Albert I. Lansing

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T HE coronary arteries of the heart have been the subject of many thorough anatomic and physiologic studies. Numerous variations in the course of these vessels have been described. The coronary arteries usually course above the surface of the myocardium through the epicardial fat. Only at or near their termination do they dip into the muscle itself. In some(More)
The aim of the work was to provide tentative criteria for distinguishing between authentic and contaminating activities of plasma membrane preparations from rat liver. To this end, the specific activities and extractabilities were studied of eight activities found in the membrane preparations and in liver microsomes. Liver microsomes were examined since(More)