Marc Harlacher

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The intrarenal distribution of renin in the mouse kidney was evaluated in a semiquantitative immunocytochemical study using an antiserum against pure mouse renin and the PAP technique. The bulk of renin positive cells was found in the media of the afferent arteriole. When examining the geometry of renin distribution about 35% of the afferent vessels were(More)
The vision of NASA's Earth Science Enterprise involves the interconnection of future space instruments into a vast network, with each space instrument working individually yet collaboratively to achieve new levels of performance. This future network, which is referred to as the Sensorweb, allows multiple vantage points (e.g., LEO, MEO, and GEO) to provide(More)
BIOGRAPHY Scott Pace is the Chief Technologist for Space Communications in NASA's Office of Space Flight. He is responsible for advising senior NASA management on technical, programmatic, policy, and regulatory issues related to space-based information systems providing functions such as communications, navigation, and remote sensing. He is particularly(More)
  • R. Metz, R. Nobiling, M. Harlacher, L. Rosivall, R. Taugner
  • 1988
The occurrence of vacuoles in cells of contractile tissues and especially in media cells of resistance vessels has been known for quite some time. Recently, it has been widely accepted that these vacuoles, characteristically lined by a double membrane, result from herniation of one vascular smooth muscle cell into the other as a result of vasoconstriction.(More)
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