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RATIONALE Ca(V)1.2 channels are essential for excitation-contraction coupling in the cardiovascular system, and alternative splicing optimizes its role. Galectin-1 (Gal-1) has been reported to regulate vascular smooth muscle cell (VSMC) function and play a role in pulmonary hypertension. We have identified Gal-1 multiple times in yeast 2-hybrid assays using… (More)
High-performance liquid chromatographic methods are developed for the determination of active ingredients in several cough/cold preparations. A novel adamantyl phase is used in combination with either totally aqueous or high aqueous hydroorganic mobile phases.
Nonlinear feedback interactions have been shown to amplify contrast due to small differences in resonance frequency arising from microscopic susceptibility variations. Determining whether the selectivity of feedback-based contrast enhancement for small resonance frequency variations remains valid even in the presence of macroscopic field inhomogeneity is… (More)
A scalable method for fabricating architected materials well-suited for heat and mass exchange is presented. These materials exhibit unprecedented combinations of small hydraulic diameters (13.0-0.09 mm) and large hydraulic-diameter-to-thickness ratios (5.0-30,100). This process expands the range of material architectures achievable starting from… (More)
A review that surveys recent work on the use of secondary mobile phase modifiers in the chromatographic analysis of pharmaceuticals is presented. The most commonly used reagents are alkylammonium salts, alkylsulfonates, alkylsulfates, and alkylamines.
The current investigation is an extension of previous liquid chromatography studies involving conformational changes of n-alkyl-bonded phases under totally aqueous mobile phase conditions. Relative changes in retention, Deltak'(r), before and after reordering/resolvation of an octyl phase have been studied with various linear, branched, cyclic and aromatic… (More)