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Intravaginal Administration of Sildenafil Citrate Increases Blood Flow in the Bovine Uterus

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Biochemical Effects of Low-Flow Anesthesia with Inhalation agents in Patients undergoing Laparoscopic Surgery

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Flow Cytometric Assay of Respiratory Burst Capacity in Peripheral Blood Monocytes of Gaucher Type 1 Patients

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Transcriptional Activity of Gene Encoding Subunits R1 and R2 of Interferon Gamma Receptor in Peripheral Blood Mononuclear Cells in Patients with Slow Coronary Flow

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Patterns of Pollen Flow and Genetic Differentiation Among Pollen Pools in Quercus salicina in a Warm Temperate Old–growth Evergreen Broad-leaved Forest

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Gene flow and mating system of the tropical tree Sextonia rubra

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A regression approach to estimate the relative roles of pollen- versus seed-mediated gene flow under an isolation by distance model

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Flow Cytometric Determination of the Expression of gp 51 Protein of Bovine Leukaemia Virus in Experimentally Infected Sheep

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The study was performed on lambs experimentally infected with bovine leukaemia virus (BLV). The presence of BLV antibodies in sera of infected animals was detected by agar gel immunodiffusion test and ELISA. Proviral DNA was detected by PCR and nested PCR. Dual-colour flow cytometry analysis was performed with the use of specific monoclonal antibodies against lymphocyte CD markers and gp51 viral envelope protein, followed by incubation with fluorescent-labelled secondary antibodies conjugated with FITC or PE. Gp51 viral envelope protein was detected in tumours caused by BLV infection. The BLV infection resulted in depletion of CD4+ lymphocytes, increase in CD8+ lymphocytes, and decrease in CD4+ to CD8+ ratio in infected sheep. Proliferation of IgM+ CD19+ cells was also detected. These cells had an immature character without tendency to differentiate, and their vitality was prolonged. Flow cytometry enabled detection of gp51 expression in sheep blood lymphocytes at the early stages of the infection, before detection of serum antibodies using ELISA.

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Endothelial Dysfunction Markers in Low Cardiovascular Risk Individuals: Comparison of Males and Females

, Selwyn AP, Ganz P. Coronary vasomotor response to acetylcholine relates to risk factors for coronary artery disease. Circulation 1990; 81: 1–7. 9. Schächinger V, Britten MB, Elsner M, Walter DH, Scharrer I, Zeiher AM. A positive family history of premature coronary artery disease is associated with impaired endothelium-dependent coronary blood flow regulation. Circulation 1999; 100: 2–8. 10. Kern MJ, Bach RG, Mechem CJ, Caracciolo EA, Aguirre FV, Miller LW, Donohue TJ. Variations in normal coronary vasodilatory reserve stratified by artery, gender, heart

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Assessment of selected exercise-induced CD3+ cell subsets and cell death parameters among soccer players

period. PBMC isolation To obtain peripheral blood mononuclear cells, whole blood samples were centrifuged for 15 min at 2500× g , room temperature (RT). The buffy coat was transferred to Lymphocyte Separation Medium (density 1.077–1.080 g/mL at 20 °C) (Corning, Manassas, VA, USA) and centrifuged 40 min at 350×g, RT. The obtained PBMC fraction was washed using Stain buffer (BD Pharmingen™, San Jose, CA, USA) and used for further analyses. Flow cytometric analyses All flow cytometry analyses were performed using a BD Accuri™ C6 flow cytometer (Becton

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