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This is a small extention for OpenOffice.org. The user is capable of quickly changing the character size of a whole document, introducing the cursor into the text (si la forme c'est la page?) and selecting some characters of the text.Here is an overview of the features of the new extension.You can find out more about the extension by clicking on the links below.Features:* Saving the selected page(s) to a new file, copying the selected text, or deleting the selected page(s)* Save the changed document to a new document or leave it unchanged* Display the selection in a box (although it is not required for this to work)* Your Fonts can be easily selected and changed* It is possible to change the character size of the entire document or the entire page(s)* Selecting the cursor into the text allows you to change the character size of selected text* The “Skip if set” option is very useful to skip any changes if you don't want the document changed* Selection of a language and page.Options:* The program supports most of the languages you can configure your Fonts in OpenOffice.org* Other functions are given in the Help fileRestoration of prolactin and progesterone secretion in galactosaemic lactating rats treated with betamethasone phosphate.Three groups of 10 galactosaemic and 8 control lactating rats were used to investigate the role of PRL in the restoration of progesterone secretion. The lactating mothers, lactating for seven days postpartum (p.p.), were dosed with 50 micrograms betamethasone phosphate (BP) or vehicle one day before and one day after parturition. At the end of lactation all mothers were killed and blood taken. On the day of parturition, BP-treated lactating rats showed a significant increase in mean +/- SEM plasma levels of progesterone and prolactin (12.4 +/- 0.6 and 27.5 +/- 5.4 ng/ml, respectively) compared with untreated lactating rats (7.2 +/- 0.8 and 15.1 +/- 4.0 ng/ml, respectively). At the end of lactation, this group showed a significantly higher (p less than 0.02) plasma concentration of prolactin (143 +/- 30 ng/ml) than rats that had received BP at 08929e5ed8

 

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