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Basic Research on Muscles, Nerves and Electrolytes by Dr. Job
We have been engaged in basic research on the role and interactions of electrolytes in
muscles and nerves for more than 40 years. The work has included work on smooth muscle
as well as skeletal muscle. The species studied ranged from sponges and plants to mammals including humans.
We have also engaged in research on innervation of muscle and the experiencing
of pain emanating from skeletal muscle. Research tools have included
radioisotope labeling, biochemical analysis, electrophysiology and
computer-based signal processing. Outputs have included biophysical models as
well as a number of discoveries and published findings. See more details and
D. "Ionic basis of intestinal electrical activity." Am. J. Physiol.
217: 1533-1541, 1969
View a copy of cover page AJP 217: 1533, 1969
D. "Effects of antibiotics and selective inhibitors of ATP on
intestinal slow waves." Am. J. Physiol.
220 (2): 299-306, 1971.
View a copy of cover page AJP 220: 299, 1971
and W. Griffing and B. Rodda. "A possible origin of intestinal gradients
and their relation to motility." Am. J. Physiol. 226 (6):
View a copy of cover page AJP 226: 1510, 1974
D. D., W. E. Bloomquist and J. Bridgeforth. "Correlations between
electrolyte content and spontaneous electrical activity in intestinal
muscle." Am. J. Physiol. 226(6): 1502-1509, 1974.
View the article AJP 226: 1502, 1974
Job, D. D. and W.E. Bloomquist. "Correlations between ionic contents
in different regions and layers of intestinal muscle." Am. J. Physiol.
226(6): 1496-1501, 1974.
View a copy of cover page AJP 226: 1496, 1974
Lui, J., C. L. Prosser and D. D. Job "Ionic dependence of slow waves and spikes in
intestinal muscle." Am. J. Physiol. 217: 1542-1550, 1969.
View the article AJP 217: 1542-1550, 1969
D. D. and B. J. Cerimele and S. R. Lawrence. "Computer analysis of
intestinal motility" Fed. Proc. 33(3): 391, Paper #1020, 1974.
View image of abstract FASEB-1974, Fourier Analysis Abstract
Job, D. D. and B. Cerimele. "Fourier analysis of electrical activity from different regions of the gastro-intestinal tract: Biophysics Journal 13: 199a, 1973.
____________ and K. Martlage. "Calcium ion complexes with phospholipids." Biophysical Journal 11: 57a, 1971.
____________ "The effects of metabolic inhibitors on phosphate efflux from smooth muscle." Fed. Proc. 29(2): 806, 1970.
____________ "ATP hydrolysis during slow wave repolarization". Biophysical Journal 10: 117, 1970
____________ "Origin and Mechanism of Intestinal Slow Waves." Ph.D. Dissertation, Dept. of Physiology and Biophysics, University of Illinois, Urbana, IL 1968. Published in Dissertation Abstracts XXX(1), 1969.
____________ "Origin of slow wave frequency". Fed. Proc. 28(2): 541, 1969.
____________ and B. C. Abbott. "Ionic basis for intestinal slow waves." Fed. Proc. 27: 704, 1968.
Boling, J. L. and D. D. Job "Studies of the influence of estrogens and progesterone effects on abdomin-vaginal electro-potential differences and muscular activity of the vagina in the albino rat." Anatomical Record, 151: 326-327, 1965.
"Calcium ion complexes with phospholipids". Seminar given to the Transport Group at Indiana University Medical School, March, 1973.
NASSHP – “A Systems Biology View of Magnesium and Hypertension in Pregnancy.” Presented at Biennial meeting of the North American Society for the Study of Hypertension in Pregnancy. Kiawah Island Resort, SC, Sept. 7-9, 2012.
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