Graduate Dissertations and Theses at Illinois
This collection contains dissertations and theses produced by masters and doctoral students at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.
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Graduate Theses and Dissertations at Illinois
Characteristics and modeling of the fracture properties of polymer-silica microparticulate composites via macroscopic scratch tests (2015-04-28)The advantages of multi-phase materials are exploited in many industries, such as reinforced concrete in bridge construction, heterogeneous geological materials in petroleum engineering, advanced carbon fiber composites ...
The use of corn treated with various applications of foliar fungicide to increase corn silage quality and performance of Holstein cows (2015-04-23)With increasing feed prices and decreasing profit margins, livestock producers are constantly searching for ways to increase feed nutritive value and consequently improve production per unit of feedstuff. Research on the ...
Effect of bovine lactoferrin on T lymphocyte cell phenotype and function and the response to vaccination in the neonatal piglet (2012-07-17)Deficiencies of the immune system, both innate and adaptive immunity, can weaken host defense and increase susceptibility to infection. The immune system exists to guard the host against pathogenic infections, particularly ...
Characterization of the Anti-Inflammatory Effects of the Molluscum Contagiosum Virus MC160 Protein (2008)Using a series of MC160 deletion mutant proteins, we found that two distinct regions of the MC160 protein independently inhibit TNF-mediated NF-kappaB activation. Specifically, we observed that the second DED of MC160 ...
(1986)In this study, three techniques for measuring gamma/gamma prime lattice mismatch were examined on two alloys, each of which had two different ageing heat treatments, i.e. standard age and overaged. Each alloy contained a ...