Wisconsin Alumni Research Foundation

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Multidimensional Spectrometer

Over the last eight years, academic researchers have been developing a new set of spectroscopic techniques that are multidimensional versions of visible and infrared spectroscopies, such as two-dimens...
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Martin Zanni, Niels Damrauer | P07420US

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Inductive Detection for Mass Spectrometry

Mass spectrometry is a sensitive and selective analytical tool for detecting and characterizing almost any species capable of forming an ion in the gas phase. However, mass spectrometry is limited in ...
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Lloyd Smith, Michael Westphall | P01368US

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Polyelectrolyte Multilayer Films at Liquid-Liquid Interfaces

Polyelectrolyte multilayers (PEMs) are successive layers of alternating anionic and cationic polymeric coatings that can be modified to incorporate a variety of adducts. Excipients, including polyelec...
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Nicholas Abbott, Nathan Lockwood, Katie Cadwell, Frank Caruso, Elvira Tjipto | P05388US

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Piezoelectric Charged Droplet Source for Mass Spectrometry

Electrospray ionization (ESI) mass spectrometry holds significant potential for selectively, quickly and sensitively analyzing complex mixtures of large molecular weight biomolecules, such as oligonuc...
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Lloyd Smith, William Berggren, Michael Westphall, Mark Scalf | P01294US

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Device for Improved Cell Staining and Imaging

Preparing cover slips for optical cell imaging is labor intensive and current methods are limited to one treatment per slip. Imaging multiple cover slips is also cumbersome, due to the time needed to ...
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David Beebe | P06168US

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Droplet Ion Source for Mass Spectrometry

Electrospray ionization (ESI) mass spectrometry holds significant potential for selectively, quickly and sensitively analyzing complex mixtures of large molecular weight biomolecules, such as oligonuc...
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Lloyd Smith, Michael Westphall, William Berggren | P01365US

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Liquid Crystalline Substrates for Culturing Cells

Cells in culture are typically observed visually and subjectively by microscopy or the naked eye. Such cells are generally grown in solution or on solid supports. In the case of human embryonic stem (...
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Nicholas Abbott, Juan DePablo, Sean Palecek, Nathan Lockwood, Jeffrey Mohr, Christopher Murphy, Elise Huang | P05432US

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Bioagent Detection Device

Because potential biological attacks against civilian populations have become an important issue for homeland security, practical and efficient biosensors are needed. However, no currently available b...
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Hongrui Jiang, David Beebe | P04357US

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