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Lab on a chip for in situ diagnosis: From blood to point of care
  • J. Lee, S. Lee
  • Medicine
  • Biomedical engineering letters
  • 1 June 2013
As the point of care diagnosis devices are becoming ever more popular, this paper suggest a miniaturized testing device from a drop of blood to diagnosis of disease for the global healthcare. TheExpand
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Quadratic stability and stabilization of linear systems with Frobenius norm-bounded uncertainties
In this paper, a quadratic stability condition and a quadratic stabilizer are proposed for linear systems with Frobenius norm-bounded uncertainties. The necessary and sufficient condition for theExpand
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Receding horizon H tracking control for time-varying discrete linear systems
In this paper, a new receding horizon tracking control law based on the H control concept, is proposed for time-varying discrete linear systems. The proposed controller is constructed using a dynamicExpand
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Nanomaterial-based in vitro analytical system for diagnosis and therapy in microfluidic device
In this review, nanomaterial-based sensing systems, which include diverse organic and inorganic nanoparticles, are introduced with specific examples, including microfluidics integrated systems. Expand
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Triplet energy confinement effect in blue phosphorescent organic light emitting devices
The effects of triplet energy confinement and charge balance by hole and electron transport layers are investigated on blue phosphorescent organic light emitting devices (PHOLEDs).
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High-Efficiency Blue Emitting Phosphorescent OLEDs
In this paper, we will show our latest results on high-efficiency blue phosphorescent organic light-emitting diodes (PHOLEDs). Effects of triplet exciton confinement, exciton energy transfer andExpand
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Origin of basal plane bending in hexagonal silicon carbide single crystals
Abstract 4H-SiC crystals grown by the physical vapor transport method were investigated using high-resolution X-ray diffraction, defect selective etching, and transmission electron microscopy. The (0Expand
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Biodegradation of 4-t-Octylphenol by Basidioradulum molare and Scbizopora paradoxa and Estrogenecity Reduction of its Metabolites
Recalcitrant 4-t-Octylphenol used as a surfactant was subjected to the biodegradation with wood rot fungi, Basidioradulum molare and Schizopora paradoxa. Two fungi were grown in the culture mediumExpand
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