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Effect of low level of ozone on rat lungs. II. Morphological responses during recovery and re-exposure.
Abstract Morphological studies were made of the effect of 0.8 ppm ozone on lungs of 70-day-old male rats at the end of a 3-day exposure, after 6, 9, or 30 days of recovery, and at the end of a 3-dayExpand
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Spontaneous perseverative turning in rats with radiation-induced hippocampal damage.
This study found a new behavioral correlate of lesions specific to the dentate granule cell layer of the hippocampus: spontaneous perseverative turning. Irradiation of a portion of the neonatal ratExpand
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Alterations in intestinal structure, fat absorption and body weight after intestinal bypass for morbid obesity.
Eleven patients underwent jejunoileal bypass for morbid obesity. Serial intestinal biopsies were obtained prior to, and at timed intervals following, operation in both fasted and fat-fed states.Expand
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A Simulation Platform for Optimization of Electric Vehicles With Modular Drivetrain Topologies
This paper introduces a simulation methodology that can be used to evaluate and optimize modular drivetrains and their components. Expand
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Dimensioning and Optimization of Hybrid Li-Ion Battery Systems for EVs
This work presents a battery dimensioning and optimization approach for single pack and hybrid battery systems. Expand
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In vivo evaluation of pyridoxalated-polymerized hemoglobin solution.
Previous evaluations of stroma free hemoglobin solutions (SFHS) revealed two problems, a low P50 (13 to 15 torr) which theoretically limits oxygen off-loading to tissues, and a short intravascularExpand
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Hepatic intramitochondrial filaments in morbidly obese patients undergoing intestinal bypass.
The characteristics of hepatocyte intramitochondrial filaments (IMF's) were studied in 16 patients undergoing jejunal ileal bypass for morbid obesity. At the time of bypass, all of the liver biopsiesExpand
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Progressive ultrastructural changes after peripheral nerve transection and repair
Six rhesus monkeys ( Macaca mulatta ) underwent sharp transection and repair of the intrinsic motor fascicles of both ulnar nerves in order to determine the sequential events during reinnervation ofExpand
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Progressive behavioral changes during the maturation of rats with early radiation-induced hypoplasia of fascia dentata granule cells.
Localized exposure of the neonatal rat brain to X-rays produces neuronal hypoplasia specific to the granule cell layer of the hippocampal dentate gyrus. This brain damage causes locomotorExpand
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Neural grafts attenuate behavioral deficits produced by early radiation-induced hypoplasia of fascia dentata granule cells
Localized X-irradiation of the mitotic cells in the neonatal rat hippocampus produces a discrete hypoplasia of the fascia dentata granule cell layer. This brain damage inhibits the acquisition of aExpand
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