Volume 13 Issue 9 - May 7, 2010 PDF
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Research Express@NCKU May 7 ~ May 13, 2010

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Combination of the Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) and field verification tests of Green Building Materials
Chi-ming Lai

In recent years, Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) has been recognized as an important technology affecting the development of industries around the world useful in a number of fields.  In construction engineering aspects, RFID benefits the construction industry by improving construction efficiency and control.  Building materials come in various types and very large quantities, …

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Bifunctional Gd2O3/C Nanoshells for MR Imaging and NIR-Therapeutic Applications
Chen-Sheng Yeh

Nanosize materials have practical applications in early detection and destruction of cancer cells, which would be useful for local therapeutic treatments of tumor sites without affecting neighboring healthy tissues, and for in vivo detection of therapeutic efficiency. Multifunctional nanomaterials incorporated therapeutics, molecular targeting, and diagnostic imaging capabilities have been …

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ZnSe nanowire photodetector prepared on oxidized silicon substrate by molecular-beam epitaxy
Shoou-Jinn Chang

ZnSe-based II-VI wide direct bandgap materials have received increased attention in recent years owing to their promising optoelectronic applications. For example, it has been shown that ZnSe can be used as the material of light emitters. ZnSe-based light emitting diodes (LEDs) emitting in the blue, green, orange spectra regions have all been reported [1-3]. ZnSe-based white light LEDs have also …

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RNA-binding Protein HuR Interacts with Thrombomodulin 5 Untranslated Region and Represses Internal Ribosome Entry Site–mediated Translation under IL-1 beta Treatment
Joseph T. Tseng

There is ample evidence that inflammation and coagulation are intricately related processes, whereby inflammation not only leads to activation of coagulation, but coagulation also markedly affects inflammation activity (1). Inflammation-induced coagulation contributes to vascular thrombotic disease and is also the major consequence in the pathogenesis of microvascular failure and …

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