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Comparison of three rheological models of shear flow behavior studied on blood samples from post-infarction patients
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Quantitative analysis of blood viscosity was performed on the basis of mathematical models of non-Newtonian fluid shear flow behavior (Casson, Ree-Eyring and Quemada). Expand
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Effect of Low Frequency Magnetic Field (LFMF) on the Germination of Seeds and Selected Useful Characters of Onion ( Allium cepa L.)
Magnetic fields (MF) have been reported widely as pre-sowing seeds treatment to increase their vigour, seedling growth and the plants’ yield. Although, it has been shown that MF could affect seedExpand
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Amino acid composition in determination of collagen origin and assessment of physical factors effects.
The amino acid composition of collagen is a characteristic feature of this protein. Collagen, irrespective of its origin, contains 19 amino acids, including hydroxyproline which does not occur inExpand
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Differential scanning calorimetry and temperature dependence of electric conductivity in studies on denaturation process of bone collagen
Abstract Temperature induced structural transformation of bone collagen has been studied by electric conductivity measurements and differential scanning calorimetry. The process of collagenExpand
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Effect of water content on electrical conductivity of fish skin collagen
Abstract The increased interest in fish skin collagen results from the risk of BSE disease and the production of native collagen by the acidic hydration method. As a material, FSC derived by theExpand
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Effect of Low Frequency Magnetic Field on Germination of Onion (Allium cepa L.) Seeds
Commercial seed lots of onion (Allium cepa L.) of the cultivars Octavia and Eureka were soaked for 12 h in water of the temperature 20 ◦C, then they were exposed to low frequency magnetic eld (20 mT)Expand
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Dynamic Mechanical Properties of J-Sterilized Animal Compact Bone
Even though DMA is the method accepted in studies on mechanical properties of bone, there is no available data on dynamic mechanical properties of bone sterilized by J-radiation. Therefore, theExpand
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Comparison of thermal properties of fish collagen and bovine collagen in the temperature range 298-670K.
The increased interest in fish collagen is a consequence of the risk of exposure to Creutzfeld-Jacob disease (CJD) and the bovine spongiform encephalopathy (BSE), whose occurrence is associated withExpand
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FT NIR Raman studies on γ-irradiated bone
Abstract Exciting with the Nd:YAG laser line at 1064 nm allows to receive high-quality, fluorescence-free Raman spectra of biomaterials. The paper presents investigations of Raman scattering from theExpand
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Dielectric studies of proton transport in air-dried fully calcified and decalcified bone.
Measurements of dielectric properties of calcified and decalcified bone were made in the electric field frequency range of 10(1)-10(5) Hz and at temperatures from 22 to 250 degrees C. The temperatureExpand
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