DeWayne Morris

Learn More
1. The development of functional motor innervation was studied in the hind limb of chick embryos from Stages 25 to 43 by observing contraction of individual muscles and by recording the resultant tension when individual spinal nerves were electrically stimulated. 2. At later developmental stages (35-43) a given muscle always received functional innervation(More)
Our recent experimental work demonstrated that a neutrophil-dependent inflammatory response in the lung prevented the normal up-regulation of alveolar fluid clearance by catecholamines following hemorrhagic shock. In this study, we tested the hypothesis that the release of NO within the airspaces of the lung was responsible for the shock-mediated failure of(More)
1. The development of functional motor innervation in supernumerary chick hindlimbs transplated to host embryos at stages 16--18, was studied throughout the embryonic period from stage 27 when peripheral synapses were first formed. 2. The innervation pattern, defined as the number and sequential order of spinal nerves innervating individual muscles, were(More)
  • IABPA Officers, Todd A. Thorne, Carolyn Gannett, Leah Innocci, Rex T. Sparks, Anthony Mangione +9 others
  • 2012
As this year comes to its end, so too does my service as your President. It has been a privilege to serve in this capacity. I have appreciated all the emails, phone calls and conversations over the past years. A personal note of thanks to the Board for dedicating so much time and energy to the continued progression of the IABPA. Stuart James, DeWayne Morris(More)
Separation of LAK precursor (LAKp) cells (as defined by LAK effector generation after incubation with IL-2 for 7 d) from cells with NK activity/LGL morphology was achieved on Percoll gradients using a longer, slower centrifugation than that used for optimal NK enrichment. mAb were generated using the various Percoll fractions as the immunizing cells and(More)
  • 1