This category is for sites about physiology, the study of the mechanical, physical, and biochemical functions of living organisms.
News, membership and society information, and announcements for journals, conferences, and awards.
Organization which brings together physiologists from around the world and encourage the advancement of the physiological sciences. It publishes the journal, Physiology, and organizes international congresses and other meetings.
Provides information on the scientists in the Liver PET Group at Aarhus University Hospital, Denmark, their research projects and scientific publications.
Describes research at the National Skeletal Muscle Research Center with a general overview and information on lab personnel and current projects.
A national resource center supported by the National Center for Research Resources (NCRR), at the National Institutes of Health (NIH); portal to the Virtual Cell, including recent publications and applications of the software.
Aquaporins are part of the blood-brain barrier and also associated with critical water transport in skeletal muscle, lung and kidney. This site provides articles from researchers around the world studying aquaporins found in plants, bacteria and animals.
Information from Wikipedia on the study of the mechanical, physical, and biochemical functions of living organisms and its historical background.
Nationwide network of physiology educators dedicated to improving life science education in general and physiology education in particular by conducting research, developing new educational materials and techniques, and educating faculty.
Free access via the web to large collections of recorded physiologic signals and related open-source software.
Producers and suppliers of video lab exercises that deal with frog skeletal muscle, cardiac cycle of the turtle, human electrocardiogram, pulse wave and phonocardiogram. Contacts in Ashland, USA.
Created to support and share information about new research that are related to living organism structures. Page includes group bylaws, newsletter, and lists of events.
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