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Quantitative relationship of osteoclasts to parathyroid function
Over the last decade the tempo of research on the parathyroid gland and its relationship to metabolism has increased rapidly. As new advances in our knowledge of calcium and phosphorus metabolism are made, old ideas and ...
Studies on the reproductive physiology and certain aspects of the natural history and anatomy of Dasypus novemcinctus
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Macromolecular permeability of endothelial cells subjected to biochemical and mechanical stimuli
Endothelial cells line all of the vessels of the circulatory system, providing a non-thrombogenic conduit and form the principal barrier to the transport of substances between the blood and the surrounding tissue. The ...
A finite element model of the tensional state of the human and canine diaphragms
The static aspects of the diaphragm under Full Residual Capacity (full lung deflation) were studied. The membrane equations were used to describe the diaphragm. Based on the description, a finite element program was written ...
A mathematical model of the afferent stage of the mammalian baroreceptor reflex
The purpose of this research effort is to develop a mathematical model of the afferent portion mammalian arterial baroreceptor reflex. The entire model is comprised of a small network of Hodgkin-Huxley (HH) type membrane ...