Carsten Bletz

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The technology of multislice X-ray computed tomography (MSCT) provides volume data sets with approximately isotropic resolution, which permits a noninvasive 3-D measurement and quantification of airway geometry. In different diseases, like emphysema, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD), or cystic fribrosis, changes in lung parenchyma are associated(More)
At neutral pH, fully Ca2+ -activated glycerinated dorsal longitudinal fibre bundles from Lethocerus indicus contract under isometric conditions and respond to release by deactivation, i.e. quick release causes a delayed tension fall. At slightly alkaline pH, the release-induced deactivation becomes a transient phenomenon, i.e. a delayed tension fall is(More)
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