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2004 Reliability of immunoglobulin G antitoxoplasma avidity test and effects of treatment on avidity indexes of infants and pregnant women Clin Diagn Lab Immunol 11 669 – 674

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Nothdurft T Loscher 1994 Cutaneous larva migrans in travelers: synopsis of histories, symptoms, and treatment of 98 patients Clin Infect Dis

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European Journal of Microbiology and Immunology
Authors: U. Erben, N. N. Pawlowski, M. M. Heimesaat, C. Loddenkemper, K. Doerfel, S. Spieckermann, B. Siegmund and A. A. Kühl

RG , Papp K , Bissonnette R , Toth D , Matheson R , Hultquist M , White B : Safety profile of intravenous and subcutaneous siplizumab, an anti-CD2 monoclonal antibody, for the treatment of plaque psoriasis: results of two

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. World Health Organisation 2011 Towards universal access to diagnosis and treatment of multidrug-resistant and extensively drug-resistant tuberculosis by 2015 WHO Geneva

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6 202 208 Papp, A., Nagymajtényi, L., Vezér, T. (2005) Subchronic mercury treatment of rats in different phases of ontogenesis: functional effects

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Hyperaccumulation and phytoremediation potentials of arsenic by Pteris vittata and P. ensiformis were investigated and documented mainly for ability to clean arsenic contaminated soil sites by both plants in Nigeria. 5.0 kg of soil was air dried, sieved and analysed for the physical and chemical properties and placed inside four plastic pots labelled CT, A, B and C. They were treated with different concentrations of sodium arsenate. One-month-old fernlets of each species was transplanted into each of the soil treatments and left for 12 weeks. Little quantity of water was added to each of these pots every other day. The results showed that P. vittata hyperaccumulated up to 64,132 mg As kg−1 arsenic in the root and 65,747 mg As kg−1 in the frond in all the treatments, while P. ensiformis hyperaccumulated up to 15,662 mg As kg−1 in the root and 15,120 mg As kg−1 in the frond. The total arsenic accumulation was greater in P. vittata than in P. ensiformis and showed no sign of phytotoxicity. Treatment C was lethal to P. ensiformis after four weeks. P. vittata fulfilled all the criteria for classification as a hyperaccumulator and phytoremediator of arsenic contaminated soil in Nigeria. In contrast, P. ensiformis did not satisfy all the criteria because it could not withstand high concentration of arsenic for a long period of time. This study had provided base-line information on the hyperaccumulation status of the two species in Nigeria.

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Konakchieva, R., Mitev, Y., Almeida, O. F., Patchev, V. K. (1997) Chronic melatonin treatment and the hypothalamo-pituitary-adrenal axis in the rat: attenuation of the secretory response to stress and effects on hypothalamic neuropeptide content and release

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32 Hassan, F. A. S., Tar, T., Dorogi, Z. 2003: Extending the vase life of Solidago canadensis cut flowers by using different chemical treatments. International Journal of Horticulture

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Adagba, M. A. 2000: Management of Striga hermonthica (Del.) Benth using host plant resistance, nitrogen fertilizer and herbicide seed treatments in upland rice (Oryza sativa L.). Ph.D Thesis, Ahmadu Bello University

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., Porteous, M. D., Rupasinghe, H. P. V. (2002): Influence of temperature and duration of 1-methylcyclopropene (1-MCP) treatment on apple quality. Postharvest Biol. Technol. , 24 , 349–353. Rupasinghe H. P. V

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