Hsiao-Ting Hsu

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There are many techniques for preparing two-dimensional aligned fibril matrices. However, the critical problem associated with these techniques is the destruction of the native structure (e.g., the α-helix) of the proteins. Moreover, most of these techniques cannot create a three-dimensional (3D), aligned reconstituted collagen fibril matrix in one step. In(More)
In this paper, we present a quality enhancement scheme for endoscopic images. Traditional algorithms might be able to enhance the image contrast, but possible over-enhancement also lead to bad overall visual quality which prevents surgeons from accurate examination or operations of instruments in Minimal Invasive Surgery (MIS). Our proposed scheme(More)
Efficient diagnosis is very important for the prevention and treatment of diseases. Rapid disease screening in ambulatory environment is one of the most pressing needs for disease control. Despite there are many methods to detect the results of immunoassays, quantitative measurement for rapid disease screening is still a great challenge for point-of-care(More)
Carbon nanotube (CNT) has been utilized for the biological detection due to its extremely sensitive to biological molecules. A paper-based CNT sensing microfluidic device has been developed for the detection of protein, i.e., biotin-avidin, binding. We have developed a fabrication method that allows controlled deposition of bundled CNTs with well-defined(More)
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