Publications

Sexton, DJ, and Burgdorfer, W. "Clinical and epidemiologic features of Rocky Mountain spotted fever in Mississippi, 1933-1973." South Med J 68, no. 12 (December 1975): 1529-1535.

PMID
1202642
Scholars@Duke

Kleinerman, ES, Snyderman, R, and Daniels, CA. "Depressed monocyte chemotaxis during acute influenza infection." Lancet 2, no. 7944 (November 29, 1975): 1063-1066.

PMID
53552
Scholars@Duke

Neelon, FA, Delcher, HK, Steinman, HW, and Lebovitz, HE. "A comparison of the structure of hamster pancreatic insulin and insulin extracted from a transplantable hamster islet-cell carcinoma." Biochim Biophys Acta 412, no. 1 (November 18, 1975): 1-12.

PMID
172143
Scholars@Duke

Reller, LB, Maddoux, GL, Eckman, MR, and Pappas, G. "Bacterial endocarditis caused by Oerskovia turbata." Ann Intern Med 83, no. 5 (November 1975): 664-666.

PMID
1200499
Scholars@Duke

Hausman, MS, Brosman, S, Snyderman, R, Mickey, MR, and Fahey, J. "Defective monocyte function in patients with genitourinary carcinoma." J Natl Cancer Inst 55, no. 5 (November 1975): 1047-1054.

PMID
1107568
Scholars@Duke

Rothman, IK, Gelfand, JA, Fauci, AS, and Frank, MM. "The immune adherence receptor: dissociation between the expression of erythrocyte and mononuclear cell C3b receptors." J Immunol 115, no. 5 (November 1975): 1312-1315.

PMID
1100727
Scholars@Duke

Gelfand, MC, Frank, MM, Nagle, R, Shin, M, and Green, I. "A receptor for activated C3 in the human renal glomerular capillary wall." Proc Clin Dial Transplant Forum 5 (November 1975): 102-105.

PMID
785451
Scholars@Duke

Horwitz, MA, Marr, JS, Merson, MH, Dowell, VR, and Ellis, JM. "A continuing common-source outbreak of botulism in a family." Lancet 2, no. 7940 (November 1, 1975): 861-863.

PMID
53340
Scholars@Duke

Merson, MH, and Gangarosa, EJ. "Travelers' diarrhea." JAMA 234, no. 2 (October 13, 1975): 200-201.

PMID
1100868
Scholars@Duke

Castelli, MF, Hamilton, JD, and Wynn-Williams, A. "Letter: Esophageal hemorrhage due to pancreatitis." Can Med Assoc J 113, no. 7 (October 4, 1975): 605-606.

PMID
1181013
Scholars@Duke

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