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In this study, the reliability of NDIR-based sensors was explored by evaluating the comparability between measurement systems in the near real-time analysis of CO 2. For this purpose, replicate analyses were performed using sensors of two different model types (H-550 and B-530, ELT Company, Korea). Three replicate data of each sensor type collected(More)
The forkhead box M1b (FoxM1b) transcription factor is over-expressed in human cancers, and its expression often correlates with poor prognosis. Previously, using conditional knockout strains, we showed that FoxM1b is essential for hepatocellular carcinoma (HCC) development. However, over-expression of FoxM1b had only marginal effects on HCC progression.(More)
Perceived order of two consecutive stimuli may not correspond to the order of their physical onsets. Such a disagreement presumably results from a difference in the speed of stimulus processing toward central decision mechanisms. Since previous evidence suggests that the right posterior parietal cortex (PPC) plays a role in modulating the processing speed(More)
To simulate the occurrence of masking phenomena with the aid of an air dilution sensory (ads) test, two types of odorant mixtures were prepared: (1) M(2) with two individual odorants [H(2)S and acetaldehyde (AA)] and (2) M(6) with six individual odorants (H(2)S and five aldehydes). The test results derived for samples containing single individual odorants(More)
To learn more about the effects of mixing different odorants, a series of air dilution sensory (ADS) tests were conducted using four reduced sulfur compounds [RSC: hydrogen sulfide (H(2)S), methanethiol (CH(3)SH), dimethylsulfide (DMS), and dimethyldisulfide (DMDS)] at varying concentration levels. The tests were initially conducted by analyzing samples(More)
BACKGROUND Numerous studies have linked fine particles [≤ 2.5 µm in aerodynamic diameter (PM(2.5))] and health. Most studies focused on the total mass of the particles, although the chemical composition of the particles varies substantially. Which chemical components of fine particles that are the most harmful is not well understood, and research on the(More)
Odorous VOC emission following land application of swine manure slurry" (2013). Faculty Publications from The Water Center. Paper 24. a b s t r a c t Swine manure is often applied to crop land as a fertilizer source. Odor emissions from land-applied swine manure may pose a nuisance to downwind populations if manure is not applied with sufficient(More)
The emission rates of volatile organic compounds (VOCs) were measured to investigate the emission characteristics of five types of common furniture products using a 5 m(3) size chamber at 25°C and 50% humidity. The results indicated that toluene and α-pinene are the most dominant components. The emission rates of individual components decreased constantly(More)