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In-situ, self-adjusting stability control of methane-producing anaerobic biological reactors through novel use of ion exchange fibers
TechnologyIn-Situ, Self-Adjusting Stability Control of Methane -ProducingAnaerobic Biological Reactors Through Novel Use ofIon Exchange Fibers - An application of ion exchange fibers that enables long term, stable MPABR use with minimal intervention and supervision.The invention is a novel process that stabilizes pH Methane-ProducingAnaerobic Biolo...
Published: 2/21/2017   |   Inventor(s): Arup Sengupta, Derick Brown, Yu Tian
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Category(s): Chemical, Biomaterials, Chemistry
Taming Antibiotics
TechnologyAmphotericin B (AmpB) is a potent antifungal drug but is also highly toxic tomammals. The specificity of its cell killing depends, significantly, on its monomervs. the aggregate state. Specifically, AmpB aggregates tend to rupture membranesindiscriminately, like detergents, while the corresponding monomers sequesterergosterol (a sterol fo...
Published: 12/23/2015   |   Inventor(s): Steven Regen
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Category(s): Chemistry, Biomaterials
Microfluidic Concentrator for Label-Free, Continuous Nanoparticle Processing
SUMMARY Microfluidic sample concentration devices enable a departure from expensive centrifugation devices and immobile processes that are used presently to concentrate and capture targeted nanoparticles. Because of their ability to significantly reduce sample size and enable sensitive and rapid detection systems, microfluidic sample concentration ...
Published: 12/3/2015   |   Inventor(s): Xuanhong Cheng, Chao Zhou, Alparslan Oztekin
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Category(s): Biomaterials, Materials and Nanotechnology, Software and Computer
Proposal for a THz Spectroscopic Sensor Based on Semiconductor Quantum Cascade Lasers
SUMMARY There are a number of different types of laser based chemical sensors that can sense the absorption or refractive index of an analyte at a single or range of frequencies. Absorption spectroscopy is most common for gas sensing. Chemicals in condensed and liquid phases are sensed using evanescent-wave techniques that provide sensitive detecti...
Published: 8/4/2015   |   Inventor(s): Sushil Kumar, Sudeep Khanal, Le Zhao
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Category(s): Biomaterials, Chemical & Electronics, Optics
BIOMEDICALLY SUPERIOR BIOACTIVE GLASSES WITH ENGINEERED NANOSTRUCTURE
SUMMARY This invention describes an engineered nanostructure and method for bioactive glasses used for bone scaffolds and other biomedical applications. The inventors have developed and patented a melt-quench-heat-etch (MQHE) method that is closely related to standard glass production technology. More recently, the inventors have discovered that i...
Published: 8/4/2015   |   Inventor(s): Himanshu Jain, Hassan Moawad
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Category(s): Biomaterials, Materials and Nanotechnology
Acid-resistant, Thermally Stable Polysaccharide Lyase
SUMMARY A major concern in food production is to avoid contamination with pathogenic bacteria, which can occur at almost any stage of food processing. Common pathogenic bacteria of concern include Campylobacter species, Listeria monocytogenes, Salmonella enteritidis, Escherichia coli, and Vibrio parahaemolyticus. Various strategies have been explor...
Published: 8/3/2015   |   Inventor(s): Bryan Berger
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Category(s): Biomaterials, Biology
Preparation Method of Nano/Macroporous Bone Tissue Scaffolds for Regenerative Medicine
SUMMARY In the field of tissue engineering, one of the most important primary goals is the development of scaffold structure that would help repair damaged or diseased tissue to its original state. Material selection is an essential parameter for the bioscaffold. Additionally, the geometrical architecture of the bioscaffold is very important. Bioac...
Published: 2/23/2009   |   Inventor(s): Himanshu Jain, Ana Marques, Rui Almeida
Keywords(s): Biomedical Applications, Bone Regeneration, Medical Treatment, Nano/Macroporosity, Nanotechnology, Regenerative Medicine, Scaffold
Category(s): Life Sciences, Biomaterials