Detlev W. Bronk

Affiliations: 
Biophysics University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA, United States 
Area:
nervous tissue metabolism and electric activity
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http://www.nap.edu/openbook.php?record_id=573&page=2
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(1897 - 1975)
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Parents

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Robert Gesell grad student 1926 University of Michigan
 (An electrometric study of the submaxillary gland of the dog)
Edgar Douglas Adrian post-doc 1928 Cambridge
Archibald V. Hill post-doc 1929 UCL

Children

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Frank Brink Jr. grad student 1939 Penn
Martin G. Larrabee grad student 1948 Penn
Ragnar Granit post-doc 1929-1931 Penn
George D. Gammon research scientist 1934- Penn
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DAVIES PW, BRONK DW. (1957) Oxygen tension in mammalian brain. Federation Proceedings. 16: 689-92
CRANEFIELD PF, BRINK F, BRONK DW. (1957) The oxygen uptake of the peripheral nerve of the rat. Journal of Neurochemistry. 1: 245-9
Connelly CM, Bronk DW, Brink F. (1953) A sensitive respirometer for the measurement of rapid changes in metabolism of oxygen Review of Scientific Instruments. 24: 683-695
LARRABEE MG, BRONK DW. (1952) [Metabolic requirements of sympathetic neurons]. Cold Spring Harbor Symposia On Quantitative Biology. 17: 245-66
BRINK F, BRONK DW, CARLSON FD, et al. (1952) The oxygen uptake of active axons. Cold Spring Harbor Symposia On Quantitative Biology. 17: 53-67
CARLSON FD, BRINK F, BRONK DW. (1950) A continuous flow respirometer utilizing the oxygen cathode. The Review of Scientific Instruments. 21: 923-32
GRENELL RG, DAVIES PW, BRONK DW. (1948) Effects of brain anemia on cortical oxygen consumption in vivo. Federation Proceedings. 7: 44
DAVIES PW, GRENELL RG, BRONK DW. (1948) The time course of in vivo oxygen consumption of cerebral cortex following electrical stimulation. Federation Proceedings. 7: 25
CONNELLY CM, BRONK DW. (1948) Measurements of rapid changes in oxygen consumption by nerve following brief periods of stimulation. Federation Proceedings. 7: 22
BRONK DW, BRINK F, LARRABEE MG. (1948) The sequence of functional changes in a neurone during narcosis and anoxia. Federation Proceedings. 7: 14
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