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In the last decade, the seminal term and concept of "m-health" were first defined and introduced in this transactions as "mobile computing, medical sensor, and communications technologies for healthcare." Since that special section, the m-health concept has become one of the key technological domains that reflected the key advances in remote healthcare and(More)
Previously, from the human intestinal flora we isolated the bacterial strain Bacteroides uniformis ZL1, which could convert secoisolariciresinol diglucoside (SDG) to its aglycone secoisolariciresinol (SECO) in vivo. In this study, 24 putative β-glucosidase genes were screened from the genome of B. uniformis ATCC 8492, which were used as templates to design(More)
The damping of spin waves transmitted through a two-port magnonic device implemented on a yttrium iron garnet thin film is shown to be proportional to the temperature gradient imposed on the device. The sign of the damping depends on the relative orientation of the magnetic field, the wave vector, and the temperature gradient. The observations are accounted(More)
The IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society (EMBS) established a technical committee on wearable biomedical sensors and systems (WBSS) in 2004. This position paper presents the view of the technical committee on the field of wearable sensors and systems in medicine, and shortly introduces its plan of action. The purpose of the position paper is to(More)
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