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Nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy.
- L. Jelinski
- Physics, ChemistryAnalytical chemistry
- 15 June 1990
Fundamental Principles. L.W. Jelinsky, Experimental Methods. The Chemical Shift. Coupling of Nuclear Spins. Nuclear Relaxation and Chemical Rate Processes. P.A. Mirau and F.A. Bovey, Two-Dimensional…
Industrial ecology: concepts and approaches.
- L. Jelinski, T. Graedel, R. Laudise, D. W. Mccall, C. K. Patel
- EconomicsProceedings of the National Academy of Sciences…
- 1 February 1992
This paper sets the stage for the contributions that follow and discusses how each fits into the framework of industrial ecology.
Fiber Morphology of Spider Silk: The Effects of Tensile Deformation
The fiber morphology of the dragline silk of Nephila clavipes has been investigated by the detailed analysis of wide-angle X-ray diffraction (WAXD) patterns. WAXD gives the crystal lattice…
13C NMR of Nephila clavipes major ampullate silk gland.
Self-diffusion monitors degraded cartilage.
- Y. Xia, T. Farquhar, N. Burton-Wurster, M. Vernier-Singer, G. Lust, L. Jelinski
- Biology, EngineeringArchives of biochemistry and biophysics
- 10 November 1995
Results show that D, measured in a spatially resolved manner by pulsed field gradient nuclear magnetic resonance imaging, can localize regions of cartilage degradation.
Artificial Spinning of Spider Silk
Regenerated Spider Silk: Processing, Properties, and Structure
Spider dragline silk is Nature's high-performance protein fiber. This biomaterial has attracted much interest from scientists in various disciplines since it has become feasible to produce spider…
Swelling and fibronectin accumulation in articular cartilage explants after cyclical impact
It is suggested that the physical strength of normal cartilage limits its ability to withstand cyclical impact, and ion‐induced swelling in 0.01 M NaCl and self‐diffusion of water in the deeper zones of the explant were increased, consistent with changes in structure at the molecular level.
Diffusion and relaxation mapping of cartilage‐bone plugs and excised disks using microscopic magnetic resonance imaging
- Y. Xia, T. Farquhar, N. Burton-Wurster, E. Ray, L. Jelinski
- Biology, PhysicsMagnetic resonance in medicine
- 1 March 1994
The results suggest that excised disks of cartilage are excellent models for the articular surface and the first 500 or so microns of tissue.