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Quantitative assessment of angiogenesis, perfused blood vessels and endothelial tip cells in the postnatal mouse brain

Nature Protocols 10, 53 (2015). doi:10.1038/nprot.2015.002 Authors: Thomas Wälchli, José María Mateos, Oliver Weinman, Daniela Babic, Luca Regli, Simon P Hoerstrup, Holger Gerhardt, Martin E Schwab & Johannes Vogel During development and in various diseases of the CNS, ne ... more

In vivo rapid gene delivery into postmitotic neocortical neurons using iontoporation

Nature Protocols 10, 25 (2015). doi:10.1038/nprot.2015.001 Authors: Andres De la Rossa & Denis Jabaudon This protocol describes a method for directing the expression of genes of interest into postmitotic neocortical neurons in vivo. Microinjection of a DNA plasmid-amphiph ... more

Hole-transport materials with greatly-differing redox potentials give efficient TiO2–[CH3NH3][PbX3] perovskite solar cells

Two diacetylide-triphenylamine hole-transport materials (HTM) with varying redox potential have been applied in planar junction TiO2–[CH3NH3]PbI3−xClx solar cells leading to high power-conversion efficiencies up to 8.8%. More positive oxidation potential of the HTM gives higher VOC and lowe ... more

“AND” luminescent “reactive” molecular logic gates: a gateway to multi-analyte bioimaging and biosensing

This review outlines examples that illustrate a recent and highly innovative concept in the field of (bio)molecular sensing, namely the simultaneous multi-analyte detection using “reactive” luminescent probes that are able to produce an optical signal only in response to multiple (bio)chemi ... more

Supramolecular photochemistry: from molecular crystals to water-soluble capsules

Photochemical and photophysical behavior of molecules in supramolecular assemblies are different and more selective than in gas and isotropic solution phases. Knowledge of the inherent electronic and steric properties of the reactant is insufficient to predict the excited state behavior of ... more

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Azodye−Rhodamine-Based Fluorescent and Colorimetric Probe Specific for the Detection of Pd2+ in Aqueous Ethanolic Solution: Synthesis, XRD characterization, Computational Studi ...

Azodye–rhodamine hybrid colorimetric fluorescent probe (L) has been designed and synthesized. The structure of L has been established based on single crystal XRD. It has been shown to act as selective turn-on fluorescence chemosensor for Pd2+ with more

Rapid and continuous magnetic separation in droplet microfluidic devices

We present a droplet microfluidic method to extract molecules of interest from a droplet in a rapid and continuous fashion. We accomplish this by first marginalizing functionalized super-paramagnetic beads within the droplet using a magnetic field, and then splitting the droplet into one dr ... more

SERS-based monitoring of the intracellular pH in endothelial cells: the influence of the extracellular environment and tumour necrosis factor-[small alpha]

The intracellular pH plays an important role in various cellular processes. In this work, we describe a method for monitoring of the intracellular pH in endothelial cells by using surface enhanced Raman spectroscopy (SERS) and 4-mercaptobenzoic acid (MBA) anchored to gold nanoparticles as p ... more

Evaluating the precision of Pb isotope measurement by mass spectrometry

Analytical precision for Pb isotope measurement by thermal and plasma source mass spectrometry has improved by an order of magnitude in the last 20 years. Much of this improvement relates to a shift away from the external method of correcting instrumental mass fractionation – where samples ... more

Marker-free automated histopathological annotation of lung tumour subtypes by FTIR-Imaging

By integration of FTIR imaging and a novel trained random forest classifier lung tumour classes and subtypes of adenocarcinoma are identified in fresh-frozen tissue slides automated and marker-free. The tissue slices are collected under standard operation procedures within our consortium an ... more

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Hole-transport materials with greatly-differing redox potentials give efficient TiO2–[CH3NH3][PbX3] perovskite solar cells

Two diacetylide-triphenylamine hole-transport materials (HTM) with varying redox potential have been applied in planar junction TiO2–[CH3NH3]PbI3−xClx solar cells leading to high power-conversion efficiencies up to 8.8%. More positive oxidation potential of the HTM gives higher VOC and lowe ... more

“AND” luminescent “reactive” molecular logic gates: a gateway to multi-analyte bioimaging and biosensing

This review outlines examples that illustrate a recent and highly innovative concept in the field of (bio)molecular sensing, namely the simultaneous multi-analyte detection using “reactive” luminescent probes that are able to produce an optical signal only in response to multiple (bio)chemi ... more

Supramolecular photochemistry: from molecular crystals to water-soluble capsules

Photochemical and photophysical behavior of molecules in supramolecular assemblies are different and more selective than in gas and isotropic solution phases. Knowledge of the inherent electronic and steric properties of the reactant is insufficient to predict the excited state behavior of ... more

Indium(III) chloride catalyzed highly diastereoselective domino synthesis of indenodithiepines and indenodithiocines

An atom-economical diastereoselective synthesis of indenodithiepines and indenodithiocines has been developed via a domino reaction of propargylic alcohols and dithioacetals in the presence of InCl3 as a catalyst. A range of functionalized dithiepines and dithiocines, fused to the indene ri ... more

Zn(1,3-DAP)[B4O7]: a rare chiral zeolitic framework constructed of four-connected [B4O9] clusters with a single-stranded helical channel

A zinc borate Zn(1,3-DAP)[B4O7] (1) was prepared. 1 was revealed to be a rare chiral zeolitic framework based on a [B4O9] cluster. The combination of a [B4O9] cluster and Zn(1,3-DAP)O3 chain produced a helical ribbon motif and gave rise to a single-stranded helical channel. more

All publications on chemistry

Inside the USCAP Journals

Inside the USCAP Journals Laboratory Investigation 94, 1310 (December 2014). doi:10.1038/labinvest.2014.137 more

Development of non-traumatic osteonecrosis of the femoral head requires toll-like receptor 7 and 9 stimulations and is boosted by repression on nuclear factor kappa B in rats

Development of non-traumatic osteonecrosis of the femoral head requires toll-like receptor 7 and 9 stimulations and is boosted by repression on nuclear factor kappa B in rats Laboratory Investigation advance online publication, November 10 2014. doi:10.1038/labinvest.2014.134 ... more

Inside the USCAP Journals

Inside the USCAP Journals Laboratory Investigation 94, 1186 (November 2014). doi:10.1038/labinvest.2014.127 more

Fibroblasts induce expression of FGF4 in ovarian cancer stem-like cells/cancer-initiating cells and upregulate their tumor initiation capacity

Fibroblasts induce expression of FGF4 in ovarian cancer stem-like cells/cancer-initiating cells and upregulate their tumor initiation capacity Laboratory Investigation advance online publication, October 20 2014. doi:10.1038/labinvest.2014.122 Authors: Kazuyo Yasuda, Toshihiko ... more

Immortalized multipotent pericytes derived from the vasa vasorum in the injured vasculature. A cellular tool for studies of vascular remodeling and regeneration

Immortalized multipotent pericytes derived from the vasa vasorum in the injured vasculature. A cellular tool for studies of vascular remodeling and regeneration Laboratory Investigation advance online publication, October 20 2014. doi:10.1038/labinvest.2014.121 Authors: Maki K ... more

All publications on lab technology

Synthesis of Nanocrystalline CeO2 with High Surface Area by the Taguchi Method and its Application in Methanation

Abstract Mesoporous nanocrystalline cerium(IV) oxide (CeO2) with high surface area was synthesized by precipitation using a cationic surfactant and employed as support for a nickel catalyst in CO methanation. The preparation factors of CeO2 were optimized by the Taguchi method to achieve ... more

Combustion and Agglomeration Characteristics of the Residue from Corn Stalk‐Based Cellulosic Ethanol

Abstract Lignocellulose is considered an efficient raw material to produce fuel ethanol. Clean utilization of the solid residue derived from lignocellulose‐based fuel ethanol is important for the biomass‐to‐ethanol production chain. Combustion characteristics of the residue originating f ... more

Back Pressure Regulation of Slurry‐Forming Reactions in Continuous Flow

Abstract The handling of solid components in flow chemical processes is still a significant challenge. Current devices for regulating back pressure in laboratory‐scale flow chemistry experiments are vulnerable to blockage by solid particulates. A simple device is presented herein for gen ... more

CO2 Capture Using Monoethanolamine in a Bubble‐Column Scrubber

Abstract A continuous bubble‐column scrubber, capturing CO2 gas by monoethanolamine (MEA) solution in a pH‐stat operation, is used to search for optimum process parameters by means of the Taguchi method. The process variables are the pH of the solution, gas flow rate, concentration of CO ... more

Modeling of diffusional limitations in styrene acrylonitrile random bulk copolymerization

Diffusional limitations (the gel, glass, and cage effects) are manifested in several bulk free radical homopolymerizations as well as in random copolymerizations. These are associated with decreases of several orders of magnitude of the rate constants of termination, propagation, and initia ... more

All publications on chemical engineering

Determination of phosphite in a full-scale municipal wastewater treatment plant

Phosphite (HPO32-, +3), a reduced P species in P biogeochemical cycle, was monitored in a full scale municipal wastewater treatment plant (WWTP) with the anaerobic/anoxic/aerobic-membrane bioreactor (A2/O-MBR) technology for treating mixed wastewater (56% industrial wastewater and 44% domes ... more

Behaviour and mobility of U and Ra in sediments near an abandoned uranium mine, Cornwall, UK

Sediment samples were collected from the vicinity of the abandoned South Terras uranium mine in south-west UK and analysed for uranium and 226Ra to explore their geochemical dispersion. The radioactivity concentrations in the sediment samples were measured using alpha spectrometry for urani ... more

Degradation of pharmaceuticals from Membrane Biological Reactor sludge with Trametes versicolor

Emerging contaminants are a wide group of chemical products that are found at low concentrations in the environment. These contaminants can be either natural – estrogens – or synthetics – like pesticides and pharmaceuticals –, which can get the environment through the water and sludge from ... more

The sludge loading rate regulates the growth and release of heterotrophic bacteria resistant to six types of antibiotics in wastewater activated sludge

Wastewater treatment plants are considered as hot reservoirs of antimicrobial resistance. However, the fates of antibiotic-resistant bacteria during biological treatment processes and relevant influencing factors have not been fully understood. This study evaluated the effects of the sludge ... more

Distinct photoproducts of hydroxylated polybromodiphenyl ethers from different photodegradation pathways: A case of 2'-HO-BDE-68

Hydroxylated polyhalodiphenyl ethers (HO-PXDEs) are emerging aquatic pollutants. Previous studies have shown that HO-PXDEs can photogenerate dioxins and phenolic compounds. However, it is unclear which photochemical pathways are responsible for the photoproducts. This study investigated the ... more

All publications on environmental technology
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