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An Optical Method for the In-Vivo Characterization of the Biomechanical Response of the Right Ventricle
The intraoperative in-vivo mechanical function of the left ventricle has been studied thoroughly using echocardiography in the past. However, due to technical and anatomical issues, the ultrasound technology cannot easily ...
Real Time Tissue Identification from Diathermy Smoke by Differential Mobility Spectrometry
Current methods for intraoperative surgical margin assessment are inadequate in terms of diagnostic accuracy, ease-of-use, and speed of analysis. Molecular analysis of tissues could potentially overcome these issues. A ...
A tube-source X-ray microtomography approach for quantitative 3D microscopy of optically challenging cell-cultured samples
Development and study of cell-cultured constructs, such as tissue-engineering scaffolds or organ-on-a-chip platforms require a comprehensive, representative view on the cells inside the used materials. However, common ...
Functional organization of social perception networks in the human brain
Humans rapidly extract diverse and complex information from ongoing social interactions, but the perceptual and neural organization of the different aspects of social perception remains unresolved. We showed short movie ...