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Edvard Hemmingsen

Title(s)Emeritus Professor, Center for Marine Biotechnology and Biomedecine
SchoolVc-marine Sciences
Address9500 Gilman Drive #
La Jolla CA 92093
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    STUDIES OF CAVITATION IN BIOLOGICAL SYSTEMS
    NIH/NHLBI R01HL016855May 1, 1977 - Nov 30, 1993
    Role: Principal Investigator

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    1. Gas supersaturation tolerances in amoeboid cells before and after ingestion of bubble-promoting particles. Cell Biophys. 1990 Aug; 17(1):37-51. Hemmingsen BB, Ducoeur LC, Grapp SJ, Skaug V, Hemmingsen EA. PMID: 1704815.
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    2. Bubble formation properties of hydrophobic particles in water and cells of Tetrahymena. Undersea Biomed Res. 1990 Jan; 17(1):67-78. Hemmingsen EA, Hemmingsen BB. PMID: 2107617.
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    3. Gas Supersaturation Thresholds for Bubble Formation in and Damage to Sea Urchin Embryos. Biol Bull. 1988 Feb; 174(1):83-89. Ryan WL, Hemmingsen EA. PMID: 29314876.
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    4. Lack of bubble formation in hypobarically decompressed cells. Aviat Space Environ Med. 1987 Aug; 58(8):742-6. Hemmingsen EA, Hemmingsen BB, Owe JO, Andersen HT. PMID: 3115244.
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    5. Intracellular gas supersaturation tolerances of erythrocytes and resealed ghosts. Biophys J. 1985 Apr; 47(4):491-6. Hemmingsen BB, Steinberg NA, Hemmingsen EA. PMID: 3921076.
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    6. Swimming movements initiate bubble formation in fish decompressed from elevated gas pressures. Comp Biochem Physiol A Comp Physiol. 1985; 81(1):209-12. McDonough PM, Hemmingsen EA. PMID: 2859954.
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    7. A direct test for the survival of gaseous nuclei in vivo. Aviat Space Environ Med. 1985 Jan; 56(1):54-6. McDonough PM, Hemmingsen EA. PMID: 3977805.
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    8. Bubble formation in crabs induced by limb motions after decompression. J Appl Physiol Respir Environ Exerc Physiol. 1984 Jul; 57(1):117-22. McDonough PM, Hemmingsen EA. PMID: 6469773.
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    9. Bubble formation in crustaceans following decompression from hyperbaric gas exposures. J Appl Physiol Respir Environ Exerc Physiol. 1984 Feb; 56(2):513-9. McDonough PM, Hemmingsen EA. PMID: 6706762.
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    10. Rupture of the cell envelope by induced intracellular gas phase expansion in gas vacuolate bacteria. J Bacteriol. 1980 Aug; 143(2):841-6. Hemmingsen BB, Hemmingsen EA. PMID: 7204336.
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    11. Simple amplifier for oxygen electrodes. Physiologist. 1979 Dec; 22(6):33. Hemmingsen EA. PMID: 545406.
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    12. Lack of intracellular bubble formation in microorganisms at very high gas supersaturations. J Appl Physiol Respir Environ Exerc Physiol. 1979 Dec; 47(6):1270-7. Hemmingsen EA, Hemmingsen BB. PMID: 395143.
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    13. Tolerance of bacteria to extreme gas supersaturations. Biochem Biophys Res Commun. 1978 Dec 29; 85(4):1379-84. Hemmingsen BB, Hemmingsen EA. PMID: 369563.
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    14. Spontaneous formation of bubbles in gas-supersaturated water. Nature. 1977 May 12; 267(5607):141-2. Hemmingsen EA. PMID: 16073419.
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    15. Functional and biochemical studies of penguin myoglobin. Comp Biochem Physiol B. 1974 Oct 15; 49(2):197-214. Weber RE, Hemmingsen EA, Johansen K. PMID: 4424705.
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    16. Absence of porphyrin respiratory pigments in the blood in the Antarctic icefish Chaenocephalus aceratus. Cryobiology. 1973 Aug; 10(3):260-1. Douglas EL, Chapman DJ, Hemmingsen EA. PMID: 4747589.
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    17. Respiratory and circulatory responses in a hemoglobin-free fish, Chaenocepahlus aceratus, to changes in temperature and oxygen tension. Comp Biochem Physiol A Comp Physiol. 1972 Dec 01; 43(4):1031-43. Hemmingsen EA, Douglas EL. PMID: 4405336.
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    18. Aortic blood flow and cardiac output in the hemoglobin-free fish Chaenocephalus aceratus. Comp Biochem Physiol A Comp Physiol. 1972 Dec 01; 43(4):1045-51. Hemmingsen EA, Douglas EL, Johansen K, Millard RW. PMID: 4405337.
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    19. Respiratory characteristics of the hemoglobin-free fish Chaenocephalus aceratus. Comp Biochem Physiol. 1970 Apr 15; 33(4):733-44. Hemmingsen EA, Douglas EL. PMID: 5421990.
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    20. Supersaturation of gases in water: absence of cavitation on decompression from high pressures. Science. 1970 Mar 13; 167(3924):1493-4. Hemmingsen EA. PMID: 17750347.
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    21. Ultraviolet radiation thresholds for corneal injury in antarctic and temperate-zone animals. Comp Biochem Physiol. 1970 Feb 15; 32(4):593-600. Hemmingsen EA, Douglas EL. PMID: 5437417.
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    22. Oxygen consumption in an antarctic hemoglobin-free fish, Pagetopsis macropterus, and in three species of Notothenia. Comp Biochem Physiol. 1969 Apr; 29(1):467-70. Hemmingsen EA, Douglas EL, Grigg GC. PMID: 5795831.
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    23. Sap concentrations in halophytes and some other plants. Plant Physiol. 1966 Mar; 41(3):529-32. Scholander PF, Bradstreet ED, Hammel HT, Hemmingsen EA. PMID: 5906381.
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    24. Letters to the Editor. Science. 1965 Aug 27; 149(3687):920-2. Scholander PF, Hammel HT, Bradstreet ED, Hemmingsen EA. PMID: 17832564.
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    25. Sap Pressure in Vascular Plants: Negative hydrostatic pressure can be measured in plants. Science. 1965 Apr 16; 148(3668):339-46. Scholander PF, Bradstreet ED, Hemmingsen EA, Hammel HT. PMID: 17832103.
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    26. ACCELERATED TRANSFER OF OXYGEN THROUGH SOLUTIONS OF HEME PIGMENTS. Acta Physiol Scand Suppl. 1965; SUPPL 246:1-53. HEMMINGSEN EA. PMID: 14319768.
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    27. HYDROSTATIC PRESSURE AND OSMOTIC POTENTIAL IN LEAVES OF MANGROVES AND SOME OTHER PLANTS. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. 1964 Jul; 52(1):119-25. Scholander PF, Hammel HT, Hemmingsen EA, Bradstreet ED. PMID: 16591185.
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    28. ENHANCEMENT OF OXYGEN TRANSPORT BY MYOGLOBIN. Comp Biochem Physiol. 1963 Nov; 10:239-44. HEMMINGSEN EA. PMID: 14109750.
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    29. Salt balance in mangroves. Plant Physiol. 1962 Nov; 37(6):722-9. Scholander PF, Hammel HT, Hemmingsen E, Garey W. PMID: 16655719.
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    30. Accelerated exchange of oxygen-18 through a membrane containing oxygen-saturated hemoglobin. Science. 1962 Mar 02; 135(3505):733-4. HEMMINGSEN E. PMID: 13906371.
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    31. Circulatory adjustment in pearl divers. J Appl Physiol. 1962 Mar; 17:184-90. SCHOLANDER PF, HAMMEL HT, LEMESSURIER H, HEMMINGSEN E, GAREY W. PMID: 13909130.
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    32. Cohesive Lift of Sap in the Rattan Vine: The problem of how sap rises lies stranded for lack of means to measure negative pressure in liquids. Science. 1961 Dec 08; 134(3493):1835-8. Scholander PF, Hemmingsen E, Garey W. PMID: 17831110.
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    33. Specific transport of oxygen through hemoglobin solutions. Why is this transport abolished when opposed by a slight back pressure of oxygen? Science. 1960 Nov 11; 132(3437):1379-81. HEMMINGSEN E, SCHOLANDER PF. PMID: 13713234.
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    34. Gases in Glaciers. Science. 1958 May 30; 127(3309):1288-9. Coachman LK, Hemmingsen E, Scholander PF, Enns T, DE Vries H. PMID: 17806493.
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