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Directory of computer users in nuclear medicine

Description: The Directory of Computer Users in Nuclear Medicine consists primarily of detailed descriptions and indexes to these descriptions. A typical Installation Description contains the name, address, type, and size of the institution and the names of persons within the institution who can be contacted for further information. If the department has access to a central computer facility for data analysis or timesharing, the type of equipment available and the method of access to that central computer is included. The dedicated data processing equipment used by the department in its nuclear medicine studies is described, including the peripherals, languages used, modes of data collection, and other pertinent information. Following the hardware descriptions are listed the types of studies for which the data processing equipment is used, including the language(s) used, the method of output, and an estimate of the frequency of the particular study. An Installation Index and an Organ Studies Index are also included. (PCS)
Date: September 1, 1979
Creator: Erickson, J.J.; Gurney, J. & McClain, W.J. (eds.)
Partner: UNT Libraries Government Documents Department

Petroleum-Engineering Study of the Hall-Gurney Oilfield, Russell County, Kansas

Description: Report issued by the Bureau of Mines over petroleum-engineering studies on the Hall-Gurney oilfield. As stated in the introduction, "this report describes the development, oil recovery, and potentialities of productive formations in the Hall-Gurney field, Russell County, Kansas" (p. 1). This report includes tables, maps, and illustrations.
Date: 1963
Creator: Riggs, C. H.; Heath, Larman J.; Ward, Don C. & Huff, Ray V.
Partner: UNT Libraries Government Documents Department

Influence of cell dissociation procedures on the tumorigenicity of Simian Virus 40 transformed fibroblasts

Description: Mouse fibroblasts transformed by Simian Virus 40 (SV40) were examined for tumor forming ability in syngeneic BALB/c mice following dissociation from tissue culture dishes by two procedures. A significantly greater in vivo proliferative capacity was observed for cells dissociated by the tryspin-EDTA procedure, with the injected cell dose for tumor production in 50 percent of recipient mice (the TPD$sub 50$) being 16-fold lower than the TPD$sub 50$ for cells dissociated by the EDTA procedure. Host immunosuppression with 300 rad whole-body $gamma$ irradiation led to a significant 7-fold decrease in the TPD$sub 50$ for cells dissociated by the EDTA procedure, while no significant decrease in TPD$sub 50$ was observed for cells dissociated by the tryspin-EDTA procedure. (auth)
Date: November 1, 1975
Creator: Tenforde, T.S.; Risius, J.; Beckmann, A.; Tobias, C.A. & Gurney, E.
Partner: UNT Libraries Government Documents Department

[Ken Curtis and Milburn Stone with unidentified woman]

Description: Photograph of Ken Curtis (left), and Milburn Stone (right), with an unidentified woman in the center. Another man stands to the left. They appear to be in some sort of basement with cinder blocks low ceilings. A heater, folding chair, and gurney or cot are also in the room.
Date: [1967..1968]
Creator: Dalco Photography
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections

[Ken Curtis with unidentified woman]

Description: Photograph of Ken Curtis (left), and Milburn Stone (right), with an unidentified woman in the center. They appear to be in some sort of basement with cinder blocks low ceilings. A heater, folding chair, and gurney or cot are also in the room.
Date: [1967..1968]
Creator: Dalco Photography
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections

[Ken Curtis with group of children]

Description: Photograph of Ken Curtis (left), and Milburn Stone (right), with two children and two unidentified people in the background. They appear to be in some sort of basement with cinder blocks low ceilings. A heater, folding chair, and gurney or cot are also in the room.
Date: [1967..1968]
Creator: Dalco Photography
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections

[Ken Curtis and Milburn Stone]

Description: Photograph of Ken Curtis (left), the star of the program "Gunsmoke", an unidentified young man, and Milburn Stone (right), in Odessa, Texas, 1967 or 1968. They appear to be in some sort of basement with cinder blocks low ceilings. A heater, folding chair, and gurney or cot are also in the room.
Date: [1967..1968]
Creator: Dalco Photography
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections

[News Clip: Billy George Wilkerson]

Description: Video footage from the WBAP-TV television station in Fort Worth, Texas, covering a news story about emergency personnel responding to reports of a building collapsing on Billy George Wilkerson on Clay Alley in North Dallas. Footage includes the Dallas Fire Department and police officers responding to the call, Wilkerson on a gurney, and witnesses. This footage is referenced by the script, "House Accident," which has not yet been digitized.
Date: August 4, 1966
Creator: WBAP-TV (Television station : Fort Worth, Tex.)
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections

An Analysis of the Impact of the Political Changes on Labor Unions in Egypt

Description: This study analyzes the impact of the political changes on labor unions in Egypt in the period from 1960 to 1967. In 1960-1961 Egypt became a socialist country with one political party, the Arab Socialist Union. As a result of that development in the political arena, a wave of socialist laws were introduced by the government, affecting not only the labor unions' traditional functions, but also the industrial relations system in general. The study came to the following conclusions. 1. The role of the labor unions in the industrial relations system and especially in formulating the socialist laws was minimized in Egypt in the 1960-1967 period. 2. From an economic point of view, the socialist laws in the 1960-1967 period had restrained economic development process by reducing savings, not supplying the economy with skilled productive workers, causing inflation, and the wage structure did not work as an incentive system to stimulate productivity. 3. The socialist laws did not achieve any of their expected objectives partly because no one except the government was involved in these laws' formulation and implementation. 4. Except for the small increase in wages, the average worker did not achieve any tangible benefits that could improve his economic and social status. 5. The existence of political control over labor unions and over the industrial relations system will continue and persist as long as labor unions do not have effective leadership and as long as there is no political opposition to the government.
Date: August 1977
Creator: Elsabbagh, Zoheir N.
Partner: UNT Libraries

Electric gun: a new tool for ultrahigh-pressure research

Description: We have developed a new tool for ultrahigh-pressure research at LLL. This system, which we call the electric gun, has already achieved thin flyer plate velocities in excess of 20 km/s and pressures of the order of 2 TPa in tantalum. We believe that the electric gun is competitive with laser- and nuclear-driven methods of producing shocks in the 1-to-5 TPa range because of its precision and ease and economy of operation. Its development is recommended for shock initiation studies, dry runs for Site 300 hydroshots, and as a shock wave generator for surface studies.
Date: April 23, 1979
Creator: Weingart, R.C.; Chau, H.H.; Goosman, D.R.; Hofer, W.W.; Honodel, C.A.; Lee, R.S. et al.
Partner: UNT Libraries Government Documents Department

Observations of vaporizing water-in-fuel emulsion droplets

Description: These observations in a Leidenfrost-type experiment allowed one to distinguish between different mechanisms in the emulsion combustion process. Three events were observed: disruptions, heterogeneously nucleated vapor explosions, and homogeneously nucleated vapor explosions. The last event greatly enhances combustion. The cenospheres, carbospheres or oil-coke particles formed will be reduced or eliminated by the vapor explosions, and any small solid fragments are likely to be consumed in the enhanced combustion processes. (DLC)
Date: January 1, 1980
Creator: Sheffield, S.A.; Baer, M.R. & Denison, G.J.
Partner: UNT Libraries Government Documents Department

Bone Marrow Activity in Vitro Under the Influence of Anemic Serum and Human Erythropoietin

Description: A method is described for observing the uptake of Fe by rat bone marrow cells in vitro. Results of experiments on effects of anemic serum and human erythropoietin are presented with a brief discussion. It is concluded that the differences in uptake of Fe/sup 59/ are the result of isotope dilution. (auth)
Date: May 1, 1960
Creator: Beck, J. S.
Partner: UNT Libraries Government Documents Department

Preliminary experiments using light-initiated high explosive for driving thin flyer plates. [SASN]

Description: Light-initiated high explosive, silver acelytide - silver-nitrate (SASN), has been used to produce simulated x ray blow-off impulse loading on reentry vehicles to study the system structural response. SASN can be used to accelerate thin flyer plates to high terminal velocities which, in turn, can deliver a pressure pulse that can be tailored to the target material. This process is important for impulse tests where both structural and material response is desired. The theories used to calculate the dynamic state of the flyer plate prior to impact are summarized. Data from several experiments are presented which indicate that thin flyer plates can be properly accelerated and that there are predictive techniques available which are adequate to calculate the motion of the flyer plate. Recommendations are made for future study that must be undertaken to make the SASN flyer plate technique usable.
Date: February 1, 1980
Creator: Benham, R.A.
Partner: UNT Libraries Government Documents Department