Robert S. Lees

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Anopheles arabiensis Patton (Diptera: Culicidae) larvae were reared from hatching to the adult stage in the laboratory under a range of diet and larval concentrations using a factorial design. The range circumscribed most of the larval densities and diet concentrations that would allow larval growth and survival using the particular diet formulation and(More)
Arterial diameter estimation from X-ray ciné angiograms is important for quantifying coronary artery disease (CAD) and for evaluating therapy. However, diameter measurement in vessel cross sections < or =1.0 mm is associated with large measurement errors. We present a novel diameter estimator which reduces both magnitude and variability of measurement(More)
Thermal analysis of human plasma low density lipoproteins reveals a broad reversible transition encompassing body temperature. The calorimetric and x-ray scattering data identify this transition as a cooperation, liquid-crystalline to liquid phase change involving the cholesterol esters in the lipoprotein. This behavior requires the presence of a region(More)
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