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ID27887850Published Date2017-01-01JournalBiomedicine & pharmacotherapy = Biomedecine & pharmacotherapie, 2017-01-01, Volume 85
Flow cytometry is a classic laser technology. With the discovery of the cytometer, flow cytometry has become a primary tool in biodiagnostic research. This review focuses on current applications of flow cytometry to the diagnosis of disease and treatment monitoring at the single-cell level. A description of the principles of flow cytometry and a brief overview of the major applications are presented. Our criteria for selecting research papers for this review are those that show advances in bi…
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ID25087857Published Date2014-11-01JournalMagnetic resonance imaging, 2014-11-01, Volume 32
A robust and accurate center-frequency (CF) estimation (RACE) algorithm for improving the performance of the local sine-wave modeling (SinMod) method, which is a good motion estimation method for tagged cardiac magnetic resonance (MR) images, is proposed in this study. The RACE algorithm can automatically, effectively and efficiently produce a very appropriate CF estimate for the SinMod method, under the circumstance that the specified tagging parameters are unknown, on account of the followi…
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ID25107839Published Date2014-07-01JournalBiomedicine & pharmacotherapy = Biomedecine & pharmacotherapie, 2014-07-01, Volume 68
To control drugs in vivo, new approaches are needed. Considerable progress has been made towards the applications of fluorine ((19)F) in pharmacotherapy in this regard. To date, many authors have showed that by using (19)F labelled drugs and non-invasive magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) techniques together, drug biodistribution can be tracked. This review presents methods for (19)F incorporation into pharmaceuticals by forming C-F bonds and drug fluorine oil-water emulsions. Inadequate drug d…
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ID24730746Published Date2014-06-01JournalJournal of experimental psychology. Human perception and performance, 2014-06-01, Volume 40
In the flanker paradigm, participants identify a target letter while attempting to ignore an irrelevant flanker. When the identity of this flanker mismatches the target, target identification is slowed (called the flanker compatibility effect). Interestingly, reducing the array set size greatly increases flanker compatibility effects. This finding inspired 2 prominent explanations: perceptual load (mandatory capacity spillover) and dilution (visual interference). However, an alternative expla…
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ID24099400Published Date2014-03-01JournalPsychological bulletin, 2014-03-01, Volume 140
Impulsivity is considered a personality trait affecting behavior in many life domains, from recreational activities to important decision making. When extreme, it is associated with mental health problems, such as substance use disorders, as well as with interpersonal and social difficulties, including juvenile delinquency and criminality. Yet, trait impulsivity may not be a unitary construct. We review commonly used self-report measures of personality trait impulsivity and related constructs…
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ID23464154Published Date2013-02-28JournalThe Journal of chemical physics, 2013-02-28, Volume 138
The fast scanning calorimetry (FSC) was employed to investigate glass transition phenomena in vapor deposited amorphous solid water (ASW) films doped with acetic acid, pentanol, and carbon tetrachloride. In all three cases, FSC thermograms of doped ASW films show well pronounced glass transitions at temperatures near 180 K. Systematic FSC studies of the glass transition temperature and the excess heat capacity dependence on the concentration of impurities indicate the possible existence of tw…
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ID23966795Published Date2013-01-01JournalJournal of asthma and allergy, 2013-01-01, Volume 6
We previously showed that the long-acting beta agonist (LABA) salmeterol as inhalation powder or metered-dose inhaler improves lung-function parameters assessed by impulse oscillometry (IOS) in 2- to 5-year-old children with reversible-airway disease within 15 minutes.We studied 12- to 45-year-olds with mild persistent asthma in order to compare the onset and extent of peripheral airway effects following the first dose and after 4 weeks dosing with two inhaled corticosteroid (ICS)/LABA combin…
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ID23393970Published Date2012-10-01JournalEnvironmental technology, 2012-10-01, Volume 33
The effect of ethylenediaminetetraacetic acid (EDTA) during electrokinetic decontamination (EKD) was investigated in this research. EDTA is a ligand that can form soluble complexes with precipitated heavy metals inside soil pores. Millpond sludge, primarily contaminated with lead (Pb) and zinc (Zn), was subjected to EKD with and without the presence of EDTA. Dilute EDTA solutions with strengths of 0.05 M and 0.125 M were injected into the millpond sludge by electroosmosis. Several beneficial …
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Award Number1228956Funding AgencyNational Science FoundationEffective Date2012-09-01Expiration Date2013-08-31Funding Amount$204,150
This Major Research Instrumentation (MRI) funding will support the acquisition of a thin film materials deposition system for materials and Nano/micro-electronics research. The objective of this research is to support the fabrication and development of low-cost, efficient Cu2ZnSnS4 (CZTS) thin films and solar cells research. This MRI instrumentation will also support research at the High Performance Polymer and Composites Center at Clark Atlanta University (CAU) by examining the potential use…
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Award Number1125775Funding AgencyNational Science FoundationEffective Date2011-08-15Expiration Date2014-07-31Funding Amount$175,000
Intellectual Merit: The research objective of this BRIGE award is the fundamental developmental of Cu2ZnSnS4 (CZTS) thin films and solar cells by non-vacuum, liquid-based techniques. Expensive materials and processes limit the potential for future long term cost reductions in photovoltaics. Thin film polycrystalline low cost solar cells have emerged as a significant step in reducing the materials cost in photovoltaics. CZTS has recently emerged as one of the most promising absorber layer mate…
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