. Reumarizam 1985;32(5-6):I16-20 (Eng. 

Abstr.) (Scr) 

PHYSIOLOGY 

Bone ingrowth into porous coated canine acctnbular 
replacements: the effect of pore size, apposition, arid 
dislocation. Harris WH, et al. Hip I985;:2 14-34 

SURGERY 

Allograft reconstruction of the acetabulum during revision 
total hip arthroplasty. Clinical, rndiograpTiio, and 
scintigrapliic assessment of the results. Trancik TM, el al 
J Bone Joint Surg [Am] 1986 Apr;68(4):527-33 

[Results of 56 acetabular shelf operations with a Icing 
follow-up] Le Saout J, et al. Actn Ortliop Bclg I9BS- 
51(6):955-75 (Eng. Abstr.) * < F roi 

[Plastic repair of the acetnhnlar floor for ticetubular 
protrusion in total endoprosthcses of the: hip joint] 
Udvarhelyi I, ct al. Z Ortliop 19X5 Nov-Dcc;123(6):973--4 
(Eng. Abstr.) <(;.) 

ACETABUTONE sec under BUTYROPHENONICS 

ACETALDEHYDE 

BLOOD 

Improved methods for the measurement of nuutnlclchyde 
concentrations in plasma and red blood cells. Di I'tulova 
C, et al. Alcoholism (NY) 1986 Jan-Feb;!0(l):a6-9 

Disulfiram-ethanol reaction in the rat. 1. Blood nlcohoi, 
acetaldehyde, and liver aldehyde clohydrogcnase 
relationships. Jensen JC, et al. Alcoholism (NY) 1986 
Jan-Feb;10(l):45-9 

METABOLISM 

Covalent binding of acetaldehyde selectively inhibit! the 

catalytic activity of lysine-dependent enzymes. Mauch TJ 

et al. Hepatolngy 1986 Mar-Apr;6(2):263-9 
Acetaldehyde adducts with serum proteins: effect on 

diazepam and phenytoin binding. Lucas D, et al 

Pharmacology 1 986;32(3): 1 34-40 
Role of acetaldehyde and xanthinc oxidasc j n 

ethanol-induced oxidative stress. Oei HH, et al. 

Res Commun Chcm Pathol Pharmacol 1986 Pet,. 

PHARMACODYNAMICS 

Effect of acetaldehyde treatment in vivo on rm IJver 

tryptophan oxygenase and tyrosine aminotransferase 

activities. Shiohara E, et al. 

Arukoru Kenkyuto Yakubutsu Ison 1985 Dec;20(4):3d&-9A 
Acetaldehyde and cardiac protein synthesis in the rat in vivo 

Auton WP, et al. Int J Biochem 1986;18(3):289-92 
Intravenous self-administration of ethanol and acctaldehvtl* 

by rats. Takayama S, et al. Yakubutsu Selshln Kodo J9Sjj 

JJccj9 34 



ACETAMIDES 

Diphenpyramide: a review of its pharmacolojtv n^i 
anti-inflammatory effects. Jochems OB, et al 
Pharmatherapeutica 19S6;4(7):429-41 

[Establishment of the maximum permissible concert Irmjon, 



JUL 1986 



of toluin and its analogs in reservoir water] Bakhritdinov 
ShS. Gig Sailit 1986 Feb;(2):75-7 (Rus) 

PHARMACODYNAMICS 

Cytochrome P-450-dependent H2O2 production 
demonstrated in vivo. Influence of phenobarbital and 
allylisopropylacelamide. Premereur N, et al. FEBS Lett 
1986 Apr 7;199(l):19-22 

TOXICITY 

Biochemical and substructural studies on hepatic and serum 
lipoprotein metabolism after acute liver injury induced by 
thioacetamide in rats. Zimmermann T, et al. Exp Pathol 
1985;28(4):225-33 

[Establishment of the maximum permissible concentrations 
of toluin and its analogs in reservoir water] Bakhritdinov 
ShS. Gig Sanit 1986 Feb;(2):75-7 (Rus) 

2-ACETAMIDOFLUORENE see 
2-ACETYLAMINOFLUORENE 

ACETAMIDOPHENOL see ACETAMINOPHEN 

ACETAMINOPHEN 

ADVERSE EFFECTS 

[Gastroduodenal tolerability of indomethacin and 
acetaminophen. A comparative endoscopic study in healthy 
subjects] Miiller P, et al. Arzneimittelforschung 1986 Feb; 
36(2):269-70 (Eng. Abstr.) (Gcr) 

[Paracetamol and cancer risk (letter)] Jacobsen CD. 
Tidsskr Nor Lacgeforen 1986 Mar 10;106(7):604-5 (Nor) 

ANALYSIS 

An assay for paracetamol, produced by the O-deetliylation 
of phenacetin in vitro, using gas chromatography/electrori 
capture negative ion chemical ionization mass 
spcctromctry. Murray S, et al. 
Biomed Environ Mass Spectrom 1986 Feb;13(2):91-3 

BLOOD 

Modified enzymatic assay for acetaminophen. Alkhayat A. 

Clin Chem 1986 Apr;32(4):699-700 
Paracetamol (acetaminophen) analysis by high performance 

liquid chromatography: interference studies and 

comparison with an enzymatic procedure. Starkey BJ, ct 

al. Thcr Druft Monit 1986;8(l):78-84 

METABOLISM 

Acetaminophen in the guinea pig: metabolite identification 

in blood, urine, and bile. Hidvegi S, et al. 

Can J Physiol Pharmacol 1986 Jn;64(l):72-6 
Free-radical metabolites (if acetaminophen and a 

dimcthylated derivative. Fischer V, et al. 

Environ Health Pcrspect 1985 r>ec;64: 127-37 
Effect of aging on drug-metabolizing enzymes important in 

acetaminophen elimination. Galinsky RE, et al. 

J Pharmacia Exp Thcr 1986 Apr;237(l):107-13 
[Pharmacokinetics of paracetamol after oral administration 

in patients with pyloric stenosis] Gabriel J, et al. 

Pol Tyg Lck 1985 Dec 23-30;40(5 1-52): 1465-8 (Pol) 

POISONING 

A new potent inhibitor of lipid peroxidation in vitro and 

in vivo, the hepatoprotective drug anisyldithiollhione. 

Mansuy D, et al Biochem Biophys Res Commun 1986 Mar 

28; 135(3): 10 15-21 
Depression and suicide in children and adolescents. Greene 

.IW, et al. Compr Ther 1986 Fcb;12(2):38-43 
Mechanism of paracetamol toxicity [letter] Holme JA, et al. 

Lancet 1986 Apr 5;l(8484):804-5 
Maternal acetaminophen overdose at 15 weeks of gestation. 

Ludmir J, el al. Olistet Gynccol 1986 May;67(5):750-l 
The choice between intravenous N-acetylcysteine and oral 

melhionine in paracetamol poisoning. Monteagudo FS, et 

al. S Afr Med 3 1986 Mar 1;69(5):279 
Therapeutic protocol No. 2. Management of paracetamol 

overdose. Monteagudo FS, et al. S Afr Mod J 1986 Mar 

29;69(7):406 
[Paracetamol poisoning] Jensen K. Ugcskr Lacger 1986 Mar 

10;148(ll):641-3 (Eng. Abstr.) (Dan) 

THERAPEUTIC USE 

Comparative study of flurbiprofen, zomepirac sodium, 

acetaminophen plus codeine, and acetaminophen for the 

relief of postsurgical dental pain. Sunshine A, et al. 

Am J Med 1986 Mar 24,80(3A):50-4 
Effect of acetaminophen on human gastric mucosa! injury 

caused by ibuprofcn. Lanza FL, et al. Gut 1986 Apr; 

27(4):440-3 
The effects of indoprofen vs paracetamol on swelling, pain 

and other events after surgery. Olstad OA, et al. 

Int J Clin Pharmacol Ther Toxicol 1986 Jan;24(l):34-8 

TOXICITY 

Effects of cysteine pro-drugs on acetaminophen-induced 
hepatotoxicity. Hazelton GA, el al. 
J Pharmacol Exp Thcr 1986 Apr;237(l):341-9 



INDEX MEDICUS 

Effects of pregnancy on the toxicity and metabolism of 

acetaminophen in mice. Larrey D, et al. 

J Pharmacol Exp Ther 1986 Apr;237(l):283-91 
Reversal of acetaminophen toxicity in isolated hamster 

hepatocytes by dithiothreitol. Tee LB, et al. 

Toxicol AppI Pharmacol 1986 Apr;83(2):294-314 

URINE 

The effect of the molecular weight of polyethylene glycol 
on the bioavailabiiity of paracetamol-polyethylene glycol 
solid dispersions. Vila-Jato JL, et al. 
J Pharra Pharmacol 1986 Feb;38(2):126-8 

ACETANILIDES 

Long-acting local anaesthetics in oral surgery. Clinical 
evaluation of bupivacaine and ctidocaine for mandibular 
nerve block. Danielsson K, et al. 
Int J Oral Maxillofac Surg 1986 Apr;15(2):119~26 

[Peridural anesthesia with morphine and Irimecaine: an 
analysis of 2000 oases] Vitenbek IA, et al. Vestn Khir 1985 
Dec;135(12):110-4 (Eng. Abstr.) (Rus) 

ACETATE KINASE see under 
PHOSPHOTRANSFERASES, ATP 

ACETATES 

BLOOD 

Enzymatic determination of acetate in serum. Bartelt U, et 
al. J Clin Chem Clln Biochem 1985 Dec;23(12):879-81 

ACETAZINE see ACEPROMAZ1NE 

ACETAZOLAMIDE 

ADVERSE EFFECTS 

[Lithium poisoning. 2 unpublished interactions: 
acetazolamide and niflumic acid] Gay C, et al. 
Enccphale 1985 Nov-Dec;Il(6):261-2 (Eng. Abslr.) (Fre) 

PHARMACODYNAMICS 

Secretion of pyruvate and lactate in pancreatic juice induced 

by aeetazolamide or secretin. Kuroshima T, et al. 

Am J Physlol 1986 Apr;250(4 Pt 1):G 398-404 
Mechanisms of protective activity of 16, 16-dimethyl POE2 

and acetazolamide on gaslric and duodenal lesions in rats. 

Takeuchi K, ct al. Dig Dis Sci 1986 Apr;31(4):406-ll 
[Effects of acetazolamide on pulmonary function and 

vcntilatory responses to hypei'capnia and hypoxia in 

healthy male subjects] Tojima H, et al. 

Kokyu To Junkan 1986 Jan;34U):69-74 (Eng. Abstr.) 

(Jpn) 

THERAPEUTIC USE 

Effect of diuretics on endolymphatic hyclrops. Shinkawa H, 
et al. Acta Otolarynnol (Stockh) 1986 Jan-Feb; 
101(l-2):43-52 

ACETIC ACID KSTERS see under ACETIC ACIDS 

ACETIC ACIDS 

ADVERSE EFFECTS 

Effects of puroxyacetyl nitrate alone and in combination with 
ozone in healthy young women, llorvatli SM, et al. 
J Air Pollnt Control Assoc 1986 Mar;36(3):265-70 

ANALYSIS 

Aerobic and anaerobic biodegradation of nitrilotriacetale in 
subsurface soils. Ward Til. licotoxicol Environ Safety 1986 
Feb;ll(l):112-25 

[Formation and transport of ozone and other photochemical 
oxidants] Moser W. So/. Prflvcntivmcd 1986;3 1(0:48-52 
(Eng. Abstr.) (Ger) 

METABOLISM 

Disposition and biotransformation of 14C-etodolac in man. 
Ferdinand! ES, et al. Xenoblotica 1986 Feb;16(2):153-66 

PHARMACODYNAMICS 

CO2/H+ receptors in the lungs of anaesthetized rabbits. 
Trenchard D. Rcspir Physiol 1986 Feb;63(2):227-40 

POISONING 

[infrastructure of myelin of the central nervous system of 
rats after cobalt acetate poisoning] Gajkowska B, et al. 
Ncuropatol Pol 1985;23(4):545-55 (Eng. Abstr.) (Pol) 

THERAPEUTIC USE 

Minimum effective dose of etodolac for the treatment of 

rheumatoid arthritis. Jacob G, et al. J Clin Pharmacol 1986 

Mar;26(3):195-202 
Therapeutic benefit of dichloroacetate in experimentally 

induced hypoxic lactic acidosis. Abu Romen S, et al. 

J Lab Clin Med 1986 Apr;107(4):378-83 



ACETYLCHOLINE 



'Morbakka', another cubomedusan. Fenner PJ, et al. 
Med J Aust 1985 Dec 9-23;143(12-13):550-l, 554-5 

TOXICITY 

Effect of N-nitroso-n-butyl-(4-hydroxybutyl)amine 
exposure on the changes in mineral disposition caused by 
trisodium nitrilotriacetate. Anderson RL, et al. 
Food Chem Toxicol 1986 Mar;24(3):229-35 

ACETIC ANHYDRIDES see under ACETIC ACIDS 
ACETOIN see under BUTANONES 

ACETOIN DEHYDROGENASE see under ALCOHOL 
OX1DOREDUCTASES 

2-ACETOLACTATE MUTASE see under ISOMERASES 

ACETOLACTATE SYNTHASE see under 
KETOACID-LYASES 

ACETONCHLOROFORM see CHLOROBUTANOL 

ACETONE 

Attraction of the tsetse fly Glossina morsitans submorsitans 
to acetone, l-oclen-3-ol, and the combination of these 
compounds in West Africa. Politzar H, et al. 
Rev Elev Med Vet Pays Trop 1984;37(4):468-73 

ANALYSIS 

Determination of the concentration and specific activity of 
acetone in biological fluids. Gavino VC, et al. 
Anal Biochem 1986 Feb 1;152(2):256-61 

[Determination of acetone and dichloroethane in cadaveric 
material by gas-liquid chromatography] Slashchinin GA, 
et al. Sud Med Ekspert 1986 Jan-Mar;29(l):45-6 (Eng. 
Abstr.) (Rus) 

ACETONE BODIES see KETONE BODIES 
ACETOPHENETIDIN sec PHENACETIN 
ACETOPROMAZINE see ACEPROMAZINE 

ACETOXYACETYLAMINOFLUORENE see under 
2-ACETYLAMINOFLUORENE 

ACETYL COA ACETYLTRANSFERASE sec under 
ACETYLTRANSKERASES 

ACETYL COA ACYLTRANSFKRASE see under 
ACYLTRANSFEHASES 

ACETYI, COA CARUOXYI.ASE see under I.IGASES 

ACETYL COA HYDROLASE see under TH1OLESTER 
IIYDROLASES 

ACETYL COENZYME A SYNTHETASE see under 
COENZYME A SYNTHETASES 

ACETYL GLYCERYL ETHER PHOSPHORYLCIIOLINE 
see PLATELET ACTIVATING FACTOR 

2-ACETYLAMINOFLUORENE 

METABOLISM 

Mitosis in hepatocytes is generally associated with elevated 
levels of the tnrget polypeplide of a liver carcinogen. 
Custer RP, et al. Differentiation 1985;30(2): 176-81 

TOXICITY 

Influences of different polychlorinated biphenyls on 
cytocidal, mitoinhibitory, and nodule-selecting activities 
of N-2-fluorenylacetamide in rat liver. Hayes MA, ct al. 
JNCI 1986 Apr;76(4):683-91 

ACETYLCARNITINE see under CARNITINE 

ACETYLCHOLINE 

ANALYSIS 

High-performance liquid chromatography followed by 
peroxyoxalate chemiluminescence detection of 
acetylcholine and choline utilizing immobilized enzymes. 
Honda K, et al. Anal Biochem 1986 Feb 15;153(l):50-3 

BIOSYNTHESIS 

Substrate dependency of acetylcholine biosynthesis and its 
implications. Korver O. Bibl Nutr Dicta 1986;(38):145-8 

BLOOD 

[Acetylcholine-cholinesterase system of the blood in chronic 
gastritis] Gamerova GS, el al. Klin Med (Mosk) 1986 Jan; 
64(l):92-6 (Eng. Abstr.) (Rus) 



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IMMUNOLOGY 

Detection of anti-acetylcholine antibodies in myasthenic 
patients. Souan ML, et al. Neurosci Lett 1986 Feb 14; 
64(l):23-8 

METABOLISM 

Effect of thiopental sodium and barbitone sodium on the total 

acetylcholine content and acetylcholinesterase activity in 

the brain tissue of Arvicanthis niloticus. Fathi MM, et al. 

Comp Biochem Physiol [q 1986;83(1): 185-90 
Increased acetylcholine synthesis and release in bruins of cats 

with GM1 gangliosidosis. Jope RS, et al. J Neurochem 1986 

May;46(5): 1567-72 
Effect of intrastriatal injection of diisopropylfluorophosphate 

on acetylcholine, dopamine, and serotonin metabolism. 

Robinson SE, et al. 3 Neurochem 1986 May;46(5):1632-8 
Changes of total acetylcholine content and the activity of 

related enzymes in SART (repeated cold)-stressed rat brain 

and duodenum. Kita T, et at. Jpn J Pharmacol 1986 Jan; 

40(l):174-7 
Effect of external Ca2+ on the spontaneous and the various 

stimuli-induced acetylcholine release from guinea-pig 

ileum myenteric plexus. Yokoyama K, et al. 

Jpn J Pharmacol 1986 Jan;40(l):194-8 
Demonstration of a receptor in Torpedo aynaptic vesicles 

for the acetylcholine storage blocker 

L-trans-2-(4-phenyl[3,4-3H]-piperidino) cyclohexanol. 

Bahr DA, et al. Proc Natl Acad Sci USA 1986 Apr; 

83(7):2267-70 
[Effects of lithium on the spontaneous quanta! release of 

transmitter from motor terminals of the diaphragm of rats] 

Kouniniotou-Krontiri P. J Physiol (Paris) 1985;80(5):340-8 

(Eng. Abstr.) (Fre) 

PHARMACODYNAMICS 

Dissociation of the crotoxin complex promoted by 
acetylcholine. Canziani GA, et al. 
Ada Physiol Pharmacol Latinoam 1985;35(2): 165-80 
Effects of intracoronary injection of acetylcholine on 
coronary arterial diameter. Horio Y, et al. 
Am J Cardiol 1986 Apr 15;57(1 1):984-9 
Facilitation of acetylcholine-evoked catecholamine release 
by cyclic AMP on isolated perfused dog adrenal glands. 
Tsujimoto A, ct al. Arch Int Pharmacodyn Ther 1986 Feb; 
279(2):304-13 

Motoneurpnal location and acetylcholine sensitivity of 
developing rat slow and fast twitch muscle fibres. 
Asmussen G, et al. Biomcd Bicchim Acta 1986; 
45(1-2):S55-60 

Effects of locally administered anticholinesterase agents on 
the secretory response of human eccrine sweat glands to 
acetylcholine and carbachol. Longmore J, et al. 
Br J din Pharmacol 1986 Feb;21(2):131-5 
Changes in mechanical responses of vascular smooth muscles 
to acetylcholine, noradrenaline and high-potassium 
solution in hypercholesterolemic rabbits. Ibengwe JK, et 
al. Br J Pharmacol 1986 Feb;87(2):395-402 
Effect of acetylcholine and secretin on medullary collecting 
duct function in the rat. Wilson DR, et al. 
Can J Physiol Pharmacol 1986 Jan;64(l):62-5 
Dichlorvos and acetylcholine increase 32P-labelling of 
phosphoHpids in cricket central nerve cords. Ross DC, et 
al. Comp Biochem Physiol [C\ !986;83(I);33-6 
The influence of prostaglandin E2 (PGE2) on the 
acetylcholine-initiated contractions of isolated gastric 
muscularis muscle of Bufo marinus. Tsui CS, et al. 
Comp Biochem Physiol [C] 1986;83(l):211-5 
Acetylcholine receptors in the gastrulating chick embryo. 
Laasberg T, et al. Experientia 1986 Apr 15;42(4):439-40 
Nicardipine releases sustained coronary arterial constriction 
induced by acetylcholine in the rhesus monkey. Satoh K, 
et al. Heart Vessels 1985 May;l(2):74-7 
Endothelium-dependent contractions to acetylcholine in the 
aorta of the spontaneously hypertensive rat. Liischer TF, 
et al. Hypertension 1986 Apr ; 8(4):344-8 
Modification of the effects of muscarinic agonists by 
reversible and irreversible anticholinesterase compounds 
in the guinea pig atrium. Freeman SE, et al. 
J Mol Cell Cardiol 1986 Mar;l8(3):231-9 
Serotonin enhances the excitatory acetylcholine response in 
the RB cell cluster of Aplysia californica. Simmons LK, 
et al. J Neurosci 1986 Mar;6(3):774-81 
Excitatory and differential disinhibitory actions of 
acetylcholine in the lateral geniculate nucleus of the cat. 
Eysel UT, et al. J Physiol (Lond) 1986 Jan;370:233-54 
Alteration of fetal heart rate caused by extrauterine 
environmental changes. Masuyama I, et al. 
Nippon Juigaku Zasshi 1986 Feb;48(l):61-8 
The role of vagus nerve on histamine- and 
acetylcholine-induced bronchoconstriction (experiments 
on cats). Zimmermann I, et al. Res Exp Med (Berl) 1986; 
186(l):29-34 

[Reactivity of the cholinoceptive cortical neurons to the 
repeated action of acetylcholine] Kotliar BI, et al. 
Biull Eksp Blol Med 1986 Mar;I01(3):259-60 (Eng. Abstr.) 

(Rus) 

PHYSIOLOGY 

Neurotransmitters of the cochlea and cochlear nucleus: 
immunocytochemical evidence. Altschuler RA, et al. 



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INDEX MEDICUS 

Am J Otolaryitgol 1986 Mar-Apr;7(2): 100-6 (59 ref.) 
The effect of cigarette smoking during pregnancy on the 

cholinergic system in isolated term human placental tissue. 

Rowell PP, et al. Biol Reprod 1986 Mar;34(2):344-8 
Generation of cortical event-related slow potentials in the 

rat involves nucleus basalis cholinergic innervation. Pirch 

JH, et al. Elcctroencephalogr Clin Neurophysiol 1986 May; 

63(5):464-75 
Role of brain cholinergic system in the atitihypertensive 

effect of clonidine in different models of rat hypertension. 

Squadrito F, et al. J Hypertension [Suppl] 1985 Dec; 

3(4):S97-9 
Cholinergic and GABAergic regulation of dopamine 

beta-hydroxylase activity in the adrenal gland of the rat. 

Lima L, et al. J Pharmacol Exp Ther 1986 Apr; 

237(1):265-70 
Parasympathetic stimulation as a mechanism for 

platelet-activating factor-induced contractile responses in 

the lung. Stimler-Oerard NP. J Pharmacol Exp Ther 1986 

Apr;237(l):209-13 
Distinct sites of functional interaction between dopamine, 

acetylcholine and gamma-aminobutyrate within the 

neostriatum: an electromyographic study in rats. 

Ellenbroek B, et al. Ncuroscience 1986;17(l):79-88 
[Cholinergic hypothesis of depression] Leboyer M, et al, 

Encephale 1985 Nov-Dec;ll(6):229-34 (53 ref.) (Eng. 

Abstr.) (Fre) 

SECRETION 

The release of acetylcholine: from a cellular towards a 
molecular mechanism. Israel M, et al. Biol Cell 1985; 
55(1-2):1-14 

A comparison of the effects of three substance P antagonists 
on tachykinin-stimulated [3H]-acetylcholine release in the 
guinea-pig ileum. Featherstone RL, et al. 
Br J Pharmacol 1986 Jan;87(l):73-7 

Effect of adenosine, adenosine derivatives, and caffeine on 
acetylcholine release from brain synaptosomes: interaction 
with muscarinic autoregulatory mechanisms. Pedata F, et 
al. J Neurochem 1986 May;46(5): 1593-8 

Affinity of various purine nucleosides for adenosine receptors 
on purified myenteric varicosities compared to their 
efficacy as presynaptic inhibitors of acetylcholine release. 
Christofi FL, et al. J Pharmacol Exp Ther 1986 Apr; 
237(1):305-11 

Effects of d-amphetamine and dopamine synthesis inhibitors 
on dopamine and acetylcholine neurotransmisston in the 
striatum. I. Release in the absence of vesicular transmitter 
stores. Parker EM, et al. J Pharmacol Exp Ther 1986 Apr; 
237(l):179-92 

Effects of d-amphetamine and dopamine synthesis inhibitors 
on dopamine and acetylcholine neurotransmission in the 
striatum. II. Release in the presence of vesicular transmitter 
stores. Parker EM, et al. J Pharmacol Exp Ther 1986 Apr; 
237(1):193-203 

On the mechanism of acetylcholine release. Dunaut Y. 
Prog Neurobiol 1986;26(l):55-92 (231 ref.) 

THERAPEUTIC USE 

Comparison of intraocular acetylcholine and carbachol. Yee 
RW, ct al. J Cataract Refract Surg 1986 Jan;12(l):18-22 

ACETYLCHOLINE RECEPTORS see RECEPTORS, 
CHOLINERGIC 

ACETYLCHOLINESTERASE 

BLOOD 

In vitro insulin effect on acetylcholine esterase of erythrocyte 
membranes of normal and diabetic rats. Agarwal VR, et 
al. Acta Diabetol Lat 1985 Oct-Dec;22(4):359-63 

Haemolytic effect of the enzyme system acelylcholiue 
erythrocyte-cholinesterase. The enzyme systems possible 
connection with H + -ion activity relating to erythrocy tes 
from the spleen. Torp HE. Scand J Haematol [Suppl] 1986; 
46:1-11 

DEFICIENCY 

Separation of the acetylcholinesterase-deficient red cells in 
paroxysmal nocturnal hemoglobinuria. Chow FL, et al. 
Blood 1986 Apr;67(4):893-7 

METABOLISM 

Mobilization of hypothalamus acetylcholinesterase from 
bound to soluble fraction by electrical stimulation of the 
rabbit sciatic nerve. Romero-Vecchione E, et al. 
Acta Cient Venez 1985;36(2):168-9 

Pentagastrin on neurotransmitter enzyme activities in the rat 
gastrointestinal tract. Heitkemper MM, et al. 
Am J Physiol 1986 Apr;250(4 Pt l):G546-52 

Fiber type and non-endplate acetylcholinesterase in normal 
and experimentally altered muscles. Miintener M, et al. 
Anat Embryol (Berl) 1986;173(3):377-83 

Distribution of the molecular forms of acetylcholinesterase 
in human brain: alterations in dementia of the Alzheimer 
type. Fishman EB, et al. Ann Neurol 1986 Mar;19(3):246-52 

Systematic regional differences in the cholinergic innervation 
of the primate cerebral cortex: distribution of enzyme 
activities and some behavioral implications. Mesulam MM, 
et al. Ann Neurol 1986 Feb;19(2):144-51 



JUL 1986 

The effect of temperature on the acetylcholinesterase activity 
of muscle microsomes. Munoz-Delgado E, et al. 
Biochem Int 1986 Feb; !2(2).-29 1-302 

Synthesis and in vitro properties of a powerful quaternary 
methylphosphonate inhibitor of acetylcholinesterase. A 
new marker in blood-brain barrier research. Levy D, et 
al. Biochem Pharmacol 1986 Apr 1;35(7): 1079-85 

Fractional diffusion-limited component of reactions 
catalyzed by acetylcholinesterase. Bazelyansky M, et al. 
Biochemistry 1986 Jan 14;25(1):125-30 

Determination of rate constants for the irreversible inhibition 
of acetylcholine esterase by continuously monitoring the 
substrate reaction in the presence of the inhibitor. Liu W, 
et al. Biochim Biophys Acta 1986 Mar 28;870(2): 185-90 

Effect of thiopental sodium and barbitone sodium on the total 
acetylcholine content and acetylcholinesterase activity in 
the brain tissue of Arvicanthis niloticus. Fathi MM, et al, 
Comp Biochem Physiol [C] I986;83(t): 185-90 

The synaptic form of acetylcholinesterase binds to 
cell-surface heparan sulfate proteoglycans. Brandan E, et 
al. J Neurosci Res 1986;15(2):185-96 

The effects of ischemia and CDPamines on Na+, 
KH ATPase and acetylcholinesterase activities in rat 
brain. Goldberg WJ, et al. Neurochem Pathol 1985 Winter; 
3(4):237-48 

Cholinergic innervation displays strikingly different laminar 
preferences in several cortical areas. Lysakowski A, et al. 
Neurosci Lett 1986 Feb 14;64(1): 102-8 

Acetylcholinesterase activities in association with congenital 
malformation of the terminal ureter in infants and children. 
Hofmann J, et al. Z Kinderchir 1986 Feb;41(l):32-4 

ACETYLCHOLINESTERASE INHIBITORS see 
CHOLINESTERASE INHIBITORS 

ACETYLCYSTEINE 

BLOOD 

Measurement of penicillamme and N-acetylcysteine in 
human blood by high-performance liquid chromalography 
und electrochemical detection. Drummer OH, et al. 
J ChromatORr 1986 Jan 24;374(2):251-7 

METABOLISM 

Mercapturic acid formation is an activation and intermediary 
step in the metabolism of hcxachlorobutudicne. Reichert 
D, et al. Biochem Pharmacol 1986 Apr 15;35(8):1271-5 

THERAPEUTIC USE 

Acetylcysteine to treat complications of pancreatitis [letter] 
Braganza JM, et al. Lancet 1986 Apr 19;l(8486):9f4-5 

ACETYLDIGITOXINS see under DIGITOXIN 
ACETYLDIGOXINS see under DIGOXIN 



ACETYLENE 

DIAGNOSTIC USE 

Distribution and uptake of helium, carbon monoxide, and 
acetylene in the lungs during high frequency oscillatory 
ventilation. Maclntyre NR, ct al. Rcspir Physiol 1986 Fob; 
63(2):201-12 

ACliTYLGALACTOSAMINE sec under 
GALACTOSAMINE 

ACETYLGLUCOSAMINE sec under GLUCOSAMINE 

ACETYLGLUCOSAMINIDASE see under 
GLUCOSAMINIDASli 

N-ACETYLMURAMOYL-L-ALANINE AMIDASE see 
under AMIDOHYUROLASES 

ACETYLMURAMYL-ALANYL- 
ISOGLUTAMINE 

ANALOGS & DERIVATIVES 

Lipophilic muramyl dipeptide-induced changes in electron 
microscopic morphology and phagocytic function of 
murine macrophages. Masihi KN, et al. 
J Biol Response Mod 1986 Feb;5(l):20-6 

TOXICITY 

Dissociation between muramyl dipeptide-induced fever and 
changes in plasma metal levels. Riveau G, et al. 
Am J Physiol 1986 Apr;250(4 Pt l):C572-7 

N-ACETYLNEURAMINIC ACIDS see SIALIC ACIDS 
ACETYLPROCAINAMIDE see under PROCAINAMIDE 
ACETYLPROMAZINE see ACEPROMAZINE 
ACETYLSALICYLIC ACID see ASPIRIN 




JUL 1986 

ACETYLSEROTONIN METHYLTRANSFERASE see 
under METHYLTRANSFERASES 

ACETYLTHIOCHOLINE see under CHOLINE 

ACETYLTRANSFERASES 

ANALYSIS 

A new assay for N-hydroxyarylamiue O-acetyltransferase: 
reduction of N-hydroxyarylamines through 
N-acetoxyarylamines. Saito K, et al. Anal Biochem 1986 
Feb 1;152(2):226-31 

ANTAGONISTS & INHIBITORS 

Genetic differences in inhibition of 2-aminofluorene 
N-acetyltransferase activity between C57BL/6J and A/J 
mice. Hultin TA, et al. Biochem Pharmacol 1986 Apr 1; 
35(7):1214-6 

GENETICS 

Determination of the acetylator phenotype in a Turkish 
population [letter] Sardas S, et al. Clin Genet 1986 Feb; 
29(2): 185-6 

Promoter sequences of murine alpha A crystallin, murine 
alpha 2(1) collagen or of avian sarcoma virus genes linked 
to the bacterial chloramphenicol acetyl transferase gene 
direct tissue-specific patterns of chloramphenicol acetyl 
transferase expression in transgenic mice. Westphal H, et 
nl. Cold Spring Harbor Symp Quant Blol 1985;50:411-6 

METABOLISM 

Biochemical mechanisms of antibiotic resistance in a clinical 

isolate of Mycobactcrium fortuitum. Presence of 

bcta-lactamase and aminoglycoside-acetyltransferase and 

possible participation of altered drug transport on the 

resistance mechanism. Udou T, et al. 

Am Rev Rcspir Dis 1986 Apr;133(4):653~7 
Acetylation of decarboxylated S-adenosylmethionine by 

mammalian cells. Pegg AE, et al. Biochemistry 1986 Jan 

28;25(2):379-84 
Mitochondria! acetyl-CoA acetyltransferase in liver and 

extrahepatic tissues: role of modification by coenzyme A. 

Balzer I, et al. Biochim Biophys Acta 1986 Mar 28; 

870(2):350-6 
A new de novo pathway for the formalion of 

1 -alkyl-2-acetyl-sn-glycerois, precursors of platelet 

activating factor. Biochemical characterization of 

l-alkyl-2-lyso-sn-glycero-3-P:acetyl-CoA 

acetyltransferase in rat spleen. Lee TC, et al. 

J Biol Chom 1986 Apr 25;261(12):5373-7 
Entrainment of the circadian rhythm in rat pineal 

N-acetyltransferase activity under extremely long and 

short photoperiods. Illnerova H, et al. J Pineal Res 1985; 

2(1):67-7R 
Effect of magnesium ions on rat pineal N-iicetyltransfernse 

(EC 2.3.1.5) activity. Morton DJ, et al. J Pineal Res 1985; 

2(4):387-91 
Responsiveness of pineal N-acetyltransferase and melatonin 

in the cotton rat exposed to either artificial or natural light 

at night. Niirnberger F, et al. J Pineal Res 1985;2(4):375-86 
Effect of acute light exposure upon melatonin content, NAT 

activity, and nuclear volume in the gerbil pineal complex. 

Rollag MD, et al. J Pineal Res 1984;I(4):339-47 
Pharmacological studies on the regulation of 

N-acetyltransferase activity and melatonin content of the 

pineal gland of the Syrian hamster. Sleinlechncr S, et al. 

J Pineal Res 1985;2(2):109-19 
Comparison of the effects of beta-udrenergic agents on pineal 

serotonin N-acetyltransferase activity and melatonin 

content in two species of hamsters. Steinlechner S, et al. 

J Pineal Res 1984; 1(0:23-30 
Effects of some fatty acids on the serotonin 

N-acetyltransferase activity in cultured chick pineal glands. 

Wainwright SD, et al. J Pineal Res 1985;2(3):287-99 
Interdependent effects of the ionophore A23187 and serum 

on the serotonin N-acetyltransferase activity of cultured 

chick pineal glands. Wainwright SD, et al. 

J Pineal Res 1985;2(3):271-85 
Daily profiles of N-acetyltransferase measured at a single 

time in rat pineal glands, retinas, and Harderian glands. 

White BH, et al. J Pineal Res 1984;l(2):l29-37 
Phase shift of daily profiles of N-acetyltransferase in the rat 

pineal gland. White BH, et al. J Pineal Res 1985;2(3):201-8 

ACHALASIA, ESOPHAGEAL see ESOPHAGEAL 
ACHALASIA 

ACHIEVEMENT 

Humor and competence in school-aged children. Masten AS. 

Child Dcy 1986 Apr;57(2):461-73 
The relationship between blood-lead concentrations, 

intelligence, attainment .and behaviour in a school 

population: the second London study. Lansdown R, et ai. 

Int Arch Occup Environ Health 1986;57(3):225-35 
Academic achievement in elementary school children of 

alcoholic mothers. Marcus AM. J Clin Psychol 1986 Mar; 

42(2):372-6 
Oral interaction in cooperative learning groups: speaking, 

listening, and the nature of statements made by high-, 



INDEX MEDICOS 

medium-, and low-achieving students. Johnson DW, et 

al. J Psychol 1985 Jul; 11 9(4): 303-21 
The relation of cognitive style and manifest anxiety to 

academic performance among Chinese children. Chiu LH. 

J Soc Psychol 1985 Oct;125(5):667-9 
Relationship of left-right reversals to academic achievement. 

Boonc HC. Percept Mot Skills 1986 Feb;62(t):27-33 
Vision and academic performance of learning disabled 

children. Wharry RE, et al. Percept Mot Skills 1986 Feb; 

62(l):323-36 
Cognitive-academic correlates of finger localization in 

right-handed kindergarten girls. Zung BJ. 

Percept Mot Skills 1986 Feb;62(l):227-34 
Preserved reading and spelling ability in psychotic disorders. 

Dalby JT, et al. Psychol Med 1986 Feb; 16(1): 171-5 
Psychology degree examinations and the premenstrual phase 

of the menstrual cycle. Asso D. Women Health 1985-86 

Winter;10(4):91-104 
[Certain reflections of a child psychiatrist on school failure] 

Matot JP. Acta Psychiatr Belg 1986 Jan-Feb;86(l):71-88 

(Eng. Abstr.) (Fre) 

[Effects of noise, chlorine and ammonia on the performance 

of activities with demanding attention. Performance 

behavior by the individual and the effect of noise, chlorine 

and ammonia] Bauch P, et al. Z Gesamte Hyg 1986 Jan; 

32(l):33-6 (Eng. Abstr.) (Ger) 

[Contributions of occupational psychology to the scientific 

establishment of threshold values] Metz AM, et al. 

Z Gcsamte Hyg 1986 Jan;32(l):30-2 (Eng. Abstr.) (Ger) 
[Academic activities and achievement of schoolchildren in 

the upper grades with different instructional methods] 

Pronina NV. Gig Sanit 1986 Feb;(2):91-2 (Rus) 

ACHILLES TENDON 

[Preliminary evaluation of the usefulness of ultrasonic 
examination of the Achilles tendon] Serufin-Krol M, et 
al. Pol Przegl Radiol (Warszawa) 1985 Mar-Apr;49(2): 145-8 
(Eng. Abstr.) (Pol) 

INJURIES 

Sonographic diagnosis of partial Achilles tendon rupture and 

healing. Leekam RN, et al. J Ultrasound Mcd 1986 Feb; 

5(2):115-6 
Calf muscle atrophy and muscle function after non-operative 

vs operative treatment of achilles tendon ruptures. 

Hiiggmark T, et al. Orthopedics 1986 Feb;9(2): 160-4 
Achilles tendon lesions in sport. Williams JO. Sports Med 

1986 Mar-Apr;3(2):114-35 (128 ref.) 

PHYSIOLOGY 

Influence of isaxonine on the target phenomenon, muscle 
fibre size and neuromuscular junction in the tenotomized 
and denervated gastrocnemius muscle of the rat. De 
Bleecker J, et al. Acta Ncuropnthol (Bcrl) 1986; 
69(3-4):337-40 

ACHLORHYDRIA 

PATHOLOGY 

[Histological analysis of the gastric mucosa. entcrochromaffm 
cells and gastrin-producing cells in endoscopic biopsies of 
patients with achlorhydria] Barbosa AJ, et al. 
Arq Gastrocnterol 1985 Apr-Jun;22(2):68-73 (Eng. Abstr.) 

(Pur) 

ACHOLEPLASMA LAIDLAWII 

METAHOl.ISM 

Selective acylation of membrane proteins in Acholeplusma 
laidlawii. Nystrom S, et al. Eur J Biuchcm 1986 Apr 1; 
156(l):85-94 

ACHROMOBACTER see ALCALIGENES 

ACHROMOBACTERIACEAE see under 
GRAM-NEGATIVE AEROBIC BACTERIA 

ACHYLIA GASTRICA see ACHLORHYDRIA 

ACID ASPIRATION SYNDROME see PNEUMONIA, 
ASPIRATION 

ACID-BASE EQUILIBRIUM 

see related 
ACIDOSIS 
ALKALOSIS 

The relationship between antepartum fetal heart rate, 
intrapartum fetal heart rate, and fetal acid-base status. Low 
JA, et al. Am 3 Obstet Gynecol 1986 Apr; l54(4):769-76 

Evidence for separate cellular origins of sodium and 
acid-base transport in the turtle bladder, Durham JH, et 
al. Am J Physlol 1986 Apr;250(4 Pt 1):C609-16 

Is urea formalion regulated primarily by acid-base balance 
in vivo? Halperin ML, et al. Am J Physiol 1986 Apr;250(4 
Pt 2):F605-12 

Air sac temperature and acid-base balance during thermal 
panting in ducks. Bicudo JE. Braz J Med Biol Res 1985; 
18(2): 179-85 



ACIDOSIS 

History of blood gas analysis. II. pH and acid-base balance 
measurements. Severingnaus JW, et al. J Clin Monlt 1985 
Oct;l(4):259-77 (82 ref.) 

ACID-BASE IMBALANCE 

ETIOLOGY 

Acid-base disturbances in liver disease. Oster JR., et al. 
J Hepatol 1986;2(2):299-306 

PHYSIOPATHOLOGY 

Effect of blood pH on peripheral and central signals of 
perceived exertion. Robertson RJ, et al. 
Med Sci Sports Exerc 1986 Feb;18(l):114-22 

ACID ETCHING, DENTAL see under BONDING, 
DENTAL 

ACID PHOSPHATASE 

ANALYSIS 

Evaluation of commercial immunoperoxidase kits for 

prostatic specific antigen and prostatic specific acid 

phosphatase. Svanholm H. 

Acta Pafhol Microbiol Immunol Seand [A] 1986 Jan; 

94(1):7-12 
Occurrence of particular isoenzymes in fresh and cultured 

leukernia-lymphoma cells. I. Tartrate-resistant acid 

phosphatase isoenzyme. Drexler HO, et al. Cancer 1986 

May 1;57(9):1 776-82 
Cytochemical localization of acid phosphatase in Leishmania 

mexicana amazoncnsis. Pimenta PF, et al. 

J Submicrosc Cytol 1986 Jaii;18(l):127-32 
[Initial studies on the determination of activity of several 

enzymes of the dental pulp after application of a dentin 

filling] Meissner M, et al. Zahn Mund Klefcrheilkd 1986; 

74(0:52-3 (Ger) 

BIOSYNTHESIS 

Biosynthesis of two developmentally distinct acid 
phosphatase isozymes in Diotyostelium diseoideum. 
Bennett VD, et al. J Biol Chem 1986 Apr 25; 
261(12):5355-62 

BLOOD 

Diurnal variation of prostulic acid phosphatase (PAP) in 
urologic patients with nonprostatic disease. el-Shirbiny 
AM, et al. Urology 1986 Apr;27(4):302-5 

GENETICS 

Genetic variation of an acid phosphatase (Acp-2) in the 
laboratory rat: possible homology with mouse AP-1 and 
human ACP2. Bender K, et al. Biochem Genet 1986 Feb; 
24(1-2):!-! 1 

METABOLISM 

Acid phnsphatnse activity in the intestine and caeca of 
bluegill, exposed to methyl mercuric chloride. Hnssain A, 
et al. Bull Environ Contnm Toxicol 1986 Mnr;36(3):460-7 

An evaluation of the immunochemical measurement of 
proslatic acid phnsphatasc and prostatic specific antigen 
m carcinoma of the prostate. Siddall JK, et al. 
Eur Urol 1986; 12(2): 123-30 

Antagonistic effects of prolactin and oxytocin on lail fin 
regression and acid phosphatasu activity in 
metamorphosing Ambystoma tigrinum. Platt JE, el al. 
Gen Comp Endocrinol 1986 Mar;61(3): 176-82 

The localization of fluoride-resistant acid phosphatase 
(FRAP) in the pelvic nerves and sacral spinal cord of nils. 
McMahon SB. NcuroscI Lett 1986 Mar 14;64(3):305-10 

[Acid phosphatase distribution in the liver in cirrhosis] 
Ryvniak VV. Biull Eksp fiiol Mcd 1986 Mar;10l(.1):363-5 
(Eng. Abstr.) (Rus) 

ACID SEROMUCOID see OROSOMUCOII) 

ACIDOSIS 

BLOOD 

Changes in arterial carbon dioxide tension and nrterio-venous 
difference in oxygen content with pH during metabolic 
acidosis. Langbroek AJ, et al. Adv Exp Med Biol 1985; 
191:553-63 

Glutaric acidemia type II. Phenotypic findings and 
ultrastructural studies of brain and kidney. Harkin JC, et 
al. Arch Pathol Lab Med 1986 May;110(5):399-401 

The role of metabolic acidosis in causing uremic 
hyperphosphatemia. Barsotti G, et al. 
Miner Electrolyte Metal) 1986;12(2):103-6 

CHEMICALLY INDUCED 

Severe central nervous system damage and profound acidosis 
in persons exposed to pentaborane. Yarbrough BE, et al. 
J Toxicol Clin Toxicol 1985-86;23(7-8):519-36 

COMPLICATIONS 

Alcoholic ketoacidosis: an underdiagnosed condition? [letter] 



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DRUG THERAPY 

Prolonged continuous infusion of tromethamine in a patient 

with metabolic acidosis. Klamerus KJ. Clin Pharm 1986 

Mar;5(3):247-51 
Therapeutic benefit of tlichloroacetate in experimentally 

induced hypoxic lactic acidosis. Abu Rotnen S, et at. 

J Lab Clin Med 1986 Apr;!07(4):378-83 
Effective treatment of diarrhoea! dehydration with an oral 

rehydration solution containing citrate. Ahmed SM, et al. 

Scand J Infect DIs 1986;18(I):65-70 

ETIOLOGY 

Effect of simulated weightlessness on exercise-induced 
anaerobic threshold. Convertino VA, et al. 
Aviat Space Environ Med 1986 Apr;57(4):325-31 

METABOLISM 

Amelioration of hypoxia-induced lactic acidosis by 

superimposed hypercapnea or hydrochloric acid infusion. 

Abu Romeh S, et al. Am J Physiol 1986 Apr;250(4 Pt 

2):F702-9 
Regulation of interorganal glutamine flow in metabolic 

acidosis. Welbourne TC, et al. Am J Physiol 1986 Apr; 

250(4 Pt l):E457-63 
Attenuation by isosorbide dinitrate of coronary 

occlusion-induced acidosis in the dog myocardium. Abiko 

Y, et al. Br J Pharmacol 1986 Feb;87(2):427-32 
Effect of the blood lactate concentration on renal glutamine 

metabolism in dogs with chronic metabolic acidosis. 

Halper'm ML, et al. Can J Physiol Pharmacol 1985 Dec; 

63(12):1570-6 
Substrate utilization by the distal nephron in dogs with 

chronic metabolic acidosis: studies with ethacrynic acid. 

Halperin ML, et al. Can J Physiol Pharmacol 1985 Dec; 

63(12):1565-9 
Pathogenesis of hyperphosphatemia in lactic acidosis: 

disparate effects of racemic (DL-) and levo (L-) lactic 

acid on plasma phosphorus concentration. Oster JR, et al. 

Can J Physiol Pharmacol 1985 Dcc ; 63(12):1599-602 

PATHOLOGY 

Structural adaptation of intercalated cells in rat renal cortex 
to acute metabolic acidosis and alkalosis. D0rup J. 
J Ultrastruct Res 1985 Jul-Aug;92(l-2):l 19-31 

PHYSIOPATHOLOGY 

Chronic metabolic acidosis augments acidification along the 

inner medullary collecting duct. Bengele HH, et al. 

Am J Physiol 1986 Apr;250(4 Pt 2):F690-4 
Independence of exercise hyperpnea and acidosis during 

high-intensity exercise in ponies. Pan LG, et al. 

J Appl Physiol 1986 Mar;60{3): 101 6-24 
Acidaemia reduces cardiac output and left ventricular 

contractility in conscious Iambs. Fisher DJ. 

J Dev Physiol 1986 Feb;8(l):23-31 

URINE 

Renal bicarbonate handling in low birth weight infants during 
metabolic acidosis. Zilleruelo O, et al. Biol Neonate 1986; 
49(3): 132-9 

ACIDOSIS, DIABETIC 

COMPLICATIONS 

Subcutaneous mucormycosis caused by Rhizopus oryzae 
probable nosocomial acquired infection. Telles Filho F de 
Q, et al. Rev Inst Med Trop Sao Paulo 1985 Jul-Aug; 
27(4):201-6 

URINE 

Hyperinsulinuria in diabetic ketoacidosis. (Corner A, et al. 
Int J Pediatr Nephrol 1986 Jan-Mar;7(l):27-30 

ACIDOSIS, RENAL TUBULAR 

COMPLICATIONS 

Proximal renal tubular acidosis in a child with type 1 
glycogen storage disease. Matsuo N, et al. 
Acta Paediatr Scand 1986 Mar;75(2):332-5 

Combined tubular dysfunction in medullary cystic disease. 
Chagnac A, et al. Arch Intern Med 1986 May; 1 46(5): 1007-9 

ETIOLOGY 

Distal renal tubular acidosis in polyarteritis nodosa. 

Breedveld FC, et al. Arch Intern Med 1986 May; 

146(5):1009-10 
Magnesium-responsive incomplete distal renal tubular 

48 



ACIDS 

TOXICITY 

The effects of acid exposure on the ion regulation and 
seawater adaptation of coho salmon (Oncorhynchus 
kisutch) parrs and smolts. Powell JF, et al. 
Comp Biochcnt Physiol [C] 1986;83(l):45-52 

URINE 

[Urinary acid excretion in subjects unilaterally 
nephrectomized for kidney donation] Cruz HM, et al. 
Rev Hosp Clin Fac Med Sao Paulo 1985 Jul-Aug; 
40(4):183-9 (Eng. Abstr.) (Por) 

[Clinical assessment of distal acidification of urine: effect of 
proteinuria and new study possibilities] Arlchipov VV, et 
al. Lab Deio 1986;(3): 1 88-9 (Rus) 

ACIDULATED PHOSPHATE FLUORIDE see under 
SODIUM FLUORIDE 

ACINETOBACTER 

ENZYMOLOGY 

Localization of hydrolytic enzymes in Acinetobacter 
calcoaceticus. Fischer BE. J Basic Microbiol 1986; 
26(1):9-14 

GENETICS 

Molecular analysis of an antibiotic resistance plasmid, pAV5, 
and its derivative plasmids in Acinetobacter calcoaceticus. 
Divers M, et al. J Gen Microbiol 1985 Dec;131 ( Pt 
12):3367-74 

ACINETOBACTER INFECTIONS 

MICROBIOLOGY 

Investigation of an outbreak of infection with Acinetobacter 
calcoaceticus in a special care baby unit. Stone JW, et al. 
J Hosp Infect 1986 Jan;7(l);42-8 

ACNE 

BLOOD 

Adrenal androgen hyperresponsiveness to 
adrenocorticotropin in women with acne and/or hirsutism: 
adrenal enzyme defects and exaggerated adrenarche. Lucky 
AW, et al. J Clin Endocrinol Mctab 1986 May;62(5):840-8 

CHEMICALLY INDUCED 

Acne in a kidney transplant patient treated with cyclosporiii 
A [letter] Bencini PL, et al. Br J Dermatol 1986 Mar; 
114(3):3%-7 

DRUG THERAPY 

Evaluation of a therapeutic strategy for the treatment of acne 

vulgaris with conventional therapy. Greenwood R, et al. 

Br J Dermatol 1986 Mar;l 14(3):353-8 
Pseudotumor cerebri a complication of tetracycline 

treatment of acne. I'ierog SH, et al. 

J Adolesc Health Care 1986 Mar;7(2):139-40 
Abnormal night vision and altered dark adaptometry in 

patients treated with isotrctinoin for acne [letter] Denman 

S, et al. J Am Acad Dermatol 1986 Apr;14(4):62-3 
[Proof of the effectiveness of a clotrimazole cream paste in 

acne vulgaris] Huber HP, et al. Z Hautkr 1986 Mar I; 

61(5):320-2 (Eng. Abstr.) (Ger) 

IMMUNOLOGY 

IgO subclasses in acne vulgaris. Holland DB, et al. 
Br J Dermatol 1986 Mar;ll4(3):349-51 

PHYSIOPATHOLOGY 

[Androgert-dependent skin disorders and gynecologic 
therapy] Budinsky J. Cesk Gynekol 1986 Mar;5 1(2): 102-3 

(Cze) 

RADIOTHERAPY 

[Phototherapy of acne vulgaris with the UVA irradiation 
instrument TBO 400] Meffert H, et al. 
Dermatol Monatsschr 1986;172(2):105-6 (Ger) 

ACNE KELOID see under FOLUCULITIS 
ACNE ROSACEA see HOSACEA 



active aconitase. Telser J, a al. J Biol Chem 1986 Apr 
15;261(ll):4840-6 

ACOUSTIC IMPEDANCE TESTS 

ADVERSE EFFECTS 

Adverse reaction to acoustic reflex testing [letter] Elonka 
DR. Am J Otol 1986 Mar;7(2):164-5 

METHODS 

Differential otomanometry. Gates GA. Am J Otolaryngol 
1986 Mar-Apr;7(2): 147-50 

STANDARDS 

A longitudinal study of the detection of otitis media in the 
first two years of life. Wright PF, et al. 
Int J Pediatr Otorhinolaryngol 1985 Dec;!0(3):245-52 

ACOUSTIC NERVE 

PHYSIOLOGY 

Representation of a low-frequency tone in the discharge rate 

of populations of auditory nerve fibers. Shofner WP, et 

al. Hear Res 1986;21(l):91-5 
Simulation of mechanical to neural transduction in the 

auditory receptor. Meddis R. J Acoust Soc Am 1986 Mar; 

79(3):702-11 

PHYSIOPATHOLOGY 

On the relations of intensity jnd's to loudness and neural 
noise. Zwislocki JJ, et al. J Acoust Soc Am 1986 Mar; 
79(3):772-80 

[Neurootology and related topics] 
Arch Otorhinolaryngol [Suppl] 1985;2:90-106 (Gor) 

ACOUSTIC STIMULATION 

Normal variation of P300 from auditory stimuli. Polich J. 

Elcctroencephalogr Clin Ncurophysiol 1986 May; 

65(3):236-40 
[Influence of inter- and iiura-sequential structure on the pitch 

discrimination of pure sounds] Pankowski D, et al. 

Rev LarynRol Otol Rhinol (Bord) 1985;106(4):301-6 (Eng. 

Abstr.) (Fre) 

ACOUSTIC TRAUMA see HEARING LOSS, 
NOISE-INDUCED 

ACOUSTICS 

Acoustic myography as a control signal for an externally 

powered prosthesis. Barry DT, ct al. 

Arch Phys Med Rehabil 1986 Apr,67(4):267-9 
The bandwidth effect on monaural and binaural localization. 

Butler RA. Hear Res 1986;21(l):67-73 
Representation of a low-frequency tone in the discharge rate 

of populations of auditory nerve fibers. Shofner WP, et 

al. Har Res 1986;21(l):91-5 
Contrast enhancement in frequency spectra of coclilear 

microphonic responses to complex stimuli. Wit HP, et ul. 

Hear Res 1986;21(l):59-65 
Analysis of the effect of using two different strain rates on 

the acoustic emission in bone. Fischer RA, ct al. 

J Biomech 1986;19(2):1 19-27 

ACQUIRED IMMUNODEFICIENCY 
SYNDROME 

Anesthetic management of patients with AIDS [letter] Arden 

J. Anesthesiology 1986 May;64(5):660-l 
AIDS: a Judaeo Christian approach. Hume K. 

Aust Fam Physician 1986 Jan;15(l):13, 15-6 
AIDS: two case histories. Spencer J, et al. 

Aust Fam Physician 1986 Jan;15(l):36, 38 
Progressive changes of Kaposi 's sarcoma of the gingiva and 

palate. Case report in an AIDS patient. Petit JC, et al. 

J Periodontol 1986 Mar;57(3): 159-63 
Recommended guidelines for dealing with AIDS in the 

schools from the National Education Association. 

J Sch Health 1986 Apr; 56(4): 129-30 
AIDS: a commentary. Nader PR. J Sch Health 1986 Mar' 

56(3): 107-8 
AIDS, the schools, and policy issues. Price JH. 

J Sch Health 1986 Apr;56(4): 137-40 
AIDS: an overview. Bell E. Kans Med 1986 Mar;87(3):78-9, 

83 
The legal aspects of AIDS. Stralton \VT. Kans Med 1986 

Mar;87(3):82, 86 
AIDS and other medical problems in the male homosexual. 



JUL 1986 

Med CItn North Am 1986 May;70(3):497-725 

Kgs 1108 [newsl Nature ' 986 Mar "~ Apr 2; 

immunodeficiency syndrome. Prog Allergy 1986; 

, (acquired immune deficiency syndrome)] Altav G 
Mikrobiyol Bui 1985 Oct;19(4):238-5l (33 ref.) CTurt 

BLOOD 

AIDS & the blood supply. Kans Med 1986 Mar;87(3):76 
.Heal treatment before biochemical analysis of AIDS risk 

samples [letter] van Heyningen C, et al. Med Lab Scl 1986 

Jan;43(l):99-100 
[Autoimmune thrombopenia in heroin addicts with chronic 

hepatopathy and positive anti-HTLV 3 serology (letter)! 

Fuzibet JO, et al. Presse Med 1986 Feb 15;15(6):258-9 

(Fre) 

CLASSIFICATION 

AIDS: ne\v case definition for Category A. Whyte B 
Aust Fam Physician 1986 Jan;15(l):52 

COMPLICATIONS 

Epidemiology of the acquired immunodeficiency syndrome 

tn intravenous drug abusers. Koplan JP, et al. 

Adv Alcohol Siibst Abuse 1985 Fall-1986 Winter; 

5(12)^1323 
Diagnosis and management of acquired immune deficiency 

syndrome in intravenous drug users. Shine D. 

Adv Alcohol Subst Abuse 1985 Fall-1986 Winter- 

5(l-2):25-34 
Acquired immune deficiency syndrome in homosexual men 

with Hodgkin 's disease. Three case reports. Baer DM et 

al. Am J Med 1986 Apr;80(4):738-40 
Bilateral angle-closure glaucoma in association with the 

acquired immune deficiency syndrome. Ullman S, et al 

Am J Ophthalmol 1986 Apr 15;101(4):419-24 
The usefulness of induced sputum in the diagnosis of 

Pneumocystis carinii pneumonia in patients with the 

acquired immunodeficiency syndrome. Bigby TD, et al 

Am Rev Respir Dis 1986 Apr; 133(4):5 15-8 
Complications of the acquired immunodeficiency syndrome 

[letter] Ann Intern Med 1986 May;104(5):726-7 
Cerebral toxoplasmosis complicating the acquired immune 

deficiency syndrome: clinical and neuropathological 

findings in 27 patients. Navia BA, et al. Ann Neurol 1986 

Mar;19(3):224-38 
Progressive encephalitis three months after resolution of 

cutaneous zoster in a patient with AIDS. Ryder JW, et 

al. Ann Neurol 1986 Feb; 19(2): 182-8 
Clinicopathologic correlation of ocular and neurologic 

findings in AIDS: case report. Chang M, et al. 

Ann Ophthalmol 1986 Mar;18(3):105-6, 110-1 
Acquired immunodeficiency with disseminated 

cryptococcosis. Pippard MJ, et al. Arch Dis Child 1986 

Mar;61(3):289-91 
Diagnostic value of fiberoptic bronchoscopy in acquired 

immunodeficiency syndrome. Wollschlager C, et al. 

Clove Clin Q 1985 Winter;52(4):489-94 
Utility of gallium imaging in the diagnosis of Mycobacterium 

avium-intracellulare infection in patients with the acquired 

immunodeficiency syndrome. Bach MC, et al. 

CUn Nucl Med 1986 Mar;ll(3):175-7 
Treatment of I. belli enteritis in patients with AIDS [letter] 

Tietze KJ, et al. Clin Pharm 1986 Mar;5(3):191 
Podiatric implications of acquired immunodeficiency 

syndrome. Abramson C. J Am Podlatr Med Assoc 1986 

Mar;76(3): 124-36 (51 ref.) 
Cryptococcal meningitis and cerebral toxoplasmosis in a 

patient with acquired immune deficiency syndrome. Bahls 

F, et al. J Neurol Neurosurg Psychiatry 1986 Mar; 

49(3):328-30 
Primary Epstein-Barr virus infections in children with AIDS 

[letter] Chang RS, et al. J Pediarr 1986 Apr;108(4):631-2 
Pulmonary disease in children with acquired immune 

deficiency syndrome and AIDS-related complex. 

Rubinstein A, et al. J Pediatr 1986 Apr;108(4):498-503 
Failure of spiramycin to prevent neurotoxoplasmosis in 

immunosuppressed patients [letter] Leport C, et al. 

JAMA 1986 May 2;255(17):2290 
Serum trimethoprim and sulphamethoxazole levels in AIDS 

[letter] Bowden FJ, et al. Lancet 1986 Apr 12;1(8485):853 
Lymphadenopathy related to the acquired immunodeficiency 

syndrome in homosexual men. Abrams DI. 

Med Clin North Am 1986 May;70(3):693-706 
Kaposifc sarcoma and the acquired immunodeficiency 

syndrome. Volberding PA. Med Clin North Am 1986 May; 

70(3):665-75 
Management of opportunistic infections complicating the 

acquired immunodeficiency syndrome. Young LS. 

Med Clin North Am 1986 May;70(3):677-92 
HTLV-IH/LAV infection of the central nervous system in 

a 57-year-old man with progressive dementia of unknown 

cause [letter] Mirra SS, et al. N Engl J Med 1986 May 



INDEX MEDICUS 



Gastric tuberculosis: a manifestation of acquired 
immunodeficiency syndrome. Brody JM, et al. 
Radiology 1986 May;159(2):347-8 

[Pneumocystis carinii pneumonia in patients with acquired 
immunodeficiency syndrome (AIDS). Diagnostic results of 
transbronchial lung biopsy and bronchoalveolar lavage] 



Tf 311 B - et al M| " 

3-24):16il-5 (Enc ASlr ) (Itni 

^ \T,T deflCicnCy &mc "'poor countries 
add^"n e M tu k" cu!osis opportunist!,- infection in drug 
Si i V2, C elter >] Aguado Garcia M. et al 
Med Clin (Bare) 1986 Jan :; ; S60i.-lV-1 ' (Spat 

rnm"i r ,'?!? Une deficien ^- syndrome: an infection 
complicated 1 by more infections] Lalwre Carwlla X, et .1. 
Med din (Bare) 1986 Jan 25;S6(3t:120-2 (Spa) 

LUiromc diarrhea due to Isospora belli and Kaposi i sarcoma 
in a male homosexual. Report of the !st caie of acquired 
unmunodeficiency syndrome in Chile] Figusroa F, et al 
Rev Med Chil 1985 Aug;113(8):772-9 |Eng. Abstr!) 

ISpa) 

DIAGNOSIS 

Sputum induction in the acquired immunodeficiency 
5y nd me [editorial] Luce JM. Am Rei Respir Dis 1986 

Management of AIDS in general practice. Pan 1. Lenny VR. 

Aust Fam Physician 1986 Jan:15(l):26-34 
AIDS encephalitis mimicking alcohol dementia and 

Depression. Beresford TP, et al. Biol Psjchiatry 1986 Apr; 

Acquired immunodeficiency syndrome: review of clinical 
^Pec's. Slater LN, et al. J "Okla State Med Assoc 1986 

Spectrum of human T-cell iymphotropic virus type III 

infection in children. Recognition of symptomatic. 

asymptomatic, and seronegative patients. Pahwa S et al 

JAMA 1986 May 2;255(17):2299-305 
Potential source of error in HTLV-III antibody testing 

[letter] Morgan J, et a!. Lancet 1986 Mar 29;1(84S3):739-40 
HTLV-3 produces a broad range of illness. Fisher EJ. 

Mich Med 1986 Mar;85<3):96-8 
Acquired immunodeficiency syndrome in infants and 

children. Bernstein LJ, et al. Prog Allergy ]986-'i'M94-206 

(57 ref.) 
Clinical symptomatology of the acquired immunodeficiency 

syndrome (AIDS) and related disorders. Groopman JE 

Prog Allergy' 1986;37:182-93 (28 ret) 
Misdiagnosis of common medical problems in patients 

referred to an AIDS clinic pseudo-AIDS'. Hollander H, 

et al. West J Med 1986 Mar;144(3):373-5 
[LAV virus infections in children] Blanche S. et al. 

Biomed Pharmacother I98S;39(7):366-7l fEng. Abstr.) 

(Fre) 
[Intestinal cryptosporidiosis in suspected acquired immune 

deficiency] Bertram L', et al. Dtsch Med Wochenschr 1986 

Apr l!;lll('15):587-8 (Eng. Abstr.) (Ger) 

[In vitro diagnosis and anti-LAV/HTLV III] 

Meyer-Liierssen D. J Clin Chem Clin Biochem 1985 Dec; 

23(12):889-90 (Ger) 

[Cryptococcus neoformans menineoencephalitis in AIDS] 

Bohle C, et al. Klin Wochenschr 1986 Feb 17;64(4): 165-72 

(Eng. Abstr.) (Ger) 

[Diagnosis and therapy of pneumocystis carinii pneumonia 

in a patient with AIDS] Schur W, et a!. 

Wien Klin Wochenschr 1986 Mar 7;98(5)-137-41 (Eng 

Abstr.) (Ger) 

[Direct involvement of the central nervous system by HTLV 

III] Rasokat H. Z Hautkr 1986 Feb 15;61(4):175-6 

(Ger) 
[Immunofluorescence test in the diagnosis of 

AIDS-associated virus infection in Norway] Ulstrup J, et 

al. Tidsskr Nor Laegeforen 1986 Feb 20;106(5):387-9 (Eng. 

Abstr.) (Nor) 

[First case of acquired immune deficiency syndrome in a drug 

addict from Seville (letter)] de los Santos S. et al. 

Med Clin (Bare) 1986 Jan 25;86<3):129 (Spa) 

DRUG THERAPY 

Antiviral therapy for cytomegalovirus retinitis in AIDS with 
dihydroxy propoxymethyl guanine. Rosecan LR. et al. 
Am J Ophthalmol 1986 Apr 15;IOI(4):405-I8 

Ribavirin in HTLV-HI/LAV infection of infants [letter] 
Blanche S, et al. Lancet I9S6 Apr I2;!(8485):S63 

ECONOMICS 

Insurance costs related to AIDS. Gloy S. Kans Med 1986 
Mar;87(3):77 

ENZYMOLOGY 

Persistent elevation of 2-5A synthetase and prognosis in the 
AIDS-related complex (ARC). Read SE, et al. 
Prog Clin Biol Res 1985;202:405-13 

Damage to secondary lymphoid follicles in AIDS-related 
persistent generalized lymphadenopathy, as revealed by the 
behaviour of dendritic reticulum cells possessing 
immunoreactive acid cysteine-proteinase inhibitor. 
Alavaikko M, et al. Virchows Arch [Cell Patio!] 1986; 
50(4):299-311 

ETIOLOGY 

AIDS and haemophilia. Bloom AL. Biomed Pharmacotiier 
1985;39(7):355-65 (112 ref.) . 

Acquired immunodeficiency syndrome (AIDS) in infants and 
children: report of nine cases. Rosner F, et al. 



ACQUIRED IMMUNODEFICIENCY 

Biomed Pharwacoihfr :>?,. -;."! 35 5 
Challenge and rcsp.T.'>;'.:;v WuJe \Vi: =J Kro Mrt '.'1S6 

AIDS after rc-r.ji :r.i:;,f Ijr.'.a'.ir-n [i!?rj (It --.;; pj et 

al Med J Aust !>..? Or; -i-i 3 i- ; li: r--* ; " 
HTLV-III an j ; ht c: ,. '..--^ ,f AIDS in!:;. Ri t: a | 

Prog Allerg} JVM r j-4f ii:". ref I 
The mvol\ erner.t i'f iyin:r.egulr\;rus in j^jj::-.; :-;rr.une 

deficiency ndr<>me and Kap-i'i Mr. .-rr.a d.-a: '. G et 

al Proi! Allergj |flf .5--J|. Jl ("5 ref i 
Lympnsdtn^paihy ><.v\;ia:nl MH.S its r. : in the 

pathogenesn uf AIDS and related J:\eavs M, -ta.-nier L 

Prog Allerg} 13K6.J" 46-64 <0 ref I 
[A syndrome reJaic-.i M AIDS :ri a earner . f f: ~. ;>g,)us 

beta-thalawemia (Civ!e> 't annual iJette.") de ^ -4,-a CA 

et a). AMB !<)S5 Ji,!-<'.ijt.?:t7-!ii.l4!-: " (P or j 

[Anti-HTLV-lI! anti.vviin and irr,mur.ix!ffi:;er..i in a 

woman, the %ua) -aitncr of a hem -rh:'..5J : Diaz 

Cremades J. el a!. Med dim (Barcl 156 Jap I? '" 126-8 



(Spa) 
ISpa) 



(Eng Abitr.) 

[The AIDS s:rus] Punurola Sane T. et a! 
Med Oui (Barcl 19J6 Jar. :5;8N.3)-11J-- 

FAMILIAJ. & GENfTIC 

DNA image c\tonie:r> :n acquired :m^-,^:;e def.^iency 
syndrome (AIDS) Aufferman:) \V, et a! 
Anal Quant Cjtol Histol 1956 Mar:B(li H-I4 

IMML'NOLOGY 

Antibody to the rr!riwiru ass.viatfj ui:h His i,^jircd 

immisncxlefiCiency ".yr.drcrr.e (AIDht Prewr.ie in 

presuniabiy heiith". San Franci- -ar.> \\h^ died 

unexpectedly. Colerr.an DL. et al Arch Intern Med 1 ( )86 

Apr:I46f4)~13-5 
Serum imtr.iinog'ot'jim G ^u^ l .^s^ Jy ? bJa-:.;^ ;n the 

lymphadenopathy syndrorr.e ^nd jj^u^td :T.::iune 

deficiency syndron.e Aucoutur:er P. et al 

Clin Exp Inimunol 19Sfc Jan.63i.il -2J4-4<J 
Pediatnc acquired immunodeficiency s>:;ilro::i- 

demonstration of D lymp!n>c>;e defe'cts ;n . itr.- Pahwa 

S, et al. Diagn Immunol Ni',4i I |:24-JO 
Inhibition of imerleukin-2-ir.duced T-ce'.l p:."'.::'eii!ion by 

sera from patients '.nth the acquired in-.rr.'-r.s ds.l^iency 

syndrome Donnelly RP. et al. J Ciin Imrausol i:b Jan; 

6(!);92-10! 
Immunologic aspects rf the acquired irr.n;ar..'%::uj:ency 

syndrome and nule homosexjolily. Ocltlis? MS 

Med Din North Am 1956 May.70(3l:t>5!-t4 
Tonbillectoray as a ci>-fac:or in the ds\eVr:r.f::i ,-f AIDS. 

McComb'.e SC Med Hypotheses 195t Mar.!- :?l-3 
Three nmel genes uf human T-lyirpholrc;-:.: '.:r-i type III: 

immune reactivity of thsir products with s :rj from 

acquired immune deficiency syndrome patier.t' Ar\j SK, 

et al Proc Sail Acad Sci X'SA 1956 Apr.:.'i - : ::*>-13 
Immune-logic abnormalities in the acquired 

immunodeficiency syndrorr.e. Bcv^en DL. et a'. 

Prog Allerg)- 1986,37:207-23 (46 ref.) 
T cell proliferation and ablation A b:-.-!^g:c spe^trjm of 

abnormalities induced b> the human T cell ;>r?-.rhctropic 

virus group Broder S Prog Allcrg> Nsft , : " TZ4-43 (86 

ref.) 
[Antibodies to the AIDS virus methnJs c: Js:r.:;jn and 

clinical s'.gmficsnce] Hirschel B. Ther t'msch i">-6 Feb; 

43(2):12S-32 CO ref.) <Eng Abstr) (Ger) 

[Anti-HTLV-III antibodies. Method^ (>{ ii::ec::rn and 

biological signifjcdnce] Ercilla MG. et aJ 

Med Oin (Bare) 1956 Jan 25,83):U3-5 (Spa) 



MICROBIOLOGY 



of 



HTLV-IH/LAV ural antigsns tn l>m,-h r. 

homosexual men with persistent gener-ii'.zed 

lymphadenL-pathy and AIDS. Tenner-Rj t 2 K. et al. 

Am J Pathol I9S6 Apr;123(l):9-15 
Pathogenesis of simian AIDS in rhesus niuca.qi.es ir..>culated 

with the SR\'-I strain of type D re;rw:ri:s Mjul DH, 

et al. Am J Vet Res 1986 Apr.4"(4) >b3-3 
Detection and isolation of an acquired immune deficiency 

syndrome (AIDS)-related virus (HTLV-III, LAV) from 

a Japanese boy with AIDS-related tvir.plM. Yshiyama 

H, et al. Jpn J Cancer Res 1986 Jan;"|!l lo-:n 
AIDS research. New human retroviru 1 **: or.; causes AIDS 

... [news) Walgate R. Nature 19S6 Apr ?-<),5-.>W6l):385 
JC papovavirus large tumor (T)-antigen e%pross:?n in brain 

tissue of acquired immune defiaer.cy svr.drorr.e lAIDS) 

and non-AIDS patients with progressive rnultifocal 

leukoencephalorathy. Sloner G1-. et a! 

Proc Nad Acad Sci USA 1986 Apr^C 1 ! -::"l-5 
Human immunodeficiency viruses (letter] Coffin J. et al. 

Science 1986 May 9;232(475l).-697 
HTLV-III legend correction [letter] Giiden RV, et al. 

Science 1986 Apr JR;2J2(4748):307 
Activation of the AIDS retrovirus nromcter by the cellular 

transcription factor, Spl. Jones KA. et al Science 1986 

May 9;232(4751):755-9 
AIDS virus has new name perhaps [news] M.ir* JL. 

Science 1986 Mav 9;232(4751V699-700 
A new twist in AIDS patent fight [new*] Noraun C. 

Science I9E6 Apr 18;232(4748):308-9 



49 



ACQUIRED IMMUNODEFICIENCY 

MORTALITY 

The impact of the acquired immunodeficiency syndrome on 
patterns of premature death in New York City. Kristal AR. 
JAMA 1986 May 2;255(17):2306-10 

OCCURRENCE 

Prevalence of antibody to LAV/HTLV-III among 

homosexual men in Seattle. Collier AC, et al. 

Am J Public Health 1986 May;76(5):564-5 
Acquired immune deficiency syndrome (AIDS). Purtilo DT, 

et al. Clin Lab Med 1986 Mar;6(l):3-26 (110 ref.) 
Acquired immunodeficiency syndrome: review of 

epidemiology. Cameron HD Jr. 

J Okla State Med Assoc 1986 Jan;79(l):ll-6 
Human T-ccll lymphotropic virus type III infection in a 

cohort of homosexual men in New York City. Stevens CE, 

et al. JAMA 1986 Apr 25;255(16):2167-72 
AIDS in Kansas. Paige SN, et al. Kans Med 1986 Mar; 

87(3):73-5 
Lack of evidence for human or simian T-lymphotrppic 

viruses type III infection in pygmies [letter] Brun-Vezinet 

F, et al. Lancet 1986 Apr 12;1(8485):854 
AIDS, Portugal, and Africa [letter] Dalgleish AG, et al. 

Lancet 1986 Apr 19; 1(8486):911 
AIDS prediction and intervention [letter] van Druten JA, 

et al. Lancet 1986 Apr 12;l(8485):852-3 
The acquired immunodeficiency syndrome: epidemiology 

and risk factors for transmission. Castro KG, et al. 

Med Clin North Am 1986 May;7Q(3):635-49 
The epidemiology of the acquired immunodeficiency 

syndrome. Spira TJ, et al. Prog Allergy 1986;37:65-80 (64 

ref.) 

PATHOLOGY 

Multinucleated giant cells in brain: a hallmark of the acquired 
immune deficiency syndrome (AIDS). Budka H. 
Acta Neuropathol (Berl) 1986;69(3-4):253-8 

Clinical signs of AIDS. Newton-John H. 
Aust Fam Physician 1986 Jan;15(l):58-9 

Diagnosis of Pneumocystis carinii pneumonia. 
Roentgenographic-pathologic correlates based on 
fiberoptic bronchoscopy specimens from patients with the 
acquired immunodeficiency syndrome. Mones JM, et al. 
Chest 1986 Apr;89(4):S22-6 

Polymyositis in an immunodeficiency disease in monkeys 
induced by a type D retrovirus. Dalakas MC, et al. 
Neurology 1986 Apr;36(4):569-72 

Lymph node modification in patients with the acquired 
immunodeficiency syndrome (AIDS) or with AIDS related 
complex (ARC). A histological, immuno-histopnthologieal 
and ultrastructurnl study of 45 cases. Diebold S, et al. 
Pathol Res Pract 1985 Dec;!80(6):590-6U 

Spectrum of morphologic changes of lymph nodes from 
patient with AIDS or AIDS-rclated complexes. Rac/. P, 
et al. Prog Allergy 1986;37:81-181 (321 ref.) 

Death from the Visna variant 1 of AIDS [letter] Spracklen 
FH, et al. S Afr Med J 1986 Mar 29;69(7):407-8 

[Morphologic changes and pathologic anatomy associated 
with acquired immune deficiency syndrome] 
Cordon-Girdo C, et ul. Med Clin (Bare) 1986 Jan 25; 
86(3):118-9 (Spa) 

PREVENTION & CONTROL 

AIDS and changing sexual behaviour [letter] Romanowski 

B, et al. Can Med Assoc J 1986 Apr 15;134(8):872 
Transmission of hepatitis B and AIDS. Garibaldi RA. 

Infect Control 1186 Feb;7(2 Suppl):132-4 
Non indication with LAV/HTLV III in Thai workers [letter] 

Wasi C, et al. J Med Assoc Thai 1986 Jn;69(l);56 
Education is key to the battle against AIDS. Fisher EJ. 

Mich Med 1986 Mar;85(3):98-9 
How to combat the AIDS and FRAIDS epidemics. 

Fisher EJ. Mich Med 1986 Mar;85(3):93-5 
Here are guidelines for AIDS management. Fisher EJ. 

Mich Med 1986 Mar;85(3):100, 102 
Recommendations for preventing transmission of infection 

with human T-lymphotropic virus type 

Hl/lymphadenopatby-associated virus during invasive 

procedures. MMWR 1986 Apr ll;35(14):221-3 

PSYCHOLOGY 

Sex of interviewer, place of interview, and responses of 

homosexual men to sensitive questions. Darrow \VW, et 

al. Arch Sex Behay 1986 Feb;15(l):79-88 
Federal Government intensifies its efforts in the mental health 

aspects of AIDS. Runck B. 

Hosp Community Psychiatry 1986 Mar;37(3):219-2l 
Psychosocial aspecls of AIDS. Bickelhaupt EE. 

Kans Med 1986 Mar;87(3):66-8, 83 
Consider the psychosocial consequences of AIDS. Fisher EJ. 

Mich Med 1986 Mar;85(3):95-6 
Nurses' attitudes regarding acquired immunodeficiency 

syndrome (AIDS). Reed P, et al. Nurs Forum 1984; 

2 1(4): 153-6 
[Psychological reactions connected to AIDS] 

Steenfeldt-Foss OW. Tidsskr Nor Laegeforcn 1986 Feb 10; 

106(4):336-8 (Nor) 

RADIOTHERAPY 

Precaution concerning eye~shields for AIDS patients [letter] 



INDEX MEDICUS 

Wolbarst AB, et al. Int J Hadiat Oncol BIol Phys 1986 
Mar;12(3):433 

SURGERY 

Anesthetic consideration in a patient with acquired immune 
deficiency syndrome. Prinscott J. .,..,, .. 
Middle East J Anesthesiol 1986 Feb;8(4):339-44 

THERAPY 

A psychiatric staff response to acquired immune deficiency 

syndrome [letter] Cummings MA, et nl. 

Am J Psychiatry 1986 May;143(5}:682 
Kaposis sarcoma and the acquired immunodeficiency 

syndrome: treatment with high and low doses ot 

recombinant leukocyte A interferon. Real FX, et al. 

J Cltn Oncol 1986 A pr;4(4): 544-51 . 

Routine care and psychosocial support of the patient win 

the acquired immunodeficiency syndrome. Abrams DI, ot 

al. Med Clin North Am 1986 May;70(3) : 707-20 
Magnetic resonance imaging may influence treatment ot 

AIDS. Radiography 1986 Jan-Feb;52(601):10 

TRANSMISSION 

Totally safe sex' or AIDS [letter] Feldman DA. 

Am J Public Health 1986 May;76(5):588-9 
The persistence of public health problems: SF, STD, and 

AIDS [editorial] Yankauer A. Am J Public Health 1986 

May;76(5):494-5 
Risk of nosocomial infection with human T-ceJl 

lymphotropic virus type III/)ymphadenopat)iy-associated 

virus in a large cohort of intensively exposed health care 

workers. Henderson DK, et al. Ann Intern Med 1986 May; 

104(5V644-7 
AIDS and haemophilia. Carr R. Biomed Pharmacother 1985; 

Risk of AIDS to health care workers [editorial] Gcddes AM. 

Br Med J [Clin Res] 1986 Mar 15;292(6522):711-2 
The risks of transmission of the HTLV-III and hepatitis B 
virus in the hospital. Shanson D. Infect Control 1986 Feb; 
7(2 Suppl):128-32 

Acquired immunodeficiency syndrome (AIDS) associated 
with blood transfusion: review of literature and report of 

two cases from Dominican Republic and Haiti. 1'itchemk 

AE, et al. J Flu Med Assoc 1986 Feb;73(2):107-10 
Potential route of transmission of HTLV-III [letter] Singer 

DR, et al. J Infect 1986 Jan;12(l):86-7 
Hemophiliac immunodeficiency: influence of exposure to 

factor VIII concentrate, LAV/HTLV-1II, and 

herpesviruses. Sullivan JL, et al. J Pediatr 1986 Apr; 

108(4):504-10 . , 

AIDS ... and now for the good news [editorial] Mitchell 

EW. J Public Health Dent 1986 Winter;46(l):4-5 
Infectious and sexually transmitted diseases: implications for 

dental public health. Silverman S Jr. 

J Public Health Dent 1986 Winter;46(l):7-l2 
AIDS: preschool and school issues. Black JL. 

J Sell Health 1986 Mar;56(3):93-5 
Heterosexual contact is not the predominant mode of 

HTLV-IH transmission among intravenous drug abusers 

[letter] Tirelli U, et al. JAMA 1986 May 2;255(17):2289 
AIDS in America. Goodpasturc HC. Kans Med 1986 Mur; 

87(3):72, 88 
Vertical transmission of HTLV-III [letter] Chiodo F, et al. 

Lpncet 1986 Mar 29;1(8483):739 
AIDS information [letter] Gorman RF. Med J Ausl 1986 

Mar 3l;144(7):388-9 
AIDS in drug abusers [letter] Paine S, et al, Med J Aust 

1985 Dec 9-23;143(12-13):631 
Safety of therapeutic immune globulin preparations with 

respect to transmission of human T-lymphotropic virus 

type Ill/lymphadenopathy-associated virus infection. 

MMWR 1986 Apr ll;35(14):231-3 
Transmission of HTLV-III infection from man to woman 

to man [letter] Calabrese LH, et al. N Engl J Med 1986 

Apr 10;314(15):987 
Occupational risk of the acquired immunodeficiency 

syndrome among health care workers. McCray E. 

N Engl J Med 1986 Apr 24;314(17):1 127-32 
More on AIDS in a surgeon [letter] Mascioli SR. 

N Engl J Med 1986 May 1;314(18):1190 
Infectious AIDS [letter] Scale J. Nature 1986 Apr 3-9; 

320(6061 ):391 
AIDS the responsibility of health workers to assume lome 

degree of persona! risk [letter] Frank H. West J Med 1986 

Mar;144(3):363-4 
[No indications for LAV/HTLV-III in non-drug-using 

prostitutes in Amsterdam] Coutinho RA, et a!. 

Ned Tijdschr Gcneeskd 1986 Mar 15;130(11):508 (Out) 
[Fatal pulmonary pneumocystosis 2 years after multiple 

transfusions. Results of a transfusion study (letter)] 

Mercadier A, et al. Presse Med 1986 Feb l;15(4):164-5 

(Fre) 
[Proof of diaplacental transmission of HTLV III/LAV before 

the 20th week of pregnancy] Schafer A, el al. 

Geburtshilfe Frauenhcllkd 1986 Feb;46(2):8S-9 (Eng. 

Abstr.) (Ger) 

[Transfusion-associated LAV/HTLV-III infections in 

Switzerland. Report of 2 cases] Flepp M, et al. 

Schwelz Med Wochenschr 1986 Apr 5;116(14):426-8 (Eng. 

Abstr.) (Ger) 

[AIDS: duties of the Transfusion Service and Hematology 



JUL 

Clinic] Bernasconi C. Riv Emoter Immunoemato) 1W 
32(3):267-71 $ 

VETERINARY 

Hematologic abnormalities in simian acquired irnmui 

deficiency syndrome. MacKenzie M, et al. 

tab Anim Sci 1986 Feb;36(l):l4-9 
Association of SAIDS/RF-related signs with current or pi 

SAIDS type 2 retrovirus infection in a colony of Celet 

black macaques. Shiigi SM, et al. Lab Anlm Scl 1986 Fe 

36(l):20-3 
Simian acquired immunodeficiency syndrome.' Arthur L 

et al. Prog Allergy 1986;37:332-52 
FeLV-induccd feline acquired immune deficiency syndror 

A model for human AIDS. Hardy WD Jr, et al 

Prog Allergy 1986;37:353-76 (83 ref.) 

ACREMONIUM 

GENETICS 

Structure of a Cephalosporium acremonium mtD 
replicator. Penalva MA, et al. FEBS Lett 1986 Mar 

198(l):92-8 

ACRIDINE ORANGE 

ADVERSE EFFECTS 

Genetic toxicological testing of some dyes by 
micronucleus test. Misra RN, et al. Mutat Res 
Apr-May; 170(1 -2);75-8 

DIAGNOSTIC USE 

Cytoplasmic RNA in nervous system tumours in chil 
a fluorochromic histochemical study using acridine ot 
Sarnat HB, ft al. Cm J Neiirol Sci 1986 Feb;13(l):: 

The acridine orange fluorochrome microassay: a 
technique fcir quuntitntion of neulrnphi) function in b 

Patients. Carpenter AH, et al. J Trauma. 1986 
6(4):38<>-92 

ACRFFLAVINE sec under AMfNOACRHMNES 
ACROCEPHALY sec CRANIOSYNOSTOSKS 
ACHOI.EIN see under ALDEHYDES 

ACROMEGALY 

BLOOD 

Glueagon-Mimuliitud phisma C-pcptiilc ami insulin 1( 
active and non-aetivr ucrnmegulicK. Koi'lfscma F 
Clin ICndncrinol (Oxfl l l )H5 Dcc;23i):fi27-34 

COMPLICATIONS 

Transient elevation of scrum gmwih hormone level 
pituitary apoplexy in uaonu^uly. Taiiiyuimi M, < 
Arch Intern Met! IV8.6 Mv;l<l(i(5):l(KU-3 

[Cardiac insufficiency in ;u.Touicguly. Apropos of 
Saiiui 1', ci al. Ann Med Interne (Pads) !'>K5-U6< 
(Eng. Ab.sir) 

METABOLISM 

Insulin action in human mliposu tissue in acn 
Bolindcr J, ct al. J Clin Invest l')Kd Apr;77(4) ; l 

ACROMIOCLAVICULAR JOINT 

The surgical treatment of (lie upper quutlr.ml ' 

[letter] Kolbel R. Arch Orthoji Trmimii Hurn 1)H6,I 
Conservative or surgical treatment i>f aernrma 

dislocation. A prospective, controlled, ninilurni; 

Larsen E, et al. J lionc Joint Sura [Ami 1 

68(4):552-5 

INJURIES 

The operative treatment of fresli rupture!, 
acromioclavicular joint (Tossy III), llcitcmeyei 
Arch Orthon Trauma Surfi lWi;104(6):.17l 3 

[A rare case of habitual lateral clavicular clKlota 
dorsal subacromial direction (case report ll N- 
Z Orthop 1986 Jan-Feb;124(l):34 -5 (I-rig. Ah* 

RADIOGRAPHY 

The acromioclaviculur joint cyst. An unusual r 
of a rotator cuff tear. Craig EV. Clin Orthor 
(202):189-92 ' 

SURGERY 

The migration of a broken pin following ftjui 
acromioclavicular joint. A case report and rt 
literature. Lindsey RW, et al. Orthopedics 
9(3):413-6 

ACROMION see under SCAPULA 
ACRONINE see under ALKALOIDS 



50 



JUL 1986 

ACROSIN see under PEPTIDE PEPTIDOHYDROLASES 
ACROSOME see under SPERMATOZOA 

ACRYLAMIDES 

PHARMACODYNAMICS 

Quenching by acrylamide and temperature of a fluorescent 
probe attached to the active site of ribonuclease. Jullien 
M, et al. Eur Biophys J 1986;13(3):131-7 

THERAPEUTIC USE 

Chemical and physical properties of a hydrogel wound 
dressing. Kickhbfen B, et al. Bioraatcrinls 1986 Jan; 
7(l):67-72 

TOXICITY 

Reproductive toxicity associated with acrylamide treatment 
in male and female rats. Zenick H, et al. 
J Toxicol Environ Health 1986;17(4):457-72 

ACRYLATES 

PHARMACODYNAMICS 

Effect of thromboxane synthetase inhibitors (OKY-046, 
OKY-1580) on experimentally induced air embolism in 
anesthetized dogs. Ishihara Y, et al. 
Prostaglandlns Lcukotriencs Med 1986 Feb;21(2):197-206 

ACRYLIC RESINS 

see related 
DENTAL MATERIAL 

The whitening of acrylic dentures' [letter] Br Dent 3 1986 

Mar 22; 160(6): 187 
The use of an acrylic model to assess treatment progress prior 

to maxillo-facial surgery. Coupland MA. Br J Orthod 1986 

Apr; 13(2): 109- 11 
The therapeutic activity of haemodialysis with 

polyncrylonitrile filters in certain skin disorders. Binazzi 

M, et al. Dermatol Monatsschr 1986;172(2):77-81 
Measurement of coating agents used for surface protection 

of stone dies. Campagni WV, ct al. J Prosthet Dent 1986 

Apr;55(4):470-4 
The effect of retention grooves in acrylic resin teeth on tooth 

denture-base bond. Cardash HS, et al. J Prosthet Dent 1986 

Apr;55(4):526-8 
Waxing crowns using acrylic resin copings. Christensen LC, 

et ul. J Prosthet Dent 1986 Feb;55(2):280 
A comparison of physical characteristics of six hard denture 

relinc materials. Wyatt CC, et al. J Prosthet Dent 1986 

Mar;55(3):343-6 
[Physiologic studies of children's clothing with different 

percentages of polyacrylonitrile fibers] Usunova S, et al. 

Z Gesnmtc Hyg 1986 Feb;32(2):101-3 (Eng. Abstr.) 

(Ger) 

ANALYSIS 

Pnlyacrylic acid-metal adhesive bond joint characterization 
by x-ray photoelectron spectroscopy. Nasu T. 
J Biomcd Mater Res 1986 Mar;20(3):347-62 

[Short-range chemical structure study of autopolymerizing 
and thermopolymeri/ing acrylic resins for prosthetic bases 
by menus of ESCA analysis] Cicciii D, et ul. 
Minerva Slomatol 1986 Mar;35(3):171-4 (Eng. Abstr.) 

(Ita) 

THERAPEUTIC USE 

Ncibecutane spray as a temporary dressing of skin graft donor 
sites. Brodovsky S, et al. J Dermatol Surg Oncol 1986 Apr; 
12(4): 386-8 

ACRYLONITRILE see under NITRILES 
ACTH see CORTICOTROPIN 

ACTH SYNDROME, ECTOPIC see under NEOPLASTIC 
ENDOCRINE-LIKE SYNDROMES 

ACTIHAEMYL see under TISSUE EXTRACTS 
ACTINIC RAYS see ULTRAVIOLET RAYS 

ACTININ 

ANALYSIS 

Immunoelectron microscopic localization of alpha-actinin 
and actin in embryonic hamster heart cells. Hill CS, et 
al. Eur J Cell Biol 1986 Jan;39(2):300-12 

GENETICS 

Selection of Dictyostelium mutants defective in cytoskeletal 
proteins: use of an antibody that binds to the ends of 
alpha-actinin rods. Wallraff E, et al. EMBO J 1986 Jan; 



INDEX MEDICUS 

METABOLISM 

Reorganization of alpha-actinin and vinculin induced by a 

Shorbol ester in living cells. Meigs JB, et al. 
Cell Biol 1986 Apr;102(4):1430-8 

ACTINOBACILLOSIS 

DIAGNOSIS 

Detection of antibody in rams with contagious epididymitis, 
using the enzyme-linked immunosorbent assay. Cardenas 
AL, et al. Am J Vet Res 1986 Apr;47(4):738-9 

ACTINOBACILLUS 

ENZYMOLOGY 

Influence of endogenous catalase activity on the sensitivity 
of the oral bacterium Actinobacitlus 
actinomycetemcomitans and the oral haemophili to the 
bactericidal properties of hydrogen peroxide. Miyasaki KT, 
et al. Arch Oral Biol 1985;30(ll-12):843-8 

ISOLATION & PURIFICATION 

Actinobacillus actinomycetemcomitans and clinical 

periodontal status in Finnish juvenile periodontitis patients. 

Asikainen S, et al. J Periodontol 1986 Feb;57(2):91-3 
The effect of treatment on Actinobacillus 

actinomycetemcomitans in localized juvenile periodontitis. 

Mandell RL, et al. J Periodontol 1986 Feb;57(2):94-9 

ACTINOBACILLUS INFECTIONS 

DIAGNOSIS 

[Actinobacillus actinomycetemcomitans infectious 
endocarditis. Apropos of 2 cases and review of the 
literature] Auger P, et al. Rev Med Interne 1985 Dec; 
6(5):5 15-21 (Eng. Abstr.) (Fro) 

ACTINOMYCES 

ISOLATION & PURIFICATION 

The comparative cariogenicity and plaque-forming ability 
in vivo of four species of the bacterium Actinomyces in 
gnotobiotic rats. Shakespeare AP, et al. Arch Oral Biol 
1985;30(ll-12):855-8 

ACTINOMYCETALES 

CYTOLOGY 

Isolation and nitrogen-fixing activity of Frankin sp. strain 
Cpll vesicles. Noridge NA, et al. J Bacteriol 1986 Apr; 
166(l):301-5 

METABOLISM 

Production of novel antibiotic, dopsisamine, by n new 
subspecies of Nocardiopsis mutabilis with multiple 
antibiotic resistance. Takahnshi A, et ul. 
J Antibiot (Tokyo) 1986 Feb;39(2):175-83 

ACTINOMYCIN 

METABOLISM 

Footprinting reveals that nugalmnycin and acrinomycin 
shuffle between DNA binding sites. Fox KR, et al. 
Nucleic Acids Res 1986 Mur 1 1;14(5):2001-14 

ACriNOMYCIN D see DACTINOMYCIN 

ACTINOMYCOSIS 

Primary hepatic actinomycosis. Mongiardo N, et al. 
J Infect 1986 Jan;l2(l):65-9 

DIAGNOSIS 

Actinomyces israelii-associated salpingitis. Persson E, et al. 

Eur J Obstct Gynccol Reprod Biol 1986 Mar;21(3):173-5 
[Brain abscess with Actinomyces nacslundi. Case report] 

Vieregge P, et al. Nervenarzt 1986 Mar;57(3): 170-3 

(Ger) 

MICROBIOLOGY 

The comparative cariogenicity and plaque-forming ability 
in vivo of four species of the bacterium Actinomyces in 
gnotobiotic rats. Shakespeare AP, et al. Arch Oral Biol 
1985;30(ll-12):855-8 

PATHOLOGY 

Transplantation of cerebral actinomycosis simulating 
malignant brain tumor into nude mice. Report of a case. 
David K, et al. Zentralbl Ncurochir I985;46(4):331-6 

VETERINARY 

[Bovine dermutophilosis in Shaba, Zaire] Huart A, et al. 
Rev Elev Med Vet Pays Trop 1984;37(4):41 1-7 (Eng. Abstr.) 

(Fre) 



ACTINS 



ACTINON see RADON 

ACTINOTHERAPY see ULTRAVIOLET THERAPY 

ACTINS 

Rate constant for capping of the barbed ends of actin 
filaments by the gelsolin-actin complex. Selve N, et al. 
Enr J Biochcm 1986 Mar 3;155(2):397-401 

Interaction of actin with dansyl-tropomyosin. Burtnick LD, 
et al. FEES Lett 1986 Mar 31;198(2):307-10 

Polymerization of beta-like actin from scallop adductor 
muscle. Khaitlina SYu. FEBS Lett 1986 Mar 31; 
198(2):221-4 

Thermal torsion of F-actin. Greene PR. J Theor Biol 1985 
Dec 7;117(3):489-92 

[Various parameters of the structure of F-actin filaments of 
the normal and athyreotic myocardium] Karsanov NV, et 
al. Blqfizlkn 1986 Jan-Feb;31(l):7-9 (Eng. Abstr.) (Rus) 

[Cross-linking of SH-groups in myosin heads changes the 
type of conformation changes in F-actin induced by myosin 
subfragment 1 or heavy meromyosin] Borovikov luS, et 
al. Dokl Akad Nauk SSSR 1986 Mar-Apr;287(l):216-9 

(Rus) 

ANALYSIS 

Organization of the actin cytoskeleton of resting and 

activated platelets in suspension. Escolar G, et al. 

Am J Patrol 1986 Apr;123(l):86-94 
Regulation of intestinal brush border microvillus length 

during development by the G- to F-actin ratio. Stidwill 

RP, et al. Dev Biol 1986 Apr;114(2):381-8 
Immunoelectron microscopic localization of alpha-actinin 

and actin in embryonic hamster heart cells. Hill CS, et 

al. Eur J Cell Bin) 1986 Jan;39(2):300-12 
Organization of the cytoskeleton in early Drosophila 

embryos. Karr TL, et al. J Cell Biol 1986 Apr; 

102(4):149<l-509 

BIOSYNTHESIS 

Effects of cortlsol treatment on protein synthesis in septum 
and hippocampus of rat brain. Mileusmc R, et al. 
Nourocndocrinology 1986;42(4):30<i- 10 

BLOOD 

Fibrcnectin potentiates actin polymerization in 
thrombin-nctivated platelets. Ciernicwski CS, et al. 
J Cell Biochem 1986;30(l):71-7 

GENETICS 

Evidence for haploid expression of mouse testicular genes. 

Hecht NB, et al. Exp Cell Res 1986 May;164(l):183-90 
Sequential expression of chicken actin genes during 

myogenesis. Haywnrd LJ, ct al. J Cell Biol 1986 Apr; 

102(4):1485-93 
Transforming growth factor type beta regulation of actin 

mRNA. Leof EB, et al. J Cell Physlol 1986 Apr;127(l):83-8 
Actin genes in Xenopus and their developmental control. 

Gurdon JB, et ul. J Embryol Exp Morphol 1985 Nov;89 

Suppl:125-36 
Nucleotide sequence of a full-length cDNA for mouse 

cytoskeletal betu-Hctin mRNA. Tokunaga K, ct al. 

Nucleic Acids Res 1986 Mar 25;14(6):2829 

ISOLATION & PURIFICATION 

Actin at receptor-rich domains of isolated acctylcholine 
receptor clusters. Bloch RJ. J Cell Biol 1986 Apr; 
102(4): 1447-5 8 

METABOLISM 

High affinity binding of divalent cation to actin monomer 

is much stronger than previously reported. Gershman LC, 

et al. Biochcm Biophys Res Commun 1986 Mar 13; 

135{2):607-14 
The distances separating Tyr-69 from the high- affinity 

nucleotide and metal binding sites in actin. Baiden JA, et 

al. Biochem Int 1986 Feb;12(2):321-9 
Effect of nucleotide on the binding of 

N,N'-p-phunylenedimaleimide-modiried S-l to 

unregulated and regulated actin. Greene LE, et al. 

Biochemistry 1986 Feb 1 l;25(3):704-9 
Heterogeneity in the actin activation of myosin. Ikeuchi Y, 

el al. Biochemistry 1986 Jan 28;25(2):411-9 
Opposite effects of cofilin and profilin from porcine brain 

on rate of exchange of actin-bound adenosine 

5'-triphosphate. Nishida E. Biochemistry 1985 Feb 26; 

24(5): 11 60-4 
Actin-fragmin interactions as revealed by chemical 

cross-linking. Sutoh K, et al. Biochemistry 1986 Jan 28; 

25(2):435-40 
Spectrin does not redistribute with actin during 

dBcAMP-induced changes in astrocytes in vitro. Opas M, 

et ul. Brain Res 1986 Mar;390(2):314-7 
Relation of actin fibrils to energy metabolism of endothelial 

cells. Tillmann U, et al. Cell Tissue Res 1986;243(3):579 : 85 
F-actin aggregates in transformed cells contain alpha-actinin 

and fimbrin but apparently lack tropomyosin. Carley WW, 

et al. Eur J Cell Biol 1986 Jan;39(2):313-20 
Preferential association of acidic actin with nuclei and nuclear 

matrix from mouse leukemia L5178Y cells. Nakayasu H, 



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ACTINS 

et al. Exp Cell Res 1986 Apr;163(2):327-36 
Phosphorylatipn in skeletal myosin light chain modulates the 

actin myosin interaction in the presence of regulatory 

proteins in vitro. Ikeuchi Y. Int J Biochem 1986;18(3):251-5 
Difference between subfragment-1 and heavy meromyosin 

in their interaction with F-actin. Yamamoto K, et al. 

J Biochem (Tokyo) 1986 Jan;99(l):199-206 
The effect of troponin-tropomyosin on the binding of heavy 

meromyosin to actin in the presence of ATP. Chalovich 

JM, et al. i Biol Chem 1986 Apr 15;261(ll):5088-93 
Modulation of actin-bundling activity of 53-kDa protein by 

multiple isoforms of tropomyosin. Matsurnura F, et al. 

J Biol Chem 1986 Apr 5;261(10):4655-9 
Definition of an N-terminnl actin-binding domain and a 

C-terminal Ca2+ regulatory domain in human brevin. 

Bryan J, et al. J Cell Biol 1986 Apr;102(4):1439-46 
Is a rise in intracellular concentration of free calcium 

necessary or sufficient for stimulated 

cytoskeletal-assoclated actin? Sha'afi RI, et al. 

J Cell Biol 1986 Apr;102(4):1459-63 
Anthracycllne effects on actin and actin-contaimng thin 

filaments in cultured neonatal rat myocardial cells. Lewis 

W, et al. Lab Invest 1986 Apr;54(4):416-23 

ACTION POTENTIALS 

Neuronal activity evoked by chronically implanted 
intracortical microelectrodes. McCreery DB, et al. 
Exp Neural 1986 Apr;92(l):147-61 

[Isolation, identification and properties of the calcium 
component of the action potential in isolated neurons of 
the spinal ganglia of the rat] Veselovskil NS, et al. 
Neiroflziologiia 1986;18(l):126-9 (Eng. Abstr.) (Rus) 

DRUG EFFECTS 

Slow inactivation of sodium current and voltage-dependent 
block by tetrodotoxin in rabbit cardiac Purkinje fibers. 
Carmeliet E. Biomed Bfochim Acta 1986;45{1-2):S 163-6 

Systemic hypertension induces disparate localized left 
ventricular action potential lengthening and altered 
sensitivity to verapamil in left ventricular myocardium. 
Cameron JS, et al. J Mol Cell Cardiol 1986 Feb; 
18(2): 169-75 

ACTIVATOR APPLIANCES see under ORTHODONTIC 
APPLIANCES, REMOVABLE 

ACTIVE SITE see BINDING SITES 

ACTIVITIES OF DAILY LIVING 

A validity study of a new rating scale for psychiatric patients. 

Foreman El, et al. Acta Psychtatr Scand 1986 Jan: 

73(l):101-8 
Teaching a functional leisure skill cluster to rehabilitation 

clients: the art of macrame. Halasz-Dees M, et al. 

Appl Res Meat Retard 1986;7(l):79-93 
Simulation procedures for teaching independent menstrual 

care to mentally retarded persons. Richman GS, et al. 

Appl Res Ment Retard 1986;7(l):21-35 
Functional independence in quadriplegiu: critical levels. 

Welch RD, et al. Arch Phya Med Reliubil 1986 Apr; 

The relationship between alternative assessments of self-care 

ability in the elderly. Little AG, et al. 

Br J Clin Psychol 1986 Feb;25 { Ft l):51-9 
The significance of spasticity in the upper and lower limbs 

in myelomeningocele. Mazur JM, et al. 

J Bone Joint Siirg [Br] 1986 Mar;68(2):213-7 
[The studies of cardiac function according to activities of 

daily life (ADL) classification in myotonic muscular 

dystrophy] Muramatsu J, et al. 

Nippon Naika Gakkai Zasshl 1985 Nov;74( 11): 1541-7 

(Jpn) 

ACTIVITY CYCLES see under CtRCADIAN RHYTHM 

ACTOMYOSIN 

METABOLISM 

Myosin light chain phosphoryktion and evidence for 
latchbridge formation in norepinephrine stimulated canine 
veins. Aksoy MO, et al. Biochem Biophys Res Commun 
1986 Mar 28;135(3):735-41 

PHYSIOLOGY 

Myosin light chain functions. Schaub MC, et al. 
Blamed Biochim Acta 1986;45(l-2):S39-44 

ACTOMYOSIN ATPASE see ADENOSINE 
TRIPHOSPHATASE 



ACUPUNCTURE 

Clinical studies on neurophysiological and biochemical basis 

of acupuncture analgesia. Chen GB, et al 

Am J Chin Med 1986;14(l-2):84-95 
The effect of needle stimulation of acupuncture loci Tienshu 

(St-25) Chung-Wan (CV-12) on the immune response ; .n 

sensitized mice against experimental cholera. Kuan TK 

et al. Am J Chin Med 1986;14(l-2):73-83 

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INDEX MEDICUS 

Rejection of deeply implanted foreign, body induced by 

acupuncture treatment in patient suffering intractable pains 

lasting ten years following traumatic injury to the left 

scapular region during a road accident. Slernfeld M, et 

al. Am J Chin Med 1986;14(l-2).-96-9 
Evaluation on the treatment of morphine addiction by 

acupuncture Chinese herbs and opioid peptides. Yang MM, 

et al. Am J Chin Med 1986;14(l-2):46-50 
Electroacupuncture increases ipsilaterally tooth pain 

threshold in man. Yukizaki H, et a!. Am J Chin Med 1986; 

14(l-2):68-72 
Acupuncture examination of sensory system and consultation 

on the concept of 'complete loss of sensation'. Xu CC. 

Chin Med J [Engl] 1985 Sep;98(9):669-74 
Acupuncture compared with stomatognathic treatment for 

TMJ dysfunction. Part II: Components of the dysfunction 

index. Raustia AM, et al. J Prosthet Dent 1986 Mar; 

55(3):372-6 
Relationship between electroacupuncture analgesia and 

descending pain inhibitory mechanism of nucleus raphe 

magnus. Liu X, et al. Pain 1986 Mar;24(3):383-96 
[Acupuncture therapy and its effect on the vertebral 

algogenic syndrome of the lumbar spine and lower 

extremities (low back pain)] Lovacky S, et al. 

Cesk Ncuro) Neurocbir 1986 Mar;49(2);95-101 (Eng. 

Abstr.) (Cze) 

[Acupuncture in a surgical practice] Morier-Genoud J. 

Rev Med Sulssc Romande 1986 Feb;106(2):129-30 (Fre) 
[Effectiveness of electroacupuncture in combined analgesia 

in abdominal surgery] Ponomarenko TP, et al. 

Anesteziol Reanimntol 1986 Jan-Feb;(l):10-3 (Eng. Abstr.) 

(Rus) 
[Carpal and navicular acupuncture in otorhinolaryngology] 

Krajcovii I. Ccsk Otolaryngol 1986 Mar;35(2):lll-5 (Eng. 

Abstr.) (Slo) 

METHODS 

Acupressure: a hands-on technique for treating headaches. 
Stumbo WG. J Ky Med Assoc 1986 Feb;84(2):69-71 

VETERINARY 

Electroacupuncture-induced analgesia in sheep: 
measurement of cutaneous pain thresholds and plasma 
concentrations of prolactin and beta-endorphin 
immunoreactivity. Bossut DF, et al. Am J Vet Res 1986 
Mar;47(3):669-76 

ACUTE DISEASE 

Drinking patterns and alcohol related admissions of ucute 
medical patients in Stracathro Hospital. Tulloch JA. 
Scott Med J 1986 Jan;31(l):33-5 



JUL 19! 



VIRUSES see 



ACUTE RESPIRATORY DISEASE 
ADENOVIRUSES, HUMAN 

ACYCLOGUANOSINE see ACYCLOVIR 

ACYCLOVIR 



ANALOGS & DERIVATIVES 

Antiviral therapy for cytomegalovirus retinitis in AIDS with 
dihydroxy propoxymethyl guanine. Rosecan LR, et al. 
Am J Ophthalmol 1986 Apr 15;101( 



i;101(4):405-18 



THERAPEUTIC USE 



Chronic Epstein-Barr virus infection associated with fever 
and interstitial pneuraonitis. Clinical and serologic features 
and response to antiviral chemotherapy. Schooley RT, et 
al. Ann Intern Med 1986 May;104(5):636-43 

Oral acyclovir in the suppression of recurrent non-genital 
herpes simplex virus infection, Meyrick Thomas RH, et 
al. Br J Dermatol 1985 Dec;lt3(6):731-5 

Acyclovir: new era in antiviral chemotherapy. Keeney RE 
at al. Clln Dermatol 1984 Apr-Jun;2(2):Ii7-32 (79 ref.) 

Herpes encephalitis during pregnancy: failure of acyclovir 
and adenine arablnoside to prevent neonatal herpes. Bereer 
SA, et al, Isr J Med Set 1986 Jan;22(l).41-4 

Herpetic stomatitis and acyciovir therapy in cyclosporin A 
treated renal graft recipients. Offermann G. 
Scand J Uroi Nepbrol [Suppl] 1985;92:29-31 

ACYL CARRIER PROTEIN 

METABOLISM 

Neurospora crassa mitochondria contain two forms of a 
4-phosphopanletheine-modified protein. Lakin-Thomas 
PL, et al. J Biol Chem 1986 Apr !5;26!(ll):4785-8 

ACYL COA see ACYL COENZYME A 

ACYL-COA-CHOLESTEROL ACYLTRANSFERASE see 
CHOLESTEROL ACYLTRANSFERASE 

ACYL COA DEHYDROGENASES see FATTY ACID 
DESATURASES 



ACYL COA SYNTHETASES see 
SYNTHETASES 

ACYL COENZYME A 

ANALYSIS 

Determination of short-chain acyl-coenzyme A esten 
high-performance liquid chromatography. Hosokai*. 
et al. Anal Biochem 1986 Feb ! 5; 1 53(T):45-9 

BIOSYNTHESIS 

Characterization of rat brain microsomal acyl-coenzym 
ligases: different enzymes for the synthesis 
palmitoyl-coenzyme A and lignoceroyl-coenzvnte 
Bhushan A, et al. Arch Biochem Biophys 1986 , 

The source of malonyl-CoA in rat heart The call 
paradox releases acetyl-CoA carboxylase and 
propionyl-CoA carboxylase. Scholte HR et al 
FEBS Lett 1986 Mar 17;198(1):47-50 

METABOLISM 

In vitro inhibition of carrot clialcone syntliase 
3'-nucleotidase: the role of the 3 -phosphate firot 
malonyl-coenzyme A in flavonoid biosynthesis. Hi* 
w, et al. Arch Biochem Biophys 1986 Apr;246{l):2) 

PHARMACODYNAMICS 

Active site directed inactivation of rat mammary gland 
acid synthase by 3-chloropropionyl coenzyme A Mu 
HM, et al. Biochemistry 1986 Jan 28;25(2):468-73 

Mitochondria! Ca2+ fluxes: role of free fatty 
acyl-CoA and acylcarnitinu. De Villiers M, et a) 
Biochim Biophys Acta 1986 Apr 15;876(2):309-17 

ACYL COENZYME A SYN1 HKTASES sec COEN7 
A SYNTHETASES 

ACYLNEURAMINATE CYTIDYLYLTRANSFERA5 
under NUCLEOTIDYLTRANSFERASES 

ACYLTRANSFERASES 

ANTAGONISTS & INHIBITORS 

In vitro inhibition of carrot chalcone synlhs 
3 '-nucleotidase: the role of the 3 '-phosphate gt 
malonyl-coenzyme A in flavonoid biosynthesis. H 
W, et al. Arch Biochem Biophys 1986 Apr;246(l): 

Examination of model enzyme and penetration sys 
relation to antibacterial activity. Uoyd DO ct a! 
J Antiblot (Tokyo) 1986 Fcb;39(2):2Bl-5 

Differential effect of pruisptmtidylethanolamiije mi 
species on glycerophosphute acyltrnnbferase ncli 
Eschencliia coli. Islunaga M. J Dlovhcm (Tokyo) I 1 



ISOLATION & PURIFICATION 

Partial purification and characterization of two f 
mafonyl-coenzyme A.-ucyl currier protein (ran 
from soybean leaf tissue. Guerra DJ, et al 
Arch Biochem Biophys 1986 Apr;246(l):274-85 

METABOLISM 

Regulation of carnitinc palniitoyltninsfernse activji 
liver and brown adipose tissue in the newborn r 
of starvation and hypothermia. Punas M et al 
Biochem Biophys Res Commun 1986 Mar 13;135(; 

Sterepspecificity of monoucylglycerol acylii 
activity from rat intestine and suckling rat liver 
RA, et al. J LIpid Res 1986 Feb;27(2): 158-65 

ADAMANTINOMA see AMELOBLASTOMA 

ADAPTATION, BIOLOGICAL 

Adaptations in lipid metabolism of bovi.ic udinos 
lactogenesis and lactation. McNaniara JP et al 
J Lipid Res 1986 Feb;27(2): 1 50-7 

Colour-contingent after-effects are really 



Inhibition of infanticide after mating by wild iy 
mice. McCarthy MM, et al. Physio! Bchnv 1986;3 

ADAPTATION, OCULAR 

Fatigue and structural change: two consequence 
pattern adaptation. Wolfe JM, ct al 
Invest Ophthalmol Vis Sci 1986 Apr;27(4) ! 538- 

Effect of localized grating adaptation as a f 
separation along the length axis between test and 
areas. Ejima Y, et al. Vision Res 1985-25niVi 
perception with binocularly fused adanu'r 



ACYL COA DESATURASES 
DESATURASES 



see FATTY ACID 



ADAPTATION, PHYSIOLOGIC 

Adaptation of muscle capillarity. Banchero N. 



JUL 1986 

Adv Exp Med Biol 1985;191:355-63 
Genotype dependency of adaptation in adipose tissue 

metabolism after short-term overfeeding. Poehlman ET, 

et al. Am J Physiol 1986 Apr;250(4 Pt l):E480-5 
Biochemical (functional) adaptation of 'arterialized' vein 

grafts. Henderson VJ, et al. Ann Surg 1986 Apr; 

203(4):339-45 
A role of pulmonary rapidly adapting receptors in control 

of breathing. Davies A, et al. 

Aust J Exp Biol Mod Sci 1986 Feb;64 ( Pt l):67-78 
Adapted head- and eye-movement responses to added-head 

inertia. Gauthier GM, et al. Aviat Space Environ Mcd 1986 

Apr;57(4):336-42 
Previous adaptation to a high-protein diet protects against 

streptozotocin-induced inhibition of insulin release from 

isolated rat islets. Eizirik DL, et al. 

Braz J Med Biol Res 1985;18(2):233-5 
The 1985 Upjohn award lecture. Tolerance, learning, and 

neurochernical adaptation. Kalani H. 

Can J Physiol Pharmacol 1985 Dec;63(12): 1485-94 
Adaptation of respiratory muscles to acute and chronic stress. 

Considerations on energy and fuels. Haddad GG, et al. 

Clin Chest Med 1986 Mar;7(l):79-89 (121 ref.) 
Changes in the adaptive system in ageing and cancer. 

Ostroumova MN, et al. IARC Sci Publ 1985;(58):247-51 
Cardiac biochemical and functional adaptations to exercise 

in sympathectomized neonatal rats. Macintosh AM, et al. 

J Appl Physiol 1986 Mar;60(3):991-6 
Adaptation of rat knee meniscus to prolonged exercise. Vailas 

AC, et al. J Appl Physiol 1986 Mar;60(3):1031-4 
Distribution and location of slowly adapting pulmonary 

stretch receptors in the airways of cats. Ravi K. 

J Auton Ncrv Syst 1986 Mar;15(3):205-16 
Role of alrial natriuretic pcptide in adaptation of sodium 

excretion with reduced renal mass. Smith S, et al. 

J Clin Invest 1986 Apr;77(4): 1395-8 
Adaptation during surgical stress. A revaluation of the role 

of glucocorticoids. Udelsman R, et al. J Clin Invest 1986 

Apr;77(4): 1377-81 
A procedure of vestibular decompensation for clinical 

diagnosis. I. Animal experiments. Noel F, et al. 

J Otolaryngol 1986 Feh;15(l):9-14 
Metabolic changes of twenty weeks food-restriction schedule 

in rals. Curi R, et al. Physiol Ilchav 1986;36(2):239-43 
The challenge of adnptational physiology. Prosser CL. 

Physiologist 19H6 Feb;29(l):2-4 
[Modification of the cardiopulmonary adaptation of newborn 

infants after cesnrean section in relation to the obstetrical 

anesthesia procedures. 1. Cardiac adaptation] Weisbach W, 

el al. Anaesthesiol Kcanim 1985;10(2):95-101 (Eng. Abstr.) 

(Gcr) 
[Modification of the cardiopulmonary adaptation of newborn 

infants following cesarean section depending on the 

maternal anesthesia procedure. 2. Pulmonary adaptation] 

Weisbiich W, et al. Anaesthesiol Rennim 1985;10(3):161-5 

(Eng. Al>sir.) (Ger) 

[Imrnnnochcmical characteristics of the antigens of a variant 

tick-bornt! encephalitis virus adapted to Hyalomma 

phimbeum ticks] Dzhivanian Tl, et al. Vopr Virusol 1986 

Jan-Feb:3l(l):92 h (Eng. Abstr.) (Rus) 

DRUG EFFECTS 

Tlii.- effects of acid exposure on the ion regulation and 
seawaler adaptation of coho salmon (Oncorhynchus 
kisutch) parrs and smolts. Powell JF, et al. 
Comp Blochcm Physiol [C] 1986;83(l):45-52 

ADAPTATION, PSYCHOLOGICAL 

see related 
SOCIAL ADJUSTMENT 

Social support as a multifaceled concept: examination of 

important dimensions for adjustment. Fiore J, et al. 

Am J Community Psychol 1986 Feb;14(l):93-l 11 
Adjustment to the death of a sibling. Fettle Michael SA, 

et al. Arch Dis Child 1986 Mar;6I(3):27S-83 
Children s self-speech and self-regulation during a 

fear-provoking behavioral test. Prins PJ. 

Bchav Res Thcr |98<i;24(2):lSl-91 
Modes of experiencing and adapting to retirement. Hornstein 

GA, et al. Int J Aging Hum Dev 1985;2I(4):291-315 
Teaching and adaptation of patients with myocardial 

infarction. Hentineu M. Int J Nurs Stud 1986;23(2):125-38 
An evaluation of the effects of shift rotation on nurses 'stress, 

coping and strain. Milne D, et al. Int J Nurs Stud 1986; 

23(2): 1 39-46 
Coping with serious illness: on integrating constructs to 

enhance clinical research, assessment and intervention. Ell 

KO. Int J Psychiatry Mcd l985-86;l5(4):335-56 
Resilient offspring of alcoholics: a longitudinal study from 

birth to age 18. Werner EE. J Stud Alcohol 1986 Jan; 

47(!):34-40 
Strategies for coping with chronic low back pain: relationship 

to pain and disability. Turner JA, et al. Pain 1986 Mar; 

24(3):355-64 
The emotional impact of mastectomy. Gottschailt LA, et al. 

Psychiatry Res 1986 Feb; 17(2): 153-67 
Emotional distress and satisfaction in life among Holocaust 

survivors a community study of survivors and controls. 

Carmil D, et al. Psychol Mcd 1986 Feb;16(l):14!-9 
Rating reliability for life events and difficulties in the elderly. 

Wilkinson SJ, et al. Psychol Mcd 1986 Feb;16(l):101-5 



INDEX MEDICOS 

[A good mood. What everyone can contribute to its success 

(11)1 Demling L. Fortschr Med 1986 Feb 27;104(8):70-1 

(Ger) 
[The concept of reaction in psychiatry and its significance 

for the image of the psychiatrist] Degkwitz R. 

Nervenarzt 1986 Feb;57(2):96-9 (Ger) 

[Empirical research on the effect of trauma in children and 

adolescents. Critical aspects and information on an again 

current topic] Fischer G. Psyche (Stutrg) 1986 Feb; 

40(2):145-61 (Eng. Abstr.) (Ger) 

[The Rockstock longitudinal study on risk children a 

contribution to the dialectics of biological, psychological 

and social aspects] Meyar-Probst 13, el al. 

Z Arztl Fortbild (Jena) 1986;80(2):73-8 (Ger) 

[The methods of measuring social adaptation in psychiatric 

and social studies. I. Concepts and definitions] Slupczynska 

E. Psychiatr Pol 1985 May-Jun;19(3):226-32 (17 ref.) (Eng. 

Abstr.) (Pol) 

[Adaptation of children lo hospitalization] Kloirin Al, et al. 

Pediatriia 1986 Feb;(2):51-3 (Rus) 

[Homosexuality in Colombia] Ardila R. 

Acta Psiquiatr Psicol Am Lat 1985 Sep;31(3):19 1-210 (Eng. 

Abstr.) (Spa) 

ADDISON'S ANEMIA see ANKMIA, PERNICIOUS 

ADDISON'S DISEASE 

DIAGNOSIS 

Pseudo-Addison 's disease. Isolated corticotropin deficiency 
associated with hyporeninemic hypoaldosteroiiism. Manser 
TJ, et al. Arcli Intern Mcd 1986 May;I46(5):996-7 

Metoclopramide test for Addison's disease [letter] Benito P, 
et al. Drug Intel! Clin Pliarm 1986 Mar;20(3):231-2 

[Indirect fluorescence antibody test in the diagnosis of 
idiopathic Addison's disease] Wang SP, et al. 
Chung Hun Nei Ko Tsn Chili 1985 Dec;24(12):740-3, 769-70 
(Eng. Abstr.) (Chi) 

ADENINE 

DNA bending at adenine . thyminc tracts. Koo HS, ct al. 
Nature 1986 Apr 10-16;320(6062):501-6 

[Reactions of udeninc and related compounds with 
formaldehyde] Sueyoshi S, et al. Kisci Shikenjo Hokoku 
1985;(103):89 92 (Eng Abstr.) (Jpn) 

ANALOGS & DERIVATIVES 

Effect of 4-ainiiiopyr;i7.nlo[3,4-tlJpyriniidinc on the 
catabolism of high-density lipoprotein apoltpoprotein A-I 
in the rat. van 't Ilnoft r'M, ct al. 
Blochlm Biophys Actn 19K6 Apr 15;H76(2):333-9 

Hydrogen-bonding preferences in 2,6-diaminopurine: uracil 
(thymine) and 8-niethyl adcnine:uracil (thyminc) 
complexes. Kao SN, et al. Itiopolymurs I9R6 Feb; 
25(2):267-0 

ANALYSIS 

Structure of an iulennic cylosinc base pair in DNA and its 
implications for mismatch repair. Hunter WN, et al. 
Nature 1986 Apr 10-l(>;320(6()62):552-5 

BLOOD 

[Energy meluboli.sai of human plalclcls. ]. Incorporation of 
14C-adcnine into the adviiim: nucleotide metabolic pool] 
Hofmann J, el al. /. Med Lab l)ia(-n I986;27(l):8-12 (Eng. 
Abstr.) (Ger) 

METABOLISM 

Role of jjluumiine synlhctusu adenylylation in the 
self-protection of Piieudomomis syringae subsp. 'tabaci* 
from its toxin, tiibloxininu bcta-lactam. Knight TJ, et al. 
J Bactcriol 19K6 Api;l66(l):224-9 

THERAPEUTIC USE 

Adenine therapy in Lesch-Nyhan syndrome. Biihrdel P, et 
al. Acta 1'acdiatr Hung l<>85;26(4):327-33 

ADENINE ARABINOSIDE sec VIDARAUINE 

ADENINE NUCLEOTIDIC TRANSLOCASli see under 
NUCLEOTIDYLTRANSFERASES 

ADENINE NUCLEOTIDES 

The 2-5A system. Molecular and clinical aspects of the 
interferon- regulated pathway. Proceedings of the Sixth 
International Symposium of the Research Institute, 
Hospital for Sick Children. Toronto, Ontario, Canada, June 
305, 1985. Prog Clin Biol Res J985;202:l-478 

ANALYSIS 

Analytical tools for studying the 2-5A system. Luxembourg 
A, et al. Prog Clin Binl Res 1985;202: 123-31 

BLOOD 

Radioimmuno assay for 2-5 A using a novel 1251-labeled 
2-5 A analog, and analysis of 2-5 A and 2-5 A synthelase 
activity in human plasma. Sawai H, ct al. 



ADENITIS 



Prog Clin Biol Res 1985;202:97-104 

[Energy metabolism of human platelets. 1. Incorporation of 
14C-adenine into the adenine nucleotide metabolic pool] 
Hofmann J, et al. Z Med Lab Dingn 1986;27(1):8-12 (Eng. 
Abstr.) (Ger) 

IMMUNOLOGY 

Immunochemistry, physical chemistry and biology of 

2',5'-oligoadenylates. Johnston MI, et al. 

Prog Clin Biol Res 1985;202:37-45 
Immunological approach of intracellular 2 -3 ' linked 

adenyladenosine oligonucleotides. Laurence L, et al. 

Prog Cltn Biol Res 1985;202:ll-8 

METABOLISM 

Increases of cell ATP produced by exogenous ndenine 

nucleotides in isolated rabbit kidney tubules. Weinberg JM, 

et al. Am J Physiol 1986 Apr;250(4 Pt 2):F720-33 
Further studies on the presumed adenine nucleotide storage 

compound of rat heart. Fitt PS, et al. Biosci Rep 1985 Dec; 

5(12):1061-9 
Some properties of 2-5A binding/nucleoly tic activities in gel 

filtered rabbit reticulocyte lysates. Wu JM, et al. 

Biosci Rep 1985 Dec;5(12):1041-51 
Effect of somatostatin on the adenine nucleotide levels in 

the liver and skeletal muscle of rat during hyperthermia. 

Torliiiska T, et al. Endokrynpl Pol 1985;36(4):22l-7 
Interaction between aurovertin and adenine nucleotide 

binding sites on mitochondrial FI-ATPase and the isolated 

beta subunit. Lunardi J, et al. J Biol Chem 1986 Apr 25; 

261(12):5350-4 
Nucleotide trapping at the ATPase site of myosin 

subfragment 1 by a new interthiol crosslinking. Chaussepied 

P, et al. Proc Nat! Acad Sci USA 1986 Apr;83(7):2037-41 
Role of degradation products of 2-5A in the localized 

cleavage of viral RNA. Daglioni C, et al. 

Prog Clin Biol Res 1985;202:275-83 
(p)pp(A2p)nA is rare in normal mouse tissues while 

(A2p)nA but not (p)pp(A2 p)nA appears to be present in 

E. coli. Brown RE, et al. Prog Clin Biol Res 1985;202:3-10 
Cell viability and the (2 ',5 )oligo(A)-RNase L pathway in 

human colon carcinoma cells treated with human 

inlerferons and double-stranded RNA. Chapekar MS, et 

al. Prog Clin Biol Res 1985;202:377-84 
The 2-5A system and vaccinia virus. Esteban M, et ul. 

I'rog Clin Biol Res 1985;202:25-34 (26 ref.) 
The interaction of recombinant HuIFN-gamma 1 and 

recombinant HuIFN-alpha 2 on the 2-5A system in two 

distinct cell types. Fish EN, et al. Prog Clin Biol Res 1985, 

202:385-90 
Levels of 2',5'-oligoadenylates in the tissues of pathogen-free 

mice. Hearl WG, ct al. Prog Clin Biol Res I985;202: 19-24 
The 2-5A system in control and interfcron-treated K/BALD 

cells infected with encephalomyocarditis virus. Mcurs E, 

et al. Prog Clin Biol Res 1985;202:307-15 
Analysis of the (2'-5 [ ) oligoadenylale system by 

characterization of cells deficient in their response to 

interferon. Panel A, et al. Prog Clin Biol Res 1985; 

202:345-50 
2-5A analogs as mechanistic probes of the 2-5A system: 

stereoeonfiguration of phosptiorothioiuc analogs of 2-5A 

markedly influences metabolic stability. Schryver BB, et 

al. Prog Clin Biol Res 1985;202:81-8 
Mechanism of growth inhibition of DNA containing viruses 

by imerferon: role of 2-5A. Sharma OK, et ul. 

Prog Clin Biol Res 1985;202:3 17-24 
Sequence-specific 2 '5 -oligonucleotides in the molecular 

dissection of the biological activity of 2-5A. Tonence PF, 

et al. Prog Clin Biol Res 1985;202:75-80 
Double stranded RNA and the nuclear matrix implications 

for the 2-5A system. Wreschner DH, et al. 

Prog Clin Biol Res 1985;202:47-66 
[Methylxanthines and enzymes which degrade adenine 

nucleotides] Pechan I, et al. Bratisl Lek Listy 1986 Mar; 

85(3): J 1 5-24 {Eng. Abstr.) (Slo) 

PHARMACODYNAMICS 

Antiviral activity of a chemically stabilised 2-5A analog 

upon microinjection into HeLa cells. Defilippi P, et al. 

FEBS Lett 1986 Mar 31;198(2):326-32 
2 '5 ' Oligoadenylate analogues:synlhesis, biological activities 

and intracellular delivery. Bisbal C, et al. 

Prog Clin Biol Res 1985;202:89-95 
Structure-activity relationship of analogs of'2-5A determined 

using the core-cellulose assay for 2-5A-dependent RNase. 

Krause D, et al. Prog Clin Biol Res 1985;202:133-9 
Chiral and achiral phosphorothioate analogs of 2-5A: 

enzymatic synlhesis, characterization, and biological 

activities. Suhadolnik RJ, et al. Prog Clin Biol Res 1985; 

202:115-22 

ADENINE PHOSPHORIBOSYLTRANSFERASE see 
under PENTOSYLTRANSFERASES 

ADENINE POLYNUCLEOTIDES see POLY A 
ADENITIS see LYMPHADENITIS 



53 



ADENOCARCINOMA 
ADENOCARCINOMA 

ANALYSIS 

Adenosine deaminase complexing protein (ADCP) 
itnmunoreactivity in colorectal adenocarcinoma. ten Kate 
J, et al. Int J Cancer 1986 Apr 15;37(4):479-85 

Novel fucolipids of human adenocarcinoma: disialosyl Lea 
antigen (III4FucIII6NeuAcIV3NeuAcLc4) of human 
colonic adenocarcinoma and the monoclonal antibody 
(FH7) defining this structure. Nudelman E, et al. 
J Diol Chem 1986 Apr 25;261(12):5487-95 

Tissue CEA determination and cytophotometric DNA 
analysis of colorectal mucosa in patients with colorectal 
cancer. Suzuki H, et al. Jpn J Surg 1985 Nov;15(6):449-54 

BLOOD 

Serum amyloid A in carcinoma of the lung. Benson MD, 
et al. Cancer 1986 May 1;57(9): 1783-7 

CHEMICALLY INDUCED 

Risk factors for the development of 

diethylstilbestrol-associated clear cell adenocarcinoma: a 

case-control study. Herbst AL, et al. 

Am J Obstet Gynccol 1986 Apr;154(4):814-22 
Endocervical neoplasia in long-term users of oral 

contraceptives: clinical and pathologic observations. 

Valente PT, et al. Obstet Gynecol 1986 May;67(5):695-704 

COMPLICATIONS 

Outpatient management of CA pleural effusion. Avery JA. 

Hosp Pract [Off] 1986 Apr 15;21(4):64A 
Colon carcinoma in inguinal hernia. Sriram K, et al. IMJ 

1986 Mar;169(3):165-6 
Pancreatic carcinoma and Trousseau 's syndrome: experience 

at a large cancer center. Pinzon R, et al. J CHn Oncol 

1986 Apr;4(4):509-14 
[Amyloidosis in carcinoma of the kidney] SkalovS A. 

Cesk Patol 1986 Mar;22(l):46-50 (Eng. Abstr.) (Cze) 
[Exudative enleropathy and oddian tumor] Khalifa P, et al. 

Rev Med Interne 1985 Dec;6(5):569-70 (Fre) 

[Spinal cord compression complicating gynecological 

malignancy report of four cases] Tsukamoto N, et al. 

Can No Rinsho 1986 Feb;32(2):219-24 (Eng. Abstr.) 

(Jpn) 

DIAGNOSIS 

Contribution of immunoliistochemistry to the diagnosis of 

breast cancer in men. Aziz DC, et al. Cnn J Surg 1986 

Mar;29(2): 135-6 
Occult-blood screening [letter] Lancet 1986 Apr 19; 

l(8486):907-8 
Nuclear magnetic resonance imaging characterization of a 

rat mammary tumor. Osbakken MD, et ul. 

Magn Reson Mcd 1986 Feb;3(l):l-9 
[Malignant tumors originating in the small intestine] Oriffioen 

G, et al. Ned Tijdschr Geneeskd 1 986 Mar 22; 1 30( 1 2):528-3 1 

(Out) 
[Clinical differentiation of the edematous-infiltrative and 

nodular forms of cancer of the breast] Adamian AT. 

Klin Med (Mosk) 1986 Jan;64(l):ll6-8 (Eng. Abstr.) 

(Rus) 
[Adenocarcinoma of the anal canal] Rottenberg VI, et al. 

Vopr Onkol 1986;32(2):48-53 (Eng. Abstr.) (Rus) 

[Primary adenocarcinoma of the duodenum] Gramatica L, 

et al. Rev Fac Cien Mcd Univ Nac Cordoha 1984-42(2):18-23 

(Eng. Abstr.) (Spa) 

DRUG THERAPY 

High-dose medroxyprogesterone acetate in patients with 
renal adenocarcinoma and measurable lung metastascs: a 
phase H study. Kjaer M, et al. Cancer Treat Rep 1986 Mar; 
70(3):431-2 

Effect of alternating combination chemotherapy on survival 
of ambulatory patients with metastatic large-cell and 
adenocarcinoma of the lung. A Southwest Oncology 
Group Study. Miller TP, et al. J Clin Oncol 1986 Apr; 
4(4):502-8 

[Combination cancer chemotherapy of human gastric and 
colon carcinomas in nude mice sequential cancer 
chemotherapy involving mitomycin C and tegafur] Kubota 
T, et al. Can To Kagaku Ryoho 1986 Apr;13(4 Pt l):938-44 
(Eng. Abstr.) (Jpn) 

[Effect of combination chemotherapy of tegafur, adriamycin 
and cisplatin on patients with advanced relapsing prostatic 
carcinoma and advanced bladder tumor] Yoshida K, et al. 
Can To Kagaku Ryoho 1986 Apr;13(4 Pt l):1083-5 

(Jpn) 

1LOGY 



INDEX MEDICUS 

Mar 12;99(797): 168-9 
Carcinogenesis in ureterosigmoidostomy. Gittes RF. 

Urol CHn North Am 1986 May;13(2):201-5 (19 ref.) 
[Acquired cystic renal disease and an associated renal 

carcinoma] Banos Gallardo M, et al. Rev Clin Esp 1986 

Jan;178(l):25-7 (Eng. Abstr.) (Spa) 

FAMILIAL & GENETIC 

Cytogenetic findings in a large bowel adenocarcinoma. 

Ferti-Passantonopoulou A, et al. 

Cancer Genet Cytogenet 1986 Apr 15;21(4):361-4 
A new site of integration for mouse mammary tumor virus 

proviral DNA common to BALB/cf(C3H) mammary and 

kidney adenocarcinomas. Garcia M, et al. EMBO J 1986 

Jan;5(l):127-34 
Amplification of c-erbB-2 oncogene in human 

adenocarcinomas in vivo. Yokota J, et al. Lancet 1986 Apr 

5;l(8484):765-7 
Transforming activity of human papillomavirus type 16 DNA 

sequence in a cervical cancer. Tsunokawa Y, et al. 

Proc Natl Acad Sci USA 1986 Apr;83(7):2200-3 
[Analysis of the expression of the oncogene c-myc in human 

breast adenocarcinoma] Guerin M, et al. 

C R Acad Sci [III] 1985;301(20):833-8 (Eng. Abstr.) 

(Fre) 
[The cancer family syndrome a case report] Nomizu T, et 

al. Can No Rinsho 1986 Feb;32(2): 186-9 (Eng. Abstr.) 

(Jpn) 
[Abnormalities of chromosome involving Iq in uterine 

endometrial carcinomas] Fujitn H, et al. 

Nippon Sanka Fujinka Gakkai Zasshl 1986 Feb;38(2):236-42 

(Eng. Abstr.) (Jpn) 

IMMUNOLOGY 

Comparative tumour localization of antibody fragments and 
intact IgG in nude mice bearing a CEA-producing human 
colon tumour xenograft. Harwood PJ, et al. 
Eur J Cancer Clin Oncol 1985 Dec;21(12):15I5-22 

METABOLISM 

Relationship between 5-fluoro-2 -deoxyuridylule, 

2-deoxyuridylale, and thymidylate synthase activity 

subsequent to 5-fluorouracil administration, in xenografts 

of human colon adenocarcinomas. Houghton JA, el al. 

Biochem Pharmacol 1986 Apr 15;35(8):1351-8 
Androgen receptor in human normal and malignant 

pancreatic tissue and eel! lines. Corbishley TP, et ul. 

Cancer 1986 May 15;57(10):1992-5 
Glycogen-ricli clear cell carcinoma in the tongue. A 

cytochemical and ultrastructural .study. Uri AK, ct a!. 

Cancer 1986 May l;57(9):l803-9 
Growth inhibition and eicosanoid metabolism in the 

R3230AC mammary adenocarcinoma by interferon. 

Karmali RA, et al. Cancer Treat Rep 1986 Mar; 

70(3):397-400 
Isolation and characterization of proteogly^ans secreted by 

normal and malignant human nuimmary epithelial cells. 

Gowda DC, ct al. J Blol Chcm 1986 Apr 15; 

261(1 1):4926-34 
Nonmuscle tropomyosin from ascites tumor cell microvilli. 

Liu YC, et al. J Binl Chcm 1986 Apr 5;261(IO):4568-73 
Altered I-14C arachidonic acid metabolism in arterial wall 

from patients with renal cell carcinoma. Ncri Serneri GO, 

et ill. J Urol 1986 May;135(5):1071-4 

MORTALITY 

Is colorectal carcinoma in the young a more deadly disease? 

DOnofrio GM, et al. Aiist NZ J Surg 1985 Dec; 

55(6):537-40 
Adenocarcinoma of the uterine cervix. Weiss R.I, et a!. 

Cancer 1986 May 15;57(10):19%-2001 

OCCURRENCE 

Endometrial carcinoma in Nigerians. A pathologic study. 

Mordi VP, et al. Cimccr 1986 May 1;57(9): 1840-1 
[Time trend in the types of gastric carcinoma. Analysis of 

autopsy cases] Inoue T. Fukuoka Igaku Znsshi 1985 Dec; 

76(12):549-65 (Eng. Abstr.) (Jpn) 

PATHOLOGY 

Early endocervical glandular neoplasia. I. Histomorphology 

and cytomorphology. Betsill WL Jr, et al. 

Acta Cytol (Baltimore) 1986 Mnr-Apr;30(2):l 15-26 
Early endocervical glandular neoplasia. II. Morphometric 

analysis of the cells. Clark AH, et al. 

Acta Cytol (Baltimore) 1986 Mur-Apr;30(2):127-34 
Malignant fibrous histiocytorna with widespread metastasis 

and pulmonary cancer. Hiasa Y, et al. Acta Pathol Jpn 

1986 Jan;36(l):113-22 

._ -' seven ce n ij nes derived from human gastric 
'otoyama T, et al. Acta Pnthol Jpn 1986 Jan; 

na: comparison of DNA-content in the 
id the corresponding axillary lymphnode 
dt K, et al. 
jrobiol Iminunol Scand [A] 1986 Jan; 

ma: DNA analysis in areas showing 
ical features in the same tumor. Erhardt 
thol Microblol Immunol Scand [A] 1986 



JUL 1986 



Jan;94(l):21-8 
Immunohistochemical reactivity of monoclonal antibodies to 

human milk fat globule with breast carcinoma and with 

other normal and neoplastic tissues. Hclle M, et al. 

Acta Pathnl Microbiol Immunol Scand [A] 1986 Jan; 

94(1):43-51 
Minimal invasive carcinoma of the colon in rats. Rubio CA, 

et al. Am J Pathol 1986 Apr;123(l):161-5 
Pathologic quiz case 1. Polymorphous low-grade 

adenocarcinoma (PMLGA) of the minor salivary gland. 

Frierson HF Jr. Arch Otolaryngol Head Neck Siirg 1986 

May;112(5):568-70 
Catheter tract seeding after percutaneous biliary drainage for 

pancreatic cancer. Cutherell L, et al. Cancer 1986 May 

15;57(10):2057-60 
Characterization of a new primary human pancreatic tumor 

line. Tan MH, et al. Cancer Invest 1986;4(l):15-23 
Advances in the biology of non-small cell lung cancer. 

Gazdar AF. Chest 1986 Apr;89(4 Suppl):277S-283S 
Mixed intestinal adenocarcinoma-argentaffin carcinoma of 

the vagina. Fukushima M, et al. Gynecol Oncol 1986 Mar; 

23(3):387-94 
The significance of paraaortic node status in carcinoma of 

the cervix and endometrium. Manetta A, et al. 

Gynecol Oncol 1986 Mar;23(3):284-90 
Scirrhous endocrine cell carcinoma of the stomach with 

synchronous production of six polypeptide hormones and 

glycoproteins. A case report. Yokozaki H, et al. 

Hiroshima J Mcd Sci 1985 Dec;34(4):381-5 
Misplaced epithelium in ulcerative colitis and Crohn 's disease 

of the colon and its relationship to malignant mucosal 

changes. Allen DC, et al. Histopatliology 1986 Jan: 

10(l):37-52 
The prevalence, prognostic significance and hormonal 

content of endocrine cells in gastric cancer. Bonar SF, et 

al. Histopatliology 1986 Jan;10(l):53-63 
Melanocyte colonization of adenocarcinoma arising in an 

ovarian dermoid. Waxmun M, et al. Histopathology 1986 

Feb;10(2):207-15 
Three primary tumors and no metastasis. Thomalla JV. 

Hosp Pract [Off] 1986 Apr 15;21(4):138F, I38H 
Merkel cell carcinoma a problem with microscopically 

controlled surgery. Roenigk RIC, et al. 

J Dermatol Surg Oncol 1986 Apr;12(4):332-6 
Regional accuracy of computed tomography of the 

mediastinum in staging of lung cancer. Ferguson MK, et 

al. J Thorac Cardioyasc Surg 1986 Apr;91(4):498-504 
Ultrasound versus digitally directed prostatic needle biopsy. 

Liddell HT, et al. J Urol 1986 Apr;135(4):716-8 
Significance of histopathology in pulsed NMR studies on 

cancer. Rannde SS, et al. Magn Reson Med 1985 Apr; 

2(2): 128-35 
In vitro monocyte maturation in patients with malignant 

melanoma and colorecta! cancer- -clinical significance. 

Rudolf Z, et al. Ncoplasma 1986;33(l):71-8 
Ovai ian and endomelrial eiiclometrioid carcinoma: diagnostic 

implications of flow cytometry. Viissilev NB, et al. 

Neoplasma 1986;33(l):57-62 
[Malignancy grade and clinical stage TO-T3 in prostate 

cancer] Wernert N, el al. Urologc [A] 1986 Jan;25(l):55-8 

(Eng. Abstr.) (Gcr) 

[A clinicopathological study of five cases of adenosquamous 

carcinoma of the stomach] Namatnme 1C, et al. 

Can No Rinsho 1986 Feb;32(2):170-5 (Eng. Abstr.) 

(Jpn) 
[Histopathological changes in endometrial cancer treated 

with tamoxifcn] Lin HH, et al. Gan To Kagaku Ryoho 1986 

Apr;13(4 Pt l):1038-43 (Eng. Abstr.) (Jpn) 

[A study on the contact effects producing radiorcsistance 

of uterine adenocarcinoma] Toyoi/.umi T. 

Nippon Gan Chiryo Gakkai Shi 1985 Dec 20;20(10):2329-37 

(Eng. Abstr.) (Jnn) 

[Lymph nodes with reactive changes. What does this 

condition mean and what prognostic information can it give 

in patients with malignant epithelial disease?] Thoresen SO. 

Tidsskr Nor Laegeforen 1986 Feb 10;106(4):304-5 (Eng. 

Abstr.) (Nor) 

[Euclidean distance us a measure of the degree of 

differentiation of cancer of the uterine body] Rowinski J, 

et al. Patol Pol 1985 Apr-Jun;36(2): 153-67 (Eng. Abstr.) 

(Pol) 
[Morphology of cancer of the cervix uteri and surrounding 

tissues after preoperative intracavity therapy with 

high-energy 252Cf radiation sources and 60Co] Shabanov 

MA, el al. Arkh Patol 1986;48{l):48-53 (Eng. Abstr.) 

(Rus) 
[Morphometric cellular characteristics of the inflammatory 

infiltrate in nonirradiated and irradiated rectal cancer] 

Zagrebin VM. Mcd Uadiol (Mosk) 1986 Mar;31(3):41-4 

(Eng. Abstr.) (Rus) 

[Metachronous unilateral lung cancer] Tsukerman Ita, et al. 

Vopr Onkol 1986;32(2):83-5 (Rus) 

[Association of angiomyolipoma and renal adenocarcinoma: 

histologic, arteriographic and microangiographic 

correlation] Aragona F, et al. Actas Urol Esp 1985 

Nov-Dec;9(6):523-6 (Eng. Abstr.) (Spa) 

RADIOGRAPHY 

Computed tomographic air enema technique to demonstrate 
colonic neoplasms, Solomon A, et al. 
Gastrointest Radiol 1986; 11 (2): 194-6 



JUL 1986 



RADIONUCLIDE IMAGING 

Radioisotopic evaluation of adenocarcinoma and solitary cyst 
of the kidney. Poulios CS, et al. Acta Urol Belg 1986; 
54(1):5-18 

RADIOTHERAPY 

Non-small cell lung cancer. Role of radiation therapy. Cox 

JD. Chest 1986 Apr;89(4 Suppl):284S-288S (28 ref.) 
Preliminary observations on the results of combined 

temporary 192iridium implantation and external beam 

irradiation for carcinoma of the prostate. Bosch PC, et al. 

J Urol 1986 Apr;135(4):722-5 
The effects of external beam radiotherapy on endocrine 

function in patients with carcinoma of the prostate. Grigsby 

PW, et al. J Urol 1986 Apr;135(4):726-7 
[Results of preoperative irradiation in the treatment of rectal 

adenocarcinoma] Gainant A, et al. 

Gastroentcrol Clin Biol 1986 Jan;10(l):17-22 (Eng. Abstr.) 

(Fre) 
[Radiomodifiers in the radiation and combined therapy of 

patients with cancer of the rectum] Goldobenko GV, et 

al. Sov Med 1986;(l):19-26 (Eng. Abstr.) (Rtis) 

SECONDARY 

Metastatic carcinoma to the temporal bone. Feinmesser R, 

et al. Am J Otol 1986 Mar; 7(2): 11 9-20 
Diagnostic value of high molecular weight alkaline 

phosphatase in detection of hepatic metastasis in patients 

with lung cancer. Nishio H, et al. Cancer 1986 May 1; 

57(9): 18 15-9 
Small-bowel varices due to mesenteric metastasis. Radin DR, 

et al. Gastromtest Radio! 1986;ll(2):l83-4 
Metastatic adenocarcinoma of the prostate as a cause of 

subdural hematoma. Bucci MN, et al. J Urol 1986 Apr; 

135(4):803-4 
Single brain metastases: surgery plus radiation or radiation 

alone. Patchell RA, et al. Neurology 1986 Apr;36(4):447-53 
[Hemiballism caused by metastasis to Luys' body] 

Dereux-Mortier SA, et al. Rev Neurol (Paris) 1985; 

141(12):819-21 (Eng. Abstr.) (Fre) 

[A rare cerebrospinal fluid finding in carcinomatous 

meningiosis] Tessmunn R. Ncrvcnarzt 1986 Mar;57(3): 187-8 

(Cer) 
[Chronic subdural hematoma secondary to metastasis of 

adenocarcinoma of the dura mater and skull a case report] 

Sugawnra A, et i>l. Can No Rlnsho 1986 Feb;32(2):190-5 

(Eng. Abstr.) (Jpn) 

[Secondary penile tumors: report of two cases] Honda M, 

et al. Hinyokika Kiyo 1985 Dcc;31(12):2273-9 (Eng. Abstr.) 

(Jpn) 
[Clinical studies on pulmonary metastases from differentiated 

thyroid carcinoma characteristics of patients with 

pulmonary metastases which appear before thyroid 

operation or afterward] Ozaki O, et al. 

Nippon Gcka Gaklcoi Zasshi 1986 Jan;87(l):79-83 (Eng. 

Abstr.) (Jpn) 

[Skin metastasis of an adenocarcinoma of the large intestine] 

Korotkil NG, et al. Vestn Dermatol Vcncrol 1986;(1):48-50 

(Eng. Abstr.) (Rus) 

SECRETION 

Structures of O-linked oligosaccharides present in the 

proteoglycans secreted by human mammary epithelial cells. 

Gowda DC, et al. J Biol Chem 1986 Apr 15;261(ll):4935-9 
Regression of metastatic renal cell carcinoma: a case report 

and literature review. Kavoussi LR, et al. J Urol 1986 May; 

135(5): 1005-7 

SURGERY 

En bloc pelvic lymphadenectomy and sphincter preservation 

in the surgical management of rectal cancer. Enker WE, 

ct al. Ann Surg 1986 Apr;203(4):426-33 
Esophagogastrectomy. Successful palliation for esophageal 

carcinoma. Oz MC, et al. Chest 1986 Apr;89(4):527-9 
Surgical treatment of low-lying carcinoma of the rectum. 

Snyder SK. Clin Geriatr Mcd 1985 May;l(2):485-92 
Sebaceous carcinoma of the eyelid treated with Mohs' 

surgery. Ratz JL, et al. J Am Acad Dermatol 1986 Apr; 

14(4):668-73 
Reconstruction of the gastrointestinal tract after total 

gastrectomy by interposition of iso- and anti-peristaltic 

jejunal loops. Bilik R, et al. Panmlnerva Med 1985 

Ocl-Dec;27(4):209-12 
[Results and prevention of complications in bronchoplastic 

surgery in lung cancer] Fujimura S, et al. 

Nippon Geka Gakkai Zasshi 1986 Jan;87(l):84-8 (Eng. 

Abstr.) (Jpn) 

[Determination of the volume of surgical intervention in 

cancer of the corpus uteri] Smakhtina OL, et al. 

Vopr Onkol 1986;32(3):86-8 (Eng. Abstr.) (Rus) 

THERAPY 

Hysterectomy and adjuvant irradiation for pathologic stage 

HI adenocarcinoma of the endometrium. Stokes S, et al. 

Int J Radiat Oncol Biol Phys 1986 Mar;12(3):335-8 
Treatment of stage I adenocarcinoma of the endometrium 

by hysterectomy and adjuvant irradiation: a retrospective 

analysis of 304 patients. Stokes S, et al. 

Int J Radiat Oncol Biol Phys 1986 Mar;12(3);339-44 
Augmentation by bacterial lipopolysaccharide of antitumor 



INDEX MEDICUS 

potency of murine recombinant interferon-gamma against 

Lewis lung adenocarcinoma. Nagao S, et al. 

Jpn J Cancer Res 1986 Feb;77(2):212-8 
Advanced and locally unresectable gastric carcinoma: five 

years of survival with good quality of life. Case report. 

Lauria D, et al. Mater Med Pol 1985 Jul-Sep;17(3):192-4 
[Evaluation of postoperative immunochemotherapy in lung 

cancer] Ikeda T, et al. Gan To Kagaku Ryoho 1986 Apr; 

13(4 Pt I): 1044-9 (Eng. Abstr.) (Jpn) 

ULTRASTRUCTURE 

Testicular nodule incidentally found in elderly male. 
Jablokow VR, et al. Ultrastruct Pathol 1986;10(1):87-91 

ADENOCARCINOMA, PAPILLARY 

PATHOLOGY 

Papillary adenocarcinoma of the prostatic urethra. Witters 
S, et al. Eur Urol 1986;12(2):143-4 

Papillary serous adenocarcinoma of the endometrium. Jeffrey 
JF, et al. Obstet Gynecol 1986 May;67(5):670-4 

[Papillary adenocarcinoma of the vocal cord first case in 
the literature] Mertens J, et al. HNO 1986 Feb;34(2):81-4 
(Eng. Abstr.) (Ger) 

[Primary papillary adenocarcinoma of the prostate: a case 
report] Gohji K, et al. Hinyokika Kiyo 1986 Jan;32(l):l 13-8 
(Eng. Abstr.) (Jpn) 

ADENOCARCINOMA, RENAL CELL see CARCINOMA, 
RENAL CELL 

ADENOFIBROMA 

PATHOLOGY 

Fibroadenonm of the female breast with multinucleated giant 
cells. Nielsen BB, et al. Pathol Res Pract 1985 Dec, 
180(6):721-6 

RADIOGRAPHY 

[Pneumomammocystography] Boron 2, et al. 
Pol Przegl Radiol (Warszawa) 1985 Mar-Apr;49(2):l 17-20 
(Eng. Abstr.) (Pol) 

ADENOHYPOPHYSIS see PITUITARY GLAND, 
ANTERIOR 

ADENOIDECTOMY 

Mandibular growth direction following adenoidectomy. 

Linder-Aronson S, et al. Am J Orthod 1986 Apr; 

89(4):273-84 
Indications for adenotonsillectomy. Gates GA, et al. 

Arch Otolaryngol Head Neck Surg 1986 May;112(5):501-2 
Markedly delayed postoperative malignant hyperthermia. 

Souliere CR Jr, et al. 

Arch Otolaryngol Head Neck Surg 1986 May;112(5):564-6 
The effect of adenoidectomy on secretory otitis media: a 

2-ycar controlled prospective study. Widernar L, et al. 

Clin Otolnryngol 1985 Dec;10(6):345-50 

ADENOIDS 

PATHOLOGY 

Pathological and biochemical study in the adenoid of 
mucopolysaccharidosis II. Fujitani T, et al. 
Int J Pediatr Otorhinolaryngol 1985 Dec;10(3):205-12 

ADENOLYMPHOMA 

PATHOLOGY 

Warthin's tumour with bilateral synchronous presentation. 

Survey of the literature and a new case. TveterSs K, et 

al. J Laryngol Otol 1986 Apr;100(4):487-92 
Extraparotid Warthin's tumor. Snyderman C, et al. 

Otolaryngol Head Neck Surg 1986 Feb;94(2): 169-75 
[Adenolymphoma (Warthin's tumor) of the parotid gland] 

Davids JJ, et al. Ned Tljdschr Genceskd 1986 Mar 15; 

130(1 1):487-90 (Eng. Abstr.) (Out) 

ADENOMA 

CHEMICALLY INDUCED 

Liver tumours associated with contraceptive hormonal 

treatment. Van Damme B, et al. 

Acta Gastroenrerol Belg 1985 Jul-Aug;48(4):404-9 
Oncogenic response of strain A/J mice to inhaled chemicals. 

Adkins B Jr, et al. J Toxicol Environ Health 1986; 

17(2-3):3 11-22 

COMPLICATIONS 

Oncocytoma in a horseshoe kidney. Klimberg I, et al. 

J Urol 1986 May;135(5):1002-4 
[Acute parasellar compression syndrome disclosing 

hypophyseal adenoma. 3 cases] Aumaitre O, et al. 

Ann Med Interne (Paris) 1985;136(8):634-9 (Eng. Abstr.) 

(Fre) 
[Multiple myeloma associated with primary 



ADENOMA 



hyperparathyroidism caused by an adenoma (letter)] Sarfati 
E, et al. Ann Mcd Interne (Paris) 1985;136(8):684 (Fre) 

[Diagnostic and therapeutic problems in a severe case of 
hyperparathyroidism with renal insufficiency] Chaussade 
V, et al. Ncphrologie 1986;7(l):6-8 (Eng. Abstr.) (Fre) 

[Three cases of primary aldosteronism including one case 
with postoperative ventricular tachycardia] Ejiri S, et al. 
Hinyokika Kiyo 1986 Jan;32(l):67-76 (Eng. Abstr.) 

(Jpn) 

DIAGNOSIS 

Liver adenomatosis [letter] Okuda K. Gastroenterology 1986 

May;90(5 Pt l):1312-3 
Preoperative localisation of parathyroid adenomas. 

McKillopp JH, et al. Scott Med J 1986 Jan;31(l):10-4 
[Imrasellar carotid aneurysm simulating prolactin adenoma] 

Arlot S, et al. Rev Med Interne 1985 Dec;6(5):505-9 (Eng. 

Abstr.) (Fre) 

[Diagnostic and therapeutic problems in renal oncocytomas] 

Porst H, et al. Urologe [A] 1986 Jan;25(l):38-42 (Eng. 

Abstr.) (Ger) 

[Parathyroid adenoma revealed by subcapsular hemorrhage] 

Ghisotti E, el al. Minerva Chir 1986 Feb 28;41(3-4).-165-7 

(Eng. Abstr.) (Ita) 

[Benign tumors of the gallbladder and extrahepatic bile ducts 

(a review of the literature)] Malinovsktt NN, et al. 

Khirurgfln (Mosk) 1986 Feb;(2):132-7 (61 ref.) (Rus) 

DRUG THERAPY 

[Cytocidal effect of bromocriptine on human pituitary 
adenoma cells. Light and electron microscopical studies 
in vitro] Kabuto M, et al. Neurol Mcd Chir (Tokyo) 1985 
Nov;25(ll):886-93 (Eng. Abstr.) (Jpn) 

ETIOLOGY 

[Nephrogenic adenoma of the bladder] Amory JP, et al 
Acta Urol Belg 1986;54(l).-73-83 (Eng. Abstr.) (Fre) 

IMMUNOLOGY 

Autoimmunity and the pathogenesis of localized thyroid 
autonomy (I'lummer's disease). Wiener JD, et al. 
Clin Endocrinol (Oxf) 1985 Dec;23(6):635-42 

PATHOLOGY 

Adrenocortical adenoma with Gushing 's syndrome in culture. 

Matsuo K, et al. Acta Pathol Jpn 1986 Jan;36(l):85-92 
Colorectal carcinomas in adenomas [letter] Frommer D. 

Gastroentcrology 1986 May;90(5 Pt l):1311-2 
Prevalence and morphological features of adenomas of the 

large intestine in individuals with and without colorectal 

carcinoma. Bide TJ. Histopatliology 1986 Feb;10(2):lll-H 
Adenolipomn of the thyroid gland. Hjorth L, ct al. 

Histopatliology 1986 Jan;lO(l):91-6 
Three primary tumors and no metastasis. Thomalla JV. 

Hosp Pract [Off] 1986 Apr 15;2I(4):138F, I38H 
Adenomatoid tumor of uterus: presentation in endometriul 

curettings. Carlier MT, et al. Int J Gynecol Pathol 1986; 

5(l):69-74 
Epithelial-myoepithelial carcinoma of the parotid gland. 

Stiernbcrg CM, et al. Otolaryngol Hciici Neck Surg 1986 

Feb;94(2):240-2 
[Colorecfal adenoma] Hsu CT, el al. 

Taiwan I Hsueh Hul Tsa Chih 1985 Nov;84(ll):1289-93 

(Eng. Abstr.) (Chi) 

[Nephrogenic adenoma of the bladder] Malossini G, et al. 

J Urol (Paris) 1985;91(8):541-4 (Fre) 

PHYSIOPATHOLOGY 

Decreased sensitivity to insulin in women with 
microprolactinomas. Serri O, et al. Fcrtll Stcrll 1986 Apr; 
45(4):572-4 

RADIOGRAPHY 

[Radiological image of the sella turcica in pituitary adenomas 
of the prolactinoma type] Benendo-Kapus'ciriska B, et al. 
Pol Przegl Radiol (Warszawa) 1985 Mar-Apr;49(2):106-l 1 
(Eng. Abstr.) (Pol) 

SECRETION 

Gonadotropin secretion in vitro by human pituitary null cell 
adenomas and oncocytomas. Asa SL, et al. 
J Clin Endocrinol Metab 1986 May;62(5):l011-9 

Acute parathyroid hormone secretory dynamics: hormone 
secretion from normal primate and adenomatous human 
tissue in response to changes in extracellular calcium 
concentration. Orwoll E, et al. 
J Clfn Endocrinol Metab 1986 May;62(5):950-5 

Luteinizing hormone (LH) and prolactin-releasing pituitary 
tumor: possible malignant transformation of the LH cell 
line. Spertini F, et al. J Clin Endocrinol Metab 1986 May; 
62(5):849-54 

SURGERY 

Surgical treatment of low-lying carcinoma of the rectum. 

Snyder SK. Clin Geriatr Med 1985 May;l(2):485-92 
Growth hormone producing pituitary adenoma and 

meningioma. Irsy G, et al. Zentralb! Neurochir 1985; 

46(4):337-43 



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ADENOMA 

[A so-called atypical adenoma of the thyroid in an endemic 
struma area] Zimmermann G, et al. Chirurg 1986 Jan; 
57(1):27-30 (Eng. Abstr.) (Ger) 

ULTRASTRUCTURE 

Silent pituitary adenomas. An ultrastructural study. Hoick 

S, et al. Acta Pathol Microbiol Immunol Scand [A] 1986 

Jan;94(l);13-20 
High incidence of nonfunctioning oncocytomas in pituitary 

adenomas (ultrastructural study). Aguilar-Parada E, et al. 

Arch Invest Med (Mex) 1985 Jul-Sep;16(3):247-54 

(Eng, Spa) 
Middle ear adenoma: a case report with ultrastructural 

findings. Bailey QR, et al. J Laryngol Otol 1986 Apr; 

100(4):467-70 
Canalicular adenoma of the buccal mucosa. An 

ultrastructural and histochemical study. Guccion JG, et 

al. Oral Surg Oral Med Oral Patbol 1986 Feb;61(2):173-8 
In-vitro effects of bromocriptlne on isolated pituitary 

adenoma ceils. Ultrastructural and morphometrical studies. 

Saeger W, et al. Pathol Res Pract 1985 Dec; 1 80(6):697-704 
UHrastructure of sinusoidal cells in a benign liver cell 

adenoma. Bioulac-Sage P, et al. Ultrasrruct Pathol 1986; 

10(l):49-54 

VETERINARY 

Equine intravenous glucose tolerance test: glucose and insulin 
responses of healthy horses fed grain or hay and of horses 
with pituitary adenoma. Garcia MC, et al. 
Am J Vet Res 1986 Mar;47(3):570-2 

An ovine mammary adenoma. Ali OA. Vet Pathol 1986 Mar; 
23(2):217-8 

ADENOMA, EOSINOPHILIC 

sec related 
ACROMEGALY 
GIGANTISM 

ADENOMATOSIS, FAMILIAL ENDOCRINE see 
NEOPLASMS, MULTIPLE ENDOCRINE 

ADENOMATOSIS, PULMONARY, OVINE see 
PULMONARY ADENOMATOSIS, OVINE 

ADENOMYOSIS see ENDOMETRIOSIS 

ADENOSINE 

ANALOGS & DERIVATIVES 

Cerebral oxygen tension in rats during deliberate hypotension 
with sodium nitroprusside, 2-chloroadenosine, or deep 
isoflurane anesthesia. Seyde WC, et al. Anesthesiology 1986 
Apr;64(4):480-5 

3-Deazaneplanocin: a new and potent inhibitor of 
S-adenosylhomocysteine hydrolase and its effects on 
human promyelocytic leukemia cell line HL-60. Glazer 
Rl. ct al. Biochem Biophys Res Commun 1986 Mar 13; 
135(2):688-94 

Adenine nucleoside dialdehydes: potent inhibitors of bovine 
liver S-adenosylhomocysteine hydrolase. Patel-Thombre 
U, et al. Biochemistry 1985 Feb 26;24(5): 1130-6 

Hydrogen-bonding preferences in 2,6-diaminopurine: uracil 
(thymine) and 8-methyl adenine:uracil (thymine) 
complexes. Rao SN, et al Biopolymcrs 1986 Feb' 
25(2):267-80 

Accumulations of inositol phosphates and cyclic AMP in 
brain slices: synergistic interactions of histamine and 
2-chloroadenosine. Hollingsworth EB, et al. 
Eur J Pharmacol 1986 Mar 11;]22(1):45-50 

Identification of tyrosine and lysine peptides labeled by 
5-p-fluorosulfonylbenzoyl adenosine in the active site of 
pyruvate kinnse. DeCamp DL, et al. J Biol Chem 1986 
Apr 5;261(10)-.4499-503 

Properties of binding sites for [3H]cyclohexyladenosine in 
the hippocampus and other regions of rat brain: a 
quantitative autoradiographic study. Erfurth A, et al. 
Neurosci Lett 1986 Feb 14;64(1):1 16-20 

The active site structure of Na+/K + -transporting ATPase: 
location of the 5'-(p-fluorosuIfonyl)benzoyladenosine 
binding site and soluble peptides released by trypsin. Ohta 
T, et al. Proc Natl Acad Sci USA 1986 Apr;83(7):2071-5 

METABOLISM 

Al and A2 adenosine receptors regulate adenylate cyclase 
in cultured human lung fibroblasts. Proll MA, et al. 
Mol Cell Endocrine! 1986 Mar;44(3):211-7 

PHARMACODYNAMICS 

Skeletal muscle oxygen pressure fields during controlled 
hypotension with adenosine and sodium nitroprusside. A 
comparative study in the rabbit. Torssell L, et al. 
Acta Anaesthesiol Scand 1986 Jan;30(l):93-6 

Effects of hypotension induced by adenosine on brain surface 
oxygen pressure and cortical cerebral blood flow in the 
pig. Eintrei C, et al. Acta Physiol Scand 1986 Mar; 
126(3):463-9 

The effects of adenosine, ATP and ADP on ventricular 
automaticity induced by a local injury in the isolated right 
ventricle of the rat. Laorden ML, et al. 

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INDEX MEDICUS 

Arch Int Pharmacodyn Ther 1986 Feb;279(2):258-67 
The effect of adenosine and its analogues on cyclic AMP 

changes and histamine secretion from rat peritoneal mast 

cells stimulated by various ligands. Leoutsakos A, et al. 

Biochem Pharmacol 1986 Apr 15;35(8): 1373-9 
Studies on the receptor mediating cyclic AMP-independent 

enhancement by adenosine of IgE-dependent mediator 

release from rat mast cells. Church MK, et al. 

Br J Pharmacol 1986 Jan;87(l):233-42 
Effect of length changes on sensitivity of helical artery strips 

to adenosine. Foley DH. Can J Physiol Pharmacol 1986 

Jan;64(l):55-61 
Evidence that the intracellular effects of adenosine in the 

guinea-pig aorta are mediated by inosine. Collis MG, et 

al. Eur J Pharmacol 1986 Feb ll;121(l):141-5 
Effect of adenosine, adenosine derivatives, and caffeine on 

acetylcholine release from brain synaptosomes: interaction 

with muscarinic autoregulatory mechanisms. Pedata F, et 

al. J Neurochem 1986 May;46(SV. 1593-8 
Adenosine agonists reduce voltage-dependent calcium 

conductance of mouse sensory neurones in cell culture. 

MacDonald RL, et al. J Physiol (Lond) 1986 Jan;370:75-90 
Presynaptic inhibitory action of adenosine on neuromuscular 

transmission in the canine cavernous carotid artery. 

Fujiwara S, et al. Stroke 1986 Mar-Apr;17(2):312-7 

PHYSIOLOGY 

Role of adenosine in coronary autoregulation. Hanley FL, 

et al. Am J Physiol 1986 Apr;250(4 Pt 2):H558-66 
Adenosine deaminase attenuates canine coronary vasodilation 

during systemic hypoxia. Merrill OF, et al. 

Am J Physiol 1986 Apr;250(4 Pt 2):H579-83 
Interactions between ndenosinc and oscillatory cAMP 

signaling regulate size and pattern in Dictyostelium. Schaap 

P, et al. Cell 1986 Apr ll;45(l):I37-44 
Calcium entry blocking activity of dilazep and other 

adenosine potentiating compounds in guinea-pig atria. 

Nakagawa Y, et al. Eur J Pharmucot 1986 Mar 11; 

122(i):51-8 
Effects of enprofylline and theophylline may show the role 

of adenosine. Persson CG, el al. Life Sci 1986 Mar 24; 

38(12):1057-72 (136 ref.) 

SECRETION 

Adenosine release from isolated rat adipocytes: influence of 
fat cell concentration and cell size. Capogrossi MC, et al. 
Proc Soc Exp Biol Med 1986 May;l82(l):15-22 

THERAPEUTIC USE 

Intravenous adenosine in the treatment of supraventricular 
tachycardia: a dose-rnnging study and interaction with 
dipyridamole. Watt AH. et al. Br J Clin Phnrmaco! 1986 
Feb;21(2):227-30 

ADENOSINE CYCLIC 
MONOPHOSPHATE 

ANALYSIS 

Reticulocytosis and bone marrow cAMP level in rats 
following physical exercises. Szygula Z, et al. 
Adv Exp Med Biol 1985;191:571-8 

The effect of adenosine and its analogues on cyclic AMP 
changes and hislamine secretion from rat peritoneal mast 
cells stimulated by various ligands. Leoutsakos A, et al. 
Biochem Pharmacol 1986 Apr 15;35(8): 1373-9 

The effect of presynnptic receptor stimulation on adenosine 
3 ',5 '-cyclic monophosphate concentrations in rat cortical 
synaptosomes. Fillenz M, et al. Neurosci Lett 1986 Feb 
28;64(2): 135-8 

BIOSYNTHESIS 

The adenosine 3 ':5 -cyclic monophosphate response to 
prostaglandin E2 is altered in U937 cells in association with 
maturational events induced by activated T lymphocytes 
and 1,25-dihydroxyvitamin D3. Goldring SR, et al. 
J Immunol 1986 May l;136(9):3461-6 

Reactive-oxygen formation and its relationship to 
prostaglandin and cyclic AMP production by 
zymostm-tteated rat peritoneal macrophages. Lira LK, et 
al. Mol Immunol 1985 Dec;22(12):1365-70 

BLOOD 

Plasma cyclic AMP response to calcitonin: a potential clinical 

marker of bone turnover. Minkoff JR, et al. Bone 1985- 

6(5):285-90 
Effecl of metoprolol and propranolol on platelet aggregation 

and cAMP level in hypertensive patients. Winther K, et 

al. Eur J Clin Pharmacol 1986;29(5):561-4 

METABOLISM 

Facilitation of acetylcholine-evoked catecholamine release 

by cyclic AMP on isolated perfused dog adrenal glands. 

Tsujimoto A, et al. Arch Int Pharmacodyn Ther 1986 Feb- 

279(2):304-I3 
In vitro transformation of androgen receptor from murine 

skeletal muscle by cAMP. Ofenloch-Hahnle B, et al. 

Biochem Biophys Res Commun 1986 Mar 28;135(3):1069-75 
Effects of several newer cardiotonic drugs on cardiac cyclic 



JUL 1986 

AMP metabolism. Ahn HS, et al. Riochem Pnarmiail ion* 

Apr i;35(7): 11 13-21 
Synergistic interactions of somatomedin-C with adenosint 

3 ',5 -cyclic monophosphiite-dependent granulosa cell 

agonists. Adashi EY, ct al. Biol Reprod 1986 Feb;34(l) : 8].g 
Metabolic and contractile changes in ischaemie ral hearts 

after isoproterenol administration: effect of reperfuska. 

Bartel S, et al. Biomed Biochim Acta 1986;45(l-2}:S2!5-$ 
Oscillation of cyclic AMP with the heart cycle of (he caniut 

myocardium in situ. Krause EG, et al. 

Biomed Blochim Acta 1986;45(1-2):S205-10 
Association of changes in intracellular cyclic AMP wilfe 

changes in phagocytosis in cultured rat pigment epithelium 

Edwards RB, et al. Curr Eye Res 1986 Jan;5<l):19-26 
Accumulations of inositol phosphates and cyclic AMP ia 

brain slices: synergistic interactions of histamine and 

2-chloroadenosine. Hollingsworth EB, et al. 

Eiir J Pharmacol 1986 Mar 11;122(1):45-50 
SomatostaUn and alpha 2-adrenergic agonists selectively 

inhibit vasopressin-induced cyclic AMP accumulation in 

MDCK. cells. Friedlander O, et al. FEBS Lett 1986 Mar 

17;198(l):38-42 
Scorpion venom (Leiurus quinquestriatus) elicits 

accumulations of inositol phosphates and cyclic AMP ia 

guinea pig cortical synaploneurosornes. Gusovsky F et L 

FEBS Lett 1986 Apr 7;199(1):107-12 
Control of phosphorylase kinase in the isolated glycogea 

particle by Ca2 + -Mg2+ synergistic activation and 

cAMP-dependent phosphorylation. Hallenbeck PC, el il. 

J Biol Chem 1986 Apr 25;26t(12):5442-9 
Cyclic AMP and the stimulation of trelialase activity in the 

yeast Saccharomyces cerevisiue by carbon sources, 

nitrogen sources and inhibitors of protein synthesis. 

Thevelein JM, et al. J Gen Microbiol 1985 Dcc:13l ( h 

12):3 199-209 
Adenosine and muscarinic cholinergic receptors Mttnaut 

cyclic AMP accumulation by different mechanism'! n 

1321N1 aatrocyloma cells. Hughes AR, et al. 

J Pharmacol Exp Ther 1986 Apr;237(l):173-8 
Vascular vasopressin receptors mediate inhibition of bm 

adrenergic receptor-induced cyclic AMP flccumulatkm. 

Nambi P, et al J Pharmacol Exp Thcr IQgn Apr 

237(0:143-6 
Cellular mechanism of hormone action in the kkltK). 

messenger function of cnlcium and cyclic AMP. Rasmunsra 

H, et al. Kidney Int 1'Wfi Jaii:2'J(l):90-7 (60 ref.) 
The occurrence of cyclic AMP in uging cultures nf the 

fungus Aspergillus ornatu.s. Linger DF, et nl. 

Mcch Ageing Dev 1986 Jan;33(2):157-65 
Inhibition of prolaclin release and blockade <| 

adenohypophyseal cell cyclic AMI' acciimulatidi) are (wo 

dissociable effects of dopumincrgic and nori-dopamiiwrgi; 

drugs. Lafond J, el al. Mol Cell Endncrinol 1'iKft Ms; 

44(3):2 19-25 
Ethanol regulation of adenosine rt-'ceplor-stimulatcd cAMP 

levels in a clonal iK-urnl cell line: an in vitro inuctc! cf 

cellular tolerance to elhmiol. Gordon AS, et u). 

Proc Nntl Aead Sci USA I98f> Apr:83(7):2H)5-H 
[Studies on the cndocrinological inetubolism ivf lit 

parathyroid I. The production of renal calcinosis by c>*W 

AMP injection in ral] ICohn 1C, et al. Hinyoklltn KIjo IVS 

Dec;31(12):214l-8 (Eng. AbMr.) fjpl 

[Changes in cAMl 1 reception in the cytosol of the di'velnf." j 

rat kidney] Zclenina MN, et al. Biokhimlla l<6 J*r. 

5Kl):77-9 (Eng. AbMr.) (Hsi) 

PHARMACODYNAMICS 

Evidence for the existence of an early common biiK'hcmki! 

pathway in the differentiation of F9 cells into visceiisl it 

parietal endoderm: modulation by cyclic AMP. Grover A. 

et al. Dcv Bio! 1986 Apr,l 14(2):492-503 
A possible involvement of cyclic AMP in the cxprcvuc*n cf 

desensitization of the nicotinic acetylclioline receptor A 

study with forskolin and its analogs. Albuquerque t : .X. o 

al. FEBS Lett 1986 Apr 7;199(l)il 13-20 
Cyclic AMP-dependent protein kinase promotes 

glucocorticoid receptor function. Gruol DJ, el al 

J Biol Chem 1986 Apr 15;261(ll):4909-14 
DNA-mediated transfer of cAMP resistance in CHO c*Ki 

Abraham I, et al. J Cell Physiol 1986 Apr; 127(1) 89-<W 
Direct demonstration of the activation of 

UDP-N-acetylgalactosamine: 

[GM3]N-acetylgalnctosaminyltransferase by cyclic AMP. 

Scheideler MA, ct al. J Nciirochcm 1986 May;46(5): 1639-43 

PHYSIOLOGY 

Dual activation of the inositol-triphosphate-calciurn tot 

cyclic nucleotide intracellular signaling systems ter 

adrenocorticotropin in rat adrenal cells. Fnrese RV, a . 

Biochem Blophys Res Commun 1986 Mar 28;!35(3):W-S 
Studies on the receptor mediating cyclic AMP-indepentteS 

enhancement by adenosine of IgE-dependent mediaiicf 

release from rat mast cells. Church MK, et al. 

Br J Pharmacol 1986 Jan;87(l):233-42 
Interactions between adenosine and oscillatory cAMP 

signaling regulate size and pattern in Dictyosteltum. Schwp 

P, et al. Cell 1986 Apr ll;45(l):137-44 
Insulin decreases H4IIE cell PEPCK. raRNA by a meehlUWffl! 

that does not involve cAMP. Beale EG, et al. Diabetes 

1986 May;35(5):546-9 
The upstream operator of the Escherichia coli 



JUL 1986 

operon is sufficient for repression of transcription initiated 

at the cyclic AMP-stimulated promoter. Kuhnke G, et al. 

EMBO J 1986 Jan;5(!):!67-73 
Processing of human choriogonadotropin and its receptors 

by cultured pig Leydig cells. Role of cyclic AMP and 

protein synthesis. Bernier M, et al. Eur J Biochem 1986 

Mar 3;155(2):323-30 
Roles for Ca+ + and cyclic AMP in mediating the 

cardiotonic actions of isomazole (LY175326). Hayes JS, 

et al. J Pharmacol Exp Ther 1986 Apr;237(l): 18-24 
Functional compartmentalization of 

arginine-vasopressin-activated cyclic AMP in anterior 

pituitary gland: the presence of a compartment activated 

by prostaglandin E2. Okajima T, et al. Life Sci 1986 Mar 

24;38(12):1143-9 
Control of growth in cultured rat thyroid cells. Dere WH, 

et al. Mol Cell Endocrinol 1986 Mar;44(3): 195-9 
The mechanism of the effect of K+ on the steroidogenesis 

of rat zona glomerulosa cells of the adrenal cortex: role 

of cyclic AMP. Hyatt PJ, et al. 

Proc Ft Soc Lond [Biol] 1986 Feb 22;227(1246):21-42 
[Regulation of cAMP cascade by yeast RAS genes] Uno I. 

Can To Kagakii Ryoho 1986 Mnr;13(3 Pt 2):849-53 (Eng. 

Abstr.) (Jpn) 

[Cyclic nucleotides] Takagi K, et al. 

Nippon Kyobu Shikkan Gakkai Znsshi 1985 Dec; 

23(12):1406-10 (Eng. Abstr.) (Jpn) 

[Cyclic nucleotides] Kaneko T, et al. Nippon Rlnsho 1986 

Jan;44(l):147-55 (74 ref.) (Jpn) 

[The role of electro-mechanical and reaction-diffusion 

systems in the intra-neuron processing of information: 

effect of in-flow of calcium and intracellular calcium on 

cAMP activity] Liberman EA, et al. Btoflzika 1986 

Jan-Feb;31(l):87-93 (Eng. Abstr.) (Rus) 

URINE 

[Increasing the detection of primary hyperparathyroidism. 
Critical analysis of the usefulness of the laboratory (letter)] 
Mahama D, et al. Rev Med Chil 1985 Jul;113(7):696-8 

(Spa) 

ADENOSINE CYCLIC 2',3'-MONOPHOSPHATE see 
ADENOSINE CYCLIC MONOPHOSPHATE 

ADENOSINE CYCLIC 3',5'-MONOPHOSPHATE see 
ADENOSINE CYCLIC MONOPHOSPHATE 

ADENOSINE DEAMINASE see under NUCLEOSIDE 
DEAMINASES 

ADENOSINE DIPHOSPHATE 

ANALYSIS 

Occurrence of adenosine 2 ',5 '-bisphospliate in rat liver. 
Builnigo F, ut ul. Uiochlm Biophys Acta 1986 Apr 11; 
8S1(2):276-80 

METABOLISM 

Requirement of ADP for arachidonic acid-induced platelet 
aggregation: studies with selective thromboxatie-syntliase 
inhibitors. Cerlelti C, et ul. Biochem Pharmacol 1986 Apr 
l;35(7):1201-3 

Effect of nuclcotidc on the binding of 
N,N '-p-phetiylenedimaleiinide-modined S-l to 
unregulated and regulated aclin. Greene LE, et al. 
Biochemistry 1986 Feb ll;25(3):704-9 

PHARMACODYNAMICS 

The effects of adenosine, ATP and ADP on ventricular 
automaticity induced by a local injury in the isolated right 
ventricle of the rat. Laorden ML, et al. 
Arch Int Pliarmacodyn Ther 1986 Feb;279(2):258-67 

PHYSIOLOGY 

The roles of prostaglandin endoperoxides, thromboxane A2 
and adenosine diphosphate in collagen-induced 
aggregation in man and the rat. Emms H, et al. 
Br J Pharmacol 1986 Jan; 87(1): 109- 15 

ADENOSINE DIPHOSPKATE GLUCOSE see under 
NUCLEOSIDE DIPHOSPHATE SUGARS 

ADENOSINE DIPHOSPHATE RIBOSE see under 
NUCLEOSIDE DIPHOSPHATE SUGARS 

ADENOSINE DIPHOSPHATE SUGARS see under 
NUCLEOSIDE DIPHOSPHATE SUGARS 

ADENOSINE KINASE see under 
PHOSPHOTRANSFERASES, ATP 

ADENOSINE MONOPHOSPHATE 

ANALOGS & DERIVATIVES 

Modulation of the binding characteristics of a fluorescent 
nucleotide derivative to the sarcoplasmic reticulum 
adenosinetriphosphatase. Bishop JE, et al. Biochemistry 
1986 Feb 1 f;2S(3):696-703 



INDEX MEDICUS 

BLOOD 

Mechanisms of adenosine 5 '-monophosphate catabolism in 
human erythrocytes. Paglia DE, et al. Blood 1986 Apr; 
67(4):988-92 

METABOLISM 

Mechanism and activation for allosteric adenosine 
5 -monophosphate nucleosidase. Kinetic alpha-deuterium 
isotope effects for the enzyme-catalyzed hydrolysis of 
adenosine 5 '-monophosphate and nicotinamide 
mononucleotide. Skoog MT. J Biol Chem 1986 Apr 5; 
261(10):4451-9 

ADENOSINE PHOSPHATES see ADENINE 
NUCLEOTIDES 

ADENOSINE PHOSPHOSIJLFATE see under 
ADENOSINE MONOPHOSPHATE 

ADENOSINE PYROPHOSPHATE see ADENOSINE 
DIPHOSPHATE 

ADENOSINE TRIPHOSPHATASE 

ANALYSIS 

Distribution of ATPase-positive Langerhans cells in normal 

adult human skin. Chen H, et al. Br J Dermatol 1985 Dec; 

113(6):707-11 
Effects of cholesterol on the kinetics of mitochondrial 

ATPase. Calunni Rindina F, et al. FEBS Lett 1986 Mar 

31;198(2):353-6 
Reaction of fluorescein isothiocyanate with thiol and amino 

groups of sarcoplasmic ATPase. Swoboda G, et al. 

Z Natiirforsch [q 1985 Nov-Dec;40(ll-L2):863-75 

ANTAGONISTS & INHIBITORS 

Omeprazole, a specific inhibitor of H + -K.H ATPase, 
inhibits bone resorption in vitro. Tuukkanen J, et al. 
Calclf Tissue Int 1986 Feb;38(2):123-5 

GENETICS 

Uncoaling ATPase is a member of the 70 kilodalton family 
of stress proteins. Chappell TG, et al. Cell 1986 Apr 11; 
45(0:3-13 

ISOLATION & PURIFICATION 

Isolation and characterization of two isozymcs of myosin 
heavy chain from canine atrium. Komuro 1, et al. 
J Biol Chem 1986 Apr 5;261(10):4504-9 

METABOLISM 

Membrane ATPase mechanism of K + -return relaxation in 

arterial muscles of stroke-prone SHK and WKY. 

Hermsmeyer K, el al. Am J Physlol 1986 Apr;250(4 Pt 

l):C557-62 
Rate of ATP synthesis by dynein. Hol/buur EL, et nl. 

Biochemistry 1986 Jim 28;25(2):428-3<l 
Heterogeneity in the actin activation of myosin. Ikeuchi Y, 

et al. Biochemistry 1986 Jan 28;25(2):411-9 
Activation of the dynein adenosinetriphosphatase by 

microtuhules. OmuU) CK, et al. Biochemistry 1986 Jan 28; 

25(2):4 19-27 
Identification of an ATPase activity associated with the high 

molecular weight proteins of the human spermatozoon 

axonemes. Cihert C. Biol Cell 1985;55(l-2):63-9 
Myosin-ATPase-activity and contractile properties after 

physical training. I'unkt J, el al. Biomed Blochim Acta 1986; 

45(1 -2):S1 11-4 
How do the ATPnses in cardiac cell membranes work? 

Ziegelhoffer A, et al. Biomed Biochlm Acta 1986; 

45(l-2):S211-4 
Irreversible changes in oxidative phosphorylation aclivity of 

Ihe mitochondrial membrane from hearts subjected to 

hypoxia and reoxygenation. Nakahara T, et al. 

Can J Cardlol 1986 Jan-Feb;2(l):24-33 
Characterization of the giant myofiber in bovine skeletal 

muscle. Sink JD, et al. Exp Cell Biol 1986j54(l):l-7 
Phosphorylation in skeletal myosin light chain modulates the 

actm myosin interaction in the presence of regulatory 

proteins in vitro. Ikeuchi Y. Int J Biochem 1986; 18(3):25 1-5 
Relationship between the myofibrillar ATPase activity of 

human biopsy material and hemodynamic parameters. 

Takeda N, et al. Jpn Heart J 1985 Nov;26(6):909-22 
Distribution and function of classes of ATPases along the 

nephron. Katz Al. Kidney Int 1986 Jan;29(l):21-31 (98 ref.) 
Nucleotide trapping at the ATPase site of myosin 

subfragment 1 by a new interthiol crosslinking. Chaussepied 

P, et al. Proc Natl Acad Sci USA 1986 Apr;83(7):2037-41 
Human osteogenlc sarcoma: fine structural localization of 

adenosine triphosphatase. Stark A, et al, 

Ultrastruct Pathol 1986;10(2):14i-55 
[Cholinesterase and ATPase activity In the development of 

delayed neurotoxicity due to tri-O-cresyl phosphate] 

Kuzmlnskala UA, et al. Gig Sanit 1986 Feb;(2):80-l 

(Rus) 



ADENOSINE TRIPHOSPHATASE, 

ADENOSINE TRIPHOSPHATASE, 
CALCIUM 

Primary structure of the nucleotide binding domain of the 
Ca.Mg-ATPase from cardiac sarcopiasmic reticulum. 
Briggs FN, et al. Biochem Biophys Res Commun 1986 Mar 
28;135(3):864-9 

BLOOD 

Response of three enzymes to oleic acid, trypsin, and 
calmodulin chemically modified with a reactive 
phenothiazine. Jarrett HW. J Biol Chem 1986 Apr 15; 
261(1 1):4967-72 

METABOLISM 

Interaction of myotoxin a with the Ca2-| ATPase of skeletal 
muscle sarcoplasmic retieulum. Volpe P, et al. 
Arch Biochem Biophys 1986 Apr;246(l):90-7 

Temperature dependence of rotational dynamics of protein 
and lipid in sarcoplasmic reticulum membranes. Bigelow 
DJ, et al. Biochemistry 1986 Jan 14;25(1):194-202 

Modulation of the binding characteristics of a fluorescent 
nucleotide derivative to the sarcoplnsmic reticulum 
adenosinetriphosphatase. Bishop JE, el al. Biochemistry 
1986 Feb 11;25(3):696-703 

Role of phospholipid and protein-protein associations in 
activation and stabilization of soluble Ca2H ATPase of 
sarcoplasmic reticulum. Mclntosh DB, et al. 
Biochemistry 1985 Feb 26;24(5): 1244-51 

Stimulation of Ca2-| pump in rat heart sarcolemma by 
phosphatidylethanolamine N-melhylation. Panagia V, et 
al. Blochim Biophys Acta 1986 Apr 14;856(2):383-7 

ATP-dependejit calcium transport in rat parotid microsomes. 
I. Localization, properties, Ca2H ATPase activity and 
phosphoenzyme formation. Donis D, et al. Biol Cell 1985; 
55(l-2):55-62 

The reaction of N-(l-pyrene)maleimide with siircoplasmic 
reticulum. Papp S, et al. Biophys J 1986 Feb;49(2):411-24 

The role of cholesterol in the activity of reconstituted 
Ca-ATPase vesicles containing unsaturated 
phosphatidylethanolamine. Cheng KH, et al. 
J Biol Clicm 1986 Apr 15;261(ll);5081-7 

Calcium ATPase activities in synaptic plasma membranes of 
seizure-prone mice. Palayoor ST, et al. J Neurochem 1986 
May;46(5):1370-5 

A kinetic analysis of enzyme inactivation as applied to the 
co valent modification of Na+ + K-)- -ATPase and Ca2 + 
-ATPase. Fritzscli GK. J Theor Biol 1985 Dec 7; 
117(3):397-415 

ADENOSINE TRIPHOSPHATASE Fl see 
H( + (-TRANSPORTING ATPASE 

ADENOSINE TRIPHOSPHATASE, 

MAGNESIUM 

Primary structure of ihc nucleotide binding domain of the 
Ca.Mg-ATPase from cardiac sarcoplasmic rcticulum. 
Uriggs FN, et al. niochem niophys Res Commun 1986 Mar 
28;135(3):864-9 

BLOOD 

The effect of changes of the conlenl of membrane cholesterol 
and Ihe effect of benzyl alcohol on the aclivity of the 
intrinsic Mg2-l--A'l'Pase from ihe erythrocyte plasma 
membrane of the flounder (Plalichthys flesus L.). S0rensen 
PG. Comp Biochem Pliysiol [IJ] 1986;83(2):467-73 

[Effecl of sodium fluoride on magnesium-activaied ATPase 
from human erythrocyie membranes] Grabowska M, et a). 
Folia Med Cracov 1985;26(l-2):29-33 (Eng. Abstr.) (Pol) 

ADENOSINE TRIPHOSPHATASE, 
SODIUM, POTASSIUM 

The active sile slructure of Na+/K + -transporting ATPase: 
location of Ihe 5'-(p-fluorosulfonyl)beiizoyladenos!ne 
binding site and soluble peptides released by trypsin. Ohta 
T, et al. Proc Natl Acad Sci USA 1986 Apr;83(7):207!-5 

ANALYSIS 

Insulin stimulates renal glpmerular sodium-potassium 

adenosine triphosphatase activity. Cohen MP, et al. 

Blochim Biophys Acta 1986 Mar 27;856(1): 182-4 
[Enzyme cytochemistry of ventricular choroid plexus. 

Ultrastructural localization of Na+, 

K+ -adenosinetriphosphatase by immunocytochemical 

technique] Masuzawa T, et al. 

Neurol Med Chlr (Tokyo) 1985 Nov;25(ll):881-5 (Eng. 

Abstr.) (Jpn) 

BLOOD 

An unusual pattern of Na+ and K+ movements across the 

horse erythrocyte membrane. Contreras A, et al. 

Blochim Biophys Acta 1986 Apr 14;8J6(2):388-91 
Na-K-adenosine triphosphatase and cation content in the 

erythrocyte in essential hypertension. Rahman M, et al. 

J Lab Clln Med 1986 Apr|107(4):337-41 
Alteration in activities of Na.K, ATPase, sugar transport, 

and insulin receptors In erythrocytes from hyperthyroid 



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ADENOSINE TRIPHOSPHATASE, 

patients. Suzuki K, et al. Metabolism 1986 Apr;35(4):371-7 

[Effect of sodium fluoride on magnesium-activated ATPase 

from human erythrocyte membranes] Grabowska M, et al. 

Folia Med Cracov 1985;26(l-2):29-33 (Eng. Abstr.) (Pol) 

GENETICS 

Molecular cloning and sequence analysis of human 
Na,K-ATPase beta-subunit. Kawakami K, et al. 
Nucleic Acids Res 1986 Apr ll;14(7):2833-44 

ISOLATION & PURIFICATION 

Solubilization and further chromatographic purification of 

highly purified, membrane-bound Na,K-ATPase. 

Ottolenghi P, et al. Biochem Biophys Res Commun 1986 

Mar 2B;135(3):1008-14 
Phospholipid composition of cardiac (Na+ + 

K+)-ATPases from various species. Matsuda T, et al. 

Experientia 1986 Apr 15;42(4):40S-7 

METABOLISM 

NaH KH ATPase in vascular smooth muscle. Allen JC, 

et al. Am J Physiol 1986 Apr;250(4 Pt l):C536-9 
Brain serotonin synthesis and Na+,K+ -ATPase activity are 

increased postnatally after prenatal administration of 

L-tryptophan. Hernandez-Rodriguez J, et al. Brain Res 

1986 Mar;390(2):221-6 
The interrelationship of cortisol, gill (Na + K) ATPase, and 

homeostasis during the Parr-Smolt transformation of 

Atlantic salmon (Salmo salar L.). Langhorne P, et al. 

Gen Comp Endocrinol 1986 Feb;61(2):203-13 
Identification of an essential sulfhydryl group in the ouabain 

binding site of (Na.K)-ATPase. Kirley TL, et al. 

J Biol Chem 1986 Apr 5;261(10):4525-8 
The lateral mobility of the (Na+,K.+)-dependent ATPnse 

in Madin-Darby canine kidney cells. Jesaitis AJ, et al. 

J Cell niol 1986 Apr;102(4):1256-63 
Na+ and K+ transport at basolnteral membranes of 

epithelial cells. 11. K+ efflux and stoichiometry of the 

Na.K-ATPase. Cox TC, et al. J Gen Physiol 1986 Mar; 

87(3):485-502 
Na-t- and K-t- transport at basolateral membranes of 

epithelial cells. I. Stoichiometry of the Na.K-ATPase. Cox 

TC, et al. J Gen Physiol 1986 Mar;87(3):467-83 
Stimulation of amino acid uptake and Na+,K-t ATPase 

activity by norepinephrine in superior cervical sympathetic 

anglia excised from adult rats. Ando M, et ul. 
Ncurochem 1986 May;46(5): 1487-92 
A kinetic analysis of enzyme inactivation as applied to the 

covalcnt modification of Na+ + K-|- -ATl'ase and Ca2 + 

-ATPase. Fritzsch GK. J Theor Biol 1985 Dec 7; 

117(3):397-415 
Structure of two-dimensional crystals of membrane-bound 

Na.K-ATPase as analyzed by correlation averaging. 

Heben H, et al. i Ultrastruct Res 1985 Jul-Aug; 

92(I-2):28-35 
Structure, function and regulation of Na.K-ATPase in the 

kidney. J0rgensen PL. Kidney Int 1986 Jan;29(l): 10-20 (73 

ref.) 
The effecls of ischemia and CDPamines on Na+, 

KH ATPase and acetylcholinesterase activities in rat 

brain. Goldberg WJ, et al. Neurochem Pathol 1985 Winter; 

3(4):237-48 
Axonal transport of Na+,K+-ATPase identified as a 

ouabain binding site in rat sciatic nerve. Lombet A, et al. 

Neurosci Lett 1986 Feb 28;64(2): 177-83 
[Various membrane mechanisms of disorders on cardiac 

function of immune origin] Clierednichenko GA, et al. 

Flziol Zh 1986 Jan-Feb;32(l):43-50 (Eng. Abstr.) (Riis) 

ADENOSINE TRIPHOSPHATE 

ADMINISTRATION & DOSAGE 

Treatment of paroxysmal supraventricular tachycardia with 
intravenous injection of adenosine triphosphate. Saito D, 
et al. Br Heart J 1986 Mar;55(3):291-4 

ANALOGS & DERIVATIVES 

Distances between active site probes in glutamine synthetase 

from Escherichia coli: fluorescence energy transfer in free 

and in stacked dodecamers. Maurizi MR, et al. 

Biochemistry 1986 Jan 14j25(l):141-51 
Adenosine 5 -triphosphate analogues as structural probes for 

Escherichia coli glutamine synthetase. Maurizi MR, et al. 

Biochemistry 1986 Jan 14;25(1):131-40 
Kinetics of rapid Ca2+ release by sarcoplasmic reticulurn. 

Effects of Ca2+, Mg2+, and adenine nucleotides. Meissner 

G, et al. Biochemistry 1986 Jan 14;25(l):236-44 
The influence of alpha, beta-methylene ATP on alpha 

1-ieceptor-operated channels in guinea-pig taenia caeci. 

Den Hertog A, et al. Eur J Phnrmacol 1986 Mar 11; 

122(1):117-21 
Protection of monkeys against prolonged gamma-irradiation. 

Nikolov I, et al. Strahlenther Onkol 1986 Mar;162(3):200-4 

ANALYSIS 

Bioluminescent continuous-flow assay of adenosine 
5 -triphosphate using firefly luciferase immobilized on 
nylon tubes. Carrea Q, et al. Anal Chem 1986 Feb; 
58(2):331-3 



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INDEX MEDICUS 

The enumeration of Leptospira interrogans serovar pomona 
by a bioluminescence ATP assay. Nervig RM, et al. 
J Biol Stand 1986 Jan;14(l):21-4 

BIOSYNTHESIS 

Rate of ATP synthesis by dynein. Holzbaur EL, et al. 

Biochemistry 1986 Jan 28;25(2):428-34 
Adenosine 5 -triphosphate synthesis in Escherichia coll 

submitted to a microsecond electric pulse. Teissie J. 

Biochemistry 1986 Jan 28;25(2):368-73 
3 IP NMR measurement of ATP synthesis rate in perfused 

intact rat hearts. Kingsley-Hickman P, et al. FEES Lett 

1986 Mar I7;198(l):159-63 
ATP synthesis in cell envelope vesicles of Halobactenum 

halobium driven by membrane potential and/or base-acid 

transition. Mukohata Y, et al. J Biochem (Tokyo) 1986 Jan; 

99(1): 1-8 

BLOOD 

[ATP, glucose and lactate levels in the blood of persons 
exposed to fluorides before and after preventive 
administration of magnesium salts] Guminska M, et al. 
Folia Med Cracov I985;26(l-2):93-7 (Eng. Abstr.) (Pol) 

METABOLISM 

Gill metabolism after chronic subacute zinc treatments. Tort 

L, et al. Acta Physiol Pharmacol Latinoam 1985;35(3):375-8 
Rhythmic change of myocardial phosphate metabolite 

content in cardiac cycle observed by depth-selected and 

EKG-gated in vivo 31P-NMR spectroscopy in a whole 

animal. Toyo-oka T, et al. 

Biochem Biophys Res Commun 1986 Mar 28;135(3):808-15 
3 IP NMR saturation transfer measurements of phosphorus 

exchange reactions in rat heart and kidney in situ. Koretsky 

AP, et al. Biochemistry 1986 Jan 14;25(l):77-84 
Opposite effects of cofilin and profilin from porcine brain 

on rate of exchange of actin-bound adenosine 

5 '-triphosphate. Nishicla E. Biochemistry 1985 Feb 26; 

24(5): 1160-4 
Irreversible changes in oxidative phosphorylation activity of 

the irutochondrial membrane from hearts subjected to 

hypoxia and reoxygenation. Nakahara T, et al. 

Can J Cardiol 1986 Jan-Feb;2(l):24-33 
In vivo 3 IP-MR spectroscopy of the liver in the infant rabbit . 

to study the effect of hypoxia on the phosphorus 

metabolites and intracellular pH. Schmidt HC, et al. 

Invest Radiol 1986 Feb;2!(2):156-61 
Depletion of cellular ATP inhibits Na+/H+ antipurt in 

cultured human cells. Modulation of the regulatory effect 

of intracellular protons on the antiporter activity. Cassel 

D, et al. J Biol Chem 1986 Apr 25;261(12):5460-6 
Sequences of Escherichia coli uvrA gene and protein reveal 

two potential ATP binding sites. Husain I, et al. 

J Biol Chem 1986 Apr 15;261(1I):4895-901 
Measurement of ATI" generation and decay in 

Mycobactcrium leprae in vitro. Lee YN, et al. 

J Gen Microbiol 1985 Dec;131 ( Pt 12):3331-7 
Relation between the phosphocrcatine to ATP ratio 

determined by 31P nuclear magnetic resonance 

spectroscopy and left ventricular function in underperfused 

guinea-pig heart. IJrooks WM, ct al. 

J Mol Cell Cardiol 1986 Feb;18(2):149-55 
Reduced in vitro 32P incorporation into phospholamban-likc 

protein of aarcolemma due to myocardial ischaemia in 

anaesthetized pigs. Lamers JM, et al. 

J Mol Cell Cardiol 1986 Feb;18(2): 115-25 
Primary active sodium transport, oxygen consumption, and 

ATP: coupling and regulation. Mandel LJ. Kidney Int 1986 

Jan;29(l):3-9 (49 ref.) 
Energetics of human muscle: exercise-induced ATP 

depletion. Taylor DJ, et al. Magn Reson Med 1986 Feb; 

3(l):44-54 
The non-conservation of parity in the domain of elementary 

particles and a possible mechanism for the delivery of 

energy from the ATP molecule. Portelli C. Physiologic 
1986 Jnn-Mar;23(l):65-8 
Selectivity of intracellular proteolysis: protein substrates 

activate the ATP-dependent protease (La). Waxman L, 

et nl. Science 1986 Apr 25;232(4749):500-3 

PHAHMACODYNAMICS 

Reoxygenation injury in isolated hepatpcytes: effect of 
extracellular ATP on cation homeostasis. Hayashi H, et 
al. Am J Physiol 1986 Apr;250(4 Pt 2):R573-9 

Increases of cell ATP produced by exogenous adenine 
nucleotides in isolated rabbit kidney tubules. Weinberg JM, 
et al. Am J Physiol 1986 Apr;250(4 Pt 2):F720-33 

The effects of adenosine, ATP and ADP on ventricular 
automaticity induced by a local injury in the isolated right 
ventricle of the rat. Laorden ML, et al. 
Arch Int Pharmacodyn Ther 1986 Feb;279(2):258-67 

Adenosine 5 -triphosphate analogues as structural probes for 
Escherichia coli glutamine synthetase. Maurizi MR, et al. 
Biochemistry 1986 Jan 14;2S(1):131-40 

Kinetics of rapid Ca2+ release by sarcoplasmic reticulum. 
Effects of Ca2+, Mg2+, and adenine nucleotides. Meissner 
G, et al. Biochemistry 1986 Jan 14;25(l):236-44 

ATP-induced reactivation of ram testicular, cauda 
epididymal, and ejaculated spermatozoa extracted with 
Triton X-100. White IG, et al. Biol Heprod 1986 Feb; 



JUL 1986 

34(l):183-93 
The effect of troponin-tropomyosin on the binding of heavy 

meromyosin to actin in the presence of ATP. Chilovicti 

JM, et al. J Biol Chem 1986 Apr 15;261(11):508S-9J 
Na+/H+ exchange in Ehrlich ascites tumor ceUi 

Regulation by extracellular ATP and 

12-O-tetradecanoylphorbol 13-acetate. Wiener E, et (J. 

3 Biol Chem 1986 Apr 5;261(10):4529-34 
Excitatory action of ATP on embryonic chick muscle. Hume 

RI, et al. J Neurosci 1986 Mar;6(3):681-90 
ATP-evoked membrane responses in Xenopus oocylet, 

Lotan H, et al. Pflugers Arch 1986 Feb;406(2):158-62 

PHYSIOLOGY 

Fetal breathing movement, sleep state and cardiovascular 
responses to an inhibitor of mitochondria! ATPase in iheep 
Koos BJ, et al. J Dev Physiol 1986 Feb;8(l):67-75 

Effect of quinidine on the tissue binding of digoxin ta 
guinea-pigs. Okudaira K, et al. J Pharm Pharraacol 1984 
Feb;38(2): 137-40 

THERAPEUTIC USE 

[The value of rhinATP in the local treatment of chronic 
rhinitis] BebSar JP. Rev Laryngol Otol Rhlnol (Bord) 1985; 
106(4):311 (Frt) 

S-ADENOSYLHOMOCYSTEINE see under 
HOMOCYSTEINE 

S-ADENOSYLMETHIONINE 

METABOLISM 

The influence of nitrous oxide on methioniiK. 

S-adenosylmethionine, and other amino ncids. Vi5 JR. 

et al. Anesthcsiology 1986 Apr;64(4):490-5 
Acetylation of decarboxylated S-adenosylnicthionine tff 

mammalian cells. Pegg AE, et al. Biochemistry 19B6 Jtti 

28;25(2):379-84 

PHARMACODYNAMICS 

Stimulation of Ca2-|-~pump in rat heart sorcolemma by 
phosphatidyletlianolamine N-methylalion. I'nuagi.'i V, ft 
al. Biochim Biophys Acta 1986 Apr 14;85<i(2):383-7 

Effects of S-aclenosyl-methionine on plasma norcpiticphmf, 
blood pressure, and heart rate in healthy volunteers. Shcftf 
MA, ct ul. Psychiatry Res 1986 Feb;i7(2):l 1 l~H 

THERAPEUTIC USE 

Double-blind study of S-adenosyl-methionine vmst 

placebo in hip and knee urthrosis [letter] Monlnvne t ; . el 

al. Clin Rheumatol 1985 Dec;4(4):484-5 
Analgesi/.ing effect of a methyl donor 

(S-adenosylmethionine) in migraine: an open clinical iiil 

Gatto G, et al. Int J Clin I'harmacol Res 1986;MU 1M 
Effect of the variations of S-udcncisyl-L-mcthionine liter 

content on fat accumulation and ethmiol nictiiholit'n in 

ethanol-iiHoxiciitecl rats. Feo F, et al. 

Toxicol Appl Pharmacol 1986 Apr;83(2):33l-4l 

S-ADENOSYLMETHIONINE DECARROXYI.A.SK t 
under CARBOXY-I.YASliS 



ADENOVIRIDAE 

CLASSIFICATION 

Seroepizootiology of types 3 and 7 adenoviruscs ami buviM 
viral diarrhea virus infections of beef cattle from Iwih I) 
first parturition. Stauber EH, et al. Am J Vet RJ 1V!6 
Apr;47(4):774-6 

GENETICS 

Genotypic characterization of type-2 variants of caiuae 

adenovirus. Hamelin C, et al. Am J Vet Re! 1986 Maf. 

47(3):625-30 
Generation of packaging-defective DNA molecules of eqeiia 

adenovirus. Ishiyama T, et al. Virology 1986 Ma>. 

151(l):66-76 
Adenovirus DNA synthesis in vitro is inhibited by Hat 

virus-coded major core protein. Korn R, et (1. 

Virology 1986 Apr 30;150(2):342-51 
Separation of the functions controlled by adenovirus 2 tp + 

locus. Subramanian T, et al. Virology 1986 Apr JO, 

150(2):381-9 

PATHOGENICITY 

Inoculation of lambs with ovine adenovirus i 
(Mastadenovirus ovi 5) strain RTS-42. Lehmkuhl HD, 
al, Am J Vet Res 1986 Apr;47(4):724-6 

ADENOVIRUS INFECTIONS 

DIAGNOSIS 

[Focus of epidemic keratoconjunctivitis] Maoiejewite E, t 
al. Kiln Oczna 1985 Sep;87(9):381-2 (Eng. Abstr.) CM) 

ETIOLOGY 

[Viral conjunctivitis] Grodzicka-Kr61ak H, et al. 



JUL 1986 

Przegl Epidemiol 1985;39(3-4):412-4 (Eng. Abstr.) (Pol) 

MICROBIOLOGY 

Inoculation of lambs with ovine adenovirus 5 

(Mastadenovirus ovi 5) strain RTS-42. Lehmkuhl HD, ct 

al. Am J Vet Res 1986 Apr;47(4):724-6 
Three adenovirus type 8 genome types defined by restriction 

enzyme analysis: prototype stability in geographically 

separated populations. Kemp MC, at al. 

J Clin Microbiol 1986 Mar;23(3):469-74 
Genome type analysis of adenovirus type 4 isolates, recently 

obtained from clinically different syndromes in some areas 

in Japan. Ren CS, et al. Jpn J Mcd Sci Biol 1985 Aug; 

38(4): 195-9 
[Occurrence of enteroviruses and adenoviruses in the 

Warsaw district 1973-19821 Horbowska-Marzec H, et al. 

Przegl Epidemiol 1985;39(3-4):4 15-21 (Eng. Abstr.) (Pol) 

VETERINARY 

Serpepizootiology of types 3 and 7 adenoviruses and bovine 
viral diarrhea virus infections of beef cattle from birth to 
first parturition. Stauber EH, et al. Am J Vet Res 1986 
Apr;47(4):774~6 

ADENOVIRUS INFECTIONS, HUMAN see under 
ADENOVIRUS INFECTIONS 

ADENOVIRUSES, AVIAN see under ADENOVIRIDAE 

ADENOVIRUSES, HUMAN 

GENETICS 

Properties of adenoviral DNA bound to the nuclear matrix. 

Smith HC, et al. Biochemistry 1985 Feb 26;24(5): 11 97-202 
Three adenovirus type 8 genome types defined by restriction 

enzyme analysis: prototype stability in geographically 

separated populations. Kemp MC, et al. 

J Clin Microbiol 1986 Mar;23(3):469-74 
Genome type analysis of adenovirus type 4 isolates, recently 

obtained from clinically different syndromes in some areas 

in Japan. Ren CS, et al. Jpn J Mcd Sci Biol 1985 Aug; 

38(4): 195-9 
Comparison of the interactions of the adenovirus type 2 major 

core protein and its precursor with DNA. Chatterjee PK, 

et al. Nucleic Acids Res 1986 Mar 25;14(6):2721-35 
Negative regulatory sequences in the Ela-inducihle enhancer 

of the iwlenovirus-2 early lilla promoter. Jalinot P, et al. 

Nucleic Acids Res 1986 Mar 25;14(6):2651-69 
Mutations in the Ela gene of adenovirus type 5 alter the 

tumorigenic properlies of transformed cloned rat embryo 

fibrnblast cells. Babiss LE, et al. 

Proc Nail Acad Sci USA 1986 Apr;83(7):2167-71 

1SOI.AHON & PURIFICATION 

[Occurrence of enteroviruses and adenoviruses in the 
Warsaw district 1973-1982] llorbowska-Marzec H, et al. 
Przcsl Epidemiol 195;39(3 4):415-21 (Eng. Abstr.) (Pol) 

METABOLISM 

Neoplastic conversion of human kenitinoeytes by adenovirus 
12-SV40 virus and chemical carcinogens. Rhim JS, ct al. 
Science 1986 Apr 18;232(4748):385-8 

ADENOVIRUSICS, SIMIAN see under ADENOVIRIDAE 



ADENYL CYCLASE 

ANALYSIS 

A study of the H2-receptor for histamine stimulating 
adenylate cyclase in homogenates of guinea-pig lung 
parenchyma. Foreman JC, et al. Br J Pliarmacol 1986 Jan; 
87(l):37-44 

Creutzfeldt-Jakob infection increases adenylate cyclase 
activity in specific regions of guinea pig brain. Rasenick 
MM, et al. FEBS Lett 1986 Mar 17;198(l):164-8 

The fate of plasma membrane macrophage enzyme markers 
during endocytosis of Trypanosoma cruzi. Meirelles MN, 
et al. J Submicrosc Cytol 1986 Jan;18(l);99-107 

Activation of thyroid adenyl cyclase by antisera to thyroid 
plasma membrane preparations: effects of IgG and non-IgG 
antiserum components. Ong M, et al. Metabolism 1986 Apr; 
35(4):292-6 

ANTAGONISTS & INHIBITORS 

Phorbol ester treatment impairs hormone- but not stable 
GTP analog-induced inhibition of adenylate cyclase. Bauer 
S, et al. FEBS Lett 1986 Mar 17;198(l):43-6 

Mechanisms for inhibition of the catalytic activity of 
adenylate cyclase by the guanine nucleotide-binding 
proteins serving as the substrate of islet-activating protein, 
pertussis toxin. Katada T, et al. J Biol Chcm 1986 Apr 
15;261(11):5215-21 

Inhibition of luteinizing hormone/human chorionic 
gonadotropin-slimulable adenylyl cyclase activity in rat 
luteal membranes by nonsteroidal component(s) in human 
follicular fluid. Rojas FJ, et al. 
J Clin Endocrlnol Metab 1986 May;62(5):915-21 

Interaction of the inhibitory GTP regulatory component with 



INDEX MEDICUS 

soluble cerebral cortical adenylate cyclase. Perez-Reyes 
E, et al. J Neurochem 1986 May;46(5):1508-16 
Evidence for the inhibitory aubunit of adenylate cyclase (Ni) 
in nervous and heart tissue of Aplysia. Critz SD, et al. 
Neuroscl Lett 1986 Feb 28;64(2): 145-50 

ISOLATION & PURIFICATION 

Secreted adenylate cyclase of Bordetella pertussis: 
calmodulin requirements and partial purification of two 
forms. Kessin RH, et al. J Bacteriol 1986 Apr;166(l):290-6 

METABOLISM 

Calmodulin activation and calcium regulation of parotid 

gland adenylate cyclase. Piascik MT, et al. 

Am J Physiol 1986 Apr;250(4 Pt l):C642-5 
Signal transfer in cardiac muscle. Alteration of the 

beta-adrenoceptor adenylate cyclase system in (he 

hyperlrophied myocardium. Will-Shahab L, et al. 

Biomed Biochim Acta 1986;45(1-2):S199-204 
The specificity of the cAMP receptor mediating activation 

of adenylate cyclase in Dictyostelium discoideum. Theibert 

A, et al. Dev Biol 1986 Apr;114(2):S29-33 
Stimulation of the adenylate cyclase activity of rabbit bone 

marrow immature erythroblasts by erythropoietin and 

haemin. Bonanou-Tzedaki SA, et al. Eur J Biochcm 1986 

Mar 3;155(2):363-70 
D-2 dopamine receptor-mediated inhibition of 

pro-opiomelanocorlin synthesis in rat intermediate lobe. 

Abolition by pertussis toxin or activators of adenylate 

cyclase. Cote TE, et al. J Biol Chcm 1986 Apr 5; 

261(10):4555-61 
Modulation of guanine nucleotide affinity does not affect the 

first order rate constant of activation of adenylate cyclase 

in native membranes. Tolkovsky AM. J Biol Chcm 1986 

Apr 5;261(10):4579-86 
Modifications of the adenylate cyclase complex during 

differentiation of cultured myoblasts. Morris SA, et al. 

J Cell Physiol 1986 Apr; 127<l):28-38 
Multiple components of delayed potassium current in 

peptidergic neurons of Aplysia: modulation by an activator 

of adenylate cyclase. Strong JA, et al. J Neurosci 1986 

Mar;6(3):8 14-22 
Effects of several ergosines on adenylate cyclase activity in 

synaptosomal membranes of the bovine caudate nucleus. 

SoSkic V, et al. J Pharm IMiurnuicol 1986 Feb;38(2):|28-31 
Thcrmodynamic properties of agonist interactions with the 

beta adrenergic receptor-coupled adenylate cyclase system. 

II. Agonist binding to soluble beta adrenergic receptors. 

Contreras ML, et al. J Pharmacol Exp Ther 1986 Apr; 

237(0:165-72 
Thermodynamic properties of agonist interactions with the 

beta adrenergic receptor-coupled adenylate cyclase system. 

I. High- and low-affinity slates of agonist binding to 

membrane-hound beta adrenergic receptors. Contreras 

ML, et al. J Pharmncol Kxp Ther 19X6 Apr;<!37(l):l54-h4 
Adenpsine and muscarinic chdinergie receptors attenuate 

cyclic AMP accumulation by different mechanisms in 

1321NI astrocytoma cells. Hughes AR, et al. 

J Pliarmacol Exp Thor 1986 Apr;237(l):l73-8 
Epinephrine and norepinephrine stimulation of adenylate 

cyclase in bovine retina homogcnate: evidence for 

interaction with the dopamine 131 receptor. Vanderheyden 

P, et al. Life Sci 1986 Mar 31;3R(l3):l221-7_ 
Vasopressin receptor- adenylate cyclase interactions. Studies 

in an intact cultured renal epithelial cell line (LLC-PKI). 

Skorecki KL, et al. Miner Electrolyte Metab 1986; 
12(1):64-70 (26 ref.) 
Al and A2 adcnosinc receptors regulate adenylate cyclase 

in cultured human lung fibroblasts. Proll MA, et al. 

Mol Cell Kmlocrlnol 1986 Mar;44(3):211-7 
Characterization of the adenylate cyclase of the rat corpus 

luteum during luteolysis induced by a prostaglandin F2 

alpha analogue. Torjesen PA, et al. 

Mol Cell Endocrinol 1986 Mar;44(3):237-42 
[Antigenic properties, thyrotropin receptor and enzymatic 

activity of thyroid cell membranes exposed to the action 

of glutaraldehyde] Adler G. Endokrynol Pol 1985; 

36(5):243-50 (Eng. Abstr.) (Pol) 

[Interaction of prostaglaiidin E2 with receptors and their 

effect on adenylate cyclase activity in human thyroid tissue! 
Gal'chinskaia Vlu, et al. Biull Eksp Biol Mcd 1986 Mar; 
101(3):3()6-9 (Eng. Abstr.) (Rus) 

ADENYLATE CYCLASE see ADENYL CYCLASE 

ADENYLATE KINASE see under 
PHOSPHOTRANSFERASES, ATP 

ADENYLIC ACID see ADENOSINE MONOPHOSPHATE 
ADENYLOSUCCINATE LYASE see under LYASES 

ADENYLOSUCCINATE SYNTHETASE see under 
LIGASES 

ADENYLPYROPHOSPHATE see ADENOSINE 
TRIPHOSPHATE 

ADENYLYL IMIDODIPHOSPHATE see under 
ADENOSINE TRIPHOSPHATE 



ADIPOSE TISSUE 



ADHESIONS 

SURGERY 

Continuous passive motion after knee-joint arthrolysis under 
catheter peridural anesthesia. Ulrica C, et al. 
Arch Orthop Trauma Surg 1986;104(6):346-51 

Saddle deformity. Posttraumatic interosseous-lumbrical 
adhesions: review of eighty-seven cases. Chicarilli ZN, et 
al. J Hand Siirg [Am] 1986 Mar;ll(2):210-8 

ADHESIVENESS 

see related 
PLATELET ADHESIVENESS 

Microbial adherence and infection clinical relevance. 
Fishman M. Infect Control 1986 Mar;7(3):181-4 

ADHESIVES 

The deformation of cusps by bonded posterior composite 

restoration' [letter] Horton JG. Br Dent J 1986 Feb 22; 

160(4):! 13-4 
Resisting the curing contraction with adhesive composites. 

Davidson CL. J Prosthet Dent 1986 Apr;55(4):446-7 
In vitro microleakage of a new dental adhesive system. 

Hembree JH Jr. J Prosthet Dent 1986 Apr;55(4)i442-5 
Clinical investigation of dental adhesive systems. Part I: An 

in vivo study. Vanherle G, et al. J Prosthet Dent 1986 

Feb;55(2):157-63 
Xeroradiography and ultrasonography in the evaluation of 

a penile injury. Oesterling JE, et al. J Urol 1986 Apr; 

135(4):791-3 

ABIE'S SYNDROME 

DIAGNOSIS 

[The Adie-Holmes syndrome] Szeliga-Cetnarska M, et al. 
Wiad Lelc 1985 Dec l;38(23):1649-53 (13 ref.) (Pol) 

ADIPHENINE 

BLOOD 

Adiphenine plasma levels and blood-brain barrier crossing 
in the rat. Michelot J, et al. 

Eur J Drug Metab Pharmacokinct 1985 Oct-Dec; 
10(4):273-8 

ADIPIC ACIDS 

ADMINISTRATION & DOSAGE 

[Effect of chronic administration of various magnesium salts 
on magnesium levels in rabbit erythrocytes and plasma in 
vitro] Qumiiisku M, et al. Folia Mcd Crncov 1985; 
26(l-2):43-7 (Eng. Abstr.) (Pol) 

ADII'OCERE -.ce POSTMORTEM CHANGES 

ADIPOSE TISSUE 

see related 
BROWN FAT 

The roli; of behavioral variables and fat patterning in 

explaining ethnic differences in senun lipids and 

lipoproteins. IlalTner SM, et al. Am J Epidemiol 1986 May; 

123(5):830-9 
Blood pressure, body fat, and dehydroepiandrosterone sulfatc 

variation in adolescence. Kntz SH, et al. Hypertension 1986 

Apr;8(4):277-84 
Phased array ultrasound imaging through planar tissue layers. 

Smith SW, et al. Ultrasound Med Biol 1986 Mar; 

12{3):229-43 

ANALYSIS 

Cigarettes as a source of some trace and heavy metals and 
pesticides in man. Mussalo-Rauhamaa H, et al. 
Arch Environ Health 1986 Jan-Feb;41(l):49-55 

Influence of vertebral fat content on quantitative CT density. 
Laval-Jeantet AM, et al. Radiology 1986 May;159(2):463-6 

ANATOMY & HISTOLOGY 

Use of NMR for measurement of total body water and 
estimation of body fat. Lewis DS, et al. J Appl Physiol 
1986 Mar;60(3):836-40 

BLOOD SUPPLY 

Cultured capillary endothelial cells from bovine adipose 
tissue: a model for insulin binding and action in 
microvascular endothelium. Bar RS, et al. Metabolism 1986 
Apr;35(4):3 17-22 

CYTOLOGY 

Adipocyte differentiation of 3T3-L1 cells in serum-free 
hormone-supplemented media: effects of insulin and 
dihydroteleocidin B. Gamou S, et al. Cell Struct Funct 1986 
Mar;ll(l):21-30 

Impaired insulin receptor binding and postbinding defects 
of adipocytes from normal and diabetic pregnant women. 



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ADIPOSE TISSUE 

Hjtfllund E, et al. Diabetes 1986 May;35(5):598-603 
Hydrocortisone promotes the neodifferentiation of Kirsten 

murine sarcoma virus transformed human skin fibroblasts 

to adipose cells: relevance to oncogenic mechanisms. 

Kopelovich L, et al. Exp Cell Biol 1986;54(l):25-33 
Adenosine release from isolated rat adipocytes: influence of 

fat cell concentration and cell size. Capogrossi MC, et al. 

Proc Soc Exp Biol Med 1986 May;182(l):15-22 

DRUG EFFECTS 

Evidence that epinephrine acts preferentially as an 

antilipolytic agent in abdominal human subcutaneous fat 

cells; assessment by analysis of beta and alpha 2 

adrenoceptor properties. Berlan M, et al. 

Eur J Clin Invest 1985 Dec;15(6):341-8 
Insulin action in human adipose tissue in acromegaly. 

Bolinder J, et al. J Cltn Invest 1986 Apr;77(4):1201-6 
Metabolic potential of the adipose tissue of rats during hyper- 

and hypovitaminosis A. Ramachandran CK, et al. 

Proc Soc Exp Biol Med 1986 May;182(l):73-8 

ENZYMOLOGY 

Phorbol esters, but not insulin, promote depletion of cytosolic 

protein kinase C in rat adipocytes. Glynn BP, et al. 

Btochem Btophys Res Commun 1986 Mar 28;135(3):U19-25 
Hormone-sensitive lipase and monoacylglycerol lipase are 

both required for complete degradation of adipocyte 

triacylglycerol. Fredrikson G, et al. 

Biochim Biophys Acta 1986 Apr 15j876(2):288-93 
Nutritional regulation of lipoprotein lipase in guinea pig 

tissues. Semb H, et al. Biochim Biophys Acta 1986 Apr 

15;876(2):249-55 

METABOLISM 

Genotype dependency of adaptation in adipose tissue 

metabolism after short-term overfeeding. Poehlman ET, 

et al. Am J Physiol 1986 Apr;250(4 Pt l):E480-5 
Continuous subcutaneous insulin infusion fails to correct 

impaired basal glucose metabolism and Impaired insulin 

sensitivity of adipocytes from patients with type 1 

(insulin-dependent) diabetes. Pedersen O, et al. 

Diabetes Res 1986 Jan;3(l):17-23 
A longitudinal study of adipose tissue glucose utilization 

during pregnancy and the puerperium in normal subjects. 

Williams CM, et al. Hum Nutr Clin Nutr 1986 Jan; 

40(l):15-23 
HLA system, body fal and fat distribution in children and 

adults. Bouchard C, et al. Int J Obes 1985;9(6):411-22 
The thermogenic role of adipose tissue in the dog. Holloway 

BR, et al. Int J Obes 1985;9(6):423-32 
Evaluation of prostaglandin E2 as a regulator of lipolysis 

in bovine adipose tissue. DiMarco NM, et al. 

J Anim Sci 1986 Feb;62(2):363-9 
Stimulation of lipogenesis in bovine adipose tissue by insulin 

and insulin-like growth factor. Etherton TD, et al. 

J Anim Sci 1986 Feb;62(2):357-62 
Insulin activation of insulin receptor tyrosine kinase in intact 

rat adipocytes. An in vitro system to measure histone kinase 

activity of insulin receptors activated in vivo. Klein HH, 

et al. J Biol Chem 1986 Apr 5;261(10):4691-7 
Metabolism and structure of triacylglycerols in rat 

epididymal fat pad adipocytes determined by 13C nuclear 

magnetic resonance. Sillerud LO, et al. J Biol Chem 1986 

Apr 5;261(10):4380-8 
Adaptations in lipid metabolism of bovine adipose tissue in 

laclogenesis and lactation. McNamara JP, et al. 

J Lipid Res 1986 Feb;T7(2):150-7 
Effects of pineal indoles and arginine vasotocin on lipolysis 

and lipogenesis in Isolated adipocytes. NK TB, et al. 

J Pineal Res 1986;3(l):55-66 
Lysosomes in the cessation of vitellogenin secretion by the 

mosquito fat body; selective degradation of Golgi 

complexes and secretory granules. Raikhel AS. 

Tissue Cell 1986;18(l):125-42 

PATHOLOGY 

Prepancreatic fat deposition: a possible pitfall in pancreatic 
sonography. Op den Orth JO. AJR 1986May;146(5):1017-8 

Role of adipocyte precursors in the onset of obesity induced 
by overfeeding in suckling rats. Dugail I, et al. J Nutr 
1986 Apr;116(4);524-35 

[Value of aspiration biopsy of subcutaneous fat In 
amyloidosis] Ponce P, et al. Nephrolojtle 1986;7(l):25-7 
(Eng. Abstr.) (Fre) 

PHYSIOLOGY 

A calmodulin dependent Ca2+ -activated K.+ channel in 
the adipocyte plasma membrane. Pershadsingh HA, et al. 
Blochem Biophys Reg Commun 1986 Mar 28;135(3):934-41 

Time course of skin-plus-fat compression in males and 
females. Becque MD, et al. Hum Biol 1986 Feb;58(l):33-42 

RADIOGRAPHY 

Relationship of fat distribution to glucose tolerance. Results 
of computed tomography in male participants of the 
Normative Aging Study. Sparrow D, et al. Diabetes 1986 
Apr;35(4):411-5 



INDEX MEDICUS 

SURGERY 

An approach to curative effect of large autografts on adipose 
tissue in special parts with third-degree burns. Zuokuan 
H. J Trauma 1986 Apr;26(4):359-63 

TRANSPLANTATION 

The fate of fat transplants in operations for partial closure 
of the growth plate. Clinical examples and an experimental 
study. Langenskiaid A, et al. J Bone Joint Surg [Br] 1986 
Mar;68(2):234-8 

ADJUSTMENT DISORDERS 

DIAGNOSIS 

Depression and suicide in children and adolescents. Greene 
JW, et al. Compr Ther 1986 Feb; 12(2): 3 8-43 

DRUG THERAPY 

Comparative study of the therapeutic and adverse effects of 
two antidepressants dothiepm and mianserin. De Sousa 
MP, et al. J Int Med Bes 1986;14(l):42-5 

PREVENTION & CONTROL 

[Psychopathology of work, psychobioecologic approach to 
occupational maltreatment and considerations on the 
prevention of maladjustment] Amiel R. 
Ann Med Psycho! (Parts) 1985 Sep-Oct;143(8):729-51 

CFre) 

PSYCHOLOGY 

Stress-response syndromes; a review of posttraumatic and 

adjustment disorders. Horowitz MJ. 

Hosp Community Psychiatry 1986 Mar;37(3):241-9 
[The concept of reaction in psychiatry and its significance 

for the image of the psychiatrist] Degkwitz R. 

Nervenarzt 1986 Feb;57(2):96-9 (Ger) 

ADJUSTMENT, SOCIAL see SOCIAL ADJUSTMENT 

ADJUVANTS, IMMUNOLOGIC 

Chlormethine in small doses as immunostimulator LPS 

synergism. Garbulinski T, et al. 

Arch Immunol Ther Exp (Warsz) 1985;33(6):727-34 
The role of lymphocytes, macrophages and interferon in the 

depression of drug metabolism by dextran sulfate. Peterson 

TC, et al. Immunopharmacology 1986 Feb;ll(l):21-8 
Augmented production of colony-stimulating factor in 

C3H/HeN mice immunized with Nocardia rubra cell wall 

skeleton. Hayashi S, et al. Infect Immun 1986 Apr; 

52(l):128-33 
Induction of protective immunity to 

monoclonal-antibody-defined Plasmodium falciparum 

antigens requires strong adjuvant in Aotus monkeys. 

Slddiqui WA, et al. Infect Immun 1986 Apr;52(l):314-8 
Changes in proton relaxation times of the rat spleen during 

adjuvant-induced immunologic reaction. Terrier F, et al. 

Invest Radio! 1986 Mar;21(3):221-6 
Adjuvant activity of diesel-exhaust pa.ticulates for the 

production of IgE antibody in mice. Muranaka M, et al. 

J Allergy Clin Immunol 1986 Apr;77(4):616-23 
Adjuvant and antitumour activities of synthetic lipid A 

analogues. Ukei S, et al. Vaccine 1986 Mar;4(l):21-4 
[Restorative effect of traxanox on the suppression of antibody 

production in DALB/c mice] Hisadome M, et al. 

Nippon Yakurigaku Zasshi 1986 Jan;87(l):19-28 (Eng. 

Abstr.) (Jpn) 

IMMUNOLOGY 

Synthesis and perspectives of new adjuvants and carrier 
systems for potential application for synthetic vaccines. 
Jung G. Ann Sclavo 1984;1(2):191-208 

Induction of autoimmune diseases with adjuvants: separation 
of delayed hypersensitivity and antibody formation from 
diseases in experimental thyroiditis and aspermato genesis 
with Legionella adjuvant. McMaster PR, et al. 
Int Arch Allergy Appl Immunol 1986;80(l):l-8 

PHARMACODYNAMICS 

Effects of immunological adjuvants on the mouse 
complement systemII. Anti-complementary effects of 
surface-active compounds. Klerx JP, et a!. 
Int J Immunopharmacol 1986;8(l):47-52 

The enhancing effect of interferon-beta and -gamma on the 
killing of Leishmonia tropica major in human monomiclear 
phagocytes in vitro. Passwell JH, et al. J Immunol 1986 
Apr 15;136(8):3062-6 

Effects of adjuvants and Toxoplasma gondii antigens on 
immune response and outcome of peroral T. gondlt 
challenge. McLeod R, et al. 
Trans R Soc Trop Med Hyg 1985;79(6):800-4 

[Correlation between enhancement of natural killer (NK.) 
activity by an immunopotentiator (OK-432) and resistance 
to human hepatoma cell implantation In nude mice] Salto 
H, et al. Nippon Shokaklbyo Gakkai Zuihl 1985 Dec; 
a(li):2923-9 (Eng. Abstr.) (Jpn) 



JUL 



PHYSIOLOGY 



[Mediators of the immune response and inflammation! Dys 
JM. Ther Umsch 1986 Feb;43(2):94-102 (9 ref.) (B| 
Abstr.) ' OK 

THERAPEUTIC USE 

Adjuvant therapy for resectable lung cancer. Chest 1986 AK 
89(4 Suppl):342S-344S 

Protective effects of bacterial immunostimulants, OK-*E 
and LC 9018 on Pseudomonas aeruginosa Infection > 
tumor-bearing mice. Saito H, et al. 
Hiroshima J Med Scl 1985 Dec;34(4):459-62 

[Immunomoduiation by inactivated Candida alblcans] BWoa 
F, et al. G Ital Chemioter 1985 Jan-Apr;32(l):147-S2 (&J 
Abstr.) OH 

[Results of follow-up studies on prognosis ifm 
irnmunotherapy with bestatin in acute nonlymphoots 
leukemia] Ota K, et al. Can To Kagaku Ryoho 1986 Apt 
13(4 Ft l):1017-25 (Eng. Abstr.) (JfS 

[Effect of immunomodulators on resistance to gas gangreu 
The enhanced resistance of white mice to perfringetis ton 
type A as affected by prodigiozan] Konfkova RE, et 
Zh Mikroblol Epidemiol Immunobiol 1986 Feb(2):SM 
(Eng. Abstr.) (]W 

ADL see ACTIVITIES OF DAILY LIVING 

ADMINISTRATION see ORGANIZATION AND 
ADMINISTRATION 

ADMINISTRATION, INTRANASAL 

INSTRUMENTATION 

Spacer inhalers [letter] Johnson S, et al. Arch Intent Mei 
1986 Apr;146(4):805, 809 

ADMINISTRATION, TOPICAL 

Modeling and numerical computation of drug transport a 
laminates: model case evaluation of transderma! dclivcn 
system. Gienger G, et al. J Pharm Scl 1986 Jan;7S(l):S-l! 

ADMINISTRATIVE PERSONNEL 

Higher nursing education in Bavaria and in Floridi 
Kellnhauser E. Int Nurs Rev 1986 Mar-Apr;33(2):S6-63 

The changing environment [editorial] Colloton JW. 
J Nurs Adm 1986 Apr;16(4):6 

Organizing a search for nn academic administrator. Spelltcj 
WN, et al. J Reprod Med 1986 Feb;31(2):127-30 

PSYCHOLOGY 

Organizational and professional commitment as predidon 
of job satisfaction among allied health education prograa 
directors. Moskowitz RL, et al. J Allied Health 1986 Feit 



ADMINISTRATORS see ADMINISTRATIVE 
PERSONNEL 

ADMISSION TESTS, ROUTINE see DIAGNOSTIC 
TESTS, ROUTINE 

ADMITTING DEPARTMENT, HOSPITAL see utta 
HOSPITAL DEPARTMENTS 

ADNEXAL DISEASES 

DIAGNOSIS 

[Diagnosis and surgical procedure in acute appendicitii 
combined with acute diseases of the adnexa uteri] lalstnlrj! 
MN, et al. Vestn Khir 1985 Dec;135(12):36-9 (Bug. Abw) 

(Ru) 

PATHOLOGY 

Bilateral uterine adnexal torsion: rase report and review ot 
the literature. Hagay ZJ, et al. Isr J Med Scl 1986 1m 
22(l):54-6 

ADNEXITIS 

BLOOD 

Haptoglobin and proteinase inhibitors in the blood serum of 
women with inflammatory, benign and neoplastic Usiou 
of the ovary. Warwas M, et al. Neoplasms 1986;3}()):19-!l 

DIAGNOSIS 

Localization of Chlamydia trachomatis infection by ibw 
immunofluorescence and culture in pelvic inflamtrulorf 
disease, Kiviat NB, et al. Am J Obstet Gynecol 1986 Aw, 
154(4):865-73 

DRUG THERAPY 

Treatment of acute pelvic inflammatory disease vitl 
aztreonam, a new monocycllc beta-lactam antibiotic, uj 
elindamycln. Dodson MG, et al. Obstet Gynecol 1986Miv 
67(5):S7-62 



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JUL 1986 

MICROBIOLOGY 

[Evaluation of vaginal microflora in chronic inflammation 
of the adnexa] Zak F, et al. Cesk Gynekol 1986 Feb; 
51(l):18-22 (Eng. Abstr.) <Cze> 

SURGERY 

Surgical management of diffuse peritonitis complicating 
obstetric/gynecologic infections. Rivlin ME, et al. 
Obstet Gynccol 1986 May;67(5):652-6 

[latrogenic hcmorrhagic complications in gynecologic 
laparoscopies report of 2 cases with a fatal course] Lignitz 
E, et al. Z Rechtsmed 1985;95(4):297-306 (Eng. Abstr.) 

(Ger) 

ADOBIOL see under PROPANOLAMINES 

ADOLESCENCE 

Only the bad died young in the ancient Middle East. Arnett 
WS. Int J Aging Hum Dev 1985;21(2):155-60 

Children and birth control [letter] Gerber P. Mcd J Aust 
1985 Dec 9-23;143(12-13):633-4 

[Nutrition and dyslipoproteinemias in schoolchildren aged 
13 to 16] Dorofeeva TO, et al. Ter Arkh 1986;58(l):33-6 
(Eng. Abstr.) (Rus) 

[Hygienic approaches to effective nutrition of students in the 
North] Krasnonevtsev VM. Vopr Pitan 1986 Jan-Feb; 
(l):38-42 (Eng. Abstr.) (Rus) 

[Factual nutrition and several indicators of health status of 
urban schoolchildren of the regions of Ukraine] Mostovaia 
LA, et al. Vopr Pitan 1986 Jun-Feb;(l):33-8 (Eng. Abstr.) 

(Rus) 

ADOLESCENT BEHAVIOR 

Annotated bibliography: adolescent perpetrators of sexual 
molestation of children. Ryan G. Child Abuse Negl 1986; 



Stability of personality during adolescence and its 

relationship to stage of drug use. Brook JS, et ul. 

Genet Soc Gen Psychol Monogr 1985 Aug;lll(3):317-30 
Substance abuse: a growing problem for adolescents. 

Greydanus DE. Inwn Mcd 1986 Mar;76(3):107-10 
Obtaining a personal and confidential history from 

adolescents. An opportunity for prevention. Cavanaugh 

RM Jr. J Adolesc Health Care 1986 Mar;7(2):118-22 
Parental reactions to the onset of adolescence. Cohen M, 

et al. J Adolesc Health Cnrc 1986 Mar;7(2):101-6 
Single and multiple patterns of adolescent substance use: 

longitudinal comparisons of four ethnic groups. Maddnhian 

E, et al. J Drug Educ 1985;15(4):3l1-26 
Using a stratified approach in substance intervention and 

prevention programs among adolescents: an empirical 

analysis. Selnow GW. J Drug Educ 1985;15(4):327-41 
Cognitive maturity and self management among adolescents 

with insulin-dependent diabetes mcllitus. Ingersoll GM, et 

al. J Pediatr 1986 Apr;108(4):620-3 
Social disaffection, friendship patterns and adolescent 

cigarette use: the Muscatinc Study. Krohn MD, et ill. 

J Sell Health 1986 Apr,56(4):146-S0 
Driving safety and adolescent behavior. Drown RC, et al. 

Pediatrics 1986 Apr;77(4):603-7 
Using group decision to reduce adolescent girls' smoking. 

Peterson AJ, et al. Psychol Rep 1986 Feb;58(l): 179-85 
(Psychosocial development of adolescents from 12 to 15] 

Almonte C, et al. Rev Chil Pcdiutr 1985 Jul-Aug; 

56(4):263-70 (Eng. Abslr.) (Spa) 

ADOLESCENT, HOSPITALIZED 

Nutritional support for hospitalized children. LeLeiko SS, 
et al. Hosp Pract [Off] 1986 Apr 15;2 1(4): 179-90 

ADOLESCENT MEDICINE 

Adolescent chemical dependency programs: meeting the 

need? [interview] Tapscott J. Iowa Med 1986 Mar; 

76(3):98-9, 137 
An impossible assignment for the pediatrician. Charles S, et 

al. Pediatrics 1986 Apr;77(4):549-50 
Adolescence an overview. Vaidya RA. Q Med Rev 1985 

Jul;36(3):l-34 
Adolescent health [editorial] Kibel MA, et al. 

S Afr Mcd J 1986 Mar l;69(5):273-4 

HISTORY 

[Epidemiological health service for child and adolescent 
hygiene in the Ukraine during the period of the elimination 
of the health consequences of World War II (1946-1950)] 
Borisenko NF, et al. Gig Sanit 1986 Feb;(2):34-7 (Rus) 

ADOLESCENT PREGNANCY see PREGNANCY IN 
ADOLESCENCE 

ADOLESCENT PSYCHOLOGY 

Adolescent personality traits that predict young adult drug 
use. Smith GM. Compr Ther 1986 Feb;12(2):44-50 

Observations on research in adolescence. Adelson J. 
Genet Soc Gen Psychol Monogr 1985 May ; lll(2):249-54 

Family relations in adolescence: myths, realities, and new 
directions. Hill JP. Genet Soc Gen Psychol Monogr 1985 



INDEX MEDICUS 

May;lll(2):233-48 (39 ref.) 
Clinical contributions to the developmental psychology of 

adolescence. Weiner IB. 

Genet Soc Gen Psychol Monogr 1985 May;lll(2):195-203 
Characterizing adolescents, middle-aged, and elderly adults: 

putting the elderly into perspective. Luszcz MA. 

Int J Aging Hum Dev 1985-86;22(2): 105-21 
Reducing adolescent smoking: a comparison of peer-led, 

teacher-led, and expert interventions. Clarke JH, et al. 

J Sch Health 1986 Mar;56(3):102-6 
An alcohol attitude scale for teen-agers. Torabi MR, et al. 

J Sch Health 1986 Mar;56(3):96-100 
Adolescent smoking [letter] Hassall IB. NZ Mcd J 1986 Mar 

12;99(797):169 

ADOPTION 

Relationship between foster care and adoption units serving 

developmentally disabled children. Coyne A, et al. 

Child Welfare 1986 Mar-Apr;65(2): 189-98 
Cooperative adoption: an alternative to independent 

adoption. Wells K, et al. Child Welfare 1986 Mar-Apr; 

65(2):177-88 
[Handicapped children in foster and adoption families] Ktihl 

J, et al. Off Gesundheitswcs 1986 Jan;48(l):28-30 (Eng. 

Abstr.) (Ger) 

ADOPTIVE CELL TRANSFER see IMMUNIZATION, 
PASSIVE 

ADOSTEROL see under STEROLS! 
ADP see ADENOSINE DIPHOSI'HATE 

ADRENAL CORTEX 

BLOOD SUPPLY 

Urokinase-type and tissue-type plasminogen activators have 
different distributions in cultured bovine capillary 
endothelial cells. Moscatelli D. J Cell Biochem 1986; 
30(1): 19-29 

DRUG EFFECTS 

Effect of oestrogen or cyproterone acetate treatment on 
adrenocortical function in prostate carcinoma patients. 
Schiirmeyer T, et al. Acta Endocrinol (Copcnh) 1986 Mar; 
lll(3):360-7 

Atrial natriuretie factor regulation of cyclic GMP levels and 
steroidogeuesis in isolated fasciculuta cells of rot adrenal 
cortex. Jaiswal N, et al. FEBS Lett 1986 Apr 7;1<J9(1): 121-4 

[Structural characteristics of the toxic action of styrene on 
the adrenal cortex] Poluchiev VV, et al. Gig Sanlt 1986 
Feb;(2):82-3 (Rus) 

ENZYMOLOGY 

Light and electron microscopic immunohistochemistry on 
the localization of cytochrome P-450 of the side chain 
cleavage system and of cytochroine P-450 of 1 1 
beta-hydroxylase in the bovine adrenal cortical cells. 
Ishimura K, et al. Arch Histol .Ipn 1985 Dec;48(5):541-6 

METABOLISM 

Steroidogenic characteristics of the adrenal cortex of the 
mare studied by electron microscopy. Almuhbobi G, el 
al. Arch Anat Microsc Morphol Exp 1985;74(3):193-203 

Regulation of rat and bovine adrenal metabolism of 
polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons by adrenocorticotropin 
and 2,3,7,8-tetrachlorodibenzo-p-dioxin. Diburtolomeis 
MJ, et al. Arch Biochem IJiophys 1986 Apr;246(t):428-38 

Low-density lipoprotein receptor activity in the guinea pig 
adrenal cortex. If. Zonal response to luninoglutetliiinide 
and 17 alpha-ethinylestradiol. Nunomuru K, et al. 
lliochim Hiophys Acta 1986 Apr 15;876(2):264-70 

Inhibition of ACTH action on cultured bovine adrenal 
cortical cells by 2,3,7,8-tetruchlorodibeiizo-p-dioxin 
through a redistribution of cholesterol. DiBartolomeis MJ, 
et al. J Biol Chem 1986 Apr 5;261(10):4432-7 

Alpha-human atrial natriuretie polypeptide inhibits 
steroidogenesis in cultured human adrenal cells. Higuchi 
K, et al. J Clin Endocrinol Metah 1986 May;62(5):941-4 

Adrenal androgen hyperresponsiveness to 
adrenocorticotropin in women with acne and/or hirsutism: 
adrenal enzyme defects and exaggerated adrenarche. Lucky 
AW, et al. J Clin Endocrinol Mctab 1986 May;62(5):840-8 

The mechanism of the effect of K-t- on the steroidogenesis 
of rat zona glomerulosa cells of the adrenal cortex: role 
of cyclic AMP. Hyatt PJ, et al. 
Proc R Soc Lond [Biol] 1986 Feb 22;227(1246):21-42 

Development of affinity resins for isolation of angiolensin 
receptors. Finn FM, ct al. Yale J Biol Mcd 1985 Nov-Dec; 
58(6):597-604 

PATHOLOGY 

Neonatal adrcnoleukodystrophy. Aubourg P, et al. 

J Ncurol Neurosurg Psychiatry 1986 Jan;49(l):77-86 
[Morphometric analysis of the regression in the changes 

occurring in the adrenal cortex in experimental 

hypercholesterolcmia] Tiuriukhanova ID, et al. 

Biull Eksp Biol Med 1986 Mar;101(3):365-7 (Eng. Abstr.) 

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ADRENAL CORTEX HORMONES 



PHYSIOLOGY 

[Role of brain noradrenergic mechanisms in disturbing the 
circadian rhythm of the functioning 
hypothalamo-hypophyseo-adrenal cortex system in white 
rats in early ontogeny] Maslova LN, et al. Ontogenez 1986 
Jan-Feb;17(l):56-61 (Eng. Abstr.) (Rus) 

SECRETION 

Serial stressors: prior exposure to a stressor modulates its 
later effectiveness on gastric ulceration and corticosterone 
release. Murison R, et al. Behav Neural Biol 1986 Mar; 
45(2): 185-95 

Nprepinephrine depletion in the paraventricular nucleus 
inhibits the adrenocortical responses to neural stimuli. 
Feldman S, et al. Neurosci Lett 1986 Feb 28;64(2):191-5 

In vivo responsiveness of the broilers ' adrenocortical system. 
Smoak KD, et al. Poult Sci 1986 Jan;65(l):194-6 

[Hormonal evaluation of the functional state of the gonads, 
thyroid and adrenal glands in obese children] 
Krawczuk-Rybakowa M, et al. Pediatr Pol 1985 Aug; 
60(8):558-64 (Eng. Abstr.) (Pol) 

ADRENAL CORTEX DISEASES 

COMPLICATIONS 

[Changes in the sense of taste in glucocorticoid-induced 
adrenal cortex insufficiency] Tj0nneland A. 
Ugcskr Lneger 1986 Feb 24;148(9):5i8 (Eng. Abstr.) 

(Dan) 

URINE 

Stimulation of gonadal steroid synthesis by chronic excess 
of adrenocorticotropin in patients with adrenocortical 
insufficiency. Vierhapper H, et al. J Clin Invest 1 986 Apr; 
77(4):1063-70 

ADRENAL CORTEX FUNCTION TESTS see under 
PITUITARY-ADRENAL FUNCTION TESTS 

ADRENAL CORTEX HORMONES 

ADMINISTRATION & DOSAGE 

Clinical evaluation of intra-articular injections for lumbar 
facet joint pain. Lnu LS, et al. Med J Aust 1985 Dec 9-23; 
143(I2-l3):563-5 

[Inhalation corticosteroids in asthma] Kreukniet J. 
Ned Tljdschr Genccskd 1986 Mar 22;13fl(12):524-6 (Dut) 

ANALYSIS 

Electron capture negative chemical ionization mass 
spectrometry of chemically oxidized corticosteroids. Her 
OR, et ul. Dlomed Environ Mass Spectrum 1986 Feb; 
13(2):57-63 

BIOSYNTHESIS 

Steroidogenic characteristics of the adrenal cortex of the 
mare studied by electron microscopy. Alnmhbobi G, et 
al. Arch Anat Microsc Morphol Exp 1985;74(3):193-203 

Alpha-human atrial natriuretie polypeplide inhibits 
.steroidogenesis in cultured human adrenal cells. Higuchi 
K, ct al. J Clin Endocrinol Metal) 1986 May;62(5):941-4 

BLOOD 

Clinical utility of adrenal steroid measurement by 
high-performance liquid cinematography in pediatric 
endocrinology. Stoner E, et al. J Chromntogr 1986 Jan 24; 
374(2):358-62 

METABOLISM 

Steroid metabolism in the seminal vesicles of the African 
catfish, Clarias gariepinus (Burchell), during the spawning 
season, under natural conditions, and kept in ponds. 
Schoonen WG, et al. Gen Comp Endocrinol 1986 Mar; 
61(3):355-67 

PHARMACODYNAMICS 

Serum bone Gla-protein compared to bone 

histomorphometry in endocrine diseases. Dclmas PD, et 

al. Bone 1985;6(5):339-41 
Development of an objective method for assessing topical 

corticosteroid efficacy. Trikam DS, ct al. 

Cent Afr J Mcd 1985 Nov;31(ll):228-9 
Induction of steroid-resistant lymphoid populations in renal 

dialysis patients: association with pretransplant transfusion. 

Bowes LG, et al. Transplant Proc 1986 Apr;18(2):281-4 

PHYSIOLOGY 

[Structural and cylochemical characterization of the salivary 
glands of odrenalectomized rats] Samar ME, et al. 
Rev Fae Clen Med Univ Nac Cordoba 1984;42(2); 1 1-3 (Eng. 
Abstr.) (Spa) 

SECRETION 

[Hormonal studies in diseases of the cardiovascular system] 
Kokot F, et al. Knrdiol Pol 1985;28(10):644-60 (Pol) 



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THERAPEUTIC USE 

Corticosteroids and inflammation. 7th European Workshop 

on Inflammation. Capri, Italy, April 18-19, 1985. 

Agents Actions 1986 Jan;17(3-4):247-406 
Immunoregulating influence of levamisole on migration of 

leukocytes in vivo and in vitro in patients treated for a 

long time with corticosteroids. Matusiewicz R, et al. 

Arch Immunol Ther Exp (Warsz) 1985;33(6):763-7 
The use of corticosteroid agents in connective tissue 

disorders. Barraclough D. Med J Aust 1986 Apr 14; 

144(8):427-32 (90 ref.) 
Should we treat herpes zoster with corticosteroid agents? 

Dickinson JA. Med J Aust 1986 Mar 31;144(7):375, 378-80 
Corticosteroid therapy in respiratory disorders. Trembath 

PW. Med J Aust 1985 Dec 9-23;143(12-13):607-9 (17 ref.) 
Corticosteroids for rheumatic disease. 1. Physiology, 

pharmacology, and therapeutic strategies. Jamieson T. 

Postgrad Med 1986 Apr;79(5):239-44 
Corticosteroids for rheumatic disease. 2. Effects on disease 

states, effects on bone. Jamieson T. Postgrad Med 1986 

Apr;79(5):247-8, 250 
[Myocardial involvement resolvent under corticotlierapy in 

the Churg-Strauss syndrome [letter]] Benitah E, et al. 

Presse Med 1986 Feb 8;15(5):216 (Fre) 

[Treatment of typhoid fever] Yasuda MA. Rev Paul Med 

1985 Sep-Oct;103(5):249-53 (Port 

ADRENAL CORTEX NEOPLASMS 

PATHOLOGY 

Adrenocortical adenoma with Gushing i syndrome in culture. 

Matsuo K, et al. Acta Pathol Jpn 1986 Jan;36(l):85-92 
Three primary tumors and no metastasis. Thomalla JV. 

Hosp Pract [Off] 1986 Apr 15;21(4):138F, 138H 
Nonfunctioning adrenocortical carcinoma in a young girl. 

Kishikawa H, ct al. Jpn J Surg 1985 Nov;15(6):477-82 

ULTRASTRUCTURE 

Absence of intermediate filaments in a human adrenal cortex 
carcinoma-derived cell line. Hedberg KK, et al. 
Exp Cell Res 1986 Apr;163(2):509-17 

ADRENAL GLAND DISEASES 

COMPLICATIONS 

Suprarenal haematoma versus neuroblastoma complicated by 
haemorrhage. A diagnostic dilemma in the newborn. EklbT 
O, et al. Acta Radiol [Diagn] (Stockh) 1986 Jan-Fcb; 
27(1):3-10 

DIAGNOSIS 

Comparative assessment of ultrasonography and computed 

tomography in adrenal disorders. Yamukita N, et al. 

Ultrasound Med Blol 1986 Jan;12(l):23-9 
[Ultrasonic diagnosis of neonatal adrenal hemorrhage] 

Zennari R, et al. Radiol Med (Torino) 1985 Dec; 

71(12):874-5 (Its) 

PATHOLOGY 

High-resolution real-time sonography of the adrenal glands: 

a routine examination? Marchal G, et al. 

J Ultrasound Med 1986 Feb;5(2):65-8 
Sonography of the adrenal glands in chronic disseminated 

histoplasmosis. Wilson DA, et al. J Ultrasound Med 1986 

Feb;5(2):69-73 



INDEX MEDICUS 

DIAGNOSIS 

Eohocardiographic findings in pheochromocytoma. Shub C, 
et a\. Am J Cardiol 1986 Apr 15;S7(]l):971-5 

Distraction by technology: a ventricular mass in a patient 
with pheochromocytoma. Robie PW. NC Med J 1986 Feb; 
47<2):65-7 

[Pheochromocytoma (editorial)] Grossman E, et al. 
Hnrefuah 1986 Jan l;110(l):47-9 (Heb) 

[A case of pheochromocytoma of paroxysmal type detected 
from a paradoxical response in GTT with ten years ' clinical 
course] Oki S, et al. Nippon Naika Gakkai Zasshi 1985 
Dec;74(12): 1720-5 (JP"> 

[Non-functioning tumors of the adrenal glands] Cortinas 
Gonzalez R, et al. Actas Urol Esp 1985 Sep-Oct;9(5):4l5-20 
(Eng. Abstr.) (Spa) 

DRUG THERAPY 

[Preoperative management of pheochromocytoma with 
prazosin: report of three cases] Sasaki M, et al. 
Hlnyoklka Kiyo 1986 Jan;32(l):61-6 (Eng. Abstr.) (Jpn) 

ETIOLOGY 

Malignant peripheral nerve sheath tumor arising in an adrenal 
ganglioneuroma in an adult male homosexual. 
Chandrasoma P, et al. Cancer 1986 May 15;57(10):2022-5 

FAMILIAL & GENETIC 

Serum calcitonin in thyroid disorders and in 
pheochromocytoma kindred. Hornicek FJ, et al. 
Ann Clln Lab Sci 1986 Mar-Apr;16(2):103-7 

NURSING 

[Nursing of patients after removal of pheochromocytoma] 
Xing XZ. Chung Hua Hu Li Tsa Chih 1985 Dec;20(6):323-4 

(Chi) 

PHYSIOPATHOLOGY 

Rapid cyclic fluctuations of blood pressure associated with 
treatment of pheochromocytoma by labetalol. Kojima S, 
et al. Jpn Heart J 1985 Nov;26(6):1039-41 

[The renin-angiotensin-aldosterone system in patients with 
pheochromocytoma. Evaluation of its interrelations with 
hemodynamics, electrolyte balance and kidney function] 
Wyrzykowski B, et al. Kardiol Pol 1985;28(6):374-81 (Eng. 
Abstr.) (Pol) 

RADIOGRAPHY 

Case report: adrenal hacmangioma coexisting with malignant 
haemangioeiidothelioma. Nakagawa N, et al. 
Clin Radiol 1986 Jan;37(l):97-9 

RADIONUCLIDE IMAGING 

[131-iodine meta-iodobenzylguanidine scintigraphy and 
therapy in malignant pheochromocytoma] Kessei F, et al. 
Internist (Berlin) 1986 Jan;27(l):70-3 (Ger) 

SECRETION 

Production and secretion of immunoreactive growth 
hormone-releasing factor by pheochromocytomas. Sano 
T, ct al. Cancer 1986 May 1;57(9): 1788-93 

SURGERY 

Anesthetic management of pheochromocytoma. Patt RB. 
Middle East J Anesthesiol 1986 Feb;8(4):277-85 



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DRUG THERAPY 

Pulsatile administration of human corticotropin-releasing 
hormone in patients with secondary adrenal insufficiency: 
restoration of the normal cortisol secretory pattern. 
Avgerinos PC, et al. J Clin Endocrinol Metab 1986 May; 
62(5):816-21 

ADRENAL GLAND NEOPLASMS 

COMPLICATIONS 

Suprarenal haematoma versus neuroblastoma complicated by 

haemorrhage. A diagnostic dilemma in the newborn. Eklof 

O, et al. Acta Radiol [Diagn] (Stockh) 1986 Jan-Feb; 

27(1):3-10 
Right ventricular inflow and outflow obstruction due to 

adrenal cell carcinoma. Carlin BW, et al. 

Cathct Cardioyasc Diagn 1986;12(l):51-4 
Mitral valve replacement complicated by unsuspected 

pheochromocytoma. Robertson JM, et al. 

J Thorac Cardioasc Surg 1986 Apr;91(4):630-3 
Hemorrhagic necrosis of pheochromocytoma associated with 

reversible renal artery stenosis. Kishikawa H, et al. 

Jpn J Surg 1986 Jan;16(l):46-51 
[Three cases of primary aldosteronism including one case 

with postoperative ventricular tachycardia] Ejiri S, et al. 

Hinyokika Kiyo 1986 Jan;32(l):67-76 (Eng. Abstr.) 

(Jpn) 



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Accessory adrenal: an incidental finding during orchiopexy. 
Wolloch Y, et al. Panminem Med 1986 Jan-Mar; 
28(l):47-9 

ANALYSIS 

Characterization of microtubule-associated proteins isolated 
from bovine adrenal gland. Kotani S, et al. 
Eur J Blochem 1986 Apr l;156(l):23-9 

BLOOD SUPPLY 

Increases in blood flow from the adrenal gland following 
medial hypothalamic stimulation in the cat. Bergdall VK, 
et al. J Auton Nerv Syst 1986 Mar;15(3>263-8 

CYTOLOGY 

Immunohistpchemical analysis of the localization of 

neuropeptides in the adrenal gland. Kondo H. 

Arch Histol Jpn 1985 Dec;48(5):453-81 (110 ref.) 
Transdifferentlation of endocrine chromaffin cells into 

neuronal cells. Ogawa M, et al. Curr Top Dev Biol 1986' 

20:99-110 (18 ref.) 

EMBRYOLOGY 

Normal feta! adrenal gland location [letter] Co CS, et al 
J Ultrasound Med 1986 Feb;5(2):117-8 

ENZYMOLOGY 

Cholinergic and GABAergic regulation of dopamine 
beta-hydroxylase activity in the adrenal gland of the rat. 



JUL 1986 

Lima L, et al. J Phurmacol Exp Thcr 1986 Air 

237(1):265-70 AF 

Reserpine and the monoamincrgic regulation of adrcoil 

dopamine beta-hydroxylase activity. Lima L et at 
Neuroscience 1986;i7(l):235-45 

INNERVATION 

Neuropeptide tyrosine (NPY)-like immunoreactivicy a 
adrenal chromaffin cells and intraadrena! nerve fiben of 
rats. Kuramoto H, et ul. Anat Rec 1986 Mar;214{3V3J14 

Ontogeny of adrenomedullary responses to hypoxi* K.4 
hypoglycemia: role of splanchnic innervation. Seidler f! 
et al. Brain Res Bull 1986 Jan;lfi(l):ll-4 

METABOLISM 

In vitro autoradiographic localization of ANP recepton ts 
rat kidney and adrenal gland. Chai SY, el al 
Am J Physiol 1986 Apr;250(4 Pt 2):F753-7 

Facilitation of acetylcholine-evoked catecholamlne rdtsu 
by cyclic AMP on isolated perfused dog adrenal glsc& 
Tsujimoto A, et al. Arch Int Pharmacodyn Tbor 1916 Fete 
279<2):304-13 

Calcium mobilization and catecholamine secretion in adrenal 
chromaffin cells. A Quin-2 fluorescence study Kj LS, 
et al. J Biol Chcm 1986 Apr 15;261(11):4881-S 

Metorphamide levels in chromaffin cells increase afta 
treatment with reserpine. Eiden LE, et al. J Ncnrodaza 
1986 May;46(5):1651-4 

Splanchnic nerve transaction abolishes the age-clcpsitder.i 
increase of neuropeptide Y~like immunoreaclivily hi m 
adrenal gland. Higuchi H, et al. J Ncurochem 19&6 Miv 
46(5): 1658-60 '' 

PATHOLOGY 

Effect of ascorbic acid on pituitary weight durintt tutu. 
Richardson JH. I'sychol Rep 1986 Peb;58(l):l73 -4 

PHYSIOLOGY 

Dual activation of the inositol-triphosplmte-caicntm M>4 
cyclic nuclcotide intracellular signaling syslcaw t> 
adrenocorticotropin in rat adrenal cells. Fnrcse RV. tv M- 
Biochem Biophys Res Cummun 1986 Mar 28;I350742-S 

PHYSIOPATHOLOGY 

Adrenal function in paraeoccidioidomycosis: a 
study in patients before and after ketoconaztfle 
Abad A, et al. Infection 1986 Jan-Feb; 14(l):22- 1> 

Stress adaptation and adrenal activity in isolated and cT>vb&d 
rats. Gamallo A, et al. Physiol Uchav 1986;3(>(2) 217. 31 

RADIONUCLIDE IMAGING 

Adrenal imaging with tcchnetium-99m-lahelll low draw.) 

lipoproteins. Isaacsohn JL, et al. Metabolism 1186 Alf 

35(4):364-6 
[Improvement in nidionuclide imaging of the 

Mirkhodzhaev AKh, ct al. Med Tckh I9H6 Jar. 

(l):50-3 (Eng. Abstr.) 

SECRETION 

Dia/.epam inhibits pniussiiim-induced aldostetonc 
in adrenal glomerulosa cell. Shibatu H, ct al. 
Blochem Biophys Res Commun 1986 Mar 28;I35O) W*-9 

In vitro study of frog (Rnna ridibunda 1'nllas) intcrrc?!,' 
function hy use of a simplified perifusion lytlffn VIII 
Structure-activity relationship of synthetic ACTII 
fragments and gamma-MSH. Leboulenger F, et n! 
Gen Comp Endocrinol 1986 Feb;61 (2): 187-96 

Orcadian rhythm of interrenal activity in Xcnp Ucv4 
Thurmond W, ct al. Gen Comp Endocrinol 1<*W Ft*- 
61(2):260-71 

ADRENAL HYPERPLASIA, 
CONGENITAL 

see related 

PUBERTY, PRECOCIOUS 
VIRILISM 

BLOOD 

Evidence for the secretion of an antiminernlocwteoasj a 
congenital adrenal hyperplasia. Kuhiile U, et al 
J Clin Endocrinol Metab 1986 May;62(5):934-W 

COMPLICATIONS 

[Digestive system in congenital adrenal cortex 
German SV, et al. Klin Med (Mosk) 1986 Jan; 



DIAGNOSIS 

Clinically silent congenital adrenal 
as ectopic adrenocorticotropic' ' hormone .. 
Georgitis WJ. Am J Med 1986 Apr;80(4):70J-4 

DRUG THERAPY 

Serum melatonin is not affected by 
replacement in congenital adrenal hyperp1&*w nwapg 
F, et al. Acta Endocrinol (Copenh) 1986 M&r,1liCiUiSW 



JUL 1986 



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ADRENERGIC BETA RECEPTOR 



FAMILIAL & GENETIC 

Gene conversion in salt-losing congenital adrenal hyperplasia 
with absent complement C4B protein. Donohoue PA, et 
a!. J Clin Endocrinol Metab 1986 May;62(5):995~1002 

ADRENAL MEDULLA 

CYTOLOGY 

Quantitative cytological analysis of functional changes in 
adrenomedullary chromaffm cells in normal, 
sham-operated, and pinealectomized rats in relation to time 
of day: I. Nucleolar size. Kachi T, et al. J Pineal Res 1984; 



DRUG EFFECTS 

[Pharmacological studies on the pressor response in 
adrenal-enucleated rats] Tomori M. 
Nippon Yakurigaku Zasshi 1986 Jan;87(l):67-76 (Eng. 
Abstr.) (Jpn) 

EMBRYOLOGY 

Coexpression of somatostatin-like immunoreactivity and 
catecholaminergic properties in neural crest derivatives: 
comodulation of peptidergio and adrenergic differentiation 
in cultured neural crest. Garcia-Arraras JE, et al. 
Dev Biol 1986 Mar;114(l):247-57 

ENZYMOLOGY 

Characterization and localization of neutral sphingomyelinase 
in bovine adrenal medulla. Bartolf M, et al. 
J Lipicl Res 1986 Jan;27(l):57-63 

IMMUNOLOGY 

Surface expression of neural cell adhesion molecule in 
cultured bovine paraneurones: immunogold and 
immunoperoxidase methods compared. Langley OK, et al. 
Neurosci Lett 1986 Feb 28;64(2):151-6 

METABOLISM 

Exogenous silver in dorsal root ganglia, peripheral nerve, 
enteric ganglia, and adrenal medulla. Rungby J. 
Acta Ncuropathol (Berl) 1986;69(!-2):45-53 

Neuropeptide tyrosine (NPY)-like immunoreactivity in 
adrenal chromuffin cells and intruadrenal nerve fibers of 
rats. Kuramoto H, ct al. Anat Rcc 1986 Mar;214(3):321-8 

Halothane inhibits the cholincrgic-receptor-mediated influx 
of calcium in primary culture of bovine adrenal medulla 
cells. Yashima N, et al. Ancsthcsiology 1986 Apr; 
64(4):466-72 

Hl-histamincrgic activation stimulates inositol-1 -phosphate 
accumulation in chromaffin cells. Noble EP, et al. 
Blochcm Biophys Res Coramun 1986 Mar 13;135(2):566 73 

Adrenal medullary responses to insulin-induced 
hypoglycaemia in the young rat. Influence of thyroid 
hormones. Gripois D, et al. J Alltun Ncrv Syst 1986 Feb; 
15(2): 165-78 

Ivtuscarinic receptor enhancement of nicotine-induced 
catecholamine secretion may be mediated by 
phosphoinositide metabolism in bovine adrenal chromaffin 
cells. Forsberg EJ, et al. J Blol Clicm 1986 Apr 15; 
261(1 1):49I5- 20 

Quantitative ultrastructural analysis of differences in 
exocytosis number in adrenomedullary adrenaline cells of 
golden hamsters related to time of day, pinealectomy, and 
intrucellular region. Kachi T, et al. J Pineal Res 1985; 
2(3):253-69 

Detection of the mRNA coding for enkephalin precursor 
in the rat brain and adrenal by using an In situ' 
hybridization procedure. Bloch B, et al. Ncurosc! Lett 1986 
Feb 14;64(l):29-34 

SECRETION 

Release of catecholamines from supervised bovine adrenal 
chromaffin cells cultured on microcarrier beads. Boarder 
MR, et al. J Ncurochem 1986 May;46(5): 1473-7 

The role of sensory fibres in the rat splanchnic nerve in the 
regulation of adrenal medullary secretion during stress. 
Khalil Z, et al. J Physiol (Lond) 1986 Jan;370:201-15 

ULTRASTRUCTURE 

Ultrastruetural and cytochemical characterization of adrenal 
medullary plasma membrane vesicles and their interaction 
with chromaffin granules. Rosenhcck K, et al. 
Biochlm Biophys Acta 1986 Apr 14;856(2):373-82 

ADRENALECTOMY 

Blocking effect of naloxone, dihydroergotamine and 

adrenalectomy in lithium-induced hyperglycaemia and 

glucose intolerance in the rat. Fontela T, et al. 

Acta Endocrinol (Copenh) 1986 Mar;lll(3):342-8 
Glucoregulatory role of cortisol and epinephrine interactions 

studied in adrenalectomized dogs. Gauthier C, et al. 

Am J Physiol 1986 Apr;250(4 Ft 1):E393-401 
Thermogenesis and sympathetic activity in BAT of overfed 

rats after adrenalectomy. Marchington D, et al. 

Am J Physiol 1986 Apr;250(4 Pt l):E362-6 
A comparison of the acute inflammatory response in 



adrenalectomiscd and sham-operated rats. Flower RJ, et 
al. Br J Pharmacol 1986 Jan;87(l):57-62 
Effect of adrenalectomy on intestinal absorption of glucose 
in rats. Qin ZY. Chin Mcd J [Engl] 1985 Sep;98(9):689-94 

ADRENALINE see EPINEPHRINE 

ADRENERGIC AGENTS see SYMPATHOMIMETICS 

ADRENERGIC ALPHA RECEPTOR 
AGONISTS 

PHARMACODYNAMICS 

Effects of alpha-adrenoceptor agonists and antagonists on 

duodenal surface epithelial HCOJ-secretion in the rat in 

vivo. Nylander O, et al. Acta Physiol Stand 1986 Mar; 

126(3):433-41 
Central and peripheral effects of S 3341 

[(N-dicyclopropylmethyl)-arnino-2-oxazoline] in animal 

models, van Zwieten PA, et al. 

Arch Int Pharmacodyn Thcr 1986 Jan;279(l):130-49 
Altered responsiveness to alpha- and bela-adrenoceptor 

stimulation in hepatocytes cultured in defined medium. 

Tsujimoto A, et al. Biochem Pharmacol 1986 Apr 15; 

35(8): 1400-4 
Desensitization of platelet alpha 2-adrenoceptors after short 

term infusions of adrenoceptor agonist in man. Jones CR, 

et al. Clin Sci 1986 Feb;70(2):147-53 
On the stimulation of respiration by alpha-adrenergic 

agonists in perfused rat. liver. Taylor WM, et al. 

Eur J Biochem 1986 Mar 3;155(2):319-22 
Somatostatin and alpha 2-adrenergic agonists selectively 

inhibit vasopressin-induced cyclic AMP accumulation in 

MDCK cells. Friedlander G, et al. FEBS Lett 1986 Mar 

17;198(l):38-42 
Conformationally defined adrenergic agents. 2. Catechol 

imida/oline derivatives: biological effects at alpha 1 and 

alpha 2 adrenergic receptors. DeUernardis JF, et al. 

J Mcd Chcm 1986 Apr;29(4):463-7 
Cardiovascular responses to the stimulation of alpha- 1 and 

alpha-2 adremiceptors in the conscious dog. Woodman OL, 

et al. i Phnrmacol Exp Thcr 1986 Apr;237(l):86-91 
Release of [3H]noradrenaline by alpha 1-adrenoceptor 

agonists. Vizi ES, et nl. Neurochcm Res 1986 Jon; 



hemodynomics after different methods of administration 
of the beta-adrenomimetic alupent in the treatment of 
discoordination of labor contractions] Abramchenko VV, 
et al. Akush Ginekol (Mosk) 1986 Jan;(l):47-8 (Eng. Abstr.) 

(Rus) 

DIAGNOSTIC USE 

Histopathological support of antagonism of allergen-induced 
mast cell mediator release in human skin by a 
beta-2-agonist. Grb'nneberg R, et al. Allergy 1986 Jan; 



Influence of prostaglandins and adrenoceptor agonists on 
contractile activity in the human cervix at term. Brynian 
I, et al. Obstet Gynecol 1986 Apr;67(4):574-8 

THERAPEUTIC USE 

[Peripheral dopaminergic receptor agonists as potential drugs 
in diseases of the circulatory system] Kostowski W. 
Pol Tyg Lek 1985 Dec 23-30;40(5 1-52): 1448-51 (35 ref.) 

(Pol) 

ADRENERGIC ALPHA RECEPTOR 
BLOCKADERS 

Alpha-atlrcnoccptor blocking activity of fcnoldopam (SK&F 
82526), a selective DAI agonist. Nakamura S, ct al. 
J Pharm Pliarraacol 1986 Feb;38(2):l 13-7 

METABOLISM 

A comparison of the binding characteristics of the alpha 
2-ndrenoceptor antagonists 3H-yohinibinc and 
3H-rauwolscine in bovine teat muscles. Roels E, ct al. 
Arch Int Phnrmncodyn Ther 1986 Feb;279(2):2 12-22 

Binding characteristics of the selective alpha 2-adrenoceptor 
antagonist [3H]idn/.oxati to rat olfactory cortex membranes. 
McLaughlin NJ, et al. Eur J Pharmacol 1986 Feb 11; 



PHARMACODYNAMICS 

Effects of alpha-adrenoceptor agonists and antagonists on 
duodenal surface epithelial HCO3-secretion in the rat in 
vivo. Nylander O, et al. Acta Physiol Scant! 1986 Mar; 
126(3):433-41 

Chemical modification of essential carboxyl group and 
histidine residue in the plasma-membrane 5 '-nucleotidase. 
Harb J, et al. Biochira Biophys Acta 1986 Mar 28; 
870(2):320-6 

Effects of alpha and beta adrenergic blockade on hepatic 
glucose balance before and after oral glucose. Role of 
insulin and glucagon. Chap Z, et al. J Clin Invest 1986 
Apr;77(4): 1357-69 

Interaction between antidepressants and alpha 1-adrenergic 
receptor antagonists on the binding to alpha 1-acid 
glycoprotein. Ferry DG, et al. J Phnrm Sci 1986 Feb; 
75(2):146-9 

ADRENERGIC ALPHA RECEPTORS see RECEPTORS, 
ADRENERGIC, ALPHA 

ADRENERGIC BETA RECEPTOR 
AGONISTS 

ADMINISTRATION & DOSAGE 

[Comparative evaluation of the status of central 



METABOLISM 

Thermodynamic properties of agonist interactions with the 
beta adrenergic receptor-coupled adenylate cyclase system. 
II. Agonist binding to soluble beta adrenergic receptors. 
Contreras ML, et al. J Pharmacol Exp Ther 1986 Apr; 
237(l):!65-72 

Thermodynamic properties of agonist interactions with the 
beta adrenergic receptor-coupled adenylate cyclase system. 
I. High- and low-affinity states of agonist binding to 
membrane-bound beta adrenergic receptors. Contreras 
ML, et al. J Pharmacol Exp Ther 1986 Apr;237(l): 154-64 

[Effect of pH changes on the binding of agonists and 
antagonists to the adrenergic beta receptor] Gcnde OA, 
et al. Acta Physiol Pharmacol Latinoam 1985;35(2):205-16 
(Eng. Abstr.) (Spa) 

PHARMACODYNAMICS 

Iloprost (ZK 36374) modulates the responses to 

beta-adrenoceptor agonists in guinea-pig airways and 

pulmonary vasculature. Tiirker RK, et al. 

Arch Int Physiol Biochim 1985 Nov;93(4):263-9 
Altered responsiveness to alpha- and beta-adrenoceptor 

stimulation in hepatocytes cultured in defined medium. 

Tsujimoto A, et al. Blochcm Pharmacol 1986 Apr 15; 

35(8):1400-4 
The effect of beta-adrenergic stimulation on the bladder and 

urethra following radical hysterectomy. Kerr-Wilson RH, 

et al. Gynecol Oncol 1986 Mar;23(3):267-74 
Quantitative evaluation of the beta 2-adrenoceptor intrinsic 

activily of N-lert-butylphenyletJianolamines. IJzerman 

AP, et al. J Med Chem 1986 Apr;29(4):549-54 
Beta agonist-induced desensitization in pig bronchus. Goldie 

RG, el al. J Pharmacol Exp Ther 1986 Apr;237(l):275-82 
Comparison of the effects of beta-adrenergic agents on pineal 

serotonin N-acetyltransferase activity and melatonin 

content in two species of hamsters. Steinlechner S, et al. 

J Pineal Res 1984;1(I):23-30 
Influence of prostaglsmdins and adrenoceptor agonists on 

contractile activity in the human cervix at term. Drymnci 

I, et al. Obstet Gynecol 1986 Apr;67(4):574-8 
The influence of bela-agonists on normal and 

clonidine-dccelerated noradrenaline turnover in the rat 

brain. Nowak G, et al. Pol J Phnnnncol Pharm 1985 

Nov-Dec;37(6):765-72 
The antagonist and partial beta agonist properties of 

celiprolol in isolated rut cardiac tissue. Smith RD, et al. 

Res Commun Chcm Puthol Pharmacol 1986 Feb; 

51(2):147-6I 

THERAPEUTIC USE 

Xamoterol, a new selective beUi-1-adrenoceptor partial 
agonist, in the treatment of postural hypotension. Mehlseti 
J, et al. Acta Med Scand 1986;219(2):173-7 

[Treatment of asthma attacks. Anticholinergic versus 
beta-2-adrencrgic agents [letter]] Joel FP, et al. 
Prcssc Mcd 1986 Feb 8;15(5):215 (Frc) 

ADRENERGIC BETA RECEPTOR 
BLOCKADERS 

ADMINISTRATION & DOSAGE 

Antihypertensive effecls of bisoprolol during once daily 
administration in patients with essential hypertension. A 
dose-ranging study with parallel groups. Wciner L, et al. 
Eur J Clin Pharmacol 1986;29(5):517-21 

ADVERSE EFFECTS 

Beta-blockers induce class II MHC antigens on psoriatic 
keratinocytes [letter] Czernielewski J, et al. Lancet 1986 
Apr 5;1(8484):808 

ANALYSIS 

[The basic study of analysis of beta-receptor blocking drugs 
by gas chromatography] Yamaji A, et al. 
Yakugaku Zasshi 1985 Dec;105(12):1179-83 (Eng. Abstr.) 

(Jpn) 

CHEMICAL SYNTHESIS 

4,5-disubstituted pyridazin-3(2H)-ones as hypotensive drugs: 
incorporation of a beta-blocking moiety. G6mez-Gil MC, 
et al. Arch Pharm (Weinheim) 1986 Jan;319(l):60-4 

Synthesis and beta-adrenoceptor blocking activity of 
thlophenic analogues of metoprolol. Conde S, et al. 
Farmaco [Scl] 1986 Jan;41(l):80-8 



63 



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METABOLISM 

Studies on the receptor profile of bisoprolol. Klockow M, 
et al. Arzneimittelforschung 1986 Feb;36(2):197-200 

[Effect of pH changes on the binding of agonists and 
antagonists to the adrenergic beta receptor] Gende OA, 
et al. Acta Physiol Pharmacol Latinoam 1985;35(2):205-16 
(Eng. Abstr.) (Spa) 

PHARMACODYNAMICS 

Mechanism of the antifibrillatory action of Chinoin-103, a 

new amiarrhythmic drug. Meszaros J, et al. 

Arch Int Phnrmacodyn Ther 1986 Fcb;279(2):268-81 
Tolerance to heat of rats treated by beta-blocker. Role of 

submaxillary salivary glands. Davidovic V, et al. 

Arch Int Physiol Biochim 1985 Nov;93(4):291-7 
Pharmacodynamic profile of the selective beta 

1-adrenoceptor antagonist bisoprolol. Harting J, et ai. 

Arzneimittelforschung 1986 Feb;36(2):200-8 
Influence of the beta-adrenergic antagonists propranolol, 

practolol and oxprenolol on the proliferation of rat jejunal 

crypt cells. Maurer-Schultze B, et al. Cell Tissue Kinet 

1986 Jan;19(l):109-20 
Stimulatory cholinergic effect on the release of 

antiaggregatory activity into the circulation of cat and man 

and its modification by beta-adrenergic antagonists. Swies 

J, et al. Eur J Clin Invest 1985 Dec;15(6):320-6 
Involvement of beta 2-adrenoceptor blockade and 

5-hydrpxytryptamine mechanism in inhibition of 

harmaline-induced tremors in rats. Paul V. 

Eur J Pharmacol 1986 Mar ll;122(l):lll-5 
Effects of chronic administration of selective betablockers 

on peripheral circulation of the lower limbs in patients with 

essential hypertension. Novo S, et al. Int Angiol 1985 

Apr-Jun;4(2):229-34 
Effects of alpha and beta adrenergic blockade on hepatic 

glucose balance before and after oral glucose. Role of 

insulin and glucagon. Chap 2, et al. J Clin Invest 1986 

Apr;77(4): 1357-69 
Flestolol: an ultra-short-acting beta-adrenergic blocking 

agent. Barton SD, et al. J Clin Pharmacol 1986 Mar;26 

Suppl A:A36-A39 
Esmolol: a novel ultra-short-acting beta-blocking agent. 

Keefe DL, et al. J Clin Plmrmacol 1986 Mar;26 Suppl 

A:A1-A2 
Esmolol and the adrenergic response to perioperative stimuli. 

Murthy VS, et al. J Clin Pharmacol 1986 Mar;26 Suppl 

A:A27-A35 
Pharmacology and pharmacokinetics of csmolol. Reynolds 

RD, et al. J Clin Pharmacol 1986 Mar;26 Suppl A:A3-A14 
The effect of varying carbachol concentration on the slope 

of Schild plots of selective beta-adrenoceptor antagonists 

in the carbachol-contracted guinea-pig trachea. Keith RA, 

et al. J Pharm Pharmacol 1986 Fcb;38(2):107-12 
The antagonist and partial beta agonist properties of 

celiprolol in isolated rat cardiac tissue. Smith RD, et al. 

Res Commun Chem Pathol Pharmacol 1986 Feb; 

51(2):I47-61 

THERAPEUTIC USE 

Effects on angina pectoris and exercise tests of a 2% 

nitroglycerin gel adhesive in patients on chronic 

beta-blockade. A placebo-controlled study. Rehnqvist N, 

et al. Actfl Meil Scand 1986;219{2).-147-52 
Effect of beta blockade with betaxolo! on left ventricular 

systolic function in chronic stable angina pectoris and left 

ventricular dysfunction. Alpert MA, et al. 

Am J Cardiol 1986 Apr l;57(10):72l-4 
Beta-adrenergic blockade in unstable angina pccloris. Singh 

BN, et al. Am J Cardiol 1986 Apr 15;57(ll):992-4 
Rcnin and beta-blockade: prorenin and aldosterone may 

explain the controversy. McKenna F, ct al. 

Clin Nephrol 1986 Mar;25(3): 149-54 
Relative polency of n beta-blocking and a calcium entry 

blocking agent as antihypertensive drugs in black patients. 

MTBuyamba-Kabangu JR, ctal. Eur JClin Pharmncol 1986; 

29(5):523-7 
Effects of esmolol on airway function in patients with asthma. 

Sheppard D, et al. J Clin Pharmacol 1986 Mar;26(3):169-74 
Clinical experience with esmolol, a short-acting 

beta-adrenergic blocker in cardiac arrhythmias and 

myocardial ischemia. Sung RJ, et al. J Clin Pharmacol 1986 

Mar;26 Suppl A:A15-A26 
Beta-blockade in the elderly [letter] van Zyl A, et al 

Lancet 1986 Mar 29;l(8483):733-4 
Two new beta-blockers for glaucoma. 

Med Lett Drugs Ther 1986 Apr 25;28(712):45-6 
[Double-blind study of betaxolol in patients with acute 

royocardial infarction] Yang XS. 

Chung Hua Nei Ko Tsa Chih 1985 Dec;24(12):712-4, 767 

(Eng. Abstr.) (Chi) 

[Regression of myocardial hypertrophy in hypertensives on 

chronic beta-receptor block] Franz IW, et al. 

Dtsch Med Wochenschr 1986 Apr 4;lll(!4):530-4 (Eng. 

Abstr.) ( G(!I .) 

[Comparison of the effect of a selective and a nonselective 

beta receptor blocker on the ischemic ST segment, lung 

function and stress-induced decrease in blood glucose] 

Brligmann U, et al. Herz 1986 Feb;ll(l):55-61 (Eng. 

Abstr.) (Ger ) 

[Possibilities and limitations of the use of beta-blocking 

agents in the therapy of arterial hypertension in pregnancy] 



INDEX MEDICUS 

Pasetto N. Clin Ter 1985 Dec 31;115(6):497-501 (18 ref.) 

(Ita) 

ADRENERGIC BETA RECEPTORS see RECEPTORS, 
ADRENERGIC, BETA 

ADRENERGIC-BLOCKING AGENTS see 
SYMPATHOLYTICS 

ADRENERGIC FIBERS 

ANALYSIS 

Neuropeptide Y, enkephalin and noradrenaline coexist in 
sympathetic neurons innervating the bovine spleen. 
Biochemical and immunohistochemical evidence. Fried G, 
et al. Cell Tissue Res 1986;243(3):495-508 

Histochemical studies of the adrenergic innervation of canme 
cerebral arteries. Kawai Y, et al. J Auton Nerv Syst 1986 
Feb;15(2):103-8 

DRUG EFFECTS 

Reserpine-induced effects in the adrenergic neuron as studied 
with cytofluorimetric scanning. Larsson PA, et al. 
Brain Res Bull 1986 Jan;16(l):63-74 

PHYSIOLOGY 

Adrenergic vasoconstriction lessens transmural steal during 
coronary hypoperfusion. Nathan HJ, et al. 
Am J Physiol 1986 Apr;250(4 Ft 2):H645-53 

ULTRASTRUCTURE 

Synaptic junctions between the adrenergic axon varicosity 
and the pinealocyte in the rat. Huang HT, et al. 
J Pineal Res 1984;1(3):2E1-91 

ADRENERGIC RECEPTORS see RECEPTORS, 
ADHENERGIC 

ADRENOCEPTORS see RECEPTORS, ADRENERGIC 

ADRENOCORTICOTROPIC HORMONE see 
CORTICOTROPIN 

ADRENOGENITAL SYNDROME see ADRENAL 
HYPERPLASIA, CONGENITAL 

ADRENOLEUKODYSTROPHY see under CEREBRAL 
SCLEROSIS, DIFFUSE 

ADRENOLYTICS see SYMPATHOLYTICS 
ADRENOMIMETICS see SYMPATHOMIMETICS 
ADRIAMYCIN see DOXORUBICIN 

ADULT 

ULA system, body fat and fat distribution in children and 
adulls. Bouchard C, et al. Int J Obcs 1985;9(6):411-22 

ADULT RESPIRATORY DISTRESS SYNDROME sec 
RESPIRATORY DISTRESS SYNDROME, ADULT 

ADVERTISING 

The war against tobacco [editorial] Houston T, et al. 

Am Farn Physician 1986 Apr;33(4):98, 100 
'Advertising restrictions relaxed by the GDC' [letter] 

Br Dent J 1986 Feb 22;l60(4):112-3 
The hype for rigid gas permeable contact lenses [editorial] 

Goldberg JB. J Am Optom Assoc 1986 Mar;57(3):172 
Immobilon advertisement [letter] Vet Rec 1986 Mar 8; 

118(10):283-4 
Advertising and the profession [letter] Frackowiak A. 

Vet Rcc 1986 Feb 15;118(7):191-2 

AEDES 

[Uioregulatory activity of Romanomermis (nematoda) 
culicivorax under laboratory conditions] Pridantzeva EA, 
et al. Rev Cubans Mcd Trop 1985 May-Aug;37(2):220-3 
(Eng. Abstr.) (Spa) 

MICROBIOLOGY 

Mosquito cell cultures and the study of arthropod-borne 
tognviruses. Igarashi A. Adv Virus Res 1985;30:21-42 (169 

PARASITOLOGY 

Fine structure and development of Pilosporella chapman! 

(Microspora: Thelohaniidae) in the mosquito, Aedes 

triseriatus (Say). Becnel JJ, et al. J Protozool 1986 Feb- 

33(l);60-6 
Development of Mansonella ozzardi in the Liverpool strain 

of Aedes aegypti [letter] Lowrie RC Jr, et al. 

Trans R Soc Trop Med Hyg 1985;79(6):877-8 

PHYSIOLOGY 

Lysosomes in the cessation of vitellogenin secretion by the 



JULW 

mosquito fat body; selective degradation d fe 
complexes and secretory granules. Raikliel AS 
Tissue Cell 1986;18(l):125-42 

AEROBIC BACTERIA see BACTERIA, AEROBIC 
AEROBIOSIS see under METABOLISM 

AEROMONAS 

ENZYMOLOGY 

Comparative electrophoretic profiles of eilennes, M< 
glutamate, lactatc and malate deliydroseSs, S 
Aeromonas hydrophila, A. caviae and A infcris. ftv 
B, et al. J Gen Microbiol 1985 DecjUl ('pi )ftj 

GROWTH & DEVELOPMENT 

Heme requirement for growth of fastidious atytaoii a*, 
of Aeromonas salmonicida. Ishiguro EE, el 
Appl Environ Microbiol 1986 Mar;51(3) ; (j6g.i9 

ISOLATION & PURIFICATION 

Prevalence, species differentiation, and 
Aeromonas strains in cases of childhood Mro 
in controls. Figura N, et al. J Clin MlcroWol 

ULTRASTRUCTURE 

Two patterns in the Aeromonas salmonicida A it*a a 
reflect a structural transformation that allm p^t 
Stewart M, et al. .1 Bacterlol 1986 Apr.lbWJ. : 

AEROSOL PROPKLLANTS see unJer Ar.KCMOU 

AEROSOLS 

Reservoir aerosol delivery systems [letlcrl NrVn tf 

el al. Clfn Pliann 1986 Mar;5(3):I')K ' 
Factors determining hygroscopic nennul ;',?; "..-;z>s | 

airways. Morrow PH. Physiol Rev I'ffifi A ti :-"*'! 

(1 34 ref) 

ADVERSE KFFECTS 

Detection of the cytngcnctic effect nf inlidi-' K- ;( 

the micronuck'us lest. Odagiri Y, el ill MSM Kt ^ 

Apr-May; 1 7()(1-2):7') -8.1 
[Acute toxic effect of I lie inhalation of mipiry . .rf<r-< 

Hoffmann G, ct al. 

Schriftcnr Ver Wnsscr linden I.iifthyg l'i' ' >," 

"i 

TOXICITY 

F.ffucls of ammonium nitrate acrosul rij. i . - ; 
structure of normal and elaslusc- ini|i:iiir.1 u : !.:,:.(.,! 
pigs. Unsch UI1, 1:1 ul. F.nviron Hcs I'Mld A;- *. . " 

AEROSPACE MEDICINE 

see related 

ACCIDENTS, AVIATION 
ALTITUDE 

DECOMPRESSION SICKNESS 
PROTECTIVE OKVICES 
SPACE FLIGHT 
Case #11: Aerospace mcilidiu! rusUlunl<i'(r,. t ' ; , 

left bundle block on screening cxnni. It,.,,- ; ;. -, 

Aviat Space Environ Med 1986 Apr;57(4i ' 
Ship/rig personnel abandonment anil hdi. ; ; 

crew/passenger immersion suits: the trip !-..-, ... 

North Atlantic. Brooks CJ. Avint Spice I IIR <*>J 

Mnr;57(3):276-82 
Systolic time intervals in pilots and nun f ; _ ; , 

degree head-up tilt. Dikshit MI), i'l al 

Aviat Space Environ Mcd 1986 Ar>r;57(4i ": * 
Comparison of human impact response in fni-tn. ; 

with and without a negative G strap. lkv - " J - 

Aviat Space Environ Mcd 1986 Apr;57(4t '- : ; 
Sudden emesis following parabolic Ris^i VSSK. 

implications for space motion siekiiev. I s'ls-.- 71 . 

Aviat Space Environ Med 1986 Apr;57Mi "*t - - 
Mild hypoxia and visual performance nh *:s;h' ) 

goggles. Leber LL, et al. Avint Spnc Mrinw *a 

Apr;57(4):3 18-24 
Hysterical deafness: an unusual prescntalw* \t vgm 4 

air traffic control officer. Maxwell VB, tl *. 

Aviat Space Environ Mcd 1986 Mnr,-57(li"> 4 
Head-up/head-down transition: mcnsurewa! na -ss^g 

times. Menu JP. Aviat Space Environ ,M1 . 1ft 

57(3):218-22 
Flight-skill decay and recurrent training CMfc 141 j 

Percept Mot Skills 1986 Feb;62(l ):23 J-4J 
[Cosmic pathophysiology] PospiSil M. CMfc f 

35(1):56-61 ( 

[Value of personnel selection for ip . 

requiring a high degree of accuracy of OM**Me'',2& 

LN, et al. Gig Tr Prof Zabol 1986 Ji;ll|** | 
[Medical provisions for nights conducted fe% 

Allatov IM, et al. Voen Med Zh 1986 



64 



JUL 1986 



EDUCATION 

Training of aerospace medicine physicians in the Soviet 
Union and the United States or America. Tokarev VF, 
et al. Avlat Space Environ Med 1986 Apr;57(4):376-80 

AET 

ANALOGS & DERIVATIVES 

Protection of monkeys against prolonged gamma-irradiation. 
Nikolov I, et al. Strahlenther Onkol 1986 Mar;162(3):200-4 

AFFECT 

The role of activity level and cognition in depressed mood 

in a university sample. Dobson KS, et al. 

J CUn Psychol 1986 Mar;42(2):264-71 
Influence of psychological factors on postoperative pain, 

mood and analgesic requirements. Taenzer P, et al. 

Pain 1986 Mar;24(3):331-42 
Affect and memory: a review. Blaney PH. Psychol Bull 1986 

Mar;99(2):229-46 (165 ref.) 
Affect intensity and self-consciousness in college students. 

Flett GL, et al. Psychol Rep 1986 Feb;58(l):148-50 
[A good mood. What everyone can contribute to its success 

(II)] Demling L. Fortschr Med 1986 Feb 27;104(8):70-1 

(Ger) 

AFFECTIVE DISORDERS 

BLOOD 

Neuroendocrine effects of carbamazepine in patients with 
affective illness. Joffe RT, et al. Epllepsla 1986 Mar-Apr; 
27(2): 156-60 

DIAGNOSIS 

Inventory identification of cyclothymia. IX. Validation in 
offspring of bipolar I patients. Klein DN, et al. 
Arch Gen Psychiatry 1986 May;43(5):441-5 

Post-stroke mood disorders. Robinson RG. 
Hosp Pract [Off] 1986 Apr 15;21(4):83-9 

OCCURRENCE 

Affective syndromes in a student population relative 

prevalence of various forms, types and subtypes. 

Considerations on evolution and recovery possibilities. 

lonescu R, et al. Ncurol Psychiatr (Bucur) 1986 Jan-Mar; 

24(l):23-34 
Psychiatric cases in community studies: how important an 

issue? Brown GW, et al. Soc Sci Med 1986;22(2):173-S3 

(70 ref.) 

PHYSIOI'ATHOLOGY 

Biological rhythms and affective illness. Plumlee AA. 
J Psychosoc Nurs Mcnt Health Serv 1986 Mar;24(3):12-7 

THERAPY 

ECT: exploring myths, examining attitudes. Talbot K. 
J Psychosoc Nurs Mcnt Health Serv 1986 Mar;24(3):6-ll 

AFFECTIVE DISORDERS, PSYCHOTIC 

CEREBROSPINAL FLUID 

Cerebrospinal fluid somatostatin and psychiatric illness. 
Rubinow DR. BIol Psychiatry 1986 Apr;21(4):341-65 

CHEMICALLY INDUCED 

[Encephalopathy in patients treated by hemodialysis as a 
psychiatric problem] Pilaczynska E. Psychiatr Pol 1985 
Sep-Oct;19(5):387-95 (37 ref.) (Pol) 

CLASSIFICATION 

American and European classifications of affective disorders. 
Paykel ES. Pharmacopsychtatry 1986 Jan;19(l):29~32 

DIAGNOSIS 

The 'Melancholia Rating Scale': a useful instrument for the 
assessment of affective disorders. Validity and reliability 
of the Spanish adaptation. Balms C, et al. 
Pharmacopsychiatry 1986 Jan;19(l):48-51 

FAMILIAL & GENETIC 

Affective disorders and associated psychopathology: a family 
history study. DUsaver SC, et al. J Clln Psychiatry 1986 
Apr;47(4): 162-9 

OCCURRENCE 

Affective syndromes in a student population relative 
prevalence of various forms, types and subtypes. 
Considerations on evolution and recovery possibilities, 
lonescu R, et al. Neurol Psychlatr (Bucur) 1986 Jan-Mar; 
24(l):23-34 

PHYSIOPATHOLOGY 

Interhemlspherlc transfer in major psychoses. Sohrift MJ, et 
al. J Nerv Ment Dli 1986 Apr;174(4):203-7 



INDEX MEDICUS 

[The circulatory system in patients with depression during 
treatment with antidepressive drugs. I. Analysis of ECG 
records during the depressive phase of affective diseases] 
Rajewska J, et al. Psychiatr Pol 1985 Jul-Aug;19(4):271-7 
(Eng. Abstr.) (Pol) 

[Effect of sleep deprivation on the clinical picture and various 
neurophysiological parameters of psychogenic depression 
syndromes] Sydor L. Psychiatr Pol 1985 Jul-Aug; 
19(4):285-90 (Eng. Abstr.) (Pol) 

PREVENTION & CONTROL 

The prophylactic lithium treatment in affective disorders and 
the possibilities of the outcome prediction. Hanul H, et 
al. Sb Ved Pr Lek Fak Univ Karlovy 1984;27(l):5-75 

PSYCHOLOGY 

[Results of studies of the social adaptation of patients with 
psychoses] Stupczynska E. Psychiatr Pol 1985 Sep-Oct; 
!9(5):380-6 (55 ref.) (Pol) 

AFFECTIVE PSYCHOSIS, BIPOLAR see BIPOLAR 
DISORDER 

AFFECTIVE SYMPTOMS 

see related 
EMOTIONS 

CHEMICALLY INDUCED 

Anosognosia in tardive dyskinesia: 'tardive dysmentia' or 
'tardive dementia'? Myslobodsky MS. Schizophr Bull 1986; 



AFTERIMAGE 



CHEMICAL SYNTHESIS 



COMPLICATIONS 

Concept of alexithymia. I. The prevalence of alexithymia 
in psychosomatic patients. Keltikangas-J'rirvinen L. 
Psychother Psychosom 1985;44(3):132-8 

DIAGNOSIS 

A validity study of a psychiatric screening questionnaire 
(SRQ-20) in primary care in the city of Sao Paulo. Mari 
JJ, et al. Br J Psychiatry 1986 Jan;148:23-6 

DRUG THERAPY 

Pharmacologio treatment of agitation associated with 
dementia. Rissc SC, et al. J Am Geriatr Sot 1986 May; 
34(5):368-76 (143 ref.) 

PHYSIOPATHOLOGY 

Alexithymia, hemisphericity, and conjugate lateral eye 

movements. Cole G, et al. Psychother Psychosom 1985; 

44(3):139-43 
Alexithymia and the split brain. IV. Gottschalk-Gleser 

content analysis, an overview. TenHouten WD, et al. 

Psychother Psychosom 1985;44(3):1 13-21 

PSYCHOLOGY 

Emotional distress and satisfaction in life among Holocaust 
survivors u community study of survivors and controls. 
Carmil D, et al. Psychol Med 1986 Feb;16(l):141-9 

AFFERENT PATHWAYS 

DRUG EFFECTS 

The primary afferent depolarizing action of kainate in the 
rat. Agrawal SO, et al. Br J Pharmacol 1986 Feb; 
87(2):345-55 

PHYSIOLOGY 

Afferent fibers from the septum terminate on 
gamma-amijiobutyric acid (GABA-) interneurons and 
granule cells in the area dentata of the rat. Schwerdtfeger 
WK. Expcrlcntia 1986 Apr 15;42(4):392-4 

Release of ethanolamine, but not of serine or choline, in rat 
ponline nuclei on stimulation of afferents from the cortex, 
in vivo. Perschak H, et al. J Neurochem 1986 May; 
46(5):1338-43 

Differential effects of manganese and magnesium on two 
types of slowly adapting cutaneous mechanoreceptor 
afferent units in frogs. Yamashita Y, et al. 
Pflugers Arch 1986 Feb;406(2):2 18-24 

AFFINITY, ANTIBODY see ANTIBODY AFFINITY 

AFFINITY LABELING REAGENTS see AFFINITY 
LABELS 

AFFINITY LABELS 

Photoaffinity labeling of the K562 cell membrane D-glucose 

transporter with cytochalasin B. Uezato T. Blochem Int 

1986 Feb;12(2): 199-206 
[Photoaffinity labeling of hCG receptor on rat luteal cells] 

Nishimura R, et al. 

Nippon Sanka Fujlnka Gakkal Zasshl 1986 Feb;38(2):261-2 

(Jpn) 



Synthesis and biological activity of derivatives of ubiquinone: 

photpaffinity analogues containing the 

4-azido-2-nitroanilmo group. Campbell HD, et al. 

Biochemistry 1986 Jan H;25(l):172-7 
Synthesis of 2,3-epoxypropyl 

O-beta-D-galactopyranosyl-(l ---- 6)-beta-D- 

galactopyranoside. Falent-Kwast E, et al. 

Carbohydr Res 1986 Jan 1;145(2):332-40 

METABOLISM 

Identification of polypeptides of the phencyclidine receptor 
of rat hippocampus by photoaffmity labeling with 
[3H]azidophencychdine. Haring R, et al. Biochemistry 1986 
Feb 11;25(3):612-20 

Photoaffinity labeling of alpha 1-adrenergic receptors of rat 
heart. Terman BI, et al. J Biol Chem 1986 Apr 25; 
261(12):5603-9 

PHARMACODYNAMICS 

Identification of tyrosine and lysine peptides labeled by 
5 -p-fluorosuifonylbenzoyl adenosine in the active site of 
pyruvate kinase. DeCamp DL, et al. J Biol Chem 1986 
Apr 5;261(10):4499-503 

AFIBRINOGENEMIA 

PHYSIOPATHOLOGY 

von Willebrand factor interaction with the glycoprotein 
Ilb/IIa complex. Its role in platelet function as 
demonstrated in patients with congenital afibrinogenemia. 
De Marco L, et al. J Clin Invest 1986 Apr;77(4):1272-7 

AFLATOXINS 

ADVERSE EFFECTS 

Chromosome damnge by dothistromin in human peripheral 
blood lymphocyte cultures: a comparison with aflatoxin 
Dl. Ferguson LR, et al. Mutat Res 1986 Apr-May; 
170(l-2):47-53 

BIOSYNTHESIS 

Winged bean (Psophocarpus tetragonolobus (L.) DC) as a 
substrate for growth and aflatoxin production by 
aflatoxigenic strains of Aspergillus spp. Bean G, ct al. 
Mycopathologla 1986 Jan;93(lT:3-7 

Production of aflatoxins by strains of the Aspergillus flavus 
group maintained in ATCC. Wei DL, et al. 
Mycopathologia 1986 Jan;93(l):19-24 

METABOLISM 

Is the activation of aflatoxin Bl catalysed by the same form 

of cytochrome P-450 as that 4-hydroxylating debrisoquinc 

in rat and/or man? Plummer S, et al. Arch Toxlcol 1986 

Feb;58(3).- 165-70 
Multiple aflatoxin Bl binding proteins exist in rat liver 

cytosol. Tuggurt P, et al. Proc Soc Exp Biol Med 1986 

May;182(l):68-72 
Specificity of aflatoxin Bl binding on human proto-oncogene 

nucleotide sequence. Moduli R, ct al. 

Prog Clin Biol Res 1986;207:147-58 

PHARMACODYNAMICS 

Decreased complement and bactcripstatic activities in the 
sera of cattle given single or multiple doses of aflatoxin. 
Thurston JR, et al. Am J Vet Res 1986 Apr;47(4):846-9 

AFP see ALPHA FETOPROTEINS 

AFRICAN HORSESICKNESS VIRUS see under 
REOVIRIDAE 

AFRICAN LYMPHOMA see BURKITT'S LYMPHOMA 

AFRICAN SWINE FEVER VIRUS see under 
IRIDOVIRIDAE 

AFTER CARE 

see related 
HALFWAY HOUSES 

[The history and development of follow-up medical care in 
Berlin] Triebel C. Off Gesundhettswes 1986 Feb;48(2):92-6 
(Eng. Abstr.) (Ger) 

METHODS 

[Aspects of vocational reintegratkm following myocardial 
infaret in relation to disease severity follow-up of patients 
with after-care treatment] Kauderer-Htlbe! M, et al. 
Rehabilitation (Stuttg) 1986 Feb;25(l):9-13 (Eng. Abstr.) 

(Ger) 

AFTERIMAGE 

PHYSIOLOGY 

Afterimages of sinusoidal, square-wave and compound 
gratings, Georgeson MA, et al, Villon Res 1985; 

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AFTERIMAGE 



25(11): 1709-20 

Brightness reversal in the natural visual environment: a 
Venetian blind effect. Walker JT. Vision Res 1985; 
25(12):1893-4 

AGAMMAGLOBULINEMIA 

ENZYMOLOGY 

[Multiple enzymatic changes in T4 and T8 lymphocytes in 
primary hypogammaglobulinemia in the adult] Matamoros 
Flori N, et al. Med Clin (Bare) 1986 Jan ll;86(l):4-6 (Eng. 
Abstr.) (Spa) 

ETIOLOGY 

[Tolerabillty and pharmacokinetics of an intravenous 
immtmoglobulin preparation in immunologically normal 
subjects and tolerability in patients with 
hypogammaglobulinemia resulting from chronic lymphatic 
leukemia] Huser HJ, et al. Schweiz Med Wochenschr 1986 
Feb l;116(5):151-6 (Eng. Abstr.) (Ger) 

IMMUNOLOGY 

Increased susceptibility to Mycoplastna infection in patients 

with hypogammaglobulinemia. Roifman CM, et al. 

Am J Med 1986 Apr;SO(4):590-4 
Phenotypically immature IgG-bearing B cells in patients with 

hypogammaglobulinemia. Fiorilli M, et al. 

J Clin Immunol 1986 Jan;6(l):21-5 
Mitogen-stimulated phospholipid synthesis in normal and 

immune-deficient human B cells. Chien MM, et al. 

J Immunol 1986 Apr 15;136(8):2844-50 
IgM production in hypogammaglobulinaemic patients during 

non-A, non-B hepatitis [letter] Hammarstrom L, et al. 

Lancet 1986 Mar 29;1(8483):743 

THERAPY 

An evaluation of the safety of three intravenous 
immunoglobulin preparations in patients with primary 
hypogammaglobulinaemia. Yap PL, et al. J Infect 1986 
Jan;12(l):5-10 

AGAR 

The quantitative and useful expression of the hardness of 
agar plate medium for mycoplasmas and bacteria. Kihara 
K, et al. J Biol Stand 1986 Jan;14(l):45-56 

THERAPEUTIC USE 

Chemical and physical properties of a hydrogel wound 
dressing. Kickhofen B, et al. Biomaterials 1986 Jan; 
7(l):67-72 

AGARICACEAE see AGARICALES 

AGARICALES 

A fatal poisoning from an amatoxin containing Lepiota. 
Haines JH, et al. Mycopathologia 1986 Jaii;93(I):15-7 

AGARICUS see under AGARICALES 
AGAROSE see SEPHAROSE 

AGE DETERMINATION BY 
SKELETON 

Semen characteristics in pubertal boys. II. Semen quality in 
relation to bone age. Janczewski Z, et al. Arch Androl 1985; 
15(2-3):207-11 

[Relations between development of the apophyses of the ilial 
crest (Risscr 's sign) and development of the hand skeleton 
in girls with scoliosis] Exner GU, et al. Z Orthop 1985 
Nov-Dec;123(6):910-2 (Eng. Abstr.) (Ger) 

[Determination of the skeletal age of Warsaw children by 
the TW 2 method] Niedlwiecka Z, et al. Pediatr Pol 1985 
Sep;60(9):625-30 (Eng. Abstr.) (Pol) 

AGE DETERMINATION BY TEETH 

[Approach to age determination based on dental 
morphological criteria obtained in microradiography, 
stereornicroscopy and scanning electron microscopy] 
Chomette G, et a!. Rev Stomatol Chir Maxillofac 1986; 
87(l):30-3 (Eng. Abstr.) (Fre) 

AGED 

see related 

HEALTH INSURANCE FOR AGED AND DISABLED, 

TITLE 18 

HEALTH SERVICES FOR THE AGED 

HOMES FOR THE AGED 

LONGEVITY 

PENSIONS 

RETIREMENT 

The effect of a vinyl floor surface and a carpeted floor surface 
upon walking in elderly hospital in-patients. Willmott M. 
Age Ageing 1986 Mar;15(2):119-20 
Care of the elderly in the emergency department. Lowenstein 
SR, et al. Ann Emerg Med 1986 May;15(5):528-35 



INDEX MEDICUS 



Geriatric medicine and social policy. Clln Gerlatr Med 1986 

Feb;2(l):l-211 , . . . 

Symposium on falls in the elderly: biologic and behavioral 

aspects. Clln Geriatr Med 1985 Aug;l(3):497-697 
Aging immunocytes and immunity. Characteristics and 

significance. Finkelstein MS. Clln Geriatr Med 1985 Nov; 

1(4):899-911 (75 ref.) . ,. 

Family atti-.udes to caring for the elderly mentally infirm 

at home. Gilleard CJ. Fam Pract 1986 Mar;3(l):31-6 
Hot weather, exercise, old age, and the kidneys. Eisenman 

PA. Geriatrics 1986 May;41(5):108-I0, 113-4 
Roentgenographic study of the chest of the aged special 

reference to 'senile lung' and the paraspmal line. 

Shimamoto H, et al. Hiroshima J Med Scl 1985 Dec; 

34(4):431-6 
Only the bad died young in the ancient Middle East. Arnett 

WS. Int J Aging Hum Dev 1985;21(2):155-60 
The Reagan-era shift toward restrictiveness in old age policy 

in historical perspective. Powell LA, et al. 

Int J Aging Hum Dev 1985;21(2):81-6 
Local simulations of alternative policies for financing services 

to the elderly. Brecher C, et al. Med Care 1986 Apr; 

24(4):363-76 
Using medical records for older patient education in 

ambulatory practice. Bronson DL, et al. Med Care 1986 

Apr;24{4):332-9 

PSYCHOLOGY 

Assessment of stress-buffering effects of social networks on 

psychological symptoms in an inner-city elderly 

population. Cohen Cl, et al. Am J Community Psychol 1986 

Feb;14(l):75-91 
The relationships between volition, activity pattern, and lite 

satisfaction in the elderly. Smith NR, et al. 

Am J Occup Thcr 1986 Apr;40(4):278-83 
Performance of normal elderly on the Boston Naming Test. 

LaBarge E, et al. Brain Lang 1986 Mar;27(2):380-4 
Social and psychologic factors related to falls among the 

elderly. Mossey JM. Clin Geriatr Med 1985 Aug; 

l(3):541-53 (44 ref.) 
Coping with the stress of medical problems among black 

and white elderly. Conway K. Int J Aging Hum Dev 

1985-86;21(l):39-48 
Social support and well-being: preliminary indicators based 

on two samples of the elderly. Levitt MJ, et al. 

Int J Aging Hum Dev 1985-86;21(l):61-77 
Characterizing adolescents, middle-aged, and elderly adults: 

putting the elderly into perspective. Luszcz MA. 

Int J Aging Hum Dev 1985-86;22(2):105-21 
The effect of disaster on the health and well-being of older 

women. Melick ME, et al. Int J Aging Hum Dev 1985-86; 

21(l):27-38 
[The relationship between the older person and the therapist] 

Smitka V. Cas Lek Cesk 1986 Feb 7;125(6):181-2 (Czc) 

AGED ABUSE see ELDER ABUSE 

AGEPC see PLATELET ACTIVATING FACTOR 

AGEUSIA see under TASTE DISORDERS 

AGGLUTINATION 

DRUG EFFECTS 

Modulation of lectin-stimulated lymphocyte agglutination 
and mitogenesis by estrogen metabolites: effects on early 
events of lymphocyte activation. Pfeifer RW, et al. 
Arch Toxicol 1986 Feb;58(3): 157-64 

AGGLUTINATION TESTS 

[Prospective evaluation of coagglutination and latex 
agglutination in the diagnosis of bacterial meningitis in 
childhood] Kobelt R, et al. Schweiz Med Wochenschr 1986 
Apr 5;!16(14):431-40 (Eng. Abstr.) (Ger) 

METHODS 
Amniostat FLM: a new technique for detection of 

phosphatidylglycerol in amniotic fluid. Weinbaum PJ, et 

al. Am J Pcrinntol 1985 Apr;2(2):88-92 
[A new sensitive detection method for haptoglobin using 

agglutination of antibody-labelled staphylococci] Nugai T. 

Kltasato Arch Exp Med 1985 Jun;58(l-2):25-9 (Ger) 

AGGLUTININS 

ANALYSIS 

Pseudothrombocytopenia: a cold autoantibody against 
platelet glycoprotein GP lib. van Vliet HH, et al. 
Br J Haematol 1986 Mar;62(3):501-ll 

[Isoagglutinins of the ABO system in universal blood 
preparations (KU-ABO) used for exchange transfusions in 
hemolytic disease of the newborn] Cwik J. Pediatr Pol 1985 
Sep;60(9):652-7 (Eng. Abstr.) (Pol) 

AGGLUTININS, PLANT see LECTINS 



JUL 1996 

AGGRESSION 

A review of treatment research for aggressive and disrupt"' 
behavior in the mentally retarded. Matson JL. et al 
Appl Res Ment Retard 1986;7(1):95-103 (13 re f.) 

Inhibition of infanticide after mating by wild male to* 
mice. McCarthy MM, et al. Physio! Behav !986;36(2):aW 



DRUG EFFECTS 

Therapeutic experience with lithium in 

aggressivity. Vetro A, et al. Neuropsvchobloloty W, 

14(3):121-7 
A possible confounding variable in different versions <A te 

'aggression machine' when used in research on gicoW. 

Gustafson R. Psychol Rep 1986 Feb;58(l):303-8 
Threat as a determinant of alcohol-related as 

Gustafson R. Psychol Rep 1986 FebjSSQ^a?- 
Effects of d-amphetamine on human aggressive 

Cherek DR, et al. Psychopharmacology (Berlin) IM 

88(3):381-6 
[The effect of methaqualone on the agonistic behavJCft d 

laboratory mice] Sulcova A, et al. Bratisl Lek list! KM 

Jan;85(l):40-8 (Eng. Abstr.) (ftd 

PHYSIOLOGY 

Aggressive behavior in adult male mice elevates scruja ttr* 

growth factor levels. Lakshmanan J. Am J I'hv&ls! ISSi 

Apr;250(4 Pt l):E386-92 
Food intake, aggression, and fear behavior in the wafer 

rat: control by neural systems concerned with milk ejcctta 

and maternal behavior. Hansen S, et nl. Itchav <*rd 

1986 Feb;100(l):64-70 
Murine aggression induced by a boar cheniosignal : 

presentation dependency. Ingersoll DW, ct al 

Physiol Behav 1986;36(2):263-9 
Behavioural, physiological and immunologies! 

of social status and aggression in chronically i'.<u&*.j 

resident-intruder dyads of male rats. Raab A. et ii 

Physiol Bchnv 1986;36(2):223-8 

PSYCHOLOGY 

An annual rhythm in the buttering of women Ms* ?* IIP 

et al. Am J Psychiatry 198ft Muy;143(S):f>.17 . *i 
Normative considerations in the labeling of harmfw! M-^&>i&' 

as aggressive. DeRidder R. J Soc I'sycluil I***' ffci 

125(5):659-66 
Imitation of aggression by Lebanese children WMIf IJ 

J Sue Psychol 1985 Oc;t;125(5):613-7 
Aggressive responses of adolescents lit ml rA^^fxi. 

frustrative situation. Tachibanu Y, et al. ISycbol KM ', 

Fcb;58(I):lll-S 

AGING 

Evaluation of localization and intensity <if thr irs,. >.,;..,, 

succinic dchydrogenase, NAOH tutru/.oli! rfrfu ,-a- i; 

laclate dehydrogenise in developing rjl .\ ! 

Physiological conditions. Cazdzik T, <:l ;il 

Acta Histochcm (Jena) l986;78(l):l-6 
Changes in human skeletal muscles ilur ' jt.^>,-, 

Histological and hislochrmioil ohsei vulinm t t , -> 

material. Oertcl G. Actn Neuropnlliul lltttfi ,'( 

69(3-4):309-13 
Abnormal indices of nutrition in On: cUK-ilv ;i ;..:, 

different clinical groups. Morgan DH, el nl Ag* KgtV 

1986 Mar;15(2):65-76 
Orcadian rhythms of heart rate and prumalurr ..:.--.< 

beats in the aged. Tammaro AE, el nl. Age A^t^i ; 

Mar;15(2):93-8 
Morbidity and mortality in an initially healthy Httr? . 5 .. ; -. 

findings after five years of follow-up. Th<tri f'Jj .'. 

Age Ageing 1986 Mar;15(2):105-10 
Atrial fibrillation and stroke in elderly hoHpiiala^r,.? ^ j.-^j 

Treseder AS, et al. Age Ageing 1986 Mar; 1*1.. , * j ',;' 
Parameters related to 25-OH-D levels in a |KIJ>U! 

study of women. Sowers MR, et al. Am 1 Mia 

Apr;43(4):621-8 
Senescence and baroreflex control [letter] Antir 

Am J Physiol 1986 Apr;250(4 Pt 2):R73.1--J 
Physical and metabolic correlates of sexual inavti. ; a ; a 

male mice. Branson FH, et al. Am J Physiol I 8 ***. ,%*' 

Pt 2):R665-75 
Cephalometric and craniometric age change* j~ K 

humans. Macho GA. Ann Hum Blot lt jl. t 

13(1^:49-61 
Growing old. Increased surgical risks in the etiteria a , 

ML. AORN J 1986 Apr;43(4):887-90 
Immune senescence: effect of age, sex and haiHJ" + 

blood mononuclear subpopulations. Deviei* J ,* 

Arch Gerontol Geriatr 1985 Dec;4(4):285 <H 
Neuropsychological test performances and mrf+jf 

Villardita C, et al. Arch Gerontol Geriatr *tl 

4(4):311-9 ' l 

Crohni disease in the elderly. A statistical cnmf .*,- 

younger patients matched for sex and durMtrrit # A 

Harper PC, et a!. Arch Intern Med 19S6 AprJ,^ 
Is colorectal carcinoma in the young a more dhfi -t. 

DOnofrio GM, et al. Aust NZ J Serg tit 

55(6):537-40 * 

Preserved spatial memory in old rats tttvi* f ^_ 

without training. Bierley RA, et al. Behav Nitjj 



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Mar;45(2):223-9 
Age-dependent propranolol clearance in perfused rat liver. 

Iwamoto K, et al. Biochem Pharmacol 1986 Apr 1; 

35(7): 1149-52 
2-14C-mevalonate oxidation during rat development. Hahn 

P. Biol Neonate 1986;49(3):168-71 
Development of serum hexosaminidase activity in infants. 

Shattuck KE, et al. Biol Neonate 1986;49(3): 126-31 
Light and scanning electron microscopic studies on wrinkles 

in aged persons skin. Tsuji T, et al. Br J Dermatol 1986 

Mar;114(3):329-35 
A quantitative developmental study of neutral lipids during 

myelinogenesis in the peripheral nervous system of normal 

and trembler mice. Juguelin H, et al. Brain Res 1986 Mar; 

390(2):249-52 
Ontogeny of adrenomedullary responses to hyppxia and 

hypoglycemia: role of splanchnic innervation. Seidler FJ, 

et al. Brain Res Bull 1986 Jan; 16(1): 11 -4 
Decreased velocity of shortening in arterial smooth muscle 

from older (28- to 31-week-old) spontaneously 

hypertensive rats. Packer CS, et al. 

Can J Physiol Pharmacol 1986 Jan;64(l):96-100 
The aging gut. Thomson AB, et al. 

Can J Physiol Pharmacol 1986 Jan;64(l):30-8 (122 ref.) 
Formation of the blood-testis barrier in the rabbit. Sun EL, 

et al. Cell Tissue Res 1986;243(3):575-8 
Symposium on the aging process. Clln Gcriatr Med 1985 Feb; 

1(1):1-309 
Environmental factors associated with stair accidents by the 

elderly. Archea JC. Ciin Geriatr Med 1985 Aug;l(3):555-69 
Visual depth illusion and falls in the elderly. Conn TE, et 

al. Clin Geriatr Med 1985 Aug; 1(3):60 1-20 (53 ref.) 
Biology, primary care, family, and community. A basis for 

rational geriatric care. Culpepper L, et al. 

Clin Geriatr Med 1986 Feb;2(l):37-51 (34 ref.) 
The aging gastrointestinal tract, liver, and pancreas. Geokas 

MC, et al. Clln Gcriatr Med 1985 Feb;l(l):177-205 (204 

ref.) 
The aging skin. Gomez EC, et al. Clin Geriatr Med 1985 

Fcb;l(l):2R5-305 (90 ref.) 
The aging skeleton. Gordan OS, et al. Clin Geriatr Med 1985 

Feb;l(l):95-118 (52 ref.) 
The L-ell biology of aging. Hayflick L. Clin Gcriatr Med 1985 

Feb;l(l):15-27 (50 ref.) 
Aging and atherosclerosis. Teasing out the contributions of 

time, secondary aging, and primary aging. Hazzard WR. 

Clin Gcriatr Med 1985 Feb;)(l):251-84 (51 ref.) 
The aging kidney. Kaysen GA, et al. Clin Gcriatr Med 1985 

Fcb;l(l):207-22 (102 ref.) 
Physiology of aging. Kenney RA. Clln Gcriatr Med 1985 

Feb;l(l):37-59 (62 ref.) 
The aging heart. Klausner SC, ct ul. Clin Gcriatr Med 1985 

Feb;l(l):l 19-41 (155 ref.) 
Senile gait. A distinct neurologic entity. Roller WC, et al. 

Clin Gcriatr Med 1985 Aug;l(3):661-9 (44 ref.) 
The aging respiratory system. Krumpe PE, et al. 

Clin Geriatr Med 1985 Feb;l(l):143-75 (225 ref.) 
Spatial orientation mechanisms and their implications for 

falls. Ldbowitz IIW, et al. Clin Gcriatr Med 19R5 Aug; 

I(3):57I-80 (23 ruf.) 
Abnormalities in blood pressure homeostasis that contribute 

to falls in the elderly. Lipsitz LA. Clin Gcriatr Med 1985 

Aug;l(3):637-48 (42 ref.) 
Age anrl (he endocrine system. Noth KM, et al. 

Clin Gcriatr Med 1985 Fcb;l(l):223-50 (256 ref.) 
Maintaining posture and avoiding tripping. Optical 

information for detecting and controlling orientation and 

locomotion. Owen DH. Clin Geriatr Med 1985 Aug; 

l(3):581-99 (67 ref.) 
Sensorimotor deficits related to postural stability. 

Implications for falling in the elderly. Stelmach GE, ct 

al. Clin Gcriatr Med 1985 Aug;1(3):679-94 (83 ref.) 
Aging: a challenge to science, society, and the individual. 

Strehler BL. Clin Geriatr Med 1985 Feb;l(l):5-13 
The aging brain. Vernadakis A. Clin Geriatr Med 1985 Feb; 

l(l):61-94 (241 ref.) 
Gait and balance in the elderly. Two functional capacities 

that link sensory and motor ability to falls. Wolfson LI, 

et al. Clin Geriatr Med 1985 Aug;l(3):649-59 (31 ref.) 
Differential changes in islet lysosomal enzyme activities in 

aging obese hyperglycemic mice. Lundquist I. 

Diabetes Res 1986 Jan;3(l):25-30 
Electron-microscopic study on the fibrillar network and 

fibrocyte collagen interactions in the vitreous cortex at 

the ora serrala of human eyes with special regard to the 

role of disintegrating cells. Gartner J. Exp Eye Res 1986 

Jan;42(l):2I-33 
Spatial and temporal mapping of the age-related changes 

in human lens crystallins. McFall-Ngai MJ, et al. 

Exp Eye Res 1985 Dec;41(6):745-58 
Age-induced changes in the aortas of rats. Kojimnhara M. 

Exp Pathol 1985;28(4):l91-5 
Measuring change in undergraduate students' perceptions 

about aging using the Palmore Facts on Aging Quiz. Dail 

PW, et al. Gerontol Geriatr Educ 1985 Summer;5(4):61-7 
Hepatic drug metabolism in the elderly. Kitani K. 

Hepatoiogy 1986 Mar-Apr;6(2):316-9 
The effects of aging on the hepatic microsomal 

mixed-function oxidase system of male and female 

monkeys. Maloney AG, et al. Hepatology 1986 Mar-Apr; 

6(2):282-7 
Altered endocrine and behavioral responses with 



reproductive aging in the male Japanese quail. Ottinger 

MA, et al. Horm Behav 1986 Mar;20(l):83-94 
Neuronal aging [letter] Pappolla MA, et al. Hum Pathol 1986 

Apr;17(4):428-9 
Age-related factors in carcinogenesis. Proceedings of a 

symposium. Leningrad, 7-9 December 1983. 

IAHC Sci Publ 1985;(58): 1-288 
Ageing of the immune system and diseases. Butenko GM. 

IARC Sci Publ 1985;(58):71-83 
Ageing and cancer in the light of the ontogenetic model 

of medicine'. Oilman VM. IARC Sci Publ 1985;(58):21-34 
Papilloma development on young nnd senescent mouse skin 

treated with 12-O-tetradecanoylphorbol 13-acetate. 

Ebbescn P. IARC Sci Publ 19S5;(58):167-70 
Kinetics and free-radical mechanisms of ageing and 

carcinogenesis. Emanuel NM. IAHC Sci Publ 1985; 

(58):127-50 (48 ref.) 
Change in the metastatic mode of B16 malignant melanoma 

in C57BL/6 mice with ageing and sex. Hirayama R, et 

al. JARC Sci Publ 1985;(58):85-96 
Ageing, DNA repair of radiation damage and carcinogenesis: 

fact and fiction. Lehmann AR. IARC Sci Publ 1985; 

(58):203-13 (61 ref.) 
Age-related changes in itnmunologic and hormonal activities. 

Makinodan T, et al. IARC Sci Publ 1985;(58):55-70 (81 

ref.) 
Changes in the adaptive system in ageing and cancer. 

Ostroumova MN, et al. IARC Sci Publ 1985;(58):247-51 
There is no such tiling as ageing, and cancer is not related 

to it. Peto R, et al. IARC Sci Publ 1985;(58):43-53 
Initiation and promotion in young and old animals. 

Implications for human tumour formation. Stenback F, et 

al. IARC Sci Publ 1985;(58): 151-66 
The growth hormone-glucose system in ageing and cancer. 

Tsyrlina YcV, et al. IARC Sci Pukl 1985;(58):261-6 
Heredity, age and cancer. Voitenko VP. IARC Sci Publ 1985; 

(58):35-42 
Angiology and geriatrics: a challenge [editorial] de Nicola 

P. Int Angiol 1985 Jul-Sep;4(3):265-6 
Capillaroscopy at the nail bed in functioning people aged 

70 and over. Merlen JF. Int Angio) 1985 Jul-Sep;4(3):285-8 
Aging and arterial functions. Miiller UT, et al. Int Angiul 

1985 Jul-Sep;4(3):267-74 
Microcirculation in the elderly. Tussi G, ct nl. Int Angiol 

1985 Jul-Scp;4(3):275-83 
Spatial development across the life span. Akiyuma MM, et 

al. Int .1 Aging Hum Dcv 1985;21(3): 175-85 
A review of life span research with the Twenty Questions 

Task: a study of problem-solving ability. Denney NW. 

Int J Aging Hum Dcv 1985;21(3):161-73 
A cross-cultural look at the relationship between age and 

innovative behavior. Green S, et al. 

Int J Aying Hum Dev 1985;21(4):255-66 
The meaning of time-related concepln across the life-span: 

an Israeli sample. Lomran/. J, et al. 

Int J AginR Hum Dev 19K5;21(2):87-107 
Adult age differences in visual search. Mason SF., et al. 

Int J Aging Hum Ocv i985;21(3):l87-% 
A cross-cultural health study of Japanese Eiml Caucasian 

ciders in Hawaii. Peterson MR, el al. 

Int J AginR Hum Ucv l l )85;21(4):267-79 
I'sychosocial development and subjective well-being in an 

age cross-section of adults. Tcsch SA. 

Int J Aging Hum Dev I985;21(2):109-20 
The 'life drawing' as a measure of time perspective in 

adulthood. Wliitbourne SK, ct ill. 

Int J Aging Hum Dev 1985-86;22(2): 147-55 
Maturation of therinoregulation in Zucker nits. Kaul R, et 

al. Int J Obes 1985;9(6):40!-9 
Decreased endothelial pump function with aging. O'Neal 

MR, et al. Invest Onhthalmol Vis Sci 1986 Apr;27(4):457-63 
Marked disparity between trubeculnr and cortical bone loss 

with age in healthy men [letter] Jensen PS. 

Invest Radiol 1986 Feb;2 1(2): 187-8 
Masking effects on ABR waves I and V in infants and ndults. 

Klein AJ. J Aeoust Soc Am 1986 Mar;79(3):755-9 
Age categorization of high-frequency auditory threshold 

data. Schechter MA, et al. J Aeoust Soc Am 1986 Mar; 

79(3):767-71 
Development of auditory-evoked potentials in the cat. III. 

Wave amplitudes. Walsh EJ, et al. J Aeoust Soc Am 1986 

Mar;79(3):745-54 
Development of auditory-evoked potentials in the cat. I. 

Onset of response and development of sensitivity. Walsli 

EJ, et al. J Aeoust Soc Am 1986 Mar;79(3):712-24 
Development of auditory-evoked potentials in the cat. II. 

Wave latencies. Walsh EJ, et al. J Aeoust Soc Am 1986 

Mar;79(3):725-44 
Renal effects of nonsteroidal antimflammatory drugs. 

Heightened risk to the elderly? Lamy PP. 

J Am Geriatr Soc 1986 May;34(5):361-7 (63 ref.) 
Aging, gastrointestinal infections, and mucosal immunity. 

Schmuoker DL, et al. J Am Geriatr Soc 1986 May; 

34(5):377-84 (66 ref.) 
Accessory sex gland function in normal young (20-25 years) 

and middle-aged (50-55 years) men. Rui H, et al. 

J Androl 1986 Mar-Apr;7(2):93-9 
Aging and the cardiovascular system. Docherty JR. 

3 Auton Pharmacol 1986 Mar;6(l):77-84 (72 ref.) 
Parathyroid hormone increases sodium/calcium exchange 

activity in renal cells and the blunting of the response in 

aging. Hanai H, et al. J Biol Chem 1986 Apr 25; 



261(12):5419-25 
Models for age structured populations with distributed 

maturation rates. Plant RE, et al. J Math Biol 1986; 

23(2):247-62 
Splanchnic nerve transection abolishes the age-dependent 

increase of neuropeptide Y-like immunoreactivity in rat 

adrenal gland. Higuchi H, et al. J Neurochem 1986 May; 

46(5): 1658-60 
Regional distributions of thiobarbituric acid-reactive 

products, activities of enzymes regulating the metabolism 

of oxygen free radicals, and some of the related enzymes 

in adult and aged rat brains. Mizuno Y, et al. 

J Neurochem 1986 May;46(5): 1344-52 
Age-related changes of myelin proteins in the rat peripheral 

nervous system. Uchida Y, et al. J Neurochem 1986 May; 

46(5):1376-81 
Development of the mature distribution of synapses on fibres 

in the frog sartorius muscle. Bennett MR, et al. 

J Ncurocytol 1985 Dec; 14(6):98 1-95 
Freeze-fracture analysis of synaptogenesis in gloroeruli of 

mouse olfactory bulb. Hwang HM, et al. J Neurocytol 1985 

Dec;14(6):997-1018 
Progression of age changes in mature mouse motor nerve 

terminals and its relation to locomotor activity. Robbins 

N, et al. J Neurocytol 1985 Dec;14(6):1019-36 
Metabolism of choline in brain of the aged CBF-1 mouse. 

Saito M, et al. J Neurosci Res 1986;15(2):197-204 
Growth patterns of glial cells dissociated from newborn and 

aged mouse brain with cell passage. Vernadakis A, et al. 

J Neurosci Res 1986;15(l):79-85 
The retardation of aging in mice by dietary restriction: 

longevity, cancer, immunity and lifetime energy intake. 

Weindruch R, et al. J Nutr 1986 Apr;ll6(4):64l-S4 
Age related cochlenr toxicity from noise and antibiotics a 

review. Bhattacharyya TK, et al. J Otolaryngol 1986 Feb; 

15(1):15-20 (61 ref.) 
Effect of nialamide on the metabolism of dopamine injected 

into the nucleus accumbens of old rats. Cousin KM, et 

al. J Pliarmncol Exp Ther 1986 Apr;237(l):25-30 
Effect of aging on drug-metabolizing enzymes important in 

acetaminophen elimination. Galinsky RE, et al. 

J Pharmacol Exp Ther 1986 Apr;237(l):107-13 
Cytogenetic variability of lymphocytes from phenoiypically 

normal men: influence of age, smoking, season, and sample 

storage. Sinha AK, ct al. J Toxicol Environ Health 1986; 

17(4):327-45 
Glycosnminoglycans in normal and atherosclerotic human 

coronary arteries. Yla-Herluiala S, et al. Lab Invest 1986 

Apr,54(4):402-7 
Age-dependent enhancement of diazepum sensitivity is 

accelerated in New Zcnliind Black mice. Forstcr MJ, el 

al. Life Sci 1986 Apr 14;38(15):1433-9 
Age-related changes in the rate of esterificaliun of plasma 

cholesterol in Fischcr-344 rats. Carlile SI, el al. 

Mech Ageing Dcv 1986 Jan;33(2):?.ll-20 
Proleoglycans in the substratum adhesion sites of human 

pupillary or reticular dermal fibroblasts. Aging in vivo or 

in vitro. Kent WM, et al. Mcch Aucine Dcv I<)KA Jan; 

33(2): 11 5-37 
The capability for regulation of insulin secretion by 

somatostatin in purified pancreatic isle;! B cells during 

aging. Magal E, et al. Mccli Agcinfj Dev 1986 Jan; 

33(2): 139-46 
Age-related change in ndrenergic regulation of glycogen 

phosphorylase in rat hepatocytes. Tsujimoto A, et al. 

Mcch Ageing Dcv 1986 Jan;33(2): 167-75 
A return to lime, cells, systems, ami aging: IV. Further 

thoughts on Gompertzian survival dynamics the neonatal 

yours. Wittcn M. Mech Ageing Dcv 1986 Jaii;33(2):177-10 
Immune response, tolerance circumvention and 

autoantibodics in aging MRL/Mp-lpr and MRL/Mp- I- 

mice. Ponnappun U, ct ul. Mol Immimul 1985 Dec; 

22(12):1407~14 
The aging physician ami current medical practice. Sunders 

JH Jr. NC Med J 1986 Feb;47(2):89-'Jl) 
Age-dependent spontaneous EEC bursts in rats: effects of 

brain phosphutidylserine. Aporti F, et al. 

Ncurobiol Aging 1986 Mar-Apr;7(2):l 15-20 
Effect of 64 hours of sleep deprivation upon sleep in geriatric 

normals and insomniacs. Bonnet MH. Ncurobiol Aging 1986 

Mar-Apr;7(2):89-96 
Testosterone is more effective than diliydrotestosterone plus 

estradiol in activating sexual behavior in old male rats. 

Chambers KC, et al. Neuroblol Aging 1986 Mar-Apr; 

7(2): 1 27-32 
Stability of dendrites in cortical barrels of C57BL/6N mice 

between 4 and 45 months. Coleman PD, et al. 

Neurobiol Aging 1986 Mar-Apr;7{2):101-5 
Age-related alterations in monoamirte release from rat 

striatum: an in vivo electrochemical study. Rose GM, et 

al. Neurobiol Aging 1986 Mar-Apr;7(2):77-82 
Hypothalamic aromotase activity in young and old male rats. 

Roselli CE, et al. Neurobiol Aging 1986 Mar-Apr; 

7(2):121-5 
3H-imipramine binding in aged mouse brain: regulation by 

ions and serotonin. Severson JA. Neurobiol Aging 1986 

Mar-Apr;7(2):83-7 
Orcadian temperature rhythms in young adult and aged men. 

Vitiello MV, et al. Neurobiol Aging 1986 Mar-Apr; 

7(2):97-100 
Effect of age on systolic intervals (STI). Arsenescu G, et 

al. Physiologic 1986 Jan-Mar;23(l):21-3 



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Increase in monocyte procoagulant activity with age. Calmus 
Y, et al. Thromb Res 1986 Jan l;41(l):133-6 

[Influence of growth on the pharrnacokinetics of drugs in 
newborn infants, infants, and children] Morselli PL. 
Ann Pediatr (Paris) 1986 Feb:33(2):151-60 (Eng. Abstr.) 

(Fre) 

[The sagittal compensation curve and its variation with age 
as an expression of age-related form and structural changes 
of the mandible. A theoretical and statistical study] Kubein 

D, et al. Fortschr Kieferorthop 1986 Jan;47(l):48-66 (Eng. 
Abstr.) (Ger) 

[Prevalence of glucose intolerance and diabetes in chronic 
liver disease. I. Influence of familial diabetes and aging] 
Buzzelli G, et al. Boll Soe Ital Biol Sper 1985 Oct 30; 
61(10):1439-44 (Eng. Abstr.) (Ita) 

[The influence of age on insulin sensitivity in 
non-insulin-dependent diabetes] Bonora E, et al. 
Minerva Endocrinol 1985 Jul-Sep;10(3): 171-4 (Eng. Abstr.) 

(Ita) 

[The effect of age on the response of insulin and C-peptide 
to oral glucose in non-insulin-dependent diabetes] Bonora 

E, et al. Minerva Endocrinol 1985 Ju!-Sep;10(3):165-9 
(Eng. Abstr.) (Ita) 

[Studies on metal (Zn, Cu, Fe) kinetics for ageing phenomena 
on lens] Ishii M, et al. Nippon Ronen Igakkai Zasshi 1985 
Nov;22(6):522-9 (Bug. Abstr.) (Jpn) 

[Effects of smoking on brain aging: II. Brain atrophy and 
smoking a quantitative study with computed tomography] 
Kubota K, et al. Nippon Ronen Igakkai Zasshi 1985 Nov; 
22(6):503-9 (Eng. Abstr.) (Jpn) 

[Neuropathology of the centenarian brains] Tomonaga M, 
et al. Nippon Ronen Igakkai Zasshi 1985 Nov;22(6):530-5 
(Eng. Abstr.) (Jpn) 

[The endocrine system in old age] Tatar P. Cesk Fyslol 1986; 
35(1>1-16 (122 ref.) (Slo) 

[Biomechanics of cartilage: its influence in the arthrosis of 
aging] Borrachero del Campo J. 
An R Acad Nac Med (Madr) 1985;102(4):385-401 (Spa) 

DRUG EFFECTS 

[Effect of ethanol on the DNA-polymerase activity in the 
liver subcellular fractions of adult and old rats] Levitskil 
EL, et al. Biull Eksp Blol Med 1986 Mar;101(3):309-10 
(Eng. Abstr.) (Rus) 

[Effect of calcium on the force-frequency ratio and resting 
potentiation in the myocardium of mature and old rats] 
Lobanok LM, et al. Biull Eksp Biol Med 1986 Mar; 
101(3):261-3 (Eng. Abstr.) (Rus) 

RADIATION EFFECTS 

Photoageing: the role of UVB, solar-simulated UVB, visible 
and psoralen UVA radiation. Pfau RG, et al. 
Br J Dcrmatol 1986 Mur;114(3):319-27 

AGITATION, PSYCHOMOTOR see PSVCHOMOTOR 

AGITATION 

AGMAT1NE see under GUANIDINES 

AGNOGENIC MYELOID METAPLASIA see MYELOID 
METAPLASIA 

AGNOSIA 

ETIOLOGY 

Pure word deafness: a possible explanation of transient 

deteriorations after extracranial-intracranial bypass 

grafting. Kanter SL, et al. Ncurosurgcry 1986 Feb; 
18(2): 186-9 

AGONISTIC BEHAVIOR see under AGGRESSION 
AGORAPHOBIA see under PHOBIC DISORDERS 

AGRANULOCYTOSIS 

BLOOD 

C-reactive protein levels in neutropenic patients with 
pyrexia. Gozzard DI, et al. CHn Lab Haematol 1985; 
7(4):307-16 

CHEMICALLY INDUCED 

Ritodrine-induced neutropenia. Wang-Cheng R, et al. 

Am J Obstet Gynecol 1986 Apr; 1 54(4):924-5 
Amodiaquine induced agranulocytosis and liver damage. 

Neftel KA, et al. Br Med J [Clln Res] 1986 Mar 15; 

292(6522):721-3 
Amodiaquine induced agranuloeytosis: inhibition of colony 

growth in bone marrow by antimalarial agents. Rhodes 

EG, et al. Br Med J [Clin Res] 1986 Mar 15;292(6522)i717-8 

ETIOLOGY 

[Use of the immunofluorescence method for detecting 

antibodies against blood platelets and granulocytcs in 

pregnant women] Maslanka K, et al. 

Acta Haematol Pol 1985 Jan-Jun;16(l-2):27-33 (Eng. 

Abstr.) (Pol) 

[Kala-azar and agranulocytosis (letter)] Fernandez Martin 

J, et al. Med Cltn (Bare) 1986 Jan 18;86(2):84 (Spa) 

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PATHOLOGY 

The value of skin biopsies in febrile, neutropenic, 
immunocompromised children. Allen U, et al. 
Am J DIs Child 1986 May;140(5):459-61 

Assessing the delivery of neutrophils to tissues in neutropenia. 
Wright DO, et al. Blood 1986 Apr;67(4):1023-30 

AGRAPHIA 

PSYCHOLOGY 

Linguistic semantic agraphta: a dissociation of the lexical 
spelling system from semantics. Roeltgen DP, et al. 
Brain Lang 1986 Mar;27(2):257-80 

AGRICULTURAL WORKERS' 
DISEASES 

CHEMICALLY INDUCED 

Prevention of acute parathion and demeton poisoning in 
farmers around Shanghai. Shih JH, et al. 
Scand J Work Environ Health 1985;11 Suppl 4:49-54 
[Poisoning in agriculture] Mikov MI, et al. 
Srp Arh Celok Lek 1985 Oct;113(10):909-17 (Eng. Abstr.) 

(Sec) 

AGRICULTURE 

Effects of coal-fired thermal power plant discharges on 

agricultural soil and crop plants. Ajmal M, et al. 

Environ Res 1986 Apr;39(2):405-17 
The tyrant of the garden. Lee RV. J Chronic DIs 1986; 

39(4):321-2 
Parental occupation and birth outcome in an agricultural 

community. Schwartz DA, et al. 

Scand J Work Environ Health 1986 Feb;12(l):51-4 
[Use of plant treatment substances in agriculture and their 

effects on ground water] Friesel P, et al. 

Schriftenr Ver Wasscr Boden Lufthyg 1985;65:357-66 

(Gcr) 

INSTRUMENTATION 

[Physiological and hygienic prerequisites to improving the 
design of the work places in the cabins of tractors and 
of self-propelled agricultural machinery] Cherniuk VI, et 
al. Gig Sanit 1986 Feb;(2):18-20 (Eng. Abstr.) (Rus) 

[Physiological hygiene evaluation of the working conditions 
for tractor and machinery operators in the repair shops 
of agricultural enterprises] Klinov AN, et al. Gig Sanit 1986 
Feb;(2):86-7 (Rus) 

AGROBACTERIUM 

GENETICS 

Physical and functional map of supervirulent Agrabacterium 
tumefaciens tumor-inducing plasmid pTiI3o542. Komari T, 
et al. J Uactcriol 1986 Apr;166(l):88-94 

Nucleotide sequence and expression of a Pseudomonas 
savastanoi cytokinin biosynthetic gene: hpmology with 
Agrobacterium tumefaciens tmr and Us loci. Powell GK., 
et nl. Nucleic Acids Res 1986 Mar 25;l4(6):2555-65 

METABOLISM 

Arginine catnbolism in Agrobacterium strains: role of the 
Ti plasmid. Dessaux Y, et al. J BactcrJol 1986 Apr; 
166(1):44-50 

AH 5158 see LABETALOL 

AID TO THE BLIND see SOCIAL SECURITY 

AID TO THE TOTALLY DISABLED see SOCIAL 

SECURITY 

AIDS see ACQUIRED IMMUNODEFICIENCY 
SYNDROME 

AIR 

Pulmonary air leak in extremely low birthweight infants. Yu 
VY, et al. Arch Dis Child 1986 Mar;61(3):239-41 

The effect of cold air on head posture. Huggare J, et al. 
Eur J Orthod 1986 Feb;8(l):17-20 

AIR BLADDER see AIR SACS 

AIR IONIZATION 

[Hygienic evaluation of an aerolonizer for bipolar ionization 
of the air of the work site in the electronics industry] 
Skorobogatova AM, et al. Gig Sanit 1986 Feb;(2):23-5 
(Eng, Abstr.) (Rus) 

AIR MICROBIOLOGY 

Airborne contamination during cardiopulmonary bypass: the 
role of cardiotomy suction, van Oeveren W, et al. 
Ann Thorac Surg 1986 Apr : 41(4):401-6 

Endemic nosocomial filamentous fungal disease: a proposed 



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structure for conceptualizing and studying tit 
environmental hazard. Rhame FS. Infect Cnntrnl lofniu. 
7(2 Suppl): 124-5 '"' l ** 

Reducing airborne microbes in the precllnical deal 
laboratory. Pagniano RP, et al. J Dent Educ 1986 Aw- 
50(4):234-5 ^' 

Ultra-clean air for surgery without the need for restricts 
partial wall enclosures [letter] Howorth FH I ani\( low 
Apr 12;l(8485):857-8 *** "* 

Aeroallergen skin sensitivity in patients with severe atttet 
during a thunderstorm [letter] Packe OE, et al. Lancet 15H 

Mycoflora and mycotoxin-producing funtri of ait-Am 
particles from Egypt. Abdel-Hafez SI, et al 
Mycopatholpgia 1986 Jan;93(l):25-32 

[Seasonal variation of allergy-causing fungi in the toutbtn 
part of Mexico City] Lopez Martinez R, et al. 
Allergol Immunopathol (Madr) 1986 Jan-Fcb'14{l)4J-l 
(Eng. Abstr.) ' '^ 

AIR MOVEMENTS 

[Initial experiences with the Nevermann instrument fe 
measuring room climate] V81ksch G, et al 
Z Gesamtc Hyg 1986 Jan;32(l):17-8 (Eng. Abstr.) (fei 

AIR POLLUTANTS 

Urban climate from the viewpoint of at.. 
environment. Kawamura T. Int J Iliometcorol 
Suppl 2:138-47 

ADVERSE EFFECTS 

Effects of peroxyacetyl nitrate alone and in combination wst 
ozone in healthy young women. Horvath SM, el a! 
J Air Pollut Control Assoc 1986 Mar;36(3):265-70 

[Effects of acid precipitation] Englert N. 
Schriftenr Ver Wasscr Bodcn Lufthyg 1985;65:]SS-I 

(/Ml 

[Acute toxic effect of the inhalation of impregnating ii> 
Hoffmann G, et al. ' 

Sehriftenr Vcr Wasser Uodcn Lufthyg 198S;65:IS9-T7 

iGtrl 
[Wood preservatives] Krause C. 

Schriftenr Ver Wasscr Uodcn Lufthyg I985;65:IOT-U 

(Go) 

[Significance of hypersensitivity of the respiratory imi f; 
inhaled pollutant stress] Magnussen H. 
Schriftenr Vcr Wasscr Uodcn Lufthyg 1985,65:65 7J 

'(*!) 

[The creation of an indicator for the health effeu i f u 
pollutants] Braun-Fahrliindcr C. Soz I'l n vcnUritK 3 !'' 
31(l):32-4 (Eng. Abstr.) i(^,j 

[Air pollution and lung diseases in udulls] Keller ft 
Soz Pruvcntivmed l')86;31(l):12-5 (Bug. Alntt I (Gel 

[Atmospheric; pollution and chronic respiratory (.!! 
Lellouch J. Soz Pravcntivmcd 1986;3 1(1):-I2 (l-'ng AS 1 ; 

Cdi 
[Health effects of air piillutants] Schlipk<!ter HW. f i i! 

So/. Prnvcntivmcd 1986;31(l):3-8 (Eng. Ahslr.J tl*j\ 

[Evaluation of the risk of internal contaminutiitn nf rr;t.") 

working in isotope laboratories] Adumiuk- /.if m*-4 J n il 

Med Pr 19K5;36(5):325-30 (Eng. Abstr.) (ft; 

ANALYSIS 

Randomization of grab-sampling strategies for tMirrott'-iV! 

annual exposure of U miners to Rn daughter* Ife * 

Health Phys 1986 Apr;50(4):465-72 
A diffusion barrier charcoal adsorption colki:. 

measuring Rn concentrations in indoor air. Cotuti 

al. Health Phys 1986 Apr;50(4):457-63 
Indoor uir quality in cold climates: hazards anil 

measures. Summary of an APCA international ij 

conference. Walkinshaw DS. J Air Pollut Control 

1986 Mar;36(3):235-41 
[Creating air pollution in closed areas by wt?l. 

handicrafts] Fischer M. 

Schriftenr Vcr Wasser Uodcn Lufthyg |985;65 K"i - 

[Analysis of soil air for volatile halogenated 
Neumayr V. Schriftenr Vcr Wasser Uodcn Lnfthjf 3i' 
65:387-403 

[Detection of air pollutants methodology and tatrnvnse. 
technic] Prescher KE. 
Schriftenr Ver Wasser Boden Lufthyg 1985.65:l,; 

iCt 

AIR POLLUTANTS, 
ENVIRONMENTAL 

Evidence of mountain cedar pollen in Tulsa. 

al. Ann Allergy 1986 Apr;56(4):295-9 
The management of risk for industrial meuUlfc 

vitro assessment of delivered dose per un 

RM. Prog Clln Bio) Res 1986;208;121-4 

ADVERSE EFFECTS 

[Magnesium, calcium and 

urine of persons chronically exposed to flisarsfesg Mb 
and after preventive administration of rnagssertiS; tt 
Guminska M, et al. Folia Med Cracov I98S;lCMi, 



A 13 

r fj- 



JUL 1986 



(Eng. Abstr.) (Pol) 

[Magnesium in the urine of persons chronically exposed to 
fluorides emitted by an aluminum foundry before and I 
year after closing down the source of emission] Guminska 
M, et al. Folia Med Cracov 1985;26(l-2):49-57 (Eng. Abi,tr.) 

(Pol) 

[ATP, glucose and lactate levels in the blood of persons 
exposed to fluorides before and after preventive 
administration of magnesium salts] Guminska M, et al. 
Folin Med Cracov 1985;26(l-2):93-7 (Eng. Abstr.) (Pol) 

[Effect of magnesium salts on the urinary excretion of 
fluorine in persons chronically exposed to fluorides] 
Gumiiiski T. Folia Med Cracov 1985;26(I-2):67-75 (Eng. 
Abstr.) (Pol) 

[Incidence of dental caries among children from the village 
Rzoz6w, living in an area of emission of fluoride 
compounds] Kaczmarczyk-Stachowska A, et al. 
Folia Med Cracov 1985;26(1-2):109-13 (Eng. Abstr.) 

(Pol) 

[Effect of fluoride-polluted environment on health status and 
development of children living in Rzozow] Pietrzyk JA, 
et al. Folia Med Cracov 1985;26(l-2):99-107 (Eng. Abstr.) 

(Pol) 

[Effect of selected weather conditions and air pollution 
associated with them on the mortality rate in Cracow] 
Powroznik M, et al. Folia Med Cracov 1985;26(1-2):1 15-20 
(Eng. Abstr.) (Pol) 

[Selected indicator enzymes in the blood serum of persons 
chronically exposed to fluorides before and after preventive 
administration of magnesium salts] Sterkowicz J, et al. 
Folia Med Cracov 1985;26(l-2):59-66 (Eng. Abstr.) (Pol) 

[Effect of the environment on the levels of selected 
bioelements in human body fluids (on the example of 
Cracow population)] Zielonka E, et al. 
Folia Mod Cracov 1985;26(l-2):153-66 (Eng. Abstr.) 

(Pol) 

[Decrease in the respiration rate in mice as an indicator of 
the irritating effects of chemical substances on the upper 
respiratory tract] Tomas T, et al. Met! Pr 1985; 
36(5):295-302 (Eng. Abstr.) (Pol) 

[Pollen fallout and symptoms of hay fever] Obtutowicz K, 
et al. Pol Tyg Lck 1985 Dec 2;40(48): 1338-40 (Eng. Abstr.) 

(Pol) 

[Relation between the biological effect and kinetics of quartz 
dust in the body] Elovskaia LT, et al. 
Gig Tr Prof Zabol 1986 Jan;(l):7-ll (Eng. Abstr.) (Rus) 

ANALYSIS 

The determination of tetraalkyl lend in air by a denuder 
diffusion technique. Fcbo A, et al. Sci Total Environ 1986 
Feb;48(3).- 187-94 

Trace elements in precipitation over an industrial area of 
Bombay. Mahaclevan TN, et al. Sci Total Environ 1986 
Fcb;48(3):2 13-21 

The distribution of mercury in the Indian population. 1'anday 
VK, et ul. Sci Total Environ I486 Feb;48(3):223-30 

[Methodological studies for the optimal description of the 
space-time structure of the emission field in communities 
with high population density. I. Determination of 
measurement values in characterizing emission status] 
Herbarth O, ct al. Z Gcsamte Hyg 1986 Jan;32(l)-.14-6 
(Eng. Abstr.) (Gcr) 

[Environmental pollution due to lead and cadmium: data from 
air sampling] Cerquiglini Montcriolo S, et al. 
Ann 1st Super Sanita l985;21(l):ll-7 (Eng. Abstr.) (Ita) 

POISONING 

Mortality from asthma and chronic bronchitis associated with 

changes in sulfur oxides air pollution. Imui M, et al. 

Arch Knviron Health 1986 Jan-Feb;41(l):29-35 
[Significance of lead pollution in human intrauterinc 

development] Sikorski R, et al. Wiad Lck 1985 New 15; 

38(22): 1586-92 (64 ref.) (Eng. Abstr.) (Pol) 

TOXICITY 

Cytotoxicity of volcanic ash: assessing the risk for 
pneumoconiosis. MMWR 1986 Apr 25;35(16):265-7 

[Various aspects of hygienic standardization in the complex 
and combined effects of chemical compounds and their 
combinations with other harmful environmental factors) 
Kasparow AA. Med Pr 1985;36(5):309-15 (9 ref.) (Pol) 

AIR POLLUTANTS, OCCUPATIONAL 

Cost-benefit analysis of the recovery of carbon disulfide in 
the manufacturing of viscose rayon. Liang YX, et al. 
Scflnd J Work Environ Health 1985; 11 Suppl 4:60-3 

ADVERSE EFFECTS 

Alveolar macrophage count as an indicator of lung reaction 
to industrial air pollution. Mylius EA, et al. 
Acta Cytol (Baltimore) 1986 Mar-Apr;30(2):157-62 

Choice reaction time in workers exposed to styrene vapour. 
Mackay CJ, et al. Hum Toxlcol 1986 Mar;5(2):85-9 

[Correlation between some physiochemical parameters and 
the biologic activity of industrial dusts] Dantscheva N, et 
al. Z Gcsamte Hyg 1986 Feb;32(2):91-2 (Eng. Abstr.) 

(Ger) 

[Problems of work hygiene and toxicology in the present-day 
manufacture of plastics of an epoxy resin base (review of 
the literature)] lavorovskil AP. Gig Tr Prof Zabol 1986 



INDEX MEDICUS 

Jan;(l):35-9 (42 ref.) (Rus) 

[Work hygiene and health status of workers in triacetate fiber 

plants] Ivanov NR, et al. Gig Tr Prof Zabol 1986 Jan; 

(l):14-7 (Eng. Abstr.) (Rus) 

ANALYSIS 

Fiber size and number in workers exposed to processed 

chrysotile asbestos, chrysotile miners, and the general 

population. Churg A, et al. Am J Ind Med 1986;9(2):143-52 
Determination of N-methylmorpholine in air samples from 

a polyurethane foam factory. Comparison between two 

methods using gas chromatography and isotachophoresis 

for analysis. Hansen L, et al. 

Scand J Work Environ Health 1986 Feb;12(l):66-9 
The relationship between the mass concentrations of sulphate 

and sulphur dioxide in air polluted with cement dust. 

Gentilizza M, et al. Sci Total Environ 1986 Feb;48(3):231-7 
Trace elements in precipitation over an industrial area of 

Bombay. Mahadevan TN, et al. Sci Total Environ 1986 

Feb;48(3):213-21 
[Gas chromatography demonstration of N2O-concentration 

in air using a radiation ionization detector] Popp P, et al. 

Anaesthesiol Reanim 1985; 10(3): 155-9 (Eng. Abstr.) 

(Ger) 
[Gas chromatographic determination of ketones present 

simultaneously in the air of Ihe work area and in the 

washings from workers' skin] Moshlakova LA, et al. 

Gig Sanit 1986 Feb;(2):90-l (Rus) 

[Determination of trace amounts of sym-triazines in the air] 

Petrosian MS. Gig Snnit 1986 Feb;(2):89-90 (Rus) 

[Photometric method of determining the admixtures VNII 

NP-117 and 117/t in the air of mines] Gorskaia RV, et 

al. Gig Tr Prof Zabol 1986 Jan;(l):39-40 (Rus) 

[Problem of determining fluorides in the air] lakimova VP, 

et al. Gig Tr Prof Zabol 1986 Jan;(l):42-4 (Rus) 

BLOOD 

Environmentally significant volatile organic pollutants in 

human blood. Antoine SR, et al. 

Bull Environ Contain Toxicol 1986 Mar;36(3):364--71 
Biological monitoring of styrene metabolites in blood. Lof 

A, et ul. Scand J Work Environ Health 1986 Feb;12(l):70-4 

POISONING 

[Method for the preparation of epidemiologie data in the 
evaluation of danger caused by chronically acting 
pollutants (exemplified by chronic carbon disulfide 
poisoning)] llerramann G, el al. Z Gcsiimtc Hyg 1986 Feb; 
32(2):85-8 (Eng. Abslr.) (Gcr) 

TOXICITY 

An unusual type of kcratopatliy observed in polyurethane 
workers and its reproduction in experimental animals. Potts 
AM, et ul. Am J Ind Med 1986;<)(2):203-13 

Function of monocytes in the retired workers of the 
Okunojima Poison Gas Factory. Yamakido M, ct al. 
Hiroshima J Med Sci 1985 Dec;34(4):425-30 

[Main trends in improving working conditions in viscous fiber 
plants] Kasparov AA, et al. Gig Tr Prof Znbol 1986 Jim; 
(l):ll-3 (Eng. Abstr.) (Rus) 

AIR POLLUTANTS, RADIOACTIVE see under AIR 
POLLUTANTS 

AIR POLLUTION 

Vasospastic tendency and Knynaud's phenomenon in smelter 
workers exposed to nrsenic. Lagerkvist B, et al. 
Environ Res 1986 Apr;39(2):465-74 

ADVERSE EFFECTS 

Short-term effects of air pollution on mortality in Athens. 

Hatzakis A, et al. Int J Epidcmiol 1986 Mar;15(l):73-81 
[Health status of the population in areas with various degrees 

of air pollution. II. Epidemiologic studies of children] 

Eikmann T, et al. Off Gesundheitswcs 1986 Jan;48(l):31-8 

(Eng. Abstr.) (Gcr) 

[I'seudocroup: Duisburg study] Haupt H. 

Scliriftenr Vcr Wasser Bodcn Lufthyg 1985;65:77-9 (Gcr) 
[Berlin pediatric study evaluation of respiratory function 

and anamncstic surveys of groups of children in the winters 

1982/83 and 1983/84] Havestadt C. 

Schriftcnr Vcr Wasser Boden Lufthyg 1985;65:55-63 

(Ger) 
[Air pollution and mortality. Results of a study in Berlin 

(West) from 1976 to 1982] Jalm A. 

Schriftenr Ver Wasser Boden Lufthyg 1985;65:81-90 

(Gcr) 
[Acid rain] Prescher KB. 

Schriftenr Ver Wasser Bodcn Lufthyg 1985;65:145-53 

(Gcr) 
[Public health evaluation of air pollutants effect of some 

primary (CO, NO) and secondary products (NO2, O3) from 

automobile emissions] Wagner HM. 

Scliriftenr Vcr Wasser Boden Lufthyg 1985;65:43-54 

(Ger) 
[Effect of the room environment on the condition of the 

human] Wegner J. 

Schriftenr Ver Wasser Boden Lufthyg 1985;65:1 15-22 

(Ger) 



AIRCRAFT 

[Air pollution and respiratory tract diseases in children] 

Ackermann-Liebrich II, et al. Soz Praventivmcd 1986; 

31(l):16-8 (Eng. Abstr.) (Ger) 

[Effect of meteorologic and atmospheric health factors on 

acute diseases of the respiratory tract in children as 

exemplified by the Biel region] Marty H. 

Soz Praventivmcd 1986;31(1):29-31 (Eng. Abstr.) (Ger) 
[Air pollution and lung cancer] Schiiler G. 

Soz Praventivmcd 1986;31(1):39-41 (Eng. Abstr.) (Ger) 
[Morbidity detection in general practice] Somaini B, et al. 

Soz Praventivmcd 1986;31(l):37-9 (Eng. Abstr.) (Ger) 

ANALYSIS 

[A data bank of international studies on pollution. Possibilities 

for its use by Switzerland] Rcy P, et al. 

Soz Praventivmed 1986;31(l):35-6 (Eng. Abstr.) (Frc) 
[Problems concerning clean air policy in a metropolis, 

exemplified by the Berlin situation] Kutzner K. 

Schriftenr Ver Wasser Boden Lufthyg 1985;65:27-4! 

(Gcr) 
[Pollution of the outdoor air. Sources, emissions, trends, smog 

episodes, transportation, areas of concentration] Lahmann 

E. Schriftenr Ver Wasser Boden Lufthyg !985;65:9-17 

(Gcr) 
[Air pollution in closed areas] Seifert B. 

Schriftenr Ver Wasser Bydcn Lufthyg 1985;65:91-10I 

(Ger) 
[Formation and transport of ozone and other photochemical 

oxidants] Moser W. Soz Praventivmed 1986;31(l):48-52 

(Eng. Abstr.) (Ger) 

[Pollution of room air] Schlatter J. Soz Prnvcntivmed 1986; 

31(l):53-4 (Eng. Abstr.) (Ger) 

[Extent and evaluation of air pollution in Switzerland] 

Wanner HU. Soz Praventivmed 1986;31(l):19-22 (Eng. 

Abstr.) (Ger) 

[Evaluation of automobile emissions as a basis for emission 

limit values] Prictsch W, et al. Z Gcsamte Hyg 1986 Jan; 

32(1): 10-3 (Brig. Abstr.) (Ger) 

PREVENTION & CONTROL 

[Perspectives of atmospheric pollution] Giovannini 13, et al. 

Soz Praventivmcd 1986;31(l):27-9 (Eng. Abstr.) (Frc) 
[Legal principles of clean air policy (laws, regulations, guide 

lines)] Lahmiinn E. 

Schriftcnr Vcr Wasser Boden Lufthyg 1985;65:l-7 (Ger) 
[Criteria for the establishment of emission limit values] 

Achermann B. Soz Praventivmcd 198fi;31(l):42-5 (Eng. 

Abstr.) (Gcr) 

[National Observation Network for Air Pollutants. 

Meusuremems up to now planned extensions] Gehrig R. 

Soz Praventivmed I986;31(l):46-8 (Eng. Abstr.) (Gcr) 
[Measures against air pollution] Leutcrt G. 

Soz Praventivmcd 1986;31(l):23-6 (ling. Abstr.) (Ger) 

AIR POLLUTION, RADIOACTIVE 

ANALYSIS 

[Radiation exposure and risk of ration in the room air of 
Swiss houses] Burkuri W. Sax Pravoiitivmed 1086; 
31(l):55-9 (Eng. Abstr.) (Gcr) 

PREVENTION & CONTROL 

The influence of 111: electrostatic nrvcipitamr and a 

mechanical filter on Rn decay products. Rujula M, et ill. 

Health Phys 1986 Apr;50(4):447-55 
[Radioactive substances in the environment minimuli/ution 

law and limit values] Gans I, el ul. 

Schriftcnr Ver Wasser Iloden Lufthye I985;65:437-46 

(Gcr) 
[Radiiition exposure in residential ureas] Wicke A, et al. 

Schriftenr Ver Wasser Bodcn LufthyR 1985;65:447-55 

(Ger) 

AIR POLLUTION, TOUACCO SMOKE see TOBACCO 
SMOKE POLLUTION 

AIR PRESSURE see under ATMOSPHERIC PRESSURE 
All! RADIOGRAPHY see PNEUMORADIOGRAPHY 

AIR SACS 

GROWTH & DEVELOPMENT 

Hormonnl basis for sexual dimorphism of the 
sound-producing apparatus of the oyster toadfisli. Fine 
ML, et al. Exp Ncurol 1986 May;92(2):289-98 

PHYSIOLOGY 

Air sac temperature and acid-base balance during thermal 
panting in ducks. Bicudo JE. Braz J Med Biol Res 1985; 
18(2): 179-85 

AIRCRAFT 

Air transport of critical patients in Alabama. The first four 
years' experience. Brewer ME, et al. Ala Med 1986 Feb; 
55(8):25-8 



69 




AIRCRAFT 

INSTRIMFMATION 

Hiiw rr.rJiial equipment on commercial airlines [letter] 
O-vAciril CJ N Kngl J Med 1186 Apr n ; 3!4<l-.IOS2 

AIRSICKNESS we MOTION SICKNESS 

AIRWAY OBSTRUCTION 

DIAGNOSIS 

IrAtriimenl M indicate scute airway obstruction in remote 
Smith RE. ct al. Med" Blol Kng Compul I986 



DRfC; TIIERAPV 

A single i Tally administered dose of almitrine improves 
pulmonary fas exchange during exercise in patients with 
shr.'m,; aar-fliwi obstruction. Escourrou P. et al. 
AM Ret Repir Dis l86 Apr;l33(4):562-7 

A Ciimparwn between fenoierol/ipratropium bromide 
combinations and salbutamol administered as nebulizer 
solutions assessing dose-response and duration of action. 
Mdntrth D Pharmatbenipeiitica I986;4<7):416-21 

ETIOLOGY 

I'itierr.s of variation in airflow obstruction and risk of death 

m clinically stable asthma. Bohadana AB, et al. 

Bnu J Med Biol Res I985;l8(2):I57-62 
Infiiinnulion and the late phase reaction in asthma: the effect 

of pdymurplwnuclear leukocyte depletion on airways 

obstruction and bronchial hyperreactivity in an animal 

rmxiel Murphj KR, et al. Dull Eur Physiopalnol Respir 

fgt.2: SuppI '7 48-53 
Disposable plastic diapers: a foreign body hazard. Johnson 

CM JJ Otolaryngol Head Neck Surg 1986 Feb.94<2):235-6 
Pseudotumor of the larynx an unusual cause of airway 

obstruction Keen M. et al. 

Otolar>iigol Head Neck Surg 1986 Feb;94(2):243-6 
Wh.i no-.e where it was? An unusual case of airway 

obstruction Vlantis AC. et a!. S Afr Med J I9S6 Mar I; 



PHVSIOPATHOLOGY 

Ci:n:cal studies on reversibility of pulmonary airway 
d}sfurutii*ns in asymptomatic smokers: role of nervous 
rncvhanwii in small airway disease. Rahman MM. 
Hiroshima J Med Sei 19S5 Dec,34(4):399-418 

Densty dependence of maximal expiratory flow before and 
J-:ir: trj.-heal constriction in dogs. Castile RG, ct al. 
J Appl Physiol 19S6 Mar;60(3):10bO-6 

SL'RGKRY 

Mar.Jih-hr growth direction following adenoidectomy. 
L'.riJer-Avonson S. et al. Am J Orthod 1986 Apr 

f'Mir.'-M 

l.irs :n Ju;;iv.s and management (lung cancer). Chest 
ls<.'6 Apr>l4 Supp!i.33:S-334S 

THKRAPY 

Mar.-jtemrr.t i'f jn infant with prenatal ultrasound diagnosis 
. f iif-pcr airwa\ obstruction. Hohnger LD, et al. 
lot J Pediatr Otorhinolaryngol 1985 Dec;IO{3):263-70 

EJ:'..-r:il wis premature and misleading: The Heimlich 
rnar,e;r.?r [letter] Public Health Rep 1986 Mar-Apr 

iu!: 1:2-3 
AIRWAY RESISTANCE 

Com pans, in ^f drug responses in vivo and in vitro in airways 
<'f Jog-, with and without airway hyperresponsiveness. 
Dowries H, el al J Pharmacol 'Eip Ther 1986 Apr 

:;ri i> :u-o v 

DRUG KFFKCTS 

MoJuIatwn if in vitro anaphylaus of guinea-pig isolated 
trachea! segment., by a^elastine, inhibitors of arauhidonic 
aciJ mr!aS>:i-m and selected antiallergic drugs. Chand N 
et al Br J Pharmacol 19S6 Feb;87(2):443-8 

Diflerential effects of methacholinc and leukotriene D4 on 
cwh..' nuLlex>nJe content and isoproterenol-induced 
relaxation in the opossum trachea. Torphy TJ, et al 
J Pbmrraacol Kip Ther 19S6 Apr;237(l):332-40 

l-ffec'.s of vylium cyanide and nicotine on upper airway 
reMsuiwe in anestheti/ed dogs Strohl KP, et al 
Rmpir Phjslol 19is6 Feh.63(2): 161-75 

[Compir:v>n of the effect of a selective and a nonsclective 
bela reveptor MiicLer on the ischemic ST segment, lung 
functira arid stress-induced decrease in blood glucose! 
Brugtrunn L*. et al Hera 19g6 Feb;U(l):55-61 
Afntr.l 



METHODS 



------ rhinomanomclry: a new method for the 

c.intcaj exploration of the nasal respiratory function 

SiTlwS'i et " 1 - Arth lBlfest MHl * n) 1985 Ju '-Sep; 

l3 275-11 (Eng,Sp) 



70 



INDEX MEDICUS 

AJMALINE 

ANALOGS & DERIVATIVES 

Comparative antiarrhythmic efficacy of verapamil, 
17-monochloracetylajmaline, mexiletine and airnodarone 
in patients with severe chagasio myocarditis; relation with 
the underlying arrhythmogenic mechanisms. Haedo AH, 
et al J Am Coll Cardlol 1986 May;7(5): 1 114-20 



DIAGNOSTIC USE 

Comparison of exercise and ajmaline tests with 
clectrophysiologic study in the Wolff-Parkinson-White 
syndrome. Eshchar Y, et aJ. Am J Cardlol 1986 Apr 1; 
57(IO):7S2-6 

PHARMACODYNAMICS 

[The effect of ajmaline and amiodarone on the heart 
conduction system] Pleskot M, et al. Vnltr Lek 1986 Feb; 
32(2):165-72 (Eng. Abstr.) (Cze) 

AKINETIC PETIT MAL see EPILEPSY, PETIT MAL 
AKR VIRUS see under MOUSE LEUKEMIA VIRUSES 
ALAMETHICTN see under ANTIBIOTICS 

ALANINE 

Backbone dynamics of a model membrane protein: 13C NMR 
spectroscopy of alanine methyl groups in 
detergent-solubilized M13 coat protein. Henry GD, et al. 
Biochemistry 1986 Feb 1 1;25(3):590-8 

ANALOGS & DERIVATIVES 

Inactivalion of glucosamine-6-phosphate synthetase from 
Salmonella typhimurium LT2 by fumaroyl 
diaminopropanoic acid derivatives, a novel group of 
glutamine analogs. Chmara H, et al. 
Bioehim Biophys Acta 1986 Mar 28;870(2):357-66 

ANALYSIS 

17O NMR investigation of the hydration of L-alanine and 
L-proline in wnter/Me2SO mixtures. Spisni A, et al. 
Biochem Biophys Res Commun 1986 Mar 13;135(2):363-6 

METABOLISM 

Alanine and inter-organ relationships in branched-chain 
amino and 2-oxo iicid metabolism. Review. Palmer TN, 
et dl. Biosci Rep 1985 Dec;5(12):1015-33 (85 ref.) 

Hepatic, gluconeogenesis from alanine: 13C nuclear magnetic 
resonance methodology for in vivo studies. Stromski ME, 
et al. Map Reson Med 1986 Feb;3(!):24-32 

PHARMACODYNAMICS 

Mechanism of Ca2+ and dipicolinic acid requirement for 
L-alanine induced germination of Bacillus cereus BIS-59 
spores. Kamat AS, et at. Microbios 1985;44(177):33-44 

ALANINE AMINOTRANSFERASE 

BLOOD 

Review of pyridoxal phosphate and the transaminases in liver 
disease. Vanderlinde RE. Ann Clln Lab Sci 1986 Mar-Anr- 
16(2):79-93 (78 ref.) P ' 

Relationship between serum enzyme activity in acute 
myocardial infarction and morbidity during a 2-year 
follow-up. Herliti J, et al. Cardiology 1986;73(2):85-93 

Source of increased serum aspartate and alanine 
aminotransfera.se: cycloheximide effect on carbon 
tetrachloride hepatotoxicity. Pappas NJ Jr 
ain Chim Acta 1986 Feb 15;154(3):181-9 

Trialhlete characterization and response to prolonged 
strenuous competition. Holly K.G, et al. 
Med Sci Sports Exerc 1986 Feb; 18(1): 123-7 

METABOLISM 

Plasma pyridoxal phosphate concentrations and coeniyme 
stimulation of erythrocyte alanine aminotransferase 
activities of white and black adolescent girls. Driskell JA 
et al. Am J Clin Nutr 1986 Apr;43(4):599-603 



ACID 



under AMmo ^ 



ALBINISM 

see related 
CHEDIAK-HIGASHI SYNDROME 

COMPLICATIONS 

Retinal vascular and optic nerve abnormalities in albinism. 



Spedick MJ, et al. J Pediatr Ophthalm;! 

Mar-Apr;23(2):58-63 

PHYSIOPATHOLOGY 

Visual evoked cortical and subcortical pit! 
albinos. Harding GF, et ul. Doc Ophthal^ 
62(l):81-8 ^ 

Muscle involvement in a case of ocutnCBf*ss*** ~if 
Hamano K, et al. Neuropedlatrics l^Kfo f-*?* 

ALBUMINS 

Albumin 
Crit 



lin microspheres as drug carriers. M^rae*-*"' 1 ;,* 
Rev Ther Drug Carrier Syst 19H5.2; 1 1 1* *" "*" 

ANALYSIS 

Isoelectric focusing in low-denaturing nieil * ' *^" 1 "' 
in renal disease of variation of tiie ir ''<,"* "' n 
albumin not related to 11 remnrkab!? ( / 1 *' i 
variation. Candiano G, et al. J Cliromsbsigf ?"'' "*' 
374(2):279-88 

GENETICS 

Transcripttonal and post-transcriptionol injt*'? 
gene expression by estrogen in Xennpui h-* 
et al. Mol Cell Endocrinol 1986 Mitr.*4* , ;<:: '" 

METABOLISM 

Quantitation of the relationship between -f.- "s 
intercellular cleft morphology and pcniica*' . v < <* 
Zimmerman M, et al. Atheroselere*** '** 
59(3):277-82 

SECRETION 

[Action of the extract from the optic rriia, i'i ' "" 
and adult snails on the in vivo develnrmir.-.! "* >" "" 
gland of Helix aspersaj Bride J, el nl 
Gen Comp Endocrinol 1986 Mai-;6l(3):.lM* ',' 1 < " 



ALBUMINURIA 

DIAGNOSIS 

Rapid, competitive enzymoimrmimiiiss.iy f 
urine. Chesham J, el al. Clin Chum l')Kfi At 

[Laser immunonephelornetry. A n w 
determination of microalbumimiriii Jh'Mrj ' 
al. Presse Mud 1986 Feb 22;I5(8):3'JH 

[Radioimmunoassay of urinary albumin <-j; 
diabetic nephropathyV] Krernpf M, i 1 ! ,\\ 



Rev Med Interne 1985 Dec;6(5):5U> -III,., 

DRUG THERAPY 

Effects of improved glycemic control nil ><..- i/- 1 . 
in adolescents with iiisulin-dcpeiulriii tin' 1 *--: = 
Ellis D, etal. Int 3 Pediatr Nephrol l l >Hd J*-. V-t, 

URINE 

Microalbuminuria in diabetes [letter] I-'nciirt ;- * 

NZ Med J 1986 Mar 12;99(797):16<) 
[Microalbuminuria and early cleti-cltnn ' ..-. 

nephropathy] Chachati A, et al. Kev Med I = >; 

15;41(4):H7-21 (31 ref.) 

ALBUTEROL 

ADVERSE EFFECTS 

Hypokalemia from usual salbutumol ciosugc (Jf^c- ^, 

I, et al. Chest 1986 Apr;89(4):619-20 
Reversible acute renal failure precipilalcil hs :- 

ibuprofen and salbutamol [letter] Rogers St -: t. 

Lancet 1986 Mar 29;l(8483):737-8 

PHARMACODYNAMICS 

Tissue specific modulation of beta-udrcn<H.-ers 1 -IKC,;. 
rats with chronic hypoxia with nn ntteniuitrii fnoa, 
down-regulation by salbutamol. Wintei RJ. in t. 
Clin Sci 1 986 Feb;70(2):l59-65 

Comparison of the cardiac effects of bela -3nlf - 

agonists in anaesthetised and conscious dog 
et al. J Auton Pharmacol 1 986 Mnrjefl): 1 * H 

THERAPEUTIC USK 

Carbuterol, salbutamol and DSCG in e\cva-m 
asthma. Tabas A, et al. Allergol Immunopmlwl 
Nov-Dec;13(6):493-500 ^^ 

A comparison between fenoterol/ipralrop* 
combinations and salbutamol administered -m 
solutions assessing dose-response and dunttttm ssg 
Mclntosh D. Pharmatherapeutica 1986;4(7te4ifc-3l 

favorable results of the treatment of the hypo***!!* 1 
ot periodic paralysis with salbutamol] Rym A. m .*, 
Neurol Neurochir Pol 1985 Sep-Oct; 19C5l*-^ 1 
Abstr.) K ' ' ; 



JUL 1986 

ALCALIGENES 

ENZYMOLOGY 

Mechanism of alpha-amino-epsilon-caprolactam racemase 
reaction. Ahmed SA, et al. Biochemistry 1986 Jan 28; 
25(2):385-8 

GENETICS 

Plasmid DNA of virulent Alcaligenes faecalis. Luginbuhl 

GH, et al. Am J Vet Res 1986 Mar;47(3):619-21 
Investigation of cadmium resistance in an Alcaligenes sp. 

McEntce JD, ct al. Appl Environ Microbiol 1986 Mar; 

51(3):515-20 
Ribulose-bisphosphate carboxylase manipulation in the 

hydrogen bacterium Alcaligenes eutrophus. Andersen K, 

et al. Biochem Soc Trans 1986 Feb;14(l):29-31 
Expression of the Escherichia coli pfkA gene in Alcaligenes 

eutrophus and in other gram-negative bacteria. Steinbiichel 

A. J Uacteriol 1986 Apr;166(l):319-27 

METABOLISM 

Quantitative selection of denitrifying bacteria in continuous 
cultures and requirement for organic carbon. II. Maltose. 
Jaworowsku-Deptuch H, et al. Acta Microbiol Pol 1985; 
34(3-4):293-300 

ALCIAN BLUE see under INDOLES 
ALCLOFENAC see under PHENYLACETATES 
ALCOHOL ABUSE see ALCOHOLISM 

ALCOHOL AMNESTIC DISORDER 

DRUG THERAPY 

Cognitive enhancement in Korsakoff^i psychosis by 
clonidine: a comparison with L-dopa and ephedrine. Mair 
KG, et al. Psychopharmacology (Berlin) 1986;88(3):374-80 

PHYSIOPATHOLOGY 

P3 and ulher long latency auditory evoked potentials in 
presenile dementia Alzheimer type and alcoholic Korsakoff 
syndrome. St Cluir DM, ct al. Ur J Psychiatry 1985 Dec; 
147:702-6 

PSYCHOLOGY 

Semantic encoding deficits in frontal lobe disease and 
amnesia Freedman M, et al. Brain Cogn 1986 Jan; 
5(1):108-14 

ALCOHOL DEHYOROGENASES sec ALCOHOL 
OXIDOREDUCTASES 

ALCOHOL DRINKING 

Public information and education sections of the Report of 

the Presidential Commission on Drunk Driving: a critique 

and a discussion of research implications. Malfetti JL. 

Accid Anal Prov 1985 Aug;17(4):347-53 
The relationships among driving while impaired charges, 

police drinking-driving roadcheck activity, media 

coverage and alcohol-related casualty traffic accidents. 

Mercer GW. Accid Anal Prev 1985 Dcc;17(6):467-74 
Alcohol policy and the Presidential Commission on Drunk 

Driving: the paths not taken. Mosher JF. 

Accid Anal Prey 1985 Jun;17(3):239-50 
Drinking-driving accident countcrmeusures: why not try 

changing the environment? Thomson GA. 

Accid Anal Prcv 1985 Jun;17(3):207-10 
Is social drinking during pregnancy harmless? There is reason 

to think not. Blume SB. Adv Alcohol Subst Abuse 1985 

Fall- 1986 Wintcr;5(l-2):2<)9-19 
Is social drinking during pregnancy harmless? Hatfield D. 

Adv Alcohol Subst Abuse 1985 Fall-1986 Winter; 

5(l-2):221-6 
Racial differences in alcohol sensitivity. Chan AW. 

Alcohol Alcohol 1986;21(1):93-104 (105 ref.) 
Alcohol enhances vitamin C excretion in the urine. Faizallah 

R, et al. Alcohol Alcohol 1986;2l(l):81-4 
Effect of prenatal exposure to ethanol on adult ethanol 

preference and response to zimelidine in rats. Grace GM, 

et al. Alcohol Alcohol 1986;21(1):25-31 
Diet and diuretics in the reduction of voluntary alcohol 

drinking in rats. Grupp LA, et al. Alcohol Alcohol 1986; 

21(l):75-9 
Alcohol consumption and psychological distress among U.S. 

Anglos, Hispanics and Blacks. Neff JA. Alcohol Alcohol 



INDEX MEDICOS 

et al. Am J Epidemiol 1986 May;123(5):759-66 
Risk factors for drug use among adolescents: concurrent and 

longitudinal analyses. Newcomb MD, et al. 

Am J Public Health 1986 May;76(5):525-3 1 
Risk of fatty infiltration or cirrhosis of the liver in relation 

to ethanol consumption: a case-control study. Coates RA, 

et al. Clin Invest Med 1986;9(l):26-32 
No margaritas for babies, please [editorial] Liebesman M. 

Del Mcd J 1986 Feb;58(2):95 
Alcohol usage and blood pressure: a review. Gleiberman L, 

et al. Hum Biol 1986 Fcb;58(l):l-31 (76 ref.) 
The social epidemiology of alcohol use by urban older adults. 

Meyers AR, et al. Int J Aging Hum Dev 1985-86; 

21(0:49-59 
Sources of variability in quantitative levels of alcohol use 

in a total community: sociodemographic and psychosocial 

correlates. Edward AM, et al. Int J Epidemiol 1986 Mar; 

15(1):82-90 
Modulation of ethanol intake by serotonin uptake inhibitors. 

Naranjo CA, et al. i Clin Psychiatry 1986 Apr;47 

Suppl:16-22 (53 ref.) 
Does drug and alcohol use lead to failure to graduate from 

high school? Friedman AS, et al. J Drug Educ 1985; 

15(4):353-64 
Single and multiple patterns of adolescent substance use: 

longitudinal comparisons of four ethnic groups. Maddahian 

E, et al. J Drug Educ 1985;15(4):311-26 
Alcohol and soap operas: drinking in the light of day. 

Wallack L, et al. J Drug Educ 1985;15(4):365-79 
The individual and the estimation of his blood alcohol 

concentration from intake, with particular reference to the 

'hip-flask' drink. Lewis MJ. J Forensic Sci Soc 1986 

Jan-Feh;26(!):!9-27 
Lifetime and recent alcohol consumption among male 

alcoholics. Neuropsychologicnl implications. Svanum S, et 

al. J Nerv Ment Dis 1986 Apr;174(4):214-20 
Through the art of children: perceptions of alcohol use and 

abuse. Sheppard MA, et al. J Sch Health 1986 Mar; 

56(3):90-2 
An alcohol attitude scale for teen-agers. Torabi MR, et a!. 

J Sch Health 1986 Mar;56(3):96-100 
Patterns and predictors of alcohol use among 7-l2th grade 

students in New York State. Barnes GM, el al. 

J Stud Alcohol 1986 Jan;47(l):53-62 
Predictors of outcome type in treated problem drinkers. 

Elal-Lawrence G, et nl. 3 Stud Alcohol 1986 Jan;47(l):41-7 
Alcohol availability, alcohol consumption and 

alcohol-related damage. II. The role of sociodemographic 

factors. Gliksman L, et al. J Stud Alcohol 1986 Jan; 



Effect of l-methyl-tetrahydro-beta~carboline on voluntary 

alcohol intake in rats: lack of increase with fixed alcohol 

concentrations. Pentikiiinen HT, et al. Alcohol Alcohol 

1986;21(l):33-9 
Red blood cell 2,3-diphosphoglyceric acid following ethanol 

consumption in man. Wood ME. Alcohol Alcohol 1986; 

21(l):65-8 
Alcohol use patterns of first-year medical students: II. 

Psychosocial characteristics associated with drinking level. 

Ckrk DC, et al. Alcoholism (NY) 1986 Jan-Feb;10(l):65-70 
Alcohol consumption and ovarian cancer risk. Gwinn ML, 



Alcohol availability, alcohol consumption and 

alcohol-relalcd damage. I. The distribution of consumption 

model. Rush BR, et al. J Stud Alcohol 1986 Jim;47(l):l-10 
An analysis of divergent trends in alcohol consumption and 

economic development. Skog OJ. .1 Stud Alcohol 1986 Jan; 

47(l):19-25 
The effect of alcohol on self-evaluation and perception of 

negative interpersonal feedback. Yankofsky L, et a!. 

J Stud Alcohol 1986 Jmi;47(l):26-33 
Alcohol and hemorrhagic stroke. The Honolulu Heart 

Program. Donahue RP, ct ul. JAMA 1986 May 2; 

255(17):2311-4 
Changes in smoking and alcohol consumption during 

pregnancy: a population-based study in a rural area. Kruse 

J, el al. Obstct Gynccol 1986 Mny;67(5):627-32 
At risk drinking among general practice attcnders: validation 

of the CAGF, questionnaire. King M. Psycbnl Mcd 1986 

Feb;16(l):213-7 
Drinking among college students-. are consumption rates 

increasing? Condon RH, et al. 1'sychol Rep 1986 Feb; 

58(1).' 160-2 
The association between drinking and smoking habits among 

conscripts in the Danish Navy and Army. Lauritzcn JB, 

et al. Stand J Prim Henlth Cure 1986 Fcb;4(l):19-23 
Drinking patterns and alcohol related admissions of acme 

medical patients in Stracathro Hospital. Tullocli JA. 

Scott Med J 1986 Jan;31(l):33-5 
[Significance of age, relative body weight, smoking habits 

and alcohol drinking for the incidence of utherogenic lipid 

metabolism patterns] Seidel D, et al. 

Lebensversicherungsmcili/in 1986 Mar I;38(2):54-62 (Eng. 

Abstr.) (Gcr) 

[Alcohol and nutrient intakes for twelve months] Ishigure 

K, ct al. Arukoru Kcnkyuto Yakubutsu Isun 1985 Dec; 

20(4):410-9 (Eng. Abstr.) (Jpn) 

[Dangerous alcohol consumption. How should il be 

detected?] Bell H. TidssUr Nor Laegeforcn 1986 Mar 10; 

106(7):591-5 (Eng. Abstr.) (Nor) 

[Consumption of alcoholic beverages and liver cirrhosis] 

Skarbek-Gatamon C, et al. Przegl Epidemiol 1985; 

39(3-4):373-9 (Eng. Abstr.) (Pol) 

[Effect of psychotropic substances on the development of 

alcoholic motivation in noninbred white rals] Burov luV, 

ct al. Biull Eksp Biol Mcd 1986 Mar;101(3):289-91 (Eng. 

Abstr.) (Rus) 

[Epidemiology of drinking habits among adolescents] Nader 

A, et al. Rev Chil Pcdiatr 1985 Jul-Aug;56(4):217-21 (Eng. 

Abstr.) (Spa) 



ALCOHOL, ETHYL 
ALCOHOL, ETHYL 

see related 

ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES 

Increased sensitivity of transmitter release to calcium in 
ethanol tolerance. Lynch MA, et al. 
Biochem Pharmacol 1986 Apr l;35(7):1207-9 

ADMINISTRATION & DOSAGE 

Serial embolizations of an extremity arteriovenous 
malformation with alcohol via direct percutaneous 
puncture. Yakes WF, et al. AJR 1986 May; 146(5): 1038-40 

Disulfiram-ethanol reaction in the rat. 1. Blood alcohol, 
acetaldehyde, and liver aldehyde dehydrogenase 
relationships. Jensen JC, et al. Alcoholism (NY) 1986 
Jan-Feb;10(l):45-9 

[Adenolysis of the hypophysis using transnasal puncture in 
patients with pain due to malignant tumors] Bohutova J, 
et al. Cas Lek Cesk 1986 Apr 4;125(14):423-5 (Eng. Abstr.) 

(Cze) 

ADVERSE EFFECTS 
Association between chlorpropamide-alcohol flushing and 

fast acetylator phenotype in type I and type II diabetes. 

Bonisolli L, et al. Acta Uiabetol Lat 1985 Oct-Dcc; 

22(4):305-15 
Insulin secretion in alcoholics in a withdrawal state. Adner 

N, et al. Acta Med Scand 1986;219(2):201-7 
Carpal pedal spasms in abstinent alcoholics [letter] Worner 

TM. Alcoholism (NY) 1986 Jan-Feb;10(l):90 
Are orthostatic hypotension and impaired blood pressure 

control common features of the alcohol withdrawal 

syndrome? [letter] De March! S, et al. Clln Sci 19B6 Feb; 

70(2):213-4 
[Role of ethyl alcohol in the etiopnthogenesis of reflux 

esophagitis. Review of the literature] Debongnie JC. 

Acta Gastrocnterol Bclg 1985 Sep-Oct;48(5):493-500 (Eng. 

Abstr.) (Frc) 

[Brain infarct and polyradiculitis as a sequela of attempted 

suicide with disulfiram] Weissenborn K, et al. 

Ncrvcnar/t 1986 Mar;57(3): 159-62 (Gcr) 

ANTAGONISTS & INHIBITORS 

Prostaglandin requirements are greater for protection in cold 
restraint-induced than alcohol-induced gastric mucosal 
injury. Garrick T, et ul. Dig Dis Sci 1986 Apr;3l(4):401-5 

BLOOD 

The organization of a 24-hour blood alcohols (volatiles) 

screening service in a hospital laboratory. Smith NB, et 

al. Clln Biochem 1986 Feb;19(l):35-40 
The individual and the estimation of his blood aluohol 

concentration from intake, with particular reference to the 

'hip-flask' drink. Lewis MJ. J Forensic Sci Soc 1986 

Jan-Feb;26(l):19-27 
Central nervous system depression and high blood ethanol 

levels [letter] Redmond AD. Lancet 1986 Apr 5;1(8484):805 
At what blood levels does alcohol kill? Johnson HR. 

Mcd Sci Law 1985 Apr;25(2):127-30 
[Determination of the ethanol concentration in various parts 

of the vascular system of a cadaver] Gurovichkin luD. 

Sud Mcd Ekspcrt 1986 Jan-Mar;29(l):39-40 (Eng. Abstr.) 

(Uus) 

DIAGNOSTIC USE 

[Frequency of a posilive result in the 
chlorpropamide-alcohol flush test in type I and type II 
diabetes] Dempe A, et al. Z Gcsnmte Inn Med 1986 Feb 
l;41(3):69-72 (Eny. Abstr.) (Gcr) 

[Alcohol-euphyllin test nieul for sludying gastric secretion] 
Kotovo! OL. Lab Uclo 1986;(3):136-8 (Eng. Abstr.) 

(Rus) 

METABOLISM 

Acid hydrolysis of beech sawdust hemicellulose and ethanol 

fermentation ofhydrolysates by Fusurium sp. 27. Targoiiski 

Z, et al. Acta Microbiol Pol 1985;34(3-4):261-9 
Biochemical basis of alcoholism: statements and hypotheses 

of present research. Topel H. Alcohol 1985 Nov-Dec; 

2(6}:7H-88 (844 ref.) 
Racial differences in alcohol sensitivity. Chan AW. 

Alcohol Alcohol 1986;21(1):93-104 (105 ref.) 
Biochemical and genetic studies on enzymes of alcohol 

metabolism: the mouse as a model organism for human 

studies. Holmes RS, et al. Alcohol Alcohol !986;21(l):41-56 

(117 ref.) 
Observations on the biochemical basis of ethanol metabolism 

by human macrophages. Wickramnsinghe SN. 

Alcohol Alcohol 1986;21(l):57-63 
Role of ethanol metabolism in the ethanol-induced increase 

in splanchnic circulation. McKaigney JP, et al. 

Am J Physiol 1986 Apr;250(4 Pt l):G518-23 
Kinetic and dynamic interaction of brotizolam and ethanol. 

Scavone JM, et al. Br J Clin Pharmacol 1986 Feb; 

21(2):197-204 
Gastric emptying and gastrointestinal absorption of alcohol 

ingested with a meal. Cortot A, et al. Dig Dis Sci 1986 

Apr;31(4);343-8 
Ethanol-induced germ tube formation in Candida albicans. 

Pollack JH, et al. J Gen Microbiol 1985 Dec;131 ( Pt 



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AIRCRAFT 



INSTRUMENTATION 

Basic medical equipment on commercial airlines [letter] 
Cockerell CJ. N Engl J Med 1986 Apr 17;3 14(16): 1052 

AIRSICKNESS see MOTION SICKNESS 

AIRWAY OBSTRUCTION 

DIAGNOSIS 

Instrument to indicate acute airway obstruction in remote 
anaesthesia. Smith RE, et al. Med Biol Eng Comput 1986 
Jan;24(l):91-2 

DRUG THERAPY 

A single orally administered dose of almitrine improves 
pulmonary gas exchange during exercise in patients with 
chronic air-flow obstruction. Escourrou P, et al. 
Am Rev Resplr Dis 1986 Apr;133(4):562-7 

A comparison between fenoterol/ipratropium bromide 
combinations and salbutamol administered as nebulizer 
solutions assessing dose-response and duration of action. 
Mclntosh D. Pharmatherapeutica 1986;4(7):416-21 

ETIOLOGY 

Patterns of variation in airflow obstruction and risk of death 

in clinically stable asthma. Bohadami AB, et al. 

Braz J Med Biol Res 1985; 18(2): 157-62 
Inflammation and the late phase reaction in asthma: the effect 

of polymorphonuclear leukocyte depletion on airways 

obstruction and bronchial hyperreactivity in an animal 

model. Murphy KR, et al. Bull Eur Physiopathot Respir 

1986;22 Suppl 7:48-53 
Disposable plastic diapers: a foreign body hazard. Johnson 

CM 3d. Otolaryngol Head Neck Surg 1986 Feb;94(2):235-6 
Pseudotumor of the larynx an unusual cause of airway 

obstruction. Keen M, et al. 

Otolaryngol Head Neck Surg 1986 Feb;94(2):243-6 
Who nose where it was? An unusual case of airway 

obstruction. Vlantis AC, et al. S Afr Med J 1986 Mar 1; 

69(5):326 

PHYSIOPATHOLOGY 

Clinical studies on reversibility of pulmonary airway 
dysfunctions in asymptomatic smokers: role of nervous 
mechanism in small airway disease. Rahman MM. 
Hiroshima J Med Sci 1985 Dec;34(4):399-4I8 

Density dependence of maximal expiratory flow before and 
during tracheal constriction in dogs. Castile RG, et al. 
J Appl Physlol 1986 Mar;60(3):1060-6 

SURGERY 

Mandibular growth direction following adenoidectomy. 

Linder-Aronson S, et al. Am J Orthod 1986 Apr; 

89(4):273-84 
Lasers in diagnosis and management (lung cancer). Chest 

1986 Apr;89(4 Suppl):332S-334S 

THERAPY 

Management of an infant with prenatal ultrasound diagnosis 
of upper airway obstruction. Holinger LD, et al. 
Int J Pediatr Otorhinolaryngol 1985 Dec;10(3):263-70 

Editorial was premature and misleading: The Heimlich 
maneuver [letter] Public Health Rep 1986 Mar-Apr; 



AIRWAY RESISTANCE 

Comparison of drug responses in vivo and in vitro in airways 
of dogs with and without nirway hyperresponsiveness. 
Downes H, et al. J Pharmacol Exp Ther 1986 Apr; 
237(l):214-9 

DRUG EFFECTS 

Modulation of in vitro anaphylaxis of guinea-pig isolated 
tracheal segments by azelastine, inhibitors of arachidonic 
acid metabolism and selected antiallergic drugs. Chand N, 
et a!. Br J Pharmacol 1986 Feb;87(2):443-8 

Differential effects of methacholine and leukotriene D4 on 
cyclic nucleotide content and isoproterenol-induced 
relaxation in the opossum trachea. Torphy TJ, et al. 
J Pharmacol Exp Ther 1986 Apr;237(t):332-40 

Effects of sodium cyanide and nicotine on upper airway 
resistance in anesthetized dogs. Strohl KP, et al. 
Respir Physiol 1986 Feb;63(2):161-75 

[Comparison of the effect of a selective and a nonselective 
beta receptor blocker on the ischemic ST segment, lung 
function and stress-induced decrease in blood glucose] 
Brugmann U, et al. Herz 1986 Feb;ll(l):55-61 (Eng. 
Abstr.) (Ger) 

METHODS 

Computerized rhinomanometry: a new method for the 
clinical exploration of the nasal respiratory function. 
Corvera G, et al. Arch Invest Med (Mex) 1985 Jul-Sep; 
I6(3):275-81 (Eng, Spa) 



INDEX MEDICUS 

AJMALINE 

ANALOGS & DERIVATIVES 

Comparative antiarrhythmic efficacy of verapamil, 
17-monochloracetylajmaline, mexiletine and amiodarone 
in patients with severe chagasic myocarditis: relation with 
the underlying arrhythmogenic mechanisms. Haedo AH, 
et al. J Am Coll Cardiol 1986 May;7(5):ll 14-20 

DIAGNOSTIC USE 

Comparison of exercise and ajmaline tests with 
electrophysiologic study in the Wolff-Parkinson-White 
syndrome. Eshchar Y, et al. Am J Cardiol 1986 Apr 1; 
57(10):782-6 

PHARMACODYNAMICS 

[The effect of ajmaline and amiodarone on the heart 
conduction system] Pleskot M, et al. Vnitr Lek 1986 Feb; 
32(2):165-72 (Eng. Abstr.) (Cze) 

AKINETIC PETIT MAL see EPILEPSY, PETIT MAL 
AKH VIRUS see under MOUSE LEUKEMIA VIRUSES 
ALAMETHICIN see under ANTIBIOTICS 

ALANINE 

Backbone dynamics of a model membrane protein: 13C NMR 
spectroscopy of alanine methyl groups in 
detergent-solubilized M13 coat protein. Henry GD, et al. 
Biochemistry 1986 Feb ll;25(3):590-8 

ANALOGS & DERIVATIVES 

Inaclivation of glucosamine-6-phosphate synthetase from 
Salmonella typhimurium LT2 by fumaroyl 
diaminopropanoic acid derivatives, a novel group of 
glulamine analogs. Chmara H, et al. 
Biochim Biophys Acta 1986 Mar 28;870(2):357-66 

ANALYSIS 

17O NMR investigation of the hydratinn of L-alanine and 
L-proline in water/Me2SO mixtures. Spisni A, et al. 
Biochem Biophys Res Commun 1986 Mar 13;!35(2):363-6 

METABOLISM 

Alanine and inter-organ relationships in branched-chain 
ammo and 2-oxo acid metabolism. Review. Palmer TN, 
et 4 Biosci Rep 1985 Dec;5(12):1015-33 (85 ref.) 

Hepatic gluconeogenesis from alanine: 13C nuclear magnetic 
resonance methodology for in vivo studies. Stromski ME, 
et al. Magn Rcson Med 1986 Feb;3(l):24-32 

PHARMACODYNAMICS 

Mechanism of Ca2-f and dipicolinic acid requirement for 
L-alanine induced germination of Bacillus cereus BIS-59 
spores. Kamat AS, et nl. Microbios 1985;44(177):33-44 

ALANINE AMINOTRANSFERASE 

BLOOD 

Review of pyridoxal phosphnte and the transaminases in liver 
disease. Vanderlinde RE. Ann Clin Lab Sci 1986 Mar-Apr; 
16(2):79-93 (78 ref.) 

Relationship between serum enzyme activity in acute 
myocardial infarction and morbidity during a 2-year 
follow-up. HerliU J, et al. Cardiology 1986;73(2):85-93 

Source of increased serum aspartate and alanine 
aminotransfcrase: cycloheximide effect on carbon 
tetrachloride hepatotoxicity. Pappas NJ Jr. 
Clin Chim Acta 1986 Feb 15;154(3):181-9 

Triathlete characterization and response to prolonged 
strenuous competition. Holly RG, et al. 
Mcil Sci Sports Excrc 1986 Feb;18(l):123-7 

METABOLISM 

Plasma pyridoxal phosphate concentrations and coenzyme 
stimulation of erylhrocyte alanine aminotransferase 
activities of white and black adolescent girls. Driskell JA, 
et al. Am J Clin Nutr 1986 Apr;43(4):599-603 

ALANINE RACEMASE see under AMINO ACID 
ISOMERASES 

ALANYL T HNA SYNTHETASE see under AMINO ACYL 
T UNA SYNTHETASES 

ALBERS-SCHOENBERG DISEASE see 
OSTEOPETROSIS 

ALBINISM 

see related 
CHEDIAK-HIGASHI SYNDROME 

COMPLICATIONS 

Retinal vascular and optic nerve abnormalities in albinism. 



JUL19I 

Spcdick MJ, ct al. J Pediatr Ophthalmol StnbtaMit 

Mar-Apr;23(2):58-63 

PHYSIOPATHOLOGY 

Visual evoked cortical and subcortical poicntiah in te 
albinos. Harding OF, et al. Doc Ophthalmol 1 9(6 In': 
62(l):81-8 

Muscle involvement in a case of oculocwaneous 
Hamano K, et al. Neuropediatrics 1986 

ALBUMINS 

Albumin microspheres as drug carriers. Morinaolo Y, at 
Crit Rev Ther Drug Carrier Syst 1985;2{l):19-63 (IM[ 

ANALYSIS 

Isoelectric focusing in low-denaturing media: VMaslwj 
in renal disease of variation of the isoeteclrx pewi 
albumin not related to u remarkable confetiwte 
variation. Candiano G, et al. J Chromatogr 19S4 )t it 
374(2):279-88 

GENETICS 

Transcriptional and post-transcriptionnl inhibition of 
gene expression by estrogen in Xenopus liver. 
et al. Mol Cell Endocrinol 1986 Mar;44(3):20l- 

METABOLISM 

Quantitation of the relationship between aortic 
intercellular cleft morphology and permeability 10 3&sa& 
Zimmerman M, et al. Atherosclerosis IW&ft Me; 
59(3):277-82 

SECRETION 

[Action of the extract from the optic teiitiiclci of ji 
and adult snails on the in vivo development of the 
gland of Helix aspersa] Bride J, et al. 
Gen Comp Endocrinol 1986 Mar;61(3):3R3- r >2 (ling ANri 

fftt 

ALBUMINURIA 

DIAGNOSIS 

Rapid, competitive eiiiymoirmnunoiissuy fur alt," ", a 
urine. Chesham J, et al. Clin C'hcm l'JS6 Apr; Wt '*'<-( 

[Laser immunonephelometry. A now melt- ,! :f 
determination of microalbuminuria [letter]] I Defter IF, K 
al. Presse Med 1986 Feb 22;15(8):39H ifitl 

[Kadioimmunoassay of urinary albumin: early mtl:*^' r t* 
diabetic nephropathy?] Krempf M, ct a!. 
Rev Med Interne 1985 Dec;6(5):510-4 (ling. Atwr > 

(Tfw 

DRUG THERAPY 

Effects of improved glyccmic control on niter>3l^^ -j 
in adolescents with insulin-dependent diolwici >.". .'--j 
Ellis D, et al. Int J Pcdiatr Ncphrol 1986 Jan Msr,"ll- M ! 

URINE 

Microalbuminuria in diabetes [letter] Friedman !'. 
NZ Mod J 1986 Mar 12;99(797):169 

[Microalbuminuria and early detection of ti,*V" 
nephropathyj Chachaii A, et nl. Rev Mc<l IJcRe I*! 1 * frt 
15;41(4):1 17-21 (31 ref.) <Tn: 

ALBUTEROL 

ADVERSE EFFECTS 

Hypokalemia from usual salbutamol dosage (letter) Ksr.r: a 

I, et al. Chest 1986 Apr;89(4):6 19-20 
Reversible acute renal failure precipitated by ovettkw ri 

ibuprofen and salbutamol [letter] Rogers SY, <rt al 

Lancet 1986 Mar 29;l(8483):737-8 

PHARMACODYNAMICS 

Tissue specific modulation of beta-adrenoceplor nuw&ei .1 
rats with chronic hypoxia with un attenuated respesw v. 
down-regulation by salbutamol. Winter RJ, ct al 
Clin Sci 1986 Feb;70(2): 159-65 

Comparison of the cardiac effects of beta-aclrencmx*?:;* 
agonists in anaesthetised and conscious dogs. EinMO K, 
et al. J Auton Pharmacol 1986 Mar;6(l):9-I4 

THERAPEUTIC USE 

Carbuterol, salbutamol and DSCG in exerclsMwfewJ 
asthma. Tabas A, et al. Allergol Immunopathol (Madr) 1W 
Nov-Dec;13(6):493-500 

A comparison between fenoterol/ipratropium 
combinations and salbutamol administered M 
solutions assessing dose-response and duration of 
Mclntosh D. Pharmatherapeutica 1986;4(7):416-4I 

[Favorable results of the treatment of the hyperkftlemfe IBM 
of periodic paralysis with salbutamol] Rysz A, <Sl Hi 
Neurol Neurochlr Pol 1985 Sep-Oct;19(5):444~7 *~ 
Abstr.) 



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1986 



\LCALIGENES 

ENZYMOLOGY 

ilechanism of alpha-amino-epsilon-caprolactam racemase 
reaction. Ahmed SA, et al. Biochemistry 1986 Jan 28; 
25(2):385-8 

GENETICS 

'losmid DMA of virulent Alcaligenes faecalis. Luginbuhl 

OH, et al. Am J Vet Res 1986 Mar;47(3):619-21 
nvestigation of cadmium resistance in an Alcaligenes sp. 

McEntee JD, et al. Appl Environ Microbiol 1986 Mar; 

51(3):515-20 
libulose-bisphosphate carboxylase manipulation in the 

hydrogen bacterium Alcaligenes eutrophus. Andersen K, 

et a!. Biochem Soc Trans 1986 Feb;14(l):29-31 
Expression of the Escherichia coli pfkA gene in Alcaligenes 

eutrophus and in other gram-negative bacteria. Steinbiichel 

A. J Bactariol 1986 Apr;166(l):319-27 

METABOLISM 

Juantitative selection of denitrifying bacteria in continuous 
cultures and requirement for organic carbon. II. Maltose. 
Jaworowska-Deptuch H, et al. Acta Microbiol Pol 1985; 
34(3-4):293-300 

kLCIAN BLUE see under INDOLES 
kLCLOFENAC see under PHENYLACETATES 
ILCOHOL ABUSE see ALCOHOLISM 

VLCOHOL AMNESTIC DISORDER 

DRUG THERAPY 

Cognitive enhancement in Korsakoff's psychosis by 
clonidinc: a comparison with L-dopa and ephedrine. Mair 
RG, et al. Psychopharnmcology (Berlin) 1986;88(3):374-80 

PHYSIOPATHOLOGY 

J 3 and other long latency auditory evoked potentials in 
presenile dementia Alzheimer type and alcoholic Korsakoff 
syndrome. St Clair DM, et al. Br ,1 Psychiatry 1985 Dec; 
147:702-6 

PSYCHOLOGY 

iemantic encoding deficits in frontal lobe disease and 
amnesia, Freedmun M, et al. Brain CoRn 1986 Jan; 
5(1):108-14 

UCOHOL DEIIYHROGENASES sec ALCOHOL 
OXIDOREDUCTASES 

\LCOHOL DRINKING 

'ublic information and education sections of the Report of 

the Presidential Commission on Drunk Driving: a critique 

and a discussion of research implications. Malfetti JL. 

Accid Anal I'rcv 1985 Aug;17(4):347-53 
["he relationships among driving while impaired charges, 

police drinking-diiving roadcheck activity, media 

coverage and alcohol-related casualty traffic accidents. 

Mercer GW. Accid Anal Prcv 1985 Dec;17(6):467-74 
Mcohol policy and the Presidential Commission on Drunk 

Driving: the paths not taken. Mosher JF. 

Accid Ann) I'rcv 1985 Jun;l7(3):239-50 
Drinking-driving accident countermeasures: why not try 

changing the environment? Thomson GA. 

Accid Anal Prcv 1985 Jun;17(3):207-10 
s social drinking during pregnancy harmless? There is reason 

to think not. Blume SB. Aclv Alcohol Subst Abuse 1985 

FaII-1986 Winter;5(l-2):209-19 
s social drinking during pregnancy harmless? Hatfield D. 

Adv Alcohol Subst Abuse 1985 Fall-1986 Winter; 

S(l-2):221-6 
lacial differences in alcohol sensitivity. Chan AW. 

Alcohol Alcohol 1986;21<1):93-104 (105 ref.) 
\lcohol enhances vitamin C excretion in the urine. Faizallah 

R, et al. Alcohol Alcohol 1986;21(l):81-4 
iffect of prenatal exposure to cthanoi on adult ethanol 

preference and response to zimelidine in rats. Grace GM, 

et a!. Alcohol Alcohol 1986;21(1):25-31 
Diet ?nd diuretics in the reduction of voluntary alcohol 

drinking in rats. Grupp LA, et al. Alcohol Alcohol 1986; 

21(l):75-9 
Ucohol consumption and psychological distress among U.S. 

Anglos, Hispanics and Blacks. Neff JA. Alcohol Alcohol 



INDEX MEDICUS 

et al. Am J Epidcmiol 1986 May;123(5):759-66 
Risk factors for drug use among adolescents: concurrent and 

longitudinal analyses. Ncwcomb MD, et al. 

Am J Public Health 1986 May;76(5):525-31 
Risk of fatty infiltration or cirrhosis of the liver in relation 

to ethanol consumption: a case-control study. Coates RA, 

et al. Clin Invest Med 1986;9(l):26-32 
No margaritas for babies, please [editorial] Liebesman M. 

Del Med J 1986 Feb;58(2):95 
Alcohol usage and blood pressure: a review. Gleiberman L, 

et al. Hum Biol 1986 Feb;58(l):l-31 (76 ref.) 
The social epidemiology of alcohol use by urban older adults. 

Meyers AR, et al. Int J Aging Hum Dev 1985-86: 

21(l):49-59 
Sources of variability in quantitative levels of alcohol use 

in a total community: sociodemographic, and psychosocial 

correlates. Edward AM, et al. Int J Epidemiol 1986 Mar; 

15(1):82-90 
Modulation of ethanol intake by serotonin uptake inhibitors. 

Naranjo CA, et al. 3 Clin Psychiatry 1986 Apr;47 

Suppl: 16-22 (53 ref.) 
Does drug and alcohol use lead to failure to graduate from 

high school? Friedman AS, et al. J Drug Educ 19R5; 

IS(4):3S3-64 
Single and multiple patterns of adolescent substance use: 

longitudinal comparisons of four ethnic groups. Maddahian 

E, et al. J Drug Educ 1985;15(4):3H-26 
Alcohol and soap operas: drinking in the light of day. 

Wallack L, et al. J Drug Ednc 1985;15(4):365-79 
The individual and the estimation of his blood alcohol 

concentration from intake, with particular reference to the 

'hip-flask' drink. Lewis MJ. .1 Forensic Sci Soc 1986 

Jan-Feb;26(l):19-27 
Lifetime and recent alcohol consumption among male 

alcoholics. Neuropsychological implications. Svanum S, et 

al. J Nerv Mcnt Dis 1986 Apr;174(4):214-20 
Through the art of children: perceptions of alcohol use and 

abuse. Sheppard MA, et al. J Sell Health 1986 Mar; 

56(3):90-2 
An alcohol attitude scale for teen-agers. Torabi MR, et al. 

J Sch Health 1986 Mar;56(3):96-100 
Patterns and predictors of alcohol use among 7-12th grade 

students in New York State. Diirnes GM, et ul. 

J Stud Alcohol 1986 Jan;47(l):53-62 
Predictors of outcome type in treated problem drinkers. 

Elal-Lnwrence G, el al. J Stud Alcohol 1986 Jan;47(l):4l-7 
Alcohol availability, alcohol consumption and 

alcohol-related damage. II. The vole of sociodemographic 

factors. Gliksman L, et al. J Stud Alcohol 1986 Jan; 



3ffect of 1-methyI-tetrahydro-beta-carboline on voluntary 

alcohol intake in rats: lack of increase with fixed alcohol 

concentrations. Pentikainen HT, et al. Alcohol Alcohol 

I986;21(!):33-9 
led blood cell 2,3-diphosphoglyceric acid following ethanol 

consumption in man. Wood ME. Alcohol Alcohol 1986; 

21(l):65-8 
Mcohol use patterns of first-year medical students: II. 

Psychosocial characteristics associated with drinking level. 

Clark DC, et al. Alcoholism (NY) 1986 Jan-Feb;10(l):65-70 
Mcohol consumption and ovarian cancer risk. Gwinn ML, 



Alcohol availability, alcohol consumption and 

alcohol-related damage. I. The distribution of consumption 

model. Rush OR, et al. J Stud Alcohol 19S6 Jan;47(l):l-10 
An analysis of divergent trends in alcohol consumption and 

economic development. Skog OJ. J Stud Alcohol 198ft Jan; 

47(0:19-25 
The effect of alcohol on self-evaKmtion and perception of 

negative interpersonal feedback. Yiinkofsky L, ct ill. 

J Stud Alcohol 1986 Jim;47(l):26-33 
Alcohol and hemorrhagic stroke. The Honolulu Heart 

Program. Donahue RP, ct nl. JAMA 1986 May 2; 

255(17):2311-4 
Changes in smoking and alcohol consumption during 

pregnancy: a population-based study in a rural area. Kruse 

J, et al. Obstet Gynccol 1986 May;67(5):627-32 
At risk drinking among general practice nttenders: validation 

of the CAGE questionnaire. King M. Psycho! Med 1986 

Feb;16(!).-213-7 
Drinking among college students: are consumption rates 

increasing? Condon RH, ct al. Psychol Rep 1986 Feb; 

58(0:160-2 
The association between drinking and smoking habits among 

conscripts in the Danish Navy and Army. Lauritzen JB, 

et nl. Scand .1 Prim Health Care 1986 Feb;4(l):19-23 
Drinking patterns and alcohol related admissions of acute 

medical patients in Stracathro Hospital. Tulloch JA. 

Scott Med J 1986 Jan;31(l):33-5 
[Significance of age, relative body weight, smoking habits 

and alcohol drinking for the incidence of atherogenic lipid 

metabolism patterns] Seidel D, et al. 

Lebensversichorunssmedizin 1986 Mar l;38(2):54-62 (Eng. 

Abstr.) (Ger) 

[Alcohol and nutrient intakes for twelve months] Ishigure 

K, ct al. Arnkoru Kcnkyuto Yakubutsu Ison 1985 Dec; 

20(4):410-9 (Eng. Abslr.) (Jpn) 

[Dangerous alcohol consumption. How should it be 

detected?] Bell H. Tidsskr Nor Lncgeforen 1986 Mar 10; 

106(7):591-5 (Eng. Abstr.) (Nor) 

[Consumption of alcoholic beverages and liver cirrhosis] 

Skarbek-Galamon C, et al. Przogl Epidemiol 1985; 

39(3-4):373-9 (Eng. Abstr.) (Pol) 

[Effect of psychotropic substances on the development of 

alcoholic motivation in noninbred white rats] Burov luV, 

et al. Biull Eksp Biol Med 1986 Mnr;101(3):289-91 (Eng. 

Abstr.) (Rus) 

[Epidemiology of drinking habits among adolescents] Nader 

A, et al. Rev Chil Pediatr " ..... ....... --- " 



Abstr.) 



1985 Jul-Aug;56(4):217-21 (Eng. 
(Spa) 



ALCOHOL, ETHYL 
ALCOHOL, ETHYL 

see related 
ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES 

Increased sensitivity of transmitter release to calcium in 
ethanol tolerance. Lynch MA, et al. 
Biochem Pharmacol 1986 Apr l;35(7):1207-9 

ADMINISTRATION & DOSAGE 

Serial embolizations of an extremity arteriovenous 
malformation with alcohol via direct percutaneous 
puncture. Yakes WF, et al. AJR 1986 May; 146(5): 1038-40 

Disulfiram-ethanol reaction in the rat. 1. Blood alcohol, 
acetaldehyde, and liver aldehyde dehydrogenase 
relationships. Jensen JC, et al. Alcoholism (NY) 1986 
Jan-Feb; 10(l):45-9 

[Adenolysis of the hypophysis using transnasal puncture in 
patients with pain due to malignant tumors] Bohutova J, 
et al. Cas Lek Ccsk 1986 Apr 4;125(14):423-5 (Eng. Abstr.) 

(Cze) 

ADVERSE EFFECTS 
Association between chlorpropamide-alcohol flushing and 

fast acetylator phenotype in type I and type II diabetes. 

BonisoJli L, et al. Acta Diabetol Lat 1985 Oct-Dec; 

22(4):305-15 
Insulin secretion in alcoholics in a withdrawal state. Adner 

N, et al. Acta Med Scand 1986;219(2):201-7 
Carpal pedal spasms in abstinent alcoholics [letter] Worner 

TM. Alcoholism (NY) 1986 Jan-Feb;10(l):90 
Are orthostatic hypotension and impaired blood pressure 

control common features of the alcohol withdrawal 

syndrome? [letter] De March! S, et al. Clin Sci 1986 Feb; 

70(2):213-4 
[Role of ethyl alcohol in the etiopathogenesis of reflux 

esophngitis. Review of the literature] Debongnie JC. 

Acta Gastroenterol BelR 1985 Sep-Oct;48(5):493-500 (Eng. 

Abstr.) (Fre) 

[Brain infarct and polyradiculitis as a sequela of attempted 

suicide witli disulfiram] Weissenborn K, et al. 

Nervenarzt 1986 Mar;57(3):159-62 (Ger) 

ANTAGONISTS & INHIBITORS 

Prostaglandin requirements are greater for protection in cold 
restraint-induced than alcohol-induced s nstr i c mucosal 
injury. Oarrick T, et al. Dis Dis Sci 1986 Apr;31(4):401-5 

BLOOD 

The organization of a 24-hour blood alcohols (volatiles) 

screening service in a hospital laboratory. Smith NB, et 

al. Clin Biochem 1986 Feb;19(l):35-40 
The individual and the. estimation of his blood alcohol 

concentration from intake, with particular reference to the 

'hip-flask' drink. Lewis MJ. J Forensic Sci Soc 1986 

Jan-Feb;26( 1): 19-27 
Central nervous system depression and high blood ethanol 

levels [letter] Redmond AD. Lancet 1986 Apr 5;l(8484):805 
At what blood levels does alcohol kill? Johnson UK. 

Mctl Sci Law 1985 Apr;25(2): 127-30 
[Determination of the ethanol concentration in various parts 

of the vascular system of a cadaver] Gurovichkin luD. 

Sud Med Ekspert 1986 Jan-Mur;29(l):39-40 (Eng. Abstr.) 

(Rus) 

DIAGNOSTIC USE 

[Frequency of a positive result in the 
chlorpropamide-alcohol flush test in type I and type II 
diabetes] Dempe A, ct al. Z Gesamte Inn Med 1986 Feb 
l;41(3):69-72 (Eng. Abstr.) (Ger) 

[Alcohol-euphyllin test meal for studying gastric secretion] 
Kotovof OL. Lab Delo 1986;(3):136-8 (Eng. Abstr.) 

(Uus) 

METABOLISM 

Acid hydrolysis of beech sawdust hemicellulose and ethanol 

fermentation of hydrolysates by Fusarium sp. 27. Targoiiski 

Z, et al. Acta Microbiol Pol 1985;34(3-4):261-9 
Biochemical basis of alcoholism: statements and hypotheses 

of present research. Topel H. Alcohol 1985 Nov-Dec; 

2(6):711-88 (844 ref.) 
Racial differences in alcohol sensitivity. Chan AW. 

Alcohol Alcohol 1986;21(1):93-104 (105 ref.) 
Biochemical and genetic studies on enzymes of alcohol 

metabolism: the mouse as H model organism for human 

studies. Holmes RS, etal. Alcohol Alcohol 1986;21(t):41-56 

(117 ref.) 
Observations on the biochemical basis of ethanol metabolism 

by human macrophages. Wickramasinghe SN. 

Alcohol Alcohol 1986;21(l):57-63 
Role of ethanol metabolism in the ethanol-induced increase 

in splanchnic circulation. McKaigney JP, et al. 

Am J Physiol 1986 Apr;250(4 Pt l):G518-23 
Kinetic and dynamic interaction of brotizolam and ethanol. 

Scavone JM, et al. Br J Clin Pharmacol 1986 Feb; 

21(2):197-204 
Gastric emptying and gastrointestinal absorption of alcohol 

ingested with a meal. Cortot A, et al. Dig Dis Sci 1986 

Apr;31(4):343-8 
Ethanol-induced germ tube formation in Candida albicans. 

Pollack JH, et al. J Gen Microbiol 1985 Dec; 131 ( Pt 



71 



ALCOHOL, ETHYL 

12):3303-10 

Effect of the variations of S-adenosyl-L-methionine liver 
content on fat accumulation and ethanol metabolism in 
ethanol-intoxicated rats. Feo F, et al. 
Toxieol Appl Pharmacol 1986 Apr;83(2):331-4I 

PHARMACODYNAMICS 

Alcohol enhances vitamin C excretion in the urine. Faizallah 

R, et al. Alcohol Alcohol 1986;21(l):81-4 
Effect of prenatal exposure to ethanol on adult ethanol 

preference and response to zimelidine in rats. Grace GM, 

et al. Alcohol Alcohol 1986;21(1):25-31 
Drug-alcohol interactions. SaxeTG. Am Fam Physician 1986 

Apr;33(4):159-62 
Effect of alcohol ingestion on breathing and oxygenation 

during sleep. Analysis of the influence of age and sex. Block 

AJ, et al. Am J Mcd 1986 Apr;80(4):595-600 
Influence of different dietary fatty acid sources on 

erythrocyte lipids and plasma and liver essential fatty acids 

in hamsters fed ethanol. Cunnane SC, et al. 

Ann Nutr Metab 1986;30(2):81-6 
Influence of ethanol on the in vivo and in vitro metabolism 

of nitriles in mice. Tanii H, et al. Arch Toxieol 1986 Feb; 

58(3):! 7 J-6 
The acute effects of ethanol on protein synthesis in isolated 

rat liver cells are pH-dependent. Girbes T. Biochem Int 

1986 Feb; 12(2):3 13-20 
Effects of chronic ethanol ingestion on steroid profiles in 

the rat testis. Andersson SH, et al. 

Bioehim Biophys Acta 1986 Apr 15;876(2):358-62 
Effects of ethanol on steroid profiles in the rat testis. 

Andersson SH, et al. Bioehim Biophys Acta 1986 Apr 15; 

876(2):352-7 
The 1985 Upjohn award lecture. Tolerance, learning, and 

neurochemical adaptation. Kalant H. 

Can J Physio) Pharmncol 1985 Dec;63(12):1485-94 
Reduced binding of basic somatomedin by mouse placenlal 

membranes following maternal alcohol administration. 

Kennedy LA, et al. Dev Pharmacol Ther 1986;9(2):132-44 
Effects of ethyl alcohol on VECP. Sltalka HW, et al. 

Doe Ophthalmol 1986 Jan 31;62(1):47-51 
Effect of chronic alcohol ingestion on fecal and urinary 

excretion of calcium and magnesium in the rat. Leichter 

J. Drug Nutr Interact 1986;4(3):285-8 
Ethanol-induced vascular permeability changes in the jejunal 

mucosa of the dog. Beck IT, et al. Gastroentcrology 1986 

May;90(5 ft 1): 11 37-45 
Ethanol administration in the rat decreases prostacyclin 

production by isolated brain microvessels. Pediconi M, et 

al. J Neurochem 1986 May;46(5):1458-63 
Effects of dietary protein and ethanol intake on pregnant 

beagles fed purified diets. Switzer BR, et al. J Nutr 1986 

Apr;116(4):689-97 
Ethanol inhibition of codeine and morphine metabolism in 

isolated rat hepatocytes. Bodd E, et al. 

J Pharmaeol Exp Ther 1986 Apr;237( 1 ):260-4 
Effects of ethunol on stimulated mositol phospholipid 

hydrolysis in rat brain. Gonzalcs RA, et al. 

J Pharmacol Exp Ther 1986 Apr;237(l):92-8 
Direct effect of ellianol on adreiiocorticotropin (ACTH) 

release in vitro. Rcdei E, et al. J Pharmacol Exp Ther 1986 

Apr;237(l):59-64 
Augmentation of ethanol-induced enhancement of 

dimethylnitrosamine and diethylnitrosamine metabolism by 

lowered carbohydrate intake. Sato A, et al. 

,Ipn J Cancer Res 1986 Feb;77(2):125-30 
The influence of sori'il isolation on ethanol preference 

behavior and dopamine release in telencephalon slices in 

mice. Andreas K, ct al. Pol ,1 Pharmacol Pharm 1985 

Nov-Dec;37(6):851-4 
Effects of angiotensin II on the acquisition of conditioned 

avoidance response in alcohol-dependent rats. Uorawsfca 

M, et al. Pol J Pharmacol Pharm 1985 Nov-Dec; 

37(6):903-8 
Ethano! regulation of adenosine receptor-stimulated cAMP 

levels in a clonal neural cell line: an in vitro model of 

cellular tolerance to ethanol. Gordon AS, ct al. 

Proc Natl Acad Sci USA 1986 Apr;83(7):2105-8 
Ethanol stimulates formation of leukotriene C4 in rat gastric 

mucosa. Peslcar BM, et al. Prostflglandins 1986 Feb; 

31(2):283-93 
Effects of training dose on discrimination and 

cross-generalization of chlordiazepoxide, pentobarbital and 

ethanol in the rat. De Vry J, et al. 

Psychopharmacology (Berlin) 1986;88(3):341-5 
Ethanol-induced alterations in lecithin: cholesterol 

acyltransferase (LCAT) activity in vitro. Mulligan JJ, ct 

al. Res Commun Chem Pathol Pharmacol 1986 Feb; 

51(2):269-72 
Elimination kinetics of 2-butoxyethanol in the perfused rat 

liver dose dependence and effect of ethanol. Johanson 

G, et al. Toxieol Appl Pharmncol 1986 Apr;83(2):3 15-20 
Intravenous self-administration of ethanol and acetaldehyde 

by rats. Takayama S, et al. Yakubutsu Selshin Kodo 1985 

Dec;5(4):329-34 
[The influence of high doses of ethanol on the vascular 

reactivity of the hind limb of the rat] Bekemeier H, et al. 

Pharmazie 1986 Jan;41(l);7l-2 (Ger) 

[The individual differences in responses after alcohol 

ingestion] Tankka T, et al. 

Arukoru Kenkyuto Yakubutsu Ison 1985 Dec;20(4):375-87 

(Eng. Abstr.) (Jpn) 

72 



INDEX MEDICUS 

[Effect of a single ethanol administration on (he permeability 
of the hemato-encephalic barrier for 14C-tyrosine, 
14C-DOPA and horseradish peroxidase] Burov luV, et al. 
Biull Eksp Biol Med 1986 Mar;101(3):331-4 (Eng. Abstr.) 

(Rus) 

[Effect of ethanol on the DNA-polymerase activity in the 
liver subcellular fractions of adult and old rats] Levitskii 
EL, et al. Biull Eksp Biol Med 1986 Mar;101(3):309-10 
(Eng. Abstr.) < R S > 

[Effect of the in vitro conditions of mouse oocyte maturation 
on their capacity for parthenogenetic activation as affected 
by cycloheximide and ethanol] Velikov VIu. Ontogenez 
1986 Jan-Feb;17(l):93-7 (Eng. Abstr.) (Rus) 

TOXICITY 

Is social drinking during pregnancy harmless? There is reason 

to think not. Blume SB. Adv Alcohol Subst Abuse 1985 

Fall-1986 Winter;5(l-2):209-19 
Is social drinking during pregnancy harmless? Hatfield D. 

Adv Alcohol Subst Abuse 1985 Fall-1986 Winter; 

5(l-2):221-6 
Clonal response to ethanol of proliferating rat hepatoma cells 

in vitro. Cook RT, et al. Alcoholism (NY) 1986 Jan-Feb; 

10(1):16-21 
Effects of alcohol on other hepatotoxins. Zimmerman HJ. 

Alcoholism (NY) 1986 Jan-Feb;10(l):3-15 (153 ref.) 
Dose-response relationships for initiation of rat liver tumours 

by dielhylnitrosamine and promotion by phenobarbitone 

or alcohol. Driver HE, et al. Food Chem Toxieol 1986 Mar; 

24(3):241-5 
Effects of ethanol, potassium metabisulfite, formaldehyde and 

hydrogen peroxide on gastric carcinogenesis in rats after 

initiation with N-methyl-N -nitro-N-nitrosoguanidine. 

Takahashi M, el al. Jpn J Cancer Res 1986 Feb;77(2):l 18-24 
Role of acetaldehyde and xatUhine oxidasc in 

ethanol-induced oxidative stress. Oei HH, et al. 

Res Commun Chem Pathol Pharmacol 1986 Feb; 

51(2):195-203 
[Effect of ethanol on prenatal developments of rats] 

Kawashima K, et al. Eisci Sblkenjo Hokoku 1985;(103):10-4 

(Eng. Abstr.) (Jpn) 

[Enkephalin content in sections of the brain of rats 

undergoing intrauterine exposures to ethanol] Malzelis Mia, 

et al. Biull Eksp Bio] Med 1986 Mar;IO!(3):31l-2 (Eng. 

Abstr.) (Rus) 

ALCOHOL, METHYL 

BLOOD 

Serum methanol concentrations in rats and in men after a 

single dose of aspartame. Davoli E, et al. 

Food Chem Toxieol 1986 Mar;24(3): 187-9 
Trace analysis of melhanol in rat serum by headspace high 

resolution gas chromatography/selected ion monitoring. 

Davoli E, el al. J Chromatogr Sci 1986 Mar;24(3):l 13-6 

METABOLISM 

Properties of catalase purified from a mcthnnol-grown yeast, 
Kloeckera sp. 2201. Mozaffar 



Mar 17;155(3):527-31 



S, et al. Eur J Biochcm 1986 



POISONING 

The alcohols: ethanol, methanol, isopropanol, ethylene 

glycol. Litovitz T. Pedlatr din North Am 1986 Apr; 

33(2):3 11-23 (40 rcf.) 
[Ocular findings in a mass poisoning with methyl alcohol] 

Ciganek L, et al. Cesk Oftalmol 1986 Feb;42(l):56-65 (Eng. 

Abstr.) (Czc) 

TOXICITY 

[Toxicological characteristics of a new motor fuel a 
bcnzomethanol mixture] Kushneva VS, et al. GigSanlt 1986 
Feb;(2):ll-3 (Eng. Abstr.) (Rus) 

ALCOHOL OXIDOREDUCTASES 

ANALYSIS 

Prevalence of ALDH I isoenzyme among American Indi&ns 
in Oklahoma. Zeiner AR, et al. 
Arukoru Kenkyuto Yakubutsu Ison 1985 Dec;20(4):359-66 

ANTAGONISTS & INHIBITORS 

The effect of 5,5'-dithiobis(l-methyltetrazole) on 
cytoplasmic aldehyde dehydrogenase and its implications 
for cephalosporin-alcohol reactions. Kitson TM. 
Alcoholism (NY) 1986 Jan-Feb;10(l):27-32 

Non-competitive inhibition of the alcohol dehydrogenase 
activity in rat liver by latamoxef, cefamandole or 
cefoperazone. Freundt KJ, ct al. Arnicimlttclforschuns 
1986 Feb;36(2):223-5 

Influence of several aldehyde dehydrogenase and aldehyde 
reductase inhibitors on diamine oxidase in rat brain. 
Ruggeri P, et al. Res Commun Chem Pathol Pharmacol 1986 
Feb;51(2):205-9 

GENETICS 

Genetical and biochemical comparisons of alcohol 
dehydrogenase isozymes from Anastrepha fraterculus and 



A. obliqua (Diptera: Tephritidae): evidence las p 

duplication. Matioli SR, et al. Blochem GenK ifMri 

24(!-2):13-24 
Hybrid genes in the study of glue gene reitei 

Drosophila. Bourouis M, et al. 

Cold Spring Harbor Symp Quant Blol 1985;JftJSi-* 
Identification of DNA sequences required for ibc rei^Sd 

of Drosophilu alcohol dehydrogenose gene eufwa 

Posakony JW, et al. 

Cold Spring Harbor Symp Quant Biol 1985;JO:SlM5 
A simple gene with a complex pattern of trimseoj* <t 

alcohol dehydrogenase gene of Drosophila meS&s*^ 

Savakis C, et al. Cold Spring Harbor Symp Quant 

50:505-14 W 



ki r 



Intracellular sorting of alcohol dehyclrogenMe 
in yeast: a cytosoiic location reflects abe* l 
ammo-terminal targeting sequence for the miloci^M 
van Loon AP, et al. EMBO J 1986 Jan;S(lM* ! ' ! 

Complex cis-acting regulators and locui street* 1 
Drosophila tissue-specific ADH variant! RibtaotLt 
al. Genetics 1986 Mar;112(3):523-37 

Intron-dependent evolution of the nuelcotrfe-teA 
domains within alcohol dehydrogenase MM! i*fc 
enzymes. Duester G, et al. Nucleic Acid* Ret lit Si 



ISOLATION & PURIFICATION 

Isolation of rat liver microsomal short-chain 
beta-kctoacyl-coenzyme A reductase eml 
trans-2-enoyl-coenzyme A hydratasc: evident* 
than one hydratuse. Cook L, ct al. 
Arch Biochcm Biophys 1986 Apr;246(l).J06 J* 

Use of monoclonal antibodies for the 
characterization of the thrconine-seiisilivc 
maize homoserine dehydrogenase. Krislina*ik*cri 
Arch Biochcm Biophys 198ft Apr;246())2! .; 

Acidic pi-alcohol dehydrogenase of mciuw li\ et <p 
and characterization. Hascba T. 
AruUoru Kcnkyuto Yakubutsu Ison I9H5 tk">, ;* 

Rat liver microsomal 3 alphn-hydroxysieroHj 5r^Y 
and dihydrodiol dehydrogenase: solurijIiMtS! .- ' t 
and partial purification. Boutin JA, ct al 
Biochem Itiophys Res Commiin 198ft Mar 2 s ? E '? 

Formaldehyde dismuinse, a novel NAD (w,,? ~.f 
oxidoreductase from I'seudomonus puliila I ; 
et al. Eur .) Iliiichcm 1986 Apr l;15i>(l>''< M 

Purification (if aldehyde reductase 1 I'niiu [ : , 
}, et ill. .1 ChromatOKr ]9X(> Jan 17;35IIJr >': * 



Ic 
'(, 



METABOLISM 

Characterization of rat testicular alcnli><l --*''*> 

Chiao Yli, t-t al. Alcohol Alcohol l')Xh.;ii i . - 
Biochemical and genetic; studies on riijvrvt 

metabolism: the mouse as a model ntf.~.s.^'.-. 

studies. Holmes RS. et al. Alcohol Alcohol 1 - : 

(117 ref.) 
The effect of experimental diabeti-i . ;j - 

dehydrogenase activity in rats. Crtihli )>%% 

Alcoholism (NY) I486 Jan-Feh;lll(l):7J <" ' : 
Alcohol- metabolizing enzymes in |il;H:ct>',-, K-,.; 

effect of chronic elhanol intake. Sum tut i* r- 

Alcoholism (NY) 1986 Jaii-Fclv.KK !):!'' -M 
Activities and electrophoretic |iriil;!n . 

dehydrogenase and aldehyde deliydrngri. av . 

tissues. Koyata II, et al. 

Arukoru Kcnkyuto Yakubutsu Ison I'IH!> I <K- ; 
Binding of ligamls to horse livur ulci'h' "i .'* 

lacking zinc ions at the active sill's K<-t< ," 

Eur J Biochem 1986 Mar 3;155(2):.WI 
Covalent binding of aeetuhlchydc .selritiij .. 

catalytic activity of lysine-dependeiit rti.". -,*, 

et al. Hcpatology 1986 Mar-Apr;<>(2) if " '. 
Interactions between cyclupliosplmiimlr .,. 

metabolism in rats. II. Effect of cycloph ,- .>; 

aldoketoreductase system. Dodion I', ri ' 

J Pharmacol Exp Ther 1986 Apr;2.V7i1 3 V 
Characterization of a unique aldo-kelo rr>3i, *. 

for the reduction of chlordecone in lltr ! -*-. . 

and man. Molowa DT, et al. J Toxic** .** 

19R6;17(4):375-84 
Aldose and aldehyde redtictuse in anirnil In*-*-* 

Metabolism 1986 Apr;35(4 Suppl I) Ut5 * 

PHARMACODYNAMICS 

Activity of NMN+, nicotinamide nhcnr 4^, 
alcohol oxidation promoted by h>jrfcp t-' l 
dehydrogenase. Improvement of this cus.-' fe , 
requirements of the pyridine nucleolKle fri ,^ 
coenzyme. Sicsic S, ct a!. Eur J Bit*****. ". 
155(2):403-7 *~m , 

PHYSIOLOGY 

Carbonyl reductase provides the 
detoxication in man. Wermuth 
Biochcm Pharmacol 1986 Apr 

ALCOHOL, PROPYL 

ANALOGS & DERIVATIVES 

The protective effect of pollen extract* 



B, et 



JUL 1986 

damage of the liver. Wojcicki J, et al. 

Arch Immunol Tner Exp (Warsz) 1985;33(6):841-9 

PHARMACODYNAMICS 

The elongation factor G carries a catalytic site for GTP 
hydrolysis, which is revealed by using 2-propanol in the 
absence of ribosomes. De Vendittis E, et al. 
J Biol Chem 1986 Apr 5;261(10):4445-50 

POISONING 

The alcohols: ethanol, methanol, isopropanol, ethylene 
glycol. Litovitz T. Pediatr Clin North Am 1986 Apr; 
33(2):3 11-23 (40 ref.) 

ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES 

Vitamin supplement to alcoholic beverages [lelter]Hambidge 
DM. Br J Psychiatry 1985 Dec; 147:733 

SUPPLY & DISTRIBUTION 

Alcohol availability, alcohol consumption and 
alcohol-related damage. II. The role of sociodemographic 
factors. Gliksman L, et al. J Stud Alcohol 1986 Jan; 



Alcohol availability, alcohol consumption and 
alcohol-related damage. I. The distribution of consumption 
model. Rush BR, et al. J Stud Alcohol 1986 Jan;47(l):l-10 

ALCOHOLIC CARDIOMYOPATHY see 
CARDIOMYOPATHY, ALCOHOLIC 

ALCOHOLIC CIRRHOSIS see LIVER CIRRHOSIS, 
ALCOHOLIC 

ALCOHOLIC FATTY LIVER see FATTY LIVER, 
ALCOHOLIC 

ALCOHOLIC HEPATITIS see HEPATITIS, ALCOHOLIC 

ALCOHOLIC INTOXICATION 

BLOOD 

Al what blood levels docs alcohol kill? Johnson HR. 
Med Scl Law 1985 A,-)r;25(2):127-30 

[Acute self poisoning. Use and benefits of the determination 
of serum concentrations of drugs and poisons as an 
immediate help] Rygnestad T. Tidsskr Nor Lacgcforcn 1986 
Feb 28; 106(61:47 1-4 (Eng. Ahstr.) (Nor) 

COMPLICATIONS 

Anaesthetic and medico-legal problems in patients 
intoxicated by alcohol. Abeloos J, et al. Mcd Sci Law 1985 
Apr;25(2):131-5 

METABOLISM 

Effect of acute alcoholic intoxication on myocardial 

electrolyte and water distributions. Kischuk RP, et al. 

J Mol Cell Cardlol 1986 Feb; 18(2): 197-205 
The alcohols: ethanol, methanol, isopropanol, ethylene 

glycol. Litovitz T. Pediatr Clin North Am 1986 Apr; 

33(2):311-23 (40 rcf.) 

OCCURRENCE 

Contributions to the study of alcoholic acute intoxications 

in (he children admitted to the 1st Paedialric Clinic 

between 1979 and 1983. Trifan N, et al. 

Rev Mcd Chlr Soc Med Nat Insi 1985 Jul-Sep;89(3):415-8 
[Acute self poisoning. The Stavjinger region in 1980 and 1981. 

Sociomedical and psychiatric aspects] Nessa J. 

Tidsskr Nor Laegeforen 1986 Feb 28;106(6):475-8 (Eng. 

Abstr.) (Nor) 

PHYSIOPATHOLOGY 

[Alcohol and the lung. Anatomical and functional 
consequences] Douvier JJ, et al. 

Ann Med Interne (Paris) 1985;136(8):667-70 (Eng. Abstr.) 

(Frc) 

PREVENTION & CONTROL 

Public information and education sections of the Report of 
the Presidential Commission on Drunk Driving: a critique 
and a discussion of research implications. Malfetti JL. 
Accid Anal Prcv 1985 Aug;17(4):347-53 

[Experience with in the prevention of drunkeness and 
alcoholism] Lazarev PL, et al. Voen Med Zh 1986 Jan; 
(1):48-50 (Rus) 

PSYCHOLOGY 

Threat as a determinant of alcohol-related aggression. 

Gustafson R. Psychol Rep 1986 Feb;58(l):2S7-97 
A possible confounding variable in different versions of the 

'aggression machine' when used in research on alcohol. 

Gustafson R. Psychol Rep 1986 Feb;58(l):303-8 

ALCOHOLIC LIVER DISEASES see LIVER DISEASES, 
ALCOHOLIC 



INDEX MEDICUS 

ALCOHOLISM 

see related 
FETAL ALCOHOL SYNDROME 

Controversies in alcoholism and substance abuse. 

Adv Alcohol Subst Abuse 1985 Fall-1986 Winter; 

5(l-2):l-233 
The support of scientific controversy [editorial] Stimmel B. 

Adv Alcohol Subst Abuse 1985 Fall-1986 Winter; 

Investigation of the abuse liability of buspirone in 

alcohol-dependent patienls. Griffith JD, et al. 

Am J Med 1986 Mar 31;80(3B):30-5 
Educating community gatekeepers about alcohol abuse In 

women: changing attitudes, knowledge and referral 

practices. Beckman LJ, et al. J Drug Educ 1985; 

15(4):289-309 
Through the art of children: perceptions of alcohol use and 

abuse. Sheppard MA, et al. J Sch Health 1986 Mar; 

56(3):90-2 

BLOOD 

The effectiveness of biologic markers to diagnose alcoholism. 

Ryback RS, et al. Adv Alcohol Subst Abuse 1985 Fall-1986 

Winter;5(l-2):191-207 
Red blood cell 2,3-diphosphoglyceric acid following ethanol 

consumption in man. Wood ME. Alcohol Alcohol 1986; 

21(l):65-8 
Carbohydrate composition of serum transferrin in alcoholic 

patients. Stibler H, et al. Alcoholism (NY) 1986 Jan-Feb; 



Rapid decrease in high density lipoprotein subfractions and 

postheparin plasma lipase activities after cessation of 

chronic alcohol intake. Vh'limakt M, et al. 

Atherosclerosis 1986 Feb;59(2):147-53 
Ketanserin (S2-receptor blocking agent), platelet activity and 

chronic alcoholism. Santini P, et al. 

Int J Clin Pharmacol Res 1986;6(l):73-6 
Lipid abnormalities in plasma and red cell membranes of 

chronic alcoholics. Clemens MR, et al. 

Klin Wochenschr 1986 Feb 17;64(4):181-5 
[Serum levels of thyroid hormones in alcoholic subjects 

without hepatic insufficiency] bunout D, et al. 

Rev Med Chil 1985 Aug;113(8):738-43 (Eng. Abstr.) 

(Spa) 

CLASSIFICATION 

Contrasting binge and continuous alcoholic drinkers using 
demographic and drinking history variables. Connors GJ, 
et al. Alcohol Alcohol 1986;21(1):105-10 

Categories, careers, and outcomes of alcoholism (editorial] 
Lancet 1986 Mar 29;1(8483):719-20 

COMPLICATIONS 

Ethyl alcohol induced esophagitis. Bell RL. Ala Mcd 1986 

Feb;55(8):18-20 
Dexamcthusone suppression test testing of depressed 

alcoholics. Dackis CA, et al. Alcoholism (NY) 1986 

Jan-Feb;10(l):59-60 
Alcoholism, drug abuse, and gambling. Lesicur HR, et al. 

Alcoholism (NY) 1986 Jan-Feb; 10(l):33-8 
Calcium and alcohol-associated hypertension [letter] De 

March! S, et al. Ann Intern Mcd 1986 May;104(5):728 
Alcoholic ketoncidosis: an underdiagnosed condition? [letter] 

Smith AD, et al. Br Mcd J [Clin Res] 1986 Mar 22; 

292(6523):830 
Brain atrophy and alcoholism [editorial] Thomas PK. 

Br Mcd J [Clin Res] 1986 Mar 22;292(6523):787 
Ketanserin (S2-receptor blocking agents), hypertension and 

chronic alcoholism. De Lorenzo A, et al. 

Int J Clin Plmrmacol Res 1986;6(l):77-9 
Ethanol trauma syndrome (ETS). Abrams ME. Iowa Mcd 

1986 Mar;76(3): 120-4 
Alcoholism and depression. Clancy J. Iowa Mcd 1986 Mar; 

76(3): 11 8-9 
Alcohol availability, alcohol consumption and 

alcohol-related damage. II. The role of sociodemographic 

factors. Gliksman L, et al. J Stud Alcohol 1986 Jan; 

47(1): 11-8 
Alcohol availability, alcohol consumption and 

alcohol-related damage. I. The distribution of consumption 

model. Rush BR, et al. J Stud Alcohol 1986 Jan;47(l):l-10 
[Alcoholic myopathy] Rozhold O, et al. Ccsk Patol 1986 

Mar;22(l):35-40 (Eng. Abstr.) (Czc) 

[Cortical hyperostosis of the pisiform bone in stage 1 

Dupuytren contracture in chronic alcoholics] Sznnto D. 

Z Orthop 1985 Nov-Dec;123(6):947-50 (Eng. Abstr.) 

(Ger) 
[Incidence of chronic alcoholism in 109 patients with cranial 

injuries. A 3-year study] Herve' C, et al. 

Minerva Anestcsiol 1985 Sep;51(9):463-9 (Eng. Abstr.) 

(Ita) 
[Consumption of alcoholic beverages and liver cirrhosis] 

Skarbek-Gatamon C, et al. Przegl Epldemlol 1985; 

39(3-4):373-9 (Eng. Abstr.) (Pol) 

[Disorders of various parameters of the hemostatic system 

in chronic alcoholics] Figiel E. Wiad Lek 1985 Nov 15; 

38(22):1553-5 (Eng. Abstr.) (Pol) 

[Time factors in alcoholism in development of organic 

diseases in women treated at the Hospital das Clinicas of 

Ribeirao Preto, SP, Brazil] Dantas RO. 



ALCOHOLISM 



Rev Saude Publics 1985 Aug;19(4):304-10 (Eng. Abstr.) 

(For) 

DIAGNOSIS 

AIDS encephalitis mimicking alcohol dementia and 

depression. Beresford TP, et al. Biol Psychiatry 1986 Apr; 

21(4):394-7 
The problem of alcohol in the medical/surgical patient. Dulit 

RA, et al. Gen Hosp Psychiatry 1986 Mar;8(2):81-5 
Intervention strategies. Haugland SM. Iowa Med 1986 Mar; 

76(3): 11 3-4 
Substance abuse detection current medical perspectives. 

Monahan JL. Iowa Merl 1986 Mar;76(3):l 11-2 
Hepatic dysfunction and neuropsychological test 

performance in alcoholics with cirrhosis. Tarter RE, et al. 

J Stud Alcohol 1986 Jan;47(l):74-7 
Evaluating depression in alcoholics. Dnckis CA, et al. 

Psychiatry Res 1986 Feb; 17(2): 105-9 
At risk drinking among general practice attenders: validation 

of the CAGE questionnaire. King M. Psychol Med 1986 

Feb;16(l):213-7 
[Dangerous alcohol consumption. How should it be 

detected?] Bell H. Tidsskr Nor Laegefaren 1986 Mar 10; 

106(7):591-5 (Eng. Abstr.) (Nor) 

DRUG THERAPY 

Modulation of ethanol intake by serotonin uptake inhibitors. 
Naranjo CA, et al. J Clin Psychiatry 1986 Apr;47 
Suppl:16-22 (53 ref.) 

ENZYMOLOGY 

Alcohol-metabolizing enzymes in placenta and fetal liver: 
effect of chronic ethano! intake. Sanchis R, et al. 
Alcoholism (NY) 1986 Jan-Feb; 10(1):39-<14 

ETIOLOGY 

Biochemical basis of alcoholism: statements and hypotheses 
of present research. Topel H. Alcohol 1985 Nov-Dec; 
2(6):711-88 (844 ref.) 

[Enkephalin and cyclic nucleotide content in the brain 
structures of rats at different stages of the formation and 
development of alcoholic dependence] Bulakleevskil Al, 
et al. Blull Eksp Biol Mcd 1986 Mar;101(3):291-4 (Eng. 
Abstr.) (Rus) 

FAMILIAL & GENETIC 

Adult children of alcoholics. Miller SI. 

Hosp Community Psychiatry 1986 Mar;37(3):235-6 
The implications and limitations of genetic models of 

alcoholism and other addictions. Peele S. 

J Stud Alcohol 1986 Jan;47(l):63-73 
Resilient offspring of alcoholics: a longitudinal study from 

birth to age 18. Werner EE. J Stud Alcohol 1986 Jan; 

47(1):34-40 
Chronic pain and depression. III. Family history study of 

depression and alcoholism in chronic low back pain 

patients. France RD, ct al. Pain 1986 Feb;24(2): 185-90 
[Biological bases of drug dependence. I. Alcohol and opiates] 

Bobon D. Rev Mcd Llcge 1986 Feb 15;41(4): 127-35 (53 

ref.) (Frc) 

HISTORY 

[The depiction of alcohol-damaged children in the creative 
art of William Hogarth and Jakob Jordaens a contribution 
to the history of alcoholism and alcoholic embryopathy] 
Paditz E. Kindcrarztl Prax 1986 Jan;54(l):39-47 (Eng. 
Abstr.) (Ger) 

METABOLISM 

Plasma lipids and apolipoprotein A-I and A-I1 levels in 

alcoholic patients. Hurt RD, et al. Am J Clin Nutr 1986 

Apr;43(4):521-9 
Effects of chronic ethanol ingestion on steroid profiles in 

the rat testis. Andersson SH, et al. 

Biochim Blophys Acta 1986 Apr 15;876(2):358-62 
Chronic ethanol treatment uncouples striatal calcium entry 

and endogenous dopamme release. Leslie SW, et al. 

Brain Res 1986 Mar 12;368(l):174-7 
Adaptive changes in rat liver plasma membranes after chronic 

alcohol administration and its subsequent withdrawal. Lee 

H, et al. Can J Physlol Pharmacol 1986 Jan;64(l):85-92 
Lipoprotein cholesterol, vitamin A, and vitamin E in an 

alcoholic population. D 'Antonio JA, et al. Cancer 1986 

May 1;57(9):1798-802 
Reduced renal phosphate threshold concentration in chronic 

alcoholics: one component of a more complex tubule 

dysfunction? De March! S, et al. 

Miner Electrolyte Metab 1986;12(2):147-8 
[Interaction of alcohol with the liver, nutrition, drugs and 

carcinogens] Lieber CS. Gastrocnterol Clin Biol 1985 Dec; 

9(12):893-8 (41 ref.) (Fre) 

[Phospholipid variations in rats after chronic alcoholization] 

Boerescu I, et al. Physiologic 1986 Jan-M(ir;23(l):59-64 

(Fre) 

MORTALITY 

[Mortality of liver cirrhosis and alcoholism in France from 
1950 to 1981] Gropetis G, et al. 
Rev Epldemiol Santo Publique 1985;33(6):396-40S (Eng. 



73 



ALCOHOLISM 

Abstr.) (Fre) 

OCCURRENCE 

The detection of alcohol use in psychiatric casualty patients. 

Anaf G, et al. Aust NZ J Psychiatry 1985 Dec;19(4):439-42 
Patterns and predictors of alcohol use among 7-12th grade 

students in New York State. Barnes GM, et al. 

J Stud Alcohol 1986 Jan;47(l):53-62 
Alcohol abuse, other drug abuse, and mental disorders in 

medical practice. Prevalence, costs, recognition, and 

treatment. Kamerow DB, et al. JAMA 1986 Apr 18; 

255(15):2054-7 
College students ' drinking problems: 1982-1985. Hanson DJ, 

et al. Psychol Rep 1986 Feb;58(l):276-8 
[Female alcoholics. Occurrence and characteristics] 

Munk-Jpirgensen P, et al. Ugeskr Laeger 1986 Mar 10; 

148(ll):674-7 (Eng. Abstr.) (Dan) 

[Alcoholic hepatopathy in our milieu. Relevant 

considerations on epidemiologic, clinico-pathological 

aspects and plans for future decision making] Beker S, et 

al. GEN 1984 Jul-Dec;38(3-4):73-90 (Eng. Abstr.) (Spa) 
[Epidemiology of drinking habits among adolescents] Nader 

A, et al. Rev Chil Pediatr 1985 Jul-Aug;56(4):217-2I (Eng. 

Abstr.) (Spa) 

PATHOLOGY 

Liver volume measurement by ultrasonography in normal 
subjects and alcoholic patients. Leung NW, et al. 
i Hepatol !986;2(2):157-64 

Giant multivesicular bodies in the rat hippocampal pyramidal 
cells after chronic alcohol consumption. Paula-Darbosa 
MM, et al. Neuroscl Lett 1986 Mar 14; 64(3): 345-9 

PHYSIOPATHOLOGY 

Insulin secretion in alcoholics in n withdrawal state. Adner 

N, et al. Acla Med Scand 1986;219(2):201-7 
Racial differences in alcohol sensitivity. Chan AW. 

Alcohol Alcohol 1986;21(1):93-104 (105 rcf.) 
Autonomic dysfunction in long-standing alcoholism. 

Matikainen E, et ai. Alcohol Alcohol 1986;21(l):69-73 
A comparative study of cytological and physiological 

parameters of semen obtained from alcoholics and 

non-alooholics. Nagy F, et al. Alcohol Alcohol 1986; 

21(0:17-23 
Alcohol usage and blood pressure: a review. Gleiberman L, 

et al. Hum Biol 1986 Feb;58(l):l-31 (76 ref.) 
[Alcohol and the lang. Anatomical and functional 

consequences] Douvicr JJ, et al. 

Ann Med Interne (Paris) 1985;136(8):667-70 (Eng. Abstr.) 

(Fre) 
[Brain function in alcoholic patients. Correlation of flicker 

fusion frequency and psychopathologic findings] Luderer 

HJ, et al. Fortschr Med 1986 Feb <i;104(5):IOI-4 (Eng. 

Abstr.) (Ger) 

[Hormonal regulation of carbohydrate metabolism in chronic 

alcoholism] Cohan M, et al. Endokrynol Pol 1985; 

36(5):255-61 (Eng. Abstr.) (Pol) 

PREVENTION & CONTROL 

Is a co-ordinated prevention policy really feasible? [editorial] 
Harrison L. Alcohol Alcohol 1986;21(l):5-7 

Government hypocrisy on drugs [editorial] 
Br Med J [Clin Res] 1986 Mar 15;292(6522):712-3 

PSYCHOLOGY 

Sociocultural and psychological factors related to alcoholism 

among American Indians and Caucasians. Jones-Saumty 

DJ, et al. Arukoru Kenkyuto Yakwbutsu Ison 1985 Dec; 

20(4):367-74 
Academic achievement in elementary school children of 

alcoholic mothers. Marcus AM. J Clin Psychol 1986 Mar; 

42(2):372-6 
Lifetime and recent alcohol consumption among male 

alcoholics. Neuropsychological implications. Svanum S, et 

al. J Nerv Mcnt Dis 1986 Apr;174(4):214-20 
Primary men alcoholics with histories of suicide attempts. 

Schuckit MA. J Stud Alcohol 1986 Jan;47(l):78-81 
Formal vs informal group affiliations: implications for alcohol 

and drug use among adolescents. Selnow GW, et al. 

J Stud Alcohol 1986 Jan;47(l):48-52 
An analysis of alcoholics ' perception of hostility before and 

after treatment. Moss SB, et al. J Subst Abuse Treat 1985; 

2(2):107-11 
Handwriting analysis in diagnosis and treatment of 

alcoholism. Lewinson TS. Percept Mot Skills 1986 Feb; 

62(l):265-6 
[Psychopathological study of 300 cases of chronic 

alcoholism] Veyrat JG, ct al. Ann Med Psychol (Paris) 1985 

Jul;l43(7):683-93 (Fre) 

REHABILITATION 

Is inpatient rehabilitation of the alcoholic cost effective? Con 
position. Annis HM. Ad\ Alcohol Subst Abuse 1985 
Fall-1986 Winter;5(l-2): 175-90 

Evaluation of a self-help manual for media-recruited 
problem drinkers: six-month follow-up results. Heather N, 
et al. Br J Clin Psychol 1986 Feb;25 ( Pt l):19-34 

The compulsory treatment of alcoholic drunken drivers 
referred by the courts: a 7 to 9 years outcome study. 
Ben-Arie O, et al. Int J Law Psychiatry 1986;8(2):229-35 



INDEX MEDICUS 

Comparative review of reporting and registration legislation 

for treatment of drug and alcohol dependent persons. 

Porter L, et al. Int J Law Psychiatry 1986;8(2):217-27 
Predictors of outcome type in treated problem drawers. 

Elal-Lawrence G, et al. J Stud Alcohol 1986 Jan;47(l):41-7 
The perception of empathy in alcoholism counselors. Kirk 

WG, et al. J Stud Alcohol 1986 Jan;47(l):82-4 
Improvement in men inpatients in an alcoholism rehabilitation 

unit; a week-by-week comparison. Verinis JS, et al. 

J Stud Alcohol 1986 Jan;47(i):85-8 

THERAPY 

To keep the alcoholic in out-patient treatment. A 

differentiated approach through treatment contracts. 

Ojehagen A, et al. Acts Psychiatr Scand 1986 Jan; 

Alcohol-dependent individuals sixteen years on. McCabe RJ. 

Alcohol Alcohol 1986;21(1):85-91 
Separation of taste-aversion-prone and 

taste-aversion-resistant rats through selective breeding: 

implications for individual differences in conditionability 

and aversion-therapy alcoholism treatment. Elkins RL. 

Behav Ncuroscl 1986 Feb;100(l):121-4 
Detoxification from alcohol at home managed by general 

practitioners. Stockweil T, et a!. Br Med J [CUn Res] 1986 

Mar 15;292(6522):733-5 
Substance abuse problems in Iowa: coordinating our efforts. 

Ellis M. Iowa Med 1986 Mar;76(3):100-4 
Treatment of chemical dependency: a new field for 

physicians. Haugland SM, et al. Iowa Med 1986 Mar; 

76(3): 11 5-7 
[Dynamics of personality changes in alcohol-dependent 

patients during treatment] Izdebski P. Psychlatr Pol 1985 

May-Jun;19(3):212-8 (Eng. Abstr.) (Pol) 

ALCOHOLS 

METABOLISM 

Activity of NMN+, nicotinamide ribose and analogs in 
alcohol oxidation promoted by horse-liver alcohol 
dehydrogenase. Improvement of this activity and structural 
requirements of the pyridine nucleotide part of the NAD + 
coenzyme. Sicsie S, et al. Eur J Biochem 1986 Mar 3; 
155(2):403-7 

ALCOHOLS, BUTYL 

TOXICITY 

[Toxicological characteristics of a new motor fuel a 
benzomethanol mixture] Kuslmeva VS, et al. Gig Sanit 1 986 
Feb;(2):ll-3 (Eng. Abstr.) (Rus) 

ALCOHOLS, HEXYL 

ANALYSIS 

[Gas chromatograpliy determinntion of 
2-ethylhex-2-en-l-al and its metabolites in grain] Seefeld 
F, et al. Z Gcsamtc Hyg 1986 Jan;32(l):2-4 (Eng. Abstr.) 

(Ger) 

ALCOHOLS, OCTYL 

Attraction of the tsetse fly Olossina morsitans submorsitans 
to acetone, l-octen-3-ol, and the combination of these 
compounds in West Africa. Politzar H, et al. 
Rev Elev Med Vet Pays Trop 1984;37(4);468-73 

ALCOHOLS, SUGAR see SUGAR ALCOHOLS 
ALCURONHJM see under TOXIFERINE 

ALDEHYDE DEHYDROGENASE 

ANTAGONISTS & INHIBITORS 

Inactivation of aldehyde dehydrogenase by a putative 
metabolite of cefamandole. Re: K.J. Freundt et al. Infection 
13 (1985) 91 [letter] Infection 1986 Jan-Feb;14(l):44-7 

Influence of several aldehyde dehydrogenase and aldehyde 
reductase inhibitors on diamine oxidase in rat brain. 
Ruggeri f, et al. Res Commun Chem Pathol Pharmacol 1986 
Feb;51(2):205-9 

BLOOD 

Cellular distribution and properties of human blood aldehyde 
dehydrogenase. Helander A, et al. Alcoholism (NY) 1986 
Jan-Feb;10(l):71-6 

Disulfiram-ethanol reaction in the rat, 1. Blood alcohol, 
acetaldehyde, and liver aldehyde dehydrogenase 
relationships. Jensen JC, et al. Alcoholism (NY) 1986 
Jan-Feb;10(l):45-9 

METABOLISM 

Biochemical and genetic studies on enzymes of alcohol 
metabolism: the mouse as a model organism for human 
studies. Holmes RS, et al. Alcohol Alcohol 1986;21(i):4l-56 
(117 ref.) 

Alcohol-metabolizing enzymes in placenta and fetal liver: 
effect of chronic ethanol intake. Sanchis R, et al. 



JUL 19tf 

Alcoholism (NY) 1986 Jan-Feb;10(l):39-44 
Activities and electrophoretic profiles of afcoti 
dehydrogenase and aldehyde dehydrogenase in human tew 
tissues. Koyata H, et al. 
Arukoru Kenkyuto Yakubutsu Ison 1985 Dec;20(4):}9+-t(J 

ALDEHYDE OXIDOREDUCTASES 

ISOLATION & PURIFICATION 

Simultaneous purification of three mitochondria! tnzvsa 
Acetylglutamate kinase, acetylglutamyl-pnosnhale 
reductase and carbamoyl-phosphate synthetasi &ts 
Neurospora crassa. Wandinger-Ness AU, el al 
J Blol Chem 1986 Apr 15;261(ll):4820-7 

METABOLISM 

The distribution of GABA-transaminase-dehydro|issj 
activity in the myenteric plexus of rat small imetoci 
histochemicnl analysis. Krantis A, et al. Neuroid Letf !tt 
Feb 14;64(1):85-90 

PHARMACODYNAMICS 

Hydroxylation of 4-amino-antifolates by partially 
aldehyde oxidase from rabbit liver. Fabre G, es el 
Biochem Pharmacol 1986 Apr 15;35(B):1325-.JQ 

ALDEHYDES 

Interference by monoclonal proteins in the o-n 
method for blood urea nitrogen. Pierce OF. ti gj 
Clin Chlm Acta 1986 Feb 15;154(3):233-6 

Glutaraldehyde-induced permeabilization of cell te?*fEf 
Harper IS. J Microsc 1986 Feb;141 ( 1>| lmPJ-4 

ADMINISTRATION & DOSAGE 

The effect of short-term immunothcrapy with P.-Cv 
anti-IgE and antigen-induced histumine tr'aant *r 
sensitive human basophils. Chyrek-UorowAis S f t 
Arch Immunol Thcr Exp (Wars*) 19H5;3J(ti>7**.*l 

ADVERSE EFFECTS 

[Decrease in the respiration rate in mice u r. .>,;,. t -. 
the irritating effects of chemical suliMnnn -~, '.tor ^ 
respiratory tract] Tomas T, et al Mf4 Pi ; 
36(5):295-302 (Eng. Abstr.) c 

ANALYSIS 

High-performance liquid chronmtonnipji!. -.-, ,J 
quantitation of acrolcin in biological Mmi|>!F-s H ' f 
al. J Chromatogr 1986 Feh 14;375(I):I5'' f* 

[Gas chrommography determination of 
2-ethylhex-2-en-l-ul and its mcmlMililct r, r -t ' V 
F, et al. Z Gesiimtc Hyg !9Hd Jan. .12(1) 2 4 ' - f i 



CHEMICAL SYNTHESIS 

Identifying regions of membrane pic item-. -.:< - 
phospholipid head groups: covalciit uiu - -- 
class of aldehyde lipid labels to cyl'i f-.i -.-.- 
McMillen DA, ct al. Biochemistry l')Kd la 1 ; :* : ' . 

PHARMACOUYNAMICS 

The surface charge of human $\,i'.. a , ; r 

erythrocytes. Grunze M, ct al. DUichirn lli-t&ri 

Mar 27;856(l):41-4 
Chemical modification of arginine residue *;..-, 

acylphosphatase. Tamura T, et al. 

Biochlm Biopbys Actn 1986 Mnr 2H,h7i: .. * 
Flow-cytometric determination of glutuit,: -,- t . 

vita! cells by o-pluhaldialdchyde <( I' I i - >. - 

J, et al. Exp Cell Res 1986 Apr;l(.3l.'( ": * ;** 
Scavenger receptor for aldeliyde-moililir,) t 

S, ct al. J Blol Chem 1986 Apr I5;2.!<n B " 
Effect of BW12C on oxygen affinity >! ^jr- r , 

sickle-cell disease. Kcidan AJ, el ul. IASSVQ .+ 

l(8485):831-4 
Methylglyoxal-tubulin interaction: stiulir . - : - 

effects on hepatoma, liver and pim* .- ; 

protein. Miglietta A, et al. 

Res Commun Chem Pathol I'rwrmM^-i 

51(2):245-60 

TOXICITY 

[Use of glutaraldehyde for sterilizing mr,?: .; 6 
of thermolabile materials (toxicology. *i ^ 
physicomechanical research)! Liarskil t'f 8 
Gig Sanit 1986 Feb;(2): 1 3-6 (Eng. 



ALDICARB see under INSECTICIDtJi. 
ALDOLASE see FRUCTOSEDIPHOSPIt %rt; 

ALDOSE REDUCTASE see under 
DEHYDROGENASES 



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JUL 1986 

ALDOSTERONE 

BIOSYNTHESIS 

The mechanism of the effect of K+ on the steroidogenesis 
of rat zona glomerulosa cells of the adrenal cortex: role 
of cyclic AMP. Hyatt PJ, et al. 
Proc R Soc Lond [Biol] 1986 Feb 22;227(1246):21-42 

BLOOD 

Plasma renin activity, aldosterone, and cortisol responses to 

n short-acting intravenous adrenocorticotropic hormone 

test [letter] Diamond TH, et al. Arch Intern Med 1986 May; 

146(5):1017, 1021, 1025 
Malignant hypertension in end-stage renal failure: 

hemodynamic and hormone status. Schohn DC, et al. 

Contrib Nephrol 1985;49:185-92 
Sodium excretion in advanced cirrhosis: effect of expansion 

of central blood volume and suppression of plasma 

aldosterone. Nicholls KM, et al. Hepatology 1986 Mar-Apr; 

6(2):235-8 
Detection of primary aldosterqnism by the 6-hour integrated 

aldosterone/renin ratio. Zadik Z, et al. Hypertension 1986 

Apr;8(4):285-9 
Lack of effect of metoclopramide on plasma aldosterone 

concentrations in young calves. Safwate A, ct nl. 

J Physlol (Paris) 1985;80(5):336-9 
Dopaminergic regulation of plasma aldosterone secretion in 

hypertensive patients. Kuo YM, et al. 

Taiwan I Hsueh Hui Tsa Chin 1985 Nov;84(ll): 1222-32 
[Radioimmunologic analysis of the status of the 

renin-angiotensin-aldosterone system in arterial 

hypertension] Slavnov VN, et al. Radiol Diagn (Bert) 1986; 

27(1): 12 1-8 (Eng. Abstr.) (Get) 

[Study of plasma aldosterone in patients on chronic 

hemodialysis] Dordevic V, et al. Ada Med lugosl 1986; 

40(l):49-55 (Eng. Abstr.) (Scr) 

[The renin-aldosterone system in patients with chronic 

airway obstruction] G6mez Fernandez P, et al. 

Med Clin (Bare) 1986 Jim 18;86(2):55-8 (Eng. Abstr.) 

(Spa) 

DEFICIENCY 

Pseudo-Addison's disease. Isolated corticotropin deficiency 
associated with hyporcninemic hypoaldosteronism. Manser 
TJ, et al. Arch Intern Med 1986 Mi\y;146(5):996-7 

Intact ability to lower urine pH in nonacidotic 
adreimlectomized rats. Mujais SK, et al. 
Miner Electrolyte Metab 1986;12(2):107-12 

METABOLISM 

Further studies on aldosterone metabolism. The Claude P. 
Brown memorial lecture. Morris DJ. Ann Clln Lab Scl 1986 
Mar-Apr;l6(2);94-102 

PHARMACODYNAMICS 

Effect of aldosterone on vascular aiigiotcnsin II receptors 
in the tat. Schiffrin EL, et al. Can J Physiol Plmrniucol 
1985 Dec;63(l2):IS22-7 

Are hypertensive effects of aldosterone, angiotensin, 
vasopressin, and norepinephrine chronically additive'.' 
Cowley AW Jr, et al. Hypertension 1986 Apr;8(4):332-43 

SECRETION 

Djuzepain inhibits potassium-induced aldosterone secretion 

in adrenal glomerulosa cell. Shibata II, et al. 

niochcm Blophys Res C'ommun 1986 Mar 28;135(3):994-9 
Fcnnklopani: effect on aldosterone secretion. Dupont AG, 

et al. Br J Clin Pharmacol 1986 Feb;21(2):243-4 
Inhibition of prolactin and aldosterone secretion by the 

dopnininc derivative ibopamine. Rolandi E, el al. 

ICur J Clin I'harniacol I986;29(5):629-30 
Evidence of prostacyclin deficiency in the syndrome of 

hyporeninemic hypoaldosteronism. Nadlcr JL, et al. 

N Engl J Med 1986 Apr 17;314(16):1015-20 
Hyporeninemic hypoaldosteronism [editorial] Williams GH. 

N Engl .1 Med 1986 Apr 17;314(16):1041-2 
Atrial natriuretic peptide inhibits the stimulation of 

aldosterone secretion by ACTII in vitro and in vivo. 

Chartier L, et al. Proc Soc Exp Biol Med 1986 May; 

182(1): 132-6 

ALDOSTERONISM see HYPERALDOSTERONISM 

ALDRICH SYNDROME see WISKOTT-ALDRICH 
SYNDROME 

ALEUTIAN MINK DISEASE 

see related 
CHEDIAK-HIGASHI SYNDROME 

ALEUTIAN MINK DISEASE VIRUS see under 
PARVOVIRIDAE 

ALEXITHYMIA see AFFECTIVE SYMPTOMS 

ALFALFA 

Effect of intake and forage level on ruminal turnover rates, 



INDEX MEDICUS 

bacterial protein synthesis and duodenal ntnino acid flows 
in sheep. Merchen NR, et al. J Anim Sci 1986 Jan; 
62(1 ):2 16-25 

ALGAE 

ENZYMOLOGY 

Characterization of nonheme type bromoperoxidase in 
Corallinu pilulifera. Itoh N, et al. J Biol Chcm 1986 Apr 
15;261(1 1):5194-200 

METABOLISM 

Antifungal activity of some mediterranean algae. Calvo MA, 
et al. Mycopathologia 1986 Jan;93(l):61-3 

ALGAE, BLUE-GREEN 

[Allergens and toxins of blue algae in bathing waters] Klein 
G. Schriftenr Ver Wasser Boden Lufthyg 1985;65:311-4 

(Ger) 

DHUG EFFECTS 

Effect of tryptophan on 2,4-dichlorophenoxyacctic acid 
toxicity in the nitrogen-fixing-cyanobacterium Nostoc 
linckia. Mishra AK, et al. J Basic Microbiol 1986; 
26(l):49-53 

ENZYMOLOGY 

A new restriction endonuclease from Spirulina platensis. 
Kawamura M, et al. Nucleic Acids Res 1986 Mar II; 
14(5):1985-9 

GENETICS 

Identification and sequence of a geiie required for a 

developmentally regulated DNA excision in Anabaena. 

Lammers PJ, et al. Cell 1986 Mar 28j44(6):905-ll 
Differences in mRNA levels in Anabaena living freely or 

in symbiotic association with Azolln. Nierzwicki-Bauer 

SA, et al. EMBO J 1986 Jan;5(l):29-35 
Organization of the genes for protein synthesis elongation 

factors Tu and O in the cyanobacterium Anacystis nidulans. 

Mickel FS, et al. J Bactcriol 1986 Apr;166(l):78-82 

METABOLISM 

Method for determining the temporal response of microbial 
phosphate transport affinity. Molot LA, et a\. 
AppI Environ Microhiol 1986 M:ir;51(3):524-31 

Hydroperoxide metabolism in cyanobucteriti. Tel-Or fi, et 
al. Arch Biochem Blophys 1986 Apr;246(l):396-402 

DNA metabolism during infection of Anacystis nidulans by 
cyanophage AS-1. VI. Effect of hydroxyurea and nalidixic 
acid on the development of cyunophuge AS-1. Lee HL, 
et al. Microblos 1985;43(176S):245-59 

RADIATION EFFECTS 

DNA metabolism during infection of Anacystis nichilnns by 
cyanophage AS-1. VII. UV-indced alterations of the 
AS-l/A. nidulans lytic cycle. Lee HL, el al. Microbios 
1983;43(176S):277-95 

ALGAE, BROWN see under ALGAE 

ALGAE, GREEN 

Genetic, biochemical, and molecular approaches to Volvox 
development and evolution. Kirk DL, et al. 
Int Rev Cytol !986;99:2 17-93 (170 ref.) 

GROWTH & DEVELOPMENT 

Bacterial microflora in Slichococcus bacillaris culture in 
nitrogenous-organic wastewaters. Bisy.-Konarzewska A, et 
al. Acta Microbiol Pol l85:34(3-4):277-86 

Cadmium toxicity to green alga Stichococcus bacillaris. 
Skowroriski T, et al. Acta Microbiol Pol 1985; 
34(3-4):309-12 

METABOLISM 

Method for determining the temporal response of microbial 

phosphate transport affinity. Molot LA, et al. 

Appl Environ Microbiol 1986 Mar;51(3):524-31 
A vibrating probe analysis of light-dependent transcellular 

currents in Acetabularia. Bowles EA, et al. 

Prog Clin Biol Res 1986;210:1 13-21 
Transcellular current and morphogenesis in Acetabularia 

mediterranen grown in white, blue and red light. Dazy AC, 

et al. Prog Clin Biol Res 1986;210:123-30 
Ionic currents during wall morphogenesis in Micrasterias and 

Closterium. Troxell CL, et al. Proij Clin Biol Res 1986; 

210:105-12 

ALGAE, RED 

METABOLISM 

[HPLC-pattern change of emetic ogonori (Gracilaria 
verrucosa Papenf.J components treated by an artificial 
gastric juice] Uchiyama S, et al. Eisei Shikenjo Hokoku 
1985;(103):97-101 (Eng. Abstr.) (Jpn) 



ALKALINE PHOSPHATASE 



ALGINATES 

An investigation into the compatibility of some irreversible 
hydrocolloid impression materials and dental gypsum 
products. Part II. A refined discriminatory procedure. 
Owen CP. J Oral Rehabil 1986 Mar; 13(2): 147-62 

Alginate impression materials, dimensional stability and 
surface detail sharpness following treatment with 
disinfectant solutions. Bergman B, et al. Swcd Dent J 1985; 
9(6):255-62 

ANALYSIS 

Exopolysaccharides of the phytopathogen Pseudomonas 
syringae pv. glycinea. Osman SF, et al. J Bacteriol 1986 
Apr;I66(l):66-71 

ALGODYSTROPHIC SYNDROME see REFLEX 
SYMPATHETIC DYSTROPHY 

ALGOR MORTIS see POSTMORTEM CHANGES 
ALIENATION, SOCIAL see SOCIAL ALIENATION 

ALKALESCENS-DISPAR GROUP see under 
ESCHERICHIA 

ALKALIES 

ANALYSIS 

[Migration of heavy metals from tableware determined by 
the method of the International Organization for 
Standardization] Ishiwata H, et al. 
Eisel Shikenjo Hokoku 1985;(103):154-7 (Eng. Abstr.) 

(Jpn) 

ALKALINE PHOSPHATASE 

ANALYSIS 

Characterization of cells with high alkaline phosphatase 
activity derived from human bone and marrow: preliminary 
assessment of their osteogenicity. Ashton BA, et ul 
Bone 1985;6(5):313-9 

Diagnostic value of high molecular weight alkaline 
phosphatase in detection of hepatic metastasis in patients 
with lung cancer. Nishio H, et al. Cancer 1986 May 1; 
57(9): 181 5-9 

[Initial studies on the determination of activity of several 
enzymes of the dental pulp after application of a dentin 
filling] Meissner M, et al. Zahn Mund Klcferhcllkd 1986; 
74(l):52-3 (Ger) 

ANTAGONISTS & INHIBITORS 

Protein pliosphorylation and oocyte maturation. I. Induction 
of starfish oocyte maturation by intracelluliir micruinjuctinn 
of a phosphatase inhibitor, alpha-naphihylphosphate. 
Pondaven P, et al. Exp Cell Res 1986 Apr;163(2):477-88 

BLOOD 

Plasma phosphorus, alkaline phosphatase and calcium levels, 

and bone mass of the second metacarpul in women: relation 

to body weight. Kono S, et al. 

Asia Oceania J Obstet Gynnccol 1985 Dec;l!(4):563-71 
Hyperphosphatiisemia in an adult. Clinical, 

roentgenographic, and Imtomorphonietric: findings and 

comparison to classical Page! "s disease. Einhorn TA. et 

al. Clin Orthop 1986 Mr;(204):253-60 
Changes in serum phosphorus, calcium anil alkaline 

phosphatase due to sucrall'ate. Vucelic B, et al. 

Int J Clln Pharmaeol Ther Toxicol 1986 Fcb;24(2) 93-6 
Diagnostic value of serum gamma-glutumyl transfcnise uiul 

alkaline phosphatase activities in heputobiliury disease irt 

the cat. Center SA, et al. J Am Vet Med Assoc 1986 Mar 

I;188(5):507-10 
Influence of age and pregnancy on serum calcium, inorganic 

phosphorus and alkaline phosphatase activity in red Sokoto 

goats. Kumaresan A, et al. 

Rev Elev Med Vet Pays Trop I984;37(4):477-8I 

DIAGNOSTIC USE 

Rapid diagnosis of viral infections by an alkaline pliosph.iln.se 
immunocytochemical method. Musiani M, et al. 
J Immunol Methods 1986 Apr 17;88(2):255-8 

GENETICS 

Nucleotide pool in pho regulon mutants and alkaline 
phosphatase synthesis in Escherichia coli. Rao NN, ct al. 
J Bncteriol 1986 Apr;166(l):205-ll 

IMMUNOLOGY 

APAAP labelling of blood and bone-marrow samples for 
phenotyping leukaemia. Erber WN, et al. Lancet 1986 Apr 
5;l(8484):761-5 

METABOLISM 

Biochemical markers of bone turnover in rheumatoid 
arthritis. Relation to anti-inflammatory treatment, sex, and 
menopause. Als OS, et al. Acta Med Scand 1986; 
219(2):209-!3 



75 



ALKALINE PHOSPHATASE 



INDEX MEDICUS 



Ultracytochemical demonstration of alkaline phosphatase ALKAPTONURIA 

activity in astrocytes and subependymal cells in the rat 

brain. Mori S, et al. Arch Histol Jpn 1985 Dec;48(5):5fl-7 
Histochemica! observation of alkaline phosphatase in 

endometrial abnormalities. Tsukada H, et al. 

Asia Oceania J Obstet Gynaecol 1985 Dec;ll(4):581-8 
The significance of the detection of alkaline phosphatase in 

the diagnosis of neuromuscular diseases. Schmidt A. 

Biomed Biochim Acta 1986;45(l-2):S115-7 
Alkaline phosphatase activity at unusual sites of human foetal 

kidney. Briere N. Cell Tissue Res 1986;243(3):567-73 
Effect of triiodothyronine on intestinal and kidney 

isoenzymes of alkaline phosphatase and on vitamin D 

metabolism in adult female rats. Colston K, et al. 

Comp Blochem Physiol [B] 1986;83(3):681-4 
Phosphorylated proteins from anuran intestinal microvilli 



DIAGNOSIS 

(Alkaptonuria Presentation of a case in a 2-year-old child] 
AlcalS O, et al. Bol Med Hosp Infant Mex 1986 Jan; 
43(l):61-5 (Eng. Abstr.) <Sp> 

FAMILIAL & GENETIC 

[Association between alkaptonuria and selected polymorphic 
systems] Kapralik I, et al. Bratlsl Lek Llsty 1986 Feb; 
85(2):194-20l (Eng. Abstr.) (Slo) 



membranes--!. Relations with alkaline phosphatase. el 
Maraghi-Ater H, et al. Comp Blochem Physiol [B] 1986; 
83(2):415-23 

PHARMACODYNAMICS 

Protein phosphorylation and oocyte maturation. II. Inhibition 
of starfish oocyte maturation by intracellular microinjection 
of protein phosphatases 1 and 2A and alkaline phosphatase. 
Meijer L, et al. Exp Cell Res 1986 Apr;163(2):489-99 

ALKALOIDS 

ANTAGONISTS & INHIBITORS 

Involvement of beta 2-adrenoceptor blockade and 
5-hydroxytryptamine mechanism in inhibition of 
harmaline-induced tremors in rats. Paul V. 
Eur J Pharmacol 1986 Mar ll;122(l):lll-5 

IMMUNOLOGY 

Human antibodies to the antineoplastic drug elliptiniura: 
characterization and structure-activity relationships. 
Alberici GF, et al. J Allergy Clln Immunol 1986 Apr; 
77(4):624-30 

ISOLATION & PURIFICATION 

[Gas chromatographic and mass spectrum analysis of the 
alkaloids of Dendrobium nobile cultivated on eleven trees] 
Wang XK. Chung Yao Tung Pao 1985 Aug;10(8>:3!-3, 35 

(Chi) 

PHARMACODYNAMICS 

Staurosporine, a potent inhibitor of 

phospholipid/Ca++dependent protein kinase. Tamaoki T, 

et al. Blochcm Biophys Res Commun 1986 Mar 13; 

135(2):397-402 
Ellipticines: correlation between in vitro DNA intercalation 

and physiological properties? Bertrand JR, et al. 

Chemloterapia 1985 Dec;4(6):445~53 
Taxol-dependenl mutants of Chinese hamster ovary cells 

with alterations in alpha- and beta-tubulin. Schibler MJ, 

et al. J Cell Blol 1986 Apr;102(4):1522-31 
[Effect of some isoquinoline alkaloids on monoamines in the 

rat brain] Liu GQ, et al. Yao Hsueh Hsuch Pao 1985 Aug; 

20(8):566-70 (Eng. Abstr.) (Chi) 

[Structure-activity relationships of acronycin] Reisch J, et 

al. Arch Pharra (Weinheim) 1986 Jan;319(l):25-8 (Eng. 

Abstr.) (Ger) 

THERAPEUTIC USE 

Phase II studies of homoharringtonine in patients with 
advanced malignant melanoma; sarcoma; and head and 
neck, breast, and colorectal carcinomas. Ajani JA, et al. 
Cancer Treat Rep 1986 Mar;70(3):375-9 

ALKALOSIS 

METABOLISM 

The. effect of alkalosis on the glucose-mediated insulin release 

by the rat. Ballina JC, et al. 

Acta Physiol Pharmacol Larinoaro 19B5;3S(3):267-73 
Blood, urine, and ruminal fluid changes associated with 

metabolic alkalosis induced by duodenal obstruction. Avery 

TB, et al. Am J Vet Res 1986 Apr;47(4):890-6 

PATHOLOGY 

Structural adaptation of intercalated cells in rat renal cortex 
to acute metabolic acidosis and alkalosis. D0rup J. 
J Ultrastruct Res 1985 Jul-Aug;92(l-2); 119-31 

PHYSIOPATHOLOGY 

Ventilatory acclimatization to hyppxia is not dependent on 
cerebral hypocapnic alkalosis. Bisgard GE, et al. 
J Appl Physiol 1986 Mar;60(3):1011-5 

ALKANES 

METABOLISM 

[Detection of two forms of cytochrome P-450 participating 
in the oxidation of n-alkanes by Candida yeasts] Sokolov 
lul, et al. Dokl Akad Nauk SSSR 1986;286(6):1509-II 

(Rus) 



ALKENES 

PHAHMACODYNAMICS 

Oestrogenic and antioestrogenic actions in a series of 
triphenylbut-1-enes: modulation of prolactin synthesis in 
vitro. Jordan VC, et al. Br J Pharmacol 1986 Jan; 
87(l):217-23 

ALKYLATING AGENTS 

see related 

ANTINEOPLASTIC AGENTS 
CARCINOGENS 
NITROGEN MUSTARD COMPOUNDS 

PHARMACODYNAMICS 

DNA repair dependence of somatic mutagenesis of 
transposon-caused white alleles in Drosophila 
melanogaster after treatment with alkylating agents. 
Fujikawa K, et al. Genetics 1986 Mar;112(3):505-22 

TOXICITY 

Comparative studies of total cross-linking, cell survival and 
cell cycle perturbations in Chinese hamster cells treated 
with alkylating agents in vitro. Millar BC, et al. 
Blochem Pharmacol 1986 Apr l;35(7):1163-9 

Effect of age on DNA repair in carcinogenesis due to 
alkylating agents. Likhachev AJ. IARC Sci Publ 1985; 
(58):239-46 

ALLANTOIN 

ADVERSE EFFECTS 

ScroSal squamous cell carcinoma in a psoriatic patient treated 
with coal tar [letter] Moy LS, et al. 
J Am Acad Dermatol 1986 Mar;14(3):518-9 

ALLANTOIS see under FETAL MEMBRANES 

ALLELES 

The halothane sensitivity locus and its linkage relationships. 

Archibald AL, et al. 

Anlm Blood Groups Biochem Genet !985;16(4):253-63 (57 

ref.) 
Prediction of the halothane (Hal) genotypes of pigs by 

deducing Hal, Phi, Po2, Pgd haplotypes of parents and 

offspring: results from a large-scale practice in Swedish 

breeds. Gahne 13, et al. 

Anlm Blood Groups Blochem Genet l985;16(4):265-83 
Trends in economic traits, halothane sensitivity, blood group 

and enzyme systems of Swiss Landrace and Large White 

pigs. Vogeli P, et al. 

Anlm Blood Groups Biochem Genet 1985;16(4):285-96 
Quantitative expression of epitopes defined by murine 
'monoclonal antibodies on DR molecules from different 

HLA haplotypes. Letarte M, et al. Bloscl Rep 1985 

Oct-Nov;5(10-ll):923-31 
Loss of alleles at polymorphic loci on chromosome 2 in uveal 

melanoma. Mukai S, et al. Cancer Genet Cytogenet 1986 

May;22(l):45-53 
One adenosine deaminase allele in a patient with severe 

combined immunodeficiency contains a point mutation 

abolishing enzyme activity. Valeric D, et al. EMBO J 1986 

Jan;5(l):113-9 
Three alleles for quantitative Lp(a). Hasstedt SJ, et al. 

Genet Epldemlol 1986;3(l):53-5 
Effects of alleles at the agouti locus on minor skeletal variants 

in C57BL/6 house mice. Leamy L, et al. Genet Res 1986 

Feb;47(l):35-41 
Analysis of the dosage compensation of a specific transcript 

in Drosophila melanogaster. Breen TR, et al. Genetics 1986 

Mar;112(3):483-91 
DNA repair dependence of somatic mutagenesis of 

transposon-caused white alleles in Drosophila 

melanogaster after treatment with alkylating agents. 

Fujikawa K, et al. Genetics 1986 Mar;112(3):505-22 
The allelic correlation structure of Oalnj- and 

Kalam-speaking people. 1. The estimation and 

interpretation of Wrights F-statistics. Long JC. 

Genetics 1986 Mar;112(3):629-47 
Selection and biased gene conversion in a multigene family: 

consequences of interallellc bias and threshold selection. 

Walsh JB. Genetics 1986 Mar;112(3)i699-716 
Polymorphism of EsD by Isoeleotric focusing: description 

of the new allele EsD'Kofu and phenotyping in 



JUL 1984 

bloodstains. Komatsu N, et al. Z Rechtim^ tu 
95(4):227-33 * '"* 

ALLERGEN BRONCHIAL PROVOCATION TESTS v, 
BRONCHIAL PROVOCATION TESTS 

ALLERGENS 

see related 

BITES AND STINGS 
DUST 
FEATHERS 
FUNGI 

ANALYSIS 

Allergens of chrysanthemum pollen. Diener C, et al 
Allergol Immunopathol (Madrt 1986 Jan-Feb;14()):*5,!! 

DIAGNOSTIC USE 

Hislopathological support of antagonism of allergea-tefead 
mast cell mediator release in human skin by 
beta-2-agonist. Gronneberg R, et al. Allersv 1914 IB 
41(l):71-4 w i win 

IMMUNOLOGY 

Eczematous reactions in atopio patienti e**sd *> 
epicutaneous testing with inhalant allergens 
et al. Br J Dermatol 1986 Mar;114(3):303-9 

T cell responses to a Dermatophagoides farina; 
preparation in allergies and healthy controls Hi_ 
R, et al. Int Arch Allergy Appl Immunol \9KjKX.ivaj 

[Allergens in residential areas] Klaschkn F. 
Schriftenr Vcr Wnsser Boden Lufthyg 19S5.6 



ISOLATION & PURIFICATION 

Isolation of a Kentucky Blue grass pollen allctgrs y 
murine monoclonal antibody immunosorbenl 
Ekramoddoullnh AK, et al. 
Int Arch Allergy Appl Immunol 1986;80(1) I0r> t 

Comparative studies on tree pollen nllergcm X 
purification and N-tcrminal amino acid teqiK-Xa 
of the major allergen of birch pollen (BeUlU V 
Vik H, et al. Int Arch Allergy Appl 
80(1): 17-25 

PHARMACODYNAMICS 

Smoking, allergy and airways obstruction ret:tj 
Dutch hypothesis'. Pride N. Clln AlUrsj ' M 
- 



ALLERGIC ALVEOLITIS, EXTRINSIC tte Al\l(M> 
EXTRINSIC ALLERGIC 

ALLERGIC BRONCHOPULMONARV ASff :jVil| 
see ASPERGILLOSIS, ALLERGIC: 
BRONCHOPULMONARY 

ALLERGIC CONJUNCTIVITIS sec CONJI Vf.TT- 
ALLERGIC 



ALLERGIC CUTANEOUS ANGIITIS MM: 
ALLERGIC CUTANEOUS 

ALLERGIC CUTANEOUS VASCUI.ITIS w^r \ 
ALLERGIC CUTANEOUS 

ALLERGIC PURPURA see PURPURA, 
SCHOENLEIN-HENOCH 

ALLERGY see HYPERSENS1TIVITY 



ALLERGY (SPECIALTY) see ALLERKV 
IMMUNOLOGY 

ALLERGY AND IMMUNOUCKiY 

[The planet Immunology] Cavallo G. 
G Batteriol Vlrol Immunol 1984 Jul I>et " - i 



HISTORY 

[Ancient legends in modern immunolo*; fca~ 
Tldsskr Nor Laegeforen 1986 Feb 20 !j4* .*-. 
Abstr.) ' " 

ALLIED HEALTH OCCUPATIO^S - 
OCCUPATIONS *** 

ALLIED HEALTH 

Prehospital care and the physician n 
Alaska Med 1985 Oct-Dec]27(4):9g 
AIDS the responsibility of health 

risk [letter) 



[Improved working conditions for ihe 
medical personnel of polyolinics 
Sov Zdravookhr 1986;(2):lg-H 



76 



JUL 1986 

EDUCATION 

A paying health promotion clinic: combining client services 
and student learning. Arlton D. J Allied Health 1986 Feb; 



Field and classroom instruction to AMP students in 
community medicine and its effect on cognitive ability. 
Babaptille CJ, ct ul. Mcd Teach 19S5;7(2): 165-72 

PSYCHOLOGY 

Occupational stress within the paramedic profession: an initial 
report of stress levels compared to hospital employees. 
Hammer JS, et al. Ann Emerg Mcd 1986 May;15(5):536-<> 

STANDARDS 

Are all health disciplines working together [letter] Ainbinder 
H. Del Med J 1986 Fefa;58(2):103 

ALLIGATORS AND CROCODILES see under REPTILES 
ALLOANTIBODIES see ISOANTIBODIES 
ALLOANTIGENS see ISOANTIGENS 
ALLOBARBITAL see under BARBITURATES 

ALLOGRAFT see TRANSPLANTATION, 
HOMOLOGOUS 

ALLOMYCES see MASTIGOMYCOTINA 

ALLOPHANATE HYDROLASE see under 
AM IDOHYDROLASES 

ALLOPURINOL 

ADVERSE EFFECTS 

[Exanthema during frequent use of antibiotics and 
antibacterial drugs (penicillin, especially aminopenicillin, 
cephalosporin and cotrimoxazole) as well as allopurinol. 
Results of The Berne Comprehensive Hospital Drug 
Monitoring Program] Sonntag MR, et al. 
Schwciz Mail Wochonschr 1986 Feb l;116(5):142-5 (Eiig. 
Abstr.) (Gcr) 

THERAPEUTIC USE 

Adenine therapy in Lcsch-Nyhan syndrome. Biihrdel P, et 

al. Acts PuedhUr Hums 1985;26(4):327-33 
[Allopurinol in the treatment of psoriasis patients] Rakhmatov 

AB. Vcstn Dcrmatol Vcnerol 1986;(l):58-9 (Eng. Abstr.) 

(Rus) 

ALLOSTERIC SITE sec under WINDING SITES 

ALLOTYI'ES, IMMUNOGLOBULIN sec 
IMMUNOGLOHULIN AI.l.OTYPES 

ALLO1 Vl'lC ANTIBODIES see IMMUNOGI.ODULIN 
ALLOTYPES 



ALLOXAN 

Resistance of cats to the diabelogenic effect of alloxan. 
Hatchell DL, el al. Lab Anim Sci 1986 r-eh;36(l):37-40 

PHARMACODYNAMICS 

Glucagon-induced inhibition of feeding is impaired by 
hepatic portal alloxan injection. Ritter S, et al. 
Am J Physinl 1986 Apr;250(4 Pi 2):R682-90 

ALI.OXAN DIABETES see DIABETICS MELLITUS, 
EXPERIMENTAL 

ALLOYS 

[Cast metal spongioid bone implants in animal experiments] 
Kriifier M, et al. Z Orthop 1985 Nov-Dec;123(6):962-5 
(Eng. Abstr.) (Ger) 

[Relation of the strength of metal-ceramic systems to the 
surface roughness of the metallic frameworks] Dolnikov 
Al, el al. Med Tckh 1986 Jan-Feb;(l):35-8 (Rus) 

PHARMACODYNAMICS 

The biological response to titanium and 
titanium-aluminium-vanadium alloy particles. II. 
Long-term animal studies. Rae T. Biomaterlals 1986 Jan; 
7(1):37-40 

The biological response to titanium and 
titanium-aluminium-vanadium alloy particles. I. Tissue 
culture studies. Rae T. Biomatcrials 1986 Jan;7(l):30-6 

ALLYL COMPOUNDS 

ADVERSE EFFECTS 

Mutagenicity of chloroolefins in the Salmonella/mammalian 
microsome test. III. Metabolic activation of the allylic 
chloropropenes allyl chloride, 1,3-dichloropropene, 
2,3-dichloro-l-propene, 1,2,3-trichloropropene, 
l,l,2,3-tetrachloro-2-propene and hexachloropropene by 



INDEX MEDICUS 

S9 mix via two different metabolic pathways. Neudecker 
T, et al. Mutat Res 1986 Apr-May;170(l-2):l-9 
Effects of allyl chloride on occupationally exposed subjects. 
He FS, et al. Scand J Work Environ Health 1985;! 1 Suppl 
4:43-5 

ALLYLAMINE see under AMINES 
ALLYLESTRENOL see under ESTRENES 
ALLYLGLYCINE see under GLYCINE 

ALLYLISOPROPYLACETAMIDE see under 
ACETAMIDES 

ALOE see under PLANTS, MEDICINAL 

ALOPECIA 

CHEMICALLY INDUCED 

Report of a patient with lithium-related alopecia and 
psoriasis. Ghadirian AM, et al. J Clin Psychiatry 1986 Apr; 
47(4):212-3 

ETIOLOGY 

Hair loss. Common congenital and acquired causes. Phillips 
JH 3d, et al. Postgrad Med 1986 Apr;79(5):207-15 

PATHOLOGY 

Pseudopelade of Brocq. Brann-Falco O, et al. 
Dermatologica 1986;172(l):I8-23 

PHYSIOPATHOLOGY 

Sudden hair loss in a healthy young woman. Squillacote D. 

Hosp Pract [Off] 1986 Apr 15;21(4):138A-138E 
[Androgen-depcndent skin disorders and gynecologic 

therapy] Budinsky J. Cesk Gynekol 1986 Mar;51(2):102-3 

(Czc) 

PSYCHOLOGY 

Hostile personality characteristics, dysthymic states and 
neurotic symptoms in urticaria, psoriasis and alopecia. 
Lyketsos QC, et al. Psychothcr Psyctiosom 1985; 
44(3): 122-31 

SURGERY 

[Surgical treatmenl of cicalricial alopecia) Doquicchio A, et 
al. Minerva Chir 1986 Feb 28;4 1(3-4): 169-74 (Eng. Abstr.) 

<Ita) 

ALOPECIA AREATA 

IMMUNOLOGY 

[HLA antigens of patients with alopecia arenia] Averbakh 
EV, el al. Vcstn Dcrmatol Vcnerol 1986;(l):24-6 (Eng. 
Abslr.) (Rus) 

PATHOLOGY 

Alopecia areata: alterations in the hair growth cycle and 
correlation with the follicular pathology. Messenger AG, 
el al. Br J Dermatol 1986 Mar;114(.l):337-47 

PSYCHOLOGY 

Social and psychological implications of alopecia areata. 
Heard HO. J Am Acnil Dermatol 1986 Apr;14(4):697-7(K) 

ALOPECIA MUCINOSA see under ALOPECIA 
ALOUATTA sec under CEBI1ME 

ALPHA 1-ACID GLYCOPROTEIN see OROSOMUCOID 
ALPHA 1-ACID SEROMUCOID see OROSOMUCOID 
ALPHA ACTININ see ACTININ 

ALPHA 2-ACUTE PHASE GLOBULINS see ALPHA 
MACROGLOBULINS 

ALPHA ADRENERGIC RECEPTOR AGONISTS see 
ADRENERGIC ALPHA RECEPTOR AGONISTS 

ALPHA ADRENERGIC RECEPTOR BLOCKADERS see 
ADRENERGIC ALPHA RECEPTOR BLOCKADERS 

ALPHA ADRENERGIC RECEPTORS see RECEPTORS, 
ADRENERGIC, ALPHA 

ALPHA-AMYLASE 

BIOSYNTHESIS 

High expression of Bacillus licheniformis alpha-amylase with 
a Bacillus secretion vector. Sibakov M. Eur J Biochem 1986 
Mar 17;155(3):577-81 



ALPHA FETOPROTEINS 



BLOOD 



Fluorometric rate assay of alpha-amylase using an 

intramolecularly-quenched fluorescent substrate (FG5P). 

Omichi K, et al. J Biochem (Tokyo) 1986 Jan;99(l):291-4 
Reference interval for serum alpha-amylase determined with 

p-nitrophenyl-alpha-D-maltohcptaoside as a substrate. 

Juan-Pereira L, et al. J Clin Chcm Clin Biochem 1935 Dec; 

23(12):861-3 
[alpha-Amylase standard values in children] Zabransky S, 

et al. Klin Padiatr 1986 Jan-Feb;198(l):29-32 (Eng. Abstr.) 

(Ger) 

GENETICS 

Protoplast transformation in coryneform bacteria and 
introduction of an alpha-amylase gene from Bacillus 
amyloliquefaciens into Brevibacterium lactofermentum. 
Smith MD, et al. Appl Environ Microbiol 1986 Mar; 
51(3):634-9 

METABOLISM 

Studies on the substrate specificity of alpha- and 
beta-amylase of Entamoeba histolytica. Werries E, et al. 
Mol Biochem Parasitol 1986 Feb;18(2):211-21 

ALPHA 1-ANTITRYPSIN 

ANALYSIS 

Comparison of milk antitrypsin, albumin, 

n-acetyl-beta-D-glucosaminidase, somatic cells and 

bacteriological analysis as indicators of bovine subclinical 

mastitis. Manila T, et al. Vet Res Commun 1986 Mar; 

10<2):1 13-24 
[Effect of tobacco smoke on pH, serum antiprotease capacity 

and trypsin activity in vitro studies] Nowak D, et al. 

Pol Tyg Lck 1985 Dec 2;40(48):1341~4 (Eng. Abstr.) 

(Pol) 
[Serological markers for hepatitis B and alpha 1-antitrypsin 

in Indians of the Mekranhotire tribe] Franco VS, et al. 

Rev Paul Mcd 1985 Sep-Oct;103(5):223-7 (Eng. Abstr.) 

(Port 

BLOOD 

Connection between two peripherical markers in a group 
of asthmatic patients. Monteseirin FJ, et al. 
AllcrRul Immunopathol (Madr) 1985 Nov-Dec;13(6):509-12 

DEFICIENCY 

Severe pancreatitis and fatly liver progressing to cirrhosis 
associated with Coxsackie B4 infection in a lliree year old 
with alpha-1-antitrypsin deficiency. Kennedy JD, et al. 
Acta Pacdiatr Scnnd 19fi6 Mar;75(2):336-9 

Defective neutrophtl chemotaxis in patients with 
aipha-1-antitrypsin deficiency. Khan A.1, et al. 
Eur ,1 Pcdialr 1986 Feb;144(5):464-6 

Nccrotic panniculitis with alpha- 1 antitrypsin deficiency. 
Viraben R, et al. J Am Acad Dermatol I'JKh Apr;14(4):684-7 

GENETICS 

Population genetic studies of PI, Tf, Gc and PGM1 subtypes 
among various caste groups in North India. Kumholi Ml. 
Acta Anthropogenet 1984;8(3-4):1 59-79 

Isolation and characterization of the alpha 1 -antitrypsin gene 
of mice. Krautcr KS, et al. DNA 1986 Feb;5(l):Z9-36 

Regional location of alpha 1-anticliymotrypsin and alpha 
1-antitrypsin genes on human chromosome 14. Rabin M, 
et al. Somatic Cell Mol Genet 1986 Mar;l2(2):209-14 

[1 lepatocellular carcinoma and the alpha 1-antitrypsin 
phenotype] Labadie H, et al. Gastrocnterol Clin Uiol 1985 
Dec;9(12):881-5 (Eng. Abslr.) (Frc) 

METABOLISM 

[Possibilities of prevention of the oxidative inactivation of 
alpha 1-antiproteinase] Nowak D, el al. Pol Tyg Lek 1985 
Dec 2;40(48): 1345-7 (Eng. Abstr.) (Pol) 

ALPHA-CHLOROHYDRIN sec under 
CHLOROHYDRINS 

5 ALPHA-DIHYDROTESTOSTERONE see STANOLONE 

ALPHA FETOPROTEINS 

ANALYSIS 

High maternal serum alplia-fetoprotein and low birthweighl. 

A study concerning possible correlation between maternal 

weight, smoking, and serum alpha-fetoprotein and 

subsequent birthweighl and gestational age. Secher NJ, ct 

al. Am J Pcrinatoi 1985 Apr;2(2):78-81 
Tumour markers in germ cell tumours [editorial] Rustin GJ. 

Br Mcd J [Clin Res] 1986 Mar 15;292(6522):7l3-4 
Serum ferritin level after resection of hepalocellular 

carcinoma. Correlation with alpha-fetoprotein level. 

Nagasue N, et al. Cancer 1986 May l;57(9):1820-3 
Maternal serum alpha-fetoprolein screening: report of a pilot 

project in Iowa. Williamson RA, et al. Iowa Mcd 1986 

Feb;76(2):6!-2, 63-4 
Placental chorioangioma: a rare cause of elevated amniotic 



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ALPHA FETOPROTEINS 

fluid alpha-fetoprotein. Willard DA, et al. 

J Ultrasound Med 1986 Apr;5(4):221-2 
Misconceptions and source of errors in interpretation ot 

cellular and serum markers in testicular cancer. Javadpour 

N. J Urol 1986 Apr;135(4):879 
Serum alpha-fetoprotein subfractions in hepatic malignancies 

identified by different reactivities with concanavalm A, 

lentil lectin or phytohemagglutinin-E. Ishiguro T, ct al. 

Jpn J Surg 1986 Jan;16(l):16-2i 
Fucosylation of alpha-fetoprotein in hepatocellular 

carcinomas [letter] Buamah PK, ct al. Lancet 1986 Apr 

19;l(8486):922-3 , . . 

Outcome in infants born to mothers with unexplained 

elevations of maternal serum alpha-fetoprotein. Burton BK, 

et al. Pediatrics 1986 Apr;77(4):582-6 
The predictive value of pre-orchidectomy serum tumor 

markers in non seminomatous germ cell tumors of the testis 

(N S G.C.T.T.). Boccon-Gibod L, et al. 

Prog Clin Biol Res 1985;203:93-5 
Immunohistochemistry of germ cell tumors of the testis. 

Study of beta HCG and AFP. Caillaud JM, et al. 

Prog Clin Biol Res 1985;203: 139-40 
Pre-, per- and post-chemotherapy tumour markers in very 

advanced testicular cancer. Fossa SD, et al. 

Prog Clin Biol Res 1985;203:121 . 

Diagnostic value of markers AFP, HCG and LDH m 

advanced germ cell tumors before and af , ercytO s, asl sres P . 



INDEX MEDICUS 

ALPHA 2-GLUCOPROTEINS see ALPHA 
MACROGLOBULINS 

ALPHA-GLUCOSIDASES see under GLUCOSIDASES 
ALPHA-HEPARIN see HEPARIN 
ALPHA-HYPOPHAMINE see OXYTOCIN 
ALPHA LIPOPROTEINS see LIPOPROTEINS, HDL 

ALPHA MACROFETOPROTEINS see ALPHA 
MACROGLOBULINS 

ALPHA MACROGLOBULINS 

METABOLISM 



i . j ]U1U1 U^tl l^UIH - - , 

Alpha 2-macroglobulin-proteinase complexes as correlated rg ucce9S f u i use of prostaglandin El in severe pr 
with alpha 1-proteinase inhibitor-elastase complexes in arter i t i s ] PetraSko M, et al. Cas Lek Cesk 1986 



wnn aipna i jjiuiciiida^ m.nv.vu. w.~...- -r ancrmsj rcuusim iv 

synovial fluids of rheumatoid arthritis patients. Bonn w, i25(9):262-4 (Eng. , 
et al. Arthritis Rheum 1986 Mar;29(J):3 19-25 [Prostaglandin El inn 

urification and characterization of a 'half-molecule aipna hear( d j seases . R ev j, 

...... 



PunflCStion niiu v;iii.ia^i.^n*-n"" " <- - - _ 

2-macroglobulin from the southern grass frog: absence ot 
binding to the mammalian alpha 2-macroglobulm recep or. 
Feldman SR, et al. Biochemistry 1986 Feb ll;25(J):^l-/ 



yam DinOlIlS L.S*J*I*WH. |J -^i - 1 ,Xn/- T 

^Roberts RC, et al. Clin Chlrn Acta 1986 Jan 



JUL 1986 

250(4 Pt l):C584-8 
Prostaglandin F2 alpha and El regulation of proliferation 

in primary cultures of rabbit endometrial cells. Orlicky DJ, 

et al. J Cell Physiol 1986 Apr;127(l);55-60 
In vitro bioactivity of a synthesized prostaglandin El-heparin 

conjugate. Jacobs H, et al. J Pharm Sci 1986 Feb; 

75(2): 172-5 

THERAPEUTIC USE 

Prostaglandin El and survival in patients with the adult 
respiratory distress syndrome. A prospective trial. Holcroft 
JW, et al. Ann Surg 1986 Apr;203(4):371-8 

A controlled trial of prostaglandin El precursor in chronic 
neuroleptic resistant schizophrenic patients. Vaddadi KS, 
et al. Psychopharmacology (Berlin) 1986;88(3):362-7 

PGE1 treatment of severe skin ischemia in patients with 
peripheral arterial insufficiency the effect on skin 
microcirculation. Fagrell B, et al. Vasa 1986;15(1):56-60 

restive 
'eb 28; 

Abstr.) (CM) 

in newborn infants with ductus-dependent 
.eview of 40 cases] Sinioes LC, et al. 
Arq Bras Cardiol 1985 Jul;45(l):31-6 (Eng. Abstr.) <P> 

ALTERNARIA see under HYPHOMYCETES 



Germ cell tumor in i 

demonstration of alpha-fe . 

gonadotropin, and carcinoembryomc antigen. 

al. Surg Neurol 1986 May;25(5):495-500 
[Alpha fetoprotein: its nature, physiological levels and 

clinical value] Mebazaa A, et al. Tunis Med 1985 Get; 

63(10):497-500 (18 ref.) (Eng. Abstr.) ("W 

[Levels of tumor markers (orosomucoid, 

pregnancy-associated alpha 2-glycoprotem, pregnancy 

protein-1, placental specific-tissue protein 10, placental 

specific-tissue protein 12, alpha 1 -fetoprotein) in the serum 

of patients with bronchial carcinoma] Briese V, et al. 

Arch Geschwulstforsch 1986;56(1): 13-22 (Eng. Abslr -> 

[Fundamental and clinical evaluation of 'ELSA AFP RIA 
kit' for radioimmunoassay of alpha-fetoprotein] Kousaka 
T, et al. Kaku Igaku 1985 Dec;22<;i2):1851-6 (Jpn) 

[Radioimmunologic methods in the diagnosis and evaluation 
of the efficacy of treating cancer of the stomach] 
Ozherel'ev AS. et al. Sov Med 1986j(l):16-9 (Eng. Abstr.) 

(Rus) 

[Determination of alpha-fetoprotein in blood stains] Popov 
lula, et al. Sud Med Ekspert 1986 Jan-Mar;29(l):31-2 (Eng. 
Abstr.) < Rus > 

BIOSYNTHESIS 

alpha-Fetoprotein synthesis in transformed fetal rat liver 
cells Chou JY, et al. Biochem Biophys Res Commun 1986 
Mar 28; 135(3): 844-51 

BLOOD 

Raised maternal serum alpha-fetoprotein levels not associated 
with fetal malformations. A case report. Munoz WP, et 
al. S Afr Med J 1986 Mar l;69(5):323-5 

GENETICS 
Regulated expression of alpha-fetoprotein genes in transgenic 

mice. Krumlauf R, et al. 

Cold Spring Harbor Symp Quant Biol 1985;50:371-8 
Mechanism of the dexamethasone effect on alpha-fetoprotein 

gene expression in McA-RH8994 rat hepatoma cells. Cook 

JR, et al. J Biol Chera 1986 Apr 5;261(10):4663-8 

METABOLISM 

A surprising increase in the affinity of estrogen for rat 
alpha-fetoprotein after it is treated with N-ethylmnleimide. 
Baker ME. Biochem Int 1986 Feb; 12(2):33 1-40 

Alnha-fctoprotein-producing pancreatoblastoma. A case 
report. Iseki M, et al. Cancer 1986 May l;57(9):1833-5 

PHARMACODYNAMICS 

Effects of steel mutation on spermatogenesis stimulated by 
fetuin. Nishimune Y, et nl. Arch Androl 1985;15(2-3):1 17-21 

ALPHA-GALACTOSIDASES see under 
GALACTOSIDASES 

ALPHA GLOBULINS 

GENETICS 

Associations between marker genotypes, halothane reaction, 
creatine kinase activity and meat quality characters m a 
sample of German Landrace pigs. Glodek P, et al. 
Anhn Blood Groups Biochem Genet 1985;16(4>.319-27 

The position of the epistatic S locus in the halothane linkage 
group in pigs. Van Zeveren A, et al. 
Anim Blood Groups Biochem Genet 1985;16(4):297-305 

1,4-ALPHA-GLUCAN BRANCHING ENZYME see under 
GLUCOSYLTRANSFERASES 



1986 Apr;l 14(2):470-4 

PHARMACODYNAMICS 

Inactivation of human interlcukin-2 (IL-2) by alpha 

2-macroglobulin-trypsin complexes. Borth W, et al. 

Immunology 1986 Mar;57(3):367-71 
Modulation of antigen-induced T cell proliferation by alpha 

2M-1rypsin complexes. Mannhalter JW, et ul. 

J Immunol 1986 Apr 15;136(8):2792-9 . 

Interaction of SK-human plasmin, SK-dog plasmm 

complexes with alpha 2-antiplasmm and alpha 

2-macroglobulin. Reddy KN, et al. Thromb Res 1986 Mnr 

1;41(5):671-80 

ALPHA RHYTHM 

EEG alpha asymmetry: task difficulty and hypnotizability. 
De Pascalis V, et al. Percept Mot Skills 1986 Feb; 
62(1): 139-50 

ALPHA-TOXIN see PHOSPHOLIPASE C 
ALPHADIONE see ALTHESIN 
ALPHAMETHYLDOPA see METHYLDOPA 

ALPHAVIRUSES 

ISOLATION & PURIFICATION 

The purification of alphavirus virions and subviral particles 
using ultrafiltration and gel exclusion chromatography. 
Crooks AJ, et al. Anal Biochem 1986 Feb 1;152(2):295-303 

ALPORT'S SYNDROME see NEPHRITIS, HEREDITARY 

ALPROSTADIL 

ADMINISTRATION & DOSAGE 

Ovarian steroid manipulation of the antidipsogenic and 
thermogenic responses of rats to central administration of 
prostaglandin El. Skoog KM, et al. Behav Neurosci 1986 
Feb; 100(1): 11 7-20 

ANALOGS & DERIVATIVES 

Identification of 6-oxo-prostaglandin El as a naturally 
occurring prostanoid generated by rat lung. Berry CN, et 
al. Br J Pharmacol 1986 Feb;87(2):327-35 

Characterization of prostanoid relaxant/inhibitory receptors 
(psi) using a highly selective agonist, TR4979. Gardiner 
PJ. Br J Pharmacol 1986 Jan;87(l):45-56 

Effect of a prostaglandin El derivative (OP-1206) and 
acetylsalicylic acid on electrically induced thrombosis in 
guinea-pig mesenteric artery and its modification by an 
inhibitor of prostaglandin 12 synthetase, tranylcypromine. 
Fujitani B, et al. Jpn J Pharmacol 1986 Jan;40(l):31-5 

[Status of prostacyclin control of the thrombocyte-vessel 
wall system in patients with cerebral circulatory disorders] 
Akopov SE, et al. Klin Med (Mosk) 1986 Jan;64(l):69-72 
(Eng. Abstr.) (Rus) 

METABOLISM 

Binding and second messengers of prostaglandins F2 alpha 
and El in primary cultures of rabbit endometrial cells. 
Orlicky DJ, et al. J Cell Physiol 1986 Apr;127(l):61-72 

PHARMACODYNAMICS 

Effect of prostaglandin El on DNA synthesis in vascular 
smooth muscle cells. Owen NE. Am 3 Physiol 1986 Apr; 



ALTERNATIVE MEDICINE 

Alternative medicine [letter] Med J Aust 1985 Dec 9-2); 

143(12-13):632-3 
Concepts in alternative medicine. Aakster CW. 

Soc Sci Med 1986;22(2):265-73 (35 ref.) 
[Parallel medicine in oncology] Barrelet L. 

Rev Med Suisse Romandc 1986 Feb;106(2):l39-40 (Fre) 
[Sophrology] Brot A. Rev Med Suisse Romande 1986 Feb; 

106(2): 125-8 (Fre) 

[What does one mean by alternative medicine!) f-'euardent 

R. Rev Med Suisse Romande 1986 Feb;106(2):93-S (Fre) 
[Recourse of practicing physicians from Vaud and Frib0uf| 

to so-called alternative therapies] Lehmann I', el aJ. 

Rev Med Suisse Romandc 1986 Feb;106(2):ll ( >-23 (Fit) 
[The systematic evaluation of medical procedures. Apropos 

of the effectiveness of parallel medicine] Paccaud F. 

Rev Med Suisse Romnndc 1986 Feb;106(2):141~7 (Frt) 
[The Soleil Foundation] Schallcr C. 

Rev Med Suisse Romandc 1986 Feb; 1 06(2): 1 37- B (Fre) 
[Recourse to alternative medicine in Switzerland. Result* of 

recent research] Scheder PA. Rev Med Suisse Romnade 

1986 Feb;106(2):97-104 (Frt) 

[Recourse to alternative medicine according to H survey of 

the French-speaking Federation of Consumers in 19S4] 

Scheder PA, ct al. Rev Med Suisse Romandc 1986 I-'eb; 

106(2):105-14 (Frt) 

[Status of parallel physicians in developed countriev legal 

aspects] Stepan J. Rev Med Suisse Romandc 1'JKft I'tb; 



106(2): 11 5-7 



(Fit) 



[The consumers and alternative therapies. The onimrn ol 
the French-speaking Federation of Consumer!) Vernsy A 
Rev Med Suisse Romimdc 1986 Feb; 106(2): 141 (Fre: 

[Alternative methods in oncology. On the itympotiuir. 
'Cancer and iiltenmtive medicine,' St. Gttllcn, (OjjJ 1 
Gericke D. Fortschr Med 1986 l-eb 27;1(M(8):1M t> (Fr.j 
Abstr.) t 

ALTHESIN 

ADMINISTRATION & DOSAGE 

[Preliminary results in the treatment of severe brain injunc 
using thiopental und alphaxalone-alphuddlims ar. 
monitoring of the intracranial pressure hy eitf Asian 
approach] Vendramin ML, et al. Minervn AneslnM 19j 
Sep;51(9):417-28 flu 

PHARMACODYNAMICS 

Selective effect of althesin on the auditory evokeil 
in man. Thornton C, et al. Br J Anacslh !'*> 
58(4):422-7 

[Subanesthctic doses of althesin, etomidale and flu 
effects on intracrunial pressure] Siani C, ct al 
Minerva Anestesiol 1985 Oct;51(10):543-6 fl t 

ALTITUDE 

Red cell O2 transport at altitude und allilude trwaa 

Mairbaurl H, et al. Adv Exp Med Biol 1985; 19 1 495-} 
Myocardial capillarity of rats exposed to simulated b 

altitude. Turek Z, et al. Adv Exp Med Biol I9BS, I%I i. 
Consequences of the O2-CO2 dissociation curves tot , 

exchange in avian and mammalian lung at vartcHW aSfetsfi 

Zwart A, et al. Adv Exp Med Biol 1985;!9l:6l..n 
Changes in glycolytic intermediates in rat 

during exposure to simulated high altitude. 

et al. Aviat Space Environ Med 1986 
Hemodilution of polycythemic mountaineers: 

exercise and mental function. Samquist FH, e! 

Aviat Space Environ Med 1986 Apr;57f4):3l3~7 
[Mitral valve prolapse in residents of different 

the Tien Shan and Pamirs] Aldasheva NM, et 

Ter Arkh 1986;58(l):66-8 (Eng. Abstr.) 



78 



JUL 1986 

ADVERSE EFFECTS 

Myocardial hypertrophy in rats exposed to simulated high 
altitude. Genovese A, et al. Arch Int Physiol Blochim 1985 
Nov;93(4):331-8 

ALTITUDE SICKNESS see under ANOXIA 

ALTRUISM 

Malingerophobia. Pilowsky I. Mcd J Aust 1985 Dec 9-23; 

143(12-13):571-2 
[Attitudes and heroic actions in concentration camps] Ryn 

Z, et al. Przegl Lek 1986;43(l):28-45 (Pol) 

ALUM COMPOUNDS see under ALUMINUM 

ALUMINUM 

The effect of the surface finish of alumina and stainless steel 
on the wear rate of UHMW polyethylene. Wcightman B, 
et al. Blomaterials 1986 Jan;7(l):20-4 

ADVERSE EFFECTS 

Changes in serum phosphorus, calcium and alkaline 
phosphatase due to sucralfate. Vuceli6 B, et al. 
Int J Clin Pharmacol Ther Toxicol 1986 Feb;24(2):93-6 

Aluminium contamination of intravenous fluids in neonates 
[letter] Uroadbent R, et al. NZ Med J 1986 Mar 12; 
99(797): 166-7 

[Magnesium in the urine of persons chronically exposed to 
fluorides emitted by an aluminum foundry before and 1 
year after closing down the source of emission] Guminska 
M, et al. Folia Mcd Cracov 1985;26(l-2):49-57 (Eng. Abstr.) 

U'ol) 

ANALYSIS 

Metabolic bone disease and aluminium contamination in 38 
uremic patients. A bone histomorphometric study. 
P0denphant J, et al. 
Acta Pathol Microbiol Immunol Scand [A] 1986 Jan; 



METABOLISM 

Hyperparathyroidism and bone aluminum deposits may 
coexist. Olmer M, et al. Contrib Ncphrol 1985;49:38-44 

Intestinal absorption of aluminum in rats: effect of 
intraluminal pH and aluminum concentration, van der Voet 
GB, et al. J Appl Toxicol 1986 Feb;6(l):37-41 

PHARMACODYNAMICS 

Effect of chalk-based toothpaste on pH changes in dental 
plaque in vivo. Duke SA. Caries Res 1986;20(3):278-83 

Aluminum ions stimulate mitosis in murine cells in tissue 
culture. Jones TR, ct al. J Cell Ilioclicm 1986;30(l):31-9 

[Effect of aluminum on the mechanical properties of dental 
hard tissues in experimental animals kept on a normal diet] 
K6bor A, et al. Fngnrv Sz 1986 Mar;79(3):87-92 (Eng. 
Abstr.) (Hun) 

POISONING 

Radiological assessment of aluminium-related bone disease. 
Garrett P, et al. Clin Radiol 1986 Jan;37(l):63-70 

Bone disease in end-stage renal failure [letter] Daves MI- 
JAMA 1986 Apr 18;255(I5):2025 

THERAPEUTIC USE 

Alum irrigation for severe bladder hemorrhage. Mukamel 
E, et al. J Urol 1986 Apr;135(4):784-5 

TOXICITY 

Assessment of the aluminum overload and of its possible 
toxicity in asymptomatic uremic patients: evidence for a 
depressive effect on bone formation. Sebert JL, et al. 
Bone 1985;6(5):373-5 

Renal effects of aluminium in uraemic rats and in rats with 
intact kidney function. Braunlich H, et al. 
J Appl Toxicol 1986 Feb;6(l):55-9 

[Oral toxicity of aluminum in rats over a prolonged period] 
Llobet JM, et al. Rev Sanid Hlg Publica (Madr) 1985 
May-Jun;59(5-6):659-66 (Eng. Abstr.) (Spa) 

ALUMINUM HYDROXIDE 

ADVERSE EFFECTS 

Substitution of aluminium salts by magnesium salts in control 
of dialysis hyperphosphataemia. ODonovan R, et al. 
Lancet 1986 Apr 19;l(8486):880-2 

Interaction of nutrients with antacids: a complication during 
enteral tube feeding [letter] Valli C, et al. Lancet 1986 Mar 
29il(8483):747-8 

[Encephalopathy in patients treated by hemodialysis as a 
psychiatric problem] Pilaczynska E. Psychiatr Pol 1985 
Sep-Oct;19(5):387-95 (37 ref.) (Pol) 

ALUMINUM HYDROXIDE GEL see ALUMINUM 
HYDROXIDE 

ALUMINUM OXIDE see under ALUMINUM 



INDEX MEDICOS 

ALUMINUM SILICATES 

THERAPEUTIC USE 

Laser-beam lithotripsy for bile duct stone via 
percutaneous-transhepatic cholangioscopy. Zhang QL, et 
al. Chin Med J [Engl] 1985 Sep;98(9):638-42 

Photocoagulation of the endometrium witli the Nd:YAG 
laser for the treatment of menorrhagia. A report of ten 
cases. Lomano JM. J Reprod Med 1986 Feb;3 1(2): 148-50 

Three thousand YAG lasers in posterior capsulotomies: an 
analysis of complications and comparison to polishing and 
surgical discissions. Durham DO, et al. 
Trans Am Ophthalmol Soc 1985;83:218-35 

ALVEOLALGIA see DRY SOCKET 

ALVEOLAR ABSCESS, APICAL see PERIAPICAL 
ABSCESS 

ALVEOLAR PROCESS 

see related 
DENTAL ARCH 

ANATOMY & HISTOLOGY 

Reconstruction of alveolar width for orthodontic tooth 

movement: a case report. Kaminishi R, et al. 

Am J Orthod 1986 Apr;89(4):342-5 
An investigation of alveolar bone height in adolescents. 

Djukanovic D, et al. 

Bull Group Int Rech Sci Stomatol Odontol 1985 Dec; 

28(4):203-ll 
Clinical evaluation of Durapatite submerged-root implants 

for alveolar bone preservation. Kangvonkit P, et al. 

Int J Oral Maxillofac Surg 1986 Feb; 15(1): 62-71 
Bone formation within porous hydroxylapatite implants in 

human periodontal defects. Kenney EB, et al. 

J I'criodontol 1986 Feb;57(2):76-83 
Human allografts of iliac bone and marrow in periodontal 

osseous defects. Schrud SC, et al. J Pcriodontol 1986 Apr; 

57(4):205-10 

DRUG EFFECTS 

The effect of indomethncin (an aspirin-like drug) on the rate 
of orthodontic tooth movement. Chumblcy AB, et al. 
Am J Orthod 1986 Apr;89(4):312-4 

PATHOLOGY 

Histological evaluation of human intraosscous healing 
responses to the placement of Iricalcium phosphate ceramic 
implants. I. Three to eight months. Stahl SS, et al. 
J Pcriodontol 1986 Apr;57(4):21 1-7 

PHYSIOLOGY 

Healing responses to grafting of combined 
collagen-decalcified bone in periodontal defects in dogs. 
Blumenthal N, et al. J Feriodontol 1986 Feb;57(2):84-90 

PHYSIOPATHOLOGY 

Vital root retention. A 5-year experience. Gongloff RK. 
Int J Oral Maxillofac Surg 1986 Feb;15(l):33-8 

ULTRASTRUCTURE 

Ultrastructure of durapatite-periodontal tissue interface in 
human imrabony delects. Ganeles J, et al. 
J Pcriodontol 1986 Mar;57(3):133-40 

ALVEOLAR RIDGE AUGMENTATION see under 
SURGERY, ORAL, PREPROSTHETIC 

ALVEOLITIS, EXTRINSIC ALLERGIC 

CHEMICALLY INDUCED 

[Extrinsic allergic alveolitis due to adiurecrine] Petrov IF, 
et al. Prohl Tuberk 1986;(l):64-5 (Rus) 

ETIOLOGY 

[A case of chronic hypersensitivity pneumonitis induced by 
wheat flour] Chidu K, et al. 

Nippon Kyobu Shikkan Gakkal Zasshi 1985 Dec; 
23(12):1472-9 (Eng. Abstr.) (Jpn) 

PATHOLOGY 

[Bronchoalveolar lavage in exogenous allergic alveolitis] de 
Wall N, et al. Prax Klin Pneumol 1986 Feb;40(2):49-52 
(Eng. Abstr.) (Ger) 

ALVEOLITIS, FIBROSINGsee PULMONARY FIBROSIS 



ALZHEIMER'S DISEASE 



METHODS 



Secondary bone-grafting for repair of residual cleft defects 
in the alveolar process and hard palate. A new surgical 
technique. Simonsen EK. Int J Oral Maxillofac Surg 1986 
Feb;15(l):l-7 

ALZHEIMER'S DISEASE 

Discontinuation of dialysis therapy in the demented patient. 

Kaye M, et al. Am J Nephrol 1986;6(l):75-9 
Alzheimer's disease and related disorders. Br Med Bull 1986 

Jan;42(l):l-116 
Alzheimer's disease. Katzman R. N Engl J Med 1986 Apr 

10;314(15):964-73 (132 ref.) 

CHEMICALLY INDUCED 

Asbestos exposure and Alzheimer disease. Bianchi C, et al. 
Ital J Ncurol Sci 1986 Feb;7(l):145-51 

CLASSIFICATION 

The association of clinical and neurological findings and its 
bearing on the classification and aetiology of Alzheimer's 
disease. Roth M. Br Med Bull 1986 Jan:42(l):42-50 (75 
ref.) 

COMPLICATIONS 

Cerebral mapping of apra.xia in Alzheimer^ disease by 
positron emission tomography. Foster NL, et al. 
Ann Neurol 1986 Fcb;19(2):139-43 

DIAGNOSIS 

WAIS testing in degenerative and multi-infarct dementia. 

Gandolfo C, et al. Acta Neurol (Napoli) 1986 Feb;8(l):45-50 
Clinical and neuropsychological assessment of dementia. 

Huppert FA, et al. Br Med Bull 1986 Jan;42(l):ll-8 (70 

ref.) 
Brain imaging in Alzheimer's disease. McGecr PL. 

Br Mcd Bull 1986 Jan;42(l):24-8 (34 ref.) 
EEG and CT scan in Alzheimer's disease [letter] Agbayewa 

MO. J Clin Psychiatry 1986 Apr;47(4):217-8 

DRUG THERAPY 

Cholinergic approaches to the treatment of Alzheimer's 
disease. Hollander E, et al. Br Mcd Bull l')86 Jan; 
42(1):97-100 (59 ref.) 

Chelation therapy in dementia [letter] Rai GS. 
J Am Gcrintr Soc 1986 May;34(5):413 

ENZYMOLOGY 

Distribution of the molecular forms of acctylcholinesterase 
in human brain: alterations in dementia of the Alzheimer 
type. Fishman EB, et al. Ann Neurol 1986 Mar;19(3):246-52 

ETIOLOGY 

The cholinergic hypothesis ten years on. Perry EK. 
Br Mcd Bull 1986 Jan;42(l):63-9 (36 ref.) 

FAMILIAL & GENETIC 

The genetics of Alzheimer's disease. Kay DW. 

Br Med Bull 1986 Jan;42(l): 19-23 (42 ref.) 
Genetic linkage studies in Alzheimer's disease. Spence MA, 

et al. Neurology 1986 Apr;36(4):58I-4 
Researchers hunt for Alzheimer's disease gene [news] Kolata 

G. Science 1 986 Apr 25;232(4749):448-50 

HISTORY 

Historical essay: Kraepelins description of Alzheimer's 
disease. Schorer CE. Int J Aging Hum Dev 19K5; 
21(3):235-8 

IMMUNOLOGY 

A neurona! antigen in the brains of Alzheimer patients. 
Wolozin DL, ct al. Science 1986 May 2;232(4750):648-50 

METABOLISM 

Neurotrophic factor for central cholinergic neurones is 
present in both normal and Alzheimer brain tissue. 
Atterwill CK, et al. Acta Ncuropothol (Bcrl) 1986; 
69(3-4):341-2 

Regional distribution of amino acid transmitters in 
postmortem brains of prescnile and senile dementia of 
Alzheimer type. Sasaki H, et al. Ann Ncurol 1986 Mar; 



19(3):263-9 
Biochemic 



ALVEOLOPLASTY 

Reconstruction of alveolar width for orthodontic tooth 

movement: a case report. Kaminishi R, et al. 

Am J Orthod 1986 Apr;89(4):342-5 
Human allografts of iliac bone and marrow in periodontal 

osseous defects. Schrad SC, et al. J Periodontol 1986 Apr; 

57(4):205-10 



Biochemical studies of nerve cells and energy metabolism 

in Alzheimer's disease. Bowen DM, et al. Br Med Bull 

1986 Jan;42(l):75-80 (60 ref.) 
Correlations between neuropathological and neurochemical 

changes. Mountjoy CQ. Br Mcd Bull 1986 Jan;42(l):81-5 

(41 ref.) 
Non-cholinergic neurotransmitter abnormalities in 

Alzheimer's disease. Rossor M, et al. Br Med Bull 1986 

Jan;42(l):70-4 (68 ref.) 
Dolichols are elevated in brain tissue from Alzheimer i 

disease, but not in urinary sediment from Alzheimer's 

disease and Down's syndrome. Wolfe LS, et al. 

Neurochcm Pathol 1985 Winter;3(4):213-21 



79 



ALZHEIMER'S DISEASE 

NURSING 

Families of Alzheimer's victims. Family support to the 
caregivers. Scott JP, et a!. J Am Geriatr Soc 1986 May; 
34(5):348-54 

OCCURRENCE 

The epidemiology of Alzheimer^ disease. Henderson AS. 

Br Med Bull 1986 Jan;42(l):3-10 (87 ref.) 
Rates of senile dementia, Alzheimer's type, in the Baltimore 

Longitudinal Study. Sayetta RB. J Chronic Dis 1986; 

39(4):271-86 
[Alzheimer's dementia. Incidence of the disease at the 

Hospital Psiquiatrico de Agudos Fray Bernardino Alvarez. 

Neuropathological aspects] Vazquez Velazquez E, et al. 

Salud Publics Mex 1986 Jan-Feb;28(l):56-72 (Eng. Abstr.) 

(Spa) 

PATHOLOGY 

A white matter disorder in dementia of the Alzheimer type: 
a pathoanatomical study. Brun A, et al. Ann Neurol 1986 
Mar;19(3):253-62 . 

Neuroanatomical aspects of neurotransmitters affected m 
Alzheimer's disease. Emson PC, et al. Br Med Bull 1986 
Jan;42(l):57-62 (62 ref.) 
Recent advances in neuropathology. Perry RH. 

Br Med Bull 1986 Jan;42(l):34-41 (34 ref.) 
Dementia and Parkinson's disease pathological and 

neurochemical considerations. Quinn NP, et al. 

Br Med Bull 1986 Jan;42(l):86-90 (56 ref.) 
Subunit structure of the Alzheimer tangle. Wischik CM, et 

al. Br Med Bull 1986 Jan;42(l):51-6 (55 ref.) 
Italian multicenter study of dementia: a pathologically 

verified case of Alzheimer disease. Tabaton M, et al. 

Ital J Neurol Sci 1986 Feb;7(l): 161-3 . 

A comparison of nerve cell loss in cortical and subcortical 

structures in Alzheimer's disease. Mann DM, et al. 

J Neurol Neurosurg Psychiatry 1986 Mar;49(3):310-2 
Alzheimer's disease: a correlative study. Neary D, et al. 

J Neurol Neurosurg Psychiatry 1986 Mar;49(3):229-37 
Will the study of Down syndrome solve the riddle ol 

Alzheimer disease? Fishman MA. J Pediatr 1986 Apr; 

108(4):627-9 . 

Loss of nerve cells from locus coeruleus in Alzheimer s 

disease is topographically arranged. Marcyniuk B, et al. 

Neurosci Lett 1986 Mar 14;64(3):247-52 
Alzheimer plaques and cortical cholinergic mnervalion. 

Arendt T, et al. Neurosclence 1986;I7(l):277-9 
Alzheimer plaques and cortical cholinergic innervation. 

Mesulam MM. Neuroscicnce 1986;17(l):275-6 
[Alzheimer Is disease synaptic dementia] Soustek Z. 

Ccsk Psychiatr 1986 Feb;82(l): 15-24 (Eng. Abslr.) (Czc) 

PHYSIOPATHOLOGY 

P3 and other long latency auditory evoked potentials in 

presenile dementia Alzheimer type and alcoholic Korsakoff 

syndrome. St Clair DM, et al. Br J Psychiatry 1985 Dec; 

147:702-6 
Electrophysiology of Alzheimer 's disease. Fenton GW. 

Br Med Bull 1986 Jan;42(l):29-33 (44 ref.) 
[What do we know and not know about Alzheimer s disease] 

Koukolik F. Cas Lek Cesk 1986 Mar 14;125(ll):321-6(Eng. 

Abstr.) . <Cze) 

[Myoctomis and eleclroencephalographic periodic activity 

in Alzheimer's disease (letter)] Antfinez-Almagro C, et al. 

Mcd Clin (Burc) 1986 Jan 11;S6(1):40 (Spa) 

PSYCHOLOGY 

The retention of new information in senile dementia. Little 
AG, et al. Br J Clin Psychol 1986 Feb;25 ( Pt l):71-2 

Controlled and automatic information processing in senile 
dementia: a review. Jorm AF. Psychol Med 1986 Feb; 
!6(l):77-88 

AMANITA see under AGAR1CALES 

AMANITINS 

POISONING 

A fatal poisoning from an amatoxin containing Lepiota. 
Haines JH, et al. Mycopathologia 1986 Jan;93(l):15-7 

AMANTADINE 

THERAPEUTIC USE 

A perspective on influenza control. Imperato PJ. Lancet 1986 

Mar 29;1(8483):728-30 
[Modification of Parkinson tremor by budipme. A 

comparative study with amantadine] lizuka J, et al. 

Nervenarzt 1986 Mar;57(3): 1 84-6 (Ger) 

AMARANTH see under AZO COMPOUNDS 
AMAUROSIS see BLINDNESS 

AMAUROTIC FAMILIAL IDIOCY see LIPOIDOSIS 
AMBIDEXTERITY see LATERALITY 



INDEX MEDICUS 



AMBLYOPIA 

CHEMICALLY INDUCED 



23(7-8):571-8 

DIAGNOSIS 

Orientation discrimination in amblyppia, : Skottun BC, et al. 
Invest Ophthalmol Vis Sci 1986 Apr;27(4):532-7 

PHYSIOPATHOLOGY 

Sampling in spatial vision. Levi DM, et al. Nature 1986 Mar 
27-Apr 2;320(6060):360 7 2 ,.,,, rk k nf 

Preferential looking grating acuities of infants at risk ot 
amblyopia. Mayer DL, et al. Trans Ophthalmol Soc UK 



CTcneneur basis of human amblyopia: the 
distribution of the anomaly across the visual field. Hess 
RF.et at. Vision Res 1985;25(1 l):I577-94 
[Facial asymmetry, asymmetry of muscle tonus and unilateral 

R"V ttUchir ML R ulo e kc aI i986 ; 87(l):53-6 (Eng. AbstrO 

THERAPY 

[Clinical and therapeutic triad of strabismic mblyopia] 
Pigassou-Albouy R. Bull Soc Ophtalmol Fr 1985 Apr; 
85(4):511-6 (hre ' 

AMBLYSTOMA see AMBYSTOMA 
AMBROXOL see under BROMHEXINE 
AMBULATION, EARLY see EARLY AMBULATION 



JUL 19W 

ECONOMICS 

The use of ambulatory testing in prepaid and fee-for-jerra 
group practices. Relation to perceived profitability EpSa 
AM, et al. N Engl J Med 1986 Apr 24;3H(17}:10M) 

METHODS 

Outpatient management of CA pleural effusion. Avety J*. 
Hosp Pract [Off] 1986 Apr 15;21(4):64A 

ORGANIZATION & ADMINISTRATION 

[Improved working conditions for the paramedical and jw 
medical personnel of polyclinics] Miniaev VA. el si 
Sov Zdravookhr 1986;(2): 18-21 (Eng. Abstr.) (&J 

[Experience in organizing mass endoscopic studic* tf 
dispensary patients] Spizhenlto luP, et al. 
Sov Zdravookhr 1986;(2):10-2 (Eng. Abstr.) (to 

PSYCHOLOGY 

[Psychological approach to patients in ambulatory ptKm 
Acceptance, authenticity, empathy] Vymelo! J. 
Cas Lek Cesk 1986 Feb 14; 125(7): 193 -7 (Eng. AteSf) 

*r, 



(Co 



TRENDS 



[Problems in the dispensary care of the populate* eife 
Russian Federation] Trubilin NT. Tcr Arkh 19tfrSKl)V< 

a 

AMBULATORY CARE FACILITIES 

Feasibility and usefulness of depression screening ta & 

outpatients. Rucker L, et al. Arch Intern M*S IVSi Aj 

146(4):729-31 
The demand for adult outpatient services in the UK,< ! ft 

of the Philippines. Akin .IS, ct nl. Soc Srt Ml !<r 

22(3):321-8 



AMBULATORY CARE 

Outpatient waiting lists: the fourth solution [letter] Peters 

TC. Br J Hosp Mcd 1986 Jan;35(l):66 
Ambulatory containment treatment in Perthes Disease. 
Cooperman DR, et al. Clin Orthon 1986 Feb;(203):289-300 
The setting-up of an ambulatory urologic-gynecologic 
service. Management of patients and resulls. Glezermim 
M, et al. Eur J Obstct Gynecol Reprod Riol 1986 Mar; 
2 1(3): 125-33 ^ , 

Evaluation of ambulatory care training by graduates ol 
internal medicine residencies. Linn LS, et al. 
J Med Educ 19S6 Apr;61(4):293-302 
Traiisabdominal chorionic villus sampling as an ollice 
procedure [letter] Herrmann J, et al. Lancet 1986 Mar 29; 
1(8483):747 

Using medical records for older patient education m 
ambulatory practice. Branson DL, et a). Med Care 1986 
Apr;24(4):332-9 . . 

Knee arthroscopy with local anesthesia m ambulatory 
patients. Methods, results and patient compliance. Eriksson 
E, et al. Orthopedics 1986 Fcb;9(2): 1 86-8 
Advantages of ambulatory metrizamide myelography with 
contrast CT tomography. Lestrange NR, et al. 
Orthopedics 1986 Jan;9(l):61-5 

Psychiatric treatment of erectile dysfunction in urology 
outpatient clinic. Segraves RT, ct nl. Urology 1986 Apr; 
27(4):322-7 

[Strategy for individual short-term psychotherapy in 

ambulatory care] Chovancova Z. Ccsk Psychiatr 1986 Feb; 

82(0:33-9 (Eng. Abstr.) (Czc) 

[Ambulatory oxygen therapy enriched with oxygen] 

Dolensky J. Vnitr Lek 1986 Mar;32(3):295-6 (Cze) 

[Compulsory admission and ambulatory services] Bruns O. 

Ncrvenarzt 1986 Feb;57(2):l 19-22 (Gcr) 

[Protein-calorie malnutrition in geriatric patients: diagnosis 

and treatment at the outpatient level] Faintuch J, et al. 

Rev Hosp Clin Fac Med Sao Paulo 1985 Jul-Aug; 

40(4): 172-6 (Eng. Abstr.) (Por) 

[Analysis of the effectiveness of the dispensary care of 

patients with internal diseases in a city polyclinic] Galkin 

VA, et al. Tcr Arkh 1986;58(1):9-13 (Eng. Abstr.) (Rus) 

[Possibilities for the outpatient evaluation of the structure 

and function of the renal arteries by 2-dimensional Doppler 

echo scanning] lurenev AP, et al. Ter Arkh 1986;58(l):13-6 

(Rus) 

[Experience with the dispensary care of joint disease pacients 

in Belorussia] Matvelkov OP, et al. Ter Arkh 1986; 

58(l):93-4 (Rus) 

[Importance of early diagnosis in the dispensary care of 

patients with rheumatic diseases] Nasonova VA, et al. 

Ter Arkh 1986;58(l):7-9 (Eng. Abstr.) (Rus) 

[Importance of radionuclide methods in the diagnosis of 

stenocardia at the outpatient stage] Ponornareva AG, et 

al. Ter Arkh 1986;58(1);54~5 (Rus) 

[Principles of outpatient follow-up in ocular hypertension] 

Cherkasova IN. Vestn Oftalmol 1986 Jan-Feb;102(l):51-3 

(Eng. Abstr.) (Rus) 

[Improved outpatient care for patients in the initial stages 

of glaucoma] Dobromyslov AN, et al. Vestn Oftalmol 1986 

Jan-Feb; 102(l):4-6 (Rus) 

[Outpatient care of patients with an artificial crystalline lens] 

Fedorov SN, et al. Vestn Oftalmol 1986 Jan-Feb; 

102(I):6-10 (Eng. Abstr.) (Rus) 



LEGISLATION & JURISPRUDENCK 

Freestanding emergency centers: regulation suid 
reimbursement. Katy.tmm M. Am J Ijiw Mri 

11(0:105-29 

MANPOWER 

A paying henlili promotion clinic: combining i ~ ,?>, K 
and student learning. Arlton D. J Allied Hraltt I'-' 



STANDARDS 

A birth center affiliated with the UTU.it > . ?'* ./ 
comparison of outcome. Scuphohm: A. r 1 .?/ 
Onstet Gynccol 1986 A|)r;f>7(4):5')K-M 

UTILIZATION 

Outstatc Neurology Clinics for tilt- uirilt- .il! . . .. j ; 

continuing need, llacrcr AF. J Miss Slmc Mf4 MKV 

Mar;27(3):65-7 
An application nf discrete probability iin-ilf-:-, - -; 

of outpatient visits. Kim MJ, ct nl. Ywtwi '"i^HS j 

26(2): 159-66 

AMBULATORY CAHK I'ACILITII .S, tlosttli 
OUTPATIICNT CLINIC'S, 1IOSIMTAI. 

AMBULATORY SURGERY 

see related 
SURGICENTKRS 

Out-patient laparoscopy in general iiimi'sili- ; * . > 4 

and atracurium. A comparison v,i> -,- .. 

pancuronium. Raeder JC, ct ill. Acta 

1986 Jan;30(l):3C)-4 
Isoflurane and halothanc for mitpaticni - 

in children. Cattermole RW, et ul. llr J ,' 

58(4):385-9 
Surveillance for postoperative infc-i ti ; ? 

gynecologic surgery. Gnrvey JM, i-t al ' " 

Feb;7(2):54-8 

METHODS 

[Changes in medical strategy. Amlniliii'.i > , 
surgical treatment in the USA] l-ru/i, 
Klin Oczna 1985 Oct;87(10):42<) .Id" 

AMBYSTOMA 

GENETICS 

Towards understanding paternal extrttgctsm, 
early amphibian pattern specification s^w 
as a model system. Malacinski GM. e* 
J Embryol Exp Morphol 1985 Nov.8' 

GROWTH & DEVELOPMENT 

Antagonistic effects of prolactin and 
regression and acid phosphatase as*st 
metamorphosing Ambystoma tigrmmsm 
Gen Comp Endocrinol 1986 Marifcltis J 



80 



JUL 1986 

PHYSIOLOGY 

Retinoic acid modifies positional memory in the 
anteroposterior axis of regenerating axolotl limbs. Kim WS, 
et al. Dcv Biol 1986 Mar;114(l):170-9 

AMBYSTOMA MEXICANUM see under AMBYSTOMA 

AMBYSTOMATIDAE 

ANATOMY & HISTOLOGY 

Morphological and fine structural features of the basilar 
papilla in ambystomatid salamanders (Amphibia; Caudata). 
White JS. J Morphol 1986 Feb;187(2):181-99 

AMEBA see AMOEBA 



AMEBIASIS 

Acanthamoebic keratin's in a healthy Australian man. Roussel 
TJ, et al. Med J Aust 1985 Dec 9-23;143(12-13):615-7 

PATHOLOGY 

Exfoliated cytopathology of Acanthamoeba keratitis. Margo 
CE, et al. JAMA 1986 Apr 25;255(16):2216 

RADIOGRAPHY 

[Complications of amebiasis in the x-ray picture] Ludewig 
C, et al. Rontgenpraxis 1986 Feb;39(2):47-52 (29 ref.) 

(Ger) 

AMEBIASIS, HEPATIC see LIVER ABSCESS, AMEBIC 
AMEBIASIS, INTESTINAL see DYSENTERY, AMEBIC 
AMEBOMA see AMEBIASIS 
AMELIA see ECTROMEHA 

AMELOBLASTOMA 

DIAGNOSIS 

Ameloblastoma presenting as a nasopharyngeal tumor. 
Seabaugh JL, et al. Otolnryngol Head Neck Surg 1986 Feb; 
94(2):265-7 

PATHOLOGY 

Traumatic neuroma in wall of recurrent unicystic 
ameloblaslorna: a case report. Zain R, et al. 
Med J Malaysia 1985 Mar;40(l):49-51 



SURGERY 

[Reconstructive surgery of the mandible within the scope 
of tumor operations] Stellmach R. 
Laryngol Rhlnol Otol (Stuttg) 1986 Feb;65(2):57-61 

(Ger) 

ULTRASTRUCTURE 

Epithelium-connective tissue junction in follicular 
ameloblastoma and ameloblastic fibroma: an ultrastructural 
analysis. Farman AO, et al. Int J Oral Maxillofac Surg 
1986 Apr;15(2):176-86 

AMELOGENESIS 

Effects of orthodontic force on enamel formation in normal 
and hypocaloemic rats. Engslrom C, et al. 
J Oral Pathol 1986 Feb;15(2):78-82 

AMELOGENESIS IMPERFECTA 

OCCURRENCE 

Amelogenesis imperfecta: prevalence and incidence in a 
northern Swedish county. Backman B, et al. 
Community Dent Oral Epldemiol 1986 Feb;!4(l):43-7 

AMENORRHEA 

BLOOD 

Clinical and endocrine studies on patients with amenorrhoea 
associated with weight loss. Nakamura Y, et al. 
Clin Endocrinol (Oxf) 1985 Dec;23(6):643-51 

COMPLICATIONS 

Multifollicular ovaries in weight-loss-related amenorrhoea 
[letter] Futterweit W, et al. Lancet 1986 Apr 5;1(8484):796 

DRUG THERAPY 

Ovulation induction with subcutaneous pulsatile 
gonadotropin-releasing hormone in various ovulatory 
disorders. Saffan D, et al. Fertll Sterll 1986 Apr; 
45(4):475-82 

ETIOLOGY 

Hormonal profile in cases of secondary amenorrhoea. 
Khandelwal S, et al. Asia Oceania J Obstet Gynaecol 1985 



INDEX MEDICUS 

Dec;ll(4):521-4 

[Considerations on 3 cases of secondary hypergonadotrophic 
amenorrhea. Importance of ovarian biopsy in the etiologic 
diagnosis] Messina M, et al. Minerva Endocrinol 1985 
Jul-Sep;10(3):187-92 (Eng. Abstr.) (Its) 

AMERICAN CANCER SOCIETY see under VOLUNTARY 
HEALTH AGENCIES 

AMERICAN DENTAL ASSOCIATION 

Auxiliaries, supervision, the ADA, and NY law. Quartararo 
IN. NY State Dent J 1986 Feb;52(2):9 

AMERICAN HEART ASSOCIATION see under 
VOLUNTARY HEALTH AGENCIES 

AMERICIUM 

Chelation therapy of incorporated plutonium-238 and 
americium-241: comparison of LICAM(C), DTPA and 
DFOA in rats, hamsters and mice. Volf V. 
Int J Radiat Biol 1986 Mar;49(3):449-62 

METABOLISM 

Decorporation of Pu and Am from beagles with delayed daily 
injections of 3,4,3-LICAM(C) or Zn-DTPA. Mays CW, 
et al. Health Phys 1986 Apr;50(4):530-4 

Efficacies of LICAM(C) and DTPA for the decorporation 
of inhaled transportable forms of plutonium and americium 
from the rat. Stradling GN, et al. Hum Toxicol 1986 Mar; 
5(2):77-84 

AMERINDS, NORTH AMERICAN see INDIANS, NORTH 
AMERICAN 

AMERINDS, SOUTH AMERICAN see INDIANS, SOUTH 
AMERICAN 

AMETHOCAINE see TETRACAINE 
AMETHOPTERIN see METHOTUEXATE 
AMETROPIA sec REFRACTIVE ERRORS 
AMIDASES see AMIDOHYDROLASES 

AMIDES 

ANALYSIS 

Determination of impurities in nuclcoside 

3 -phosphorarmdites by fast atom bombardment mass 

spectrometry. Toren PC, et al. Anal Biochcm 1986 Feb 

l;l52(2):29l-4 
Biochemical properties of N-methyliunides of sialic acids in 

gangliosides. Nakumiira K, et al. J Biochom (Tokyo) 1986 

Jan;99(l):2 19-26 

PHARMACODYNAMICS 

Structure-activity relationships of enkephalins containing 
serially replaced thiomethylene amide bond surrogates. 
Spatola AF, et al. Life Scl 1986 Apr 7;38(14):1243-9 

[Antibacterial activity of t'liobenzamide] Jilek P, et al. 
Cesk Farm 1986 Feb; 35(1): 18-21 (Eng. Abstr.) (Cze) 

THERAPEUTIC USE 

[Omega-aminoacyl compounds against malaria] KiMling H, 
et al. Arzneimittclforschung 1986 Feb;36(2):230-3 (Eng. 
Abstr.) (Ger) 



AMIDINES 

CHEMICAL SYNTHESIS 

Synthesis and study of the ami-leukaemic activity of 
N,N '-substituted araidines and bis-amidines. Dumont P, 
et a!. J Pharm Belg 1985 Nov-Dec;40(6):373-86 

PHARMACODYNAMICS 

Effect of chlordimeform and clonidine on the turnover of 
P-octopamine in rat hypothalamus and striatum. Duffield 
PH, et al. Life Sci 1986 Apr 7;38(14): 1271-80 

AMIDO BLACK see under AZO COMPOUNDS 

AMIDOHYDROLASES 

Modified enzymatic assay for acetaminophen. Alkhayat A. 
Clin Chcm 1986 Apr;32(4):699-700 

BIOSYNTHESIS 

Overproduction of the first three enzymes of pyrimidine 
nucleolide biosynthesis in Drosophila cells resistant to 
N-phosphonacetyl-L-aspartate. Laval M, et al. 
Exp Cell Res 1986 Apr;163(2):381-95 

ISOLATION & PURIFICATION 

A novel yeast histone deacetylase: partial characterization 
and development of an activity assay. Alonso WR, et al. 



AMINES 



Biochim Blophys Acta 1986 Mar 26;866(2-3):161-9 

METABOLISM 

Nl-acetylspermidine is not a substrate for 
N-acetylspermidine deacetylase. Marchant P, et al. 
Biochim Biophys Acta 1986 Apr H;881(2):297-9 

AMIDONE see METHADONE 
AMIDOPHENAZON see AMINOPYRINE 

AMIDOPHOSPHORIBOSYLTRANSFERASE see under 
PENTOSYLTRANSFERASES 

AMIDOTHEZOATE see DIAT8IZOATE 
AMIKACIN see under KANAMYCIN 

AMILORIDE 

ADMINISTRATION & DOSAGE 

Dissolution of staghorn calculus associated with 
amiloride-hydrechlorothiazide, sulfamethoxazole and 
trimethoprim, and ascorbic acid. Gaker LB, et al. 
J UroJ 1986 May;J35(5):993-4 

DIAGNOSTIC USE 

Increased nasal potential difference and amiloride sensitivity 
in neonates with cystic fibrosis. Gowen CW, et al. 
J Pcdiatr 1986 Apr; 108(4):5 17-21 

PHARMACODYNAMICS 

Effects of 4,4'-diisothiocyano-2,2'-stilbe7ie disulphonic acid 

and amiloride on salivary secretion by isolated, perfused 

rat submandibular glands. Martinez JR, et al. 

Arch Oral Biol 1985;30(11-12):797-803 
Inhibition of monoamine oxidase by amiloride. Palaty V. 

Can J Physiol Pharmacol 1985 Dec;63(12):1586-9 
Diuretic treatment alters clonidine suppression of plasma 

norepinephrine. Hui TP, et al. Hypertension 1986 Apr; 

8(4):272-6 
Effect of sodium on amiloride- mid triamterene-induced 

current fluctuations in isolated frog skin. Hoshiko T, et 

al. J Gen PJiysloI 1986 Mar;87(3):425- 
Amiloride: effects on myocardial force of contraction, 

sodium pump and Na+/C;i2+ exchange. Kennedy RH, 

et al. J Mol Cell Cnrdiol 1986 Feb; 18(2): 177-88 

THERAPEUTIC USE 

Long-term effects of low-close tlmimle and amiloride 
administration in recurrent renal stone formers. Maschio 
G, et al. Contrib Nephrol 1985;49:108-17 

AMINACRINE see under AMINOACBIDINES 

AMINE OXIDOREDUCTASES 

ANTAGONISTS & INHIBITORS 

The inhibition of bovine ceruloplasmin oxiduse activity by 
thiomolybdnies in vivo and in vitro: a reversible interaction. 
Lannon B, et al. J Inorg Blochem 1986 Feb;26(2):107-15 

BLOOD 

Roles of the two copper ions in bovine serum sminc oxidase. 
Suzuki S, et al. Biochemistry 1986 Jan 28;25(2):339-41 

PHARMACODYNAMICS 

Stimulation of the hexose monophosphate pathway by 
pyrroline-5-cnrboxylate reductase in the lens. Shiono T, 
et al. Exp Eye Res 1985 Dec;41(6):767-75 

AMINES 

METABOLISM 

Major routes of naftifme biotransformation in laboratory 

animals and man. Schatz F, et al. Arznelmlttelforschung 

1986 Feb;36(2):248-55 
Dicyclohexylcarbodiimide inhibits the monoamine carrier of 

bovine chromaffm granule membrane. Oasnier B, et al. 

Biochemistry 1985 Feb 26;24(5): 1239-44 
Metabolism of aromatic amines by prostaglnndin H synthase. 

Doyd JA, et al. Environ Health Pcrspect 1985 Dec;64:45-51 
Amine trapping: physical explanation for the inhibitory effect 

of gastric acidity on the postprandial release of gastrin. 

Studies on rats and dogs. Liclttenberger LM, et al. 

Gastroenterology 1986 May;90(5 Pt 1):1223-31 
Veratridine-stimulated release of amine conjugates from 

centrifugal fibers in the Limulus peripheral visual system. 

Battelle BA, et al. J Neurochem 1986 May;46(5): 1464-72 
Monoamine oxidase activity and monoamine metabolism in 

brains of parkinsonian patients treated with 1-deprenyl. 

Riederer P, et al. J Neurochem 1986 May;46(5):1359-65 

PHARMACODYNAMICS 

Selective inhibition of monoamine oxidase type B by MDL 
72145 increases the central effects of L-dopa without 
modifying its cardiovascular effects. Fozard JR, et al. 

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Br J Pharmacol 1986 Jan;87(l):257-64 
Effects of various ammonium salts, amines, polyamines and 
alpha-methylornithine on rRNA synthesis in neurula cells 
of Xenopus laevis and Xenopus borealis. Shiokawa K, et 
al. Cell Differ 1986 Mar;18(2):101-8 

TOXICITY 

An unusual type of keratopathy observed in polyurethane 
workers and its reproduction in experimental animals. Potts 
AM, et al. Am J Ind Med 1986;9(2):203-13 

AMINES, SYMPATHOMIMETIC see 
SYMPATHOMIMETICS 

AMINO ACID ACTIVATING ENZYMES see AMINO 

ACYL T RNA SYNTHETASES 

AMINO ACID ACTIVATION 

see related 
AMINO ACYL T RNA SYNTHETASES 

AMINO ACID CHLOROMETHYL 
KETONES 

PHARMACODYNAMICS 

Irreversible inhibition of trypsin by TLCK. A continuous 
method for kinetic study of irreversible enzymatic 
inhibitors in the presence of substrate. Tudela J, et al. 
Int J Biochem 1986;18(3):285-8 

Inactivation of calpain I and calpain II by specificity-oriented 
tripeptidyl chloromethyl ketones. Sasaki T, et al. 
J Biochem (Tokyo) 1986 Jan;99(l):173-9 

AMINO ACID DECARBOXYLASES, AROMATIC see 
AROMATIC AMINO ACID DECARBOXYLASES 

AMINO ACID ISOMERASES 

ANTAGONISTS & INHIBITORS 

(l-Amino-2-propenyl) phosphonic acid, an inhibitor of 
alanine racemase and D-alaiiine:D-alanine ligase. 
Vo-Quang Y, et al. J Med Chem 1986 Apr;29(4):579-81 

METABOLISM 

Mechanism of alpha-arnino-epsilon-caprolactam racemase 
reaction. Ahmed SA, et al. Biochemistry 1986 Jan 28; 
25(2):385-8 

AMINO ACID METABOLISM, 
INBORN ERRORS 

COMPLICATIONS 

Sarcosinaemia in a retarded, amaurotic child. Sewell AC, 
et al. Eur J Pediatr 1986 Feb;144(5):508~10 

Lysinuric protein intolerance: a rare cause of childhood 
osteoporosis. Nutr Rev 1986 Mar;44{3):110-3 

DIAGNOSIS 

Neurometabolic effects of an inborn error of atnino acid 
metabolism demonstrated in vivo by 1H NMR. Gadian 
DG, et al. Magn Reson Med 1986 Feb;3(l): 150-6 

ENZYMOLOGY 

Deficiency of 3-methylglutaconyl-coenzyme A hydratase in 
two siblings with 3-methylglutaconic aciduria. Narisawa 
K, et al. J Clin Invest 1986 Apr;77(4): 1148-52 

METABOLISM 

Studies on a case of HHH-syndrome (hyperammonemia, 
hyperornithinemia, hornocitrullinuria). Hommes FA, et al. 
Neuropediatrics 1986 Feb;17(l):48-52 

THERAPY 

The response to L-carnitine and glycine therapy in isovaleric 
acidaemia. de Sousa C, et al. Eur J Pediatr 1986 Feb; 
144(5):451-6 

D-AMINO ACID OXIDASE 

METABOLISM 

Immunocytochemical localization of D-amino acid oxidase 
in the proximal tubule cell of porcine kidney. Takano K, 
et al. Okajimas Folia Anat Jpn 1985 Oct;62(3-4): 139-51 

AMINO ACID SEQUENCE 

Turn prediction in proteins using a pattern-matching 
approach. Cohen FE, et al. Biochemistry 1986 Jan 14: 
25(l):266-75 

A new sensitive Edman-type reagent: 
4-(N-l-dimethylaminonaphthalene-5-sulfony]amino) = 
phenyl isothiocyanate. Its synthesis and application for 
micro-sequencing of polypeptides. Jin SW, et al. 
FEBS Lett 1986 Mar 17; 198(1): 150-4 



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AMINO ACIDS 

ADMINISTRATION & DOSAGE 

Rat brain concentration of administered amino acids: 

dependence on time of day for administration. Eriksson 

T, et al. J Neural Transm 1986;65(1):83-91 
Disease-specific amino acid infusion (F080) in hepatic 

encephalopathy: a prospective, randomized, double-blind, 

controlled trial [letter] Cowan GS Jr. 

JPEN J Parenter Enteral Nutr 1986 Mar-Apr; 10(2):247 
Intact protein versus free amino acids in the nutritional 

support of thermally injured animals. Trocki O, et al. 

JPEN J Parenter Enteral Nutr 1986 Mar-Apr;10(2):139-45 
[Evaluation of parenterally administered amino acids] Burger 

U. Fortschr Med 1986 Jan 23;104(4):89-90 (Eng. Abstr.) 

(Ger) 

ANALYSIS 
Labeling of individual amino acid residues in the 

membrane-embedded FO part of the Fl FO ATP synthase 

from Neurospora crassa. Influence of oligomycin and 

dicyclohexylcarbodiimide. Hoppe J, et al. 

Eur J Biochem 1986 Mar 3;155(2):259-64 
The folding type of a protein is relevant to the amino acid 

composition. Nakashima H, et al. J Biochem (Tokyo) 1986 

Jan;99(l): 153-62 
Deletion of 24 amino acids from the pro-alpha 1(1) chain 

of type I procollagen in a patient with the Ehlers-Danlos 

syndrome type VII. Cole WG, et al. J Biol Chem 1986 

Apr 25;261(12):5496-503 
Ouabain-induced changes in extracellular aspartate, 

glutamate and GABA levels in the rabbit olfactory bulb 

in vivo. Jacobson I, et al. Neurosci Lett 1986 Feb 28; 

64(2):211-5 
Influence of amino acids encoded in the 3 'open reading frame 

of the SV40 early region on transformation and antigenicity 

of large T antigen. Tevethia MJ, et al. Virology 1986 Apr 

30;150(2):361-72 

ANTAGONISTS & INHIBITORS 

[Effect of excitant amino acid antagonists on glutamate 
receptors in the locust and on convulsions induced by 
glutamate, aspartate, kynurenine and quinolinic acid in 
mice] Ryzhov IV, et al. Biull Eksp Biol Med 1986 Mar; 
101(3):322-5 (Eng. Abstr.) (Rus) 

BIOSYNTHESIS 

Escherichia coli B/r leuK mutant lacking pseudouridine 
synthase I activity. Searles LL, et al. J Bacteriol 1986 Apr; 
166(l):341-5 

BLOOD 

Plasma amino acids in supplementary parenteral nutrition of 

preterm infants. Effect of different quantities of amino acid 

infusion and comparison with enteral feeding. Schroder 

H, et al. Acta Paediatr Scand 1986 Mar;75(2):302-7 
Removal of infused amino acids by splanchnic and leg tissues 

in humans. Gelfand RA, et al. Am J Physiol 1986 Apr;250(4 

Pt 1):E407-13 
Plasma neutral amino acids and food preferences: possible 

implications in normals and depressives. M011er SE. 

Bibl Nutr Dieta 1986;(38):149-53 
[Postoperative changes in plasma amino acid patterns] Du 

JP, et al. Chung Hua Wai Ko Tsa Chih 1985 Oct; 

23(10):601-3, 637 (Eng. Abstr.) (Chi) 

[Free serum amino acids for monitoring the therapy of female 

patients with breast cancer] Elling D, et al. 

Arch Geschwulstforsch I986;56(l):23-33 (Eng. Abstr.) 

(Ger) 
[Effect of postoperative administration of fat emulsion on 

plasma amino acids balance] Kitamura A, et al. 

Nippon Geka Gakkai Zasshi 1986 Jan;87(l):124 (Jpn) 
[Effects of diets including an active vitamin D 3 metabolite 

and different contents of calcium and phosphorus on the 

state of blood free amino acids in hypokinetic rats] Vlasova 

TF, et al. Vopr Pitan 1986 Jan-Feb;(l):55-9 (Eng. Abstr.) 

(Rus) 

GENETICS 

The isolation and nucleotide sequence of the complex AROM 
locus of Aspergillus nidulans. Charles IG, et al. 
Nucleic Acids Res 1986 Mar 11;14(5):2201-13 

ISOLATION & PURIFICATION 

The separation of o-phthalaldehyde derivatives of amino 
acids by reversed-phase chromatography on octylsilica 
columns. Jarrett HW, et al. Anal Biochem 1986 Feb 15; 
153(l):189-98 

METABOLISM 

The influence of nitrous oxide on methionine, 
S-adenosylmethionine, and other amino acids. Vina JR, 
et al. Anesthesiology 1986 Apr;64(4):490-5 

Inhibited muscle amino acid uptake in sepsis. Hasselgren PO, 
et al. Ann Surg 1986 Apr;203(4):360-5 

Calcium movements accompanying the transport of sugar 
or amino acid by rabbit enterocytes. Sepulveda FV, et al. 
Biochim Biophys Acta 1986 Mar 27;856(1): 185-7 



JUL 

Amino acid membrane transport properties of LII 

resistant to cisplatin. Gross RB, et al. Chemiotera 

Feb;5(l):37-43 
Proteins and amino acids in chronic and acute rena 

Giordano C, et al. Contrib Nephrol 1985;49:87-9 
Glutamine infusion supports plasma amino acid rm 

during simulated stress. Johnson DJ, et al. Curr S 

Jan-Feb;43(l):31-4 
Effect of intake and forage level on rumina! turnoi 

bacterial protein synthesis and duodenal amino at 

in sheep. Merchen NR, et al. J Anim Scl V 

62(l):216-25 
Differential changes in the content of ami 

neurotransmitters in discrete regions of the rat br 

to the onset and during the course of 

homocysteine-induced seizures. Allen 1C, et a). 

J Neurochem 1986 May;46(5): 1582-92 
Amino acid analysis demonstrates that increased pi 

tryptophan causes the increase of brain tryptophi 

exercise in the rat. Chaouloff F, et al. J Neurocl 

May;46(5): 1647-50 
Sodium entry pathways in renal epithelial cell lir 

MH Jr, et al. Miner Electrolyte Metab 1986; 12 

(46 ref.) 
Studies on a case of HHH-syndrome (hyper/ami 

hyperornithinemia, homocitrullinuria). Hommes 1 

Neuropediatrics 1986 Feb;17(l):48-52 
Echinococcus granulosus: absorption of cycloleu 

alpha-aminoisobutyric acid by proioscoleces. Jd 

al. Parasitology 1986 Feb;92 ( Pt 1): 153-63 
Covalent binding of styrene oxide to amino acid 

serum proteins and hemoglobin. Hemrninki K. 

Prog Clin Biol Res 1986;207:1 59-68 
[Free amino acids in the saliva of child! 

phenylketonuria] Liappis N, et al. Klin Paeli 

Jan-Feb;198(l):25-8 (Eng. Abstr.) 

PHARMACODYNAMICS 

Role of CCK in pancreatic exocrine response to ar 

and fats [letter] Singer MV. Am J Physiol 198ft , 

Pt l):G558-9 
Interaction of oxamute with the gluconeogenic p. 

rat liver. Martin- Rcquero A, et al. 

Arch Biochem Biophys 19X6 Apr;246(l):114- 2? 
Modulatory effect of glucose, amino acids, and w 

CCK-8-induced somatostatin and pancreatic rx 

release in dogs Schusdziarra V, et al. Diabetes ! 

35(5):523-9 
Influence of medium amino acids on the ouahair 

and insensitive 86Rb + -fluxes in HeLa cells. Si. 

et al. Experientia 1986 Apr 15;42(4):436-7 
Arnino acid neurotransmitters in the CNS. Chsi 

of the acidic amino acid exchange. EreciriHka 

FEBS Lett 1986 Apr 7;199(l):95-9 
Effect of some centrally administered putative* a 

neurotranr.mitters on carrageenan-iuduced pavt 

rats. Bhattacharya SK, et al. J Pharm PharmacoS 

38(2): 144-6 
Lack of modulation of postoperative immuiiosu;>;- 

isotonic amino acid infusion. Neuvonen P, et i 

JPEN J Parenter Enteral Nutr 1986 Mur-Af>z,I 
Comparison of responses to transmitter cautS;,! 

N-methylaspartate receptor mediated synapse, 

rat cerebral cortex. Thomson AM. Ncuroscd 

17(l):37-47 
Preliminary pharmacological investigation on ,** 

aminophosphonic acids and their derivatives. K 

et al. Pol J Pharmacol Pharm 1985 Sep-Oet. 5 " 
[The effects of protein and amino acids on DN/' 

in regererating liver] Harada N. 

Nippon Geka Gakkai Zasshi 1986 Jan;87(U4 i 

Abstr.) 
[Reactions of amino acids with ninhyclrin 

applications] Dima F, et al. 

Rev Med Chir Soc Med Nat lasi 1985 Jul-Sep, 

(Eng. Abstr.) 

THERAPEUTIC USE 

2-Amino-7-phosphonoheptanoic acid (2-APH I K 
entopeduncular nucleus protects against Jimtwc 
rats. Patel S, et al. Neurosci Lett 1986 Feb 2,IS 

AMINO ACIDS, BRANCHED-C 

[Clinical response to branched-chain amino a 
hemorrhaging cirrhotic patients] Enrichents F, 
Minerva Chir 1986 Feb 28;41(3-4):175-9 (En| 



ADMINISTRATION & DOSAGE 

Use of an intravenous branched chain amino c 
diet in the tumor-bearing rat. Kawamura I, < 
Jpn J Surg 1985 Nov;15(6):471-6 

[Clinical response to branched-chain arni&Cs i 
hemorrhaging cirrhotic patients] Enrichens F 
Minerva Chir 1986 Feb 28;41(3-4): 175-9 



METABOLISM 

Alanine and inter-organ relationships in 
amino and 2-oxo acid metabolism. Review * 



UL 1986 

et al. Biosci Rep 1985 Dec;5(12): 101 5-33 (85 ref.) 

PHARMACODYNAMICS 

linetics of inhibition of rat liver and kidney arginases by 
proline and branched-chain amino acids. Carvajal N, et 
al. Biochim Biophys Acta 1986 Mar 28;870(2):181-4 
L high amount of branched chain amino acids did not change 
favourable plasma albumin and protein concentrations 
during 48 hours post-laparotomy infusion an experimental 
study in the rabbit. Harju E. 
Z Exp Chir Transplant Kunstliche Organe 1986;19(l):28-35 

LMINO ACIDS, DIAMINO 

METABOLISM 

'ransport of basic amino acids in Candida albicans. Rao LR, 
et al. Biochim Biophys Acta 1986 Apr 14;856(2):237-43 

LMINO ACIDS, ESSENTIAL 

METABOLISM 

Futritional balance studies: indicators of human requirements 
or of adaptive mechanisms? Young VR. J Nutr 1986 Apr; 
116(4):700-3 

THERAPEUTIC USE 

.estoration of blood levels of testosterone in male uremics 
following a low protein diet supplemented with essential 
amino acids and ketoanalogues. Barsotti G, et al. 
Contrib Nephrol 1985;49:63-9 

MEMO ACIDS, SECONDARY see IMINO ACIDS 

LMINO ACIDS, SULFUR 

BLOOD 

>ecrease of plasma sulfur amino acids in essential 
hypertension. Ogawa M, et al. Jpn Circ J 1985 Dec; 
49(1 2): 121 7-24 

METABOLISM 

ulphur amino-acid degradation in subjects with hereditary 
glutathione synthetase deficiency (5-oxoprolinuria). 
Martensson J, et al. Eur J Clin Invest 1985 Dec;15(6):371-4 

PHARMACODYNAMICS 

Effects of d-penicillamine, levamisole and tiopronin on 
eicosanoid synthesis by rat gut tissue. Capasso F, et al. 
Agents Actions 1986 Jan;17(3-4):395-6 
-mino acid neurotransmitters in the CNS. Characteristics 
of the acidic amino acid exchange. Ereciriska M, et al. 
FEBS Lett 1986 Apr 7;199(l):95-9 

LMINO ACYL T RNA 

GENETICS 

rameshift suppression in aminoacyl-tRNA limited cells. 
Weiss RB, tt al. Genetics 1986 Apr;112(4):727-39 
Effects of tRNATyr point mutations on the binding of yeast 
RNA polymerase III transcription factor C. Baker RE, et 
al. J Biol Chem 1986 Apr 25;261(12):5275-82 

IMMUNOLOGY 

.utoantibodies specific for Ul RNA and initiator methionine 
tRNA. Wilusz J, et al. J Biol Chem 1986 Apr 25; 
261(12):5467-72 

METABOLISM 

lethionyl-tRNA synthetase induced 3 '-terminal and 
delocalized conformational transition in tRNAfMet: 
steady-state fluorescence of tRNA with a single 
fluorophore. Ferguson BQ, et al. Biochemistry 1986 Feb 
ll;25(3):529-39 

lethionyl-tRNA synthetase from Escherichia coli: primary 
structure at the binding site for the 3 -end of tRNAfMet. 
Hountondji C, et al. Biochemistry 1985 Feb 26; 
24(5): 1175-80 

'ormylmethionyl-tRNA binding to 30 S ribosomes 
programmed with homopolynucleotides and the effect of 
translational initiation factor 3. Berkhout B, et al. 
Biochim Biophys Acta 1986 Mar 26;866(2-3): 144-53 
'he reaction of ribosomes with elongation factor Tu.GTP 
complexes. Aminoacyl-tRNA-independent reactions in the 
elongation cycle determine the accuracy of protein 
synthesis. Thompson RC, et al. J Biol Chem 1986 Apr 15; 
261(1 1):4868-74 

ilongation factor Tu.guanosine 3 '-diphosphate 
5 -diphosphate complex increases the fidelity of 
proofreading in protein biosynthesis: mechanism for 
reducing translational errors introduced by amino acid 
starvation. Dix DB, et al. Proc Natl Acad Sci USA 1986 
Apr;83(7):2027-31 

PHARMACODYNAMICS 

ischerichia coli tyrpsyl- and methionyl-tRNA synthetases 
display sequence similarity at the binding site for the 3 -end 



MEDICUS 

of tRNA. Hountondji C, et al. Biochemistry 1986 Jan 14; 
25(1):16-21 

AMINO ACYL T RNA SYNTHETASES 

ANALYSIS 

Histidyl-tRNA synthetase, the myositis Jo-1 antigen, is 
cytoplasmic and unassociated with the cytoskeletal 
framework. Dang CV, et al. Exp Cell Res 1986 May; 
164(l):261-6 

ANTAGONISTS & INHIBITORS 

[Karyological and morphological analysis of bovine kidney 
cells resistant to tryptophan analogs inhibitors of 
tryptophanyl-tRNA synthetase] Palel EL, et al. 
Genetika 1986 Mar;22(3):473-80 (Eng. Abstr.) (Rus) 

GENETICS 

Isolation and characterization of the yeast aspartyl-tRNA 
synthetase gene. Sellami M, et al. Gene 1985;40(2-3):349-52 

A model of synthetase/transfer RNA interaction as deduced 
by protein engineering. Bedouelle H, et al. Nature 1986 
Mar 27-Apr 2;320(6060):371-3 

IMMUNOLOGY 

A bacterial and silkworm aminoacyl-tRNA synthetase have 
a common epitope which maps to the catalytic domain 
of each. Regan L, et al. J Biol Chem 1986 Apr 25; 
261(12):5241-4 

[Localization of antigenic determinants using monoclonal 
antibodies and alpha-NH2-terminal labeling of polypeptide 
chairs] Beresten' SF, et al. Bioorg Khim 1986 Mar; 
12(3):3 16-26 (Eng. Abstr.) (Rus) 

METABOLISM 

Methionyl-tRNA synthetase induced 3 -terminal and 
delocalized conformational transition in tRNAfMet: 
steady-state fluorescence of tRNA with a single 
fluorophore. Ferguson BQ, et al. Biochemistry 1986 Feb 
ll;25(3):529-39 

Escherichia coli tyrosyl- and methionyl-tRNA synthetases 
display sequence similarity at the binding site for the 3 -end 
of tRNA. Hountondji C, et al. Biochemistry 1986 Jan 14; 
25(1):16-21 

Methionyl-tRNA synthetase from Escherichia coli: primary 
structure at the binding site for the 3 -end of tRNAfMet. 
Hountondji C, et al. Biochemistry 1985 Feb 26; 
24(5): 11 75-80 

AMINO ALCOHOLS 

PHARMACODYNAMICS 

Mechanism of the antifibrillatory action of Chinoin-103, a 
new antiarrhythmic drug. Meszaros J, et al. 
Arch Int Pharmacodyn Ther 1986 Feb;279(2):268-81 

AMINO SUGARS 

ANALYSIS 

Isolation and characterization of two sialyloligosaccharides 
containing N-acetyllactosamine from pregnancy urine. 
Derappe C, et al. Carbohydr Res 1986 Jan l;145(2):341-7 

BLOOD 

Elevated serum alpha(l 3)-L-fucosyltransferase activity 

with synthetic low molecular weight acceptor in human 
ovarian cancer. Madiyalakan R, et al. Cancer Lett 1986 
Feb;30(2):201-5 

AMINOACETIC ACID see GLYCINE 

AMINOACRIDINES 

ADMINISTRATION & DOSAGE 

Results of induction and consolidation treatment with 
intermediate and high-dose ara-C and m-AMSA 
containing regimens in patients with primarily failed or 
relapsed acute leukemia and non-Hodgkin 's lymphoma. 
Peters WG, et al. Scand J Haematol [Suppl] 1986;44:7-16 

PHARMACODYNAMICS 

Identification of the active species in deoxyribonucleic acid 

breakage induced by 

4 '-(9-acridinylamino)methanesulfon-m-anisidide and 

copper. Wong A, et al. Biochem Pharmacol 1986 Apr 1; 

35(7): 1071-8 
Potential antitumor agents. 46. Structure-activity 

relationships for acridine monosubstituted derivatives of 

the antitumor agent 

N-[2-(dirnethylamino)ethyl]-9-arninoacridine-4- 

carboxamide. Rewcastle GW, et al. J Med Chem 1986 Apr; 

29(4):472-7 

THERAPEUTIC USE 

Use of amsacrine in patients with acute leukemia at first 
relapse. Danova M, et al. Haematologica (Pavia) 1985 



AMINOGLYCOSIDES 

Nov-Dec;70(6):545-6 

P-AMINOAZOBENZENE see under AZO COMPOUNDS 
O-AMINOAZOTOLUENE see under AZO COMPOUNDS 

P-AMINOBENZOIC ACID see under AMINOBENZOIC 
ACIDS 

AMINOBENZOIC ACIDS 

METABOLISM 

Digestion of bentiromide and absorption of xylose in healthy 
cats and absorption of xylose in cats with infiltrative 
intestinal disease. Hawkins EC, et al. Am J Vet Res 1986 
Mar;47(3):567-9 

O-AMINOBENZOIC ACIDS see ANTHRANILIC ACIDS 

AMINOBUTYRATE 
AMINOTRANSFERASE 

METABOLISM 

Effect of amygdala kindling on GABA neurons: 
histochemical and biochemical detection of GABA-T 
activity. Itagaki S, et al. Folia Psychiatr Neurol Jpn 1985; 
39(3):297-300 

The distribution of GABA-transaminase-dehydrogenase 
activity in the myenteric plexus of rat small intestine: a 
histochemical analysis. Krantis A, et al. Neurosci Lett 1986 
Feb 14;64(1):85-90 

4-AMINOBUTYRIC ACID see GABA 

AMINOBUTYRIC ACIDS 

METABOLISM 

Amino acid neurotransmitters in the CNS: properties of 

diaminobutyric acid transport. Ereciriska M, et al. 

J Neurochem 1986 May;46(5):1452-7 
Pharmacokinetics of prethcamide following rapid 

intravenous injection and oral administration in rabbits. 

Bryla P, et al. Pol J Pharmacol Pharm 1985 Sep-Oct; 

37(5):653-61 

6-AMINOCAPROIC ACID see under AMINOCAPROIC 
ACIDS 

AMINOCAPROIC ACIDS 

PHARMACODYNAMICS 

Studies of angiotensin I converting enzyme: effects of kinins, 
bacitracin, gamma-aminobutyric and epsilon-aminocaproic 
acids, and related compounds on substrate binding and 
catalysis in vitro. Odya CE, et al. 
Can J Physiol Pharmacol 1986 Jan;64(l):50-4 

THERAPEUTIC USE 

Double-blind, placebo-controlled study of vigabatrin 
(gamma-vinyl GABA) in drug-resistant epilepsy. Loiseau 
P, et al. Epilepsia 1986 Mar-Apr;27(2):115-20 

AMINOETHANOLS see ETHANOLAMINES 

AMINOETHYLISOTHIURONIUM BROMIDE 
HYDROBROMIDE see AET 

AMINOETHYLPHOSPHONIC ACID see under 
ORGANOPHOSPHORUS COMPOUNDS 

AMINOFORM see METHENAMINE 

AMINOGLUTETHIMIDE 

ADMINISTRATION & DOSAGE 

Experimental combined hormone therapy on human breast 
carcinomas serially transplanted into nude mice. Fukutomi 
T, et al. Jpn J Cancer Res 1986 Jan;77(l):92-7 

ANALOGS & DERIVATIVES 

Synthesis and biochemical evaluation of analogues of 
aminoglutethimide based on phenylpyrrolidine-2,5-dione. 
Daly MJ, et al. J Med Chem 1986 Apr;29(4):520-3 

PHARMACODYNAMICS 

Low-density lipoprotein receptor activity in the guinea pig 
adrenal cortex. II. Zonal response to aminoglutethimide 
and 17 alpha-ethinylestradiol. Nonomura K, et al. 
Biochim Biophys Acta 1986 Apr 15;876(2):264-70 

AMINOGLYCOSIDES 

ADVERSE EFFECTS 

Aminoglycoside ototoxicity. Matz GJ. Am J Otolaryngol 
1986 Mar-Apr;7(2): 117-9 



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Hypomagnesaemic tetany associated with prolonged 
treatment with aminoglycosides. Wilkinson R, et al. 
Br Med J [Clin Res] 1986 Mar 22;292(6523):818-9 

BLOOD 

Effect of periocularly administered gentamicin on serum 
aminoglycoside concentrations. Van Lith RM, et al. 
Clin Pharm 1986 Mar;5(3):231-3 

PHARMACODYNAMICS 

Changes in resistance to aminoglycoside antibiotics of 
different bacterial strains isolated during the period 1978 
to 1983. Netilmicin as alternative therapy. Bovelacci A, 
et al. Chemioterapia 1985 Dec;4(6):439-44 

Susceptibility of some Staphylococcus species to 
aminoglycosides. Geraci C, et al. Chemioterapia 1985 Dec; 
4(6}:436-8 

THERAPEUTIC USE 

[The third generation of cephalosporins or aminoglycosides?] 
Solberg CO. Tidsskr Nor Laegeforen 1986 Feb 20; 
106(5):418-9 (Nor) 

P-AM1NOHIPPURIC ACID see under AMINOHIPPLTRIC 
ACIDS 

AMINOHIPPURIC ACIDS 

URINE 

Characteristics of renal p-aminohippurate and urate excretion 
in rabbits. Donoso VS, et al. J Lab Clin Med 1986 Apr; 
107(4):315-21 

AMINOHYDROLASES 

BLOOD 

[A colorimetric method for determination of guanase activity 
in serum based on superoxide anion with elimination of 
interference by endogenous xanthine] Nishikawa Y, et al. 
Rinsho Byori 1985 Dec;33(12):1413-7 (Jpn) 

GENETICS 

Nucleotide sequence of the Saccharomyces cerevisiae ADE3 
gene encoding Cl-tetrahydrofolate synthase. Staben C, et 
al. J Biol Chem 1986 Apr 5;261(10):4629-37 

AMINOIMIDAZOLE CARBOXAMIDE see under 
IMIDAZOLES 

AMINOISOBUTYRIC ACIDS 

METABOLISM 

Stimulation of amino acid uptake and Na+.K-f-ATPase 
activity by norepinephrine in superior cervical sympathetic 
ganglia excised from adult rats. Ando M, et al. 
J Neurochem 1986 May;46(5): 1487-92 

Measurement of solute transport across the blood-brain 
barrier in the perfused guinea pig brain; method and 
application to N-methyl-alpha-aminoisobutyric acid. 
Zlokovic BV, et al. J Neurochem 1986 May;46(5); 1444-51 

Echinococcus granulosus: absorption of cycloleucine and 
alpha-aminoisobutyric acid by protoscoleces. Jeffs SA, et 
al. Parasitology 1986 Feb;92 ( Pt 1): 153-63 

AMINOLEVULINATE HYDRO-LYASE see 
AMINOLEVULINIC ACID DEHYDRATASE 

AMINOLEVULINIC ACID see under LEVULINIC ACIDS 

AMINOLEVULINIC ACID 
DEHYDRATASE 

ANTAGONISTS & INHIBITORS 

A low molecular weight lead-binding protein in brain 
attenuates lead inhibition of delta-aminolevulinic acid 
dehydratase: comparison with a renal lead-binding protein. 
Goering PL, et al. J Pharraacol Exp Tber 1986 Apr; 
237(l):220-5 

BLOOD 

delta-Aminolevulinic acid dehydratase activity in 
erythrocytes of diabetic patients. Djordjevic V. 
Arch Int Physiol Biochim 1985 Nov;93(4):285-90 

AMINOLEVULINIC ACID 
SYNTHETASE 

ANALYSIS 

Measurement of 5-aminolevulinic acid synthase activity in 
whole and fractionated human bone marrow: effect of 
myeloid cell lysis by monoclonal antibody. Fitzsimons EJ 
et al. Anal Biochent 1986 Feb 15;153(1):9-17 

6-AMTNONICOTINAMIDE see under NICOTINAMIDE 



AMINOOXYACETIC ACID see under ACETIC ACIDS AMINO PYMIDINES 

AMINOPEPTIDASES 



ANALYSIS 
Occurrence of an ascamycin dealanylating enzyme, 

Xc-aminppeptidase, in mammalian cell membranes and 

susceptibility to ascamycin. Osada H, et al. 

J Antibiot (Tokyo) 1986 Feb;39(2):286-93 
Assay of pyroglutamyl aminopeptidase by high-performance 

liquid chromatography and its use in peptide sequencing. 

Martini F, et al. Peptides 1985;6 Suppl 3:103-5 
[Comparative characteristics of soluble and membrane brain 

aminopeptidases. II. Substrate specificity] Rotanova TV, 

et al. Bioorg Khim 1986 Mar;12(3):349-56 (Eng. Abstr.) 

(Rus) 

BIOSYNTHESIS 

Role of the Golgi complex and characteristics of post-Gplgi 
transport in the biosynthesis of intestinal microvillar 
proteins. Danielsen EM, et al. Biochem Soc Trans 1986 Feb; 
14(1):165-70 

BLOOD 

Plasma vasopressin concentrations and serum vasopressinase 
activity in pregnant and nonpregnant women. Viinamaki 
O, et al. Biol Res Pregnancy Perinatol 1986;7(l):17-9 

GENETICS 

Nucleotide sequence of the prompter and amino-terminal 
encoding region of the Escherichia coli pepN gene. Bally 
M, et al. Eur J Biochem 1986 Mar 17;155(3):565-9 

ISOLATION & PURIFICATION 

[Comparative characteristics of soluble and membrane brain 
aminopeptidases. I. Isolation, physico-chemical properties, 
catalytic activity] Kolesanova EF, et al. Bioorg Khim 1986 
Mar;12(3):340-8 (Eng. Abstr.) (Rus) 

METABOLISM 

Asymmetrical distribution of aminopeptidase activity in the 

cortex of rat brain. Alba F, et al. Brain Res 1986 Mar 12; 

368(1): 158-60 
Subcellular fractionation and subcellular localization of 

aminopeptidase N in the rabbit enterocytes. Moktari S, et 

al. J Membr Biol 1986;89(l):53-63 

URINE 

Urinary alanine aminopeptidase determined by centrifugal 
analysis, with special reference to sample storage. Philippon 
C, et al. Clin Chem 1986 Apr;32(4):699 

Study of urinary enzymes in kidney cancers. Russo G, et 
al. Panminerva Med 1986 Jan-Mar;28(l):35-8 

AMINOPHENAZONE see AMINOPYRINE 

AMINOPHYLLINE 

ADVERSE EFFECTS 

Aminophylline and gentamicin-2. Keniston RC. 
Am J Clin Nutr 1986 Apr;43(4):636-8 

DIAGNOSTIC USE 

[Alcohol-euphyllin test meal for studying gastric secretion] 
KotovoK OL. Lab Delo 1986;(3): 136-8 (Eng. Abstr.) 

(Rus) 

METABOLISM 

Rapid estimation of total body clearance of theophylline in 
patients receiving intravenous aminophylline infusion. Lau 
AH, et al. Int J Clin Pharmacol Ther Toxicol 1986 Jan; 
24(1): 12-5 

PHARMACODYNAMICS 

Aminophylline and fatigue of the sternomastoid muscle. 

Lewis MI, et al. Am Rev Respir Dis 1986 Apr;133(4):672-5 
Failure of aminophylline to antagonize midazolam sedation 

[letter] Sleigh JW. Anesth Analg 1986 May;65(5):540 

AMINOPROPANOLS see PROPANOLAMINES 
3-AMINOPROPIONIC ACID see under ALANINE 

AMINOPTERIN 

METABOLISM 

Hydroxylation of 4-amino-antifolates by partially purified 
aldehyde oxidase from rabbit liver. Fabre G, et al. 
Biochem Pharmacol 1986 Apr 15;3 5(8): 1325-30 

2-AMINOPURINE see under ADENINE 



METABOLISM 

[3H]mepyramine binding to histamine HI receptors in bovine 
retina. Arbones L, et al. Biochem Biophys Res Comtnun 

1986 Mar 13;135(2):445-50 

PHARMACODYNAMICS 

A comparison of the antagonisms by neostigmine and 
diaminopyridine against the neurpmuscular block caused 
by cobrotoxin and (+)-tubocurarine. Chang CC, et al. 
J Pharm Pharmacol 1986 Feb;38(2): 153-5 

Antagonism of non-depolarising neuromuscular blockade by 
aminopyridines in cats. Riesz M, et al. 
J Pharm Pharmacol 1986 Feb;38(2): 156-8 

Bronchodilator activity of a nonxanthine phosphodiesterase 
inhibitor; 2,4-diamino-5-cyano-6-bromopyridine 
(compound I). Smith PF, et al. J Pharmacol Exp Ther 1986 
Apr;237(l):114-9 

4-Aminopyridine and dendrotoxin induce repetitive firing 
in rat visceral sensory neurones by blocking a slowly 
inactivating outward current. Stansfeld CE, et al. 
Neurosci Lett 1986 Mar 14;64(3):299-304 

The in vitro effect of amrinone on platelet aggregation in 
human whole blood. Pattison A, et al. 
Res Commun Chem Pathol Pharmacol 1986 Feb;51(2):261-4 

[Effect of amrinone on the cardiotoxicity induced by 
adriamycin in the rat] Bernardini C, et al. 
G Ital Chemioter 1985 Jan-Apr;32(l):35-7 (Eng. Abstr.) 

(Ita) 

[Comparison of the electrocardiographic effects of equipotent 
inotropic doses of amrinone and ouabain in isolated hearts 
of guinea pigs] Furlan CC, et al. Arq Bras Cardiol 1985 
Jul;45(l):l-5 (Eng. Abstr.) (Port 

POISONING 

Methempglpbinemia, muscle damage and renal failure 
complicating phenazopyridine overdose. Gavish D, et al. 
Isr J Med Sci 1986 Jan;22(l):45-7 

AMINOPYRINE 

ANALOGS & DERIVATIVES 

Inhibitory action of dipyrone on rat thyroid peroxidase and 
lactoperoxidase activities. Varela V, et al. 
Acta Physiol Pharmacol Latinoam 1985;35(2):259-66 

DIAGNOSTIC USE 

Diagnostic value of antithrombin III and aminopyrine breath 

test in liver disease. Rodzynek JJ, et al. 

Arch Intern Med 1986 Apr;146(4):677-80 
A correlation between serum mebendazole concentrations 

and the aminopyrine breath test. Implications in the 

treatment of hydatid disease. Bekhti A, et al. 

Br J Clin Pharmacol 1986 Feb;21(2):223-6 
The 14C-amiiiOphenazone breath test in pesticide workers. 

Dietze B, et al. Int Arch Occup Environ Health 1986; 

57(3):185-93 

METABOLISM 

Metabolism of aromatic amines by prostaglandin H synthase. 
Boyd JA, et al. Environ Health Perspect 1985 Dec;64:45-5I 

TOXICITY 

Protective action of ascorbic acid against mutagenicity of 
aminopyrine plus nitrite. Pienkowska K, et al. 
Pol J Pharmacol Pharm 1985 Sep-Oct;37(5):601-7 

AMINOPYRINE N-DEMETHYLASE 

METABOLISM 

The role of lymphocytes, macrophages and interferon in the 
depression of drug metabolism by dextran sulfate. Peterson 
TC, et al. Immunopharmacology 1986 Feb;ll(l):21-8 

AMINOQUINOLINES 

PHARMACODYNAMICS 

The mode of vasorelaxant action of 2-aminoisoquinoline, 1.3 
(2H.4H)-dione, a novel mtracellular calcium inhibitor'. 
Hester RK, et al. Br J Pharmacol 1986 Feb;87(2):387-93 

AMINOREX see under OXAZOLES 

P-AMINOSALICYLIC ACID see under 
AMINOSALICYLIC ACIDS 

AMINOSALICYLIC ACIDS 

THERAPEUTIC USE 

[5-Aminosalicylic acid a new therapeutic possibility in 
chronic inflammatory bowel disease] Hartmann F. 
Leber Magen Darm 1986 Jan;16(l):20-7 (Ger) 



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LJL 1986 
MINOTRANSFERASES 

ANALYSIS 

ic primary structure of ornithine aminotransferase. 
Identification of active-site sequence and site of 
post-translational proteolysis. Simmaco M, et al. 
FEES Lett 1986 Apr 7;199(l):39-42 
letermination of leucine aminotransferase activity in 
siological matter] Gevorkian DA, et al. Lab Delo 1986; 
[3): 149-51 (Eng. Abstr.) (Rus) 

ANTAGONISTS & INHIBITORS 

activation of glucosamine-6-phosphate synthetase from 
Salmonella typhimurium LT2 by fumaroyl 
iiaminopropanoic acid derivatives, a novel group of 
glutamine analogs. Chmara H, et al. 
Biochim Biophys Acta 1986 Mar 28;870(2):357-66 

BIOSYNTHESIS 

anslocation of proteins into rat liver mitochondria. The 
precursor polypeptides of a large subunit of succinate 
ilehydrogenase and ornithine aminotransferase and their 
imports into their own locations of mitochondria. Ono H, 
2t al. Eur J Biochem 1986 Mar 17;155(3):543-9 

BLOOD 

evated serum aminotransferase induced by isoniazid in 
relation to isoniazid acetylator phenotype. Yamamoto T, 
5t al. Hepatology 1986 Mar-Apr;6(2):295-8 

tflODARONE see under BENZOFURANS 

MITRIPTYLINE 

ANALOGS & DERIVATIVES 

/erdose of cyclobenzaprine, the tricyclic muscle relaxant. 
OUiordan W, et al. Ann Emerg Med 1986 May;15(5):592-3 
functional variations of the antidepressant amitriptyline 
theme. Asscher Y, et al. Chcm Pharm Bull (Tokyo) 1985 
Nov;33(ll):4847-55 

ANTAGONISTS & INHIBITORS 

elective actions of carbocromene against 
amitriptyline-induced cardiotoxicity in anesthetized rats. 
Fiedler VB, et al. Arch Int Pharmacodyn Ther 1986 Jan; 
279(1): 103-20 

BLOOD 

lipramine and amitriptyline plasma concentrations and 
clinical response in major depression. Kocsis JH, et al. 
Br J Psychiatry 1986 Jan;148:52-7 

METABOLISM 

tnitriptyline metabolism: association with debrisoquin 
hydroxylation in nonsmokers. Mellstrom B, et al. 
Clin Pharmacol Ther 1986 Apr;39(4):369-71 

PHARMACODYNAMICS 

hibition of head twitch response to quipazine in rats by 
chronic amitriptyline but not fluvoxamine or citalopram. 
Pawlowski L, et al. Psychopharmacology (Berlin) 1986; 
88(3):279-84 

POISONING 

iprovement of cardiac conduction after hyperventilation 
in tricyclic antidepressant overdose. Bessen HA, et al. 
J Toxicol Clin Toxicol 1985-86;23(7-8):537-46 

THERAPEUTIC USE 

mitriptyline for pain of cortical origin [letter] Sandyk R, 
et al. Clin Pharm 1986 Feb;5(2):108 

MITROLE see under TRIAZOLES 
MMOIDIN see METHOXSALEN 

MMONIA 

ADVERSE EFFECTS 

iffects of noise, chlorine and ammonia on the performance 
of activities with demanding attention. Performance 
behavior by the individual and the effect of noise, chlorine 
and ammonia] Bauch P, et al. Z Gesamte Hyg 1986 Jan; 
32(l):33-6 (Eng. Abstr.) (Ger) 

>ecrease in the respiration rate in mice as an indicator of 
the irritating effects of chemical substances on the upper 
respiratory tract] Tomas T, et al. Med Pr 1985; 
36(5):295-302 (Eng. Abstr.) (Pol) 

ANALYSIS 

)ynamics of ammonia and pH in meat stored under various 
conditions] Hrusovsky J, et al. Vet Med (Praha) 1986 Feb; 
3 1(2): 113-22 (Eng. Abstr.) (Slo) 



BIOSYNTHESIS 

Gamma glutamyltransferase ammonia production from 
glutamine: effect of physiological glutathione 
concentration. Dass PD, et al. Life Sci 1986 Apr 7; 
38(1 4): 1305-8 

BLOOD 

Glutaric acidemia type II. Phenotypic findings and 
ultrastructural studies of brain and kidney. Harkin JC, et 
al. Arch Pathol Lab Med 1986 May;110(5):399-401 

METABOLISM 

Renal mitochondrial glutamine metabolism during K+ 

depletion. Sastrasinh S, et al. Am J Physiol 1986 Apr;250(4 

Pt 2):F667-73 
N2 fixation and NH4+ assimilation in the thermophilic 

anaerobes Clostridium thermosaccharolyticum and 

Clostridium thermoautotrophicum. Bogdahn M, et al. 

Arch Microbiol 1986 Feb;144(l):102-4 
Role of the Escherichia coii glnALG operon in regulation 

of ammonium transport. Jayakumar A, et al. 

J Bacteriol 1986 Apr;166(l):281-4 
Effect of arginine-free diet on ammonia metabolism in young 

and adult ferrets. Thomas PE, et al. J Nutr 1986 Apr; 

116(4):545-51 
Studies on a case of HHH-syndrome (hyperammonemia, 

hyperornithinemia, homocitrullinuria). Hommes FA, et al. 

Neuropediatrics 1986 Feb;17(l):48-52 

PHARMACODYNAMICS 

Studies of the ammonia-dependent reaction of beef 
pancreatic asparagine synthetase. Mehlhaff PM, et al. 
Biochemistry 1985 Feb 26;24(5):1 104-10 

TOXICITY 

Sublethal effect of ammonia on certain biochemical and 

haematological indicators in common carp (Cyprinus 

carpio L.). Dabrowska H, et al. 

Comp Biochem Physiol [C] 1986;83(l):179-84 
Effect of ammonia intoxication on cerebral blood flow, its 

autoregulation and responsiveness to carbon dioxide and 

papaverine. Chodobski A, et al. 

J Neurol Ncurosurg Psychiatry 1986 Mar;49(3):302-9 

AMMONIA-LYASES 

An extracorporeal hollow-fiber reactor for phenylketonuria 
using immobilized phenylalanint: ammonia lyase. Larue C, 
et al. Dev Phnrmacol Ther 1<)86;9(2):73-81 

AMMONIUM CHLORIDE 

PHARMACODYNAMICS 

Ammonium chloride, methylamine and chloroquine 
reversibly inhibit antibody secretion by plasma cells. 
Antoine JC, et ill. Biol Cell 1985;55(l-2):41-54 

Effect of glutamine deprivation and glutamate or ammonium 
chloride addition on growth rate, metabolism and 
differentiation of human colon cancer cell-line HT29. 
Viallard V, et al. Int J Biochem 1986;18(3):263-9 

Inhibition of post-translational modification and surface 
expression of a melanoma-associated chondroitin sulfate 
proteoglycan by diethylcarbamazine or ammonium 
chloride. Spiro RC, et al. J Biol Chcm 1986 Apr 15; 
261(ll):5121-9 

The effect of antibody valency and lysosomotropic amines 
on the synergy between ricin A chain- and ricin B 
chain-containing immunotoxins. Fulton RJ, et al. 
J Immunol 1986 Apr 15;136(8):3103-9 

NH4CI-HCO3(-)-mediated hemolytic reaction in the 
erythrocytes of hereditary spherocytosis. Takeda T, et al. 
Tohoku J Exp Med 1986 Feb;148(2):119-23 

TOXICITY 

Ammonium chloride-induced alterations in growth kinetics 
and ultrastructure of murine neuroblastoma cells. A flow 
cytometric and stereologic study. Renau-Piqueras J, et al. 
Virchows Arch [Cell Pathol] 1986;50(3):271-83 

AMMONIUM COMPOUNDS 

see related 

PYRIDINIUM COMPOUNDS 
QUINOLINIUM COMPOUNDS 

ADVERSE EFFECTS 

Genetic toxicological testing of some dyes b 
micronucleus test. Misra RN, et al. Mutat R 
Apr-May; 170(l-2):75-8 

PHARMACODYNAMICS 

Effect of Oxyphenon on norepinephrine and dopamine levels 

in male rat brain. Hrbek J, et al. 

Acta Univ Palacki Olomuc Fac Med 1985;! 12:303-8 
Effect of long-term application of Oxyphenon on biogenic 

amine levels in female rat brain. Hrbek J, et al. 

Acta Univ Palacki Olomuc Fac Med 1985;! 12:295-301 
Comparison of the effect of single and repeated 



AMNIOCENTESIS 



administration of Oxyphenon on norepinephrine and 

dopamine levels in female rat brains. Hrbek J, et al. 

Acta Univ Palacki Olomuc Fac Med 1985; 112:309-12 
Effects of various ammonium salts, amines, polyamines and 

alpha-methylornithine on rRNA synthesis in neurula cells 

of Xenopus laevis and Xenopus borealis. Shiokawa K, et 

al. Cell Differ 1986 Mar; 18(2): 101-8 
Electrophysiologic, antiarrhythmic and cardiovascular 

actions of UM301, a quaternary ammonium compound. 

Gibson JK, et al. J Pharmacol Exp Ther 1986 Apr; 

237(1):3 18-25 

THERAPEUTIC USE 

[Clinical and instrumental evaluation by multiple colonic 
manometry of tiropramide, trimebutine and octylonium 
bromide in the irritable colon: I. Administration by single 
i.v.] Galeone M, et al. Pharmatherapeutica 1986;4(7):445-56 
(Eng. Abstr.) (Ita) 

TOXICTTY 

Urinary bladder effects after oral dosages of the 

antidiarrhoeal drug 

(clioquinol/phanquinone/oxyphenonium bromide) in 

experimental dogs. Chaiyabutr N, et al. 

J Med Assoc Thai 1985 Dec;68(12):649-53 
Ototoxicity of the antiseptic combination 

chlorhexidine/cetrimide (Savlon): effects on equilibrium 

and hearing. Galle HG, et al. Vet Q 1986 Jan;8(l):56-60 

AMMONIUM SULFATE 

PHARMACODYNAMICS 

Behavior of chymotrypsinogen during low pH gel 
electrophoresis is altered by persulfate. Moore WG. 
Biochim Biophys Acta 1986 Mar 28;870(2):372-4 

AMMOTHERAPY see under HYPERTHERMIA, 
INDUCED 

AMNESIA 

COMPLICATIONS 

Cognitive deficit in a case of retrograde amnesia. Gudjonsson 
GH, et al. Br J Psychiatry 1985 Dec;147:715-8 

DIAGNOSIS 

Reliability between the five forms of the Randt Memory Test 

and their equivalence. Fioravanti M, et al. 

Arch Gerontol Geriatr 1985 Dec;4(4):357-64 
A case report of dissociative pseudodementia. Markowitz J, 

et al. Gen Hosp Psychiatry 1986 Mar;8(2):87-90 
Meningioma and transient global amnesia: another report 

[letter] Collins MP, et al. Neurology 1986 Apr;36(4):594 
[Transitory global amnesia] Santoloci D, et ai. 

Riv Neurol 1985 Nov-Dec;55(6):369-76 (Eng. Abstr.) 

(Ita) 

ETIOLOGY 

Transient global amnesia triggered by mild head trauma. Haas 
DC, et al. Brain 1986 Apr; 109 ( Pt 2):251-7 

PSYCHOLOGY 

Amnesia and crime. How much do we really know? Schacter 

DL. Am Psychol 1986 Mar;41(3):286-95 
Semantic encoding deficits in frontal lobe disease and 

amnesia. Freedman M, et al. Brain Cogn 1986 Jan; 

5(1):108-14 
Neuropsychological findings during a transient global 

amnesia attack and its follow-up. Gallassi R, et al. 

Ital J Neurol Sci 1986 Feb;7(l):45-9 
Serial organization during posthypnotic amnesia using a 

modified version of the Stanford Hypnotic Susceptibility 

Scale. Spanos NP, et al. Psychol Rep 1986 Feb;58(l):31 1-22 

AMNESIA, RETROGRADE see under AMNESIA 

AMNIOCENTESIS 

Prenatal diagnosis of Candida albicans chorioamnionitis. 
Romero R, et al. Am J Perinatol 1985 Apr;2(2):121-2 



ECONOMICS 

Fetal maturity cascade: a rapid and cost-effective method 
for fetal lung maturity testing. Garite TJ, et al. 
Obstet Gynecol 1986 May;67(5):6 19-22 



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AMNION 
AMNION 

IMMUNOLOGY 

Abnormal binding of an anti-amnion antibody to epidermal 
basement membrane provides a novel diagnostic probe for 
junctional epidermolysis bullosa. Kennedy AR, et al. 
Br J Dermatol 1985 Dec;113(6):651-9 

Monoclonal antibodies to human amnion recognize different 
components of the rabbit eye, Hsi BL, et al. 
Invest Ophthalmol Vis Sci 1986 Apr;27(4):620-2 

PATHOLOGY 

The gestational sac and HCG levels [letter] Kadar N, et al. 
AJR 1986 May; 146(5): 1098-9 

AMNIONITIS see CHORIOAMNIONITIS 

AMNIOTIC FLUID 

see related 

EMBOLISM, AMNIOTIC FLUID 
HYDRAMNIOS 

Qualitative amniotic fluid volume versus amniocentesis in 
predicting infection in preterm premature rupture of the 
membranes. Vintzileos AM, et al. Obstet Gynecol 1986 Apr; 
67(4):579-83 

ANALYSIS 
Amniostat FLM: a new technique for detection of 

phosphatidylglycerol in amniotic fluid. Weinbaum PJ, et 

al. Am J Perinatal 1985 Apr;2(2):88-92 
Amniotic fluid phosphatidylglycerol for prediction of 

respiratory distress syndrome. Dhall K, et al. 

Asia Oceania J Obstet Gynaecol 1985 Dec;ll(4):489-96 
Iron and copper concentrations in the maternal and fetal 

serum, placenta and amniotic fluid during the reproductive 

stadium as well as in the milk of rabbits. Kriesten K, et 

al. Comp Biochem Physiol [A] 1986;83(2):291-6 
Determination of lamellar body phospholipids in amniotic 

fluid: a method to predict when the fetal lung becomes 

mature. Beintema-Dubbeldam A, et al. 

Gynecol Obstet Invest l986;21(2):64-9 
Placental chorioangioma: a rare cause of elevated amniotic 

fluid alpha-fetoprotein. Willard DA, et al. 

J Ultrasound Med 1986 Apr;5(4):221-2 
Amniotic fluid gamma-glutamyl transpeptidase activity 

during the second trimester. Legge M, et al. 

NZ Med J 1986 Mar 12;99(797): 159-62 
Fetal maturity cascade: a rapid and cost-effective method 

for fetal lung maturity testing. Garite TJ, et al. 

Obstet Gynecol 1986 May;67(5):619-22 
[Amniotic uric acid and urea in the last trimester of 

pregnancy] Matygek P, et al. Cesk Gynekol 1985 Dec; 

50(10):739-41 (Cze) 

[Amniotic lecithin fetal maturity and chronic fetal distress] 

Matygek P, et al. Cesk Gynekol 1986 Mar;51(2):64-7 (Eng. 

Abstr.) (Cze) 

[Detection of urinary substances in stains from amniotic fluid, 

urine and the blood of pregnant women using thin-layer 

chromatography] Strejc P, et al. Soud Lek 1986 Mar; 

31(l):5-7 (Eng. Abstr.) (Cze) 

[Concentrations of growth hormone, prolactin and 

thyroid-stimulating hormone in the maternal, fetal and 

amniotic compartments] Miyakawa I, et al. 

Nippon Sanka Fujinka Gakkai Zasshi 1986 Feb;38(2):161-7 

(Eng. Abstr.) (Jpn) 

CYTOLOGY 

A rapid method of culturing bloody amniotic fluid for 
chromosome analysis [letter] Rodriguez JG, et al. 
Am J Obstet Gynecol 1986 Apr;154(4):969-70 

Evidence for preferential involvement of chromosome bands 
6p21 and 13ql4 in amniotic fluid cell balanced translocation 
pseudomosaicism. Benn PA, et al. Clin Genet 1986 Feb; 
29(2): 116-21 

ENZYMOLOGY 

Prenatal diagnosis of GM2 gangliosidoses using a fluorogenic 
sulfated substrate. Inui K, et al. Clin Chim Acta 1986 Jan 
30;154(2):145-50 

METABOLISM 

Amniotic fluid 25-hydroxyvitamin D concentrations in 
normal and complicated pregnancy. Koskinen T, et al. 
Eur J Obstet Gynecol Reprod Biol 1986 Jan;21(l):l-5 

Relationships between glucose and mannose during late 
gestation in normal pregnancy and pregnancy complicated 
by diabetes mellitus: concurrent concentrations in maternal 
plasma and amniotic fluid. Akazawa S, et al. 
J Clin Endocrinol Metab 1986 May;62(5):984-9 

MICROBIOLOGY 

Further studies on genital mycoplasmas in intra-amniotic 
infection: blood cultures and serologic response. Gibbs RS, 
et al. Am J Obstet Gynecol 1986 Apr;154(4):717-26 

PHYSIOLOGY 

Ultrasound evaluation of amniotic fluid: outcome of 



INDEX MEDICUS 

pregnancies with severe oligohydranuuos. BBS tide A, et 
al. Am J Obstet Gynecol 1986 A P r;154(4):895-900 

Effect of induced oligohydramnios on fetal lung 
development. King JC, et al. Am J Obstet Gynecol 1986 
Apr;154(4):823-30 . ........ 

Effect of cooling and heating on the regional distribution 
of blood flow in fetal sheep. Kawamura T, et al. 
J Dev Physiol 1986 Feb;8(l):ll-21 

AMODIACHIN see AMODIAQUINE 

AMODIAQUINE 

ADVERSE EFFECTS 

Amodiaquine induced agranulocytosis and liver damage. 

Neftel KA, et al. Br Med J [Clin Res] 1986 Mar 15; 

292(6522):721-3 
Amodiaquine induced agranulocytosis: inhibition of colony 

growth in bone marrow by antimalarial agents. Rhodes 

EG, et al. Br Med J [Clin Res] 1986 Mar 15;292(6522):717-8 

AMOEBA 

CYTOLOGY 

Study of an amoeboflagellate isolated from the nasal mucosa 
of man. Mascaro ML, et al. J Protozool 1986 Feb; 
33(l):89-93 

DRUG EFFECTS 

Susceptibility of Acanthamoeba to soft contact lens 
disinfection systems. Ludwig IH, et al. 
Invest Ophthalmol Vis Sci 1986 Apr;27(4):626-8 

ENZYMOLOGY 

In vitro deacylation of lipopolysaccharide of Salmonella 
minnesota by Acanthamoeba castellanii enzymes. 
Drozanski W, et al. Eur J Biochem 1986 Mar 3;155(2):433-7 

Vacuolar pH is one factor that regulates hydrolase secretion. 
Hohman TC, et al. Eur J Cell Biol 1986 Jan;39(2):475-80 

GENETICS 

Molecular biology of DNA in Acanthamoeba, Amoeba, 
Entamoeba, and Naegleria. Byers TJ. Int Rev Cytol 1986; 
99:311-41 (119 ref.) 

PHYSIOLOGY 

Peptides as modifiers of Na+ -induced pinocytosis in starved 
Amoeba proteus. Josefsson JO, et al. Peptides 1985;6 Suppl 
3:485-8 

AMOEBIASIS see AMEBIASIS 

AMOXAPINE see under DIBENZOXAZEPINES 

AMOXICILLIN 

ANALYSIS 

[Effect of glucose and mannitol on amoxicillin degradation 
reactions] Pujol M, et al. Pharm Acta Helv 1986;61(2):51-3 

(Fre) 

METABOLISM 

Intra- and inter-individual variation in pharmacokinetics of 
intravenously infused amoxycillin and ampicillin to elderly 
volunteers. Sjovall J, et al. Br J Clin Pharmacol 1986 Feb; 



AMP see ADENOSINE MONOPHOSPHATE 

AMP DEAMINASE see under NUCLEOTIDE 
DEAMINASES 

AMPHENONE B see under BUTANONES 

AMPHETAMINE 

PHARMACODYNAMICS 

Dose response for amphetamine-induced changes in 

dopamine levels in push-pull perfusates of rat striatum. 

Kuczenski R. J Neurochem 1986 May;46(5): 1605-11 
Neuropathology and amphetamine-induced turning resulting 

from AF64A injections into the striatum of the rat. 

Stwertka SA, et al. Life Sci 1986 Mar 24;38(12): 1105-10 
Effects of amphetamine and apomorphine on locomotor 

activity after kainic acid lesion of the nucleus accumbens 

septi in the rat. Kafetzopoulos E. 

Psychopharmacology (Berlin) 1986;88(3):271-4 
Effects of low-level microwave irradiation on amphetamine 

hyperthermia are blockable by naloxone and classically 

conditionable. Lai H, et al. Psychopharmacology (Berlin) 

1986;88(3):354-61 

D-AMPHETAMINE see DEXTROAMPHETAMINE 
L-AMPHETAMBSE see AMPHETAMINE 



AMPHETAMINES 

Substance abuse: clinical identification and 
Kulberg A. Pediatr Clin North Am 1986 A 

(118 ref.) 

DIAGNOSTIC USE 

[Clinical experience with N-isopropyl-p-[12 
iodoamphetamine in cerebrovascular disea 
al. Kaku Igaku 1985 Nov;22(ll): 1727-34 

PHARMACODYNAMICS 

Serotonin receptor involvement in the avoi 
deficit caused by p-chloroamphetamine-inc 
release. Ogren SO. Acta Physiol Scai 
126(3):449-62 

Effect of autonomic mediators in recurret 
herpes simplex in the rabbit eye. Zhang A 
Curr Eye Res 1986 Feb;5(2):79-84 

AMPHETAMINIL see under AMPHETAM 

AMPHIBIA 

ANATOMY & HISTOLOGY 

Comparative morphornetric study of the ve 
of the vertebrata: reptilia, aves, amphib 
Ramprashad F, et al. Acta Otolaryngol [ 

1986;427:l-42 

CLASSIFICATION 

Taxonomic and evolutionary significance 
amphibian skin. Cei JM. Peptides 1985;6 

EMBRYOLOGY 

Evidence for the role of fibronectin in amphib 

Boucaut JC, et al. J Embryol Exp Morph 

Suppl:211-27 
Information transfer during embryonic 

amphibians. Grunz H. J Embryo! Ixp Moi 

89 Suppl:349-63 
Recent advances in our understanding o 

control of early embryonic development 

Satoh N. J Embryol Exp Morphol 

Suppl:257-70 (72 ref.) 
The role of gap junctions in amphibian devel 

AE. J Embryol Exp Morphol 1985 Nov;J 

METABOLISM 

Myosin isoenzymes of amphibian hearts. Ke 
Comp Biochem Physiol [B] 1986;83(3):67"3 

Multiple forms of gonadotropin-releasin 
amphibian brains. Sherwood NM, et al. 
Gen Comp Endocrinol 1986 Feb;61(2):313 

Major central nervous system myelin glyt 
African lungfish (Protopterus dolloi) ci 
myelin proteolipid protein antibodies, in 
phylogenetic relationship with amphibians 
et al. J Neurochem 1986 May;46(5):1387- 

PHYSIOLOGY 

A comparative study of the innervation of tJ 

in amphibia. Ando K, et al. Expcricnti 

42(4):394-8 
Active peptides from amphibian skin are 

neuropeptides. Gaudino G, et al. Peptic] 

3:209-13 

AMPHIUMA see URODELA 



AMPHOTERICIN B 

METABOLISM 

[Structural rearrangements induced by glyc 
permeability of bilayer lipid membranes i 
Rudenko SV. Biofizika 1986 Jan-Feb-3 

Abstr.) 

PHARMACODYNAMICS 

Mutations resulting in resistance to po 
decrease voltage-sensitive calcium cru 
Paramecium. Forte M, et al. J Neuro 

3(2):75-85 

THERAPEUTIC USE 

Hepatosplenic fungal infection: CT and patl 
after treatment with liposomal amphoter 
A, et al. Radiology 1986 May ;1 59(2) :34x 

Keratomycosis and amphotericin B. Woo< 
Trans Am Ophthalmol Soc 1985;83:397~ 

AMPICILLIN 

ADVERSE EFFECTS 

QT prolongation after ampicillin anaohvl 
al. Br Heart J 1986 Mar;55(3):308-lO 



86 



JUL 1986 



MEDICOS 



AMYLOIDOSIS 



Cefadroxil-induced ampicillin-exacerbated pemphigus 
vulgaris: case report and review of the literature. Wilson 
JP, et al. Drug Intell Clin Pharm 1986 Mar;20(3):2 19-23 

Macrophage migration inhibition factor in pemphigus 
vulgaris. Brenner S, et al. J Am Acad Dermatol 1986 Mar; 
14(3):453-5 

ANALOGS & DERIVATIVES 

Intrarenal concentration-time profile of ampicillin after 
administration of bacampicillin to patients before 
nephrectomy. Seppanen J, et al. J Clin Pharmacol 1986 
Mar;26(3):227-30 

METABOLISM 

Intra- and inter-individual variation in pharmacokinetics of 
intravenously infused amoxycillin and ampicillin to elderly 
volunteers. Sjovall J, et al. Br J Clin Pharmacol 1986 Feb; 



Enhancement of fluorescence development of end products 
by use of a fluorescence developer solution in a rapid and 
sensitive fluorescent spot test for specific detection of 
microbial beta-lactamases. Chen KC, et al. 
J Clin Microbiol 1986 Mar;23(3):539-44 

Intrarenal concentration-time profile of ampicillin after 
administration of bacampicillin to patients before 
nephrectomy. Seppanen J, et al. J Clin Pharmacol 1986 
Mar;26(3):227-30 

PHARMACODYNAMICS 

Alterations due to ampicillin and rifampicin in S. sanguis 
and S. aureus isolated from dental plaque. An electron 
microscopic study. Filice G, et al. Chemioterapia 1986 Feb; 
5(l):3-6 

THERAPEUTIC USE 

Clinical evaluation of flurbiprofen alone and plus ampicillin 
in chronic pharyngitis in acute phase. Hahn R. 
Int J Clin Pharmacol Res 1986;6(l):81-6 

Reduction of morbidity and mortality rates for neonatal 
group B streptococcal disease through early diagnosis and 
chemoprophylaxis. Lim DV, et al. J Clin Microbiol 1986 
Mar;23(3):489-92 

Alterations in the human oropharyngeal microflora related 
to therapy with aztreonam, moxalactam and ampicillin plus 
sulbactam. Heimdahl A, et al. Scand J Infect Dis 1986; 
18(l):49-52 

[Epidemiological and therapeutic studies of gonorrhea! 
infection clinical efficacy of sultamicillin] Kumamoto Y, 
et al. Hinyokika Kiyo 1986 Jan;32(l):151-61 (Eng. Abstr.) 

(Jpn) 

AMPLIFIERS 

[Discontinuous feedback amplifier: principles and application 
to the measurement of transmembrane potentials and 
currents of frog atrial fibers] Suchuud M, et al. 
C R Acad Sci [III] 1986;302(1): 15-20 (Eng. Abstr.) 

(Fre) 

AMPROLIUM see under PICOLINES 

AMPUTATION 

Gas-producing infections after lower-limb amputation 

because of ischemia. Krebs B, et al. 

Arch Orthop Trauma Surg 1986;104(6):374-6 
Corticospinal neurons 25 weeks after right hind limb 

amputation. Feringa ER, et al. Exp Neurol 1986 May; 

92(2):398-403 
A peripheral nerve information transducer for amputees: 

long-term multichannel recordings from rabbit peripheral 

nerves. Edell DJ. IEEE Trans Biomcd Eng 1986 Feb; 

33(2):203-14 
Causes of limb loss in civilian arterial injuries. Shah PM, 

et al. J Cardiovasc Surg (Torino) 1986 May-Jun; 

27(3):278-81 
[Spontaneous occlusion of a thoracic duct fistula following 

leftsided shoulder girdle amputation] Braun A, et al. 

Z Orthop 1986 Jan-Feb;124(l):30-3 (Eng. Abstr.) (Ger) 

METHODS 

[Knee joint exarticulation in a/terial occlusive disorders of 

the lower extremity] Baumgartner R. 

Langenbecks Arch Chir 1986;367(2):85-6 (Ger) 

[Knee joint exarticulation in arterial occlusive disorders of 

the lower extremity] Meyer HH, et al. 

Langenbecks Arch Chir 1986;367(2):87-98 (Eng. Abstr.) 

(Ger) 

PSYCHOLOGY 

Syme amputation. An evaluation of the physical and 
psychological function in young patients. Herrins JA, et 
al. J Bone Joint Surg [Am] 1986 Apr ; 68(4):573-8 

REHABILITATION 

The University of California Biomechanics Laboratory 
four-bar polycentric knee linkage. A clinical trial in 20 
active above-knee amputees. Jergesen HE, et al. 
Clin Orthop 1986 Mar;(204): 184-92 



AMPUTATION STUMPS 

see related 
PHANTOM LIMB 

AMPUTATION, TRAUMATIC 

REHABILITATION 

Prosthetic rehabilitation in unilateral high above-elbow 
amputation and brachial plexus lesion: case report. Thyberg 
M, et al. Arch Phys Med Rehabil 1986 Apr;67(4):260-2 

SURGERY 

Fingertip reconstruction. Grad JB, et al. Hand Clin 1985 Nov; 

l(4):667-76 
The cross-finger flap. An established reconstructive 

procedure. Kappel DA, et al. Hand din 1985 Nov; 

l(4):677-83 
Volar advancement skin flap to the fingertip. Snow JW. 

Hand Clin 1985 Nov;l(4):685-8 
Finger reconstruction using toe transplantation. Leung PC. 

J Hand Surg [Br] 1986 Feb;ll(l):20-2 
Total thumb reconstruction by an index finger transposition. 

Takami H, et al. J Hand Surg [Br] 1986 Feb;Il(l):3I-4 
[Nailbed transplantation, a possibility for reconstruction] 

Forstner H. Aktuel Traumatol 1986 Feb;16(l):34-6 (Eng. 

Abstr.) (Ger) 

AMPYRONE see under ANTIPYRINE 
AMYGDALA see AMYGDALOID BODY 

AMYGDALOID BODY 

DRUG EFFECTS 

Estrogen treatment enhances survival of cultured fetal rat 
amygdala neurons in a defined medium. Arimatsu Y, et 
al. Brain Res 1986 Apr;391(l):151-9 

Modulating effects of posttraining epinephrine on memory: 
involvement of the amygdala noradrenergic system. Liang 
KC, et al. Brain Res 1986 Mar 12;368(1): 125-33 

PHYSIOLOGY 

Lesions of the amygdala, but not of the cerebellum or red 

nucleus, block conditioned fear as measured with the 

potentiated startle paradigm. Hitchcock J, et al. 

Behav Ncurosci 1986 Feb; 100(1): 11-22 
Amygdaloid lesions attenuate neurogenic gastric mucosal 

erosions but do not alter gastric secretory changes induced 

by intracisternal bombesin. Grijalva CV, et al. 

Brain Res Bull 1986 Jan;16(l):55-61 
A study of somatostatin receptors in amygdaloid-kindled rat 

brain. Higuchi T, et al. Folia Psychiatr Neurol Jpn 1985; 

39(3):305-8 
Effect of amygdala kindling on GABA neurons: 

histochemical and biochemical detection of GABA-T 

activity. Itagaki S, et al. Folia Psychiatr Neurol Jpn 1985; 

39(3):297-300 
GABAergic and dopaminergic systems of the substantia nigra 

and amygdaloid kindling in cats. Kaijima M, et al. 

Folia Psychiatr Neurol Jpn 1985;39(3):317-9 
Suppression of amygdaloid kindled seizure and regional brain 

GABA content. Ogawa T, et al. 

Folia Psychiatr Neurol Jpn 1985;39(3):301-4 
The prophylactic and anticonvulsant effects of a TRH analog 

(DN-1417) on amygdaloid kindling model of epilepsy. 

Okamoto M, et al. Folia Psychiatr Neurol Jpn 1985; 

39(3):313-6 
Delayed reinforcement of switch-off behavior and 

amygdaloid lesions in cats. Maeda H, et al. 

Physiol Behav 1986;36(2):339-42 

PHYSIOPATHOLOGY 

[Olfactory rhythm in the electrical activity of the amygdaloid 
nucleus of the human brain] Ganzha BL. 
Neirofiziologiia 1986;18(l):61-9 (Eng. Abstr.) (Rus) 

AMYL NITRITE 

POISONING 

Toxicities of alkyl nitrites [letter] Osterloh J, et al. 
Ann Intern Med 1986 May;104(5):727 

AMYLASES 

Lectin binding patterns in salivary glands treated with 
amylase. Hosaka M, et al. Acta Histochem (Jena) 1986; 
78(l):49-63 

BIOSYNTHESIS 

[Production of enzymes and enzyme inhibitors in neoplastic 
tissues] Ogawa M, et al. Gan To Kagaku Ryoho 1986 Mar; 
13(3 Pt 2):731-9 (Eng. Abstr.) (Jpn) 

BLOOD 

Hyperamylasemia with an abnormal isoamylase distribution 
in patients with liver diseases. Piteira Barros F, et al. 
Am J Gastroenterol 1986 Apr;81(4):261-5 



Salivary amylase and pancreatic enzymes in serum after total 
body irradiation. Junglee D, et al. Clin Chem 1986 Apr; 
32(4):609-10 

Impaired amylase activities caused by binding of abnormal 
immunoglobulin A in patients with macroamylasemia. 
Adachi K, et al. din Chim Acta 1986 Jan 30; 154(2): 103- 13 

[Marked hyperamylasemia its incidence and 
clinicopathological observations, especially on 
postoperative transient hyperamylasemia] Takinami A, et 
al. Rinsho Byori 1985 Dec;33(12):1401-6 (Jpn) 

GENETICS 

Constancy and divergence of amylase loci in four species 
of Tribolium (Coleoptera, Tenebrionidae). Pope GJ, et al. 
Comp Biochem Physiol [B] 1986;83(2):331-3 

METABOLISM 

Immunohistochemical demonstration of amylase in 

endometrial carcinomas. Ueda G, et al. 

Int J Gynecol Pathol 1986;5(1):47-51 
Lymphoepithelial (branchial) cyst and amylase. Yoshimura 

Y, et al. Int J Oral Maxillofac Surg 1986 Apr;15(2):I96-200 
Studies on the substrate specificity of alpha- and 

beta-amylase of Entamoeba histolytica. Werries E, et al. 

Mol Biochem Parasitol 1986 Feb;18(2):211-21 
[The relationship between amylase and creatinine clearance 

is useful in the evaluation of acute pancreatitis, but it is 

not specific] Neves MM, et al. Rev Paul Med 1985 Sep-Oct; 

103(5):265-6 (Por) 

SECRETION 

Phorbol ester stimulates amylase secretion from rat parotid 
cells. Takuma T, et al. FEBS Lett 1986 Apr 7;199(l):53-6 

1,2-Diacylglycerol, protein kinase C, and pancreatic enzyme 
secretion. Pandol SJ, et al. J Biol Chem 1986 Apr 5; 
261(10):4438-44 

AMYLOID 

Polymorphism in a kappa I primary (AL) amyloid protein 
(BAN). Dwulet FE, et al. Mol Immunol 1986 Jan;23(l):73-8 

ANALYSIS 

Serum amyloid A in carcinoma of the lung. Benson MD, 
et al. Cancer 1986 May 1;57(9): 1783-7 

CLASSIFICATION 

[Typing of amyloidoses intra vitam by tissue biopsy using 
antibodies. Report on 2 patients] Fischer JL, et al. 
Internist (Berlin) 1986 Feb;27(2):113-7 (Eng. Abstr.) 

(Ger) 

METABOLISM 

Characterization of amyloid deposits in biopsies of 15 with 

'sporadic' (non-familial or plasma cell dyscrasia amyloid 

polyneuropathy. Dalakas MC, et al. 

Acta Neuropathol (Berl) 1986;69(l-2):66-72 
Distributions of amyloid plaques in four regions of the brains 

of mice infected with scrapie by intracerebral and 

intraperitoneal routes of injection. Gibson PH. 

Acta Neuropathol (Berl) 1986;69(3-4):322-5 
Lectin histochemistry of scrapie amyloid plaques. Szumanska 

G,