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    • A seven cell human egg recovered from the oviduct 

      Avendaño, Octavio; Croxatto, Héctor D.; Pereda, Jaime; Croxatto, Horacio B. (1975)
      A seven cell human egg recovered from the proximal middle quarter of the oviduct is described. Whether or not it is a normal representative of this stage of human development cannot be established at the present time. The ...
    • Increased blood ethanol elimination in rats treated with halothane 

      Ugarte,; Pino,; Pereda,; Iturriaga, (1973)
      The effect of chronic halothane inhalation and blood ethanol elimination was studied in the rat. Hepatic α glycerophosphate, oxidase ADH and malic enzyme activities were determined. Malic enzyme activity was also assayed ...
    • Under and over demand and the use of personal health services: the problem of differential accessibility 

      Pereda, (1976)
      A questionnaire applied to a population sample allowed for the determination of values for each person on two scales: one measuring predisposition to assume the users' role and the other perception of possibility of use. ...
    • Worldwide Phylogenetic Relationship of Avian Poxviruses 

      Gyuranecz, Miklós; Foster, Jeffrey T.; Dán, Adám; Ip, Hon S.; Egstad, Kristina F.; Parker, Patricia G.; Higashiguchi, Jenni M.; Skinner, Michael A.; Höfle, Ursula; Kreizinger, Zsuzsa; Dorrestein, Gerry M.; Solt, Szabolcs; Sós, Endre; Kim, Young Jun; Uhart, Marcela; Pereda, Ariel; González Hein, Gisela Andrea; Hidalgo Olate, Héctor; Blanco, Juan Manuel; Erdélyi, Károly (2013)
      Poxvirus infections have been found in 230 species of wild and domestic birds worldwide in both terrestrial and marine environments. This ubiquity raises the question of how infection has been transmitted and globally ...