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INBRED STRAINS OF RATS
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Abbott R. E. and Schachter D. () Inheritance of salt-dependent hypertension in the inbred Dahl rat. Hypertension24, \par
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Abel E. L., Altman H. J., and Commissaris R. L. () Maudsley Reactive and Nonreactive rats in the forced swim test — comparison in fresh-water and soiled water. Physiol. Behav.52, \par
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Adams M., Baverstock P. R., Watts C.

H. S., and Guttman G. A. () Enzyme markers in inbred rat strains: genetics of new markers and strain profiles. Biochem. Genet.22, \par
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Adams N. and Blizard D. A. () Genetic and maternal influences in rat models of spontaneous and salt-induced hypertension. Developmental Psychobiology24, \par
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Ajisawa C., Ikadai H., and Imamichi T. () Morphological study on the hypoplastic testis with aplasia of the epididymis, ductus deferens, and gland of the ductus deferens in the TW inbred rat.

Exp. Animals (Japan)34, \par
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Alam M., Midtvedt T., and Uribe A. () Differential cell-kinetics in the ileum and colon of germ-free rats. Scandinavian Journal of Gastroenterology29, \par
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Al-Dabbagh S. G., Idle J. R., and Smith R. L. () Animal modelling of human polymorphic drug oxidation- the metabolism of debrisoquine and phenacetin in rat inbred strains. J. Pharm. Pharmacol.33, \par
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Allen E.

M. () The effect of iodine on lipid-peroxidation and ultrastructure in the thyroids of BB/Wor rats. Journal of Endocrinological Investigation15, \par
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Ambrosio E., Goldberg S. R., and Elmer G. I. (a) Behavior genetic investigation of the relationship between spontaneous locomotor-activity and the acquisition of morphine self-istration behavior. Behavioural Pharmacology6, \par

Ambrosio E., Goldberg S. R., and Elmer G. I. (b) Behavior genetic investigation of the relationship between spontaneous locomotor-activity and the acquisition of morphine self- istration behavior. Behavioural Pharmacology6, \par

Amit Z.

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Andolu J., Takahashi M., Imai S., Ishihara R., Kitamura T., Iijima T., Takano S., Nishiyama K., Suzuki K., and Maekawa A. () High-yield induction of uterine endometrial adenocarcinomas in DONRYU rats by a single intrauterine istration of n-ethyl-n’-nitro-n- nitrosoguanidine via the vagina.

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Armstrong J. M., Blackwell G. J., Flower R. J., McGiff J. C., Mullane K. M., and Vane J. R. () Genetic hypertension in rats is accompanied by a defect in renal prostaglandin catabolism. Nature, \par

Atkinson E. G., Edelsten C., Kasp E., and Dumonde D. C. () Experimental autoimmune uveoretinitis in the RCS rat — the influence of photoreceptor degeneration on disease expression. Brit.

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Aubry J. M., Bartanusz V., Driscoll P., Schulz P., Steimer T., and Kiss J. Z. () Corticotropin-releasing factor and vasopressin messenger-RNA levels in Roman High-Avoidance and Low-Avoidance rats — response to open- field exposure. Neuroendocrinology61, \par
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Aulakh C. S., Hill J. L., and Murphy D. L. () Attenuation of hypercortisolemia in Fawn-Hooded rats by antidepressant drugs.

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Aulakh C. S., Hill J. L., and Murphy D. L. (a) Lithium treatment restores clonidines effect in an animal-model of depression. Pharmacol. Biochem. Behav.47, \par

Aulakh C. S., Tolliver T., Wozniak K.

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M., Hill J. L., and Murphy D. L. (b) Functional and biochemical-evidence for altered serotonergic function in the Fawn-Hooded rat strain. Pharmacol. Biochem. Behav.49, \par
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Ayachi S () Increased dietary calcium lowers blood pressure in the spontaneously hypertensive rat. Metabolism28, \par

Azuma Y., Ito N., Shinohara M., and Mori M. () Experimental gingivitis in ODU plaque-susceptible rats. II. Biochemical nature of the rat plaque. J. Periodontol.49, \par
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Azuma Y., Shinohara M., Ito N., and Mori M.

() Experimental gingivitis in ODU plaque-susceptible rats. III. Toxic activity of the rat dental plaque. J. Periodontol.50, \par
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Badalamenti J., Shea M., Cybulsky A. V., Quigg R. J., and Salant D. J. () Heymann nephritis (HN) antigen in Lewis (LEW) and Brown Norway (BN) rats. Fed. Proc.46, \par
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Badishtov B. A., Overstreet D. H., Kashevskaya O. P., Viglinskaya I. V., Kampovpolevoy A. B., Seredenin S.

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Bailey D. W. () Recombinant inbred strains, an aid to finding identity, linkage, and function of histocompatibility and other genes. Transplant.11, \par
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Bakhle Y. S. and Bell C. () Increased numbers of substance P-containing sensory neurons in a rat strain with a genetic neurotrophic defect. Neuropeptides27, \par
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Barber B.

R., Ferrari P., and Bianchi G. () The Milan hypertensive strain: a description of the model, in Handbook of Hypertension Vol. 16 Experimental and Genetic Models of Hypertension (Ganten D. and de Jong W., eds), pp. Elsevier, Amsterdam, New York, Oxford.\par
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Barthold S. W., Moody K. D., Terwilliger G. A., Jacoby R. O., and Steere A. C. () An animal model for Lyme arthritis. Ann. NY Acad. Sci., \par
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Bataillard A., Sacquet J., Julien C., Vincent M., Gomezsanchez C., Touraine J.

L., and Sassard J. () Do thymic-neuroendocrine interactions frolic a role in the antihypertensive effect of neonatal thymectomy in Lyon Hypertensive Rats. AJH6, \par
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Baum A., Pohlmeyer G., Rapp K. G., and Deerberg F. () Lewis rats of the inbred strain LEW/Han — life expectancy, spectrum and incidence of spontaneous neoplasms. Experimental and Toxicologic Pathology47, \par
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Bazin H. () Tumeurs secretant des immunoglobulines chez le rat LOU/Wsl. Etude portant sur immunocytomes. Ann. Immunol. (Paris)C, \par
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Bazin H. () Inbred strains. Rat News Lett.1, \par
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Bazin H.

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LOU

Bazin H., Deckers C., Beckers A., and Heremans J. F. () Transplantable immunoglobulin-secreting tumours in rats. I. General features of LOU/Wsl strain rat immunocytomas and their monoclonal proteins. Int. J. Cancer10, \par
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Bazin H., Beckers A., Deckers C., and Moriame M. () Transplantable immunoglobulin-secreting tumors in rats. V. Monoclonal immunoglobulins secreted by ileocecal immunocytomas in LOU/Wsl rats. J. Natl. Cancer Inst.51, \par
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Bazin H., Beckers A., and Querinjean P.

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Beckers A. and Bazin H. () Incidence of spontaneous ileocecal immunocytomas in hybrids of LOU/C rats and rat strains with low spontaneous tumor incidence: Brief communication.

J. Natl. Cancer Inst.60, \par
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Beder K., Nagel M., Muller C. R., and Gunther E. () Electrophoretic protein variants in inbred strains of Rattus norvegicus: strain distribution, description of a new esterase polymorphism and linkage studies. Transplant. Proc.11, \par

Bell R. G. () Variation in responsiveness to Trichinella-spiralis infection in inbred rat strains.

Parasitology, \par
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Belledonne M., Preuss J. M., and Preuss H. G. () Acid excretion in young and adult Wistar Kyoto and spontaneously hypertensive rats. Experientia35, \par
WKY

Bellhorn R. W., Rheinhardt J. M., Burns M. S., and Matthes M. T. () Retinal degeneration in the WKY rat. Degenerative Retinal Disorders: Clin. and Laboratory Invests. . Liss, Inc, Alan R.\par
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Bender K., Ceve H., and Gunther E. () A previously described serum protein polymorphism in the rat identified as Gc (‘vitamin D-binding protein’).

Anim. Blood Gps. Biochem. Genet.12, \par

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Bender K., Adams M., Baverstock P. R., den Bieman M., Bissbort S., Brdicka R., Butcher G. W., Cramer D. V., von Deimling O., Festing M. F. W., Gunther E., Guttmanm R. D., Hedrich H. J., Kendall P. B., Kluge R., Moutier R., Simon B., Womack J.

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Bender K., Gunther E., et al. (c) Characterisation of rat inbred strains: report of a joint program and details on six additional polymorphic markers. Rat News Lett.13, \par

Bender K., Balogh P., Bertrand M. F., den Bieman M., von Deimling O., Eghtessadi S., Gutman G. A., Hedrich H. J., Hunt S. V., Kluge R., Matsumoto K., Moralejo D.

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Ben-Ishay B. () The Sabra hypertension-prone and -resistant strains, in Handbook of Hypertension Vol. 4. Experimental and genetic models of hypertension (de Jong W., ed), pp. Elsevier, Amsterdam, New York, Oxford.\par
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Ben-Ishay D. and Yagil Y. () The Sabra hypertension-prone and -resistant strains, in Handbook of Hypertension Vol.

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Ben-Ishay D., Zamir N., Feuerstein G., Kobrin I., Le Quan-Bui K. H., and Devynck M. A. () Distinguishing traits in the Sabra hypertension-prone (SBH) and hypertension-resistant (SBN) rats. Clin. Exp. Hyperten.3, \par
SBH

Berdanier C. D., Pan J. S., Hartle D. K., and Michaelis O. E. () Glucose-turnover in lean and obese rats of the SHE/N-cp and LA/N-cp strains. Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology B-Biochemistry & Molecular Biology, \par
LASHR

Bertok L.

() «KIRBY-B» a new inbred rat. Rat News Lett.8, 22a.\par
KIRBY

Bianchi G., Fox U., and Imbasciati E. () Development of a new strain of spontaneously hypertensive rats. Life Sci.14, \par
MHSMNS

Bianchi G., Ferrari P., and Barber B. R. () The Milan hypertensive strain, in Handbook of Hypertension Vol. 4. Experimental and genetic models of hypertension (de Jong W., ed), pp. Elsevier, Amsterdam, New York, Oxford.\par
MHSMNS

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Biesecker G. and Koffler D. () Resistance to experimental autoimmune myasthenia gravis in genetically inbred rats. J. Immunol., \par
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Bignami G. () Selection for high rates and low rates of avoidance conditioning in the rat. Anim. Behav.13, \par
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Bihoreau M.-T., Ceccherini I., Browne J., Kranzlin B., Romeo G., Lathrop G. M., James M.

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PKD

Billingham R. E. and Silvers W. K. () Inbred animals and tissue transplantation immunity. Transplant. Bull.6, \par
BNF

Blankenhorn E. P., Stranford S. A., Martin A. M., and Hickey W. F. () Cloning of myelin basic protein-reactive T-cells from the experimental allergic encephalomyelitis-resistant rat strain, LER.

J. Neuroimmunol.59, \par
LER

Blankert J. J., Muizert Y., van Es L. A., and Paul L. C. () Cellular requirements for the induction of a humoral immune response to the endothelial alloantigen Eag Transplant. Proc.19, \par
MAXX

Blizard D. A. and Adams N. () Maternal influences on cardiovascular pathophysiology. Experientia48, \par
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Blizard D. A., Peterson W. N., and Adams N.

() Dietary salt and accelerated hypertension — lack of subline differentiation in Spontaneously Hypertensive Rat stocks from the United-States. J. Hypertens.9, \par
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Blottiere H. M., Menoret A., Burg C., Douillard J. Y., and Lependu J. (a) Identification and characterization of a rat protein (p) auto-antigenic in rats bearing a progressive syngeneic colon-carcinoma. Int. J. Cancer50, \par
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Blottiere H. M., Menoret A., Burg C., Douillard J. Y., Meflah K., and Lependu J. (b) Characterization of an autoantigen (p) in a rat colon-carcinoma model.

Bulletin Du Cancer79, \par

Boorman G. A. and Hollander C. F. () Spontaneous lesions in the female WAG/Rij (Wistar) rat. J. Gerontol.28, \par
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Boorman G. A. and Hollander C. F. () High incidence of spontaneous urinary bladder and ureter tumors in the brown Norway rat. J. Natl. Cancer Inst.52, \par
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Boorman G. A., van Noord M. J., and Hollander C. F. () Naturally occurring medullary thyroid carcinoma in the rat.

Arch. Pathol.94, \par
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Boorman G. A., Zurcher C., Hollander C. F., and Feron V. J. () Naturally occurring endocardial disease in the rat. Arch. Pathol.96, \par
BNWAG

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Borodin P. M. () Strains. Rat News Lett.1, \par
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Bosland M. C., Prinsen M. K., Rivenson A., Silverman J., Fiala E., Williams G. M., Kroes R., and Weisburger J. H. (a) Induction of proliferative lesions of ventral prostate, seminal- vesicle, and other accessory sex glands in rats by N-methyl-N- nitrosourea — effect of castration, pretreatment with cyproterone- acetate and testosterone propionate, and rat strain.

Prostate20, \par
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Bosland M. C., Prinsen M. K., Rivenson A., and Weisburger J. H. (b) Induction of skin and thyroid-tumors in male-rats by normal-methyl- normal-nitrosourea after sequential treatment with cyproterone- acetate and testosterone propionate — effects of castration, rat strain and time of carcinogen injection. Carcinogenesis13, \par
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Braden A. W. H. () Strain differences in the incidence of polyspermia in rats after delayed mating. Fert. Steril.9, \par
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Brdicka R. () Urinary proteins: interstrain differences in the laboratory rat.

Anim. Blood Gps. Biochem. Genet.15, \par

Breslin P. A. S., Spector A. C., and Grill H. J. () Sodium specificity of salt appetite in Fischer and Wistar rats is impaired by chorda tympani nerve transection. American Journal of Physiology-Regulatory Integrative and Comparative Physiology38, RR\par
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Brewster D. J. () Genetic analysis of ethanol preference in rats selected for emotional reactivity. J. Hered.59, \par
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Broadhurst P. L. () The Maudsley reactive and non-reactive strains of rats: a survey. Behav. Genet.5, \par
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Buchanan T. A., Fisler J. S., Underberger S., Sipos G. F., and Bray G. A. () Whole-body insulin sensitivity in Osborne-Mendel and S5B/Pl rats eating a low-fat or high-fat diet. Am. J. Physiol., RR\par
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Buckley P., Hulse E. V., and Hold B. M.

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Buda M., Lachuer J., Devauges V., Barbagli B., Blizard D., and Sara S. J. () Central noradrenergic reactivity to stress in Maudsley rat strains. Neurosci. Let., \par
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Burek J. D. () Pathology of aging rats. CRC Press, West Palm Beach, Florida.\par
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Burek J. D. and Hollander C.

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Burek J. D. and Hollander C. F. (b) Studies of spontaneous lesions in aging BN/Bi rats. II. Age associated incidence of tumors and tumor metastases, in Annual Report, Organization for Health Research, pp. TNO, Rijswijk.\par
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Burek J. D. and Hollander C. F. () Incidence patterns of spontaneous tumors in BN/Bi rats.

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Burek J. D., Zurcher C., and Hollander C. F. () Spontaneous cervical and vaginal tumors in the females BN/Bi rat, in Annual Report, Organization for Health Research, pp. TNO, Rijswijk.\par

Burek J. D., Zurcher C., and Hollander C. F. () High incidence of spontaneous cervical and vaginal tumors in an inbred strain of Brown Norway rats (BN/Bi). J. Natl. Cancer Inst.57, \par
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Burnet P. W. J., Michelson D., Smith M. A., Gold P. W., and Sternberg E.

M. () The effect of chronic imipramine istration on the densities of 5-HT1a and 5-HT2 receptors and the abundancies of 5-HT receptor and transporter messenger-RNA in the cortex, hippocampus and dorsal raphe of 3 strains of rat. Brain Res., \par
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Burtonboy G., Beckers A., Rodhain J., Bazin H., and Lamy M. E. () Rat ileocecal immunocytoma. An ultrastructural study with special attention to the presence of viral particles.

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J. Natl. Cancer Inst.61, \par
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Buttemeyer R., Rao U., and Jones N. F. () Peripheral-nerve allograft transplantation with FK — functional, histological, and immunological results before and after discontinuation of immunosuppression. Annals of Plastic Surgery35, \par
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Byrnes A. P., Rusby J. E., Wood M. J. A., and Charlton H. M. () Adenovirus gene-transfer causes inflammation in the brain. Neuroscience66, \par
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Calcagnetti D.

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Calderari S. A., Gonzalez A. C., and Gayol M. del C. () Spontaneous hypertriglyceridemic obesity and hyperglycemia in an inbred line of rats. Int. J. Obesity11, \par
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Cameron T. P., Lattuada C. P., Kornreich M. R., and Tarone R. E. () Longevity and reproductive comparisons for male ACI and Sprague-Dawley rat aging colonies.

Lab. Animal Sci.32, \par
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Cameron T. P., Hickman R. L., Kornreich M. R., and Tarone R. E. () History, survival, and growth patterns of B6C3F1 mice and F rats in the National Cancer Institute carcinogenesis testing program. Fundam. Appl. Toxicol.5, \par
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Campbell D. J., Duncan A. M., Kladis A., and Harrap S. B. () Angiotensin peptides in spontaneously hypertensive and normotensive donryu rats. Hypertension25, \par

Carthew P., Wealthy K.

J., Martin E. A., De Matteis F., Lim C.-K., Manson M. M., Festing M. F. W., White I. N. H., and Smith L. L. () DNA damage as assessed by 32P-postlabelling in three rat strains exposed to dietary tamoxifen: the relationship between cell proliferation and liver tumour formation. Carcinogenesis16, \par
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Castanon N. and Mormede P. () Psychobiogenetics — adapted tools for the study of the coupling between behavioral and neuroendocrine traits of emotional reactivity. Psychoneuroendocrinology19, \par
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Castanon N., Dulluc J., Lemoal M., and Mormede P. () Prolactin as a link between behavioral and immune differences between the Roman rat lines.

Physiol. Behav.51, \par
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Castanon N., Dulluc J., Lemoal M., and Mormede P. () Maturation of the behavioral and neuroendocrine differences between the Roman rat lines. Physiol. Behav.55, \par
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Castanon N., Perezdiaz F., and Mormede P. () Genetic-analysis of the relationships between behavioral and neuroendocrine traits in Roman High-Avoidance and Low-Avoidance rat lines. Behav. Genet.25, \par
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Ceccatelli S., Fahrenkrug J., Eneroth P., and Hokfelt T. () Vasoactive intestinal polypeptide peptide histidine isoleucine- immunoreactive neuron systems in the basal hypothalamus of a rat strain with deficient prolactin-release in response to stress.

Journal of Neuroendocrinology4, \par
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Chang L. T., Kras K., Suzuki K., Strasburg G., Rodgers C. D., and Schemmel R. A. () Voluntary running in male S5B/Pl rats fed high-fat or high- carbohydrate diets. Physiol. Behav.57, \par
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Chanh P. H., Kaiser R., Lassierre B., Navarro-Delmasure C., and Moutier R. () Creation of a strain of genetically obese-hypertensive rats. Int. J. Obesity12, \par
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Chaouloff F., Castanon N., and Mormede P. () Paradoxical differences in animal-models of anxiety among the Roman rat lines.

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Chappel C. I. and Chappel W. R. () The discovery and development of the BB rat colony: An animal model of spontaneous diabetes mellitus. Metabolism32, S8-S\par
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Charnay Y., Steimer T., Huguenin C., and Driscoll P. () [H-3] paroxetine binding-sites — brain regional differences between 2 psychogenetically selected lines of rats. Neurosci. Res. Commun.16, \par
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Chatterajee B., Demyan W.

F., Song C. S., Garg B. D., and Roy A. K. () Loss of androgenic induction of 2u-globulin gene family in the liver of NIH black rats. Endocrinol., \par

Chen X. H., Han J. S., and Huang L. T. () Cck receptor antagonist L, potentiated electroacupuncture analgesia in Wistar rats but not in audiogenic epileptic rats. Chinese Medical Journal, \par
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Chisholm P. M., Smith M. E., Sparshott S. M., and Ford W. L. () A comparison of immune responses against Ag-B and non Ag-B antigens, presented alone or together. Transplant.23, \par

Chowdhury N. R., Gross F., Moscioni A. D., Kram M., Arias I.

M., and Chowdhury J. R. () Isolation of multiple normal and functionally faulty forms of uridine diphosphate-glucoronyltransferase from inbred Gunn rats. J. Clin. Invest.79, \par
RHA

Cicila G. T., Rapp J. P., Bloch K. D., Kurtz T. W., Pravenec M., Kren V., Hong C. C., Quertermous T., and Ng S. C. () Cosegregation of the endothelin-3 locus with blood-pressure and relative heart-weight in inbred Dahl rats. J. Hypertens.12, \par
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Clark C. J., Milligan G., and Connell J. M. C. () Guanine-nucleotide regulatory protein alterations in the Milan Hypertensive rat strain.

J. Hypertens.11, \par
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Clark C. J., Milligan G., and Connell J. M. C. () Guanine-nucleotide regulatory protein alterations in young Milan Hypertensive strain rats. Biochimica Et Biophysica Acta-Molecular Basis of Disease, \par
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Clark R. L., Cuttino J. T., Anderle S. R., Cromartie W. J., and Schwab J. H. () Radiologic analysis of arthritis in rats after systemic injection of streptococcal cell walls. Arthritis Rheum.22, \par
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Cockrell B. Y. and Garner F. M. () Interstitial cell tumor.

Comp. Pathol. Bull.8, \par
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Coenen A. M. L. and Van Luijtelaar E. L. J. M. () The WAG/Rig rat model for absence epilepsy: age and sex factors. Epilepsy Res.1, \par
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Coenen A. M. L., Drinkenberg W. H. I. M., Inoue M., and Van Luijtelaar E. L. J. M. () Genetic models of absence epilepsy, with emphasis on the WAG/Rij strain of rats. Epilepsy Res.12, \par
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Cohen A. J., McCarthy D. M., and Rossetti R. R. () Renin secretion by the spontaneously diabetic rat. Diabetes35, \par
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Cohen A.

M., Rosenmann E., and Rosenthal T. () The Cohen diabetic (non-insulin-dependent) hypertensive rat model. Description of the model and pathological findings. AJH6, \par
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Cohen B. J., De Bruin R. W., and Kort W. J. () Heritable hydronephrosis in a mutant strain of brown Norway rats. Lab. Anim. Care20, \par
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Cohen S. B. and Weetman A. P. () The effect of iodine depletion and supplementation in the Buffalo strain rat. J. Endocrinol. Invest.11, \par
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Jeffrey S.

Berman, M.D.


Faculty

  1. Irene L. Graham, M.D.
  2. Sharon E Frey, M.D.
  3. Rong Hou, M.D.
  4. Guangyong Peng, M.D., Ph.D.
  5. Sarah L. George, M.D.
  6. Ranjit Ray, Ph.D.
  7. Donald J. Kennedy, M.D.
  8. Getahun Abate, M.D., Ph.D.
  9. Dan Hoft, M.D., Ph.D.
  10. Claudia Castillo-Paredes, M.D.
  11. Jianguo Liu, M.D., Ph.D.
  12. Azra Blazevic, D.V.M., M.S.P.H.
  13. Geoffrey Gorse, M.D.
  14. Marcia L Sokol-Anderson, M.D.


Faculty and Fellows


[email protected]

Professor of Medicine
Director, Sarcoidosis Clinic, Boston Medical Center

Medical School: Case Western Reserve University,
Internship and Residency: Boston City Hospital
Fellowship: Boston University Medical Center

BU Profile for Dr.

Berman

Special Interests:

Research:

  1. New diagnostic tests
  2. Sarcoidosis
  3. Therapy of sarcoidosis
  4. Clinical characteristics of sarcoidosis
  5. Sarcoidosis in minority populations

Clinical:

I own had an interest in Pulmonary Immunology for over 20 years. I began by looking at basic mechanisms of lymphocyte accumulation in response to cytokine signals, and I own gradually turned my interest to clinical and translational research. In the past ten years I own divided my time between basic and translational investigations involving the novel cytokine, osteopontin, and clinical research involving patients with Sarcoidosis.

My interest in osteopontin (Opn) began upon hearing a report that OPN was the most prevalent message upregulated in macrophages upon exposure to mycobacterium.

It is an strange duck amongst cytokines, in that it is prominently expressed in bone and is involved in disparate processes such as bone remodeling, wound healing, inflammation, and tumor metastasis. I own been interested in the immunologic and inflammatory aspects of Opn, and my laboratory has been involved in research linking Opn to T cell function, granuloma formation and interstitial pulmonary fibrosis.

My interest in Sarcoidosis rose out of my year involvement in the Tuberculosis Clinic at the Boston City Hospital and an affiliated homeless shelter.

Viewing Sarcoidosis as a “companion” disease to TB, I was intrigued by the mysteries behind this granulomatous disease. I gradually built a Sarcoid population within the TB clinic and 10 years ago spun off my current Sarcoid Clinic. My colleague, Praveen Govender, and I see approximately new patients each year, some referred for second opinions and other referred for ongoing diagnosis or management. We own a number of clinical research projects ongoing, including diagnosis of cardiac disease, and management of calcium and bone metabolism in Sarcoidosis.

We share clinic space and collaborate with Dr. Liz Klings and the Pulmonary Hypertension Middle in the diagnosis and care of patients with Sarcoidosis who develop pulmonary arterial hypertension. We own been involved in a large national study of Sarcoidosis in African American women with Sarcoidosis.

Selected Publications:

Please see BU Profile for finish Publications list

Links:

The Sarcoidosis Clinic is located in the Doctor’s Office Building:

Harrison Avenue Suite
Boston, MA
Phone: ()
FAX: ()

Uses:

The European Baseline Series consists of haptens based on the experience from numerous years of studies of frequencies of contact allergy performed by the European Environmental and Contact Dermatitis Research Group (EECDRG).
The series can be seen as a basic "standard" baseline series in case no specific country specific baseline series is offered.

Click here for hapten information in Russian.

Name Conc
1. PA Potassium dichromate % pet
2. P p-PHENYLENEDIAMINE (PPD) % pet
3. Mx Thiuram stir % pet
4. N Neomycin sulfate % pet
5. CA Cobalt(II)chloride hexahydrate % pet
6.

Mx Caine stir III % pet
7. NA Nickel(II)sulfate hexahydrate % pet
8. H 2-Hydroxyethyl methacrylate % pet
9. C COLOPHONIUM % pet
MxC Paraben stir % pet
I N-Isopropyl-N-phenylphenylenediamine (IPPD) % pet
W LANOLIN ALCOHOL % pet
MxA Mercapto stir % pet
E Epoxy resin, Bisphenol A % pet
B Peru balsam % pet
B 4-tert-Butylphenolformaldehyde resin (PTBP) % pet
MA 2-Mercaptobenzothiazole (MBT) % pet
FB FORMALDEHYDE % aq
Mx Fragrance stir I % pet
Mx Sesquiterpene lactone stir % pet
CA QUATERNIUM % pet
P Propolis % pet
CB METHYLISOTHIAZOLINONE+ METHYLCHLOROISOTHIAZOLINONE % aq
BB Budesonide % pet
TB Tixocortolpivalate % pet
DE METHYLDIBROMO GLUTARONITRILE % pet
Mx Fragrance stir II % pet
L HYDROXYISOHEXYL 3-CYCLOHEXENE CARBOXALDEHYDE % pet
MB METHYLISOTHIAZOLINONE % aq
Mx Textile dye stir % pet


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