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Membrane‐electrode assembly enhances performance of a microbial fuel cell type biological oxygen demand sensor
A membrane‐electrode assembly (MEA) was applied to a microbial fuel cell (MFC) type biological oxygen demand (BOD) sensor and the performance of the sensor was assessed. To establish the optimalExpand
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Label-free viscosity measurement of complex fluids using reversal flow switching manipulation in a microfluidic channel.
The accurate viscosity measurement of complex fluids is essential for characterizing fluidic behaviors in blood vessels and in microfluidic channels of lab-on-a-chip devices. A microfluidic platformExpand
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A microfluidic device for simultaneous measurement of viscosity and flow rate of blood in a complex fluidic network.
Blood viscosity has been considered as one of important biophysical parameters for effectively monitoring variations in physiological and pathological conditions of circulatory disorders. StandardExpand
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Velocity field measurements of blood flows using a synchrotron x-ray imaging technique
The x-ray PIV technique was empoyed to measure instantaneous velocity fields of blood flow in an opaque microchannel. Generally, it is difficult for conventional clinical instruments to visualizeExpand
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Simultaneous removal of water and BTEX from feed gas for a cryogenic plant
The removal of water and benzene, toluene, ethyl benzene, xylene (BTEX) from the feed gas of a cryogenic plant is critical in order to avoid precipitation of these components in the cold section ofExpand
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Multiplexed on-chip real-time PCR using hydrogel spot array for microRNA profiling of minimal tissue samples
Abstract Since microRNAs (miRNAs) have been considered as regulators of messenger RNA (mRNA) translation, the development of the simple, multiplex, and quantitatively precise miRNA profilingExpand
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Effects of red blood cell aggregates dissociation on the estimation of ultrasound speckle image velocimetry.
Ultrasound speckle image of blood is mainly attributed by red blood cells (RBCs) which tend to form RBC aggregates. RBC aggregates are separated into individual cells when the shear force is over aExpand
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New chiral phosphinoimidazolidine ligand in palladium-catalyzed asymmetric allylic substitution
Chiral phosphinoimidazolidine 3 was used as an excellent ligand in Pd-catalyzed asymmetric allylic alkylation of racemic 1,3-diphenyl-2-propenyl acetate 5 with dimethyl malonate. OutstandingExpand
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