Localization of neurones with baroreceptor input in the medial solitary nucleus by means of intracellular application of horseradish peroxidase in the cat

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In an effort to investigate the influence of temperature cycles and of tribo-layers formed at high temperatures on the tribological properties and mechanisms of wide-temperature range lubricating materials at low temperatures, the tribological characteristics of atmospheric plasma sprayed NiMoAl-6Al2O310Ag composite coatings in reversible temperature cycles were investigated. The results indicated that the tribo-layers formed at low temperature have no evident effect on the friction coefficients during subsequent testing at elevated temperatures, while the lubricating film formed at 900 °C decreased the friction coefficient in a subsequent RT test evidently. The lowest friction coefficient at 900 °C was attributed to the formation of lubricating film on the worn surface, which was mainly consisting of NiO and Ag2MoO4nanoparticles.

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Czachurski, J., Lackner, K. J., Ockert, D., & Seller, H. (1982). Localization of neurones with baroreceptor input in the medial solitary nucleus by means of intracellular application of horseradish peroxidase in the cat. Neuroscience Letters, 28(2), 133–137. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.triboint.2017.04.005

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