Reissner

Reiss·ner

(rīs'nĕr),
Ernst, German anatomist, 1824-1878. See: Reissner fiber, Reissner membrane.
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LaminB1 was expressed in the nucleus of the SGCs, hair cells (including OHCs and IHCs), Kolliker's organ, Reissner's membrane, and STV (including spiral ligament and spiral limbus) (Figure 1).
The pottery was founded by Hans and Carl Reissner, Rudolf Kessel and Edward Stellmacher in Turn-Teplitz, Bohemia, in 1892.
Neupert, C., Schneider, R., Klatt, O., Reissner, C., Repetto, D., Biermann, B., Niesmann, K., Missler, M.
For readers interested in the fundamentals of foundation engineering and their history, Baars explore the analysis of the bearing capacity of shallow foundations since Ludwig Prandtl's 1920 article "About the hardness of a plastic body." He consider Prandtl's work in relation to that of Hans Jacob Reissner, and the original publications by the two in 1920 and 1924.
Dallas-based independent insurance agency, CoVerica, added Paul Reissner as senior vice president to head up a new and expanded sales effort.
[11.] Katili, I., Batoz, J., Jauhari, I., and Hamdouni, A., The Development of DKMQ Plate Bending Element for Thick to Thin Shell Analysis based on the Naghdi / Reissner / Mindlin Shell Theory, Finite Element in Analysis and Design, 100, 2015, pp.
[2], for example, the well-known spherically symmetric solutions of Schwarzschild, Reissner and Nordstrom, Tolman, and Friedmann.
Besides, the Reissner thick plate theory, the Vlasov plate theory [13], and the long-beam theory [14] are often used to analyze the initial and periodic fracture laws of the ultra-thick hard roof.
Moreover, other structures (e.g., tectorial membrane and Reissner's membrane) in the cochlea have also been suggested to be capable of supporting wave propagation inside the cochlea [21, 22], but their contribution to the cochlear mechanical dynamics has not been thoroughly studied and determined.
Individuals with mental disorders are particularly vulnerable to using psychoactive substances and developing substance use disorders, compared to populations without these disorders (Reissner et al., 2012; Swendsen et al., 2010).