experimental physiology

experimental physiology

a branch of the study of physiology in which the functions of various body systems are evaluated in a clinical laboratory setting by using animals or, in some cases, human subjects.
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TEHRAN (FNA)- A high-fructose, high-fat diet can cause harmful effects to the livers of adult rats, according to new research published in Experimental Physiology, providing new insight into the effects of adding fructose to a Western diet high in fat.
The study is published in journal Experimental Physiology.
39) From the 1870s a new generation of scientists-spearheaded by the Baden-born "radical empiricist" Wilhelm Maximilian Wundt (40)--began "combining with psychological observation the methods of experimental physiology.
Pharmacology, having strong roots in experimental physiology, developed in the western world into a field in which biologically active compounds of either natural or synthetic origin were investigated for their properties to change organ and bodily functions.
Kurstjens received his advanced degrees in medicine and experimental physiology from University of the Witwatersrand Medical School in Johannesburg before practicing pediatrics in both South Africa and the United Kingdom.
The imperial laboratory; experimental physiology and clinical medicine in post-Crimean Russia.
A recent issue of the journal Experimental Physiology published the discovery of researchers at the University of Illinois of an anti-inflammatory effect for vitamin E in an animal model of inflammation.
This research is supported by another study actually published at the same time by an Indian research group led by Arkadeb Dutta in Experimental Physiology.
Galen (AD 180): founder of experimental physiology.
The book's true claim to originality is as a compelling story of experimental physiology delivered into the overarching milieu of consciousness studies and bringing with it clarity and simplicity.
The real importance of this experiment in this species, which is closest to humans, is in relation to the basic principles for diet for infants, children, and young adults," says lead investigator Derek Denton of the Howard Florey Institute of Experimental Physiology and Medicine at the University of Melbourne in Australia.

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