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Wafer scale fabrication of fused silica chips for low-noise recording of resistive pulses through nanopores.

This paper presents a maskless method to manufacture fused silica chips for low-noise resistive-pulse sensing. The fabrication includes wafer scale density modification of fused silica with a femtosecond-pulsed laser, low-pressure chemical vapor deposition (LPVCD) of silicon nitride (SiNx) and accelerated chemical wet etching of the laser-exposed regions. This procedure leads to a freestanding SiNx window, which is permanently attached to a fused silica support chip and the resulting chips are robust toward...


Increased Phenolic Compounds in Potato Chips Vacuum Impregnated with Green Tea.

This studied tested the feasibility of producing vacuum fried potato chips enriched with antioxidants by introducing green tea extract using vacuum impregnation (VI) technology. Total phenolic content (TPC) was used to find the optimal VI parameters. Sliced potatoes were fried under vacuum at 110, 120, or 140 °C from 20 to 720 s to test the thermal degradability of the TPC. Three frying systems were also compared: vacuum frying (VF), dual-step (DS) frying, and atmospheric frying (AF). Green tea concentrat...

Comparison of Bone Healing in Open-Wedge High Tibial Osteotomy between the Use of Allograft Bone Chips with Autologous Bone Marrow and the Use of Allograft Bone Chips Alone for Gap Filling.

The present study aimed to evaluate whether the use of allograft bone chips mixed with autologous bone marrow (BM) in the high tibial osteotomy (HTO) gap could improve the radiological and clinical results of HTO. This study analyzed 36 patients who underwent HTO with locking plate (mean age: 58.0 years). Allograft bone chips mixed with autologous BM aspirated from anterior superior iliac spine were used in 19 patients (group A) and allograft chips only were used in 17 patients (group B). The radiological a...


Fixed bed column evaluation of phosphate adsorption and recovery from aqueous solutions using recycled steel byproducts.

Excessive phosphorus loading from anthropogenic sources is a major cause of eutrophication of natural waters. Phosphorus is also a non-renewable natural resource that cannot be substituted with other sources. The objective of this study was to determine the feasibility of using recycled steel byproducts to remove and recover phosphate from aqueous solutions. Laboratory fixed bed column experiments were conducted with recycled steel chips of different sizes to evaluate phosphate adsorption characteristics an...

Lab-on-a-brane for spheroid formation.

Lab-On-a-Brane (LOB) represents a class of Lab-On-a-Chip (LOC) integrating flexible, highly gas permeable and biocompatible thin membranes. Here we demonstrate the potentiality of LOBs as cell biochips promoting 3D cell growth. The human cancer cells MCF-7 were cultured into standard multiwells (MWs) and into polydimethylsiloxane (PDMS) MWs, LOCs, and LOBs of different wettability. Surface treatments based on oxygen plasma and coating deposition have been performed to produce hydrophilic, hydrophobic, and o...

The Evidentiary Significance of Automotive Paint from the Northeast: A Study of Red Paint.

This population study was conducted to assess the frequency of physical, microscopical, and chemical properties of automotive paint chips. Population studies of trace evidence provide valuable analytical data for criminalists to assess evidentiary significance. Two-hundred automotive paint chips were collected from auto body shops from the Northeastern United States. All samples were analyzed using stereomicroscopy, brightfield, and polarized light microscopy. Red paints were targeted for further analysis u...

Geographic patterns of mtDNA and Z-linked sequence variation in the Common Chiffchaff and the 'chiffchaff complex'.

The Common Chiffchaff Phylloscopus collybita is an abundant, polytypic Palearctic bird. Validity of some of its subspecies is controversial and birds from some parts of the species range remain unclassified taxonomically. The relationships among populations from different geographic areas have not been sufficiently explored with molecular data. In this study we analyzed the relationships among the four species in the 'chiffchaff complex' (Common Chiffchaff, Iberian Chiffchaff P. ibericus, Canary Islands Chi...

Epidemiologic, Imaging, Audiologic, Clinical, Surgical, and Prognostic Issues in Common Cavity Deformity: A Narrative Review.

Common cavity deformity is a rare congenital inner ear malformation associated with profound hearing loss and attributed to an early developmental arrest of the cochlear-vestibular structures. This narrative review highlights the need to identify reliable indicators of hearing rehabilitation outcome.

Differentiation of Common Variable Immunodeficiency from Igg Deficiency.

Common variable immunodeficiency (CVID) and IgG deficiency are two of the more prevalent primary humoral immune defects. Whereas the former is defined by consensus with criteria for quantitative and qualitative antibody defects, the latter is used to describe patients with reduced IgG, who commonly have recurrent sinopulmonary infections but do not fulfill CVID criteria. However, these patients are often given this diagnosis.

All-optical wireless wavelength multiplexing and demultiplexing using resonant cavity.

The potential capability of wireless wavelength multiplexing and demultiplexing can enable the next development of smaller photonic counterparts for network architectures. This paper numerically represents a new design of a wireless transmission in C-band infrared wavelengths within two identical resonant cavities between photonic chips. This system consists of an H1 rod-type two-dimensional photonic crystal (PhC) microcavity, which can be operated as both a transmitter and a receiver without interfering wi...

Bronchial Asthma and Bronchial Hyperresponsiveness and Their Characteristics in Patients with Common Variable Immunodeficiency.

Common variable immunodeficiency (CVID) is one of the most frequent primary immunodeficiencies and is characterized by disturbed immunoglobulin production and dysregulation of the immune system. Results of previous studies suggest a higher prevalence of bronchial asthma (BA) in CVID patients than in the general population. We initiated this study to evaluate lung functions and identify risk factors for BA and bronchial hyperresponsiveness (BHR) in patients with CVID.

Crystallography on a chip - without the chip: sheet-on-sheet sandwich.

Crystallography chips are fixed-target supports consisting of a film (for example Kapton) or wafer (for example silicon) that is processed using semiconductor-microfabrication techniques to yield an array of wells or through-holes in which single microcrystals can be lodged for raster-scan probing. Although relatively expensive to fabricate, chips offer an efficient means of high-throughput sample presentation for serial diffraction data collection at synchrotron or X-ray free-electron laser (XFEL) sources....

Protein-resistant properties of poly(N-vinylpyrrolidone)-modified gold surfaces: The advantage of bottle-brushes over linear brushes.

Poly(N-vinylpyrrolidone) (PVP)-modified surfaces have been shown to possess excellent protein resistance and good biocompatibility. However, PVP-modified surfaces with different molecular architectures have not been prepared, and their protein-resistant properties have not been studied. Herein, gold surfaces modified with linear PVP brush and PVP bottle-brush architectures were prepared by photoinitiated surface grafting polymerization. Ellipsometry, X-ray photoelectron spectroscopy (XPS), water contact ang...

Loop-Mediated Isothermal Amplification In Microchambers On A Cell Microarray Chip For Identification of Plasmodium Species.

Malaria is caused by Plasmodium spp., a parasitic protist that infects erythrocytes. A method that can detect the parasite with high sensitivity and that can identify the parasite species is urgently required for the control of malaria. The cell microarray chip was made using polystyrene with 200 cone-shaped frustum microchambers (800-μm top diameter, 636-μm bottom diameter, and 225 μm deep). Approximately 3,000 erythrocytes could be accommodated in each microchamber with monolayer formation, there being...

A linked organ-on-chip model of the human neurovascular unit reveals the metabolic coupling of endothelial and neuronal cells.

The neurovascular unit (NVU) regulates metabolic homeostasis as well as drug pharmacokinetics and pharmacodynamics in the central nervous system. Metabolic fluxes and conversions over the NVU rely on interactions between brain microvascular endothelium, perivascular pericytes, astrocytes and neurons, making it difficult to identify the contributions of each cell type. Here we model the human NVU using microfluidic organ chips, allowing analysis of the roles of individual cell types in NVU functions. Three c...

Patient-Reported Outcomes version of the Common Terminology Criteria for Adverse Events: Methods for item selection in industry-sponsored oncology clinical trials.

As new cancer treatment regimens demonstrate increased potential to improve patients' survival, more focus is directed toward the quality of that extension of life and to obtaining additional information from patients regarding their experience with treatment. The utility of capturing patient-reported treatment-related symptoms to complement traditional clinician-rated symptomatic adverse event reporting is well-documented. The National Cancer Institute's Patient-Reported Outcomes version of the Common Term...

Common Problems in General Pediatrics.

Common knowledge: shared genetics in psychiatry.

"Implications of the Revised Common Rule for Human Participant Research".

COPD - a Common Clinical Condition.

Patient Harms Remain Common.

What Coats Disease and Age-Related Macular Degeneration Have in Common.

Failures in Precaution Practices are Common in Hospitals.

Common Foot Problems: Home Treatments.

In Defense of Common Human Responses.


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