Human Anatomy, Physiology, and Medicine. Anything human!
Not me. Great post, though. I'm still wondering if i should like...loose this hamster I found with 2 black sores on each side. And little black specs around those sores or whatever they are. Put him in a bucket after a bath but now I'm afraid to even clean his cage without a gas mask!
Ew, gross. Yep it did.
Last year, I was putzin around on the internet, back when I thought I was the only looney in the world with this/anyways...felt something moving on my face. Grabbed the clear tape and this is what is was. Problem was...there was nothing that i could see, on the tape.
I shot a video of this because if you see that long sucker thing that is coming out, well, it latched onto the top of the other one's head (looked like). My hands were shaking pretty good but what I recorded was making me!! You could see red (had to be blood) going through that sucker thing and filling into it's belly.
Anybody see anything like this before??
Thanks. I knew I saw something way back when. He is in the garage. He seems a little sick...then again, I used dog/cat flea tick and lice shampoo on him Let him soak, too. Vet, I might just do.
man o man Skky .........its great that your ogano metal synthesis has out noised the crusaders or it may have been nonlocally derailed ....anyway what a volley!
uk guy maf mrcpvls deena msc london barz this may bee worth a bookmark... http://www.theochem.kth.se/research/NLO ... onics.html
what the hell actually is[/size=18] ultrasonic spray[/size] pyrolysis...
is this what happens when the preacher begins ?..... . ..
"Engineering Novel Protein Functions Using in vitro Coevolution
This technology is a new process for engineering proteins with novel functions for biomedical and biotechnological applications. By mimicking the..." ... . . d e v i l ?
Actuators used in this technology require nothing more than the chemicals surrounding them to monitor the chemistry, mimicking chemical balances as they are maintained in the human body. This new method is ideal for biological and medical applications requiring organic materials, no electronics or batteries, bioresponsiveness, and a single, uniform platform for processing. Potential applications include detection of biological and chemical agents, disease, and contaminants, and in vitro diagnostics and therapy devices. Other promising applications exist in the area of microelectromechanical systems (MEMS). Patent Information
Patent Number Country
6,488,872 United States
....and these geometric anthropomorphic shapes are arrays of dots.... . .
...dots are hardware.....
This hardware consists of introducing liquid prepolymer into a plastic or glass cartridge, exposing the prepolymer to ultraviolet light through a mask to encourage photopolymerization and define channel geometry, removing the unpolymerized prepolymer, and rinsing the resulting microchannel.
Engineered Pattern Release of Polydimethylsiloxane (PDMS) through Induced Surface Adhesion
This technology is a new non-photolithographic method for preparing polymer resists that can be used in microfabrication as polymer resist molding.
..resist mold because i t i s M O L D...........
# Genetic research and manipulations, including:
* DNA sequencing
* Generating random gene mutations [gene knockouts]
* Introducing a new gene
* Identifying essential genes within an organism
# Medical diagnostics
# Gene therapy
Patent Number Country
6,368,830B1 United States
...AND...OH the RAM...
..the m e d i u m .... cd , tape, floppy, ect...........
Transposons are DNA elements carrying genes for transposition and other genetic functions. They have proven to be valuable tools for genetic manipulations, such as the integration of nucleic acids in germ cells in the production of transgenic animals, genetic transformation, and insertional mutagenesis in somatic cells and viral vectors for use as therapeutics.
The Himar1 transposon (part of the mariner family of transposons) functions in any organism, making it a general-purpose transposon system that will eliminate the need for researchers to isolate endogenous transposases from their experimental organism. This transposon system is active in a wide variety of bacteria, archaea, and eukaryotes when expressed appropriately.
These hyperactive mutants of Himar1 transposases increase the efficiency of transposon introduction into the genome in both in vivo and in vitro applications. They have a broad scope of uses in all forms of genetic manipulation: adding genes, sequencing, making knockout genes to probe sequence-function relationships, gene modification, etc.
General Applications and Advantages
These hyperactive Himar1 transposase mutants can be used with a variety of transposons and species. They have been purified and are active in vitro. Therefore, useful in vitro mutagenesis procedures (and other applications using in vitro transposition) also are available. Himar1 mutations enhance efficiency of transposition in three general applications:
* In vitro transposition: This method is used to create random insertions into purified DNA can introduce "islands" of known sequence into unknown DNA. This process creates a known sequence region to which primers can anneal. It provides a location from which sequencing can begin to move into unknown regions. It also can create in vitro gene knockouts and can be used to knock out a gene in vivo by homologous recombination.
* In vivo transposition: This method creates mutants in living organisms. It is essentially the in vivo equivalent of the in vitro transposition method described above. Transposition is carried out under controlled conditions within the organism to mobilize the transposon into random locations in the genome.
* Transgenic: Simple transgenic methods that seek to introduce exogenous DNA into the germline of a target organism also benefit from the increased efficiency. Two plasmids are injected into preblastoderm embryos in the area of the presumptive germline. One plasmid carries the transposon construct, and the other is a transposase gene that lacks the DNA sequences for mobility. Transposase produced by transcription/translation off of the transposase gene construct can mobilize and integrate the transposon into the chromosome. This technique can be used in cell culture for eukaryotic and prokaryotic cells.
..... brain drive.......
"labeled and allowed to bind to target protein. At this point, the fluorescent label is “quenched” as it is brought into proximity of the silicon substrate. The technology works best for detecting disassociation or unbinding, such as screening for drugs that interfere with protein-protein binding.
Finally, the technology is fluorescence-based so it is highly sensitive and safe without the need for radioactivity.
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http://www.otm.uiuc.edu/attachments/US0 ... T98057.pdf
US Patent 6,667,179 US patent document
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....epithelial cells can be confined to cytophilic islands defined on lens capsule by the inhibitory polymer poly(vinyl alcohol). In addition, as the size of the cytophilic islands grows, both the fraction of islands with cells attached and the number of cells adhered to each island increase. High densities of cell adhesion and single cell attachment per island were achieved with a 25 microm pattern size. Over time, the cells spread over the 5 microm wide barriers to form a confluent monolayer that may eventually serve as a functional retinal implant. With the ability to apply soft lithography to tissue samples, human tissue may become a universal membrane substrate for other ocular diseases or in tissue engineering applications elsewhere in the body.
Biodegradable Implants and Matrices for Tissue/Bone Repair
These technologies provide biodegradable bone implants and artificial bone matrices for bony tissue repair. They encompass: (1) a method for creating
and of course ....
.... the drivers and sofware.....
Biosynthesis of Lantibiotics: In vitro semi-synthetic production methods for generation of industrial antibiotic, Lacticin 481
This invention allows the engineering of semi-synthetic lantibiotics to a much larger extent than using typically practiced in vivo methods. The...
Buried Tunnel Contact Junction For Better Performance With Less Power
In many semiconductor light emitting devices, minimizing the volume of the p-type material is desirable. This technology involves burying a tunnel...
Chemical Dyes as Contrast Agents for Optical Coherence Tomography
This invention utilizes chemical dye in optical coherence tomography (OCT) by altering the optical spectrum of incidence radiation. The modification ...
CMOS compatible processes for Epitaxial CoSi2 formation in shallow junction semiconductor devices
As semiconductor device scaling extends into the deep sub-micron regime, the criteria for a salicide process become more stringent. Of particular...
Cobalt Precursors for Formation of Cobalt or Cobalt-Containing Material
Chemical vapor deposition (CVD) of cobalt requires a cobalt precursor that can be easily vaporized, leaving high-purity cobalt on a surface while...
Coil Inductor Assembly Method
This technology—plastic deformation magnetic assembly (PDMA)—is an innovative, proven, patent-pending method for vertically assembling inexpensive,...
Colloidal Polymer Adsorbent for Removing Natural Organic Matter from Drinking Water Supplies
This patent-pending purification technology offers a more environmentally friendly and economically competitive method for purifying drinking water...
Commutation technique for an ac-to-ac converter based on state machine control
This invention is a technique that resolves current commutation challenges in various types of ac-ac switching power converters. It also applies to...
Continuous flow Nanoparticle Production through ultrasonic spray pyrolysis
This invention is a method for the continuous production of semiconductor nanoparticles (i.e. quantum dots), nanostrucutured catalysts,... * Coherent fiber-lasers eliminate the need for cooling and increase beam stability, wavelength stability, intensity, efficiency and brightness, resulting in lower cost and greater performance compared to conventional lasers.
United States Patent Application filed.Technology Detail
Stimulated Brillouin Scattering (SBS) is an acoustic-optic interaction that limits the amount of power per unit bandwidth that can be transmitted or produced in a given length of fiber. [/size=18]Random acoustic waves are present in all fibers. Light scattering from these acoustic "phonons" introduces an interference pattern that feeds a coherent traveling acoustic wave. [/size]This wave eventually becomes highly reflective and substantially degrades system or laser performance. SBS limits the coherent output power of a typical fiber laser to at least 10 times less than can be achieved without SBS. As a result, coherent fiber lasers lack enough power to become widely marketable. It is also responsible for a very low power per unit bandwidth threshold in very long fiber-optic communication systems, such as in long haul systems.
This new fiber optic technology effectively eliminates SBS at much higher powers, embodied by a patent-pending fiber structure that does not affect the optical signal. Single, high power lasers employing this technology have a series of advantages over current lasers such as a smaller size (<10 cubic inches), portability (<100 grams), and economic (scalability to $10 per Watt).
"manufacturers in their research into prototyping new architectural designs and generating code for those designs. They used IMPACT for both microprocessor design and architectural evaluation. By using the IMPACT compiler during the design phase, they were able to determine how users' software that is based on commercial compilers would perform on their platform as well as how a powerful compiler made use of the chip's new features."
"Existing compilers, such as the Gnu C Compiler (GCC), run with half the efficiency of the IMPACT compiler in highly parallel applications. While GCC is the most commonly used compiler on the market, it currently is not capable of keeping up with the newer platforms as IMPACT is. For example, one of the newest processors on the market has a clock speed of 6 instructions executed every clock cycle with a clock frequency of 300 MHz. (That is 1.25 ns for every six instructions.) GCC's clock speed is 0.8, while IMPACT's is 1.6. Because of this, GCC cannot run instructions in parallel nearly as efficiently as IMPACT can."
There are two types of optical fibers that can be derived from this technology:
* Laser active fibers
* Data transmission fibers
heres the UC davy list... .. http://www.otm.uiuc.edu/techs/listingse ... atn=search
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