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Nuclear magnetic resonance measurement of skeletal muscle: anisotrophy of the diffusion coefficient of the intracellular water.
The anisotropy of the spin-diffusion coefficient Ds of water protons in skeletal muscle has been studied by pulsed NMR methods. The mid-portion of the tibialis anterior muscle of mature male rats wasExpand
Diffusive properties of water in Artemia cysts as determined from quasi-elastic neutron scattering spectra.
Results have been obtained on the quasi-elastic spectra of neutrons scattered from pure water, a 20% agarose gel (hydration four grams H2O per gram of dry solid) and cysts of the brine shrimp ArtemiaExpand
Gravitationally Induced Electric Fields in Conductors
An estimate for the gravitationally induced electric field is presented that is based on a statistical model for the electrons in a metal in which their long-range electrostatic interaction with aExpand
Spin Echo Studies on Cellular Water
HIGH resolution nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) studies on rat skeletal muscle have recently shown that cellular water produces an absorption line almost ten times as broad as the line width of pureExpand
IMPLICATIONS OF DIFFUSION COEFFICIENT MEASUREMENTS FOR THE STRUCTURE OF CELLULAR WATER *
In the conventional theories of biology, two major assumptions are usually granted implicitly, that is, that protoplasm is a dilute solution of salts and macromolecules, and that the membrane is theExpand
The self-diffusion of water in Artemia cysts.
Abstract The self-diffusion coefficient of water molecules has been measured by nuclear magnetic resonance in cysts of Artemia over a wide range of hydration. Compared to the value for bulk water,Expand
Diffusion of water in tissues and MRI
The purpose of this paper is to present an overview of the diffusive behavior of water in biological tissues. The analysis shows that obstructive barriers would have to occupy very large volumeExpand
THE DIFFUSION OF WATER IN STRIATED MUSCLE *
The structure of water in biological systems has been a subject of intensive study during recent years. The conventional view maintains that the structure of the water is relatively unchanged by theExpand
Nuclear relaxation in solids by diffusion to paramagnetic impurities
Abstract This paper is an extension of the work of Khutsishvili on the relaxation of dipolar nuclei in insulating crystals due to their interaction with paramagnetic impurities. The influence of theExpand
Diffusion of water in biological tissues.
A method is presented for obtaining simple approximate solutions for the problem of self-diffusion in an ordered array of obstacles. Our results are compared with some previous exact and approximateExpand
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