Tarsh Freeman

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We wished to determine if pain relief that resulted from transcutaneous (TNS) or spinal cord electrical stimulation in patients with chronic pain was due to activation of an endogenous opiate-related pain control system. Naloxone (0.4-10 mg) or saline was injected in double-blind fashion intravenously into opiate-naive subjects with chronic pain who(More)
Lines of chickens divergently selected for high (HW) or low (LW) 56-day posthatch body weight were evaluated for growth, development of small intestine, liver and pectoral muscle, and plasma T3 and T4 concentrations. Measurements were taken at 11,17, and 20 days of incubation and 5, 12, 20, 31, and 61 days posthatch. HW chicks and their organs were(More)
Using rT3 as substrate, an in vitro 5'D assay was validated for use with liver tissue from adult Japanese quail, by defining conditions under which activity is proportional to enzyme (protein) concentration and is linear with incubation time. Activity was measured as the release of 125I from labeled rT3. Using validated assay conditions we found the(More)
1. Assay conditions for measuring hepatic 5'-deiodinase (5'D) activity at initial velocity, using reverse T3 as substrate, have been validated for adult chicken liver. 2. The characteristics of hepatic 5'D activity in adult chickens from lines selected for high (HW) and low (LW) juvenile body weight are similar to those in mammals and in the other birds(More)
The intriguing nearly face-on southern ringed spiral galaxy NGC 4622, the first galaxy definitively shown to have leading spiral structure, is revisited in this paper with new images from the Hubble Space Telescope’s WFPC2, together with ground-based optical and near-IR imaging, and a Fabry-Perot Hα velocity field. The data provide new information on the(More)
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