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401. Survey of Patient Mobility and Lift Technologies: Toward Advancements and Standards
Series: NIST Interagency/Internal Report (NISTIR)
Report Number: 7384
Topic: Bioscience & Health
Published: 12/6/2006
Authors: Roger V Bostelman, James S. Albus
Abstract: This survey provides a review of example off-the-shelf lift and wheelchair products on the market today. Also, it provides a review of example research in these areas including advancements in intelligent wheelchair designs and capabilities. We hav ...

402. Symposium on Metrology and Standards for Cell Signaling: Impact on Tissue Engineering, National Institute for Standards and Technology, October 14-15, 2003
Topic: Bioscience & Health
Published: 7/1/2005
Authors: Anne L Plant, E. Horowitz
Abstract: The Symposium on Metrology and Standards for Cell Signaling: Impact on Tissue Engineering, was held at the National Institute for Standards and Technology (NIST) on October 14-15, 2003. The purpose of the symposium, which was co-sponsored by NIST and ...

403. Synchrotron White-Beam X-Ray Topography of Ribonuclease S Crystals
Topic: Bioscience & Health
Published: 4/1/2002
Authors: W M Vetter, David Travis Gallagher, M Dudley
Abstract: With careful experimental design indexed synchrotron white-beam X-ray topographs of ribonuclease S crystals at ambient temperature could be recorded with a definition and contrast comparable to that of monochromatic beam topographs of other proteins ...

404. Synthetic spike-in standards for RNA-seq experiments
Topic: Bioscience & Health
Published: 9/1/2011
Authors: Marc L Salit, Lichun Jiang, Felix Schlesinger,, Brian Oliver, Carrie Davis, Yu Zhang, Renhua Li, Thomas R Gingeras
Abstract: High-throughput sequencing of cDNA (RNA-seq) is a widely deployed transcriptome profiling and annotation technique, but questions about the performance of different protocols and platforms remain. We used a newly developed pool of 96 synthetic RNAs w ...

405. Synthetic spike-in standards improve run-specific systematic error analysis for DNA and RNA sequencing
Topic: Bioscience & Health
Published: 7/31/2012
Authors: Justin M Zook, Daniel Victor Samarov, Jennifer H McDaniel, Shurjo Sen, Marc L Salit
Abstract: While the importance of random sequencing errors decreases at higher DNA or RNA sequencing depths, systematic sequencing errors (SSEs) dominate at high sequencing depths and can be difficult to distinguish from biological variants. These SSEs can ...

406. T7-Based Linear Amplification of Low Concentration mRNA Samples using Beads and Microfluidics for Global Gene Expression Measurements
Topic: Bioscience & Health
Published: 4/7/2009
Authors: Jason G Kralj, Audrey Player, Hope Sedrick, Matthew S Munson, David Petersen, Samuel P Forry, Paul Meltzer, Ernest Kawasaki, Laurie E Locascio
Abstract: We show single-cell level linear amplification of gene expression libraries immobilized on a microfluidic packed bed. This is a critical step in the Eberwine process, which is used to amplify messenger RNA (mRNA) for gene expression profiling. Microa ...

407. TLR stimulation initiates a CD39-based autoregulatory mechanism that limits macrophage inflammatory responses
Topic: Bioscience & Health
Published: 9/12/2013
Authors: John P Marino, Katharine Therese Briggs, Heather Cohen, Katya Ravid, Simon C. Robson, David M. Mosser
Abstract: Sepsis is a highly fatal disease caused by an initial hyperinflammatory response followed by a state of profound immunosuppression. Although it is well appreciated that the initial production of proinflammatory cytokines by macrophages accompanies th ...

408. Take Two: Gearing Up for the Next Vitamin D Commutability Study
Topic: Bioscience & Health
Published: 2/1/2015
Authors: Johanna Camara, Andrew N Hoofnagle, Graham D. Carter, Christopher T. Sempos

409. Tandem Isotachophoresis-Zone Electrophoresis via Base-Mediated Destacking for Increased Detection Sensitivity in Microfluidic Systems
Topic: Bioscience & Health
Published: 5/21/2003
Authors: Wyatt N Vreeland, S J Williams, A E Barron, A P Sassi

410. Tandem Mass Spectral Libraries of Peptides in Digests of Individual Proteins: Human Serum Albumin
Topic: Bioscience & Health
Published: 6/2/2014
Authors: Qian Dong, Xinjian Yan, Lisa Ervin Kilpatrick, Yuxue Liang, Yuri Alexander Mirokhin, Jeri S Roth, Stephen E Stein
Abstract: This work presents a method for creating a mass spectral library containing tandem spectra identifiable peptide ions in the tryptic digestion of a single protein. Human serum albumin (HSA) was selected for this purpose owing to its ubiquity and h ...

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