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Matrix metalloproteinase and carbonic anhydrase detection based on ¹⁹F MRI and fluorescence
Zinc metalloproteins are heavily involved in a wide variety of human diseases,¹ such as rheumatoid arthritis, periodontitis, and cancer. Matrix metalloproteinase (MMP) and carbonic anhydrase (CA) are two zinc containing ...
Solution characterization and fabrication of hydrogel microstructures on an optical fiber
Sociomicrobiology has recently come to the forefront of bioanalytical research, primarily due to its physiological impact in the medical field. The interaction of bacterial cells in small, dense populations can reveal ...
The reactive and dissociative behavior of size-selected clusters and ion complexes in the gas phase
Molecular complexation properties of several types of size-selected ions are examined in the gas phase by mass spectrometric techniques. Transition metal oxide clusters of (MoO₃)[subscript n]⁻ where n = 2-12 and (WO₃)[subscript ...
The development of a polymer microsphere multi-analyte sensor array platform
The development of a chip-based sensor array composed of individually addressable polystyrene-polyethylene glycol and agarose microspheres has been demonstrated. The microspheres are selectively arranged in micromachined ...
Catalytic and polymer composite applications of graphite oxide and the controlled synthesis of donor-acceptor conjugated polymers
While much of the recent work regarding carbon materials has centered on monolayer graphene, we have focused on the relatively inexpensive, and readily accessible graphite oxide (GO) and thermally-reduced graphite oxide ...