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  • Medical Device Link . Electrochemical biosensors for affinity assays
    , aminophenyl phosphate is used as a substrate (in place of nitrophenyl phosphate), and the aminophenol product is detected anodically with a flow-injection analysis system. Aizawa devised a host of sensors with a classic Clark-type O2 electrode as the base sensor and catalase as the enzyme label.11 Catalase
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    with the company's H-Filter is based on the parallel flow of two or more fluid streams in a single microfluidic channel. Under microfluidic conditions, fluids usually travel in a very predictable laminar fashion that allows miscible fluids such as whole blood and phosphate buffered saline (PBS) to flow next
  • Blue Lagoons on Pig Farms?
    and encourages moving ahead with innovation and evaluation of lower-cost, next-generation systems. ". Soil scientists Patrick. Hunt (left), Matias Vanotti. (center), and Ariel Szogi. examine a sample of calcium. phosphate produced by the. wastewater treatment system. (D033-2). Szogi was with North Carolina State
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    . The types of materials featured in the above uses include metals (stainless steel, titanium, cobalt chrome, nitinol), ceramics and glasses (alumina, calcium phosphate, hydroxyapatite), and a wide range of synthetic and natural polymers. This article focuses on polymers, and presents a brief overview of some
  • Active Hair-Bundle Motility by the Vertebrate Hair Cell
    . surface was bathed by standard saline consisting of 110 mM Na+, 2 mM K+, 4 mM Ca2+,. 122 mM Cl–, 3 mM D-glucose, 2 mM creatine phosphate, 2 mM sodium pyruvate and. 5 mM HEPES, hair bundles projected in NMDG artificial endolymph containing 2 mM. Na+, 3 mM K+, 0.075-4 mM Ca2+, 110 mM N-methyl-D
  • Making Lithium-ion Batteries Meet MIL-STD-810 (.pdf)
    (Nickel, Manganese, and Cobalt), as well as the high rate. varieties such as Lithium Iron Phosphate and Manganese Spinel. • Primary Lithium – Disposable lithium chemistries include. Lithium Thionyl Chloride (Li/SOCl2), Lithium Sulphur Dioxide. (Li/SO2), and Lithium Manganese Dioxide (Li/MnO2

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