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Results 1 - 10 of 22

Complement-fixing antibodies to some arboviruses in native pigs.

HERDIN record number :
PCHRDPC921790
Author(s) :
Lourdes E. Campos, Linda C. Cenabre , Lilia C. Zapanta
Source Document :
Acta Medica Philippina. October 1966; Vol. 3 ( 2 ) : p. 117-120 (Journal)
Abstract :
Complement fixing antibodies were found for Japanese encephalitis (JE), Chilungunya and Semilki Forest viruses in pigs raised in different places in the Philippines. Of 109 pigs serums tested 26 or 23.8 percent had andtibodies for Chikungunya and 10 of 109 samples or . . .
Physical Location :
U.S. National Library of Medicine: PubMed/Medline
Philippine Council for Health Research and Development Library
DOH
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Pharmacologic screening and bioassay of Philippine Rauwolfias.

HERDIN record number :
PCHRDPC921773
Author(s) :
Gerardo V. De Leon, Angel S. Arambulo, Rizalina M. Bernal-Santos, Esperanza Javier
Source Document :
Acta Medica Philippina. October; Vol. 3 ( 2 ) : p. 121-126 (Journal)
Abstract :
A pharmacologic study of Philippine rauwolfias is being undertaken starting with the species R.samarensis merr. and R amsomiaerotolla A. DC. Crude extracts purified groups of active fractions, and isoalted active principles are being screened and assayed with respect . . .
Physical Location :
Philippine Council for Health Research and Development Library
U.S. National Library of Medicine: PubMed/Medline
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Pharmacologic studies on Philippine Rauwolfias.

HERDIN record number :
PCHRDPC936116
Author(s) :
Gerardo V. De Leon
Source Document :
Acta Medica Philippina. July 1966; Vol. 5 ( 1 ) : p. 51-56 (Journal)
Abstract :
1. A methodical pharmacologic screening of total extracts, purified alkaloids and active principles of two Philippine Rauwolfia species, R. samarensis and R. amsoniaefolia, was attempted.2. The investigative approach was premised on the assumption that our Phili . . .
Physical Location :
Philippine Council for Health Research and Development
Philippine Council for Health Research and Development
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On Filipino hyperuricemia.

HERDIN record number :
PCHRDPC921789
Author(s) :
Pelagia S. Bayani-Sioson, Maurice Skeith, Louis A. Healey Jr
Source Document :
Acta Medica Philippina. October; Vol. 3 ( 2 ) : p. 126-127 (Journal)
Abstract :
Hyperuricemia (6mg%) was noted among Filipinos in the United States (Alaska and Hawaii) but not among Filipinos (5.2 mg%) living in the Philippines (Manila and Cebu). Since the Filipinos in the United States were Ilocano in origin, we speculated that hyperuricemia was . . .
Physical Location :
Philippine Council for Health Research and Development Library
Philippine Council for Health Research and Development
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Filariasis in the Republic of the Philippines: Epidemiology and possible origins.

HERDIN record number :
PCHRDPC921774
Author(s) :
Lloyd E. Rozeboom, Benjamin D. Cabrera
Source Document :
Acta Medica Philippina. October; Vol. 3 ( 2 ) : p. 112-116 (Journal)
Abstract :
Most of bancroftian filariasis in SE Asia is primarily an urban disease transmitted by culex fatigans. Although there is evidence that C fatigans maybe a vector in smoe parts of Bicol Peninsula Republic of the Philippines . Bancroftian filariasis is more of rural dsit . . .
Physical Location :
Philippine Council for Health Research and Development Library
U.S. National Library of Medicine: PubMed/Medline
U.S. National Library of Medicine: PubMed/Medline
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Detection of arbovirus infections by complement fixation test.

HERDIN record number :
PCHRDPC934466
Author(s) :
Lourdes E. Campos, Veronica F. Chan, Leoncio De la Cruz , Linda C. Cenabre
Source Document :
Acta Medica Philippina. July; Vol. 3 ( 1 ) : p. 43-48 (Journal)
Abstract :
Evidence of arbovirus infection was detected by complement-fixation test in 23 per cent of 61 clinically diagnosed cases of influenza, as well as in 11 per cent of 18 cases of upper respiratory infections, 33 per cent of 3 cases of fever with rash and 69 per cent of 1 . . .
Physical Location :
Philippine Council for Health Research and Development Library
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Are Filipinos hyperuricemia?.

HERDIN record number :
PCHRDPC921854
Author(s) :
Decker JL, Bayani-Sioson PS, Healey LA Jr
Source Document :
Acta Medica Philippina. April 1966; Vol. 2 ( 4 ) : p. 206-7 (Journal)
Physical Location :
U.S. National Library of Medicine: PubMed/Medline
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Sedative-hypnotics versus tranquilizers: a distinction.

HERDIN record number :
PCHRD12120813334943
Source Document :
Acta Medica Philippina. October 1966; Vol. 3 ( 2 ) : p. 133-134 (Journal)
Physical Location :
Philippine Council for Health Research and Development Library
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Abdominal pain, fever, weight loss.

HERDIN record number :
PCHRD12120813260710
Author(s) :
Adelaida E. Dalmacio-Cruz
Source Document :
Acta Medica Philippina. October 1966; Vol. 3 ( 2 ) : p. 128-132 (Journal)
Physical Location :
Philippine Council for Health Research and Development Library
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Susceptibility of common household pest mosquitoes to experimental infection with brugia malayi microfilariae as compared to the principal vector.

HERDIN record number :
PCHRD12120809233838
Author(s) :
Benjamin D. Cabrera
Source Document :
Acta Medica Philippina. October 1966; Vol. 3 ( 2 ) : p. 107-111 (Journal)
Abstract :
Culex fatigens and aedes albopictus from Manila were not susceptible to infection with B malayi microfilariae. Mansonia bonneae, the known principal vector of malayan filariasis in Palawan, had high infection rates up to 83 percent. This rate appeared to be correlated with the intensity of microfila . . .
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Philippine Council for Health Research and Development Library
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