D. M. Schölly

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A culture method was developed that permits patterning of the growth of ventricular myocytes of neonatal rats. Regions were created on the culture substrate that either prevented (photoresist coat) or supported (glass surface) attachment of cells. In this way the geometry of interconnecting growth channels could be specified. Single-layered myocyte strands(More)
explain this rapidly reversible pulmonary edema [1, 2]. In this case, hemodynamic data with WP values in the "upper normal", despite normal left cardiac function at echography and rapid clinical improvement in parallel with increased diuresis and a decrease in pulmonary wedge pressure (WP), suggest volume overload. The drop in hemoglobin without evidence of(More)
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