Matthias Kuhl

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We used Monte Carlo simulations and the diffusion approximation to estimate correction terms for the analysis of reflectance spectra of cortical intrinsic optical signals. These corrections depend on scattering and absorption properties, i.e. they are dependent on assumptions on the tissue blood content and oxygen saturation. The analysis was applied to(More)
A highly selective liquid membrane nitrite microsensor based on the hydrophobic ion-carrier aquocyanocobalt(III)-hepta(2-phenylethyl)-cobrynate is described. The sensor has a tip diameter of 10 to 15 (mu)m. The response is log-linear in freshwater down to 1 (mu)M NO(inf2)(sup-) and in seawater to 10 (mu)M NO(inf2)(sup-). A method is described for(More)
Recent advances in miniaturization of both electronics and MEMS devices have resulted in a considerable power reduction [1]. On the other hand, the size of power supplies for such miniaturized devices has been only marginally scaled down. Downsizing conventional batteries to wafer level causes various problems, e.g. the electrode materials or the(More)
Micromonas (Peptostreptococcus) micros is frequently associated with periodontal disease as well as respiratory, gastrointestinal and female genitourinary tract infections, but only rarely has been reported as a pathogenic agent of prosthetic joint infections. Here we describe a case of a 63-year-old woman with prosthetic joint infection of total hip(More)
This work presents the design and testing of an integrated 8-channel CMOS biopotential recording chip, consisting of low-noise input stages, tunable second stage, a multiplexer, and two analog-to-digital converters (ADC). Through its variable supply concept, the integrated input-referred noise of the first stage is selectable from 1.5 down to 0.63 μVRMS(More)