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26 Warner, Homer R.A Steady-State Transfer Function Analysis of Portions of the Circulatory System Using Indicator Dilution TechniquesBiomedical Informatics1967
27 Warner, Homer R.A Study of Dispersion of an Indicator in the CirculationBiomedical Informatics1964
28 Warner, Homer R.A Study of the Mechanism of Pressure Wave Distortion by Arterial Walls Using an Electrical AnalogBiomedical Informatics1957
29 Warner, Homer R.A System for On-Line Computer Analysis of Data During Heart CatheterizationBiomedical Informatics1970
30 Warner, Homer R.A Technique for the Detection of Asynergistic Motion in the Left VentricleBiomedical Informatics1974
31 Warner, Homer R.A Technique for the Quantitative Study of Carotid Sinus BehaviorBiomedical Informatics1967
32 Warner, Homer R.A Transfer Function Analysis of Coronary and Renal Circulation Calculated from Upstream and Downstream Indicator-Dilution CurvesBiomedical Informatics1966
33 Warner, Homer R.A View of Medical Informatics as an Academic Disipline (Editorial)Biomedical Informatics1993
34 Gardner, Reed M.Accuracy and Reliability of Disposable Pressure Transducers Coupled With Modern Pressure MonitorsBiomedical Informatics1996
35 Gardner, Reed M.Accuracy of Pulmonary Artery and Wedge Pressure Measurements (Letter)Biomedical Informatics1984
36 Blumenthal, Donald K.; Wangsgard, Wendy P.; Meixell, Glenn E.Activation and inhibition of phosphorylase kinase by monospecific antibodies raised against peptides from the regulatory domain of the gamma-subunit.The C terminus of the catalytic gamma-subunit of phosphorylase kinase comprises a regulatory domain that contains regions important for subunit interactions and autoinhibitory functions. Monospecific antibodies raised against four synthetic peptides from this region, PhK1 (362-386), PhK5 (342-366), ...Subunit Interaction; Autoinhibitory Functions; Immunology; Antagonists & Inhibitors1995-08-30
37 Blumenthal, Donald K.; Underwood, Clayton J.Adaptation of the protein kinase filter paper assay to a 96-well microtiter format.The most widely used method for assaying protein kinase activities involves incorporation of radioactive phosphate into a protein or peptide substrate with subsequent binding or precipitaion of the radiolabeled substrate onto filter paper squares. We have adapted this assay for use with readily avai...Protein Kinase Activities; Filter Papers; Radioactive Phosphate1999-02-01
38 Gardner, Reed M.American Thoracic Society - Device Standards (Editorial)Biomedical Informatics1975
39 Warner, Homer R.An Analysis of Granulocyte Kinetics in Blood and Bone MarrowBiomedical Informatics1964
40 Warner, Homer R.An Analysis of Leukocyte Radioactivity Curves Obtained with Radioactive Disssopropylflourophosphate (DFP)Biomedical Informatics1959
41 Warner, Homer R.An Approach to Evaluating the Completeness of a Medical Knowledge BaseBiomedical Informatics1989
42 Warner, Homer R.An Evaluation of Radiosulfate as a Granulocyte Label in the DogBiomedical Informatics1966
43 Warner, Homer R.An Interlingua for Electronic Interchange of Medical Information: Using Fames to Map between Clinical VocabulariesBiomedical Informatics1991
44 Warner, Homer R.Analog Computer Analysis of Dispersion of Indicator in the CirculationBiomedical Informatics1966
45 Gardner, Reed M.Analog Computer Simulates Heart Response to Nerve StimulationBiomedical Informatics1961
46 Gardner, Reed M.Analog Computer Simulation of Heart ResponseBiomedical Informatics1961
47 Warner, Homer R.Analysis of the Role of Indicator Technics in Quantitation of Valvular RegurgitationBiomedical Informatics1962
48 Pryor, T. AllanThe Arden Syntax for Medical Logic ModulesBiomedical Informatics1993
49 Gardner, Reed M.Artifact Detection and Elimination in Intensive Care Pressure Monitoring SystemsBiomedical Informatics1983
50 Gardner, Reed M.Artificial Intelligence in Medicine - Is It Ready? (Editorial)Biomedical Informatics1986
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