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The structure and function of the slowly adapting type II mechanoreceptor in hairy skin.
- M. Chambers, K. H. Andres, M. von Düring, A. Iggo
- Materials Science, Medicine
- Quarterly journal of experimental physiology and…
- 10 October 1972
The slowly adapting type II mechanoreceptor in hairy skin of the cat was studied in detail using histological and neurophysiological methods. The end organ (Ruffini ending) was lightly encapsulated,… Expand
Slowly-adapting cutaneous mechanoreceptors.
Akt and STAT5 mediate naïve human CD4+ T-cell early metabolic response to TCR stimulation
Metabolic pathways that regulate T-cell function show promise as therapeutic targets in diverse diseases. Here, we show that at rest cultured human effector memory and central memory CD4+ T-cells… Expand
Limnological Studies on Tjeukemeer - a typical Dutch "polder reservoir"
Slowly adapting cutaneous receptors.
Single unit dissection and identification of afferent nerve fibres.
Nickel-Catalyzed Conversion of Phenol Triflates into Aromatic Nitriles and Acids.
Reactions of mono-olefins in the presence of alkali metals. The effect of lithium and Group 2A metals
Co-dimerisation of ethylene with propene and pentenes has been studied with a variety of alkali metal catalysts comprising dispersions of lithium hydride, and sodium and potassium metals on… Expand
The structure of tribenzyloxyaluminium and some related alkoxides
Infrared spectroscopic evidence for the degree of association of tribenzyloxyaluminium and related compounds is reported. Molecular weights of tribenzyloxyaluminium have been determined… Expand
The thermal decomposition of tribenzyloxyaluminium and related compounds
This reaction has been studied with and without solvent and etherification is shown to be the first step; consideration of substituent effects, solvent effects, and the contrasting photolytic… Expand