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Microfluidic platforms for live-cell imaging and bio/pathomimetic tissue models
Background:Methodologies to image and quantify tissue models using high-content analysis (HCI) and functional analyses of 3D avatars are needed as such avatars better recapitulate the phenotype of pathobiological processes and better predict efficacy of, and resistance to, a wide variety of therapies. Furthermore, changes in morphometry, viability,...
Published: 4/6/2020   |   Inventor(s): Bonnie Sloane, Kamiar Moin, Kyungmin Ji, Kingsley Osuala, Yong Xu, Hongen Tu
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Category(s): Specialty compounds, Research tools, Oncology, Microfluidics, Life Science, Instrumentation, Imaging, Diseases, Devices, Cell lines
A method to identify patients at risk for subsequent stillbirth in the third trimester
A Method to Identify and Treat Patients at Risk for Stillbirth in the 3rd TrimesterWSU Tech#: 12-1113Technology Summary: This invention is a method of identifying patients at risk for subsequent stillbirth (only due to placental related disorder) in the third trimester using a maternal blood sample. A blood sample would be obtained at the beginning...
Published: 5/19/2017   |   Inventor(s): Tinnakorn Chaiworapongsa, Roberto Romero, Sonia Hassan
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Category(s): Medical, Diagnostic, Prenatal, Small molecule, Specialty compounds, Therapeutics, Life Science
Next Generation MRI Contrast Imaging Agent
WSU has developed a new class of contrast agents that are effective at ultra-high field strengths (>3 tesla) in magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) where current clinical agents severely decline in effectiveness. Our new agents are based on the metal Eu(II) which is novel compared to current agents that are based on Gd(III). The difference between the...
Published: 8/2/2012   |   Inventor(s): Matthew Allen, Nipuni Gamage, Yujiang Mei, Joel Garcia, Jeremiah Moore
Keywords(s): Compound, Diagnostic, Imaging, MRI, Positive Imaging Agent
Category(s): Imaging, Chemicals, Life Science, MRI, Physical Sciences, Specialty compounds
Effect of Natural and Synthetic Antioxidants on the Oxidative Stability of Biodiesel
Researchers at WSU’s National Biofuels Energy Laboratory have identified antioxidant additives for biodiesel fuel made from a variety of feedstock that provide advantages to current technologies. A significant problem associated with the commercial acceptance of biodiesel fuel is poor oxidative stability. The presence of high levels of unsaturated fatty...
Published: 5/7/2010   |   Inventor(s): Ka Yuen Simon Ng, Steven Salley, Haiying Tang
Keywords(s): Biodiesel
Category(s): Renewable Fuels, Physical Sciences, Energy & Environment, Chemicals, Specialty compounds