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SPOCSingle Point Of Contact
SPOCScrum Product Owner Certified
SPOCSex Professionals of Canada (est. 2001)
SPOCSydney Paralympic Organising Committee
SPOCShuttle Payload Operations Contractor (radio equipment)
SPOCSingle Point Of Control
SPOCSpace Operations Center
SPOCStaffing Point of Contact
SPOCSpace Program Operations Contract (NASA)
SPOCStop Poisoning Our Community
SPOCSearch and Rescue Point of Contact
SPOCSaturn Performance Owners Club
SPOCSouthampton Portable Occam Compiler
SPOCSurvey Plan Online Checker (computer application)
SPOCState Police Officers Council (Iowa)
SPOCSelf-Propelled Outdoor Club
SPOCShuttle Payload of Opportunity Carrier (NASA)
SPOCSingle Parent Only Child (classification)
SPOCSpontaneous Oscillatory Contraction (biophysics)
SPOCSingle Person of Contact
SPOCSingle Point Orbit Calculator
SPOCScience Planning and Operations Center
SPOCSpecial Access Required (SAR) Programs Oversight Committee (USAF)
SPOCSteaming Pile of Crap
SPOCSimple Pieces of Cloth (baby carrier)
SPOCSupplemental Purchase Order Condition
SPOCSensorless Pump Off Controller (oilfield controller)
SPOCSecondary Point of Contact
SPOCSystems Programmer On Call
SPOCSaint Peters Old Collegians (Australian football club)
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Tokyo, Dec 17, 2013 - (ACN Newswire) - Beginning with their discovery of spontaneous oscillatory contraction (SPOC) of muscle, Prof.
We previously established that, using skinned muscle fibers placed in a Ca buffer, each sarcomere exhibited stable auto-oscillation of contraction and elongation under the fixed Ca concentration of approximately 1 uM, through careful measurements of muscle fiber tension (especially using thin bundles of myofibrils ~1 um in diameter); we termed this phenomenon as spontaneous oscillatory contraction (SPOC) (see recent review by S.
Measurement of spontaneous oscillatory contractions. The uterine strips were suspended in standard muscle baths that contained physiologic salt solution (PSS) composed of 116 mM NaCl, 4.6 mM KCl, 1.16 mM Na[H.sub.2][PO.sub.4] [multiplied by] [H.sub.2]O, 1.16 mM Mg[SO.sub.4] [multiplied by] 7[H.sub.2]O, 21.9 mM Na[HCO.sub.3], 1.8 mM Ca[Cl.sub.2] [multiplied by] 2[H.sub.2]O, 11.6 mM dextrose, and 0.03 mM Ca[Na.sub.2]EDTA at pH 7.4.
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