Learn More
Lumiflavin was prepared by photolysis of an alkaline aqueous solution of riboflavin (Knowles and Roe, 1968). As a solvent we used triply distilled water, as buffers (0,2 M) (Schwabe, 1958): pH 1-3'7 sodium acetate, hydrochloric acid pH 3·7-5·6 sodium acetate, acetic acid pH 6-12 potassium dihydrogen phosphate, sodium hydroxide pH 13 potassium chloride,(More)
Mitogen-activated protein kinase pathways are implicated in the regulation of cell differentiation, although their precise roles in many differentiation programs remain elusive. The Raf/MEK/extracellular signal-regulated kinase (ERK) kinase cascade has been proposed to both promote and inhibit adipogenesis. Here, we titrate expression of the molecular(More)
Maximum-intensity projection (MIP) algorithms, a class of algorithms for construction of magnetic resonance (MR) angiograms, are reviewed. The blood flow in a volume of interest is represented by bright intensities in the MR data volume. MIP algorithms search for the maximum intensity along parallel rays cast through the MR image volume. A projection image(More)
As part of its nonprofit mission, ETS conducts and disseminates the results of research to advance quality and equity in education and assessment for the benefit of ETS's constituents and the field. To obtain a PDF or a print copy of a report, please visit: Abstract This paper examines various definitions and frameworks that have been used to justify the(More)
It is important to understand any process that affects medical data. Once the data have changed from the original form, one must consider the possibility that the information contained in the data has also changed. In general, false negative and false positive diagnoses caused by this post-processing must be minimized. Medical imaging is one area in which(More)
  • 1