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2. EFFECT OF TOXOCARA CANIS SECOND STAGE LARVAE ON THE HOST IMMUNE SYSTEM
Volume 1, Issue 3 , Spring 1990

Abstract
  We have studied functional alteration of immunocytes in mice following inoculation of Toxocara canis second stage larvae. Results indicated depression of lymphocyte blastogenesis in response to concanavalin-A, phytohemagglutinin and allogeneic non B-cells; however, B-cell polyclonal activation was ...  Read More

3. CHARACTERIZATION OF HIGH MOBILITY GROUP NONHISTONE PROTEINS FROM DIFFERENTIATED NEUROPHILIC GRANULOCYTES
Volume 1, Issue 3 , Spring 1990

Abstract
  The quantitative changes of the high mobility group (HMG) nonhistone chromosomal proteins in nondividing, differentiated peritoneal exudate neutrophils were identified by their solubility, electrophoretic mobility on both SDS and acetic acid gels, densitometric traces and elution profile on CM-sephadex. ...  Read More

4. IMMOBILIZATION OF MICROBIAL CELLS FOR THE PRODUCTION OF ORGANIC ACIDS
Volume 1, Issue 3 , Spring 1990

Abstract
  Techniques of immobilization of microbial- cells have been established by multifunctional reagents such as glutaraldehyed on a solid support. Immobilized cell reactor was designed to demonstrate stability of cross linking of whole cells for the production of organic acids. An eighty-six percent conversion ...  Read More

5. A STUDY OF THE SILYLATION REACTION OF CYANOEPOXIDES WITH TRIMETHYLCHLOROSILANE IN THE PRESENCE OF MAGNESIUM
Volume 1, Issue 3 , Spring 1990

Abstract
  In the presence of magnesium and hexamethylphosphorictriamide, HMPT, trimethylchlorosilane, TMS-C1, reacts with cyanoepoxides to give related compounds. Ring cleavage at ? - position of cyanoepoxide, 1, followed by the addition of two trimethylsilyl groups leads to 2 then substitution of OSiMei by ...  Read More

6. REACTIVITY OF N-SUBSTITUTED p-BENZO AND p-NAPHTHOQUINONEIMINE N-OXIDES TOWARD DIPOLAROPHILES
Volume 1, Issue 3 , Spring 1990

Abstract
  The dipolar cycloaddition reactivity of N-(1-naphthy1)-1,4- benzoquinoneimine N-oxide and N-phenyl-1,4- naphthoquinoneimine Noxide are investigated, The latter gives the expected adducts with common dipolarophiles such as acrylonitryle, methyl methacrylate, dimethylacetylene dicarboxylate and N-phenylmaleimide. ...  Read More

7. SYNTHESIS OF PURINE ACYCLONUCLEOSIDES HAVING PRONOUNCED ANTIVIRAL ACTIVITY
Volume 1, Issue 3 , Spring 1990

Abstract
  The synthesis of a series of purine analogues of the acyclonucleoside compound 14 (acyclovir) is described. Compounds in this series have been shown to have pronounced activity against herpes virus-type l(HSV-1). The anti-viral activities of other analogs whose syntheses were recently reported [1] ...  Read More

8. THE ROLE OF CHLOROMETHYL ETHERS IN THE FORMATION OF N(7) - AND N(9)-ALKYLATED ISOMERS OF ADENINE SYNTHESIS OF 2-[9-(ETHOXYMETHYL) ADENYL] PHOSPHONATE
Volume 1, Issue 3 , Spring 1990

Abstract
  The structural features of chloromethyl ethers are shown to have a significant effect on the formation of N(7)- or N(9)- alkylated isomers of purine acyclo-nucleosides. The chemical synthesis of 2-[9-(ethoxymethyl) adenyl] phosphonate is described. This compound is active against herpesviruses.  Read More

9. NITROIMIDAZOLES VIII [I]. SYNTHESES, ANTIBACTERIAL AND ANTIFUNGAL ACTIVITIES OF 2-PYRIDYL-NITROIMIDAZOLES
Volume 1, Issue 3 , Spring 1990

Abstract
  Starting from 2-(2-pyridyl) imidazole a series of substituted imidazoles (2-5) were prepared. From the reaction of 2-(3-pyridyl) -4-(or 5) nitroimidazole (15) with dimethyl sulfate in alkaline medium 1-methyl-2-(3- pyridy1)-4-nitroimidazole (6,)w as prepared. Reaction of compound 15 with diazomethane ...  Read More

10. ON MODALITY AND DIVISIBILITY OF POISSON AND BINOMIAL MIXTURES
Volume 1, Issue 3 , Spring 1990

Abstract
  Some structural aspects of mixtures, in general, have been previously investigated by the author in [I] and [2]. The aim of this article is to investigate some important structural properties of the special cases of Poisson and binomial mixtures in detail. Some necessary and sufficient conditions ...  Read More

11. ON FUZZY IDEALS OF A RING
Volume 1, Issue 3 , Spring 1990

Abstract
  The concepts of L-fuzzy ideal generated by a L-fuzzy subset, L-fuzzy prime and completely prime ideal where L is a complete lattice are considered and some results are proved  Read More

12. AN INTRODUCTION TO THE THEORY OF DIFFERENTIABLE STRUCTURES ON INFINITE INTEGRAL DOMAINS
Volume 1, Issue 3 , Spring 1990

Abstract
  A special class of differentiable functions on an infinite integral domain which is not a field is introduced. Some facts about these functions are established and the special case of z is studied in more detail  Read More

13. DEVELOPMENT IN STRING THEORY
Volume 1, Issue 3 , Spring 1990

Abstract
  The string theory is a fast moving subject, both physics wise and in the respect of mathematics. In order to keep up with the discipline it is important to move with new ideas which are being stressed. Here I wish to give extracts from new papers of ideas which I have recently found interesting. There ...  Read More

14. HIGH RESOLUTION LASER SPECTROSCOPY IN COLD SUPERSONIC MOLECULAR BEAMS COOLING, REDUCTION OF DOPPLER WIDTH AND APPLICATION
Volume 1, Issue 3 , Spring 1990

Abstract
  The cooling of molecules during the adiabatic expansion of supersonic seeded molecular beams is reviewed and illustrated by the example of NO -molecules. The reduction of the Doppler width by collimation of the beam and the cooling to low rotational temperatures brings a significant simplification ...  Read More