Ellen Astrid Holm

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  • S Chen, C Foias, D D Holm, E Olson, E S Titi, S Wynne +6 others
  • 1999
In this paper we will survey our results on the Camassa–Holm equations and their relation to turbulence as discussed in S. The Camassa–Holm equations as a closure model for turbulent channel and pipe flow, Phys. connection between the Camassa–Holm equations and turbulent flows in channels and pipes, Phys. Fluids, in press. In particular we will provide a(More)
To investigate neurophysiological effects of D,L-kavain, two studies were conducted on unrestrained cats with chronically implanted electrodes. In group A animals (n = 26) we recorded the blood pressure, the EEG of cortical and subcortical areas, the electromyogram, EEG arousal reactions, and subcortical evoked potentials elicited by central stimulation.(More)
A study was performed to elucidate how different impulse frequencies and impulse patterns in cutaneous nociceptive fibres influence the subjective magnitude of pain. Groups of nociceptive A delta and C fibres were co-activated by electrical intraneural stimulation at constant intensity in cutaneous fascicles of the peroneal nerve in healthy human subjects.(More)
Because redox-regulated signalling pathways are often modulated by the thiol/disulfide redox state (REDST), changes in plasma REDST may possibly account for pathological processes. We, therefore, investigated the mechanisms that account for changes in the plasma REDST as derived in first approximation from the cystine and acid soluble thiol (mainly(More)
The combination of abnormally low plasma cystine and glutamine levels, low natural killer (NK) cell activity, skeletal muscle wasting or muscle fatigue, and increased rates of urea production defines a complex of abnormalities that is tentatively called "low CG syndrome." These symptoms are found in patients with HIV infection, cancer, major injuries,(More)
Abnormally low intramuscular glutamate and glutathione (GSH) levels and/or a decreased muscular uptake of glutamate by the skeletal muscle tissue have previously been found in malignant diseases and simian immunodeficiency virus (SIV) infection and may contribute to the development of cachexia. We tested the hypothesis that an impaired mitochondrial energy(More)
  • S W Fowler, P Buat-Menard, Y Yokoyama, S Ballestra, E Holm, H V Nguyen
  • 1987
The sinking of particulate organic matter from the euphotic zone is an important pathway for the vertical transport of many elements and organic compounds in the sea. Many natural and artificial radionuclides in surface waters are readily adsorbed onto suspended particles and are presumably scavenged and removed to depth on time scales commensurate with(More)
BACKGROUND Methods based on spot urine samples (a single sample at one time-point) have been identified as a possible alternative approach to 24-hour urine samples for determining mean population salt intake. OBJECTIVE The aim of this study is to identify a reliable method for estimating mean population salt intake from spot urine samples. This will be(More)
OBJECTIVE To examine the association between classes of antidepressants and hyponatremia, and between specific antidepressants and hyponatremia. DESIGN Retrospective register-based cohort study using nationwide registers from 1998 to 2012. SETTING The North Denmark Region. PARTICIPANTS In total, 638 352 individuals were included. PRIMARY AND(More)
BACKGROUND Data from observational studies have raised concerns about the safety of treatment with antipsychotic agents (APs) in elderly patients with dementia, but this area has been insufficiently investigated. We performed a head-to-head comparison of the risk of major adverse cardiovascular events and noncardiovascular mortality associated with(More)