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Nicolas Rashevsky grad student 1942 Chicago
 (Studies in the mathematical biophysics of cell division)


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Robert I. Macey grad student 1955 Chicago (Physiology Academic Tree)
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Landahl HD, Garzon J, Lee NM. (1989) Computer analysis of the effect of beta-endorphin and dynorphin and related compounds on opioid binding to mouse brain membrane Computers in Biology and Medicine. 19: 151-162
Landahl HD. (1987) Approximate solution for capillary exchange models with and without axial mixing Bulletin of Mathematical Biology. 49: 719-727
Landahl HD, Gold G, Grodsky GM. (1987) Model of synthesis and release of insulin from rat islet β-cells and the effect of pretreatment with tolbutamide Bulletin of Mathematical Biology. 49: 379-394
Gold G, Pou J, Gishizky ML, et al. (1986) Effects of tolbutamide pretreatment on the rate of conversion of newly synthesized proinsulin to insulin and the compartmental characteristics of insulin storage in isolated rat islets Diabetes. 35: 6-12
Lee NM, Landahl H. (1986) Dynorphin: specific binding to opiate receptors Nida Research Monograph. 71: 19-27
Levin VA, Landahl HD. (1985) Pharmacokinetic approaches to drug distribution in the cerebrospinal fluid based on ventricular administration in beagle dogs Journal of Pharmacokinetics and Biopharmaceutics. 13: 387-403
Landahl HD, Garzón J, Lee NM. (1985) Mathematical modeling of opiate binding to mouse brain membrane Bulletin of Mathematical Biology. 47: 503-512
Landahl HD, Garzon MF, Lee NM. (1985) Mathematical modeling of opiate bindings to rat brain membrane Federation Proceedings. 44: No. 1167
Levin VA, Dolginow D, Landahl HD. (1984) Relationship of octanol/water partition coefficient and molecular weight to cellular permeability and partitioning in S49 lymphoma cells Pharmaceutical Research. 259-266
Davis CG, Hestrin S, Landahl H, et al. (1983) Activation of acetylcholine receptors causes the partition of hydrophobic cations into postsynaptic membrane vesicles. Nature. 302: 525-8
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