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Stress distribution in a post-restored tooth using the three-dimensional finite element method.
- L. Boschian Pest, S. Guidotti, R. Pietrabissa, M. Gagliani
- Journal of oral rehabilitation
- 1 September 2006
Clinicians are opting ever more frequently for restorative materials which have an elastic modulus similar to that of dentin when reconstructing endodontically treated teeth. Metallic posts, which… Expand
Pulmonary Artery Occlusion and Lung Collapse Depletes Rabbit Lung Adenosine Triphosphate
BackgroundAlthough the bronchial circulation has traditionally been thought to provide adequate blood flow for the lung when the pulmonary artery is obstructed, recent studies have demonstrated that… Expand
Heterocycle-Fused Indenyl Silyl Amido Dimethyl Titanium Complexes as Catalysts for High Molecular Weight Syndiotactic Amorphous Polypropylene
Indenyl silyl amido titanium complexes based on indenoindoles, indenopyrrole, and 2-methylindenothiophene have been prepared and tested in propylene polymerization. The indenoindole ligand precursors… Expand
Crystallization Behavior of Propylene−Butene Copolymers: The Trigonal Form of Isotactic Polypropylene and Form I of Isotactic Poly(1-butene)
A structural characterization of samples of isotactic propylene−butene copolymers (iPPBu), synthesized with a metallocene catalyst, is reported. The copolymers crystallize in the entire range of… Expand
Polymorphic Behavior and Mechanical Properties of Isotactic 1-Butene-Ethylene Copolymers from Metallocene Catalysts
A study of the crystallization behavior and mechanical properties of random isotactic butene–ethylene copolymers prepared with a metallocene catalyst is presented. The use of the metallocene… Expand
Bronchial circulation in pulmonary artery occlusion and reperfusion.
- T. F. Kowalski, S. Guidotti, M. Deffebach, P. Kubilis, M. Bishop
- Chemistry, Medicine
- Journal of applied physiology
Obstruction of pulmonary arterial blood flow results in minimal biochemical and/or morphological changes in the involved lung. If the lung is reperfused, a syndrome of leukopenia and lung edema… Expand
Salicylic acid causes a diuresis and natriuresis in normal and common bile-duct-ligated cirrhotic miniature swine.
- E. Zambraski, S. Guidotti, D. Atkinson, J. Diamond
- Chemistry, Medicine
- The Journal of pharmacology and experimental…
- 1 December 1988
In patients with liver disease, or in normal subjects who are sodium-depleted, the administration of either a nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drug or acetylsalicylate (aspirin) has a detrimental… Expand
Multiple myeloma in cosmetologists.
In an hypothesis-generating activity, data in a population-based cancer registry were analyzed according to occupation and industry. The number of cases of multiple myeloma was found to be excessive… Expand
Antibody against neutrophil adhesion improves reperfusion and limits alveolar infiltrate following unilateral pulmonary artery occlusion.
- M. Bishop, T. F. Kowalski, S. Guidotti, J. Harlan
- The Journal of surgical research
- 1 March 1992
Relief of unilateral pulmonary arterial occlusion results in bilateral lung injury and results in only partial restoration of pulmonary blood flow distal to the site of occlusion. We hypothesized… Expand
Complement activation is a secondary rather than a causative factor in rabbit pulmonary artery ischemia/reperfusion injury.
- M. Bishop, P. Giclas, S. Guidotti, M. Su, E. Chi
- The American review of respiratory disease
- 1 February 1991
We have previously demonstrated that reperfusion of a rabbit lung in vivo after 24 h of unilateral pulmonary artery occlusion results in edema, transient leukopenia, and intravascular leukocyte… Expand