Dr. J. G. Sharp

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Measurements of intestinal cell production at several sites throughout the gastrointestinal tract were compared using two different methods, namely tritiated thymidine to determine the uptake of tritium per unit weight of tissue (dpm/mg) and per microdissected intestinal crypt or stomach gland (dpm/crypt or gland) and the metaphase arrest technique, in the(More)
A thin layer of palladium has been used to inhibit corrosion in thin film systems employing chromium as an adhesive layer. The low hydrogen over potential of palladium maintains the chromium at a sufficiently high potential to promote passivation and prevent corrosion. Potentiometric measurements and accelerated life-test results are presented.
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