Thomas Ramp

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The development of the indirect flight muscles of Drosophila melanogaster was studied by analysing mutations that cause flightlessness. Twenty-five mutations on the X-chromosome and two on the third chromosome were examined. The X-chromosomal mutations form ten complementation units. The ten loci were assigned preliminary map positions by meiotic(More)
Pharmacokinetics of ethyl methanesulfonate (EMS) were characterized in mice, rats and in cynomolgus monkeys with unlabelled and (14)C-radiolabelled EMS by either quantification of unchanged EMS or the N-ethyl-valine haemoglobin (Hb) adduct. EMS was well absorbed and exhibited close to 100% oral bioavailability. EMS showed some species differences in(More)
The average rate of endogenous respiration of intact Litomosoides carinii was 2.24 muatom O min-1 g-1 worm wet wt. No significant difference was observed in respiration capacities between male and female worms. Rates of oxygen uptake decreased progressively during disruption and fractionation of the parasite tissue and very few respiration capabilities(More)
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