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Kinetics of human aging: I. Rates of senescence between ages 30 and 70 years in healthy people.
  • M. Sehl, F. Yates
  • Medicine
  • The journals of gerontology. Series A, Biological…
  • 1 May 2001
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It is suggested that this set of linear losses over time, observed in healthy individuals between ages 30 to 70 years, exposes the underlying kinetics of human senescence, independent of effects of substantial disease. Expand
DYNAMIC ASYMMETRIES IN THE CORTICOSTEROID FEEDBACK PATH AND DISTRIBUTION METABOLISM‐BINDING ELEMENTS OF THE ADRENOCORTICAL SYSTEM *
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The present work has explored dynamic asymmetries within the adrenocortical system, and has led to the discovery of unidirectional rate-sensitive properties within the corticosteroid negative feedback path of that system. Expand
Brain-adenohypophysial communication in mammals.
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This review concerns interactions between the brain and the pituitary gland and considers how the secretions of ACTH, TSH, growth hormone, prolactin, FSH, and LH are adjusted by the brain. Expand
Order and complexity in dynamical systems: Homeodynamics as a generalized mechanics for biology
  • F. Yates
  • Biology, Mathematics
  • 11 March 1994
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Homeodynamics predicts quasi-periodicity or asymptotic orbital stability as the manifestations of stability of developing and evolving systems, and it attempts to reconcile the conflict between an informational and a dynamical view of complexity. Expand
Good manners in good modeling: mathematical models and computer simulations of physiological systems.
  • F. Yates
  • Computer Science, Medicine
  • The American journal of physiology
  • 1 May 1978
Potentiation by vasopressin of corticotropin release induced by corticotropin-releasing factor.
To determine whether vasopressin affects the sensitivity of the anterior pituitary to corticotropin-releasing factor, vasopressin was administered intravenously in doses subthreshold with respect toExpand
Dimensional analysis of nonlinear oscillations in brain, heart, and muscle
Abstract We present some numerical studies on the dimensional analysis of temporal oscillations observed in human electroencephalograms (EEG), heart rates, and muscle tremors. We show that it isExpand
Patterns of plasma free fatty acid concentrations in fasted, resting dogs.
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The inconstancy of plasma FFA levels and the irregularity of their fluctuations suggests that FFA production rates may be unregulated or only loosely regulated within a wide regulation band during the first few days of starvation. Expand
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