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    • Abnormal myofiber morphology and limb dysfunction in claudication 

      Koutakis, Panagiotis; Myers, Sara A.; Cluff, Kim; Ha, Duy M.; Haynatzki, Gleb; McComb, Rodney D.; Uchida, Koji; Miserlis, Dimitrios; Papoutsi, Evlampia; Johanning, Jason M.; Casale, George P.; Pipinos, Iraklis I. (Elsevier B.V., 2015-06-01)
      Background: Peripheral artery disease (PAD), which affects an estimated 27 million people in Europe and North America, is caused by atherosclerotic plaques that limit blood flow to the legs. Chronic, repeatedischemiainthe ...
    • All-in-one, wireless, fully flexible sodium sensor system with integrated Au/CNT/Au nanocomposites 

      Lim, Hyo-ryoung; Lee, Yongkuk; Jones, Kathryn A.; Kwon, Young-tae; Kwon, Shinjae; Mahmood, Musa; Lee, Soon-min; Yeo, Woon-Hong (Elsevier, 2021-03-15)
      Advancements in functional nanomaterials and wearable electronics have demonstrated the use of solid-state ion-selective electrodes (SS-ISEs) for human health applications. Existing devices, however, still rely on separate ...
    • All-in-one, wireless, stretchable hybrid electronics for smart, connected, and ambulatory physiological monitoring 

      Kim, Yunsoung; Mahmood, Musa; Lee, Yongkuk; Kim, Nam-kyun; Kwon, Shinjae; Herbert, Robert; Kim, Donghyun; Cho, Hee-cheol; Yeo, Woon-Hong (John Wiley and Sons, 2019-07-24)
      Commercially available health monitors rely on rigid electronic housing coupled with aggressive adhesives and conductive gels, causing discomfort and inducing skin damage. Also, research-level skin-wearable devices, while ...
    • Ambient atmospheric stability of organic thin films on metal alloys 

      Mahapatro, Anil; Bhure, Rahul; Abdel-Fattah, Tarek M. (Electrochemical Society, 2012)
      Organic thin films on biometallic alloys could serve as a precursor layer for subsequent tailored modification. In this report we demonstrate the preliminary ambient atmospheric stability of phosphonic acid organic thins ...
    • Analysis of ischemic muscle in patients with peripheral artery disease using X-ray spectroscopy 

      Becker, Ryan A.; Cluff, Kim; Duraisamy, Nithyanandhi; Casale, George P.; Pipinos, Iraklis I. (Elsevier, 2017-12)
      Background: Peripheral artery disease (PAD) is a vascular disease caused by atherosclerosis, resulting in decreased blood flow to the lower extremities. The ankle-brachial index (ABI) is a standard PAD diagnostic test but ...
    • Bio-functional nano-coatings on metallic biomaterials 

      Mahapatro, Anil (Elsevier B.V., 2015-10-01)
      Metals and their alloys have been widely used in all aspects of science, engineering and medicine. Metals in biomedical devices are used due to their inertness and structural functions. They are generally preferred over ...
    • Biodegradable nanoparticles are excellent vehicle for site directed in-vivo delivery of drugs and vaccines 

      Mahapatro, Anil; Singh, Dinesh K. (BioMed Central, 2011-11)
      Biodegradable nanoparticles (NPs) are gaining increased attention for their ability to serve as a viable carrier for site specific delivery of vaccines, genes, drugs and other biomolecules in the body. They offer enhanced ...
    • Biomedical imaging application of open-circuit resonators 

      Sutton, Mark A.; Griffith, Jacob L.; Mohammed, Noor (Wichita State University, 2019-04-26)
      INTRODUCTION: While modern medical imaging technology like computed tomography (CT) and magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) can now reproduce the anatomy of the human body with astounding detail, there remains a need for new ...
    • Brain-computer interface to control a 6 DOF robotic arm 

      Don, Thisath Attampola Arachchige (Wichita State University, 2021-04-02)
      In this study, a brain-computer interface (BCI) system is developed to control a six degrees of freedom robot arm. Such interface systems have a potential application in space missions for astronauts to have supplemental ...
    • Cervical spine musculotendon lengths when reading a tablet in three seated positions 

      Gallagher, Kaitlin M.; Vasavada, Anita N.; Fischer, Leah; Douglas, Ethan C. (Human Kinetics, 2021-04-01)
      A popular posture for using wireless technology is reclined sitting, with the trunk rotated posteriorly to the hips. This position decreases the head’s gravitational moment; however, the head angle relative to the trunk ...
    • Chapter 11 -- Biodegradable carrier systems for drug and vaccine delivery 

      Mahapatro, Anil; Singh, Dinesh K. (River Publishers, 2015-04)
      Understanding the molecular mechanisms of cancer is the key for transforming cancer medicine. A substantial proportion of human genes show alternative splicing and mis-regulation of Pre-mRNA splicing is seen in several ...
    • Characterizing dynamical differences between TEM-1 and TEM-52 beta-lactamases 

      Avery, Christopher; Farmer, Jenny; Tsilimigras, Matthew C. B.; David, Charles; Livesay, Dennis R.; Jacobs, Donald J. (Cell Press, 2019-02-15)
      Beta-lactamase, produced in bacteria, defends against beta-lactam antibiotics such as penicillin and cephalosporins by hydrolyzing the beta-lactam ring. This is a primary cause of antibiotic resistance to beta-lactam ...
    • A comparison of classification techniques to predict brain-computer interfaces accuracy using classifier-based latency estimation 

      Mowla, Md Rakibul; Gonzalez Morales, Jesus D.; Rico Martinez, Jacob; Ulichnie, Daniel A.; Thompson, David E. (MDPI AG, 2020-10-14)
      P300-based Brain-Computer Interface (BCI) performance is vulnerable to latency jitter. To investigate the role of latency jitter on BCI system performance, we proposed the classifier-based latency estimation (CBLE) method. ...
    • Concurrent validity of heart rate measures using a wrist worn activity tracker during treadmill walking 

      Shargawi, Anas A.; Hafez, Khaled A. (Wichita State University, 2018-04-27)
      Introduction: Wearable technology devices are becoming increasingly popular. Many of these devices offer features allowing users to monitor health related biometric information. One biometric variable commonly measured is ...
    • Design and development of a smart wheelchair-mounted robotic exoskeleton for people with reduced upper limb movements 

      Schabron, Bridget (Wichita State University, 2019-04-26)
      INTRODUCTION: Cerebral Palsy, Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy, and stroke not only often impair lower extremities, leading to reliance on wheelchairs, but also upper extremity mobility for such patients, severely limiting their ...
    • Detection of dissolved CO2 gas using an open-circuit resonator 

      Villafana-Ibarra, Bernardo; Richardson, Luke (Wichita State University, 2021-04-02)
      Exposure to higher than normal levels of carbon dioxide (CO2) gas increases its concentration in the blood, which can impair cognitive function and cause adverse physical effects. This is especially a concern in aerospace ...
    • Determination of yolk contamination in liquid egg white using Raman spectroscopy 

      Cluff, Kim; Naganathan, Govindarajan Konda; Jonnalagada, D.; Mortensen, I.; Wehling, R.; Subbiah, J. (Oxford University Press, 2016-07)
      Purified egg white is an important ingredient in a number of baked and confectionary foods because of its foaming properties. However, yolk contamination in amounts as low as 0.01% can impede the foaming ability of egg ...
    • Development of flexible ion-selective electrodes for saliva sodium detection 

      Lim, Hyo-ryoung; Lee, Soon-min; Mahmood, Musa; Kwon, Shinjae; Kim, Yunsoung; Lee, Yongkuk; Yeo, Woon-Hong (MDPI, 2021-03)
      Saliva can be used for health monitoring with non-invasive wearable systems. Such devices, including electrochemical sensors, may provide a safe, fast, and cost-efficient way of detecting target ions. Although salivary ...
    • Editorial: Metallic biomaterials 

      Mahapatro, Anil (Taylor & Francis, 2018)
      Metals in biomedical devices are exploited due to their inertness and structural functions. Several opportunities exist for implantable metallic biomaterials to enhance the bio functionality of current metallic biomaterials ...
    • Effect of polymer coating characteristics on the biodegradation and biocompatibility behavior of magnesium alloy 

      Mahapatro, Anil; Jensen, Kayla; Yang, Shang-You (Taylor & Francis, 2019-07-03)
      The permanence of cardiovascular stents and orthopedic fixation devices often cause problems; thus, it would be advantageous to make them biodegradable to prevent or minimize the issues caused by their long-term use. ...