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A Case of Brenner Tumor Accompanied by Mucinous Cystadenoma of the Ovary

Kim YJ, Cho JS, Kim OK

The brenner tumor of the ovary has been the topic of voluminous clinical and pathologic literatures since its original description by Macnaughton Jones in 1898. One of the major problems...
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Ultrasonic and Radiographic Cholecystography

Lee SS, Kyung NH

The authors analyzed 34 patients admitted to Ewha Womans University Hospital from January, 1, 1979 to June, 30, 1979 by animpression of cholelithiasis clinically. Ultrasonic and radiologic cholecystography were performed...
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Effect of Long-term Mega Vitamin C Ingestion on the Blood Ascorbic acid Concentration in Man

Park YJ

Daily 1gm of ascorbic acid was administered to 5 healthy adult volunteers who had not been taking any vitamin preperations for at least 2 months prior to present study. Periodical...
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Effect of Estrous Cycle and Preimplantation on Hepatic Microsomal Cytochrome P-450 Levels in Mice

Ham YA, Kim SR, Hong YS, Sung NE

Cytochrome P-450 is sometimes called the microsomal carbon monoxide-binding pigment. It is present in the microsomal fraction of several animal tissues, and also in the mitochondrial fraction of adrenal cortex,...
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Effect of Thiamine Deficiency on Drug Hydroxylation and Level of Cytochrome P-450 in the Rats

Kim BH, Hong YS, Sung NE

Our studies are concerned with cytochrome P-450 content and 2-acetylaminofluorene N-and ring-hydroxylation by thiamine deficient rat liver microsomes. Incubation medium contained 100mM HEPES buffer pH 7.8, 2mM NADPH, 100mM KF,...
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Effect of Different Vitamin E-deficient Basal Diets on Hepatic Catalase and Microsomal Cytochrome P-450 and b5 in Rats

Hong YS, Sung NE

Male Wistar rats maintained for a period of 6 weeks on a basal vitamin E-deficiency diet consisting of 70% sucrose, 20% vatamin-free casein, 4% tocopherol, stripped lard, 4% salt mixture,...
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Koo YC

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