Molecular Configuration in Sodium Thymonucleate
Aortic Pulse-Wave Velocity and Its Relationship to Mortality in Diabetes and Glucose Intolerance: An Integrated Index of Vascular Function?
- K. Cruickshank, L. Riste, S. Anderson, John S. Wright, G. Dunn, R. Gosling
- 15 October 2002
Aortic PWV is a powerful independent predictor of mortality in both type 2 diabetes and glucose-tolerance–tested population samples and may represent a useful integrated index of vascular status and hence cardiovascular risk.
Photoplethysmographic assessment of pulse wave reflection: blunted response to endothelium-dependent beta2-adrenergic vasodilation in type II diabetes mellitus.
Arterial assessment by Doppler-shift ultrasound.
The Quantitative Analysis of Occlusive Peripheral Arterial Disease By a Non-Intrusive Ultrasonic Technique
Investigation of the vascular system using ultrasonic Doppler-shift techniques is rapidly attracting clinical attention and it is known that partial obstruction of the arterial pathway and the presence of collateral vessels produces damping of the pulse.
The structure of sodium thymonucleate fibres. I. The influence of water content
A qualitative survey by Franklin & Gosling of the types of X-ray diagram given by highly orientated specimens of NaDNA at different humidities is reported. The structural changes which occur in NaDNA…
Evidence for 2-Chain Helix in Crystalline Structure of Sodium Deoxyribonucleate
Non-invasive assessment of cardiovascular disease in diabetes mellitus
Physical Studies of Nucleic Acid: Nucleic Acid: an Extensible Molecule?
Non-surgical Assessment of Cardiac Function
CARDIAC catheterization to evaluate myocardial or valvular function should not be used in the seriously ill patient and is difficult in the infant1. Furthermore, its use is justified for neither…