# Browse by Subject "Engineering, Biomedical"

• (1996)
A computer controlled machine vision sensing system for in vitro production of plant pigments was designed and implemented. The system consisted of a machine vision microscopic sensing subsystem and a computer controlled ...

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• (1995)
There has been a growing interest, in recent years, in the measurement of diffusion of water and metabolites in living systems by magnetic resonance (MR) techniques. Knowledge of the diffusion coefficients of the molecules ...

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• (1991)
The Ultrasound Time Domain Correlation (UTDC) technique can accurately and precisely estimate the volumetric fluid flow through a circular vessel without prior knowledge of the vessel diameter, flow velocity profile, or ...

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• (1993)
A system has been developed that may be used for non-invasive in vivo temperature measurements in living systems. We use the nitroxide, 3-doxyl-5$\alpha$-cholestane, mixed in 1 mol% cholesterol and 99 mol% methyl docosanoate ...

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• (1992)
This dissertation describes some new developments in the theory, instrumentation and applications of nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) microscopy. The purpose of this study is to theoretically analyze resolution limits in ...

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• (1989)
New implant materials are necessary in medicine for use in bone fracture repair devices, skeletal replacements, dental restoratives, or bony augmentation surgeries. The materials used in each of these applications require ...

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• (1992)
Low energy (LE) intake during lactation results in a delay in the onset of estrus following weaning in primiparous sows. Our first goal was to determine whether LE intake during lactation causes a postweaning imbalance in ...

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• (1990)
Advances in printed circuit technology facilitate the design of thin, conformable, microstrip patch antenna arrays. Such multielement microwave antenna arrays can be advantageous for controlled heating of superficial ...

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• (1978)

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• (1993)
Properties of water in foods play an important role in food processing. Molecular self-diffusion of water is affected by a variety of parameters, including chemical composition, internal structure, and temperature of foods. ...

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• (1995)
The theoretical and experimental work described offers the first systematic investigation of cell/surface adhesion mediated through protein/protein bonds in series. Cell adhesion and migration are facilitated through ...

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• (1991)
Different MRI techniques were studied for the simultaneous and nondestructive measurement of transient moisture profiles and structural changes in corn kernels during steeping, including both Fourier transform and projection ...

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• (1988)
A technique has been developed in which a planar array of 32 microelectrodes, arranged in a 4 by 8 pattern with 200 $\mu$m separation, is used to record from and to stimulate the rat hippocampal slice preparation at multiple ...

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• (1995)
In this dissertation, we investigate the feasibility of using high frequency ultrasound, to measure tissue motion and tissue elasticity for medical imaging applications. Ultrasound provides a means for non-invasive imaging ...

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• (1985)
Currently used ultrasound clinical hyperthermia systems lack adequate control of the energy deposition used to heat tumors. This thesis discusses the development and testing of two different ultrasound hyperthermia transducers ...

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