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  • High Resolution ADC for Ultrasound Color Doppler Imaging Based On MASH Sigma-Delta Modulator. [Journal Article]
    IEEE Trans Biomed Eng 2019Li D, Qian X, … Zhou Q
  • CONCLUSIONS: Simulated performance with blood flow evaluation datasets using 12-bit and 20-bit ADCs demonstrates that the proposed 20-bit ADC provides superior overall performance on image contrast and estimation accuracy of the blood speed.Owing to these advantages, the 20-bit ADC shows promise for future development of ultrasound imaging systems, especially for color Doppler imaging.
  • Sericin Inhibits Devitrification of Amorphous Drugs. [Journal Article]
    AAPS PharmSciTech 2019; 20(7):285Salunkhe N, Jadhav N, … Choudhari P
  • The purpose of the present investigation was to analyze devitrification of amorphous drugs such as lornoxicam, meloxicam, and felodipine in the presence of sericin. The binary solid dispersions comprising varying mass ratios of drug and sericin were subject to amorphization by spray drying, solvent evaporation, ball milling, and physical mixing. Further, obtained solid dispersions (SDs) were char…
  • Forecasting species range dynamics with process-explicit models: matching methods to applications. [Review]
    Ecol Lett 2019Briscoe NJ, Elith J, … Guillera-Arroita G
  • Knowing where species occur is fundamental to many ecological and environmental applications. Species distribution models (SDMs) are typically based on correlations between species occurrence data and environmental predictors, with ecological processes captured only implicitly. However, there is a growing interest in approaches that explicitly model processes such as physiology, dispersal, demogr…
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