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  • Journal article
    ARST HN, 1985,

    A NEW CLONING STRATEGY FOR FILAMENTOUS FUNGI

    , MICROBIOLOGICAL SCIENCES, Vol: 2, Pages: 167-167, ISSN: 0265-1351
  • Journal article
    CADDICK MX, BROWNLEE AG, ARST HN, 1985,

    PHOSPHATASES OF ASPERGILLUS-NIDULANS - THEIR GENETIC AND PHYSIOLOGICAL CONTROL

    , HEREDITY, Vol: 54, Pages: 418-418, ISSN: 0018-067X
  • Journal article
    Ryan G, Cookson WO, Musk AW, 1985,

    Allergy and nonallergic bronchial reactivity as determinants of work-related respiratory symptoms in seasonal grain handlers

    , Chest, Vol: 87, ISSN: 0012-3692

    The authors studied a group of subjects with little or no previous grain dust exposure before and after a short period of grain handling work. The results suggest that preemployment atopy and increased bronchial reactivity are associated with an increased frequency of respiratory symptoms on exposure to grain dust. Second, preemployment history, allergy skin test response, and level of bronchial reactivity may be useful predictors of work-related symptoms. This supports the possibility that symptoms, particularly wheeze and dyspnea, that begin soon after starting work may respresent allergen-induced asthma. The weaker association with cough suggests that it may reflect a different mechanism.

  • Journal article
    SHARMA KK, ARST HN, 1985,

    ON THE NATURE OF THE REGULATORY GENE OF THE PROLINE CATABOLISM GENE-CLUSTER OF ASPERGILLUS-NIDULANS

    , HEREDITY, Vol: 54, Pages: 421-421, ISSN: 0018-067X
  • Journal article
    ARST HN, 1985,

    SYNTHETIC DEOXYOLIGONUCLEOTIDES - INCREASED CLONING VERSATILITY

    , MICROBIOLOGICAL SCIENCES, Vol: 2, Pages: 240-240, ISSN: 0265-1351
  • Journal article
    ARST HN, 1985,

    ENDOCYTOSIS IN YEAST

    , MICROBIOLOGICAL SCIENCES, Vol: 2, Pages: 296-297, ISSN: 0265-1351
  • Journal article
    WIAME JM, GRENSON M, ARST HN, 1985,

    NITROGEN CATABOLITE REPRESSION IN YEASTS AND FILAMENTOUS FUNGI

    , ADVANCES IN MICROBIAL PHYSIOLOGY, Vol: 26, Pages: 1-88, ISSN: 0065-2911
  • Journal article
    SHAFFER PM, ARST HN, 1985,

    NITROGEN METABOLITE REPRESSION OF A PYRIMIDINE SALVAGE PATHWAY ENZYME IN ASPERGILLUS-NIDULANS

    , HEREDITY, Vol: 54, Pages: 421-421, ISSN: 0018-067X
  • Journal article
    SHARMA KK, ARST HN, 1985,

    THE PRODUCT OF THE REGULATORY GENE OF THE PROLINE CATABOLISM GENE-CLUSTER OF ASPERGILLUS-NIDULANS IS A POSITIVE-ACTING PROTEIN

    , CURRENT GENETICS, Vol: 9, Pages: 299-304, ISSN: 0172-8083
  • Journal article
    Cookson WO, Musk AW, Glancy JJ, 1984,

    Asbestosis and cryptogenic fibrosing alveolitis: a radiological and functional comparison.

    , Aust N Z J Med, Vol: 14, Pages: 626-630, ISSN: 0004-8291

    This study compares the relationship between lung function and radiological abnormality in 46 subjects with asbestosis and 38 subjects with cryptogenic fibrosing alveolitis. Radiographs were graded separately by two observers according to the 1980 International Labour Organisation criteria for classification of the pneumoconioses. The correlation between the transfer factor of the lungs and the radiographic profusion of small parenchymal opacities was found to be greater in subjects with asbestosis than in subjects with cryptogenic fibrosing alveolitis. At any level of radiological profusion transfer factor was higher in cases with asbestosis than in cases with fibrosing alveolitis. As pleural thickening is seen commonly in asbestosis and may influence lung volumes and the ratio of transfer factor to effective alveolar volume, the results of these measurements were compared only in the cases showing absent or minimal pleural thickening. Both of these variables were higher in the subjects with asbestosis. The results indicate that despite pathological, functional and radiographic similarities, lung function for a given degree of radiographic parenchymal abnormality is better in subjects with asbestosis than in subjects with cryptogenic fibrosing alveolitis, and that changes in the plain chest x-ray appearances in asbestosis correlate more closely with the results of lung function tests.

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