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ISSN: 1932-6203

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A 2017 40
A 2016 35
A 2015 40
A 2014 40
A 2013 40
A 2011 40


total: 32

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  • Influence of Acute Jugular Vein Compression on the Cerebral Blood Flow Velocity, Pial Artery Pulsation and Width of Subarachnoid Space in Humans

    - PLOS ONE - 2012

    Celem pracy jest zaprezentowanie wyników badań dotyczących oceny wpływu silnego obustronnego zwężenia żył szyjnych na amplitudę pulsacji i zmiany szerokości przestrzeni podpajęczynówkowej, prędkość przepływu mózgowego krwi, obwodowe ciśnienie krwi oraz możliwe relacje między wymienionymi parametrami.

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  • Subarachnoid Space: New Tricks by an Old Dog

    - PLOS ONE - 2012

    Purpose: The purpose of the study was to: (1) evaluate the subarachnoid space (SAS) width and pial artery pulsation in both hemispheres, and (2) directly compare magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) to near-infrared transillumination/backscattering sounding (NIR-T/BSS) measurements of SAS width changes in healthy volunteers.Methods: The study was performed on three separate groups of volunteers, consisting in total of 62 subjects (33...

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  • Molecular Strategy for Survival at a Critical High Temperature in Eschierichia coli
    • M. Murata
    • H. Fujimoto
    • K. Nishimura
    • K. Charoensuk
    • H. Nagamitsu
    • S. Raina
    • T. Kosaka
    • T. Oshima
    • N. Ogasawara
    • M. Yamada

    - PLOS ONE - 2011

    The molecular mechanism supporting survival at a critical high temperature (CHT) in Escherichia coli was investigated. Genome-wide screening with a single-gene knockout library provided a list of genes indispensable for growth at 47°C, called thermotolerant genes. Genes for which expression was affected by exposure to CHT were identified by DNA chip analysis. Unexpectedly, the former contents did not overlap with the latter except...

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