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Computed estimates of maximum temperature elevations in fetal tissues during transabdominal pulsed Doppler examinations.

Bly SH, Vlahovich S, Mabee PR, Hussey RG.

Ultrasound Med Biol. 1992;18(4):389-97.

PMID:
1509614
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THE INFLUENCE OF X-RAYS ON THE DEVELOPMENT OF DROSOPHILA LARVAE.

Hussey RG, Thompson WR, Calhoun ET.

Science. 1927 Jul 15;66(1698):65-6. No abstract available.

PMID:
17735569
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A METHOD FOR THE QUANTITATIVE DETERMINATION OF TRYPSIN AND PEPSIN.

Northrop JH, Hussey RG.

J Gen Physiol. 1923 Jan 20;5(3):353-8.

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THE INFLUENCE OF X-RAYS ON THE PROPERTIES OF BLOOD.

Hussey RG.

J Gen Physiol. 1922 May 20;4(5):511-6.

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EFFECT OF SMALL DOSES OF X-RAYS ON HYPERTROPHIED TONSILS AND OTHER LYMPHOID STRUCTURES OF THE NASOPHARYNX.

Murphy JB, Witherbee WD, Craig SL, Hussey RG, Sturm E.

J Exp Med. 1921 May 31;33(6):815-32.

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EFFECT OF INDUCED CELLULAR REACTION ON THE FATE OF CANCER GRAFTS : IV. STUDIES ON LYMPHOID ACTIVITY.

Murphy JB, Hussey RG, Sturm E, Nakahara W.

J Exp Med. 1921 Feb 28;33(3):315-26.

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STUDIES ON X-RAY EFFECTS : VI. EFFECT OF THE CELLULAR REACTION INDUCED BY X-RAYS ON CANCER GRAFTS.

Murphy JB, Hussey RG, Nakahara W, Sturm E.

J Exp Med. 1921 Feb 28;33(3):299-313.

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