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Las Vegas--District Court Judge John S. McGroarty sentenced Mark Rubin, 46, of Las Vegas, this morning to a maximum term of thirty-two months with the minimum parole eligibility of twelve months in the Nevada Department of Corrections for filing a false claim for insurance benefits. The prison term was suspended, and Rubin was placed on probation for three years. He was further ordered to pay , 559.08 in restitution and to pay the Attorney General's Insurance Fraud Unit IFU ; 00.00 towards investigative costs. Rubin faced up to four years in prison and a 00.00 fine on this felony charge. Dr. Rubin reported to his insurance company, Safeco, that his 1994 Toyota Camry had been involved in a parking lot accident on July 18, 1999. However, an investigation revealed the damages reported to the vehicle in this incident were identical to ones previously reported by him to CSAA for an accident which he alleged took place on July 17, 1999. He failed to inform Safeco of the alleged accident of the prior day. This and other suspicious circumstances led to the filing of charges by the Insurance Fraud Unit. Unit Director Marty Howard stated: "Insurance fraud is one of the costliest white-collar crimes in the United States, ranking second only to tax evasion. It is not a victimless crime. A recent study by Conning & Co. stated insurance fraud costs the average family , 000 each year. This amount includes not only higher premiums, but also the resulting higher prices for consumer goods and services." If you have knowledge that someone has committed insurance fraud, please contact the Insurance Fraud Hotline at 1-800-266-8688. Information on how to combat insurance fraud can be found at the Attorney General's website at : ag ate.nv.
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1- to examine the effect of food on atovaquone absorption 2- to examine whether the effect of food could be accounted for by fat content of the meal 3- to examine the absorption from an oily vehicle 4- to assess the contribution of native bile to the increase in absorption observed with food and fat 5- to examine the extent of uptake into chylomicrons.
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HIGH GH levels observed in acromegaly are attrib1 utable to GH hypersecretion that is caused, with few exceptions l-31, by a pituitary adenoma. However, because the concentration of a hormone in the blood results from a balance between production, distribution, and degradation, an alteration in the two latter processesmight also contribute to the elevation of GH levels in acromegaly. Therefore, an accurate evaluation of GH kinetic parameters, such as GH plasma clearance rate PCR ; , half-life t 2 ; , and volume of distribution Vo ; , is crucial in order to understand the pathophysiological mechanisms underlying the increased circulating GH levels observed in acromegaly. In particular, knowledge of GH kinetic parameters is a prerequisite for quantifying the abnormal GH secretory events that characterize such a pathological condition. Previous studies to assess kinetic parameters in acroGH megalic patients have produced widely varying results. Mean GH PCR values have ranged from 0.8-3.3 mL kg-mini 4, 5 ; , or when related to the body surface area have ranged from 120.7-169.4 L daym2 6, 7 ; and are either similar to 5, 7 ; or lower than 4, 6 ; those observed in normal.
Which pathway links LT, IL-13 and chemokines ? Different receptors are involved in the effects of the mediators we studied CCR2, CCR4 for MCP-1 and MCP-5, CXCR1 2 for KC ; IL-4R alpha for IL-13 ; . The common feature is that C-C chemokines MCP-1, MCP-5 ; , the Gro-KC, and chemoattractants including LT LTB4 ; bind to, and transactivate the G-protein coupled receptors, such as EGFR 19, 23 ; , which mediate activation of NFb, and thus induce MUC gene expression. Studies on vascular SMC 41 ; suggested that EGFR may be important in the regulation of their contractile ; function, via HB-EGF, which is also implicated in EGFR transactivation and mucin induction 19, 20 ; . SMC from the airways, where BHR ultimately expresses, may be regulated by a similar EGFR pathway 20, 22, 42 ; . Indeed, using the EGFR tyrosine kinase inhibitor AG 1478 20 ; , we inhibited BHR after challenge with MCP-1 and rmIL-13 not shown ; . Accordingly, under conditions to be defined, activation of SMC and of epithelial cells either occurs concurrently, allowing for BHR and mucus production, or may occur as an independent event, as we suggested 3 ; . The complexity of the interactions and pathways, as well as of the genetic features 12, 13, 14 ; , may explain why drugs directed against LT alone are insufficient to suppress BHR, inflammation and mucus, and why glucocorticosteroids, which act on numerous genes via transcription and auranofin.
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1. Fryauff, DJ, Baird, JK, Basri, H, Sumawinata, I, et al. Randomised placebo-controlled trial of primaquine phosphate for prophylaxis of falciparum and vivax malaria. Lancet 1995; 346: 11903. Weiss WR, Oloo AJ, Johnson A, Koech D, Hoffman SL. Daily primaquine for prophylaxis against falciparum malaria in Kenya: comparison with mefloquine, doxycycline, and chloroquine plus proguanil. J Infect Dis 1995; 171: 156975. Soto J, Toledo J, Rodriguez M, et al. Primaquine prophylaxis against malaria in non-immune Colombian soldiers: efficacy and toxicity: a randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled trial. Ann Intern Med 1998; 129: 2414. Baird JK, Lacy MD, Barcus MJ, et al. Randomized, parallel placebocontrolled trial of primaquine for malaria prophylaxis in Papua, Indonesia. Clin Infect Dis 2001; 33: 19907. Fryauff DJ, Baird JK, Purnomo, et al. Malaria in a nonimmune population after extended chloroquine or primaquine prophylaxis. J Trop Med Hyg 1997; 56: 13740. Shanks GD, Kremsner PG, Sukwa TY, et al. Atovaquone and proguanil hydrochloride for prophylaxis of malaria. J Travel Med 1999; 6 Suppl 1 ; : S217. 7. Berman JD, Nielsen R, Chulay JD, et al. Causal prophylactic efficacy of atovaquone-proguanil Malarone ; in a human challenge model. Trans R Soc Trop Med Hyg 2001; 95: 42932. Ling JD, Baird JK, Fryauff DJ, et al. Randomized, placebo-controlled trial of atovaquone proguanil for the prevention of Plasmodium falciparum or Plasmodium vivax malaria among migrants to Papua, Indonesia. Clin Infect Dis 2002; 35: 82533. Looareesuwan S, Willairatana P, Glanarongran R, et al. Atovaquone and proguanil hydrochloride followed by primaquine for treatment of Plasmodium vivax malaria in Thailand. Trans R Soc Trop Med Hyg 1999; 93: 63740. Kyle D, Webster K. Gametocytocidal and sporontocidal activity against Plasmodium falciparum. J Trop Med Hyg 1997; 57 Suppl ; : 383. 11. Brueckner, RP, Coster, T, Wesche, DL, et al. Prophylaxis of Plasmodium falciparum infection in a human challenge model with WR 238605, a new 8-aminoquinoline antimalarial. Antimicrob Agents Chemother 1998; 42: 12934. Cooper RD, Milhous WK, Reickmann KH. The efficacy of WR238605 against the blood stages of a chloroquine resistant strain of Plasmodium vivax. Trans R Soc Trop Med Hyg 1994; 88: 6912. Peters W. The evolution of tafenoquine--antimalarial for a new millennium? J R Soc Med 1999; 92: 34552. Brueckner RP, Lasseter KC, Lin ET, Schuster BG. First-time-in-humans safety and pharmacokinetics of WR 238605, a new antimalarial. J Trop Med Hyg 1998; 58: 6459. Arnold J, Alving AS, Hockwald RS, et al. The effects of continuous and intermittent primaquine therapy on the relapse rate of Chesson strain vivax malaria. J Lab Clin Med 1955; 44: 42937. Beerahee M. Clinical pharmacology of atovaquone and proguanil hydrochloride. J Travel Med 1999; 6 Suppl 1 ; : S137. 17. Grewal RS. Pharmacology of 8-aminoquinolines. Bull World Health Organ 1981; 59: 397406. Shanks GD, Kain KC, Keystone JS. Malaria chemoprophylaxis in the age of drug resistance. II. Drugs that may be available in the future. Clin Infect Dis 2001; 33: 3815. Phillips-Howard PA, Wood D. The safety of antimalarial drugs in pregnancy. Drug Saf 1996; 14: 13145. Lell B, Faucher JF, Missinou MA, et al. Malaria chemoprophylaxis with tafenoquine: a randomized study. Lancet 2000; 355: 20415. Shanks GD, Oloo AJ, Aleman GM, et al. A new primaquine analogue, tafenoquine WR 238605 ; , for prophylaxis against Plasmodium falciparum malaria. Clin Infect Dis 2001; 33: 197580. Owusu-Agyei S, Koram KA, Baird JK, et al. Incidence of symptomatic and asymptomatic Plasmodium falciparum infection following curative.
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Histamine Potentiation of Nerve- and Drug-Induced Responses of a Rabbit Cerebral Artery -- Bevan JA Department of Pharmacology and the Brain Research Institute, Center for Health Sciences, School of Medicine, UCLA, Los Angeles, California 90024 ; , Duckies SP, Lee TJ-F -- Circulation Research 36: 647-653 May ; 1975 * Rabbit basilar artery rings are normally relatively unresponsive to transmural stimulation of their sympathetic nerve supply. However, in the presence of histamine 0.55 MM ; , contractile responses to nerve stimulation were markedly increased. Norepinephrine and serotonin concentrations that produce 50% of a maximum contractile response ED50 ; were considerably decreased in the presence of histamine; maximum responses to both norepinephrine and serotonin were increased. Although a prejunctional effect of histamine has not been eliminated, potentiation of responses to transmural nerve stimulation is probably due to an increase in smooth muscle responsiveness to norepinephrine. In rabbit saphenous artery rings, histamine produced a qualitatively similar potentiation of responses to nerve stimulation, norepinephrine, and serotonin except that maximum responses were not increased. Serotonin 0.084 MM ; did not potentiate contractile responses of the basilar artery to transmural nerve stimulation or norepinephrine. Since histamine and serotonin are released from rabbit platelets in response to tissue injury, the synergistic effect of these agents on vascular smooth muscle contraction might be advantageous in minimizing hemorrhage. But such a response could also be deleterious if the effects of these vasoconstrictors were prolonged and atovaquone.
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