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Synthesis and surface functionalization of silica nanoparticles for nanomedicine.
- Alexander Liberman, N. Mendez, W. Trogler, A. Kummel
- Medicine, Chemistry
- Surface science reports
- 1 September 2014
There are a wide variety of silica nanoformulations being investigated for biomedical applications. Silica nanoparticles can be produced using a wide variety of synthetic techniques with precise… Expand
Selective detection of vapor phase hydrogen peroxide with phthalocyanine chemiresistors.
- F. I. Bohrer, C. Colesniuc, J. Park, I. Schuller, A. Kummel, W. Trogler
- Medicine, Chemistry
- Journal of the American Chemical Society
- 6 March 2008
The use of hydrogen peroxide as a precursor to improvised explosives has made its detection a topic of critical importance. Chemiresistor arrays comprised of 50 nm thick films of… Expand
Comparative Healing of Human Cutaneous Surgical Incisions Created by the PEAK PlasmaBlade, Conventional Electrosurgery, and a Standard Scalpel
- Manuel E. Ruidíaz, D. Messmer, +5 authors G. Gurtner
- Plastic and reconstructive surgery
- 1 July 2011
Background: The authors investigated thermal injury depth, inflammation, and scarring in human abdominal skin by comparing the histology of incisions made with a standard “cold” scalpel blade,… Expand
Determination of population and alignment of the ground state using two‐photon nonresonant excitation
A method is presented for determining the population A(0)0, the quadrupole alignment factors A(2)0, A(2)1, A(2)2, and the hexadecapole alignment factors A(4)0, A(4)1, A(4)2, A(4)3, A(4)4 for a (v,J)… Expand
Automating tumor classification with pixel-by-pixel contrast-enhanced ultrasound perfusion kinetics.
- Casey N. Ta, Y. Kono, Christopher V. Barback, R. Mattrey, A. Kummel
- Journal of vacuum science and technology. B…
- 22 March 2012
Contrast-enhanced ultrasound (CEUS) enables highly specific time-resolved imaging of vasculature by intravenous injection of ∼2 μm gas filled microbubbles. To develop a quantitative automated… Expand
III–V FET channel designs for high current densities and thin inversion layers
III–V FETs are being developed for potential application in 0.3–3 THz systems and VLSI. To increase bandwidth, we must increase the drive current I<inf>d</inf> = qn<inf>s</inf>… Expand
Steep subthreshold swing tunnel FETs: GaN/InN/GaN and transition metal dichalcogenide channels
- A. Seabaugh, S. Fathipour, +6 authors P. Fay
- IEEE International Electron Devices Meeting (IEDM…
- 1 December 2015
As the understanding of tunnel field-effect transistors (TFET) advances, new approaches are emerging to lower off-currents, lower defect density in tunnel junctions, and to increase the highest… Expand
Hollow silica and silica-boron nano/microparticles for contrast-enhanced ultrasound to detect small tumors.
- Alexander Liberman, H. P. Martinez, +7 authors Z. Wu
- Materials Science, Medicine
- 1 July 2012
Diagnosing tumors at an early stage when they are easily curable and may not require systemic chemotherapy remains a challenge to clinicians. In order to improve early cancer detection, gas filled… Expand
Enhanced Touch Preps Improve the Ease of Interpretation of Intraoperative Breast Cancer Margins
Positive margins and the resulting multiple operations are a major problem for breast conservation therapy. Accurate assessment of intraoperative tumor margins can limit multiple re-excision… Expand
Surface Defects and Passivation of Ge and III―V Interfaces
The need for high-κ gate dielectrics and metal gates in advanced integrated circuits has reopened the door to Ge and III–V compounds as potential replacements for silicon channels, offering the… Expand