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Journal: Neonatology
Biology of the Neonate (1990) 58 (3): 152–159.
Published Online: 25 September 2009
... Human embryonic hepatocytes Developmental regulation Hormonal regulation Gene expression Immunohistochemistry Hybridization, in situ Biol Neonate 1990;58:152-159 © 1990 S. Karger AG. Basel 0006-3126/90/0583-0152S2.75/0 Regulation of Hepatocyte-Specific Gene Expression in Cultures of Human...
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Journal: Neonatology
Biologia Neonatorum (1977) 32 (5-6): 243–249.
Published Online: 17 September 2009
... or property resulting from any ideas, methods, instructions or products referred to in the content or advertisements. Lysozyme Human fetus Immunohistochemistry Biol. Neonate 32: 243-249 (1977) Ontogeny of Human Lysozyme Distribution in Fetal Tissues1 M. Klockars, S. Reitamo andM. Adinolfi Fourth...
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Journal: Neonatology
Biology of the Neonate (2007) 91 (4): 222–232.
Published Online: 22 December 2006
... prevent or control at least some of the CNS damage observed following perinatal hypoxia. A 1 adenosine receptor Cyclopentyladenosine Immunohistochemistry Striatum Caudate putamen Cerebellum Purkinje cell Original Paper Neonatology 2007;91:222 232 DOI: 10.1159/000098169 Received: July 3, 2006...
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Journal: Neonatology
Biology of the Neonate (2006) 90 (1): 28–33.
Published Online: 07 July 2006
... associated with more severe respiratory disease. Objectives: We studied the protein expression of HGF and its receptor c-met during the perinatal period in the human lung. Methods: Immunohistochemistry for HGF and c-met was performed on lung tissues from autopsies of 4 fetuses, 5 preterm infants, 5 term...
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Journal: Neonatology
Biology of the Neonate (1999) 76 (5): 320–324.
Published Online: 07 October 1999
... to secrete a protease which is likely to be involved in GE involution and, perhaps, in the development of hemorrhage frequently occurring in the GE of premature infants. Cytokines Immunohistochemistry Brain development Preterm infants 1999 Copyright / Drug Dosage / Disclaimer Copyright: All...