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A New Decomposition-Based Computer-Aided Molecular/Mixture Design Methodology for the Design of Optimal Solvents and Solvent Mixtures
This paper presents a novel computer-aided molecular/mixture design (CAMD) methodology for the design of optimal solvents and solvent mixtures using a mixed integer nonlinear programming (MINLP) model.
A superstructure based approach to chemical reactor network synthesis
A computer-aided molecular design framework for crystallization solvent design
Expression Profile of Osteoblast Lineage at Defined Stages of Differentiation*
Applying methods to generate more homogeneous populations of cells at a defined level of cellular differentiation from a primary osteogenic culture is feasible and leads to a novel interpretation of the gene expression associated with increasing levels of osteoprogenitor maturation.
Designing environmentally safe refrigerants using mathematical programming
Genetic signatures of High- and Low-Risk Aberrant Crypt Foci in a Mouse Model of Sporadic Colon Cancer
Genetic signatures that predict cancer risk are identified from gene expression analysis on ACF from two mouse strains with differing tumor sensitivity to the colonotropic carcinogen, azoxymethane, to demonstrate that ACF with distinct tumorigenic potential have distinguishing molecular features.
Environmentally benign solvent design by global optimization
On the design of environmentally benign refrigerant mixtures : a mathematical programming approach
An experimental verification of morphology of ibuprofen crystals from CAMD designed solvent