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By relating a novel predictive controller to LQ designs stability theorems are deduced, and extensions to Generalized Predictive Control give model following, state-dead-beat and pole-placement control objectives. Abstract-The original GMV self-tuner was later extended to provide a general framework which included feedforward compensation and user-chosen(More)
Neuronal cells from 1-day-old rat brain in primary culture have been utilized in the present study to characterize insulin-binding sites and a possible action of insulin on these cells. Binding of 125I-insulin to neuronal cultures was 90% specific and time-dependent and reached equilibrium in 120 min. Specific binding was reversible with greater than 90% of(More)
The present study was conducted to characterize insulin receptors and to determine the effects of insulin in synaptosomes prepared from adult rat brains. Binding of 125I-insulin to synaptosome insulin receptors was highly specific and time dependent: equilibrium binding was obtained within 60 minutes, and a t1/2 of dissociation of 26 minutes. Cross-linking(More)
Depolarization of neuronal cells in primary culture from the rat brain by potassium ions in the presence of calcium or by veratridine caused a greater than three-fold stimulation of release of immunoreactive insulin. HPLC of the released insulin immunoreactivity from the neuronal cultures comigrated with the two rat insulins. The depolarization-induced(More)
The present study was conducted to characterize insulin receptors and insulin action in rat brain cells. Binding of [125I]insulin to cells obtained by mechanically dissociating rat brains was 86% specific, time-dependent and reached equilibrium within 90 min. The t1/2 of association was 14 min and t1/2 of dissociation was 8 min. Scatchard analysis(More)
Neuronal cells in primary culture have been demonstrated to possess specific insulin receptors (Boyd et al., J. Biol. Chem., 260 (1985) 15880-15884). Incubation of these cultures with insulin causes a dose-dependent inhibition of maprotiline-sensitive [3H]norepinephrine uptake. Maximum inhibition of 95% of maprotiline-sensitive norepinephrine uptake was(More)