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The action of dopamine and other monoamine neurotransmitters at synapses is terminated predominantly by high-affinity reuptake into presynaptic terminals by specific sodium-dependent neurotransmitter transport proteins. A complementary DNA encoding a rat dopamine transporter has been isolated that exhibits high sequence similarity with the previously cloned… (More)

- Joel Kilty
- 2009

We study the L p Dirichlet problem for the Stokes system on Lipschitz domains. For any fixed p > 2, we show that a reverse Hölder condition with exponent p is sufficient for the solvability of the Dirichlet problem with boundary data in L p N (∂Ω, R d). Then we obtain a much simpler condition which implies the reverse Hölder condition. Finally, we establish… (More)

- Joel Kilty, Zhongwei Shen
- 2009

We show that a bilinear estimate for biharmonic functions in a Lipschitz domain Ω is equivalent to the solvability of the Dirichlet problem for the biharmonic equation in Ω. As a result, we prove that for any given bounded Lipschitz domain Ω in R d and 1 < q < ∞, the solvability of the L q Dirichlet problem for ∆ 2 u = 0 in Ω with boundary data in WA 1,q… (More)

- Joel Kilty, Zhongwei Shen
- 2009

This paper contains two results on the L p regularity problem on Lipschitz domains. For second order elliptic systems and 1 < p < ∞, we prove that the solvability of the L p regularity problem is equivalent to that of the L p ′ Dirichlet problem. For higher order elliptic equations and systems, we show that if p > 2, the solvability of the L p regularity… (More)

Surgically constructed compound eyes have been widely used to examine the development of retinotectal projections in amphibians. Such studies have been limited, however, by the lack of an adequate cellular marker with which to assess the contributions of grafted and host tissues to the later larval and adult retina. We have followed the growth of graft- and… (More)

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