NLM logo
1,227 results
  1. NLM Digital Collections - Sexually transmitted diseases syndromic and laboratory diagnosis, treatment, and follow-up 
    Publication: Baltimore, Md. : Population Information Program, Center for Communication Programs, Johns Hopkins School of Public Health, [1993]
    ... gram negative intracellular diplococci, trichomonads, yeast cells, and clue cells. Publisher and sponsor information in lower right corner. ... gram negative intracellular diplococci, trichomonads, yeast cells, and clue cells. Publisher and sponsor information in lower right corner. ...
  2. NLM Digital Collections - Enfermedades de transmisión sexual diagnóstico sindrómico y de laboratorio, tratamiento y .... 
    Publication: Baltimore, Md. : Population Information Program, Center for Communication Programs, Johns Hopkins University School of Public Health, [1993]
    ... gram negative intracellular diplococci, trichomonads, yeast cells, and clue cells. Publisher and sponsor information in lower right corner. ... gram negative intracellular diplococci, trichomonads, yeast cells, and clue cells. Publisher and sponsor information in lower right corner. ...
  3. ... any given DNA sample. But nobody had a clue about how cells actually made DNA. Based on his experience with ...
  4. ... rale, said to be created in the tilveoli, clue to inflation of the cells, the walls of which have been held together ... mucus be present in the urine, the doubtful cell may be a mucus-corpuscle. Some clue to the source of the pus can be ...
  5. ... the doctrine of the convertibil- 42 ity of cells, a clue to a better understanding of the order in which we find morbid growths are devel- oped and reproduced; for, the order of convertibil- ity of the different cells is in keeping with the facts of development ...
  6. ... cells, whose morpho- logical characters give us no clue to their destinies, as indifferent cells, and limit the term pus cells to those ...
  7. ... acid media. This substitution of fungal for infusorial cells may be clue either to the medium originally being of an ...
  8. NLM Digital Collections - Principles of comparative physiology 
    Publication: Philadelphia : Blanchard and Lea, 1854
    ... a mulberry-like form; and this appearance is clue to the distension of the epithelial cells covering the extremities of the villi, with the ...
  9. ... that the form and arrangement of the brain cells afford some clue to the special func- tions over which each ...
  10. ... small and frequently repeated ; inflammation of the mastoid cells and the headache clue to intra- cranial lesions are benefited by their ... cation from the uppermost layer of the prickle cells, an artificial ... To the same process is clue the discoloration of the upper layer in the ...
first · previous · 1 · 2 · 3 · 4 · 5 · 6 · 7 · 8 · 9 · 10 · next · last