J. Scott Stadler

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The application of the exponential growth equation is the standard method employed in the quantitative analyses of mammalian cell proliferation in culture. This method is based on the implicit assumption that, within a cell population under study, all division events give rise to daughter cells that always divide. When a cell population does not adhere to(More)
For a wide class of useful adclit.ive iioise/interfereiice models in high performance communi-systems/networlis, a primary computation problem is evaluation of an integral of the form I = IE(n) = J, f (n) dn (1) E c S M (M large), f (n) = c,\e-A4(n), and X > 0 usually represents a physically meaningful parameter (such as signal-to-noise ratio (SNR) or(More)
Phenylphosphinic acid was fed in graded concentrations of either 0 (control), 100, 1,000, or 10,000 ppm to rats for 28 days. These concentrations provided average daily doses of 8, 76, and 779 mg/kg (males) and 9, 83, and 859 mg/kg (females). No signs of adverse response were detected at any concentration up to the highest levels tested, 10,000 ppm or 779(More)
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