Bo Mendenhall

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At high viable cell concentrations in large-scale mammalian cell culture processes, the accumulation of dissolved carbon dioxide (dCO(2), typically quantified as an equilibrium gas-phase concentration) becomes problematic as a result of low CO(2) removal rates at reduced surface-to-volume ratios. High dCO(2) concentrations have previously been shown to(More)
The effect deafferentation has on the morphology of giant interneurons was studied in the abdominal nervous system of crickets (Acheta domesticus). The morphology of four uniquely identified giant interneurons was exxamined by iontophoresing cobalt chloride into the neurons of interest. A major source of afferents for these interneurons consists of(More)
The physiological and morphological recovery of cricket (Acheta domesticus) abdominal giant interneurons following varying periods of deafferentation and subsequent regeneration was examined. The principal afferent input to two identified interneurons was removed by surgically ablating an abdominal sensory appendage, the cercus. Deafferentation restricts(More)
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