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1.  Hepatotoxicity to sodium valproate: a review. 
Gut  1984;25(6):673-681.
PMCID: PMC1432377  PMID: 6428980
2.  Localisation of factor XIII in human tissues using an immunoperoxidase technique. 
Journal of Clinical Pathology  1984;37(5):560-563.
An immunoperoxidase technique has been used to localise clotting factor XIII subunits A and S in human tissues. The presence of factor XIII in placenta and megakaryocytes was confirmed. Factor XIII was also found in fibroblasts, a hitherto unreported finding. Factor XIII subunits were not detected in hepatocytes, although factor XIII was found in fibroblasts in portal tracts. These findings suggest that factor XIII is not synthesised in the liver as previously thought.
PMCID: PMC498780  PMID: 6373832
3.  Construction and analysis of DNA sequence libraries from flow-sorted chromosomes: practical and theoretical considerations. 
Nucleic Acids Research  1984;12(9):4019-4034.
We describe the construction and analysis of recombinant DNA libraries representative of chromosomes 1 and 2 of Chinese hamster (Cricetulus griseus). Propidium-iodide stained chromosomes were purified by flow cytometric analysis and sorting, and EcoRI digests of purified DNA were cloned into the bacteriophage vector Charon 4A. These libraries contain DNA complementary to 63% and 69% of nick-translated DNA derived from flow-purified chromosomes 1 and 2, respectively. However, sequences complementary to only 24% and 35% of a total Chinese hamster genomic DNA tracer were hybridized in parallel renaturation experiments. The chromosome 2 library contained DNA sequences encoding dihydrofolate reductase (dhfr), a gene previously mapped to Chinese hamster chromosome 2. No sequences complementary to dhfr were found in the library constructed from chromosome 1 DNA. These analyses are discussed with regard to the current limitations and future strategies for the construction of chromosome-specific DNA sequence libraries of high purity and completeness.
PMCID: PMC318808  PMID: 6587323

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