R. Anthony Reynolds

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With the advent of medical imaging devices such as computed tomography, positron emission tomography, single photon emission computed tomography, magnetic resonance imaging, and ultrasound scanners, methods are widely available for capturing the shape and other properties of real objects (human organs) directly in machine-readable form. One way of(More)
An exceptionally simple and effective DNA detection methodology based on latex microsphere and gold nanoparticle probes has been developed. The latex and gold particle probes, which were functionalized with separate oligonucleotide sequences, undergo hybridization in the presence of target strands that are complementary to both of the probes. Duplex(More)
A new technique for the detection of the axoplasmic transport of beta-radioactively labelled materials is described wherein a multiwire proportional chamber is used to measure the distribution of activity along peripheral nerve fibers which are maintained in vitro. The operating principles of the chamber are described and basic construction parameters(More)
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