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Light-Initiated Responses of Retinula and Eccentric Cells in the Limulus Lateral Eye
The relationship between retinula and eccentric cells in the lateral eye of Limulus polyphemus was studied using a double electrode technique which permitted simultaneous recording of light-initiatedExpand
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The effect of cyclic AMP and aminophylline on Limulus lateral eye retinular cells.
  • V. Wulff
  • Chemistry, Medicine
  • Vision research
  • 1 December 1973
Abstract Exposure of Limulus lateral eye retinular cells to adenosine 3′,5′-monophosphate (cyclic AMP) dissolved in normal or Ca 2+ deficient sea water produced the following: decreased the membraneExpand
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Physical Factors Involved in Ultrasonically Induced Changes in Living Systems: I. Identification of Non‐Temperature Effects
The results of the first step in a systematic investigation of the mechanism of the action of ultrasound on tissue are reported. The temperature changes resulting from absorption of acoustic energyExpand
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Abstract The ribonucleic acid of rat-liver nuclei labeled with [ 3 H]cytidine and harvested from liver homogenates using a phenol-NaCl mixture may be fractionated by successive extractions atExpand
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Physical Factors Involved in Ultrasonically Induced Changes in Living Systems: II. Amplitude Duration Relations and the Effect of Hydrostatic Pressure for Nerve Tissue
The results of experiments with frogs under a hydrostatic pressure demonstrate that cavitation is not an important factor in the mechanism of production of paralysis of the hind legs of frog byExpand
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The incorporation of H3-cytidine in mice of different ages.
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Age-related reduction of the RNA content of rat cardiac muscle and cerebellum.
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The effect of salt extraction and heat-denaturation on the behavior of rat liver chromatin.
Abstract Rat liver chromatin which has been extracted with NaCl at concentrations up to 0.9 M shows a biphasic melting profile and a coincident increase in template activity for RNA synthesis. HeatExpand
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