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  • D Humphriss
  • 1982
An experiment was designed that demonstrates that in a state of normal binocular vision a low plus sphere fogging the vision to 6/12 (20/40) produces an inhibition of the central foveal cones in the fogged eye. This inhibition is a natural process that can be switched on and off rapidly so that the fovea receiving the clearer image can examine it and hence(More)
Insulin resistance in non-insulin-dependent diabetes mellitus (NIDDM) could be related to changes in cell membrane properties. We measured insulin sensitivity and mononuclear leucocyte membrane fluidity by fluorescence polarisation in fifteen NIDDM patients and twenty-one normal subjects. Core-region anisotropy was significantly lower in leucocytes from(More)
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