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Biodegradation of carbon tetrachloride in simulated groundwater flow channels

08-Jul-2013 | S. Santharam, L.C. Davis, L.E. Erickson, Environmental Progress, 2013

Remediation feasibility studies were conducted in simulated groundwater flow channels for carbon tetrachloride (CT). CT was introduced at a concentration of about 2 mg/L (∼13 μmoles/L) in three channels, two of them with alfalfa plants and the other with grass. Since no degradation products were ...


Molecules, Vol. 18, Pages 7930-7956: Microfluidics: A Groundbreaking Technology for PET Tracer Production?

05-Jul-2013 | Rensch, Christian ; Jackson, Alexander ; Lindner, Simon ; Salvamoser, Ruben ; Samper, Victor ; Riese, Stefan ; Barte ..., Molecules, 2013

Application of microfluidics to Positron Emission Tomography (PET) tracer synthesis has attracted increasing interest within the last decade. The technical advantages of microfluidics, in particular the high surface to volume ratio and resulting fast thermal heating and cooling rates of reagents ...


Realization of a Titanium Spinal Implant with a Gradient in Porosity by 2‐Component‐Metal Injection Moulding

11-Jun-2013 | Ana Paula Cysne Barbosa, Martin Bram, Detlev Stöver, Hans Peter Buchkremer, Advanced Engineering Materials, 2013

Abstract 2‐Component‐Metal Injection Moulding (2‐C‐MIM) is a technique derived from plastics industry which has been adapted to metal powders. In the present work, the production of titanium implants with a gradient in porosity was demonstrated by using this technology, starting from titanium ...


Dependence of hydropower energy generation on forests in the Amazon Basin at local and regional scales [Sustainability Science]

04-Jun-2013 | Claudia M. Stickler; Michael T. Coe; Marcos H. Costa; Daniel C. Nepstad; David G. McGrath; Livia C. P. Dias; Hermann ..., Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences current issue, 2013

Tropical rainforest regions have large hydropower generation potential that figures prominently in many nations’ energy growth strategies. Feasibility studies of hydropower plants typically ignore the effect of future deforestation or assume that deforestation will have a positive effect on river ...


Proteomic analysis of human Epithelial Lining Fluid by microfluidics‐based nanoLC‐MS/MS: a feasibility study

28-May-2013 | Lorenza Franciosi, Natalia Govorukhina, Fabrizia Fusetti, Bert Poolman, Monique E. Lodewijk, Wim Timens, Dirkje Post ..., ELECTROPHORESIS, 2013

Microfluidics‐based nanoLC‐MS/MS (chipLC‐MS/MS) was used to identify and quantify proteins in Epithelial Lining Fluid (ELF), collected during bronchoscopy from the main bronchi of COPD patients and healthy controls using microprobes. ELF is a biofluid that is well suited to study ...


Potential of Treatment-Specific Protein Biomarker Profiles for Detection of Hormone Abuse in Cattle

02-May-2013 | Susann Katrina Julie Ludwig; Nathalie Gabriëlle Esther Smits; Francesca Tiziana Cannizzo; Michel Wilhelmus Franciscu ..., Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry, 2013

Targeted protein biomarker profiling is suggested as a fast screening approach for detection of illegal hormone treatment in meat production. The advantage of using biomarkers is that they mark the biological response and, thus, are responsive to a panel of substances with similar effects. In a ...


A novel magnet focusing plate for matrix‐assisted laser desorption/ionization analysis of magnetic bead‐bound analytes

11-Apr-2013 | David Gode, Dietrich A. Volmer, Rapid Communications in Mass Spectrometry, 2013

RATIONALE Magnetic beads are often used for serum profiling of peptide and protein biomarkers. In these assays, the bead‐bound analytes are eluted from the beads prior to mass spectrometric analysis. This study describes a novel matrix‐assisted laser desorption/ionization (MALDI) technique for ...


LC‐MS/MS identification of the one‐carbon cycle metabolites in human plasma

18-Feb-2013 | Lidia A. Gardner, Dominic M. Desiderio, Chassidy J. Groover, Anastasia Hartzes, Charles R. Yates, Audrey R. Zucker‐L ..., ELECTROPHORESIS, 2013

The one‐carbon cycle is composed of four major biologically important molecules: methionine (L‐Met), S‐Adenosylmethionine (SAM), S‐adenosylhomocysteine (SAH), and homocysteine (Hcy). In addition to these key metabolites, there are multiple enzymes, vitamins, and co‐factors that play essential ...


A feasibility study of dynamic stress analysis inside a running internal combustion engine using synchrotron X‐ray beams

08-Feb-2013 | Nikolaos Baimpas, Michael Drakopoulos, Thomas Connolley, Xu Song, Costas Pandazaras, Alexander M. Korsunsky, Journal of Synchrotron Radiation, 2013

The present investigation establishes the feasibility of using synchrotron‐generated X‐ray beams for time‐resolved in situ imaging and diffraction of the interior components of an internal combustion engine during its operation. The demonstration experiment was carried out on beamline I12 (JEEP) ...


Energies, Vol. 6, Pages 748-765: Economic Feasibility of V2G Frequency Regulation in Consideration of Battery Wear

06-Feb-2013 | Han, Sekyung ; Han, Soohee, Energies, 2013

An economic feasibility study of vehicle-to-grid (V2G) frequency regulation is performed in consideration of battery wear. Usually, a transaction for frequency regulation is made in terms of power capacity while the battery-wear proceeds in proportion to the absolute amount of energy transferred. ...


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