Pankaj Vadgama

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  • William H. Goodson, Leroy Lowe, David O. Carpenter, Michael Gilbertson, Abdul Manaf Ali, Adela Lopez de Cerain Salsamendi +167 others
  • 2015
Lifestyle factors are responsible for a considerable portion of cancer incidence worldwide, but credible estimates from the World Health Organization and the International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC) suggest that the fraction of cancers attributable to toxic environmental exposures is between 7% and 19%. To explore the hypothesis that low-dose(More)
Silver-particle-incorporated polyurethane films were evaluated for antimicrobial activity towards two different bacteria: Escherichia coli (E. coli) and Staphylococcus aureus (S. aureus). Distributed silver particles sourced from silver nitrate, silver lactate and preformed silver nanoparticles were mixed with polyurethane (PU) and variously characterized(More)
This work presents the design, fabrication, and characterization of a robust 3D printed microfluidic analysis system that integrates with FDA-approved clinical microdialysis probes for continuous monitoring of human tissue metabolite levels. The microfluidic device incorporates removable needle type integrated biosensors for glucose and lactate, which are(More)
— To enable continuous monitor ing of electr ochemical sensor s outside the labor ator ies, ther e is a significant demand on electr ochemical measur ement systems to be miniatur ized. The paper pr esents a low-cost, por table miniatur e device for electr ochemical measur ements. The device consists of a 35mm x 20mm x 25mm wir eless tag, which enables(More)
Jet lag has potentially serious deleterious effects on performance in athletes following transmeridian travel, where time zones are crossed eastwards or westwards; as such, travel causes specific effects related to desynchronization of the athlete's internal body clock or circadian clock. Athletes are particularly sensitive to the effects of jet lag, as(More)
Analytical expressions for solute diffusion through a membrane barrier for different initial and boundary conditions are available in the literature. The three commonest initial and boundary conditions are for a membrane without solute respectively immersed in a solution of constant concentration, immersed in such a solution for one side but with the other(More)
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