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Sensitivity Training Groups

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Disease relevance of Sensitivity Training Groups

  • Aneurysm diameter was significantly less in the T group (51.2 mm) but similar for the A-I (57 mm), BI (54.6 mm), and C (55.6 mm) groups (P < .001) [1].
  • One day after ovulation (d 0) the T group received a daily injection of dexamethasone (44 microg/kg of body weight; i.m.) until the first dominant follicle stopped growing or up to d 12 postovulation [2].
  • The increase in plasma lactate levels induced by exercise was much higher in the UT than in the T group, and it was not affected by hypoxia [3].
  • Subjects in the L group were not different from subjects in the T group in regard to visual signs of gingivitis (MGI), but were more effective (P < .001) than subjects in the T group in experiencing reduced BI and PI [4].

High impact information on Sensitivity Training Groups

  • Half lives for injected unmodified 125I-labeled human LDL were 11.5 +/- 0.7 hour in C, 16.2 +/- 3.1 in H, and 12.9 +/- 0.9 in T groups [5].
  • The mean (+/- 1 SD) cumulative methotrexate dose was 66 +/- 41 mg/sq m in the C x T group and 173 +/- 64 mg/sq m in the 12 mg/sq m/dose group (p less than 0.005) [6].
  • The arrangement of the unstacked/paired thymidine bases of the two T/T groups results in the formation of two different conformations [7].
  • Homocysteine was higher in the T/T group than in both the C/C and C/T subgroups aged >10 y [8].
  • Serum triglyceride level also decreased in the T group but not in the P group [9].

Chemical compound and disease context of Sensitivity Training Groups

  • They were randomly allocated into two groups, the troglitazone group (the T group: 400 mg/day p.o.) and the placebo group (the P group), and were treated with test drugs for 12 weeks [9].
  • METHODS: Quail were fed for 6 months with a commercial turkey diet (T group; n = 8), carotenoid-deficient diet (C- group; n = 8), or a carotenoid-deficient diet supplemented with 35 mg 3R,3'R-zeaxanthin per kilogram of food, (Z+ group; n = 8) [10].
  • Transient renal dysfunction occurred in 6.8% of the A-I group and 8.2% of the BI group but in only 3.3% of the T group and 1.8% of the C group (P = .028) [1].
  • Both norepinephrine and dopamine failed to increase CPP, and ICP was significantly higher in TNE and TDA groups than in T group [11].
  • In endothelium-denuded arteries, the dilation to furegrelate was attenuated in both the ORX and ORX + T groups, and the difference between the groups was abolished [12].

Biological context of Sensitivity Training Groups

  • Lactose concentrations in the milk were equal throughout lactation, but the fat and protein concentrations were greater for the T group in early lactation [13].
  • The D + T group showed a significant decline in immunoreactive insulin ([IRI] 12.4 +/- 1.2 v 8.0 +/- 1.0 microU/mL, P < .05), reflecting markedly reduced insulin resistance, as well as a significant increase in plasma insulin-like growth factor-1 ([IGF-1] 175.7 +/- 14.2 v 189.8 +/- 12.6 ng/mL, P < .05) [14].

Anatomical context of Sensitivity Training Groups

  • Protein content, and amylase and lipase activities of the pancreas were significantly higher in the T group in comparison to the C and PFC groups [15].

Gene context of Sensitivity Training Groups

  • TS was divided into the H- (H/H, H/L) and L-groups (L/L) according to functional stratification and MTHFR C677T was divided into C- (C/C) and T-groups (C/T, T/T) [16].
  • Nuclear androgen receptor (AR) content in the T + E2 group was significantly higher than that in the T group [17].
  • IGF-I mRNA levels in the GH plus T group were not significantly different from those in the GH-treated group [18].
  • Fadrozole treatment resulted in a 59% decrease in brain nuclear estrogen receptor occupation relative to the T group [19].
  • In addition, the serum PTH level was also significantly higher in patients displaying C allele, as compared with the T/T group in the latter [20].

Analytical, diagnostic and therapeutic context of Sensitivity Training Groups

  • Serum IGF-I levels in the T group were not significantly different from those in the control group, and the levels in the GH plus T group were not significantly different from those in the GH group [18].
  • Progesterone concentrations in cows of the T group declined between 24 and 48 h after treatment (-3.2 +/- .5 ng/mL) compared with little change in concentrations of progesterone in cows of the C group at this time (P < .01) [21].
  • Two weeks after LAD ligation, 3 different treatments were conducted: (1) neonatal rat cardiomyocytes group (10(6) cells, T group, n=11), (2) HVJ-liposomes bearing the hHGF gene group (H group, n=10), and (3) combined (T-H group, n=10) [22].


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  16. Prognostic significance of the polymorphisms in thymidylate synthase and methylenetetrahydrofolate reductase gene in lung cancer. Takehara, A., Kawakami, K., Ohta, N., Oyama, K., Ota, Y., Oda, M., Watanabe, G. Anticancer Res. (2005) [Pubmed]
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