Robert P. Geyer

Nutrition Harvard University, Cambridge, MA, United States 
perfluorocarbon-based blood substitutes
"Robert P. Geyer"
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Conrad (Arnold) Elvehjem grad student 1947 UW Madison
Edwin B. Hart grad student 1947 UW Madison
 (The effect of the carbohydrate and vitamin content of the diet on the nutritive value of fats)


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Vern L. Schramm research assistant 1963-1965 Harvard
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Barry BE, Geyer RP, Brain JD. (1988) Pulmonary effects of blood replacement with a perfluorochemical emulsion followed by exposure to 85% oxygen or air American Review of Respiratory Disease. 138: 435-444
Geyer RP. (1988) Perfluorochemicals as oxygen transport vehicles Biomaterials, Artificial Cells, and Artificial Organs. 16: 31-49
Chu ShW, Geyer RP, Walker WA. (1987) myo-Inositol action on gerbil intestine: Alterations in alkaline phosphatase activity upon phosphatidylinositol depletion and repletion in vivo Bba - Molecular Cell Research. 929: 220-225
Geyer RP. (1987) Perfluorochemicals as oxygen transport vehicles. Biomaterials, Artificial Cells, and Artificial Organs. 15: 329-32
Geyer RP. (1987) Perfluorochemical blood substitutes Trasfusione Del Sangue. 32: 256-262
Menasche P, Pinard E, Desroches AM, et al. (1985) Fluorocarbons: A potential treatment of cerebral air embolism in open-heart surgery Annals of Thoracic Surgery. 40: 494-497
Bernard M, Menasche P, Canioni P, et al. (1985) Enhanced cardioplegic protection by a fluorocarbon-oxygenated reperfusate: a phosphorus-31 nuclear magnetic resonance study. The Journal of Surgical Research. 39: 216-23
Geyer RP. (1985) Surfactants and perfluorochemical emulsions for use in blood replacement preparations International Anesthesiology Clinics. 23: 25-36
Menasche P, Escorsin M, Birkui P, et al. (1985) Limitations of fluorocarbons in reducing myocardial infarct size The American Journal of Cardiology. 55: 830-834
Shu-Heh Chu W, Hoban CJ, Owen AJ, et al. (1985) Platelet-derived growth factor stimulates rapid polyphosphoinositide breakdown in fetal human fibroblasts Journal of Cellular Physiology. 124: 391-396
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