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1.  Atlas of Endometriosis 
Journal of Clinical Pathology  1993;46(11):1067-1068.
PMCID: PMC501706
3.  Periodic health examination, 1993 update: 3. Periodontal diseases: classification, diagnosis, risk factors and prevention. Canadian Task Force on the Periodic Health Examination. 
OBJECTIVE: To review the 1979 Canadian Task Force on the Periodic Health Examination recommendations on the diagnosis and prevention of periodontal disease. OPTIONS: Self-care at home, professional care, treatment with antimicrobial agents and management of patients at high risk. OUTCOMES: Maintaining the gingiva, alveolar bone and periodontal ligament in a healthy state (absence of gingival bleeding and no loss of epithelial attachment). EVIDENCE: A literature search for articles published from 1980 to 1993 was conducted. Selected studies published before 1980 were also reviewed if there were no recent updates. Evidence was evaluated and classified as good, fair or poor according to the criteria of the task force. VALUES: The task force's evidence-based rules for recommendations were used. In addition, whenever feasible, and on the basis of advice from the reviewers and experts, recommendations were modified in the interest of maintaining oral health (e.g., dental flossing in children). BENEFITS, HARMS AND COSTS: The recommendations are not expected to increase the costs of preventing periodontal diseases for the general population. They could benefit dental patients and reduce costs because they are based on the periodontal needs of patients rather than on the current universal application approach.
PMCID: PMC1485890  PMID: 8221425
4.  Eosinophilic meningitis. 
Western Journal of Medicine  1993;159(5):623.
PMCID: PMC1022372  PMID: 8279176
5.  Isolation and Characterization of a Mo6+ -Reducing Bacterium 
A Mo6+ -reducing bacterium (strain 48), which grew on medium supplemented with 200 mM Mo6+, was isolated from stream water obtained from Chengkau, Malaysia. The chemical properties of strain 48 conform to the characteristics of Enterobacter cloacae. Under anaerobic conditions in the glucose-yeast extract medium containing phosphate ion (2.9 mM) and Mo6+ (10 mM), the bacterium reduced Mo6+ to form molybdenum blue. Approximately 27% of Mo6+ added to the medium was reduced after 28 h of cultivation. The reduction of Mo6+ with glucose as an electron donor was strongly inhibited by iodoacetic acid, sodium fluoride, and sodium cyanide, suggesting an involvement of the glycolytic pathway and electron transport in Mo6+ reduction. NADH and N,N,N′,N′ -tetramethyl-p-phenylenediamine served as electron donors for Mo6+ reduction. When NADH was used as an electron donor, at first cytochrome b in the cell extract was reduced, and then molybdenum blue was formed. Sodium cyanide strongly inhibited Mo6+ reduction by NADH (5 mM) but not the reduction of cytochrome b in the cell extract, suggesting that the reduced component of the electron transport system after cytochrome b serves as an electron donor for Mo6+ reduction. Both ferric and stannous ions strongly enhanced the activity of Mo6+ reduction by NADH.
PMCID: PMC202257  PMID: 16348915

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