Shaiela Kandel

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Magnetic monopoles--particles that behave as isolated north or south magnetic poles--have been the subject of speculation since the first detailed observations of magnetism several hundred years ago. Numerous theoretical investigations and hitherto unsuccessful experimental searches have followed Dirac's 1931 development of a theory of monopoles consistent(More)
The binding of [3H]histamine to H2 receptors in homogenates of rat cerebral cortex is inhibited by 11 H2 agonists in a characteristic and unique manner. At low concentrations of the radioligand (less than 1.5 nM), the inhibitory profiles of individual agonists (A) are distinctly biphasic; specific binding is well described in most cases by the empirical(More)
Twenty-four hour measurements of 50 Hz magnetic fields (MFs) in apartment buildings containing transformer stations have been performed. The apartments were classified into four types, according to their location relative to the transformer room. Temporal correlation coefficients between the MF in various apartments, as well as between MF and transformer(More)
Sites labeled by [3H]histamine in homogenates of rat cerebral cortex reveal a pharmacological specificity typical of H2 receptors. Fourteen H2 antagonists inhibit the specific binding of the radioligand to the same level; Hill coefficients are near or equal to one for five compounds and markedly lower for nine. The binding patterns of individual antagonists(More)
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