Corpus ID: 36455651

[The method of diagnosis].

  title={[The method of diagnosis].},
  author={W. Hirsch},
  journal={Medizinische Klinik},
  • W. Hirsch
  • Published 1960
  • Medicine
  • Medizinische Klinik
The role of carotid bodies in the generation of active inspiratory and expiratory responses to exercise in rats
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Immunochemical Properties of Recombinant Ompf Porin from Outer Membrane of Yersinia pseudotuberculosis
Porins from outer membranes (OM) of Gram-negative bacteria exist in intact membranes as homotrimers forming water-filled pores or channels that provide low-molecular compounds transportation. SurfaceExpand
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An important emerging therapeutic mechanism underlying neuroprotection is activation/opening of KATP and K2P channels, and this reveals a wide-open field for the discovery and development of K1P-targeting compounds. Expand
Reasoning for causality analysis with possibility and intensity of occurrence
  • Koichi Yamada
  • Mathematics
  • IEEE SMC'99 Conference Proceedings. 1999 IEEE International Conference on Systems, Man, and Cybernetics (Cat. No.99CH37028)
  • 1999
Causality, uncertainty and intensity of occurrence are three important factors we must take into consideration, when we analyze complex problems in the world. Causality is described as "an essentialExpand
Simple laboratory determination of excess oligosacchariduria.
  • A. Sewell
  • Chemistry, Medicine
  • Clinical chemistry
  • 1981
A simple set of procedures for the screening of patients' urine to detect oligosaccharide-storage diseases and the advantages of the system are detection of virtually all known disorders in which oligOSaccharides are over-excreted, production of characteristic patterns, and small sample requirement. Expand