Volume 8 Issue 3 - April 3, 2009
Articles Digest

Research Express@NCKU Apr. 3 ~ Apr. 9, 2009

RSS

Isolation and Study of Antiplatelet Aggregatory Principles from the Leaves of Piper lolot
Tian-Shung Wu

The blood platelet in the blood normal function plays one of major factors. If the blood platelet function were exceptionally, the presence of a thrombus in an artery providing blood to the heart is the most common cause of acute coronarysyndromes such as myocardial infarction and angina. According to the studies, many medium from intercellular space, especially lipid metabolites like arachidonic ...

read more ...

Disaster Rescuing System of Local Government – The 921 Earthquake in Taiwan
Yung-nane Yang

There have been disasters, including hurricanes, earthquakes, tsunami, mudslide, landslide, heavy rains, fire, flood, heat wave, drought, volcano, tornado, infected diseases, and nuclear disasters appeared in the past all over the world. For example, the Wen-Chiun Earthquake, the Burma Hurricane, and the Katrina Hurricane were all disasters, which resulted in huge loss of lives and properties. ...

read more ...

Effect of hot-carrier-induced interface states distribution on linear drain current degradation in 0.35 um n-type lateral diffused metal-oxide-semiconductor transistors
Jone F. Chen

High-voltage lateral diffused MOS (LDMOS) transistors are widely used in smart power applications because they are easily to be integrated into standard CMOS process. Because of relatively high operational voltages, LDMOS transistors are prone to hot-carrier-induced degradation. The investigation of the mechanism of hot-carrier-induced linear drain current (Idlin) degradation (increase ...

read more ...

A symbol-based intelligent control system with self-exploration process
Liang-Hsuan Chen

The concept of human “intelligence” has been widely discussed in social science. Moreover, it has also been investigated in computer science, engineering, medicine, and management. In the fields of computer science and engineering, an intelligent system has the ability to sense the environment, to make decisions, and to generate actions. Thus, an intelligent control system (ICS) has three basic ...

read more ...

Repeated cocaine administration promotes long-term potentiation induction in rat medial prefrontal cortex
Kuei-Sen Hsu

Introduction
Neural circuits and their elements are not fixed and immutable but rather vary in response to their environment. Drug addiction is a remarkable example of this concept.  Recent evidence has shown that neurotransmitter receptors or receptor-mediated signaling, intrinsic neuronal excitability, neuronal morphology, synaptic strength, and ...


read more ...
Font Normal   Font Enlarge

Go to archive
Copyright National Cheng Kung University