10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «CIRCUMFUSION»
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Tissue Culture: Methods and Applications
Dual-Rotary Circumfusion System' George G. Rose The dual-rotary circumfusion
systemgr3 is a self-contained tissue culturing device which circulates oxygen-
saturated fluid nutrient through multiple units of interconnected culture chambers
A handbook of revealed theology
422), to prove that the clinical iriyxjxs1s, or circumfusion, used in the case of
Novatus and others, was the synonym of baptism, proves just the opposite ; for
Nicephorus adds, after describing this circumfusion, " If it is fit to call such a thing
Growth, Nutrition, and Metabolism of Cells In Culture
This exquisitely controlled and mechanized circumfusion system creates an
environment for replicate small-size cultures in which the highest degree of
progression and maintenance of differentiation of cultured fetal tissues has been
Current Topics in Experimental Endocrinology
Circumfusion systemsfor thecontinuous replacement of culture medium around
explants have been used onalimited scale since a pulsatile system capable of
sustaining endocrine tissues suchas thyroidand ovary was describedbyCarrel
L Martini, V. H. T. James, 1978
Lung Development Biological and Clinical Perspectives: ...
Terminal bronchiolar-alveolar units in circumfusion system cultures. In Vitro 14,
557-580. Rosenbaum, R. M., Picciano, P., Kress, Y., and Wittner, M. (1977).
Ultrastructure of in vitro type II epithelial cell cysts derived from adult rabbit lung
A Tale of a Tub and Other Works
Circumfusion: a theological problem disputed in the Church from the Fathers
onward. The doctrine of Traducianism holds that the soul, like the body,
istransmittedfrom parentstooffspring by anorganic generativeprocess. The
contrary (and more ...
Jonathan Swift, Marcus Walsh, 2010
Celtic Researches on the Origin, Traditions & Language, of ...
... swim under water: ur-ica hurt coming to corn from too much moisture. These
last words intimate, that m', as a principle of the Latin tongue, regards Water as a
circumfusion—enveloping, or covering. Ur-o, to burn, of ur. Tigurinm, a cottage, is
Even after severe acute liver damage in pig liver by toxins, silver-stained
collagen fiber remained as frame (a, b). Regenerative liver cells were
reconstructed along frame (c, d). large-scale culture; (2) circumfusion culture in a
bioreactor allows ...
Severian Dumitriu, Valentin I. Popa, 2013
The Truths of Revelation: Demonstrated by an Appeal to ...
THE DELUGE — HISTORICAL AND TRADITIONARY PROOFS GEOLOGICAL
EVIDENCE OF THE CIRCUMFUSION OF THE DILUVIAL WATERS, AND
COMPARATIVELY RECENT EPOCHA OF THE EVENT. THERE is no event
which has left ...
METHODS IN CELL BIOLOGY,VOLUME 21A: NORMAL HUMAN TISSUE AND ...
(1977), who infused agar into the entire lung of the rat prior to explant culture,
and of Rose and Yajima (1977), who reported long-term survival of fetal mouse
lung using a dual rotary circumfusion system. In the circumfusion system
Curtis C. Harris, Benjamin F. Trump, Gary D. Stoner, 1980
NEWS ITEMS WHICH INCLUDE THE TERM «CIRCUMFUSION»
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Wet and wild: Britain's coasts are home to many exotic creatures
Its large, black-spotted grey or brown wings with white pupils and orange circumfusion make an impressive sight as the grayling glides through ... «Independent, Jun 08»