Lindsay C C Elliott

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Four techniques for analyzing single molecule tracking data--confinement level analysis, time series analysis and statistical analysis of lateral diffusion, multistate kinetics, and a newly developed method, radius of gyration evolution analysis--are compared using a set of sample fluorophore trajectories obtained from the lipophilic carbocyanine dye(More)
BACKGROUND Cancer and other chronic diseases reduce quality and length of life and productivity, and represent a significant financial burden to society. Evidence-based public health approaches to prevent cancer and other chronic diseases have been identified in recent decades and have the potential for high impact. Yet, barriers to implement prevention(More)
Use of scientific evidence aids in ensuring that public health interventions have the best possible health and economic return on investment. We describe use of academic journals by state health department chronic disease prevention staff to find public health evidence. We surveyed more than 900 state health department staff from all states and the District(More)
Spatial and temporal heterogeneities in expanded and collapsed surface bound poly(N-isopropylacrylamide), pNIPAAm, films are studied by single molecule tracking (SMT) experiments. Tracking data are analyzed using both radius of gyration (R(g)) evolution and confinement level calculations to elucidate the range of behaviors displayed by single Rhodamine6G(More)
INTRODUCTION Until recently, health care systems in the United States often lacked a unified approach to prevent and manage chronic disease. Recent efforts have been made to close this gap through various calls for increased collaboration between public health and health care systems to better coordinate provision of services and programs. Currently, the(More)
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