Michelle M. Moody

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Cognitive and/or sensorimotor stimulations of the brain induce increases in cerebral blood flow that are usually associated with increased metabolic demand. We tested the hypothesis that changes in arterial blood pressure (ABP) and arterial Pco(2) also take place during brain activation protocols designed to induce hemispheric lateralization, leading to a(More)
The passive relationship between arterial blood pressure (ABP) and cerebral blood flow velocity (CBFV) has been expressed by a single parameter [cerebrovascular resistance (CVR)] or, alternatively, by a two-parameter model, comprising a resistance element [resistance-area product (RAP)] and a critical closing pressure (CrCP). We tested the hypothesis that(More)
Dynamic cerebral autoregulation (CA) describes the transient response of cerebral blood flow (CBF) to rapid changes in arterial blood pressure (ABP). We tested the hypothesis that the efficiency of dynamic CA is increased by brain activation paradigms designed to induce hemispheric lateralization. CBF velocity [CBFV; bilateral, middle cerebral artery(More)
MOTIVATION Bioinformatics clustering tools are useful at all levels of proteomic data analysis. Proteomics studies can provide a wealth of information and rapidly generate large quantities of data from the analysis of biological specimens. The high dimensionality of data generated from these studies requires the development of improved bioinformatics tools(More)
  • Chris Eliopoulos, Keith Ibarguen, +7 authors Marion Bates
  • 2007
This document is presented as part of the I3P Consortium's work under the Process Control System (PCS) Security project, and deals with Cross-Domain Information Sharing (CDIS) for the Oil & Gas industry. Named as one of the nation's critical infrastructures by presidential directive, the Oil & Gas community includes Owners of assets such as refineries,(More)
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