# Browse by Subject "Engineering, Biomedical"

• (1995)
The potential and accuracy aspects of a completely automated stereo photogrammetric vision system for performing precise 3-D body mapping of whole human bodies have been investigated. A prototype vision system by integrating ...

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• (1995)
Cell migration is a phenomenon requiring dynamic adhesive interactions between the internal cell motile machinery and the external substratum, with adhesion receptors, such as integrins, serving as the transmembrane link. ...

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The second problem we address is that of the reconstruction of a movie of the moving heart from fan-beam tomographic projections. We consider the problem within a state-space framework and present a reconstruction algorithm ...

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• (1991)
Low intensity ultrasound (approximately 10$\sp{-6}$ W/cm$\sp2$) in the frequency range of 0.5 MHz to 5.0 MHz was employed to investigate biomembrane structural relaxation kinetics via absorption and velocity dispersion ...

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• (2002)
A versatile approach to modeling the conformations and energetics of DNA loops is presented. The model is based on the classical theory of elasticity, modified to describe the intrinsic twist and curvature of DNA, the DNA ...

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• (2002)
The second part of the dissertation concentrates on developing nonnegative, high-resolution TFRs that correspond with intuitive notions of energy distribution. These so-called consistent TFRs are developed by requiring the ...

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• (1976)

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• (1997)
Neuronal growth can be controlled in vitro by plating cells at low density and by differential adhesion between the cell and substrate. This principle was used to develop a technology to pattern neurons in reduced networks ...

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• (2009)
The structure of zein, its hydropathic behavior, and its ability to form stable aggregates in colloidal solutions provides an excellent model to study hydrophobic proteins and aggregation processes. In this research the ...

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• (1994)
Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) holds enormous potential for exploring the functional centers of a living brain in vivo. Among the MRI techniques a number of different approaches have provided initial success. The focus ...

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• (1990)
One of the major limitations of hyperthermia as a cancer treatment modality is the lack of heating equipment and techniques capable of consistent therapeutic heating of deep-seated tumors. This thesis introduces a new ...

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• (2006)
Cell loaded tissue engineered constructs were produced in vitro at clinically relevant sizes and implanted with and without bFGF into a porcine mandibular defect model. Tissue engineered constructs facilitated the healing ...

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The application of wavelet analysis in the NMR spectroscopy was also investigated in this study. A basic wavelet denoising method was employed to process two-dimensional NMR data. It was shown that the LOD could be further ...

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The study of adsorption of a globular protein with intrinsic chemical heterogeneity was performed to highlight the role of the nature of adsorbates. On a chemically homogeneous surface, unlike flexible homopolymers, the ...

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• (2007)
To address the second issue, the difficulty of directly applying the variable-rate selective excitation principle to multidimensional RF pulses (including both single-channel and parallel transmission) is first identified. ...

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• (1989)
The pH of the tumor microenvironment may be important in assessment of response to hyperthermic therapy. Little clinical in vivo data is available during such therapy due to the inherent limitations of the microelectrode ...

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• (2007)
Fundamental understanding of the mass transfer through the epidermis provides valuable information for different applications such as drug delivery, functioning artificial skin and thermal comfort. We propose a more detailed, ...

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• (1996)
The development of two different methods for fluorescence lifetime imaging in microscopy are presented in addition to an application to an important immunological problem. The first method uses a fast CCD camera and a gated ...

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• (2007)
Photonic crystals composed of a germanium hollow-woodpile architecture are created by replicating 3D microperiodic polymer scaffolds assembled by direct ink writing. First, polymer woodpiles with a face-centered tetragonal ...

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