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Burning for the Buddha: Self-Immolation in Chinese Buddhism
- J. Benn
- 28 February 2007
"Burning for the Buddha" is the first book-length study of the theory and practice of "abandoning the body" (self-immolation) in Chinese Buddhism. It examines the hagiographical accounts of all those… Expand
Comparative modeling and analysis of microfluidic and conventional DNA microarrays.
- J. Benn, Jenny Hu, B. Hogan, R. Fry, L. Samson, T. Thorsen
- Biology, Medicine
- Analytical biochemistry
- 15 January 2006
A theoretical analysis was developed to predict molecular hybridization rates for microarrays where samples flow through microfluidic channels and for conventional microarrays where samples remain… Expand
Tea in China: A Religious and Cultural History
- J. Benn
- 28 February 2015
This is not a general history of tea in China, nor does it pretend to be. The operative part of the title is actually the subtitle: A Religious and Cultural History. As will be obvious to anyone who… Expand
Multiple Meanings of Buddhist Self-Immolation in China — A Historical Perspective
- J. Benn
offer this contribution to the study of the recent wave of selfimmolations in Tibet not because I believe that the historical perspective on Buddhist self-immolation is the only useful one, but in… Expand
Predictive correlation of oxygen and carbon dioxide transfer in a blood oxygenator with induced secondary flows.
Secondary Flow and Mass Transfer in an Oscillating Torus
Temporary targeted renal blood flow interruption using a reverse thermosensitive polymer to facilitate bloodless partial nephrectomy: a swine survival study
What's known on the subject? and What does the study add?
Temporary targeted hemostasis to facilitate bloodless partial nephrectomy.
OBJECTIVE To extend previous robotic-assisted techniques developed in the swine model to studies of laparoscopic and open partial nephrectomy conducted in pigs and calves, designed to encompass… Expand
Upper and lower bounds on oxygen transfer rates: A theoretical consideration
Targeted Endovascular Temporary Vessel Occlusion with a Reverse Thermosensitive Polymer for Near-Bloodless Partial Nephrectomy: Comparison to Standard Surgical Clamping Techniques
- S. Flacke, Niall J. Harty, +6 authors P. Madras
- CardioVascular and Interventional Radiology
- 15 October 2012
PurposeTo determine whether reversible blood flow interruption to a randomly chosen target region of the kidney may be achieved with the injection of a reverse thermoplastic polymer through an… Expand