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  • Movement during focused ultrasound therapy caused by an unstable magnetic resonance table: case report. [Journal Article]
    J Neurosurg. 2020 Jul 03 [Online ahead of print]Yamamoto K, Ito H, … Taira T
  • Transcranial MR-guided focused ultrasound (MRgFUS) therapy is a less invasive form of stereotactic treatment for tremors and other movement disorders. Its stereotactic accuracy is ensured by stability of the stereotactic frame and MR table. The authors report a case wherein the patient's movement was detected, and the MR images were repeated to continue the treatment.A 72-year-old man with essent…
  • Experimental Assessment of Time-Limited Operation and Rectification of a Bridge Crane. [Journal Article]
    Materials (Basel). 2020 Jun 14; 13(12)Frankovský P, Delyová I, … Neumann V
  • This paper describes a problem related to a casting bridge crane with a combined load of 200/50/12.5 t and a span of 18.6 m, working in a heavy metallurgical operation. Due to the specific stress of the structure after its long-term operation, longitudinal fillet welds between the upper flange and the web of the main box beam on the rail side of the 200 t trolley were irreparably damaged. As a re…
  • New recommendations for self-locking barriers to reduce skin injuries in dairy cows. [Journal Article]
    Animal. 2020 Mar 30 [Online ahead of print]Lardy R, de Boyer des Roches A, … Veissier I
  • The design of self-locking barriers can affect cows' skin injuries and impair welfare. This study aimed to propose and refine recommendations, expressed relatively to the cows' dimensions, for self-locking barrier design to reduce risks for skin injuries on the neck/shoulder/back and on carpus of dairy cows. We recorded individual body dimensions and the dimensions of self-locking barriers (e.g. …
  • Dynamic Responses of a Metro Train-Bridge System under Train-Braking: Field Measurements and Data Analysis. [Journal Article]
    Sensors (Basel). 2020 Jan 29; 20(3)He X, Yu K, … Zhu X
  • This paper focuses on the dynamic responses of a metro train-bridge system under train-braking. Experiments were performed on the elevated Metro Line 21 of Guangzhou (China). A continuous, three-span, rigid-frame bridge (42 m + 65 m + 42 m) and a standard B-type metro train were selected. The acceleration signals were measured at the center-points of the main span and one side-span, and the accel…
  • Use of a radiofrequency guidewire to simplify workflow for left atrium access: a case series. [Journal Article]
    J Interv Card Electrophysiol. 2019 Dec 24 [Online ahead of print]Jauvert G, Grimard C, … Lazarus A
  • CONCLUSIONS: TSP was performed safely and successfully for various left heart procedures with a RF guidewire that served as an RF transseptal device and a stiff guidewire. This allowed for a more efficient and potentially safer technique without the need for re-wiring or an over the wire sheath exchange. This provides substantial savings in both time and materials.
  • High-risk infrastructure projects pose imminent threats to forests in Indonesian Borneo. [Journal Article]
    Sci Rep. 2019 01 15; 9(1):140.Alamgir M, Campbell MJ, … Laurance WF
  • Indonesian Borneo (Kalimantan) sustains ~37 million hectares of native tropical forest. Numerous large-scale infrastructure projects aimed at promoting land-development activities are planned or ongoing in the region. However, little is known of the potential impacts of this new infrastructure on Bornean forests or biodiversity. We found that planned and ongoing road and rail-line developments wi…
  • The laterality of the gallop gait in Thoroughbred racehorses. [Journal Article]
    PLoS One. 2018; 13(6):e0198545.Cully P, Nielsen B, … McGreevy P
  • Laterality can be observed as side biases in locomotory behaviour which, in the horse, manifest inter alia as forelimb preferences, most notably in the gallop. The current study investigated possible leading-leg preferences at the population and individual level in Thoroughbred racehorses (n = 2095) making halt-to-gallop transitions. Videos of flat races in the UK (n = 350) were studied to record…
  • Bubble propagation on a rail: a concept for sorting bubbles by size. [Journal Article]
    Soft Matter. 2017 Nov 29; 13(46):8684-8697.Franco-Gómez A, Thompson AB, … Juel A
  • We demonstrate experimentally that the introduction of a rail, a small height constriction, within the cross-section of a rectangular channel could be used as a robust passive sorting device in two-phase fluid flows. Single air bubbles carried within silicone oil are generally transported on one side of the rail. However, for flow rates marginally larger than a critical value, a narrow band of bu…
  • Intrinsic Dynamics of the Binding Rail and Its Allosteric Effect in the Class I Histone Deacetylases. [Journal Article]
    J Chem Inf Model. 2017 09 25; 57(9):2309-2320.Zhou J, Huang Y, … Wu R
  • The development of novel isoform/class-selective inhibitors is still of great biological and medical significance to conquer the continuously reported side effects for the histone deacetylase (HDAC) drugs. The first potent HDAC allosteric inhibitor was discovered last year, and this allosteric inhibitor design is thought to be a promising strategy to overcome the current challenges in HDAC inhibi…
  • Numerical analysis of the slipstream development around a high-speed train in a double-track tunnel. [Journal Article]
    PLoS One. 2017; 12(3):e0175044.Fu M, Li P, Liang XF
  • Analysis of the slipstream development around the high-speed trains in tunnels would provide references for assessing the transient gust loads on trackside workers and trackside furniture in tunnels. This paper focuses on the computational analysis of the slipstream caused by high-speed trains passing through double-track tunnels with a cross-sectional area of 100 m2. Three-dimensional unsteady c…
  • Transient variation of aerosol size distribution in an underground subway station. [Journal Article]
    Environ Monit Assess. 2016 Jun; 188(6):362.Kwon SB, Namgung HG, … Eom JK
  • As the number of people using rapid transit systems (subways) continues to rise in major cities worldwide, increasing attention has been given to the indoor air quality of underground stations. This study intended to observe the change of PM distribution by size in an underground station with PSDs installed located near the main road in downtown Seoul, as well as to examine causes for the changes…
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