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Basic Approach to Reading a Radiograph in the Neonate.

Mary Whalen,

The radiograph is a cost-effective and minimally invasive testing mechanism used to assist clinicians in the diagnosis of many diseases that affect the newborn. However, radiographic interpretations can differ between radiologists and clinicians. The interpretation of findings is most accurate when considered in the context of the patient's clinical presentation, ... Read more >>

Neonatal Netw (Neonatal network : NN)
[2021, 40(1):31-37]

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Multiple Aplasia Cutis Congenita Lesions of the Scalp: A Case Study.

Mary Whalen,

Aplasia cutis congenita (ACC) is a rare condition that presents at birth as an absence of skin that does not usually involve underlying structures. Occurring in 3/10,000 live births, ACC is evenly distributed between males and females; the risk of ACC increases to 7 percent in consanguineous marriages. Up to ... Read more >>

Neonatal Netw (Neonatal network : NN)
[2020, 39(2):83-91]

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A Case Study of Severe Hypercalcemia Secondary to Subcutaneous Fat Necrosis: A Diagnosis of Exclusion.

Mary Whalen,

Subcutaneous fat necrosis (SCFN) is a rare complication, usually occurring in otherwise healthy full-term infants who have experienced some level of trauma that causes ischemic injury to adipose tissue. Tissue injury usually occurs in areas of the body that are exposed to excessive pressure as during delivery. Tissue injury has ... Read more >>

Neonatal Netw (Neonatal network : NN)
[2019, 38(4):236-241]

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Specific ATM-mediated phosphorylation dependent on radiation quality.

Mary K Whalen, Sukhleen K Gurai, Hengameh Zahed-Kargaran, Janice M Pluth,

To determine whether the physical differences between high- and low-LET radiation are reflected in the biological responses of exposed cells, we detailed phospho-protein profiles of three proteins functional in radiation repair and signal transduction. Detailing gamma-H2AX, pATF2 Ser490/498 and pSMC1 Ser957 kinetics after X-ray and iron-ion exposure also provides a ... Read more >>

Radiat Res (Radiation research)
[2008, 170(3):353-364]

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Novel insight into the agonistic mechanism of alefacept in vivo: differentially expressed genes may serve as biomarkers of response in psoriasis patients.

Asifa S Haider, Michelle A Lowes, Humphrey Gardner, Raj Bandaru, Kamruz Darabi, Francesca Chamian, Toyoko Kikuchi, Patricia Gilleaudeau, Mary S Whalen, Irma Cardinale, Inna Novitskaya, James G Krueger,

Alefacept is an LFA3-Ig fusion protein that binds to CD2 and is thought to inhibit T cell activation by antagonism of CD2 signaling or by lysis of CD2(+) cells. Alefacept is potential future therapeutic for organ transplant recipients or graft-vs-host disease and is an approved therapeutic for psoriasis vulgaris, which ... Read more >>

J Immunol (Journal of immunology (Baltimore, Md. : 1950))
[2007, 178(11):7442-7449]

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Compounding with controlled substances.

Mary Kate Whalen,

Int J Pharm Compd (International journal of pharmaceutical compounding)
[2002, 6(1):8-10]

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Characteristics of Maple Syrup Processed from Bleach-Treated Sap 1.

Maria Franca Morselli, Mary Lynn Whalen, Kelly L Baggett,

Recently an undefined off-flavor was detected in syrup produced from sap flowing from tubing systems cleaned with bleach. To identify if bleach was the source of the off-flavor, samples of maple sap, to which various concentrations of sodium hypochlorite (a common sanitizing solution) were added, were processed to syrup. Three ... Read more >>

J Food Prot (Journal of food protection)
[1985, 48(3):204-206]

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Fungi Associated with Pure Maple Syrup Packed at the Minimum Recommended Reheating Temperature 1.

Mary Lynn Whalen, Maria Franca Morselli,

In a study on container storage and syrup stability, when pure maple syrup was heated at the traditional minimum packing temperature of 82°C, 6.9% of syrups in all types of containers were surface-contaminated with a fungal mat; Penicillium and Aspergillus species predominated. Fungal growth was not found in syrups stored ... Read more >>

J Food Prot (Journal of food protection)
[1984, 47(9):688-689]

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