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Electrodermal activity (EDA) recording is a powerful, widely used tool for monitoring psychological or physiological arousal. However, analysis of EDA is hampered by its sensitivity to motion artifacts. We propose a method for removing motion artifacts from EDA, measured as skin conductance (SC), using a stationary wavelet transform (SWT). We modeled the… (More)
Recently, wearable devices have allowed for long term, ambulatory measurement of electrodermal activity (EDA). Despite the fact that ambulatory recording can be noisy, and recording artifacts can easily be mistaken for a physiological response during analysis, to date there is no automatic method for detecting artifacts. This paper describes the development… (More)
SecA ATPase is a critical member of the Sec family, which is important in the translocation of membrane and secreted polypeptides/proteins in bacteria. Small molecule inhibitors can be very useful research tools as well as leads for future antimicrobial agent development. Based on previous virtual screening work, we optimized the structures of two hit… (More)
Cell surface N-glycoproteins play extraordinarily important roles in cell-cell communication, cell-matrix interactions, and cellular response to environmental cues. Global analysis is exceptionally challenging because many N-glycoproteins are present at low abundances and effective separation is difficult to achieve. Here, we have developed a novel strategy… (More)
Glycosylation is one of the most important protein modifications in biological systems. It plays a critical role in protein folding, trafficking, and stability as well as cellular events such as immune response and cell-to-cell communication. Aberrant protein glycosylation is correlated with several diseases including diabetes, cancer, and infectious… (More)
Substituted tetrazines have been found to undergo facile inverse electron demand Diels-Alder reactions with "tunable" reaction rates.
Thiols are important molecules in the environment and in biological processes. Cysteine (Cys), homocysteine (Hcy), glutathione (GSH) and hydrogen sulfide (H(2)S) play critical roles in a variety of physiological and pathological processes. The selective detection of thiols using reaction-based probes and sensors is very important in basic research and in… (More)
Homogeneous nanocomposites composed of hydroxyapatite and chitosan in the presence of polylactic acid were synthesized by a novel in situ precipitation method. The morphological and compositional properties of composites were investigated. Hydroxyapatite nanoparticles in a special rod-like shape with a diameter of about 50nm and a length of about 300nm were… (More)
A stable and highly selective fluorescent probe has been designed and synthesized for the rapid detection of fluoride ions (F(-)) in aqueous solution and living cells. The design was based on the high reactivity of F(-) toward a silyl group.
Driven by the need to improve specificity and bioavailability of therapeutic agents, reduce drug cytotoxicity, and overcome drug resistance, continuous efforts have been dedicated over the last few decades to the development of stimuli-responsive drug-delivery nanoplatforms for controlled drug release in response to specific cellular signals. Among them,… (More)