# 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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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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• (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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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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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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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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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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The ultrasonic speed and attenuation coefficient of three muscle samples were measured in-vitro as a function of temperature and frequency. The sarcomere length of each of these samples was also determined. The three muscle ...

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Specific, receptor-mediated adhesion of cells to ligand-coated surfaces in viscous shear flow is a central phenomenon in many physiological and biotechnological processes. Mechanical strength of specific adhesion is generally ...

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• (1991)
The work reported considers information coding by a population of neurons. Multineuron data were extracellularly recorded from the ventral nerve cord of the cockroach, Periplaneta americana. The nerve cord contains 14 giant ...

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• (1993)
This study examines how members of the French and American medical communities, comprised of clinical and research sectors, construct and shape their models of AIDS. The primary goal is to develop a comparative, ...

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• (2008)
An efficient route for delivering specific proteins and peptides into neurons could greatly accelerate the development of therapies for various diseases, especially those involving intracellular defects such as Parkinson's ...

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• (1996)
At the present time, growth factor stimulation of cell proliferation is conceptualized predominantly in terms of the initial binding event between the growth factor and its receptor. However, the dynamics of the cellular ...

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• (1994)
The determination of the optical properties of turbid biological media is of primary importance in several areas of medicine and biotechnology. In particular, the quantitative determination and spatial localization of the ...

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• (1990)
The influences of structural factors of biological media on the acoustic nonlinearity parameter B/A were studied at tissue, cellular and molecular levels, using both the thermodynamic method and the finite amplitude method. ...

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