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Current Issue   Vol. 2   No. 2  2013
Subject: Electrical Engineering
Corresponding Author: Yimin Qiu (Wuhan University of Science and Technology, China)
Authers:    Page:1-8    Abstract   FullText
Abastract-- With the increasing of world-wide population and the development of society and computer technologies, more and more people have eye diseases. One of the eye diseases is visual impairment. Persons with visual impairment have many inconveniences in their daily life. Thus, how to help them to access information from their daily life becomes a research field. Many devices and technologies have been developed in the past to assist this type of persons’ daily activities such as reading and writing. In this paper, we provide a comprehensive survey of the recent development of low vision devices and technologies for visually impaired persons. We also discuss the limitations of these kinds of devices and technologies and possible future directions.
Subject: BioMedical Engineering
Corresponding Author: Bryant C. Hollins (Louisiana Tech University, USA)
Authors: Sawyer D. Stone, June Feng    Page:9-17    Abstract   FullText
Abstract-- Carbonylated proteins are a common marker of in vivo oxidative stress within an organism. We recently reported on capturing oxidized proteins on a PMMA microchannel utilizing oxalyldihydrazide as a novel crosslinker. This study reports on the optimization of the capture methodology. We chose four parameters for optimization. These parameters are interior post density, oxalyldihydrazide concentration, oxalyldihydrazide incubation time, and sample flow rate. Based upon these experimental conditions, we found significant effects on protein capture when oxalyldihydrazide concentration and sample flow rates were altered. .....
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