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PROSTATE CANCER CELL CAPTURE USING IMMOBILIZED INHIBITORS OF PROSTATE-SPECIFIC MEMBRANE ANTIGEN
Prostate cancer, especially its metastasis to the bone, is the leading cause of death for men in the US. The development of bone metastasis is a complex process that is potentially established by prostate circulating tumor ...
An Investigation of Porphyrin Aggregation Using Spectroscopic and Microscopic Methods
Aggregates of diacid tetrasulfonatophenylporphine (H2(H4TSPP)) exhibit light harvesting and electron transport capabilities and are therefore promising candidates as device components. Before these aggregates can be used ...
Fundamental Studies and Potential Applications of Cloud Point Extraction
FUNDAMENTAL STUDIES AND POTENTIAL APPLICATIONS OF CLOUD POINT EXTRACTIONAbstractby MELISSA ENSOR FREIDERICH, Ph.D.Washington State UniversityDECEMBER 2011Chair: Kenneth L. NashSeparation of the components of nuclear fuel ...
COORDINATION CHEMISTRY OF f-ELEMENTS IN THE TALSPEAK PROCESS
A key step in the advancement of the nuclear fuel cycle in the U.S. is transmutation of the long-lived activation product actinides (Am3+ and Cm3+). Transmutation is viable once the minor actinides Am3+ and Cm3+ have been ...
A single molecule approach for measuring the transport properties and energetics of Membrane proteins in Heterogenous Planar Bio-mimetic assemblies
The significance of transmembrane protein research is well documented. Numerous studies have clearly established the biological, biophysical and pharmaceutical importance that these membrane components serve. Communications ...