geoscience.net logo
+ Resolve Article
+ Follow Us
Follow on FacebookFollow on Facebook
Follow on TwitterFollow on Twitter

+ Translate
+ Subscribe to Site Feed
GeoScience Most Shared ContentMost Shared Content

Problems in the conservation of post-explorational areas of the rock salt mine at Lezkowice


, : Problems in the conservation of post-explorational areas of the rock salt mine at Lezkowice. Przeglad Geologiczny 27(11, (319)): 605-607


US$29.90


Other references

Wang H.; Brandt A.S.; Woodson W.R., 1992: Organization and structure of ethylene forming enzyme genes in petunia. Plant Physiology (Rockville) 99(1 SUPPL): 88

Sadkova T.N., 1973: Functional morphological characteristics of the condition of the duodenum in some diseases of the alimentary organs. Terapevticheskii Arkhiv 44(12): 50-54

Sircar, J.C.; Kostlan, C.R.; Gilbertsen, R.B.; Dong, M.K.; Cetenko, W.A., 1991: Pyrrolo[3,2-d]pyrimidines, a new class of purine nucleoside phosphorylase (PNP) inhibitors as potential T-cell selective immunosuppressive agents. Previously, we have described the synthesis and biological activity of 2,8-diamino-1,9-dihydro-9-(2-thienylmethyl)-6H-purin-6-one (PD 119229; Cl-950) as a potent and competitive PNP inhibitor. As a part of our continuing efforts to develop a PNP i...

Casaca-Carreira, Jão.; Temel, Y.; Hescham, S-Anna.; Jahanshahi, A., 2017: Transependymal Cerebrospinal Fluid Flow: Opportunity for Drug Delivery?. Drug delivery to the central nervous system (CNS) is complicated by the blood-brain barrier. As a result, many agents that are found to be potentially effective at their site of action cannot be sufficiently or effectively delivered to the CNS and...

Nag, K.; Chaudhary, A., 2009: Mediators of Tyrosine Phosphorylation in Innate Immunity: From Host Defense to Inflammation onto Oncogenesis. Cells respond to extracellular cues through a variety of receptors on the surface. These signals once transduced across the cell membrane, activate protein tyrosine kinases, which through phosphorylation of substrates on key tyrosine residues, are...

Kuhlmann, M.; Proshchalykin, M.Yu., 2016: The bees of the genus Colletes Latreille (Hymenoptera: Colletidae) of the Caucasus region. Information about bees of the genus Colletes in the Caucasus region is summarized. Two new species are described from Azerbaijan: Colletes jovel Kuhlmann & Proshchalykin, sp. nov. and C. longimala Kuhlmann & Proshchalykin, sp. nov. Nine sp...

Katoch, K., 1996: Autonomic nerve affection in leprosy. Leprosy has been shown to affect almost all systems of human body and abnormalities in functions of autonomic nerves innervating various parts have been observed in several studies. In the skin and its appendages, the common changes are anhidrosis...

Liao, H.; Thorner, J., 1980: Yeast mating pheromone alpha factor inhibits adenylate cyclase. The pheromone alpha factor, secreted by Saccharomyces cerevisiae cells of the alpha mating type, serves to synchronize the opposite mating type (a cells) at G1 as a prelude to fusion of the two cell types. We found that, in vitro, alpha factor inh...

Sivan, E.; Segel, L.; Parnas, H., 1995: Modulated excitability: A new way to obtain bursting neurons. Classical burster models are based on a fast system that either oscillates or is quiescent, depending on temporarily fixed values of slow variables. In a study of the lobster heart ganglion, we found a new type of burster for which the fast system...

Richardson P., 1982: Manipulation of lung volume and lung mechanics with positive end expiratory pressure in acute hemorrhagic pulmonary edema. Clinical Research 30(1): 152A