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Oxygen Transport to Tissue VIII

  • Ian S. Longmuir

Part of the Advances in Experimental Medicine and Biology book series (AEMB, volume 200)

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-xv
  2. Oxygen Delivery Systems

    1. Masaji Mochizuki, Tomoko Kagawa, Katsuo Uchida, Izumi Shibuya
      Pages 27-34
    2. P. A. Lee, P. A. McHale, C. A. Piantadosi, A. L. Sylvia
      Pages 59-65
    3. K. Reinhart, Th. Kersting, U. Föhring, M. Schäfer
      Pages 67-72
    4. D. T. Delpy, D. Parker, D. N. Halsall
      Pages 73-77
    5. Antal G. Hudetz, Sverker Werin
      Pages 79-88
    6. A. N. Zirakadze, L. M. Makharadze, P. Y. Kintraia, L. Sh. Japashvili, D. G. Takadze
      Pages 89-97
    7. T. Koyama, T. Araiso, M. Mochizuki
      Pages 99-106
  3. Methods and Mathematical Models

    1. B. Chance, D. Smith, S. Nioka, M. Osbakken, B. J. Clark, A. Giantisos et al.
      Pages 107-111
    2. Norio Hayashi, Akinori Kasahara, Haruya Meren, Yutaka Sasaki, Kazuhei Kurosawa, Hideyuki Fusamoto et al.
      Pages 113-117
    3. Philip T. Weinbrecht, Lance C. Johnson, Ian S. Longmuir, James A. Knopp
      Pages 131-136
    4. H. Vermariën, J. Coremans, F. Vereecke, R. H. Bourgain
      Pages 143-150
    5. Donald G. Buerk, Pankajam K. Nair, Eric W. Bridges, Tom R. Hanley
      Pages 151-161
    6. Nathan A. Busch
      Pages 163-171
    7. R. H. Kufahl, T. R. Hanley, D. F. Bruley, J. H. Halsey Jr.
      Pages 173-180
    8. Jane M. Vanderkooi, David F. Wilson
      Pages 189-193
  4. Central Nervous System and Its Circulation

    1. Eörs Dóra, Joel H. Greenberg, Kortaro Tanaka, Nicholas H. Gonatas, Martin Reivich
      Pages 195-202
    2. Marco Ferrari, Chiara De Marchis, Ivo Giannini, Anna Di Nicola, Rocco Agostino, Sandro Nodari et al.
      Pages 203-211
    3. Vytautas A. Pakalnis, M. L. Wolbarsht, M. B. Landers III
      Pages 233-241
    4. Joseph C. LaManna, Kimberly A. McCracken, Tim S. Whittingham, W. David Lust
      Pages 253-259
    5. Hermann Metzger, Helmut Brüggemann, Anke Plewnia
      Pages 283-292
    6. Pankajam K. Nair, Donald G. Buerk, William J. Whalen, Roy W. Schubert
      Pages 293-300
    7. A. N. Zirakadze, P. Y. Kintraya, B. I. Kurchishvili, T. N. Suladze, M. N. Bakradze, N. Sh Mchedlishvilli
      Pages 305-315
    8. Ralph W. Brauer, R. Dale McCall, E. Eugene Williams, Greg Miller, Eric Johnson
      Pages 317-322
  5. Thoracic Organs

    1. Olivier Stucker, Eric Vicaut, Renaud Trouvé, Bernard Teisseire, Michel Duvelleroy
      Pages 333-338
    2. S. Faithfull, M. Fennema, W. Erdmann, M. Dhasmana, G. Eilers
      Pages 339-348
    3. M. Fennema, O. Prakash, M. Dhasmana, S. Faithfull, W. Erdmann
      Pages 349-358
    4. H. R. Figulla, F. Vetterlein, M. Glaubitz, H. Kreuzer
      Pages 359-365
    5. Roland N. Pittman, Barbara A. Graham
      Pages 373-383
  6. Abdominal Organs

    1. Rex Baker, Anthony V. Beran, Jose Strauss
      Pages 403-412

About this book

Introduction

In this volume the policy of review by anonymous referees and minor correction by the editor has been continued, but perhaps should not be extended without an agreed policy statement by the Society. Our choice is minimal revision with rapid publication or proper review with some delay in publication. The editor wishes to express his gratitude to Ann Richardson, Joann Fish, Lance Johnson, and Philip Weinbrecht for their invaluable help in the preparation of this volume. Ian S. Longmuir v BRIEF HISTORY OF ISOTT The Society endured a long gestation period. During the 1960s its formation was discussed at a number of international meetings devoted to oxygen in biological systems. Prominent among a great number of such gatherings were those held at the Institute of Diseases of the Chest, London 1960; Bedford College, London 1963; Queen Elizabeth College, London 1963; and the Seventh Bad Oeynhausen Conference, 1967. At first, reservations were expressed about the desirability of forming a highly specialized society which might not achieve the "critical mass" necessary for its continued existence. However, the 1971 meeting in the Max Planck Institut fur Arbeitsphysiologie, Dortmund, answered these doubts, and Dr. Melvin Knisely commenced planning a very successful inaugural meeting in South Carolina. At this meeting in 1973 in Charleston and Clemson, the Society was formed with the customary remit of the promotion of scientific exchanges.

Keywords

Calcium biological cell membrane fish kidney membrane transport metabolism mitochondria oxygen protein receptor society synthesis tissue transport

Editors and affiliations

  • Ian S. Longmuir
    • 1
  1. 1.North Carolina State UniversityRaleighUSA

Bibliographic information

  • DOI https://doi.org/10.1007/978-1-4684-5188-7
  • Copyright Information Springer-Verlag US 1986
  • Publisher Name Springer, Boston, MA
  • eBook Packages Springer Book Archive
  • Print ISBN 978-1-4684-5190-0
  • Online ISBN 978-1-4684-5188-7
  • Series Print ISSN 0065-2598
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