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Arterial smooth muscle cells from rabbit aortic media were grown in first subcultures on hydrophilized and collagen-coated silicone membranes which were then subjected to directional cyclic stretches… (More)
The rabbit has been often used as an experimental animal in atherosclerosis research . Early, in 1908, Ignatowski  studied the “influence of animal food on the organism of rabbits” and found… (More)
Growth characteristics of human plaque cells selectively extracted from advanced primary stenosing and fresh restenosing lesions by percutaneous transluminal atherectomy were studied in vitro. Cells… (More)
The actions of two natural heparins and a semi synthetic low molecular weight heparin with low anticoagulant activity have been studied on the migration and proliferation of human vascular… (More)
In the present communication we report the effect of controlled hypoxia, of severe hypercapnia and its recovery upon the metabolic state and the electrical activity of the cerebral cortex in cats. We… (More)
By means of microsurgical instruments small pial arteries and arterioles were exposed. The extravascular space of these vessels was perfused with mock CSF. For perfusion we used micro-pipettes.
An inert gas spreads in any medium according to the same law as heat. It is possible to find for each term of diffusion a corresponding term to heat conduction (Table 1).
In rabbits electrodes were implanted on either side of a carotid artery wall in a way such that transmural electrical stimulation could be performed on the unrestrained animal. Daily repetition of… (More)
An up-to-date review of research conducted into causes and prevention of lamellar tearing is given, referring to the initiation and propagation mechanisms involved and crack detection methods used.… (More)