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This paper presents a study about the design and evaluation of auditory feedback for a mobile outdoor training assistant. The requirement analysis and evaluation has been conducted with sportsmen from different disciplines. This led to a new auditory and interaction design of the mobile client. In this paper we report the findings of the auditory component(More)
The pore-forming activity of tetanus toxin, its chains and fragments was studied on membrane patches from spinal cord neurons of fetal mice using the outside-out patch-clamp configuration. 1. The dichain tetanus toxin forms pores at pH 5, but not at pH 7.4. The elementary pore conductance is 38.4 +/- 1.1 pS and nonselective for small cations. The open(More)
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