Volume 6 Issue 1 - October 10, 2008
Articles Digest

Research Express@NCKU        Oct. 10~ Oct. 16, 2008

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Remodeling of carotid arteries is associated with increased expression of thrombomodulin in mouse transverse aortic constriction model
Yi-Heng Li

Arterial remodeling is an important adaptive response to the changes of blood flow and local shear stress. It is associated with atherosclerotic process. Previous study has demonstrated that expansive remodeling is a compensatory mechanism that maintains coronary arterial lumen size during atherosclerotic stenosis formation. ...

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Microfluidic Systems Integrated with Two-dimensional Surface Plasmon Resonance Phase Imaging Systems for Microarray Immunoassay
Gwo-Bin Lee

This study reports a microfluidic chip integrated with an arrayed immunoassay for surface plasmon resonance (SPR) phase imaging of specific bio-samples. ...

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Derailment of Engineering Managers during Managerial Transition
Quey-Jen Yeh

Engineers in certain organizations, in which technical upward movement is prematurely truncated and thus career success means a series of moves up the narrowing organization into management, ...

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Off-State Avalanche Breakdown Induced On-Resistance Degradation in Lateral DMOS Transistors
Jone F. Chen

Recently, lateral DMOS (LDMOS) transistors are widely used in medium-voltage smart-power applications because they are easily integrated into the mature standard CMOS process. ...

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Phosphorylation by c-Jun NH2-terminal Kinase 1 Regulates the Stability of Transcription Factor Sp1 during Mitosis
Jan-Jong Hung

Research data of the past few decades indicate that transcription factors play a critical role in many biological events by virtue of their regulation of gene expression. ...

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