Yi-Ting Chou

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Skin wound healing is an important lifesaving issue for massive lesions. A novel porous scaffold with collagen, hyaluronic acid and gelatin was developed for skin wound repair. The swelling ratio of this developed scaffold was assayed by water absorption capacity and showed a value of over 20 g water/g dried scaffold. The scaffold was then degraded in time-(More)
Personal Health Record systems (PHRs) provide opportunities for patients to access their own PHR. However, PHRs are teeming with medical terminologies, such as disease and symptom names, etc. Patients need readily understandable and useful health knowledge in addition to their records in order to enhance their self-care ability. This study describes a(More)
Nonsyndromic orofacial cleft is a common birth defect with a complex etiology, including multiple genetic and environmental risk factors. Recent whole genome analyses suggested associations between nonsyndromic orofacial cleft and up to 18 genetic risk loci (ABCA4, BMP4, CRISPLD2, GSTT1, FGF8, FGFR2, FOXE1, IRF6, MAFB, MSX1, MTHFR, MYH9, PDGFC, PVRL1,(More)
As the Web becomes the major information source of our daily activities, tools for finding various information on it are indispensable. This paper addresses theWeb retrieval of instance-attribute information, e.g., the contact addresses and research interests (attributes) of faculty and students (instances). This kind of information need is very common but(More)
In a free of charge or flat-rate Internet access environment, there often exists abusive and unfair usage of network resources. In this paper, the Internet access by the dormitory users at the National Taiwan University (NTU) serves as a conveyer problem. A quota-based service architecture combined with priority scheduling is developed to resolve the(More)
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