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Dartt, "Stimulation of goblet cell mucous secretion by activation of nerves in rat conjunctiva," Current Eye Research, vol.
Furthermore, the sodium channels are the primary mechanism of action in the anesthesic effects of cocaine and this occurs without direct autonomic system involvement (Dartt 2009; Williams & Adinoff 2008).
(20.) Farris, "Reyes Rancho," 177; Erlandson and Dartt, "Archaeology and Ethnohistory of Kashtayit."
"We will continue to concentrate on our core business of developing and marketing enhanced air abrasion products for the dental and industrial markets, while leveraging our patented technologies through high-margin licensing agreements," Dartt said.
"While experts from these areas often collaborate informally on [eye] disease, ophthalmology has remained somewhat specialized and in some ways isolated from other disciplines," remarked Darlene Dartt, director of scientific affairs at Schepens Eye Research Institute, in announcing the grant.
Dado lo anterior, se considera de gran ventaja la disponibilidad de un equipo de bajo costo, adaptado a las necesidades de los sistemas de produccion o sistemas que se pueden intensificar mediante suplementacion y pastoreo de praderas inducidas (Dartt et al., 1999) y la mejora genetica del hato (Bauman, 2003), ademas de otras estrategias posibles.
WUPPERTAL, Germany -- Five years ago Dartt Schoonmaker was managing a Wal-Mart store near his hometown of Rockford, Ill.
"We see ourselves as very much a part of the global community of students," says Mark Dartt, Superintendent of the School City of Hobart.
Deana Dartt will lead a free walk-through of the exhibit at 5 p.m.
Dartt, "Isolation, characterization, and propagation of rat conjunctival goblet cells in vitro," Investigative Ophthalmology and Visual Science, vol.
Dartt, "Chronic dry eye in photorefractive keratectomy and laser in situ keratomileusis: manifestations, incidence, and predictive factors," Journal of Cataract and Refractive Surgery, vol.