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The stimulation of protein synthesis in human fibroblasts by therapeutic ultrasound.
AN ANATOMICAL DISQUISITION ON THE MOTION OF THE HEART AND BLOOD IN ANIMALS *
- W. Harvey
- Art, Medicine
- 1 April 2000
William Harvey (1578-1657) was a rebel in medical science: Contrary to contemporary practice, he began his epoch-making investigation into the action of the heart and the blood's circulation by… Expand
Macrophage responsiveness to light therapy
- S. Young, P. Bolton, M. Dyson, W. Harvey, C. Diamantopoulos
- Biology, Medicine
- Lasers in surgery and medicine
Macrophages are a source of many important mediators of wound repair. It was the purpose of this study to see if light could stimulate the release of these mediators.
The role of cavitation in the in vitro stimulation of protein synthesis in human fibroblasts by ultrasound.
Abstract The synthesis of protein by human embryonic fibroblasts in vitro was stimulated by irradiation with ultrasound at a frequency of 3 MHz, a spatial and temporal peak intensity of 0.5 W.cm−2,… Expand
Collagen production by human mesothelial cells in vitro
Serous effusions from a variety of malignant and non‐malignant conditions were found to contain cells which had the morphological, histochemical and ultrastructural characteristics of mesothelial… Expand
A quantitative assay for collagen synthesis in microwell fibroblast cultures.
Abstract A new method for estimating collagen synthesis in microwell cultures of fibroblasts is presented, 3H-Labeled-proline-collagen was purified by successive salt precipitations at acid and… Expand
A clinical and echocardiographic study of patients with the hypermobility syndrome.
- R. Grahame, J. Edwards, D. Pitcher, A. Gabell, W. Harvey
- Annals of the rheumatic diseases
- 1 December 1981
Three age- and symptom-matched groups of patients with a hypermobility score of 5-9, 3-4, and 0-2 (controls), respectively, were examined for clinical and echocardiographic evidence of mitral valve… Expand
On the motion of the heart and blood in animals (Willis's trans., rev. and edited).
ed, faintings and syncopes would ensue, and that not only would the arteries but the great veins also be nearly emptied of their contents. It is only consonant with reason to conclude that in the… Expand