Browsing Center for Translating Research Into Practice (TRIP) by Issue Date

Browsing Center for Translating Research Into Practice (TRIP) by Issue Date

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  • States, Beatrice; Blazer, Bonnie; Harris, Dorothy; Segal, Stanton (1975-10)
    Cystinosis was diagnosed in a small quantity of cultured amniotic cells from a 22-week-old fetus by a modified pulse-labeling technique in which intracellular 55Sl-cystine retention was measured. As a result of the above ...
  • Steiman, Gerald S.; Yudkoff, Marc; Berman, Peter H.; Blazer-Yost, Bonnie; Segal, Stanton (1979-06-01)
    Investigation of a 15-year old boy with progressive optic atrophy and spinocerebellar degeneration revealed elevated plasma, cerebrospinal fluid, and urine glycine concentrations. During an oral glycine loading test, the ...
  • Burch, John W.; Blazer-Yost, Bonnie (1981-08)
    Aspirin has a variety of pharmacologic actions, which are expressed at different doses of the drug. An effect on platelet function occurs at very low doses of aspirin (1,2). Indeed, a large number of clinical trials ...
  • Blazer-Yost, Bonnie; Geheb, Michael A.; Preston, Alan; Handler, Joel; Cox, Malcolm (1982-10-28)
    Similar aldosterone-induced proteins have been demonstrated in two renal epithelia, the urinary bladder of the toad, Bufo marinus, and epithelia formed by cells of the A6 line derived from the kidney of the toad, Xenopus ...
  • Blazer-Yost, Bonnie; Watanabe, Melanie; Haverty, Thomas P.; Ziyadeh, Fuad N. (1992-02-03)
    We have used a murine proximal tubule cell line (MCT cells) to determine the presence and binding characteristics of insulin and IGF1 receptors and to correlate these parameters with the concentration-response relationships ...
  • Bantz, Charles R.; Pepper, Gerald L. (University of South Carolina Press, 1993-05-01)
    The organizational communication culture method has been used in more than 200 analyses of "real-world" organizations (e.g., a legal services office, a cooperative food store, an engineering unit of a major corporation, a ...
  • Burlingame, Dwight F. (The Johns Hopkins University Press, 1994)
    Reviews the growth and development of library fund raising within the context of library history and the development of contemporary philanthropy. Topics addressed include changing environments and the need for additional ...
  • Blazer-Yost, Bonnie; Coupaye-Gerard, Brigitte; Kim, Hyun Jin; Singh, Anup (1994)
    Na+ transport in renal epithelia is regulated by a wide variety of endogenous and exogenous cellular factors. Although most natriferic agents have an action on the amiloride-sensitive Na+ channel, the biochemical pathways ...
  • Resler, Edwin L.; Moscari, Jeffrey C.; Nalim, M. Razi (1994-09)
    A procedure to design a preliminary wave rotor cycle for any application is presented. To complete a cycle with heat addition there are two separate-but related-design steps that must be performed. Selection of a wave ...
  • Nalim, M. Razi; Resler, Edwin L. (1996-07)
    The wave rotor is a promising means of pressure-gain for gas turbine engines. This paper examines novel wave rotor topping cycles that incorporate low-NOx combustion strategies. This approach combines two-stage “rich-quench-lean” ...
  • Blazer-Yost, Bonnie; Record, Rae D.; Oberleithner, Hans (1996-08)
    The Madin-Darby canine kidney (MDCK) cell line forms an epithelial monolayer which expresses many of the morphological and functional properties of the renal collecting duct. The C7 subclone of the parent line forms an ...
  • Bindels, Rend J.M.; Engbersen, A.M.T.; Hartog, A.; Blazer-Yost, Bonnie (1996-10)
    Primary cultures of immunodissected cells from rabbit kidney connecting tubule and cortical collecting duct were used to study aldosterone's action on transcellular Na+ flux. Incubation with 10(-7) M aldosterone stimulated ...
  • Nalim, M. Razi; Paxson, Daniel E. (1997-07)
    Wave rotor cycles that utilize premixed combustion processes within the passages are examined numerically using a one-dimensional CFD-based simulation. Internal-combustion wave rotors are envisioned for use as pressure-gain ...
  • Sandigursky, Margarita; Yacoub, Adly; Kelley, Mark R.; Xu, Yi; Franklin, William A.; Deutsch, Walter A. (1997-10)
    The yeast OGG1 gene was recently cloned and shown to encode a protein that possesses N-glycosylase/AP lyase activities for the repair of oxidatively damaged DNA at sites of 7,8-dihydro-8-oxoguanine (8-oxoguanine). Similar ...
  • Helman, Sandy I.; Liu, Xuehong; Baldwin, Kieron; Blazer-Yost, Bonnie; Els, Willem J. (1998-04)
    To study and define the early time-dependent response (< or = 6 h) of blocker-sensitive epithelial Na+ channels (ENaCs) to stimulation of Na+ transport by aldosterone, we used a new modified method of blocker-induced noise ...
  • Record, Rae D.; Froelich, Larry L.; Vlahos, Chris J.; Blazer-Yost, Bonnie (1998-04)
    Insulin stimulates amiloride-sensitive sodium transport in models of the distal nephron. Here we demonstrate that, in the A6 cell line, this action is mediated by the insulin receptor tyrosine kinase and that activation ...
  • Goodpaster, John V.; McGuffin, Victoria L (1999)
    In this work, a novel system has been designed, characterized, and validated for the determination of fluorescence quenching constants. Capillary flow injection methods are used to automate the preparation and mixing of ...
  • Sanematsu, Helen (AIGA, 1999)
  • Nalim, M. Razi (1999-04)
    Combustion within the channels of a wave rotor is examined as a means of obtaining pressure gain during heat addition in a gas turbine engine. Three modes of combustion are assessed: premixed autoignition (detonation), ...
  • Paxson, Daniel E.; Nalim, M. Razi (1999-05)
    A wave-rotor cycle is described that avoids the inherent problem of combustor exhaust gas recirculation (EGR) found in four-port, through-flow (uniflow) pressure-gain wave-rotor cycles currently under consideration for ...

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