M. Schuettler

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BACKGROUND Surfactant dysfunction due to inhibition is involved in the pathophysiology of meconium aspiration syndrome. Dextran addition has been shown to reverse exogenous surfactant inactivation by meconium, but the precise mechanisms and the morphological correlate of this effect are yet unknown. Morphological surfactant analysis by transmission electron(More)
We stimulated frog peripheral nerves in vitro under three different stimulation paradigms that allow diameter-selective activation or blocking of nerve fibres. The electrically evoked potentials were analysed applying the method of velocity selective recording with a multiple-electrode cuff, which provides neural activity histograms over a range of(More)
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