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Current models in pharmacokinetics : applications in veterinary pharmacology
Major advances in developing models for pharmacokinetic studies have been made in recent years, and different approaches can now be employed. These include the use of (1) compartmental models, (2) non-compartmental models, ...
An expert system for shaking table diagnostics
An expert system, for fault diagnosis of shaking table operations, is presented. The system is designed as one element of an integrated, computer-based method for plant enhancement, for application in the mineral processing ...
The effect of podophyllotoxin on microtubule dynamics
We have investigated the effects of podophyllotoxin on the dynamic properties of microtubules assembled from pure tubulin dimer. Excess podophyllotoxin causes the complete disassembly of microtubules, through formation of ...
Automatic and strategic volitional saccadic eye movements in psychotic patients
Drug-free schizophrenics were compared with depressive psychotics and normal controls on two saccade initiation tasks which differed with respect to the type of stimulus that initiated a saccadic response. Strategic ...
Identification of an inhibitor of transcription in extracts prepared from wheat shoot nuclei
The analysis of run-off transcripts initiated in vitro from the CaMV 35S promoter in a HeLa whole-cell extract was used to assay plant nuclei extracts for the presence of an inhibitor of transcription. Extracts of isolated ...
A Lateral Cap model of microtubule dynamic instability
The co-existence and interconversion of growing and shrinking microtubules have been termed ‘dynamic instability’, and have been directly observed to occur under a variety of conditions in vitro and in vivo. Previous ...