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Prospects for universal geothermal energy from heat mining
The extraction of heat or thermal energy from the Earth—heat mining—has the potential to play a major role as an energy supply technology for the 21st century. However, even if reservoir productivityExpand
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Effects of grayanotoxin I on cardiac Na + K + -adenosine triphosphatase activity, transmembrane potential and myocardial contractile force.
The relationship between altered transmembrane sodium movements and myocardial contractility was studied by opposing the action of the sodium pump with grayanotoxin I (GTX), an agent previously shownExpand
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Effects of ryanodine on a myocardial membrane vesicular fraction.
  • M. Frank, W. Sleator
  • Chemistry, Medicine
  • Research communications in chemical pathology and…
  • 1 May 1975
The effects of ryanodine on calcium transport were examined on a microsomal fraction isolated from guinea pig atrial muscle by sucrose density ultracentrifugation. The Ca+2 binding capacity of theExpand
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Current trends in group therapy with children.
  • M. Frank, J. Zilbach
  • Psychology, Medicine
  • International journal of group psychotherapy
  • 1 October 1968
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Effects of 2,4,6-triaminopyrimidine on the electromechanical properties of guinea-pig myocardium.
  • M. Frank, L. Flom
  • Chemistry, Medicine
  • The Journal of pharmacology and experimental…
  • 1978
The effects of 2,4,6-triaminopyrimidine (TAP) were studied in vitro on transmembrane potential and contractility in guinea-pig myocardium. In electrically driven Langendorff-perfused hearts, theExpand
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The effects of grayanotoxin I and alpha-dihydrograyanotoxin II on guinea-pig myocardium.
We have demonstrated recently that grayanotoxin I (GTX I) produces a positive inotropic effect in isolated guinea-pig atria. In order to determine whether this effect of GTX I is related to theExpand
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Effects of ryanodine on the contractile force of potassium-depolarized hearts.
The relationship between cellular calcium movements and contractility was indirectly assessed in Langendorff-preparations of guinea pig hearts perfused with either Krebs-Henseleit solution or aExpand
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The use of the self in group psychotherapy
ConclusionThis article began with an attempt to sketch the ingredients of the self of the therapist as an orchestration of psyche, affect, knowledge, training, and experience. The first groupExpand
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