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Abstract

Papers of Benjamin W. Zweifach, pioneering researcher in the field of microcirculation and co-founder of the Bioengineering Department at the University of California, San Diego. Zweifach served as professor of bioengineering at UCSD from 1966-1981 and was designated emeritus professor of bioengineering in 1981. His areas of specialization included cardiovascular physiology, the lymphatic system, the inflammatory process, blood-tissue exchange, shock, blood rheology, and the contribution of endothelial cells and the blood leukocytes to the microcirculatory imbalance in hypertension and diabetes. The papers include correspondence, writings and original research by Zweifach, writings by others annotated by Zweifach, and photographs, slides and films related to Zweifach's life and research.

Biography

Born in New York City to Eastern European immigrants in 1911, Benjamin W. Zweifach received a B.S. degree in biology in 1931 from the College of the City of New York and a Ph.D. in cellular physiology from New York University Medical College in 1936. His first publications were some of the earliest micromanipulative studies of the capillary blood vessels in living tissue. Beginning with these studies, Zweifach devoted his career to the study of the smallest blood vessels in the circulation system.

Zweifach was an assistant professor and associate professor of physiology at Cornell Medical School from 1947-1952. He returned to New York University, serving as associate professor of biology and pathology until 1958 and then as professor of pathology until 1966. Having established himself as a leading researcher in the field of microcirculation, Zweifach decided to learn and use engineering methods to further his studies. He went to the California Institute of Technology as a visiting professor in 1964, collaborating with engineers like Harold Wayland, Yuan-Cheng Fung, and Marcos Intaglietta. In 1966, he accepted an appointment as professor of bioengineering in the Department of Applied Mechanics and Engineering Sciences (AMES) at the University of California, San Diego. The Bioengineering Program began in 1966 as a joint enterprise between the School of Medicine and the general university campus. One of the earliest programs of its kind, the department continued to grow and receive international recognitition for its pioneering work in education and research. The program continued a close association with the School of Medicine after it became an independent department in 1994. Zweifach remained affiliated with the department for 28 years, guiding its success and working in the laboratory.

While Zweifach was an active member of many medical and engineering societies, he was especially involved in the Microcirculatory Society, an organization he had helped found in 1954. He served as its president in 1960 and 1979. During his second term in office, Zweifach assisted in the organization of the Second World Congress for Microcirculation, which was held at UCSD in conjunction with the 25th anniversary meeting of the Microcirculatory Society. Recognizing his role as a leader in microcirculation research, the Microcirculatory Society began presenting the Benjamin W. Zweifach Award annually in 1982.

Benjamin Zweifach died in 1997.

Scope and Content of Collection

The papers of Benjamin W. Zweifach, professor of bioengineering and researcher in microcirculation physiology, include correspondence with other researchers, reprints of published papers, unpublished writings and notes, annotated copies of other researchers's writings, correspondence and planning documents related to several microcirculation conferences and professional organizations, teaching materials from courses at UCSD, photographs of Zweifach, and technical photographs, slides and 16mm film related to his research. Most of the material documents the latter part of Zweifach's career following 1970. The materials are arranged in eleven series: 1) BIOGRAPHICAL MATERIAL, 2) CORRESPONDENCE, 3) WRITINGS AND RESEARCH, 4) WRITINGS OF OTHERS, 5) TEACHING MATERIALS, 6) SUBJECT FILES, 7) CONFERENCES AND MEETINGS, 8) PROFESSIONAL ORGANIZATIONS, 9) PHOTOGRAPHS, SLIDES, AND FILMS, 10) MISCELLANEOUS MATERIALS, and 11) ORIGINALS OF PRESERVATION PHOTOCOPIES.

SERIES 1: BIOGRAPHICAL MATERIALS

The BIOGRAPHICAL MATERIALS series, arranged alphabetically, contains several versions of Zweifach's bio-bibliography prepared for UCSD. The series also gathers awards and certificates received by Zweifach. Newspaper articles about Zweifach and his career are also included in the series.

SERIES 2: CORRESPONDENCE

The CORRESPONDENCE series documents Zweifach's relationships with other researchers and educators. Correspondence related to individual publications is located in the Writings and Research series.

SERIES 3: WRITINGS AND RESEARCH

The WRITINGS AND RESEARCH series gathers reprints, drafts, notes, and other documents that reflect Zweifach's work in the field of microcirculation. The series is arranged in six subseries: A) Published Writings, B) Unpublished Writings, C) Lectures, D) Notes and Data, E) Proposals and Grants, and F) Film Narrations.

A) The Published Writings subseries contains reprints, drafts, and notes for many published works by Zweifach. The subseries begins with a folder containing a numbered publications list and photocopies of the table of contents for several previously bound volumes of reprints. Though titles from both publications lists are missing from the collection, these lists can be used as an index to the subseries. Because of variations in numbering and order on the two lists, the writings have been arranged in chronological order and foldered by year. Any ancillary material related to a published title, such as notes, preprints, correspondence, or drafts, has been foldered with the reprint.

B) The Unpublished Writings subseries, arranged alphabetically, contains notes and drafts of manuscripts not found in published form.

C) The Lectures subseries contains drafts and final copies of talks and symposium lectures given by Zweifach at conferences and professional meetings. The subseries is arranged alphabetically by title.

D) The Notes and Data subseries contains handwritten notes and data tables arranged alphabetically by title.

E) The Proposals and Grants subseries gathers materials related to Zweifach's participation in federal grant programs, university programs, and prospective cooperative programs with other universities. The subseries is arranged alphabetically by title.

F) The Film Narrations subseries contains correspondence and manuscripts documenting Zweifach's involvement in several microcirculation films. The subseries is arranged alphabetically by title.

SERIES 4: WRITINGS BY OTHERS

The WRITINGS BY OTHERS series is arranged alphabetically by author and contains writings by UCSD faculty and graduate students, as well as many international researchers.

SERIES 5: TEACHING MATERIALS

The TEACHING MATERIALS series, arranged alphabetically, consists of lecture notes, syllabi, and readings from several courses Zweifach taught at UCSD.

SERIES 6: SUBJECT FILES

The SUBJECT FILES series is arranged alphabetically. Unlike the Notes and Data subseries in the collection, the material in this series combines writings by others on various subjects and lists of references with Zweifach's own original notes and research. The material documents Zweifach's research interests in microcirculation and his involvement in bioengineering education.

SERIES 7: CONFERENCES AND MEETINGS

The CONFERENCES AND MEETINGS series documents Zweifach's participation in national and international symposiums on topics related to bioengineering, physiology, and microcirculation. The material consists of correspondence, planning documents, newsletters, and audiotape recordings and is arranged alphabetically by meeting title.

SERIES 8: PROFESSIONAL ORGANIZATIONS

The PROFESSIONAL ORGANIZATIONS material documents Zweifach's involvement in national and international microcirculation, physiology, and bioengineering organizations. His participation in the Microcirculatory Society is well documented. Included are planning documents for several World Congresses for Microcirculation and material related to the administration of the Microcirculatory Society's Benjamin W. Zweifach Award. The series is arranged alphabetically by organization title.

SERIES 9: PHOTOGRAPHS, SLIDES, AND FILMS

The PHOTOGRAPHS, SLIDES, AND FILMS series is arranged in four subseries: A) People, B) Research, C) Slides, and D) Films. Each subseries is arranged alphabetically by title.

A) The People subseries contains images of Zweifach and other researchers as well as three photograph albums documenting the Second World Congress of Microcirculation and the 25th anniversary meeting of the Microcirculatory Society.

B) The Research subseries gathers photographs, illustrations, and data tables found in the collection and arranged by the titles found on the original folders. Most of these images appear to have been included in publications and reports.

C) The Slides subseries includes both identified and unidentified slides used by Zweifach for teaching and other presentations

D) The Films series contains several reels of 16mm film that have been partially identified using the notes on the film cannister and a precursory physical examination of the film itself. The films appear to present several microcirculation experiments for classroom use.

SERIES 10: MISCELLANEOUS MATERIALS

The MISCELLANEOUS MATERIALS series, arranged alphabetically, contains ephemera related to Zweifach's research and his career at UCSD, including academic program brochures and posters for lectures on the University's campus.

SERIES 11: ORIGINALS OF PRESERVATION PHOTOCOPIES

The ORIGINALS OF PRESERVATION PHOTOCOPIES series contains the originals of fragile documents that have been photocopied.

BIOGRAPHICAL MATERIAL

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1 1 Awards.
1 2 Bio-bibliography for the University of California, San Diego, 1967 - 1997.
1 3 Newspaper articles.

CORRESPONDENCE

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1 4 A - Miscellaneous.
1 5 Aronson, Moshe, 1990 - 1991.
1 6 B - Miscellaneous.
1 7 Barker, John H., 1992 - 1995.
1 8-9 C-D - Miscellaneous.
1 10 Davis, Eli, 1957 - 1995.
1 11-15 E-I - Miscellaneous.
1 16 Ishii, Hiromasa, 1994 - 1996.
1 17 Johnston, Miles G., 1983 - 1984.
1 18-20 K-M - Miscellaneous.
1 21 MVR: Microvascular Research - David Shepro, 1991 - 1993.
1 22 O - Miscellaneous.
1 23-24 R-S - Miscellaneous.
1 25 Suzuki, Jun, 1985 - 1987.
1 26 T - Miscellaneous.
1 27 University of California, San Diego - Institute for Biomedical Engineering, 1992 - 1994.
1 28 University of California, San Diego - Miscellaneous.
1 29 Veterans Administration, 1986 - 1987.
1 30 W - Miscellaneous.
1 31 Xui, Rui-Juan, 1986 - 1997.
1 32 Z - Miscellaneous.
1 33 Zhao, Ke-seng, 1991 - 1997.
1 34 Letters of Recommendation.
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WRITINGS AND RESEARCH

Published Writings

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1 35 Publications list - No entries for numbers 51, 128, and 150. Includes the table of contents for bound volumes with different order and numbering than publications list.
Reprints.
1 36-38 1930 - 1949.
2 1-5 1950 - 1970.
3 1-3 1971 - 1986.
4 1-4 1987 - 1997.

Unpublished Writings

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5 1 Bibliographic Highlights, 1987 - 1988.
5 2 Bioengineering Aspects of Circulatory Changes Related to Aging, 1969.
5 3 Bioengineering Training in Clinical and Basic Sciences. Graduate Training Program - Department of Health, Education, and Welfare - Public Health Service - B.W. Zweifach and Y.C. Fung.
5 4 Capillary bed.
5 5 Career overview.
5 6 Collected Reprints. Bibliography, 1986 - 1997.
5 7 Fortieth Anniversary of the U.S.A. Microcirculatory Society, 1994.
5 8 General Topics of Current Interest - 1994 Resume.
5 9 "Hemodynamic Changes Induced by Chemotactic Agent in Rat Cremaster Muscle Microcirculation" by Jun Suzuki, Geert W. Schmid-Schonbein, and Benjamin W. Zweifach.
Jun Suzuki, Geert W. Schmid-Schonbein, and Benjamin W. Zweifach.
5 10 "Hemorrhagic Hypotension and Microcirculatory Homeostasis: Insight into Microvascular Homeostasis Provided by Studies on the Irreversible Hemorrhagic Shock Model, 1930-1990", 1995.
5 11 Historical background of microcirculation.
5 12 Historical Overview of Microcirculation.
5 13 Hypertension/Activation.
5 14 Inflammatory moderators.
5 15 Inflammatory Process.
5 16 Microcirculation in the Human Skin.
5 17 Microcirculation Revisited: Fifty Years Later.
5 18 Microcirculatory Aspects of the Inflammatory Process - A State of the Art Review, 1985.
5 19 Microvascular Abnormalities in Patients with Hypertension and with Both Hypertension and Diabetes.
5 20 Microvascular Changes in Conjunctiva of Diabetic Patients, 1992.
5 21 Microvascular Changes in the Conjunctiva of Insulin-Dependent Diabetics. XII European Conference on Microcirculation. Abstract.
5 22 Microvascular Dynamics in Man as an Approach for Therapeutic Management of Disease.
5 23 Microvascular Indices of Aging in the Bulbar Conjunctiva of Man, 1986 - 1989.
5 24 Optimal Design Principle, 1987.
5 25 Overview of Pericyte Functional Activity, 1996.
5 26 Overview of the Microcirculation, 1993 - 1997.
5 27 Overview of the Microcirculatory Status in Hypertension, 1986.
5 28 Structural and Functional Organization of Peripheral Vascular Bed - Outline, 1992.
5 29 "Tunnel in Gel" Concept Updated - Do All Blood Capillaries Behave as Rigid Tubes?.
5 30 Workshop on Microvascular Terminology.
5 31 Workshop on Terminology for the Microcirculation, 1984 - 1986.
5 32 Miscellaneous & unidentified.
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6 1 Design of the Microcirculation - "Beijing Talk", 1987.
6 2 Flow of Life - As Seen Through the Microscope. University of California, San Diego - School of Medicine Staff Appreciation Lecture Series, 1984.
6 3 Flow of Life. University of California, San Diego - School of Medicine Faculty Distinguished Lecture, 1987.
6 4 Historical Perspective of Modern Concepts of the Microcirculation - Lecture, 1986 - 1993.
6 5 Introduction - Homeostasis. Lecture, symposium unidentified.
6 6 Introductory Remarks - Sixth World Congress for Microcirculation. The Charles Michel Lecture Commemorating the E.H. Starling Centennial Anniversary. Typescript, notes, and reprint, 1991.
6 7 M.H. Knisely Memorial Lecture. Long and short versions.
6 8 Microcirculationist's View of the Hypertensive Syndrome. Talk to be delivered at XIII Meeting of the European Society for Microcirculation - Linkoping, Sweden, June, 1986.
6 9 Opening address. Addressee unidentified.
6 10 Regulatory Adjustments of the Microvascular Network - Lecture.
6 11 Tsushima Symposium Summary.
6 12 Y.C. Fung testimonial. On the occasion of Fung being honored by the San Diego Chinese American Scientists and Engineers Association, 1992.

Notes and Data

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6 13 Acute Inflammation.
6 14 Acute Inflammatory Process.
6 15 Arteriolar blood flow.
6 16 Arteriolar tone.
6 17 Basic Purpose of Microcirculation as a Functional Unit.
6 18 Cat Mesentery (Normal and Isolated) - Pressure Velocity Distribution. Collected data.
6 19 Charts and tables used in slide presentations.
6 20 Chemokine receptors.
6 21 Diabetes.
6 22 Endothelial cell.
6 23 Endothelial cell as transducer.
7 1 Exercise and microcirculation.
7 2 Hemorrhagic shock.
7 3 Hypertension.
7 4 Hypertension syndrome.
7 5 Hypoxia.
7 6 Illustrations for general talk.
7 7 Inflammation.
7 8 Juvenile diabetes.
7 9 Laboratory notebook, 1939 - 1940.
7 10 Lymphatics and interstitial pressure.
7 11 Lymphocytes.
7 12 Microcirculation - General.
7 13 Microcirculation as an Organic Unit.
7 14 Microvascular behavior during hemorrhagic hypertension.
7 15 Microvascular pressure.
7 16 New approaches to microcirculation.
7 17 Nitrous oxide.
7 18 Pathology inflammation.
7 19 Possible symposium topics.
7 20 Pressure Differences in Branching Configurations.
7 21 Rat Spinotrapezius data, 1973 - 1976.
7 22 References.
7 23 Resistance.
7 24 Resistance vessels.
7 25-27 Seminar notes, 1994 - 1997.
8 1 Sequential Investigations of the Microcirculation System, 1940 - 1990.
8 2 Smooth muscle.
8 3 Spontaneously Hypertensive Rats (SHR).
8 4 Systemic hemodynamics.
8 5 Tone.
8 6 Transvascular bed research.
8 7 Tungsten diet in hypertension.
8 8 University of California San Diego - Institute for Biomedical Engineering.
8 9 Vascular controls.
8 10 Vascular smooth muscle.
8 11 Zurich illustrations - tone.
8 12-15 Notes - Miscellaneous.
9 1-2 Notes - Miscellaneous.

Proposals and Grants

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9 3 Bioengineering Aspects of Circulatory Changes Related to Aging - Program proposal, 1969.
9 4 Biomechanics of Blood Cells, Vessels, and Microcirculation - Grant. Project site visit report, 1994.
9 5 Conjunctival Microcirculation in Diabetes Mellitus - Grant. Awarded by the National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute, 1978 - 1986.
9 6 Contributory Factors in the Deterioration of Microcirculation in Diabetes Mellitus, 1982 - 1984.
9 7 Chinese National Workshop on Microcirculation - Proposal, 1985.
9 8 Microvascular Manifestations of Juvenile Diabetes - Proposal, 1993.
9 9 University of California, San Diego - An Academic Plan for Graduate and Undergraduate Training...
9 10 University of California, San Diego - Bioengineering Programs - Proposals.
9 11 Validity of Morphometric Analysis of Small Blood Vessels in Conjunctiva of Patients with Diabetes Mellitus. Appendices for grant, 1976 - 1977.

Film Narrations

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9 12 Acute Inflammatory Response, 1972.
9 13 Hemorrhagic Shock.
9 14 Laser Damage to Endothelium.
9 15 Skeletal Muscle Microcirculation.

WRITINGS BY OTHERS

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10 1 Baez, Silvio - Microvascular Hypersensitivity Subsequent to Chemical Denervation, 1967.
10 2 Bohlen, H. Glenn - Localization of Vascular Resistance Changes During Hypertension.
10 3 Buga, Georgette M. - Negative Feedback Regulation of Endothelial Cell Function by Nitric Oxide, 1993.
10 4 Chambers, J. David - Endocytosis of B2 Integrins by Stimulated Human Neutrophils Analyzed by Flow Cytometry, 1993.
10 5 Ditzel, Jorn - Relationship of Blood Protein Composition to Intravascular Erythrocyte Aggregation (Sludged Blood), 1959.
10 6 Escalante, Bruno - Chronic Treatment With Tin Normalizes Blood Pressure in Spontaneously Hypertensive Rats, 1991.
10 7 Faber, James E. - Microvascular Response to Blockade of Prostaglandin Synthesis in Rat Skeletal Muscle, 1982.
10 8 Fehsel, Karin - Islet Cell DNA Is a Target of Inflammatory Attack by Nitric Oxide, 1993.
10 9 Fine, Jacob - The Bacterial Factor in Traumatic Shock, 1959.
10 10 Forbes, T.L. - Leukocyte Activity and Tissue Injury Following Ischemia Reperfusion in Skeletal Muscle, 1996.
10 11 Furchgott, Robert F. - The Pharmacology of Vascular Smooth Muscle, 1955.
10 12 Ge, Tong - Endothelium-Dependent Contractions Are Associated With Both Augmented Expression of Prostaglandin H Synthase-1 and Hypersensitivity to Prostaglandin H2 in the SHR Aorta, 1995.
10 13 Gobe, G. - Apoptosis Occurs in Endothelial Cells during Hypertension-Induced Microvascular Rarefaction, 1997.
10 14 Haselton, F.R. - Neutrophil-Endothelial Interactions in a Cell-Column Model of the Microvasculature: Effects of fMLP, 1996.
10 15 Hashimoto, Kozo - Abnormalities in the Hypothalamo-Pituitary-Adrenal Axis in the Spontaneously Hypertensive Rats during Development of Hypertension, 1989.
10 16 Hershey, James C. - Endotoxin Induces Metabolic Dysregulation of Vascular Tone, 1993.
10 17 Hoppeler, H. - Capillarity and Oxidative Capacity of Muscles, 1988.
10 18 Huang, An - Endothelial Dysfunction Augments Myogenic Constriction in Hypertension, 1993.
10 19 Huang, An - Both Nitric Oxide and Prostaglandin-Mediated Responses are Impaired in Skeletal Muscle Arterioles of Hypertensive Rats, 1996.
10 20 Kaley, Gabor - Regulation of Arteriolar Tone and Responses Via L-arginine Pathway in Skeletal Muscle, 1992.
10 21 Kedem, O. - Thermodynamic Analysis of the Permeability of Biological Membranes to Non-Electrolytes, 1958.
10 22 Klut, Maria - Activation-Associated Changes in Blood and Bone Marrow Neutrophils, 1997.
10 23 Koller, A. - EDRF Released From Microvascular Endothelial Cells Dilates Arterioles In Vivo, 1991.
10 24 Koller, Akos - Impaired Nitric Oxide-Mediated Flow-Induced Dilation in Arterioles of Spontaneously Hypertensive Rats, 1994.
10 25 Kurose, Iwao - Modulation of Ischemia/Reperfusion-Induced Microvascular Dysfunction by Nitric Oxide, 1994.
10 26 Landis, Eugene M. - Capillary Pressure and Capillary Permeability, 1934.
10 27 Laniado-Schwartzman, Michal - The Renal Cytochrome P-450 Arachidonic Acid System, 1992.
10 28 Lehr, Hans-Anton - Vitamin C Prevents Cigarette Smoke-Induced Leukocyte Aggregation and Adhesion to Endothelium In Vivo, 1994.
10 29 Lindpainter, Klaus - The Cardiac Renin-Angiotensin System: A Synopsis of Current Experimental and Clinical Data, 1991.
10 30 Mahler, F. - In Vivo Comparison of the Nailfold Capillary Diameter as Determined by Using the Erythrocyte Column and FITC-Labelled Albumin, 1983.
10 31 Makita, Keiko - Cytochrome P450, the Arachidonic Acid Cascade, and Hypertension: New Vistas for an Old Enzyme System, 1996.
10 32 Matsukawa, Naomichi - Dahl's Salt-resistant Normotensive Rat Has Mutations in Cytochrome P450 (11B), But the Salt-Sensitive Hypertensive Rat Does Not, 1993.
10 33 Mchedlishvili, G.I. - Mechanisms of Change in Capillary Circulation. Translated for Dr. B.W. Zweifach of the New York University Bellevue Medical Center by Joseph C. Zinker, 1957.
10 34 Messina, Edward J. - Role of Endothelium-Derived Prostaglandins in Hypoxia-Elicited Arteriolar Dilation in Rat Skeletal Muscle, 1992.
10 35 Miller, V.M. - Interactions Between Neural and Endothelial Mechanisms in Control of Vascular Tone, 1991.
10 36 Moon, Virgil H. - Similarities and Distinctions Between Shock and the Effects of Hemorrhage, 1941.
10 37 Nicoll, Paul A. - Formation and Flow of Lymph and Lymphatic Permeability, 1973.
10 38 Oda, T. - Inhibition Site of Dexamethasone on Extravasation of Polymorphonuclear Leukocytes in the Hamster Cheek Pouch Microcirculation, 1992.
10 39 Okamoto, Mitsuhiro - Cytochrome P450(11B): Structure-Function Relationship of the Enzyme and Its Involvement in Blood Pressure Regulation, 1994.
10 40 Osol, George - Protein Kinase C Modulates Basal Myogenic Tone in Resistance Arteries from the Cerebral Circulation, 1991.
10 41 Panes, Julian - Apigenin Inhibits Tumor Necrosis Factor-Induced Intercellular Adhesion Molecule-1 Upregulation In Vivo, 1996.
10 42 Penner, S.S. - The First Decade (1964-74) of the AMES Department at UCSD, 1995.
10 43 Potter, R.F. - Measurement of Tissue Viability Using Intravital Microscopy and Fluorescent Nuclear Dyes, 1995.
10 44 Rappaport, A.M. - The Microcirculatory Hepatic Unit, 1973.
10 45 Richter, Johan - L-Selectin Mediates Downregulation of Neutrophil TNF Receptors, 1994.
10 46 Ridker, Paul M. - Inflammation, Aspirin, and the Risk of Cardiovascular Disease in Apparently Healthy Men, 1997.
10 47 Rieder, M.J. - Suppression of Angiotensin-Converting Enzyme Expression and Activity by Shear Stress, 1997.
10 48 Roth, David R. - Capillary Distensibility in the Frog Mesentery, 1973.
10 49 Ruderman, Neil B. - Glucose and Diabetic Vascular Disease, 1992.
10 50 Saad, Mario J.A. - Modulation of Insulin Receptor, Insulin Receptor Substrate-1, and Phosphatidylinositol 3-Kinase in Liver and Muscle Dexamethasone-Treated Rats, 1993.
10 51 Safar, Michel E. - Resistance and Conduit Arteries Following Converting Enzyme Inhibition in Hypertension, 1997.
10 52 Schmid-Schoenbein, Geert W. - Summary of a Recent Discussion on a Geometric-Statistical Description of the Arcading Arterioles, 1983.
10 53 Selye, Hans - The Evolution of the Stress Concept, 1973.
10 54 Sobin, Sidney - Aging and the Microvasculature.
11 1 Spontaneously Hypertensive (SHR) Rats: Guidelines for Breeding, Care, and Use - A Report of the Committee on Care and Use of Spontaneously Hypertensive (SHR) Rats, Institute of Laboratory Animal Resources, Assembly of Life Sciences, National Research Council.
11 2 Stapleton, Philip - Letter to the Editor: Taurine and Inflammation - A New Approach to an Old Problem?, 1997.
11 3 Suematsu, Makoto - Carbon Monoxide as an Endogenous Modulator of Intrahepatic Vascular Tone, 1994.
11 4 Sung, Cheng-Po - Neuropeptide Y Upregulates the Adhesiveness of Human Endothelial Cells for Leukocytes, 1991.
11 5 Taylor, K. - Histochemical Characteristics and Contractile Properties of the Spinotrapezius Muscle in the Rat and the Mouse, 1977.
11 6 Tyml, Karel - Evidence for K+ Channels Involvement in Capillary Sensing and for Bidirectionality in Capillary Communication, 1997.
11 7 Watanbe, Jun - Modification of Myogenic Intrinsic Tone and [Ca2+]i of Rat Isolated Arterioles by Ryanodine and Cyclopiazonic Acid, 1993.
11 8 Watanbe, Mikio Yagi - Stimulation of Neutrophil Adherence to Vascular Endothelial Cells by Histamine and Thrombin and Its Inhibition by PAF Antagonists and Dexamethasone, 1991.
11 9 Watlington, Charles O. - Corticosterone 6B-hydroxylation Correlates with Blood Pressure in Spontaneously Hypertensive Rats, 1992.
11 10 Wiederhielm, Curt A. - The Interstitial Space and Lymphatic Pressures in the Bat Wing, 1969.
11 11 Wilhelm, D.L. - The Pattern and Mechanism of Increased Vascular Permeability in Inflammation, 1968.
11 12 Yoshizumi, Masao - Tumor Necrosis Factor Downregulates an Endothelial Nitric Oxide Synthase mRNA by Shortening Its Half-life, 1993.
11 13 Miscellaneous.

TEACHING MATERIALS

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11 14 Acute inflammation lectures, 1977.
11 15 AMES 267 - Syllabus and notes, 1996.
AMES 277.
11 16 Lecture notes.
11 17 Microcirculation, 1992.
11 18-19 References - Photocopies of readings for each class session, 1977.
Biology 129.
11 20 Introduction, 1979.
12 1 Skeletal Muscles - Sessions 10-12, 1979.
12 2 Nervous System - Sessions 13-18, 1979.
12 3 Cardiovascular System - Sessions 19-25, 1979.
12 4 Quizzes and exams, 1979.
12 5 Biomedical Instrumentation in Diagnosis and Research - Timetable and outline. School of Medicine elective course, 1970.
12 6 Circulation teaching materials.
12 7 Peripheral circulation lecture, 1970.

SUBJECT FILES

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12 8 Adrenal gland.
12 9 Blood flow.
12 10 Circulatory shock.
12 11 Diabetes articles.
12 12 Diabetes references.
12 13 Endothelial cells.
12 14 Endothelial cell - Capillary banner.
12 15 Hypertension - Microvascular changes - Literature.
12 16 Inflammatory process review.
12 17 Injury reaction.
12 18 Lymphocytes.
12 19 Lysosomes.
12 20 Microvascular Research Institute.
13 1 Microvascular resistance.
13 2 Morphometry - Various microcirculation beds.
13 3 Pathophysiology - Microvascular.
13 4 Pathophysiology of Terminal Vascular Bed.
13 5 Peripheral circulation.
13 6 Protein 4.2.
13 7 Selected Topics on Microcirculation: A Refresher Course, 1982.
13 8 Sickle cell anemia.
13 9 Starling resistor.
13 10 Surface tension of blood.
13 11 Tin and hypertension.
13 12 Vascular adaptation.

CONFERENCES AND MEETINGS

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13 13 Asian Congress for Microcirculation (First), 1993.
13 14 Asian Conference on Microcirculation (Third), 1997.
13 15 European Conference for Microcirculation (Eleventh), 1980.
13 16 European Conference on Microcirculation (Seventeenth), 1992.
13 17 Joint Cardiovascular Conference - "The Microcirculation: New Knowledge and Clinical Insights". Sponsored by the American Heart Association and the Microcirculatory Society, 1980.
13 18 NATO Advanced Study Institute on New Frontiers in Cardiovascular Engineering, 1991 - 1993.
13 19 Third International Symposium on Resistance Arteries, 1990.
World Congress for Microcirculation (Second).
13 20 Planning documents and correspondence, 1975 - 1980.
Commercial audiotape recordings.
13 21 Title page, 1979.
14 1 Tape numbers 6B-15B, 1979.
15 1 Tape numbers 15C-16D, 1979.
16 1 World Congress for Microcirculation (Third), 1984.
16 2 World Congress for Microcirculation (Fourth), 1989.
16 3 World Congress for Microcirculation (Fifth), 1990.
16 4 World Congress for Microcirculation (Sixth), 1995 - 1996.
16 5 American Institute for Medical and Biomedical Engineering (AIMBE), 1991 - 1997.

PROFESSIONAL ORGANIZATIONS

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16 6 American Physiological Society - Membership Nominations, 1993.
16 7 Asian Union for Microcirculation, 1992.
16 8 British Microcirculation Society, 1983.
16 9 European Society for Microcirculation, 1990.
16 10 Federation of American Societies for Experimental Biology (FASEB), 1997.
16 11 Institute for Biomedical Sciences, 1995.
16 12 International Liasion Committee for Microcirculation Societies, 1980 - 1991.
Microcirculatory Society.
16 13 25th Anniversary Essay, 1954-1979, 1979.
16 14 25th Meeting - Planning correspondence, 1974.
16 15 Benjamin W. Zweifach Award, 1980 - 1996.
17 1 Correspondence.
17 2 Eugene M. Landis Award, 1972 - 1993.
17 3 General, 1979 - 1980.
17 4 Long-Range Planning Committee, 1986 - 1991.
17 5 Membership Nominations.
17 6 Societies, Sites and Presidents/Chairmen of the Microcirculatory Society, 1975.
17 7 Society for Experimental Biology and Medicine, 1995.

PHOTOGRAPHS, SLIDES, AND FILMS

Photographs - Research Subjects

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17 21 Capillaries.
17 22 Capillary circulation.
17 23 Cardiology - Article.
17 24 Circulation in bowel.
17 25 Diagrams and charts.
17 26 Lelong and Zweifach - Charts.
17 27 Lymphatic - Microcirculation.
17 28 Lymphatics.
17 29 Microcirculation - Illustrations and photographs.
17 30 Microvascular Changes in the Conjunctiva of Diabetic Patients, 1992.
17 31 Morphometry of Microvascular Bed - Photographs and drawings.
17 32 Morphometry studies - Man.
18 1 Revised MS - HT - PVR. Photographs and tables, 1990.
18 2 Shel. Muscle - Diagrams Circ.
18 3 Spalteholtz - Muscle circulation.
18 4 TTC - Kidney - HT.
18 5-7 Unidentified photographs and tables.
18 8 Miscellaneous images - Photographs and illustrations.
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18 9-10 Color Slide Atlas of Histology - Set IV, Volume 1. Set of commercial slides for classroom use.
18 11 Spinotrapezius muscle - Histological slide (Light theroscopy).
18 12 Starling, E.H. and Mrs. Starling.
19 1 Slides - Miscellaneous.
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20 1 Anaest. - Hemorr..
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20 2 Micro. injury - Negative.
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Micromanipulative Studies of Cells of the Blood Capillaries in the Frog.
20 3 Part 1. Positive print.
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20 4 Part 1. Black-and-white negative.
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21 1 Part 2. Positive print.
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21 2 Part 2. Negative.
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21 3 Relation B.V. Wall to Flow - Incomplete. Positive.
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21 4 Relation of Capillaries to Larger Vessels and Properties of the Capillary Walls - Poisitive.
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22 1-2 Stickiness of Endothelium.
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22 3-4 Unidentified - Incomplete. Final scene taken out. Positive.
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MISCELLANEOUS MATERIALS

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22 5 FB-359-04 Contribution of Microcirculation to the Development of Experimental Models of Hypertension poster - In Japanese.
22 6 FB-359-05 Evolution of the Hypertensive Syndrome in Skeletal Muscle of Spontaneously Hypertensive Rats poster, 1987.
22 7 Historical Perspectives of Some Current Problems in the Microcirculation flyer, 1992.
University of California, San Diego.
22 8 Bioengineering Programs brochure, 1970.
22 9 Department of AMES Bioengineering - Visitors Register, 1973 - 1980.
22 10 Department of Bioengineering - Seminar Series. Presented in conjunction with the Institute for Biomedical Engineering. Flyers and Zweifach's notes on the speakers, 1997.

ORIGINALS OF PRESERVATION PHOTOCOPIES

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22 11 Originals.


Finding aid generated: 2013-10-16