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Terminal progress report: R01-OH-00352 (5-1-74 through 4-31-79).
Robin-ED; Theodore-J; Simon-LM; Lewiston-N; Holtzman-D; Douglas-KG
Department of Medicine, Stanford University, Palo Alto, California 1979 Jan; :1-11
The findings of a 4 year series of studies involving pure lung cell systems are presented. The results deal primarily with alterations in enzyme activity associated with changes in oxygen (7782447) concentrations, and the bioenergetic pattern of lung cell types. The authors discuss the cellular effects of hypoxia, hyperoxia, and osmosis, and consider these experimental findings to have important implications for cell pathophysiology, both generally and for specific lung cell types.
NIOSH-Grant; Respirators; Cell-metabolism; Intracellular-respiration; Chemical-reactions; Physical-reactions; Enzyme-activity; Metabolism; Clinical-analysis; Biological-transport; Respiratory-gas-analysis; Physiological-gas-effects; Research-laboratories
Physiology Stanford University Sch of Med Department of Medicine Palo Alto, Calif
Final Grant Report
Department of Medicine, Stanford University, Palo Alto, California
Stanford University, Stanford, California
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