Jan Overney

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The secretory transport of tetraethylammonium (TEA) was investigated in perfused and nonperfused isolated S1, S2, and S3 segments of proximal tubules from rabbit kidneys. In the perfused tubules the transepithelial net secretory flux and in nonperfused tubules the TEA cellular uptake were saturable (Km = 67 microM, Vmax = 2,480 fmol X min-1 X mm-1 in(More)
Despite the establishment of design principles to optimize codon choice for heterologous expression vector design, the relationship between codon sequence and final protein yield remains poorly understood. In this work, we present a computational framework for the identification of a set of mutant codon sequences for optimized heterologous protein(More)
Interstitial flow is an important biophysical cue that can affect capillary morphogenesis, tumor cell migration, and fibroblast remodeling of the extracellular matrix, among others. Current models that incorporate interstitial flow and that are suitable for live imaging lack the ability to perform multiple simultaneous experiments, for example, to compare(More)
We perform large-eddy simulations of neutral atmospheric boundary-layer flow over a cluster of buildings surrounded by relatively flat terrain. The first investigated question is the effect of the level of building detail that can be included in the numerical model, a topic not yet addressed by any previous study. The simplest representation is found to(More)
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