Standards and Technical Documents - The Study of a Light-Activated Albumin Protein Solder to Bond Layers of Prcine Small Intestine Submucosa. - BIOMED 2003
Description: This study investigated the feasibility of bonding layers of porcine small intestinal submucosa (SIS, Cook Biotech, Inc.) with a light-activated protein solder. SIS is an acellular, collagen-based extracellular matrix material that is approximately 100 ?m thick. The solder consists of bovine serum
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with a four-port cross-structure. The channels are filled with buffer (black) and a red dye. Left (a), the voltage applied is high at the upper port and low at the bottom port, causing the buffer and dye to move from top to bottom and fill the intersection. Right (b), the applied voltage is high on the right
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and the project 's manager. "It doesn 't use any chemicals, reagents, or fluorescent probes, so there 's no need to modify the cell or incubate it with a dye. We take the cell in its physiological condition and make the light measurement in a very short period of time. ". With electrical-to-optical
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. Wilco developed the LFC test method and is applying for a patent. Company officials describe LFC technology as a significant advance in leak detection. "We recognized that the available tests all involved a compromise, particularly the blue-dye test, which is messy and unwieldy," says sales
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HERMETICITY Hermeticity is commonly measured by dye-penetrant, bubble-emission, pressure-decay, microbial-ingress, radioactive, and mass spectrometer systems. All of these techniques are commercially available and can be used to detect leaks. Some like the bubble and dye methods can pinpoint
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and then sealing the dye in the porous anodized oxide layer that is electrochemically grown on the aluminum, the part is immersed in a second electrolysis tank following initial clear anodization. The second electrolysis tank typically contains specific metal salts, such as stannous sulfate, for coloring.7
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. Electric current sent through a gel pulls the DNA fragments along, and different fragment sizes can then be separated by the speed of movement into visible groups. The fragments that are tagged with a visible dye can be finally distinguished with a closely located miniaturized spectrometer. CONCLUSION
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to Newborn Screening," Clin Chem, 30(2):287 290, 1984. 16. Elvers LH, Diependaal GAM, Blonk HJ, et al., "Phenylketonuria Screening Using the Quantase Phenylalanine Kit Combination with a Microfilter System and the Dye Tartrazine," Screening, 3(4):209 223, 1995. 17. Wang K, Gan L, Boysen C, et al
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]. In particular, poly-. on the reaction medium effect on provitamin D photo-. mer-dye films are used as the photo-active layers in light. chemistry [7-10], this work is also directed on elabora-. emitting diodes (LED), lasers and photovoltaic cells. tion of new UV sensitive materials, in particular, as UV
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Criteria for the creation of lightfast dyed matrices are formulated.
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Two acidic polymers were examined as dye matrices , one with fluorinated alcohol groups on a poly(styrene) backbone and the other with fluorinated bisphenol moieties alternating with oligo(dimethylsiloxane) segments.
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Thus, it is evident that there is a positive influence of the presence of the non- dye matrix .