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EFFECT OF CHRONIC INTAKE OF ETHANOL ON LACTATE/PYRUVATE AND BETA -HYDROXYBUTYRATE/ACETOACETATE RATIOS IN RAT LIVER.KHANNA JM; KALANT H; LOTH J et al.1975; CANAD. J. PHYSIOL. PHARMACOL.; CANADA; DA. 1975; VOL. 53; NO 2; PP. 299-303; ABS. FR.; BIBL. 25 REF.Article

Aerodynamic tower shake force analysis for VAWTLOTH, J. L.Journal of solar energy engineering. 1985, Vol 107, Num 1, pp 45-49, issn 0199-6231Article

EFFECT OF 4-METHYLPYRAZOLE AND PYRAZOLE ON THE INDUCTION OF FATTY LIVER BY A SINGLE DOSE OF ETHANOL = EFFET DU METHYL-4 PYRAZOLE ET DU PYRAZOLE SUR L'INDUCTION DE L'INFILTRATION LIPIDIQUE DU FOIE PAR UNE DOSE UNIQUE D'ETHANOLKHANNA JM; KALANT H; LOTH J et al.1974; BIOCHEM. PHARMACOL.; G.B.; DA. 1974; VOL. 23; NO 21; PP. 3037-3043; BIBL. 21REF.Article

ACUTE ALCOHOLIC FATTY LIVER. METABOLISM OR STRESS = LA STEATOSE HEPATIQUE ALCOOLIQUE AIGUE. METABOLISME OU STRESS.KALANT H; KHANNA JM; SEYMOUR F et al.1975; BIOCHEM. PHARMACOL.; G.B.; DA. 1975; VOL. 24; NO 3; PP. 431-434; BIBL. 24REF.Article

Analytical two-phase flow void prediction methodHUQ, R; LOTH, J. L.Journal of thermophysics and heat transfer. 1992, Vol 6, Num 1, pp 139-144, issn 0887-8722Conference Paper

West Virginia university 1991 submarine race entry designLOTH, J. L; NORMAN, T.Oceans 91 conference. 1991, isbn 0-7803-0202-8, 3Vol, vol. 3, 1601-1604Conference Paper

Emissions comparisons from alternative fuel buses and diesel buses with a chassis dynamometer testing facilityWANG, W. G; CLARK, N. N; LYONS, D. W et al.Environmental science & technology. 1997, Vol 31, Num 11, pp 3132-3137, issn 0013-936XArticle

Linkage analysis of psychosis in bipolar pedigrees suggests novel putative loci for bipolar disorder and shared susceptibility with schizophreniaPARK, N; JUO, S. H; ENDICOTT, J et al.Molecular psychiatry. 2004, Vol 9, Num 12, pp 1091-1099, issn 1359-4184, 9 p.Article

The first transportable heavy duty vehicle emissions testing laboratoryBATA, R; CLARK, N; WANG, W et al.SAE transactions. 1991, Vol 100, Num 2, pp 433-440, issn 0096-736XArticle

Genome-wide linkage scan in a large bipolar disorder sample from the Iational institute of Mental Health genetics initiative suggests putative loci for bipolar disorder, psychosis, suicide, and panic disorderCHENG, R; JUO, S. H; SMITH, M et al.Molecular psychiatry. 2006, Vol 11, Num 3, pp 252-260, issn 1359-4184, 9 p.Article

A possible vulnerability locus for bipolar affective disorder on chromosome 21q22.3STRAUB, R. E; LEHNER, T; LERER, B et al.Nature genetics. 1994, Vol 8, Num 3, pp 291-296, issn 1061-4036Article

A comprehensive linkage analysis of chromosome 21q22 supports prior evidence for a putative bipolar affective disorder locusAITA, V. M; JIANJUN LIU; ZHENYUAN WANG et al.American journal of human genetics. 1999, Vol 64, Num 1, pp 210-217, issn 0002-9297Article

No evidence for significant linkage between bipolar affective disorder and chromosome 18 pericentromeric markers in a large series of multiplex extended pedigreesKNOWLES, J. A; RAO, P. A; ENDICOTT, J et al.American journal of human genetics. 1998, Vol 62, Num 4, pp 916-924, issn 0002-9297Article

Evidence for a putative bipolar disorder locus on 2p13-16 and other potential loci on 4q31, 7q34, 8q13, 9q31, 10q21-24, 13q32, 14q21 and 17q11-12 2LIU, J; JUO, S. H; ENDICOTT, J et al.Molecular psychiatry. 2003, Vol 8, Num 3, pp 333-342, issn 1359-4184, 10 p.Article

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