Thomas J. Wheeler

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Individual papers in this collection are copyrighted by their original authors. iv Preface The goal of the RESOLVE Workshop 2002 was to bring together educators and researchers interested in: • Refining formal approaches to software engineering, especially component-based systems, and • Introducing them into the classroom. The workshop served as a forum for(More)
Earlier studies by our group showed that fructose-1,6-bisphosphate (FBP) enhances the hypothermic preservation of rat cardiac myocytes and the functional recovery of animal hearts after hypothermic storage. However, the mechanisms involved were not clear. We extended the cardiomyocyte studies by testing whether the FBP effects were due to chelation of(More)
Previously, we reported that fructose-1,6-bisphosphate (FBP) was taken up by rat cardiac myocytes by two processes: a component that was saturable at micromolar levels and a nonsaturable component that dominated at millimolar levels. Here, we continued to characterize the saturable high-affinity component, with the aim of identifying the physiological(More)