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Page 234 of Mid-America; An Historical Review Vol. 25, Issue 4 [page]

1943 Mid-America; An Historical Review  
This Agnese map, by the way, serves to illustrate the point which we have already noted; namely, that the appearance of the course of a large river marked Rio del Espiritu Santo on a map is no proof that  ...  The river which occupies the position of the Rio del Espiritu Santo is left nameless and the bay into which it empties is called “Baia de todos Sanctos.”  ... 

Page 219 of International Chemical Engineering Vol. 6, Issue 2 [page]

1966 International Chemical Engineering  
Outlet curves for themarked” gas in the empty unit: 1 — With six plates in place, w = 0.4 m./sec.; 2 — In the empty unit: w = 0.4 m.  ...  It should be pointed out that satisfactory data reproducibility is obtained only when the flushed out ‘‘marked’’ gas is not complicated by adsorption phenomena.  ... 

Continuous monitoring of the effect of pentagastrin on gastric emptying of solid food in man

S G Hamilton, H J Sheiner, M F Quinlan
1976 Gut  
Pentagastrin initially produced marked antral activity resulting in a physiological stricture and subsequent delay in the overall rate of gastric emptying.  ...  Predictably hyoscine delayed, and bethanechol increased, the rate of gastric emptying.  ...  Pullin for their help in writing the computer programme; Mr H. Upenieks for the illustrations; and Mrs M. Beresford for typing the manuscript.  ... 
doi:10.1136/gut.17.4.273 pmid:773788 pmcid:PMC1411107 fatcat:jds6ancdpjfjho3g6lyxpux55u

Page 132 of The American Journal of Psychology Vol. 3, Issue 1 [page]

1890 The American Journal of Psychology  
Lines, unlike empty spaces, were reproduced smaller in both halves of the field, because, as it seems, the eye does not traverse the whole of the standard line, judging partly by indirect vision, and does  ...  traverse the whole of the line reproduced, thus giving the latter more sensation of muscular effort.  ... 

Page 507 of Diabetes Metabolism Research and Reviews Vol. 25, Issue 6 [page]

2009 Diabetes Metabolism Research and Reviews  
Appearance of in the breath marks gastric emptying, absorption and excretion of ^^C02 [72].  ...  In 1996, Ziegler and colleagues evaluated the sensitiv¬ ity, specificity, and reproducibility of the ^^C-octanoate breath test as compared to scintigraphy in diabetic patients [26].  ... 

Page 111 of None Vol. 33, Issue 1 [page]

1914 None  
The increased tonus of the stomach .was particularly marked.  ...  Typical records from Dog I on the eighth and tenth days of starvation are reproduced in Fig. 4. The only old dog in this series, No.  ... 

Perceptual versus motor spatiotemporal interactions in duration reproduction across two hands

Tsuyoshi Kuroda, Makoto Miyazaki
2016 Scientific Reports  
Indeed, when participants reproduced the standard (empty) duration, delivering two tactile stimuli to different hands resulted in a longer reproduced duration than delivering both stimuli to the same hand  ...  More specifically, this decrement in the reproduced duration grew linearly with the standard, suggesting that a given space increases the "rate" of an internal timer during motor action.  ...  We are grateful to Tomomi Funai for her assistance with the data collection and to Hisato Nakazono for valuable suggestions regarding an earlier version of the manuscript.  ... 
doi:10.1038/srep23365 pmid:27033555 pmcid:PMC4817069 fatcat:gf5eyajkijcq7cygitppkdudiu

A Histone Mutant Reproduces the Phenotype Caused by Loss of Histone-Modifying Factor Polycomb

A. R. Pengelly, O. Copur, H. Jackle, A. Herzig, J. Muller
2013 Science  
(empty oval) and a HisC + homozygous cell carrying two copies of the GFP marker gene (dark green oval).  ...  For generation of ∆HisC homozygous cell clones marked with the yellow mutation (light pigmentation) in adults (Fig. 2) , a yellow + (y + ) marker gene instead of the GFP marker was placed in cis with  ... 
doi:10.1126/science.1231382 pmid:23393264 fatcat:fthve2o7czhyvdn7z7azvykuqm

Page 377 of None Vol. 15, Issue 4 [page]

1932 None  
The ability to reproduce empty time intervals, it is true, does 7A Quantitative Study of Rhythm. Archives of Psychology, 14, 1909, p. 64.  ...  It has further been suggested that the marked change in the type of introspective report which occurs as the rate increases from 1000 ¢ to 2000 ¢ or beyond is connected with the fact that introspective  ... 

Page 60 of Automation and Remote Control Vol. 35, Issue 2 [page]

1974 Automation and Remote Control  
(empty) zone for a message he wishes to communicate by marking, at the beginning of the zone, that the zone is now occupied, and what the addresses are of the sender and recipient of the message, Once  ...  the message arrives at the address of the recipient this latter again marks the zone as empty, Center A sees that messages do not circulate in the ring because the intended recipients are busy, The raceway  ... 

Frontmatter [chapter]

2020 The Godman and the Sea  
A complete list of books in the series is available from the publisher.  ...  Title: The Godman and the sea : the empty tomb, the trauma of the Jews, and the Gospel of Mark / Michael LCC BS2585.52 .T38 2019 | DDC 226.3/06-dc23 LC record available at  ...  Except for brief quotations used for purposes of review or scholarly citation, none of this book may be reproduced in any form by any means without Congress Cataloging-in-Publication Data Names: Thate,  ... 
doi:10.9783/9780812296396-fm fatcat:ny3q5lzqzrephbzvpfmyps3xgq

The Prokinetic Face of Ghrelin

Hanaa S. Sallam, Jiande D. Z. Chen
2010 International Journal of Peptides  
Further research is necessary to close the gap in knowledge about the effect of ghrelin on the human intestines in health and disease.  ...  This review evaluated published data regarding the effects of ghrelin on GI motility using the PubMed database for English articles from 1999 to September 2009.  ...  Using ghrelin infusion of 500 pmol/Kg/min and a similar gastric emptying assessment method, Levin et al. could not reproduce Fukuda's results regarding ghrelin's acceleration of the nutrient meal [17]  ... 
doi:10.1155/2010/493614 pmid:20721347 pmcid:PMC2915793 fatcat:togrsnjmnrexhbqaia763krlia

Intraluminal Impact of Food: New Insights from MRI

Robin Spiller, Luca Marciani
2019 Nutrients  
The aim of this review is to describe how MRI has allowed analysis of the processing of complex multiphase meals.  ...  The wealth of data which can be obtained together with its non-invasive nature and safety makes the technique ideal for the serial evaluation of the impact of different nutrients and drugs in both health  ...  Acknowledgments: Both authors are supported by the NIHR Nottingham Biomedical Research Centre. Conflicts of Interest: The authors declare no conflict of interest.  ... 
doi:10.3390/nu11051147 pmid:31126027 pmcid:PMC6567872 fatcat:yjxdatwjovaubmpuougjll6nau

Gastric emptying in normal subjects--a reproducible technique using a single scintillation camera and computer system

P J Collins, M Horowitz, D J Cook, P E Harding, D J Shearman
1983 Gut  
Liquid emptying was slowed and the lag period of solid was prolonged as the calorie content increased. Reproducibility was assessed in 19 subjects.  ...  It was shown that variation in tissue attenuation caused by the changing depth of radionuclide within the stomach accounted for large errors in the measurement of gastric emptying (alteration in 50% emptying  ...  Dr M Horowitz was supported by a grant from the National Health and Medical Research Council of Australia. We wish to thank Dr B W Gabb for his assistance with the statistical analysis.  ... 
doi:10.1136/gut.24.12.1117 pmid:6642275 pmcid:PMC1420248 fatcat:7c6u4ou3lzearbxvfvcjdr4pq4

Reproducibility of energy intake, gastric emptying, blood glucose, plasma insulin and cholecystokinin responses in healthy young males

Nivasinee S. Nair, Ixchel M. Brennan, Tanya J. Little, Diana Gentilcore, Trygve Hausken, Karen L. Jones, Judith M. Wishart, Michael Horowitz, Christine Feinle-Bisset
2008 British Journal of Nutrition  
The purpose of the present paper is to evaluate the hypothesis that energy intake after a nutrient preload would be reproducible and associated with reproducible patterns of gastric emptying, intragastric  ...  In healthy males, energy intake is highly reproducible, at least in the short term, and is associated with reproducible patterns of gastric emptying, glycaemia, insulinaemia and CCK release.  ...  H. in the study concept and design, data interpretation and drafting of the manuscript; C.  ... 
doi:10.1017/s0007114508042372 pmid:18680633 fatcat:owvfu6lclvdpfbyuijwxanykyy
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