Patricia Baines

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Muscles behave as elastic springs during the initial strain phase, indicated as short range stiffness (SRS). Beyond a certain amount of strain the muscle demonstrates a more viscous behavior. The strain at which the muscle transits from elastic- to viscous-like behavior is called the elastic limit and is believed to be the result of breakage of(More)
The use of wide pore 40/60 mu Sorbsil silicas bonded with a range of biocompatible phases now allows the biochemist to benefit from the advantages that flash chromatography has given to synthetic organic chemists. The technique of bio-flash chromatography allows rapid peptide and protein purification at low pressure (less than 15 psi) and at a fraction of(More)
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