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The present study was designed to identify novel membrane proteins that signal during platelet aggregation. Because one putative mechanism for signaling by a membrane protein involves phosphorylation, we used oligonucleotide-based microarray analyses and mass spectrometric proteomics techniques to specifically discover membrane proteins and also identify(More)
The CUAUV Drekar is a new littoral autonomous underwater vehicle (AUV) developed by a team of students at Cornell University. Built in a ten month design cycle, the vehicle was fully modeled using CAD software and manufactured almost entirely in-house. With a number of new innovations, Drekar presents a smaller, lighter, more agile platform with increased(More)
The CUAUV Tachyon is a new littoral hovering inspection class Autonomous Underwater Vehicle developed by a team of undergraduate students at Cornell University. The product of a year of design and manufacture by the team, Tachyon surpasses previous CUAUV vehicles in performance, functionality, and modularity. Successful elements from CUAUV’s previous(More)
Extracranial cerebrospinal fluid (CSF) shunt obstruction is one of the most important problems in hydrocephalus patient management. Despite ongoing research into better shunt design, robust and reliable detection of shunt malfunction remains elusive. The authors present a novel method of correlating degree of tissue ingrowth into ventricular CSF drainage(More)
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