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Acta Microbiologica et Immunologica Hungarica
Authors: Lóránd Dénes, Zsuzsanna Pap, Annamária Szántó, István Gergely, and Tudor Sorin Pop

References 1. Boehm , N. , Gasser , B. : Sensory receptor-like cells in the human foetal vomeronasal organ . Neuroreport 4 , 867 – 870 ( 1993

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SW , Croce CM , Ohta M , Huebner K : FHIT, a putative tumor suppressor in humans, is a dinucleoside 5' 5'''- P1, P3 triphosphate hydrolase. Biochemistry 35 , 4487 – 4488 ( 1996 ) 4

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Aggarwal, P., Nag, T. C., Wadhwa, S. (2007) Age related decrease in rod bipolar density of human retina: An immunohistochemical study. J. Biosci. 32 , 293–298. Wadhwa S

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variants in the NAT2 gene in human populations PLoS One 3 e3136 . 9. S. Boukouvala

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Orvosi Hetilap
Authors: József Ongrádi, Valéria Kövesdi, and G. Péter Medveczky

596 601 Ablashi, D. V., Balachandran, S. F., Josephs, C. L. és mtsai: Genomic polymorphism, growth properties, and immunologic variations in human herpesvirus-6

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Orvosi Hetilap
Authors: József Ongrádi, Valéria Kövesdi, and Enikő Kováts

Frenkel, N., Schirmer, E. C., Wyatt, L. S. és mtsai: Isolation of a new herpesvirus from Human CD4+ T cells. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA, 1990, 87 , 748

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In this study, we aimed to detect the distribution of epidermal growth factor receptor (EGF-r) and transforming growth factor alpha in ovarian follicles at different stages. Indirect immunohistochemical methods and EGF-r polyclonal and TGF-α monoclonal antibodies were used; tissues were examined with light microscope. While dense collection of both growth factors were observed in primordial follicles, there was a strong reaction especially for EGF-r in follicles. Strong reactivity for EGF-r and moderate reactivity for TGF- α were observed in the nearby connective tissue. In examinations of primary follicles for EGF-r presence only, dye uptake was moderate in oocytes and dense in apical and basal cytoplasm of follicle cells. Reactivity was moderate in the nearby connective tissue. In the corpus luteum, there was weak reaction for both growth factors. But in stromal cells, reaction was strong. In degenerated follicle cells and in stroma of atretic follicles, reaction was positive for both growth factors; but EGF-r reactivity was more obvious. While strong staining was observed for both factors especially in granulosa cells surrounding the oocyte in Graafian follicle, moderate TGF-a reactivity was determined in oocyte cytoplasm. In conclusion, it is possible that EGF-r and TGF- α have ortocrine and paracrine effects on development and regression of human ovarian follicles.

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. Grabenwarter , Ch. , European Convention on Human Rights (CH Beck 2014 ) Grád , A. , Weller , M. , A strasbourgi emberi jogi bíráskodás kézikönyve [Manual of Human Rights

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Scientia et Securitas
Authors: Brigitta Tóth, Ádám Boncz, Bálint File, István Winkler, and Márk Molnár

Boncz Á. Tóth B. Winkler I. Brain synchronization correlates of human

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Wise, C. A., Sraml, M., Rubinsztein, D. C. and Easteal, S. (1997): Comparative nuclear and mitochondrial genome diversity in humans and chimpanzees. Mol. Biol. Evol. 14 :707

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