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Accuracy of Geoid Heights from Modified Stokes Kernels
Summary The dependence of the r.m.s. geoid height error on the degree of the first term in the zonal harmonics expansion of the kernel in Stokes’s integration formula is examined. It is shown thatExpand
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Methods for isolation, cannulation, and in vitro study of single microvessels.
A method is described for the isolation and cannulation of microvessels (12-112 micrometers) that permits study, in vitro, of their physiology and pharmacology. Vessels from the hamster cheek pouch,Expand
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Length-tension relationship of vascular smooth muscle in single arterioles.
Longitudinal response gradients in the microcirculation may in part be explained in terms of the length-tension relationship of vascular smooth muscle at different points along the vascular tree. ToExpand
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Vascular anatomy and hydrostatic pressure profile in the hamster cheek pouch.
The purpose of this study was to describe the vascular architecture and blood supply to the hamster cheek pouch and to measure the intravascular pressure distribution in the entire pouch. PreviousExpand
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Quantitative morphology of arterioles from the hamster cheek pouch related to mechanical analysis.
Abstract The structure of 20 second-order arterioles from the hamster cheek pouch was quantitated after histological fixation at physiological pressures. Dilated and contracted vessels withExpand
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Regulation of water balance between blood and lymph in the frog, Rana pipiens.
To determine the relative importance of the lymphatic system and transcapillary reabsorption in maintaining water distribution between blood and lymph in Rana pipiens, the hematocrit (HCT) wasExpand
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Preparation of rat intestinal muscle and mucosa for quantitative microcirculatory studies.
Abstract This paper describes methods and procedural details for preparing either the rat intestinal muscle or mucosa for observation under the microscope. The tissues are transilluminated through aExpand
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Microvascular pressures in rat intestinal muscle and mucosal villi.
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Wall stress: a determinant of regional differences in response of frog microvessels to norepinephrine.
  • R. Gore
  • Medicine
  • The American journal of physiology
  • 1972
GORE, ROBERT Mr. Wall stress: a determinant of regional di$erences in response of frog microvessels to norepinephrine. Am. J. Physiol. 222(l): 82-91. 1972.-It has been reported that arteriolesExpand
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Immunogenicity of synthetic peptides from circumsporozoite protein of Plasmodium falciparum.
In a study of recombinant proteins that might be useful in developing a vaccine against malaria, synthetic peptides from the circumsporozoite (CS) protein of Plasmodium falciparum were found to beExpand
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