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  • The impact of using three-dimensional digital models of human embryos in the biomedical curriculum. [Journal Article]
    Ann Anat 2019; :151430Chekrouni N, Kleipool RP, de Bakker BS
  • CONCLUSIONS: The results indicate that the3D Atlas of Human Embryology facilitates students' learning experience as a resource to support embryology lectures. Students appreciated the use of the 3D atlas in practical classes and liked its interactive aspect. Interestingly, the students also appreciated the physical hand-painted embryological models that were used in addition to the digital 3D atlas during practical classes. The 3D Atlas of Human Embryology has proven to be a valuable resource in addition to the existing resources to teach the intricate developmental processes of human embryology, especially in a blended learning curriculum.
  • Interactive three-dimensional teaching models of the female and male pelvic floor. [Journal Article]
    Clin Anat 2019Wu Y, Hikspoors JP, … Lamers WH
  • Controversies regarding structure and function of the pelvic floor persist because of its poor accessibility and complex anatomical architecture. Most data are based on dissection. This "surgical" approach requires profound prior knowledge, because applying the scalpel precludes a "second look". The "sectional" approach does not entail these limitations, but requires segmentation of structures an…
  • Absolute quantification of RNA or DNA using acid hydrolysis and mass spectrometry. [Journal Article]
    Anal Chem 2019Lowenthal MS, Quittman E, Phinney KW
  • Accurate, traceable quantification of ribonucleotide or deoxyribonucleotide oligomers is achievable using acid hydrolysis and isotope dilution mass spectrometry (ID-MS). In this work, formic acid hydrolysis is demonstrated to generate stoichiometric release of nucleobases from intact oligonucleotides, which can be then measured by ID-MS, facilitating true and precise absolute quantification of RN…
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